M570 User Guide - Telekomunikacije

M570 User Guide - Telekomunikacije
Contents
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Your phone
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Layout
External Layout
Menus
Display indicators
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Getting started
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Removing the back cover
Inserting the SIM card
Inserting the battery
Charging the battery
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The basics
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Powering up/down
Navigation and scrolling
My number
Screensaver
Power save
SIM Toolkit
Shortcuts
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Calls
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Making a call
Answering a call
In-call options
Adjusting the volume
Using the calls list
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Messages
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Using Messages
Text messages
MMS messages
Using templates
Sorting and deleting messages
Entering text, numbers and symbols
Calling your voice mail
SMS and MMS settings
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Internet
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Connecting to an internet page
Downloading
In browser options
Setting your homepage
Bookmarks
Settings
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Personalise your phone
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Ringtones
Sounds
Volume and vibrate
Display
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Contacts
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Phone contacts and SIM contacts
Adding a contact
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Finding a contact
Copying contacts
Deleting contacts
Fixed names
Further Contacts menu options
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Games
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Funny Farmer
Solitaire
Sumito
Tenpin
Splat
Volume
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Applications
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Calculator
Converter
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Java
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Downloading and installing
Deleting
Options
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Pictures / Sounds
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Pictures
Sounds
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Settings
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Languages
Time/Date
Alarm
Display
Sounds
Advanced
Data accounts
Voice mail
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Services
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Commands
Network sel. (selection)
Send number
Cost/timers
Divert
Call waiting
Broadcast
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Troubleshooting
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Warranty Statement
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Safety Information
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End User License Agreement
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Regulatory Compliance and SAR Statements
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Copyright and Legal Information
The wireless phone described in this manual is
approved for use in GSM 900 and 1800 networks.
APPLICABLE LAW, NO WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND,
EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, BUT
NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE MADE IN RELATION TO
THE ACCURACY, RELIABILITY OR CONTENTS OF
THIS DOCUMENT. SENDO RESERVES THE RIGHT
TO REVISE THIS DOCUMENT OR WITHDRAW IT AT
ANY TIME WITHOUT PRIOR NOTICE. UNDER NO
CIRCUMSTANCES SHALL SENDO BE RESPONSIBLE
FOR ANY LOSS OF DATA OR INCOME OR ANY
SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR
INDIRECT DAMAGES HOWSOEVER CAUSED.
Copyright Information
Part number: 8E30-57011-50002 (Edition 2).
Copyright Sendo 2004. All rights reserved.
Printed in the Netherlands.
Sendo is a registered trademark, or trademark, of
Sendo International Ltd. and/or its affiliates.
Reproduction, transfer, distribution or storage of part
or all of the contents in this document in any form
without the prior written permission of Sendo is
prohibited.
T9 Text Input is a registered trademark of Tegic
Communications. All rights reserved. T9 Text input is
licensed under one or more of the following U.S.
Patents: 5,818,437, 5,953,541, 5,945,928,
6,011,554 and additional patents are pending
worldwide.
Export Information
This phone may be subject to export regulation of the
United Kingdom and other countries. Diversion
contrary to law is prohibited. You must comply with
all applicable export laws, restrictions and
regulations of the United Kingdom or foreign
agencies or authorities, and shall not export, or
transfer for the purpose of re-export, the phone or
any part of the phone in violation of any applicable
restrictions, laws or regulations, or without all
necessary approvals.
Java and all Java-based trademarks
and logos are trademarks or registered
trademarks of Sun Microsystems, Inc.
in the U.S and other countries. The
names of actual companies and
products mentioned herein may be the
trademarks of their respective owners.
For Your Safety
You should observe and follow the guidelines given
in this manual for the safe and efficient use of your
phone. Failure to comply with these guidelines and
requirements may void your warranty and may
invalidate any approvals given to the phone. Please
see the Safety Information chapter of this manual
before you use the phone.
Disclaimer
The information contained in this user guide is
written for the Sendo phone model 570. Sendo
reserves the right to make changes and
improvements to the products and any of the features
of the products described in this document without
prior notice
THE CONTENTS OF THIS DOCUMENT ARE
PROVIDED "AS IS". EXCEPT AS REQUIRED BY
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Warning: Throughout the main body of this
manual, text in this format is used to act as a
warning. Please read each warning carefully.
Approved Accessories Warning
Use only batteries, chargers and accessories
approved by Sendo for use with this phone model.
The use of any other types may invalidate any
warranty applying to the phone, and may be
dangerous. For availability of approved accessories,
please check with your dealer or visit
www.sendo.com.
When you disconnect the power cord of any
accessory, grasp and pull the plug, not the cord.
Network Services
A number of features included in this guide are
called network services. They are services provided
by wireless service providers. Before you can take
advantage of any of these network services, you must
subscribe to these service(s) from your home wireless
service provider and obtain instructions for their use.
Some of these network services may not be available
when roaming on a network other than your home
network.
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Your phone
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Earpiece
Display – Display indicators, menu
options and other information is shown
here.
Left soft key g – This key performs the
function immediately above it on the
display.
Right soft key/Power key d – A short
press of this key performs the function
immediately above it on the display. A long
press of this key will switch the phone on
and off.
Quick access key f –The function of this
key will vary depending on your network
service provider. It provides quick access to
a certain function such as messaging.
Clear key c – This key erases text or
takes you back to your previous step,
depending on what you’re doing. A long
press of this key takes you back to the main
screen.
Navigation keys :; – Used to scroll
up and down in menus and features.
Colours and layout shown above may not exactly
match the phone supplied.
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Your phone
Layout
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Your phone
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External Layout
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Charger/accessories connector - Insert
the charger connector here. This connector
is also used to connect accessories such as
a hands-free kit.
Wrist/neck strap loop – Used to attach a
wrist strap or neck strap.
External Display - Display indicators,
time and date are shown here.
External Speaker - Used to play
ringtones, alerts and sounds.
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Colours and layout shown above may not exactly
match the phone supplied. Also, note that the phone
covers cannot be bought separately and are not
interchangeable.
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Your phone
Menus
Menus
Messages
Internet
1 Homepage
2 Bookmarks
3 Recent Pages
4 Enter Address
5 Resume
6 Settings
Pictures/Sounds
Games/Apps
SIM Toolkit
7 Voice mail
8 Settings
1 Pictures
2 Sounds
Settings
Services
1 Create MMS
2 Create SMS
3 Inbox
4 Drafts
5 Sent
6 Templates
1 Languages
2 Time/Date
1 Commands
2 Network sel.
Send number
Cost/timers
Divert
Call waiting
7 Broadcast
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Alarm
Display
Sounds
Advanced
7 Data accounts
8 Voice mail
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Available menu items and features will vary by model of phone and network service provider.
Please review your phone’s menu to determine the menu items and features available on your phone.
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Your phone
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Display indicators
Main screen
In contacts lists
Indicator
Indicator
Meaning
Mobile phone number
Battery level - high
Work phone number
Battery charging (phone on)
Home phone number
Battery charging (phone off external screen only)
Email address
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SIM contact
Signal strength - weak
Signal strength - strong
In messages list
GPRS service available
GPRS service not available
(these icons are network dependent)
/ x
Indicator
Meaning
New SMS, EMS or MMS message
Message has not been read
(subject text in bold)
New voice mail message
(this icon is network dependent)
Message has been read
(normal subject text)
Indicates you had a missed call
Yellow icon MMS (multimedia) message
All incoming calls are diverted
Blue icon
Keypad locked
Silent mode active
Alarm clock set
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Meaning
Battery level - low
Note: The external screen displays white
icons. So, for example, a full battery will
show as a white bar.
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SMS (text) message
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Text entry
Type
Indicator
Direction
Meaning
Meaning
Mobile number
α
Multitap text input - lower case
Work number
β
Multitap text input - upper case
Home number
η
T9 predictive text input (lower case)
SIM contact
ι
T9 predictive text input (upper case)
Unknown contact
θ
Numeric mode
Meaning
Internet
Incoming call from a number
Indicator
Outgoing call to a number
Missed call from a number
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Note: The Type and Direction icons are
used together to indicate the number/
contact type and the direction of the call.
In lists
Indicator
Meaning
Shows the option that is currently
activated
Indicates that more information is
available. When a line like this is
highlighted in features such as the
contacts list, the text will scroll
automatically to reveal the
additional information.
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Meaning
G
GPRS WAP session
C
GSM WAP session
Your phone
In calls list
Getting started
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Getting started
gold-coloured contacts of the card are facing
down, touching the contacts of the phone.
To use your phone, you must first insert the
SIM card supplied by your network service
provider, and then charge the battery.
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Note: You cannot insert or remove the
SIM unless you remove the battery.
Always turn your phone off before you
remove the battery. To remove the
battery, pull the tab on the left side of the
battery and lift out.
Removing the back cover
Press the button, on the top of the back cover
of the phone, and gently lift the cover off.
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Warning: Keep all SIM cards out of reach
of small children. This small part can be
swallowed.
Warning: The SIM card is easily damaged
by scratches or bending, so be cautious
when inserting and removing the card.
Inserting the battery
Insert the battery into the phone, starting with
the right side first. Align the tabs on the edge
of the battery with the tabs on the edge of the
phone. Make sure the gold-coloured contacts
Inserting the SIM card
Slide the SIM into place, with the clipped
corner on the right, making sure that the
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Warning: Only use chargers designed for
use with your M570 and approved by
Sendo. Incorrect use of chargers, or use
of any other charger, may damage your
phone and may invalidate your warranty.
Once you connect the charger, you can
switch your phone on. If the battery is
completely empty, it may take a few minutes
before you can make or receive a call once
you plug the phone into a charger.
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If you need to remove the battery, press up on
the tabs on the left side of the battery and lift
out.
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Charging and Discharging
Note: Always turn your phone off before
you remove the battery.
Please observe the following notes and
precautions regarding the use of batteries
and related equipment.
Charging the battery
You must charge the battery for at least 12
hours before using the phone for the first
time. After this, the battery will normally take
around 2 to 3 hours to charge.
Note
If you remove your battery you will find the phone’s
label on the back portion of the phone. This label
includes information about the phone, such as the
model number.
Do not remove the phone’s label. In the unlikely event
that you ever need to make a warranty claim or seek
assistance with respect to use of your phone, you may
be asked for this information.
Insert the connector on the charger lead into
the connector on the top left of the phone.
Plug the charger into a wall socket. When
charging commences, an animated charging
icon or charger cable icon appears. When
the battery is fully charged, a full battery icon
will appear and you can disconnect the
charger.
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discharged it may take some time for the
battery charging icon to appear after you
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Getting started
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of the battery are touching the contacts on the
phone. Push down into place.
Getting started
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Note
Note
Note that a new battery's full performance is achieved
only after two or three complete charge and
discharge cycles. The operation times provided are
reasonable estimates and may be affected by
network conditions, charging and phone usage.
Warning: Do not short circuit the battery. All batteries
can cause property damage, injury or burns if a
conductive material such as jewellery or keys comes
into contact with the exposed terminals. The material
may complete an electrical circuit and become quite
hot. Exercise care in handling your phone battery. For
example, avoid carrying your phone battery loose in
a pocket or purse. This product is designed for use
with Sendo-approved batteries only. Use of
unapproved batteries may be dangerous and may
cause damage to the battery or the phone and may
void your warranty.
The battery can be charged and discharged hundreds
of times, but it will eventually wear out. When the
operating time (talk time and standby time) is
noticeably shorter than normal, it is time to buy a new
battery.
Caution: Only use batteries approved by Sendo and
recharge your battery only with the chargers
approved by Sendo. When a charger is not in use,
disconnect it from the power source. Do not leave the
battery connected after the battery indicator shows
that the battery is full, or for longer than a single day,
since overcharging may shorten its life. If left unused
a fully charged battery will discharge itself over time.
Leaving the battery in hot or cold places, such as in a
closed car in summer or winter conditions, may
reduce the capacity and lifetime of the battery. Always
try to keep the battery between 15°C and 25°C (59°F
and 77°F). A phone with a battery that has been
exposed to temperature extremes may temporarily
not work, even when the battery is fully charged.
For longer operation times, discharge the battery
from time to time by leaving your phone switched on
until it turns itself off and the battery is fully
discharged.
Dispose of the battery properly. Comply with all local
laws or regulations in disposing of your battery. Do
not dispose of batteries in a fire.
Do not attempt to discharge the battery by any other
means.
Use the battery only for its intended purpose.
Never use any charger or battery that is damaged or
worn out.
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The basics
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To switch the phone on, press d.
When scrolling in menus or messages,
continue to hold : or ; to increase the
scrolling speed.
If the phone asks for a PIN code, enter the
code that is supplied with the SIM card. The
code will be displayed as asterisks. When
complete, press g, OK.
My number
When you switch the phone on for the first
time (or after removing the battery) you will
also be asked to enter the date (in the format
dd/mm/yyyy). When complete, press g,
OK. You will then be asked to enter the time
(in 24 hour format). When complete, press
g, OK.
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Your phone number is stored on your SIM
card and should be stated in the
documentation that came with the card.
If you need to remind yourself of your
number, try calling another phone and make
a note of the number. Alternatively, contact
your network service provider.
Note: If you make a mistake, use the up
and down keys, : and ;, to move
between the characters.
Your number may also be available through
the My number feature. Press d, Contacts
from the main screen and select the My
number option. Select Consult, press d,
Options and select Details to display your
phone number (press c to return to previous
screens).
Wait a few seconds while the phone searches
for the network. Once the network has been
found, the main screen appears and your
phone is ready to be used. The main screen
shows the network name and two icons
giving the signal strength (top right) and
battery level (top left).
Screensaver
A screensaver is a picture that is displayed
when the phone is open and has been idle for
a certain amount of time.
To switch the phone off, press and hold d.
Navigation and scrolling
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To enter the main menu on your phone, press
g, Menu from the main screen.
To modify the screensaver settings, see the
Display settings section on Page 61.
You can scroll through menus using the up
and down keys, : and ;. When you find
the menu option that you are looking for,
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The basics
press g, Select to activate. Press d, Back or
c to return to the previous level.
Powering up/down
The basics
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Power save
To get better battery performance, when your
phone is open it will automatically switch to
power save mode after it has been idle for a
certain amount of time. In this mode, the
screen will go blank and the backlight will be
switched off.
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Description
Calls list
Press : from the main screen to access
the calls list. From here you can call,
save and send messages to any of the
entries.
Keypad lock To lock/unlock the keypad, press g,
then * from the main screen. The
locked symbol,
is displayed on the
main screen and external screen when
the phone is locked.
Note: When the power save mode is
active, press any key to return to normal
display. If your screensaver is active as
well, you will have to press c.
Silent mode To enter/exit silent mode press g then
# from the main screen. The silent
symbol,
is displayed on the main
screen and external screen when the
phone is in silent mode. Note:
 If the vibrate function is on, the
phone will still vibrate whilst in silent
mode.
 If the phone is switched off, silent
mode is cancelled.
SIM Toolkit
Your network service provider may offer
some special services or applications. The
name of the menu may change to indicate
the type of service, for example
“Information”.
For more details, please contact your network
service provider.
Shortcuts
Shortcuts to some useful features such as your
contacts list and calls list:
Shortcut
Shortcut
Description
Silence
ringtone
If you can’t answer a call, but you don’t
want to reject it, press ; to silence the
ringtone.
Scrolling
When scrolling in menus or messages,
continue to hold : or ; to increase
the scrolling speed.
Language
If the phone language is changed by
mistake, press and hold * from the
main screen to display the language list.
Scroll to the language you want (using
: and ;) and press g.
Contacts list Press ; from the main screen to access
your contacts list. From here you can
call, save and send messages to any of
the entries.
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Calls
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area with adequate signal strength. Also,
emergency calls may not be possible
when certain network services or phone
features are in use. Do not rely on your
mobile phone as your only method of
emergency communications.
Dialling a number
1 Key in the area code and number that you
want to call, then press g, Call to dial.
If you make a mistake, press c to delete
a single number.
Making calls from the contacts list
1 Press ; from the main screen to access
your contacts list. You can also press d,
Contacts then select the Search option.
To delete the entire number and return to
the main screen, press and hold c.
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Tip: Press and hold # until the letter p
appears to insert a pause of 3 seconds.
2 Type in the first letter(s) of the name or
scroll (using : and ;) to the contact that
you want.
2 To end the call, press d, End.
3 Press g, Call to dial. If the selected
contact has more than one phone number
stored, e.g. Mobile, Work, Home, scroll to
the number you want in the list displayed,
and press g, Call to call the number. The
favourite number for the contact is
highlighted first.
Making an international call
1 Press and hold 0 until the plus sign "+"
is displayed. This replaces the
international access code.
2 Enter the country code, area code, and
phone number.
For more information about creating and
using your contacts list, see the Contacts
chapter on Page 38.
3 Press g, Call to dial.
Making an emergency call
1 Key in the emergency number for your
present location (e.g. 999, 911, 112 or
other official emergency number).
Emergency numbers vary by location.
Speed dialling
This feature allows you to dial a number
simply by pressing and holding a single key.
X To make a call using speed dial
1 From the main screen, press and hold the
number key assigned to the contact you
want to call.
2 Press g, Call to dial.
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Warning: To make an emergency call,
the phone must be switched on, open,
properly charged and used in a service
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Calls
Making a call
Calls
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Call waiting
Note: If the contact has more than one
phone number stored, e.g. Mobile, Work,
Home, the favourite number is called.
This feature means you are informed of a
second incoming call by an audible melody
in the earpiece.
For information about creating and deleting
speed dials, see the Contacts chapter on
Page 38.
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Making a call from the calls list
Press d, Reject to reject the second call.
The phone stores a list of your recent
incoming, outgoing and missed calls.
Press g, Accept to put the current call on
hold and activate the second call.
X To dial a number from the calls list
1 Press : to access the list from the main
screen. Scroll and find the entry that you
want and press g, Call to dial.
To end the active call and return to the held
call, press d, End.
To switch between calls, press g, Options
and then select the Swap option.
For information about the calls list, see the
Using the calls list section on Page 13.
In the main screen, the active call is shown
using the
icon and the call on hold is
shown using the
icon.
Answering a call
To answer a call the phone must be open.
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To accept a call press g, Accept.
To reject a call, press d, Reject.
You can set up your phone so that any call is
automatically answered when you open the
phone. For details, see the Active flip setting
on Page 63.
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Note: Please refer to the Call waiting
section on Page 68 for more information
on how to activate call waiting.
Note: If you can’t answer a call, but you
don’t want to reject it, press ; to silence
the ringtone.
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Note: Your network may not support call
waiting or may require you to subscribe to
this feature. If you do not have call
waiting or are roaming on another
network, accepting a second call will end
the first call (or you simply may not be
able to accept another call). You will not
be able to switch between calls.
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The earpiece volume can be adjusted during
a call. Press : to make the speech louder
and ; to make it quieter.
This feature allows you to connect all parties
when you have accepted two incoming calls.
During the call, press g, Options and select
Conference to connect the callers.
Using the calls list
To end the call, press d, End.
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The phone stores a list of your recent
incoming, outgoing and missed calls.
Note: Conference calls is a network
service. You may have to subscribe to this
service and it may not be available when
roaming. Check with your network
service provider for details.
The list stores up to 30 entries. If a number is
stored in your contacts list, the contact name
is displayed.
Type and Direction icons on the left of the
screen indicate the type of number/contact
and the direction of the call:
In-call options
When you are in a call, you can press g,
Options. The possible menu options are
listed below.
Select this
To
Contacts
Access your contacts list.
Hold/Unhold
Put the active call on hold/
reactivate the held call.
Mute/Unmute
Switch the microphone off/on.
Mobile number
Work number
Home number
SIM contact
Unknown contact
Incoming call from a number
Outgoing call to a number
Missed call from a number
Send message Send a text message.
For example,
indicates an incoming call
from a work number stored in your contacts.
Swap
Swap between the current call
and the call on hold.
Conference
Connect all current callers.
Making a call from the calls list
SIMToolkit
Access the SIM Toolkit.
Press : to access the list. Scroll and find the
entry that you want and press g, Call to dial.
End all
End all calls.
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Calls
Adjusting the volume
Conference calls
Calls
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Calls list options
When you have highlighted an entry in the
calls list, press d, Options to display the
menu options listed below.
Select this
To
Save no.
Save the number to your contacts
list.
Send message Send a text message or MMS
message directly to this entry.
Details
View the details for this entry.
Delete
Delete this entry.
Delete all
Delete all entries in the calls list.
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Messages
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Note: The number of messages that can
be stored depends on the size of each
message.
Text messages
Simple and special text messages. See the
Text messages section below.
Inbox
Contains received SMS and MMS
messages.
MMS messages
Multimedia (MMS) messages that can
contain text, pictures, and sounds. See the
MMS messages section on Page 19.
Drafts
Stores messages you have created and
saved.
Sent
Stores messages sent from your phone.
Voicemail messages
Voice messages from your voice mailbox.
See the Calling your voice mail section on
Page 26.
Templates
Stores a set of SMS and MMS templates that
you can use to generate a new message.
For information on using predictive text and
multitap text input methods, see the Entering
text, numbers and symbols section on
Page 24 .
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Text messages
You can send and receive text messages to/
from any compatible phone. See the
Compatible formats section on Page 18 for
details of the types of text message you can
send and receive.
Note: The contents of the Messages menu
may vary by network service provider.
Please review your phone’s menu to
determine the menu items and features
available on your phone.
Reading a text message
When you receive a text message, the
envelope
icon is displayed at the top of
the main screen.
Using Messages
When you select Messages from the main
menu, a list of options is displayed.
1 Press g, Read to display the new
message directly from the main screen.
At the top of the list are the Create options,
which provide a shortcut to sending an SMS
or MMS message.
If you have received more than one
message, the Inbox is displayed. Scroll to
the message using the : and ; keys and
then press g, Select.
The rest of the list shows the default Messages
folders:
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Messages
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This chapter shows you how to create, send,
receive, and manage different types of
messages:
Messages
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To read old messages select Inbox from
the Messages menu. Scroll to the message
using the : and ; keys and then press
g, Select.
Select this
To
Save
ringtone
Save a ringtone which has been
sent with the incoming message.
The ringtone is stored in your
Sounds list. See the Sounds section
on Page 58 for more details.
2 The message is displayed including any
ringtones, pictures, logos, icons,
animations or sounds. Use the : and ;
keys to scroll through the message.
>
>
Note: Sounds cannot be saved from a text
message and are played once, when the
message is opened.
Time/date
Select this
To
Delete
Remove the message.
Reply
Send a text message to the sender.
Call
Call the sender. Alternatively if
there is a number in the message,
highlight it and select this option to
call the number.
Save no.
Forward
Note: You may be prevented
from sending items that are
copy protected.
Sending a text message
X To send a text message from Messages
1 Enter the Messages menu and select the
Create SMS option.
Save picture Save a picture which appears in the
incoming message. The picture is
stored in your Pictures list. See the
Pictures section on Page 56 for
more details.
2 Write your message using the numeric
keypad. See the Entering text, numbers
and symbols section on Page 24 for details
of entering text. When you have finished,
press g, Send.
Note: This option is only
displayed if a picture is
included in the message and
you are allowed to save it.
[[[
Note: If this option is not
displayed, the date and time
information will be contained
in the message.
Send the message to someone
else.
>
Add the sender’s phone number to
your contacts list.
>
Display the date and time of the
message.
>
3 Press g Options to access the message
options listed below:
Note: This option is only
displayed if a ringtone is
included in the message and
you are allowed to save it.
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X To send a text message from the calls list
1 Press the up key : from the main screen
to access the calls list.
Tip: You can save messages to your
Drafts folder to send later. Press d,
Options and select the Save option.
3 Enter the destination phone number, or
press d, Contacts and select a name and
number from your contacts list.
2 Scroll to an entry in the calls list, press d,
Options and select Send message then
SMS.
>
Sending ringtones, pictures and more
Note: If you reply to a message, you do
not have to re-enter the number. This is
done automatically.
You can send ringtones, simple pictures,
sounds, and contacts in your text messages to
compatible phones. See the Compatible
formats section on Page 18 for details of the
types of text message you can send and
receive.
4 Press g, Send to send the message.
>
Note: You can save messages you send
to others in your Sent folder (if you have
sufficient memory remaining). See the
SMS and MMS settings section on
Page 27 for details.
From the message screen, select Options d
and select the relevant option:
X To send a text message from contacts
1 Scroll to a contact in the contacts list, press
d, Options and select Send message
then SMS.
Select this
To
Add picture
Add a picture. Scroll to the picture
you want to insert into the
message. Press g Select to display
the picture, and then press g Add
to add it to your message.
2 Enter your message and send it in the
normal way. The favourite number for the
contact will be used for the message - you
can change this if you need to.
>
X To send a text message from the main screen
1 Enter the phone number you want to send
a text message to.
2 Press d, Options and select Send
message then SMS.
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Note: Unlike MMS messages,
you can only send simple
pictures in text messages. Only
compatible pictures will be
shown here.
Messages
?
Messages
5
Select this
then the messages are received
separately and may not be in the correct
order.
To
Add contact Add a contact. Scroll to the contact
you want to insert into the
message. Press g Select to display
the contact information, and then
press g Add to add it to your
message. The contact information
is added as text (name and
number) to your message.
You can also send and receive special text
messages that can contain ringtones,
contacts or simple messaging pictures, logos,
icons, animations or sounds. These text
messages are often referred to as EMS
(Enhanced Messaging Service) messages or
Smart messages. Your Sendo M570 phone
can send SMS and EMS messages and
receive SMS, EMS and Smart Messaging
messages.
Add ringtone Add a ringtone. Scroll to the
ringtone to insert into the message
and press g Add.
Add sound
>
Add a sound. Scroll to the sound to
insert into the message and press
g Add.
Any phone you send an EMS item to, must
support EMS messages. If SMS only is
supported, only the text content will be
received by the other user.
Note: You may be prevented from
sending items that are copy protected.
The table below lists the compatible formats
for EMS and Smart Messaging items
supported by the M570.
Compatible formats
You can send and receive text messages of
up to 160 characters to any compatible
phone. This is known as an SMS (Short
Message Service) message and is supported
by almost all mobile phones.
If a text message you send or receive is any
longer than 160 characters, it is
automatically broken down into several small
messages, which are joined together as one
message when all of the small messages
have been received.
>
Note: When you send a long text
message, if the phone receiving the
messages does not support this feature,
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Item
Format
Ringtone
EMS (send and receive): sp-midi
polyphonic ringtones, plus i-melody
monophonic ringtones.
Smart Messaging (receive only):
Standard Smart Messaging
monophonic format only.
Picture
Logo
Icon
EMS (send and receive): All bitmap
formats (black and white, greyscale,
colour) supported.
Smart Messaging (receive only):
Logos and icons only.
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Format
Animation
EMS only (send and receive):
Standard EMS animations.
Sound
EMS only (send and receive):
Standard EMS sounds.
>
>
If your phone is not configured already, the
fastest and easiest way to do this is to visit:
Note: You may be prevented from
sending items that are copy protected.
http://www.sendo.com/config
to automatically configure your settings. The
Sendo Easy Configurator sends an SMS
message to your phone containing the
settings you require. Alternatively, you can
ask your network service provider to send you
this information (if available).
MMS messages
You can send and receive MMS (multimedia)
messages to/from other mobile phones or
Email addresses. MMS messages are text
messages which can contain pictures
(photos, graphics, animations, etc) and
sounds (alerts, ringtones, etc). The M570
supports all standard MMS formats.
>
Note: You need GPRS and MMS enabled
for your SIM card, to send and receive
MMS messages. Contact your network
service provider for information.
See the SMS and MMS settings section on
Page 27 for details of how to configure your
phone’s GPRS connection settings for MMS
messaging.
Note: The maximum message size
supported by the M570 phone is 100KB.
However, this may be limited further by
your network. Contact your network
service provider for details.
>
Reading an MMS message
When you receive an MMS message, the
envelope
icon is displayed at the top of
the main screen:
MMS connection
Before you can begin sending and receiving
MMS messages you must have set up GPRS
connections for MMS messaging. These
settings may have already been configured
on your phone by your network service
provider. Simply try sending an MMS
message or check with your network service
provider for details.
[[[
Note: Your network service provider can
tell you what MMS services are available,
and what charges may apply.
1 Press g, Read to display the new
message directly from the main screen.
If you have received more than one
message, the Inbox is displayed. Scroll to
the message using the : and ; keys and
then press g, Select.
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Messages
Item
Messages
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To read old messages select Inbox from
the Messages menu. Scroll to the message
using the : and ; keys and then press
g, Select.
2 The message is now downloaded to your
phone and the message information is
displayed (From, Date, etc.). To view the
message, press g, Play.
To
Next slide
Go to the next slide.
Previous
slide
Go to the previous slide.
Save picture Save a picture which appears in the
incoming message. The picture is
stored in your Pictures list. See the
Pictures section on Page 56 for
more details.
3 The message is now displayed, including
any pictures and sounds. Once all slides in
the message have been displayed, you
can press g, Options to access the
message options listed below:
>
Save sound
Select this
To
Delete
Remove the message.
Reply
Send an MMS message to the
sender.
Reply to all
Send an MMS message to the
sender and all recipients.
>
Select this
Save a sound or ringtone which has
been sent with the incoming
message. The sound is stored in
your Sounds list. See the Sounds
section on Page 58 for more
details.
>
Note: Additional costs may be
incurred by selecting more
than one recipient. Check with
your network service provider
for details.
Play
Play the message slides.
Call
Call the sender. Alternatively if
there is a number in the message,
highlight it and select this option to
call the number.
Save no.
Add the sender’s phone number to
your contacts list.
[[[
Note: This option is only
displayed if a sound or
ringtone is included in the
message and you are allowed
to save it.
Close
Close the message.
Forward
Send the message to someone
else.
>
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Note: This option is only
displayed if a picture is
included in the message and
you are allowed to save it.
]]]
Note: You may be prevented
from sending items that are
copy protected.
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2 An MMS message consists of slides or
pages. When you start a new message,
you will be on the first slide.
Write your message using the numeric
keypad. See the Entering text, numbers
and symbols section on Page 24 for details
of entering text.
As you add more text and multimedia
items, you will add more slides - see
below.
>
Note: You can only have one picture and
one sound per slide. If you add another
picture or sound, a new slide will be
created and the item added.
Select this
To
Save
Save the current message to your
Drafts folder.
Save as
template
Save the current message to your
Templates folder.
Preview
Preview the MMS message.
Slide timing
Set a timing for this slide. This
defines how long the slide will be
displayed for when the message is
received.
Background
colour
Select the background colour for
all slides.
Next slide
Go to the next slide.
Previous slide
Go to the previous slide.
>
As you add text, multimedia items and
slides, the size of the message can be
checked using the counter in the top right
of the screen. This displays the size of the
message in KB (Kilo Bytes) and the slide
information (e.g. 1/2 denotes slide 1 of 2).
3 Press Options g to display the following:
Select this
To
Add picture *
Insert a picture, stored in the
phone, into the message.
Add sound *
Insert a sound, stored in the
phone, into the message.
Text colour
Select the text colour for all slides.
Delete slide
Delete the current slide.
Add slide
Add a new slide to the message.
>
[[[
Note: You may be prevented from
sending items that are copy protected.
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Note: The maximum message size
supported by the M570 phone is 100KB.
However, this may be limited further by
your network. Contact your network
service provider for details.
Messages
Sending an MMS message
X To send an MMS message from Messages
1 Enter the Messages menu and select the
Create MMS option.
Messages
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to the Cc: field and press g, Select. Enter
the details for the person you would like to
copy the message to. Again, you can enter
up to 20 numbers and Email addresses.
Tip: You can remove multimedia items
from the message by simply highlighting
the item and pressing c.
4 When you have finished your message,
press g, Send. The message sending
options are displayed.
>
7 Press the down ; key to move to the
Subject: field and press g, Select. Enter a
subject for the message.
Note: You can save messages you send
to others in your Sent folder (if you have
sufficient memory remaining). See the
MMS settings section on Page 27 for
details.
8 If you would like to be notified when your
message has been read, press the down
; key to move to the Read report field
and press g, Select. Scroll to the On
option and press g, Select.
5 With the To: field highlighted, press g,
Select. Enter the phone number or Email
address of the person you want to send the
message to, using the numeric keypad. If
the person’s details are stored in your
contacts list, press d, Contacts and select
a name and number or Email address
from your contacts list. You can enter up to
20 numbers or Email addresses, by
repeatedly selecting the To: field and then
the Add recipient option.
9 If you would like to be notified when your
message has been sent, press the down ;
key to move to the Delivery report field and
press g, Select. Scroll to the On option
and press g, Select.
>
>
10 When your message is complete, press
d, Send to send the message.
X To send an MMS message from contacts
1 Scroll to a contact in the contacts list, press
d, Options and select Send message
then MMS.
Note: If you reply to a message, you do
not have to re-enter the number. This is
done automatically.
2 Enter your message and send it in the
normal way. The favourite number for the
contact will be used for the message - you
can change this if you need to.
Note: Additional costs may be incurred by
selecting more than one recipient. Check
with your network service provider for
details.
X To send an MMS message from the main
screen
1 Enter the phone number you want to send
an MMS message to.
6 If you would like to copy the message to
someone, press the down ; key to move
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the message, save it and/or send it in the
normal way.
X To send an MMS message from the calls list
1 Press the up key : from the main screen
to access the calls list.
X To create an MMS template
1 From the main Messages menu, select the
Create MMS option.
2 Scroll to an entry in the calls list, press d,
Options and select Send message then
MMS.
2 Enter the message details in the normal
way. When you have finished your
template, press d, Options and select the
Save as template option.
X To send an MMS message from the pictures
and sounds lists
1 Select Pictures / Sounds from the main
menu, and select the Pictures or Sounds
option to display the pictures or sounds
list.
Sorting and deleting messages
Each folder in the Messages menu allows you
to sort and delete messages.
X To sort messages
1 Whilst in a folder, press d, Options and
select the Sort option.
2 Scroll to the item you want to send, press
d, Options and select the Send MMS
option.
2 Select one of the following:
By date
Sort the messages in date order (most
recent first).
Using templates
To save time, you can generate a text
message or MMS message from a template a standard message from your phone’s
memory.
By type
Sort the messages in type order (MMS then
SMS).
X To create a message using a template
1 From the main Messages menu, select the
Templates folder.
By sender
Sort the messages in alphabetical order of
sender. This option is only available in the
Inbox folder.
2 The list of current templates is displayed.
Scroll to the template you want to use and
press g, Select.
By receiver
Sort the messages in alphabetical order of
receiver. This option is only available in the
Sent folder.
3 A new SMS or MMS message is created
using the template. You can now change
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Messages
2 Press d, Options and select Send
message then MMS.
Messages
5
X To delete messages
1 Whilst in a message or a folder, press g
or d, Options and select one of the
following delete options:
The table below lists the characters
associated with each key on the numeric
keypad:
Delete
Delete this message only.
Delete all
Delete all messages from the folder.
Entering text, numbers and
symbols
You can enter text, numbers and symbols in
a number of ways. The current input mode is
indicated at the bottom of the screen by one
of these icons:
?
Key
List of characters available
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
#
1.,@‘?!":;¿¡
abc2àäåæç
def3éè
ghi4ì
jkl5
mno6ñòöø
pqrs7ß
tuv8üù
wxyz9
0 (numeric mode only)
Space (short press)
Tip: For all input modes, a long press on
# displays a table showing all the
symbols available. See the Entering
symbols section below for details.
α
Multitap text input - lower case
β
Multitap text input - upper case
θ
Numeric mode
Multitap standard text input
η
T9 predictive text input (lower case)
ι
T9 predictive text input (upper case)
When you are in Multitap mode (sometimes
called multipress mode), you enter a letter by
pressing the number key on which the letter is
printed. Press the key repeatedly until the
required character is displayed. If you pass
the character you want, keep pressing the key
to scroll through all the characters again.
You can switch between Multitap, numeric
and predictive text modes by repeatedly
pressing *.
>
Note: When you select a field that
requires text or numeric entry, the phone
automatically changes to the appropriate
input mode.
[[[
For example, to enter the letter “r” press 7
three times.
If a word you are entering contains two
consecutive letters which are located on the
same key, enter the first one and then wait for
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This input method allows you to simply press
each key once. For example, to write the
name "Ross", press 7, then 6, then 7,
then 7 just once each.
Also, you will notice that some intelligent
features are built in. For example, when
entering the first word in a sentence, the text
input mode changes automatically from
upper case to lower case after the first letter.
The word may change as you type, but don’t
worry about what is on the screen until you
have finished the word. Sometimes different
words share the same sequence of key
presses. If the finished word is wrong, press
0 to scroll through other possibilities. If the
word that you are looking for is still not there,
press * repeatedly to change the text mode
to β or α and enter the word again.
Some punctuation marks (including full stops,
hyphens and apostrophes) are available on
1. Alternatively, press and hold # to pick
a symbol to insert from the character table
(see the Entering symbols section below).
When you have finished entering a word,
press # to enter a space and move on to
the next word.
After you have completed a word, press the
space key # to enter a space and move on
to the next word. Press and hold # to pick
a symbol to insert from the character table
(see the Entering symbols section below).
For example, to enter the name "Ross" when
you are in lower case mode:
1 Press * to enter upper case mode,
Some intelligent punctuation (including full
stops, hyphens and apostrophes) are also
available on 1. The punctuation mark is
completed when you enter the next keystroke.
2 Press 7 three times, to display "R", you
will then return to lower case mode.
3 Press 6 three times, to display "o".
4 Press 7 four times, to display "s". Now
pause slightly until the cursor reappears.
Entering numbers
To enter a number in upper case or lower
case text input mode, simply press the
number key repeatedly until the number is
displayed.
5 Then press 7 four times, to display "s".
Predictive text input
γ
To save time when you are writing a text
message or MMS message, your phone has
a built-in dictionary feature which uses the
letters that you are typing to complete the
word.
[[[
To enter a number in predictive text input
mode, press the number key and then scroll
through the characters (by pressing 0) until
the number is displayed.
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Messages
the cursor to reappear before entering the
second.
Messages
5
Calling your voice mail
If you have multiple numbers to enter, it is
often more convenient to use the numeric
input mode. Press * repeatedly to change
the mode to θ. Now whenever you press
any of the number keys, only the number is
entered.
You can access your voice mailbox by doing
one of the following:
>
Entering symbols
For all input modes, a long press on #
displays a table, similar to the one below,
showing all the symbols available to you:
.
&
*
§
ÿ
é
[
,
‘
=
√
Ÿ
è
]
"
<
ì
¿
Ä
{
!
/
>
Ë
i
Å
}
?
_
#
À
à
É
\
@
;
£
Œ
ä
ò
|
(
$
¥
—
â
ñ
~
)
%
ƒ
”
æ
Æ
^
:
+
¤
÷
ç
€
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Note: Voice mail is a network service. You
may have to subscribe to this service and
it may not be available when roaming.
Check with your network service provider
for details.
When you have a new message in your
voice mailbox, your phone displays either
the voice mail icon
in the main screen
or a text message sent from the network.
This depends on your network service
provider. From the main screen press g,
Call (if available) to call your voice
mailbox or c to cancel the message.
 From the main screen press and hold 1.
 Select the Voice mail option from the
Messages menu.
If the phone asks for the voice mailbox
number, enter it and press g, Call. The
number can be obtained from your network
service provider.

X To enter a symbol:
1 Use the : and ; keys to scroll to the row
containing the symbol you want.
2 Press the numeric key (1 to 9) to select
the symbol.
To enter/change a voice mailbox number,
you can also select the Voice mail option from
the Settings menu. See the Voice mail section
on Page 65 for more details.
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to automatically configure your settings. The
Sendo Easy Configurator sends an SMS
message to your phone containing the
settings you require. Alternatively, you can
ask your network service provider to send you
this information (if available).
Select the Settings option from the main
Messages menu.
SMS settings
This menu provides the following settings for
SMS messaging:
Select this
MMS settings are grouped into profiles. A
profile is a collection of settings for MMS
messaging. You can create up to 5 MMS
profiles on your phone.
To
Status report Set whether or not you want to be
informed when your correspondent
has received your text message.
Save sent
Save all sent text messages to the
Sent folder (On).
Centre
number
Enter or change the service centre
number for text messaging.
Characters
Choose whether you want to enter
text in GSM (Latin characters) or
Unicode (Non Latin characters)
mode. Unicode characters take up
more room on your phone so the
length of a standard text message
is restricted to half the usual
number of characters.
This menu provides the following settings:
>
Select profile
Select the current profile.
Rename profile
Rename the current profile.
Sending
Allows you to set the MMS sending options:
MMS settings
This menu provides settings for MMS
messaging. These settings may have already
been configured on your phone by your
network service provider. If your phone is not
configured already, the fastest and easiest
way to do this is to visit:
Select this
To
Validity
period
Set a maximum amount of time
allowed for a message to reach a
recipient. If the recipient cannot be
reached within the time, the
message is removed from the
message service centre.
Read report
Select whether or not you want to
be notified when your messages
have been read.
http://www.sendo.com/config
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Note: Some of these settings may not be
required for your network. Contact your
network service provider for details.
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SMS and MMS settings
Messages
5
Select this
To
Delivery
report
Select whether or not you want to
be notified when your messages
have been sent.
Priority
Select the priority setting for MMS
messages.
Retrieval mode
Allows you to set the MMS receiving
options:
Select this
To
Home
network
Select how you want to retrieve
MMS messages when you’re on
your home network:
Automatic - Always retrieve
messages immediately.
Always ask - Always ask before
retrieving messages.
Roaming
network
Select how you want to retrieve
MMS messages when you’re on a
roaming network:
Automatic - Always retrieve
messages immediately.
Always ask - Always ask before
retrieving messages.
Restricted - Never retrieve
messages (whilst roaming) until
you return to your home network.
Send read
report
Select whether you want to Always
send read reports when you read
MMS messages, or only On request
or Never.
Del. Rep.
allowed
Select whether you want to send
delivery reports (Yes) when you
receive MMS messages.
Show number Select whether or not you want to
show your phone number (Yes) or
hide it (No) when sending MMS
messages.
Save sent
Slide timing
Select whether or not you want to
automatically save sent messages
to your Sent folder.
Set the default slide timing for MMS
messages you send.
Delivery time Set the default time before MMS
messages are sent. Note that a
message is always sent to the
service centre immediately and is
then delayed for the specified time
before being sent on to the
recipient.
MMSC
Enter the web address (URL) of your MMS
message centre.
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Messages
Network
Allows you to set the MMS network options:
Select this
To
Connection
type
Select the MMS connection type:
Temporary, or Permanent.
Data account Select the data account to use for
MMS messaging. See the Data
accounts section on Page 64 for
details on data accounts.
>
WAP
gateway
Note: The data account used
must be an MMS data account.
Set the IP address of the WAP
gateway used for MMS messaging.
>
Note: An IP address is made
up of 4 groups of numbers
(maximum of 3 numbers per
group). If any of the groups
only has 1 or 2 numbers then
you must enter a zero, or
zeros, ahead of the existing
numbers to make the group up
to 3. You can get the IP
address from your network
service provider.
Login
Enter the gateway login name.
Password
Enter the gateway password.
Secure port
Enter the gateway port number for
secure connections.
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Internet
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Internet
>
Your M570 phone is provided with an
internet WAP browser. This provides you with
access to internet sites with WAP content only.
Contact your network service provider for
information about what WAP services are
available, tariffs, and how to use the services
provided.
Note: Your phone may already have all
the settings required to use the internet. If
not, you must enter the settings required
before you can start browsing. See the
Settings section on Page 32 for details.
Connecting to an internet page
When you select Internet from the main
menu, the following options are displayed:
To begin browsing the internet, select one of
the following options from the Internet menu:
Home
Go to your homepage. Note that the title of
this option will reflect the title of your
homepage.

>


Note: If there is no default homepage
defined on your phone, see the Setting
your homepage section on Page 31.

>
Bookmarks
Store the addresses of your favourite
websites, so that you can access them
quickly.
Note: Once you press Select or OK, if you
press and hold c, the internet
connection will be cancelled.
Downloading
Recent Pages
Display a list of recently visited pages. Press
g, Go to to go to the highlighted page.
You can download compatible pictures and
ringtones to your phone as well as Java
games and applications. See the Pictures /
Sounds chapter on Page 56 for details of
downloading pictures and ringtones and see
the Java chapter on Page 54 for details of
downloading Java games and applications.
Enter Address
Enter a WAP address (URL) to go to.
Resume
Resume the previous internet connection.
Settings
Enter all the information you need to
connect to the internet.
[[[
Select Home.
Select Bookmarks, scroll to a bookmark
and press g, Select.
Select Recent Pages, scroll to a page and
press g, OK.
Select Enter Address, enter a WAP site
address (URL) and press g, OK.
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While you are using the internet, press d,
Options to access the menu options listed
below:
Select this
To
Save as
homepage
Save the URL of the current page as
your homepage.
Exit
Close the WAP session and returns
to the main menu.
To
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Page options This option on the menu will
change depending on the website
you are viewing. For example, if
there is a search option on the
page, this item in the menu could
be Search.
Homepage
Return you to the homepage. Note
that the title of this option will reflect
the title of your homepage.
Back
Move back to the last screen visited.
Forward
Move forward to a screen you have
previously visited in the session.
Display your bookmarks. Press g,
Select to go to the highlighted
bookmark.
Enter
Address
Enter a new address (URL) to
display.
Settings
Go to the internet Settings menu.
See the internet Settings section on
Page 32 for details.
Save as
Download the highlighted object to
your phone. You can change the
filename if you wish.
To specify your homepage select Settings
from the Internet menu. Scroll to the Edit
homepage option and press g, Select.
Now enter the URL (WAP address) and press
g, OK. The homepage is saved.
Reload the page you are currently
using. Any updates to the page are
displayed.
Bookmarks
Tip: You can also press and
hold c to close a WAP
session.
Setting your homepage
Recent Pages Display a list of recently visited
pages. Press g, Go to to go to the
highlighted page.
Refresh
Select this
>
Note: Some network service providers do
not allow users to specify their own
homepage. Contact your service provider
for more details.
Bookmarks
Use the Bookmarks menu to save WAP
addresses, giving you quick access to your
favourite sites.
Empty cache Clear the phone memory of
recently accessed WAP pages.
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Internet
In browser options
Internet
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X To create a bookmark from the Internet
menu
1 Select the Bookmarks option from the
Internet menu and then select Add
Bookmark.
2 Scroll to the bookmark to delete and press
d, Options. Scroll to the Delete option
and press g, Select. Press g, OK to
confirm.
The bookmark is deleted.
2 Enter the Title and WAP Address, and
press g, OK (use the : and ; keys to
scroll between Title and Address).
Settings
This menu provides settings for internet
access. These settings may have already
been configured on your phone by your
network service provider. If your phone is not
configured already, the fastest and easiest
way to do this is to visit:
The bookmark title now appears in your
list.
X To create a bookmark in the browser
1 While you are using the internet, press d,
Options and select Bookmarks.
http://www.sendo.com/config
2 Scroll to the Add Bookmark option and
press d, Select. This will add the current
WAP page address to your list.
to automatically configure your settings. The
Sendo Easy Configurator sends an SMS
message to your phone containing the
settings you require. Alternatively, you can
ask your network service provider to send you
this information (if available).
X To edit a bookmark
1 Select the Bookmarks option from the
Internet menu.
2 Scroll to the bookmark to edit and press
d, Options. Scroll to the Edit option and
press g, Select.
Internet settings are grouped into profiles. A
profile is a collection of settings for internet
access. You can create up to 5 internet
profiles on your phone.
3 Change the title or URL and then press g,
OK (use the : and ; keys to scroll
between Title and Address).
This menu provides the following settings:
>
The bookmark is updated.
X To delete a bookmark
1 Select the Bookmarks option from the
Internet menu.
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Note: Some of these settings may not be
required for your network. Also, certain
settings may be locked by your network
service provider. Contact your service
provider for details.
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Select this
Select Profile
Select the current profile. Note that a profile
must be selected before any internet
settings can be selected.
Connection
Allows you to select the connection options:
Select this
To
Proxy
Username
Enter the username to use with the
proxy server.
Proxy
Password
Enter the password for the proxy
server.
Security
This option provides access to the
advanced WAP security features. It
is strongly recommended that you
only change these settings in
conjunction with your network
service provider. The options are
listed below for information only.
Certificates, Change Auth. Pin,
Change SignText, Session Info,
Current Certificat., Contracts
Data Account Select the data account to use for
internet access. See the Data
accounts section on Page 64 for
details on data accounts.
>
Note: The data account used
must be a WAP data account.
Connection
type
Select the WAP connection type:
Temporary or Permanent.
Proxy
Address
Set the IP address of the proxy
server used for internet access.
>
Proxy Port
Browser Options
Select whether or not to Show Images in the
WAP browser.
Note: An IP address is made
up of 4 groups of numbers
(maximum of 3 numbers per
group). If any of the groups
only has 1 or 2 numbers then
you must enter a zero, or
zeros, ahead of the existing
numbers to make the group up
to 3. You can get the IP
address from your network
service provider.
Rename Profile
Rename the current profile.
Enter the proxy server port number
for WAP connections. Typically, this
will be 9201.
[[[
To
Proxy Secure Enter the proxy server port number
Port
for secure WAP connections.
Typically, this will be 9203.
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Internet
Edit homepage
Enter the URL of your homepage.
Internet
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Cache
Allows you to select the cache options:
Select this
Clear Recent Pages
Delete all links to recently visited pages.
To
Cache Mode Select whether or not the WAP
browser will cache (store) internet
pages on your phone. This can
provide faster access to WAP sites
when you revisit the same pages.
However, caching does use up
memory on your phone.
Clear Cache Clear the cache of recently
accessed WAP pages.
Cookies
Enable or disable cookies using the Enable
Cookies option, or clear all internet cookies
on your phone using the Clear Cookies
option.
Cookies are small text files used by some
web sites to store information, about you
and your preferences, on your phone. This
allows revisited sites to provide you with a
personal web page, for example. Only the
information that you provide can be stored
in a cookie. For example, a site cannot
determine your Email address unless you
choose to provide it. Allowing a web site to
create a cookie does not give that site or
any other site access to anything else on
your phone, and only the site that created
the cookie can read it. However, although
cookies should not present a significant
security risk, you may not want to have this
information used or stored.
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Personalise your phone
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Ringtones
Sounds
You can set a main ringtone and set
individual ringtones for entries in your
contacts list.
You can set the sounds played for actions
and events on your phone.
X To set sounds
1 Press g, Menu from the main screen and
select the Settings menu.
X To set a main ringtone
1 Press g, Menu from the main screen and
select the Settings menu.
2 Select the Sounds option and then the Key
tones option. This option allows you to set
the type of keypad tones that you would
like to hear when pressing the keys:
2 Select the Sounds option and then the
Ringer option.
3 Scroll through the list of ringtones. As you
pause on each ringtone, it will be played.
Press g, Select to select the ringtone.
Off
No sound emitted on a key press.
X To set a ringtone for a contact
1 Press g, Menu from the main screen,
select the Pictures / Sounds menu and then
select the Sounds option.
On
Short, low volume tone.
DTMF
These are standard tones, as used in touch
tone phones. Each number has its own
specific tone.
2 Scroll through the list of ringtones:
Press g, Play to play the ringtone and c
to return to the ringtone list.
 Press d, Options and select the Attach
option to select the ringtone.
3 Scroll through the list of contacts and press
g, Select to set the ringtone. If the contact
has more than one number (Mobile, Work,
Home), scroll to the number you want and
press g, Select.
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3 Select the On/Off melody option. The
phone can play a melody whenever you
switch it on or off. Select this option to
switch this feature On or Off.
4 Select the Flip melody option. The phone
can play a melody whenever you open or
close the flip. Select this option to switch
this feature On or Off.
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The ringtone will only be played when a call
is received from the individual number (as
long as the caller’s number can be seen by
your phone).
This chapter summarises the main features
that can be used to personalise your M570
phone. These include ringtones, sounds,
themes, screensavers and backgrounds.
Personalise your phone
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5 Select the Events option. This option allows
you to set the sounds that you would like to
hear for certain events:
With this setting, ringtones are played
with a steadily increasing volume.
3 Select the Vibrator option to set the vibrate
feature for incoming calls and event/alert
sounds:
New message
The phone can play a sound when a new
message is received (SMS, EMS, MMS or
voicemail). Select this option to switch this
feature On or Off, and to Change the
sound played.
Off
Deactivates the vibrate feature.
On
Sets the phone to vibrate for an incoming
call or message.
New broadcast
The phone can play a sound when a new
broadcast message is received. Select this
option to switch this feature On or Off.
Vibrate then ring
Sets the phone to vibrate for a few seconds
before the phone starts to ring.
Low battery
The phone can play a sound when the
battery is low. Select this option to switch
this feature On or Off.
>
Volume and vibrate
4 To enter/exit silent mode, you can press
g then # from the main screen. The
silent symbol,
is displayed on the main
screen and external screen when the
phone is in silent mode.
You can change the volume of ringtones and
sounds, and set the vibrate feature.
X To set the volume and vibrate feature
1 Press g, Menu from the main screen and
select the Settings menu.
>
2 Select the Sounds option and then the
Volume option to change the volume
setting for ringtones and sounds. Use the
: and ; keys to increase and decrease
the volume level.
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>
Tip: Press the : key with the volume set
to maximum, and an arrow will appear.
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Note: This option is not available on all
models. None of the vibrate settings
affects any of the sounds settings.
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Note: If the vibrate function is set to on,
the phone will still vibrate whilst in silent
mode.
Note: If the phone is switched off, silent
mode is cancelled. This helps to ensure
no calls are missed.
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you choose how to display the image: Full
screen (resize the image to fill the screen),
Centre (centre the image on the screen),
Mosaic (tile a small image to fill the screen).
You can change the way your phone displays
information as well as the theme (colour
scheme), wallpaper and screensaver.
Screensaver
Turn this feature On or Off, set the delay
before it becomes active and assign a
screensaver picture or animation from the
phone’s memory (using Select picture). The
screensaver settings do not affect power
save mode.
X To set your phone’s displays
1 Press g, Menu from the main screen,
select the Settings menu and then select
the Display option.
2 Select from the following options to choose
your display settings:
>
External
Use this to select the type of display you
want on your phone’s external screen choose from Advanced or Simple.
Animations
Select this option to turn main menu
animations On or Off.
Backlight
You can specify default times for the
backlight on the phone.
>
Note: The backlight timer settings do not
affect the backlight settings for WAP and
games.
LCD contrast
Set the contrast of the internal colour LCD
screen.
Themes
Choose the colour scheme to be used
throughout all your phone’s menus.
Wallpaper
Turn this feature On or Off and assign a
picture from the phone’s memory (using
Select picture). The wallpaper is displayed
in the main screen. The Format option lets
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Note: When the screensaver is displayed,
press c to return to normal display.
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Display
Contacts
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Contacts
You can store up to 250 contacts in the
contacts list on your phone, as well as set
favourite numbers, attach pictures and
ringtones and define speed dials. For each
contact, you can save mobile, work and
home numbers as well as an Email address.
Phone
This option will save new contacts to your
phone by default. This allows you to save
multiple numbers for a contact.
SIM
This option will save new contacts to your
SIM card by default. You can only save one
number per entry. However, if you change
phones but keep the same SIM card, your
contacts can be copied to the other phone.
You can quickly access your contacts list by
pressing, ; from the main screen.
>
Note: For all contact phone numbers, you
must include the city or area code and
phone number. You may want to store all
contact phone numbers in international
format. That is, the international access
code (+), the country code (without
leading zeros), city or area code (some
countries require the leading zeros to be
omitted from the city/area code) and
phone number.
>
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X To add a contact
1 Press d, Contacts from the main screen
and select the Add new option.
You can choose to store contacts to your
phone or SIM card by default.
Note: When you display your contacts list,
all SIM and phone contacts are listed. SIM
contacts are identified by the SIM
icon.
2 You now enter the edit screen. Use the :
and ; keys to scroll between the fields
To set your default, press d, Contacts from
the main screen and select the Default
option:
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Tip: Whichever option you choose, you
can copy contact information between
your phone and SIM. See the Copying
contacts section on Page 42 for details.
Adding a contact
Phone contacts and SIM contacts
>
Note: The number of contacts you can
store on your SIM will vary. Check with
your network service provider.
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Field
Description
Name
For SIM and Phone Contacts:
Enter the name you wish to store for
the contact, and press g, OK. Use
the keypad as described in the
Entering text, numbers and symbols
section on Page 24, to enter the
details.
Number
3 When you have finished, press d, Save to
save the contact details.
4 For phone contacts, you will be asked to
select a favourite number for the contact.
This number is then displayed first when
calling the contact. Scroll to the number
you want to select as the favourite, and
press g, Select.
>
Note: You can store up to 250 favourite
numbers but only 10 of these can be over
32 characters long.
For SIM Contacts only:
Enter the contact’s phone number
and press g, OK.
5 The contact information is now stored.
Mobile
Number
For Phone Contacts only:
Enter the contact’s mobile phone
number and press g, OK.
X To add a contact from the main screen
1 From the main screen, enter the phone
number you wish to store.
Work
Number
For Phone Contacts only:
Enter the contact’s work phone
number and press g, OK.
Home
Number
For Phone Contacts only:
Enter the contact’s home phone
number and press g, OK.
Email
address
For Phone Contacts only:
Enter the contact’s Email address
and press g, OK. Use the keypad
as described in the Entering text,
numbers and symbols section on
Page 24, to enter the details.
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2 Press d, Options and select Save.
3 For a phone contact, select the type you
want to associate with this number
(mobile, work or home). Scroll to the type
you want and press g, Save.
4 Enter the name you want to store in the
contacts list, and press g, OK. Use the
keypad as described in the Entering text,
numbers and symbols section on Page 24,
to enter the characters.
5 The contact information is now stored.
Tip: You can send MMS
messages to an Email address.
Speed dials
>
Note: You must have a name and one
number in order to save the contact.
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Note: You can assign speed dials to SIM
contacts but this information will not be
stored in the SIM.
Contacts
and press g, Select to edit each field as
needed:
Contacts
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X To add a speed dial
1 Press d, Contacts from the main screen
and then select the Search option.
Attaching pictures and ringtones
You can attach pictures and ringtones to your
contacts. When you receive a call from the
contact, the attached picture is displayed on
the internal screen and the attached ringtone
is played (as long as the caller’s number can
be seen by your phone).
2 Type in the first letters of the name or scroll
and find the one that you want.
3 Press and hold one of the keys 2 to 9
until the key number appears on the left of
the screen, beside the name. This indicates
that the speed dial is successfully assigned.
>
>
>
Note: If the contact has more than one
phone number stored, e.g. Mobile, Work,
Home, the speed dial is linked to the
favourite number.
X To attach a picture or ringtone
1 Press d, Contacts from the main screen
and then select the Search option.
Note: 1 is normally reserved for
voicemail.
2 Type in the first letters of the name or scroll
and find the one that you want.
3 Press d, Options and select the Attach
picture option or Attach sound option as
required.
X To remove a speed dial
1 Scroll to the name in the contacts list.
2 Press and hold the number key already
assigned to the name, until the key
number is removed from the left of the
screen, beside the name.
4 Scroll through the displayed list and press
g, Select for the picture/ringtone you
want. Note that if a picture/ringtone is
already attached to the contact, this will be
highlighted first - simply select another
one if you want to change it.
X To make a call using speed dial
1 From the main screen, press and hold the
number key assigned to the contact you
want to call.
>
Note: You can attach pictures and
ringtones to SIM contacts but this
information will not be stored in the SIM.
X To unattach a picture or ringtone
1 Press d, Contacts from the main screen
and then select the Search option.
Note: If the contact has more than one
phone number stored, e.g. Mobile, Work,
Home, the favourite number is called.
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2 Type in the first letters of the name or scroll
and find the one that you want.
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3 Press d, Options and select the Favourite
option.
4 The current favourite is highlighted. Scroll
to the number you want to be the
favourite, and press g, Select.
4 Press g, OK to confirm the action.
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Tip: You can unattach all pictures and/or
all ringtones from the Pictures / Sounds
menu. See the Pictures / Sounds chapter
on Page 56 for details.
Contacts list options
When a name is highlighted in the contacts
list, press d, Options to display the menu
options listed below:
Edit contacts
X To edit contact details
1 Press d, Contacts from the main screen
and then select the Search option.
2 Type in the first letters of the name or scroll
and find the one that you want.
3 Press d, Options and select the Edit
option.
4 You now enter the Edit screen. Simply
scroll to an entry you want to change and
press g, Change.
To
Send
message
Send an SMS or MMS message
directly to this contact.
Edit
Edit the details for this contact.
Details
View the details for this contact.
Attach
picture
Attach a picture for this contact.
Attach sound Attach a ringtone for this contact.
5 Make the desired changes to the contact
details and press g, OK to accept the
change or d, Back to reject it.
6 Press d, Save to save all the changes or
c to cancel them and return to the
contacts list.
Unattach
picture
Unattach the picture for this
contact.
Unattach
sound
Unattach the ringtone for this
contact.
Copy to SIM/ Copy your contact details from
Copy to
your SIM to your phone or from
phone
your phone to your SIM. See the
Copying contacts section below for
details.
X To change a favourite number
1 Press d, Contacts from the main screen
and then select the Search option.
2 Type in the first letters of the name or scroll
and find the one that you want.
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Favourite
Select a favourite number for this
contact (phone contacts only).
Delete
Delete this contact.
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Contacts
3 Press d, Options and select the Unattach
picture option or Unattach sound option as
required.
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Finding a contact
>
Deleting contacts
You can delete contacts in one of two ways.
Note: When you display your contacts list,
all SIM and phone contacts are listed. SIM
contacts are identified by the SIM
icon.
X To delete a single contact
1 Highlight a contact in your contacts list.
2 Press d, Options and select the Delete
option.
1 Press d, Contacts from the main screen
and select the Search option.
X To delete all contacts
1 From the main Contacts menu, select the
Delete all option.
2 Type in the first letter(s) of the name or
scroll and find the one that you want.
2 You will be asked to confirm the deletion.
Press g, Yes to delete your contacts.
You can call the contact directly from here or
view the contacts list Options menu.
>
Copying contacts
You can copy contacts in one of two ways.
X To copy a single contact
1 Highlight a contact in your contacts list.
2 Press d, Options and select the Copy to
SIM or Copy to phone option as displayed.
Fixed names
This option in the main Contacts menu
provides access to a separate set of contacts,
protected by your PIN2 code. Calls and
messages are restricted to the numbers in
your fixed names contacts list.
X To copy all contacts
1 From the main Contacts menu, select the
Copy contacts option.
2 You will be asked to confirm the copy.
>
This feature can be useful, for example, for
parents who want to restrict calls and
messages for their children, or for corporate
use.
Note: If you are storing your contacts to
your SIM, you will copy all your phone
contacts (favourite numbers only) to your
SIM. Similarly, if you are storing your
contacts on your phone, you will copy all
your SIM contacts to your phone.
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Note: If you are storing your contacts to
your SIM, only the SIM contacts are
deleted. Similarly, if you are storing your
contacts on your phone, only the phone
contacts are deleted.
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Note: Emergency numbers and use of the
WAP browser are NOT restricted by the
fixed names feature.
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Your PIN2 code
Your PIN2 (Personal Identity Number) code is
a code that you can use to protect your
phone. If you enter the wrong PIN2 code
three times, the PIN2 code is locked and you
may be asked to enter a PUK2 (Personal
Unlock Key) code.
2 Select On and enter your PIN2 code (see
the Your PIN2 code section below) to
activate the feature.
3 You will only have access to your fixed
name contacts and you will only have
access to a limited Contacts menu.
The PIN and PUK codes may be listed in the
information that you received with your SIM
card or they may only be available from your
network service provider (these may be
different for PIN and PIN2).
4 You can use the Contacts menu options in
the same way as the normal contacts
feature. However, adding, changing and
deleting contacts will require the PIN2
code.
>
>
Note: All fixed name contacts are stored
in your SIM only.
Further Contacts menu options
The Contacts menu also provides the
following options:
X To disable the fixed names feature
1 Select the Fixed names option from the
Contacts menu and select Off to
deactivate the feature - you will be asked
for your PIN2 code.
Memory
Display the number of contact entries in
your phone and SIM (for example, 50/250
means you have used 50 of 250 possible
entries).
2 When you return to your normal contacts
list, the fixed names contacts are available
for use. However, deleting or changing
these contacts will require the PIN2 code.
[[[
Note: Sendo cannot provide your PIN or
PUK codes.
Service numbers
Your network service provider may have
pre-programmed some useful numbers
into your SIM card. These numbers
normally give access to special services. For
more information contact your service
provider.
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Contacts
X To use the fixed names feature
1 Select the Fixed names option from the
Contacts menu.
Contacts
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>
Note: This option is only displayed if your
network service provider supports service
numbers.
My number
Your own mobile phone number may be
available through the My number option. If
a number or name is listed here, select
Consult, press d, Options and select
Details to display your phone number
(press c to return to previous screens).
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Games
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The object of the
game is to build a
virtual farm where
you’re the farmer.
You can grow crops,
rear livestock and sell
your produce at the
local shop. The more
care you take of the
farm, the more money you can make, and
the bigger and better the farm can become.
Your ultimate aim is to win all 8 farming
trophies available.
Funny Farmer - Build and manage your
own virtual farm and even play against
other gamers using a remote account. See
the Funny Farmer section below.
Solitaire - The classic kill-time card game.
See the Solitaire section on Page 48.
Sumito - Quick thinking, puzzle action. See
the Sumito section on Page 49.
Tenpin - Score the perfect 300 in this
classic tenpin bowling game. See the
Tenpin section on Page 49.
Splat - Stop the moles from digging up
your garden. Fast paced, hard hitting
action. See the Splat section on Page 50.
X To start a game of Funny Farmer
1 From the Games / Applications menu,
scroll to the Funny Farmer game and press
g, Launch.
Note: The actual games supplied with
your phone is dependent on your network
service provider. Check the Games /
Applications menu to see what games are
listed.
2 Scroll to New game to start a new game or
Continue to continue a previously saved
game, and press g, Ok.
X To play Funny Farmer
When the game begins you have a small
amount of money available. Use this cash to
buy any seeds you can afford at the shop.
You must plant the seeds and water them in
order to grow produce which you can sell
back to the shop. As you sell the produce and
make more money you will be able to afford
more seeds, chickens, cows and even add
extensions to your farm.
You can download other Java games to your
phone directly from the Internet. See the Java
chapter on Page 54 for details of how to
install and remove games and applications
on your phone.
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Games
Funny Farmer
The M570 comes with some great games for
you to play:
Games
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Funny Farmer options
Tip: You can save the game at any time
and return to it later by pressing d,
Options and selecting Save and exit.
Press d, Options to display the following list
of options:
Use the keypad to move the farmer up
2, down 8, left 4 and right 6.
Press 5 to perform an action. For
example, if you are standing next to a crop
when you press 5, the crop is watered.
To end the day, use the keypad to take the
farmer to the bedroom, face the bed and
then press 5. If you don’t do this, the day
ends when the clock reaches 22:00.
Press d, Options to exit the game. You
can choose whether you want to save your
current game or not.
Press g, Items to check your full inventory
and current status.
Press 1 at any time for Help.
There are some occasions when pressing
5 results in a choice. For example, when
you are in the shop you can either buy or
sell. You can also choose what you want to
buy or sell, and in what quantity. Use the
up : and down ; keys to make your
selections and press g, Ok to confirm.
In a shop, press the f key to scroll a name
that does not display fully on the screen.
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Services
Account details - Display your username
and password if you have set up a remote
account.
Upload status - Upload the current game
status to your remote account.
Challenge details - Display the current
challenge details (if you are taking part in a
challenge).
Save and Exit
Save the current game and exit Funny
Farmer.
Exit
Exit Funny Farmer without saving the game.
Remote Account
Funny Farmer allows you to play against
other gamers using a remote account. Once
you have set up an account, you can rank
your Funny Farmer games against other
players and play challenges.
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Note: Remote accounts and details of the
facilities and costs is dependent on your
network service provider. Contact your
service provider for further information.
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X To start a new challenge
1 Select the Start new challenge option when
you start Funny Farmer.
2 Press g, Ok and enter a username.
2 A list of currently available challenges is
sent to the game. Challenges arrive in the
form of the challenge name and
description.
3 Press g, Ok and you will then be
prompted to select a connection profile.
Your username is sent to the Funny Farmer
registration server, which will verify that the
name is unique and valid. If the username
passes these checks an account will be
created for you. If not, an error message is
sent back, prompting you to retry.
3 Scroll to the challenge you wish to play
and press g, Ok.
Once a challenge is accepted a new game
starts and a separate saved game is
created. This can be saved without
overwriting the main game. This way, you
can switch between the main game and
challenge game without affecting either.
Upon successful registration, your username
and password are sent back to the game.
You can view your username and password
by selecting the Account details option from
the Services menu.
The challenge details can be recalled by
selecting the Challenge details option from
the Services menu.
X To rank your performance
1 Select the Upload status option from the
Services menu.
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The entire game status (of the current
game) is uploaded to the game server.
You will then receive a high score based
on your game progress and your current
and previous ranking compared to other
players.
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Note: You can only take part in one
challenge at a time.
4 Select the Upload game status option from
the Services menu to update the game
server with your current challenge status.
The server will then check to see if you
have met the challenge criteria.
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Games
X To set up a remote account
1 Select the Upload status option from the
Services menu.
Games
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X Rules of the game
 You can build column stacks and suit
stacks:
Column Stacks - Cards are stacked in
descending order, alternating between red
cards and black cards. For example, you
can move the five of diamonds to the six of
spades. You use the column stacks to free
up cards that you need to build the suit
stacks.
Solitaire
From the Games /
Applications menu,
scroll to the Solitaire
game and press g,
Launch. To start a
new game, scroll to
NEW GAME and
press g.
The object of the
game is to use all the cards in the deck to
build up the four suit stacks in ascending
order, beginning with the aces.
Suit Stacks - Cards are stacked in
ascending order, beginning with aces. For
example, you can move the two of
diamonds to the ace of diamonds.
X To play Solitaire
 Each card stack has a keypad character
next to it. To move a card simply press the
character on the keypad to select the card
you want to move, then press the character
of the stack you want to move it to. If the
card cannot be moved then it will stay
where it is. For example, to move an ace
card from the deck to the suit stack
marked 8, press * to select the ace and
then 8 to move it to the suit stack.
 Press c to cancel a card selection.
 When you have moved all the cards you
can, press ; to turn over the next set of
cards on the deck.
 The game can be paused by pressing g
or d. Once paused, you can RESUME,
start a NEW GAME or EXIT - press g to
confirm your choice.
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The top card on the deck (facing up) is the
only card from the deck that can be
moved.
You can move a card from the deck to a
column stack or suit stack.
You can move a card from a column stack
to a suit stack or vice versa.
You can also move a card (or set of cards)
from a column stack to another column
stack. For example, you can move a set of
cards containing a black 9 and red 8, to a
red 10 on another column stack.
After moving a card from a column stack,
the next card is turned over.
When a column stack is empty, you can
move a king (along with any cards that
might be in its stack) to the empty column
stack.
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Tenpin
From the Games /
Applications menu,
scroll to the Sumito
game and press g,
Launch. To start a
new game, scroll to
NEW GAME and
press g.
From the Games /
Applications menu,
scroll to the Tenpin
game and press g,
Launch. To start a
new game, scroll to
New and press g.
The object of the
game is to knock as
many of the pins down as possible. The game
is played over 10 frames and in each frame
you have two attempts to knock down all of
the pins.
The object of the
game is to arrange the building blocks that
fall down the screen, so that they interlock to
form one or more continuous horizontal
lines. Once a line has been formed, it will be
removed and all the blocks above it will fall
down a line. You will be awarded points for
each block positioned and each line formed.
The game ends when the blocks reach the top
of the play area.
You can position the ball on the lane by
pressing 4 or 6 to move across the lane.
To bowl the ball straight press 5 when the
Swing bar is positioned in the centre of the
bowling ball.
Use the keypad to control the game:
To bowl at an angle press 5 when the
Swing bar is to the left or right of the bowling
ball.
4 - Move the block left.
6 - Move the block right .
The game can be paused by pressing the c
key.
2 - Rotate the block.
8 - Drop the block faster.
Try to get the top score of 300 and enter your
name on the Hi-score table!
5 - Drop the block into place.
d - Pause or exit the game.
Type your name using the keypad and press
g, OK to see the Hi-score table. Press OK
again to return to the game menu.
Your score and the game status are shown at
the side of the display. The shape of the next
block is also shown. The level of difficulty will
increase the longer the game is played.
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Games
Sumito
Games
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Splat
hi-score table. Type your name using the
keypad and select g, OK when finished.
From the Games /
Applications menu,
scroll to the Splat
game and press g,
Launch. To start a
new game, scroll to
New and press g.
You will start on level
1. When you are
ready to play, press any key.
Volume
In the Games / Applications menu, highlight
the Tenpin or Splat game, press d, Options
and select the Volume option. Set the volume
level for game sounds and music (Mute,
Quiet, Normal, Loud).
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The object of the game is to stop the moles
from digging up your garden. You will see a
3x3 grid of mole holes; when you see a mole
peep through the hole, hit it by pressing the
appropriate 1 to 9 key. For example, if
a mole appears in the middle hole, press 5
because it is positioned in the middle of the
1 to 9 keys.
Points are awarded for each mole hit. Watch
out for surrender flags, if you hit a mole that
has surrendered, points will be deducted
from your score. Your score and the game
status are shown at the bottom of the display.
The game can be paused by pressing the c
key.
At the end of a level you will receive a bonus
according to your accuracy. Get an accuracy
score of 70% or more to progress to the next
level.
The game ends when you fail to progress to
the next level or you complete the final level.
You may be able to enter your name on the
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Note: The volume setting made here only
applies to the Tenpin and Splat games
supplied with your phone.
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Applications
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
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2
Calculator - A calculator with all the basic
arithmetic functions. See the Calculator
section below.
Converter - Convert currency, length,
weight, temperature and many more with
this converter tool. See the Converter
section on Page 52.
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Note: The actual applications supplied
with your phone is dependent on your
network service provider. Check the
Games / Applications menu to see what
applications are listed.
4
5
You can download other Java applications to
your phone directly from the Internet. See the
Java section on Page 54 for details of how to
install and remove applications and games
on your phone.
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Calculator
You can use the calculator to perform
standard arithmetic such as addition,
subtraction, multiplication, and division.
mathematical symbols that you can use
are displayed.
Use the phone’s keypad to enter a
number. Press the * key to insert a
decimal point. If you make a mistake,
press the clear key c to erase the last digit
entered or press the # key to clear the
current calculation and start again.
Use the : and ; keys to scroll through
the mathematical symbols to the one that
you want, and press f.
Enter another number using the numeric
keypad.
Use the : and ; keys to scroll to the =
symbol, and press f to perform the
calculation.
Tip: You can perform several
calculations, one after the other.
Note: The calculator has limited
accuracy, and rounding errors may
occur.
6 Press d, Options and select Exit to exit the
calculator.
X To use the memory functions
 Select M+ (Memory Add) to add a number
to the number already in the memory.
 Select MR (Memory Recall) to recall a
number from memory.
 Select MC (Memory Clear) to clear the
memory. Note that the memory is also
cleared when you exit the calculator.
X To use the calculator
1 From the Games / Applications menu,
scroll to the Calculator option and press
g, Launch.
When you open the calculator, you can
see a blank sheet where calculations will
be performed. Under this, the
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Applications
The M570 comes with some very useful
applications:
Applications
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6 Use the : and ; keys to scroll to the next
Unit field.
Converter
Use the converter to convert:











7 Use the 4 and 6 keys to scroll through
a list of available units. Highlight the unit
that you want to convert to.
Area
Currency
Energy
Length
Mass
Power
Pressure
Temperature
Time
Velocity
Volume
8 Use the : and ; keys to scroll to the first
Value field, and enter the numerical value
you want to convert, using the phone’s
keypad. The converted value is displayed
in the second Value field.
You can insert a decimal point in a value
by pressing the * key. To insert a
negative value, use the # key.
Currency conversion
The currency converter can be used in the
same way as the other conversion types.
However, before you can start currency
conversions you need to download the latest
exchange rates from the currency server, or
find them out for yourself and enter them
manually.
X To use the converter
1 From the Games / Applications menu,
scroll to the Converter option and press
g, Launch.
2 Use the : and ; keys to scroll between
the fields.
X To download exchange rates
1 In the converter, press g, Options.
3 The top field is the conversion type (Area,
Currency, etc.). Use the 4 and 6 keys
to scroll through a list of possible
conversion types.
2 Scroll to the Download rates option and
press g, Ok to download the current
exchange rates from the currency server.
Press g, Agree to confirm.
4 Use the : and ; keys to scroll to the first
Unit field (Square mm, Square cm, etc.).
5 Use the 4 and 6 keys to scroll through
a list of available units. Highlight the unit
that you want to convert from.
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Note: You may be charged for
connecting to the network to download
exchange rates.
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X To manage your currencies
1 You can restrict the currencies displayed in
the currency converter.
Note: Currency data is available only on
an 'as is' basis without any warranty.
Sendo obtains currency data from third
party sources and is not responsible for
the timeliness, accuracy, reliability or
completeness of the currency data. Sendo
does not warrant that access to the
currency data will be uninterrupted or
error-free. For details of the currency rate
provider, please refer to the information
provided when downloading rates.
2 In the converter, press g, Options.
3 Scroll to the Currency manager option and
press g, Ok.
4 Scroll through the list of currencies and
check the box next to each currency you
want to display in the converter. Use the
5 key to check and uncheck a currency
box.
X To set the exchange rates manually
1 In the converter, press g, Options.
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2 Scroll to the Edit rates option and press
g, Ok.
5 When you have finished, press g, Ok to
update your currency list.
3 Scroll to the Code or Name field and use
the 4 and 6 keys to scroll through the
list of currencies. Highlight the currency
that you want to set the rate for.
4 Scroll down to the Value field and enter the
exchange rate against U.S. Dollars (USD).
Press g, Ok to save the new rate. For
example, if 1 U.S. Dollar is currently equal
to approximately 0.625 UK pounds
sterling (GBP), you should enter 0.625 as
the exchange rate for the UK pound
sterling.
5 Repeat the above steps for all currencies
that you want to perform conversions on.
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field.
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Applications
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Java
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Java
X To download and install a Java file
 Using the WAP browser, simply go to the
WAP page containing the Java file and it
will be downloaded to your phone. You
can change the filename if you wish. Press
g, Save to save and install the Java game
or application.
The Games / Applications menu also allows
you to manage the Java games and
applications that came with your phone, as
well as any you have downloaded.
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Tip: A Java file designed for use on a
mobile phone is sometimes known as a
MIDlet.
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Downloading and installing
You can download compatible Java games
and applications to your phone, directly from
the Internet. For example, check out:
wap.sendo.com from your phone, or

www.sendo.com/shop from a PC or Mac
!
>
>
Warning: Games and applications which
have not been supplied by Sendo are not
guaranteed to work correctly, and you
install them at your own risk. Product
failures caused by any game or
application not approved by Sendo will
not be covered by your warranty.
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Note: The maximum Java file size
supported by the M570 phone is 100KB.
However, this may be limited further by
your network. Contact your network
service provider for details.
The Games / Applications menu may also
have a Download more option provided by
your network service provider. Select this
option to launch the WAP browser and
open an internet page containing details
of Java games and applications for your
phone.
Note: This menu option is only available
if supported by your network service
provider. Also, you may be charged for
the WAP connection and/or any Java
games and applications you receive. For
more details, please contact your service
provider.
Deleting
Note: If you experience any problems
with downloaded content, please contact
the content provider.
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Note: Extra games and applications
consume memory. If the phone starts to
run low on memory, you may have to
remove a Java game or application that
you have installed.
You can delete one or more Java games and
applications from your phone.
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2 Press d, Options and select the Delete
option. This will delete the highlighted
game/application.
X To delete all Java file
1 In the Games / Applications menu,
highlight any Java game/application.
2 Press d, Options and select the Delete all
option. This will delete all the Java games
and applications installed on your phone.
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Tip: To prevent your downloaded Java
files being deleted, you can lock the file.
Simply highlight the Java file, press d,
Options and select the Lock option.
Select this
To
Lock
Lock or Unlock the highlighted file.
A locked file cannot be deleted.
Sort
Sort the Java games and
applications into alphabetical
order or sort by time (newest to
oldest).
Delete all
Delete all unlocked Java files. Note
that all games and applications
supplied with your phone cannot
be deleted.
Memory
Display the total, used and free
memory for Java games and
applications.
Data
accounts
Select the data account to use for
network access by Java games and
applications. See the Data
accounts section on Page 64 for
details on data accounts.
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Note: All games and applications
supplied with your phone cannot be
deleted.
Options
In the Games / Applications menu, press d,
Options to display the menu options listed
below:
Select this
To
Delete
Delete the highlighted file.
Details
Display Java details (status, size,
etc.) for the highlighted file.
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X To delete a single Java file
1 In the Games / Applications menu, scroll
to the Java game/application you want to
delete.
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Note: The data account used
must be for use by Java games
and applications. This may be
the same account as used for
WAP access. Contact your
network service provider for
details.
Pictures / Sounds
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Pictures / Sounds
X To receive, download and save a picture
 If you receive a picture in an EMS or MMS
message, press d, Options and select the
Save picture option.
 To download a picture using the WAP
browser, simply go to a WAP page
containing the picture and it will be
downloaded to your phone. You can
change the filename if you wish. Press g,
Save to save the picture.
 You can also save pictures displayed on a
WAP page. Simply highlight the picture,
press d, Options and select the Save as
option. You can change the filename if
you wish. Press g, Save to save the
picture.
Select Pictures / Sounds from the main menu.
This menu allows you to manage the pictures
and sounds on your phone.
Pictures
You can send pictures in EMS and MMS
messages, or attach pictures to any main
menu item, the wallpaper, the screensaver or
to a contact in your contacts list.
The M570 supports standard EMS, GIF (as
well as animated GIF), JPEG, BMP, WBMP,
and PNG picture formats.
Downloading, receiving and saving
You can download compatible pictures to
your phone, directly from the Internet or save
pictures contained in an EMS or MMS
message. For example, check out:
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wap.sendo.com from your phone, or
www.sendo.com/shop from a PC or Mac
!
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
Warning: Pictures which have not been
supplied by Sendo are not guaranteed to
work correctly, and you install them at
your own risk. Product failures caused by
any picture not approved by Sendo will
not be covered by your warranty.
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Note: If you experience any problems
with downloaded content, please contact
the content provider.
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Note: Pictures consume memory. If the
phone starts to run low on memory, you
may have to remove a picture that you
have saved.
The Pictures menu may also have a
Download more option provided by your
network service provider. Select this option
to launch the WAP browser and open an
internet page containing details of pictures
for your phone.
Note: This menu option is only available
if supported by your network service
provider. Also, you may be charged for
the WAP connection and/or any pictures
you receive. For more details, please
contact your service provider.
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Select this
From the Pictures / Sounds menu, select the
Pictures option to display all your pictures.
You can view the pictures in full screen mode
by pressing g, View. Use the : and ; keys
to view each picture in turn.
Use the : and ; keys to choose a picture
and press g or d, Options to display the
menu options listed below:
Select this
Details
Display picture details (format, size,
etc.) for the highlighted picture.
Display
Select how you want to display your
pictures in the pictures list:
 Off - Display picture name only.
 Thumbnails - Display picture
name and thumbnail.
 Full screen - Display pictures in
full screen mode.
Sort
Sort the pictures into alphabetical
order or sort by time (newest to
oldest).
Delete all
Delete all unlocked pictures.
Memory
Display the amount of used
memory and free memory on your
phone.
To
Send as EMS Send the picture in an EMS text
message.
Send as
MMS
Send the picture in an MMS
message.
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Attach
To
Unattach all Remove the association of all
pictures to all items. Press g, OK
to confirm.
Note: Only the compatible
option (EMS or MMS) is
displayed. Also, you may be
prevented from sending items
that are copy protected.
Used to attach the selected picture
to, for example, a menu or contact.
See the Attaching a picture section
on Page 57.
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Note: If you delete any pictures supplied
with your phone, you can download them
again from wap.sendo.com
Unattach
Remove the association of the
selected picture with an item.
Attaching a picture
Rename
Rename the selected picture.
From the menu described above, select the
Attach option.
Delete
Delete the selected picture.
Lock
Lock or Unlock the picture. A locked
picture cannot be deleted.
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From the menu that follows, it is possible to
attach a picture to any main menu item, the
wallpaper, the screensaver or to a contact in
your contacts list. Make your choice using the
: and ; keys and press g, Select.
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Pictures / Sounds
Managing your pictures
Pictures / Sounds
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X To receive, download and save a ringtone
 If you receive a ringtone in an EMS or MMS
message, press d, Options and select the
Save ringtone or Save sound option.
 Using the WAP browser, simply go to a
WAP page containing the ringtone and it
will be downloaded to your phone. You
can change the filename if you wish. Press
g, Save to save the ringtone.
If you select the Contacts or Main menu
option a new sub-menu will be displayed.
Select the contact or menu name you would
like to attach the picture to.
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Note: To display pictures in the main
menu, animations will be set to Off. See
the Display settings section on Page 61
for details.
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Sounds
You can send sounds in EMS and MMS
messages, or attach ringtones to a contact in
your contacts list.
The M570 supports standard EMS and MMS
sounds, AMR, SMAF and sp-midi polyphonic
ringtones, plus i-melody and Standard Smart
Messaging monophonic ringtones.

Downloading, receiving and saving
You can download compatible ringtones to
your phone, directly from the Internet or save
ringtones contained in an EMS or MMS
message. For example, check out:
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wap.sendo.com from your phone, or
www.sendo.com/shop from a PC or Mac
!
Warning: Ringtones which have not been
supplied by Sendo are not guaranteed to
work correctly, and you install them at
your own risk. Product failures caused by
any ringtone not approved by Sendo will
not be covered by your warranty.
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Note: Ringtones consume memory. If the
phone starts to run low on memory, you
may have to remove a ringtone that you
have saved.
The Sounds menu may also have a
Download more option provided by your
network service provider. Select this option
to launch the WAP browser and open an
internet page containing details of
ringtones for your phone.
Note: This menu option is only available
if supported by your network service
provider. Also, you may be charged for
the WAP connection and/or any ringtones
you receive. For more details, please
contact your service provider.
Managing your sounds
From the Pictures / Sounds menu, select the
Sounds option to display all your sounds. You
can play the sounds by pressing g, Play.
Use the : and ; keys to play each sound in
turn.
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Select this
To
Volume
Change the volume setting for
ringtones and sounds. Use the :
and ; keys to increase and
decrease the volume level.
To
Sort
Sort the sounds into alphabetical
order or sort by date (ascending or
descending).
Delete all
Delete all unlocked sounds.
Memory
Display the amount of used
memory and free memory on your
phone.
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Set as ringer Set this sound as the main ringtone
for your phone.
Send as
MMS
Select this
Send the sound in an MMS
message.
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Attaching a ringtone
Note: You may be prevented
from sending items that are
copy protected.
Attach
Attach the selected sound to a
contact in your contacts list. See the
Attaching a ringtone section on
Page 59.
Unattach
Remove the association of the
selected sound with a contact.
Rename
Rename the selected sound.
Delete
Delete the selected sound.
Lock
Lock or Unlock the sound. A locked
sound cannot be deleted.
From the menu described above, select the
Attach option. Scroll through the list of
contacts and press g, Select to attach the
ringtone. If the contact has more than one
number (Mobile, Work, Home), scroll to the
number you want and press g, Select.
The ringtone will only be played when a call
is received from the individual contact/
number (as long as the caller’s number can
be seen by your phone).
Unattach all Remove the association of all
sounds to all contacts. Press g,
OK to confirm.
Details
Note: If you delete any sounds supplied
with your phone, you can download them
again from wap.sendo.com
Display sound details (format, size,
etc.) for the highlighted sound.
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Pictures / Sounds
Use the : and ; keys to choose a sound
and press d, Options to display the menu
options listed below:
Settings
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Settings
Select Settings from the main menu. This
menu allows you to define the settings for
your phone.
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Auto update
You can update the time and date
automatically from the network. Select On
to use the time and date from the network,
select Off to never use the time and date
from the network, or select Confirm to
check the time and date from the network
before any update.
Note: The contents of the Settings menu
may vary by network service provider.
Please review your phone’s menu to
determine the menu items and features
available on your phone.
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Languages
This menu allows you to change the
language on the phone.
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Display clock
Turn the time display on the external and
internal screen On or Off.
Tip: If the phone language is changed by
mistake, press and hold * in the main
screen to display the language list. Scroll
to the language you want (using : and
;) and press g.
Alarm
You can use your phone as an alarm clock.
Set the alarm to On and enter the time when
you require the phone to ring (in 24 hour
format). When it rings press:
Time/Date
Select this menu to set the time and date on
your phone. The options are:
d, Off to switch it off, or
Set time
Enter the time and press g, OK. The time
will be stored.
g, Snooze to stop the alarm for ten minutes.
The alarm will then sound again.
Please observe the following notes:
Set date
Enter the date and press g, OK. The date
will be stored.
Note
When activated, the alarm will sound for
approximately 45 seconds before switching off (if you
do not press d, Off or g, Snooze).
Time format
Use this to choose whether to display the
time in AM/PM or 24hr format.
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Note: The availability of this service will
vary, please check with your network
service provider.
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If the alarm activates during a call, the phone will
beep and the display will flash to indicate that the
alarm is active. As described above, press d, Off to
switch it off, or g, Snooze to stop the alarm for ten
minutes.
Themes
Select this option to choose the theme
(colour scheme) to be used throughout all
your phone’s menus.
If the volume is set to silent mode, the alarm will
activate but there will be no sound. The phone will still
vibrate if the vibrate feature is on.
Wallpaper
Select this option to turn this feature On or
Off and assign a picture from the phone’s
memory (using Select picture). The
wallpaper is displayed in the main screen.
The Format option lets you choose how to
display the image: Full screen (resize the
image to fill the screen), Centre (centre the
image on the screen), Mosaic (tile a small
image to fill the screen).
The alarm will sound even if the phone is switched off.
The phone will power on (if battery power is
available) but you will not be able to receive or make
calls. If the volume was set to silent mode before the
phone was switched off, the alarm will still sound as
silent mode is cancelled when the phone is switched
off. Once the alarm finishes, the phone will switch off
automatically.
Screensaver
Select this option to turn this feature On or
Off, set the Delay before it becomes active
and assign a screensaver picture or
animation from the phone’s memory (using
Select picture). The screensaver is displayed
when the phone is open and has been idle
for the set delay.
Display
This menu allows you to change the settings
for your phone’s displays. The options are as
follows:
External
Use this to select the type of display you
want on your phone’s external screen choose from Advanced or Simple.
>
Backlight
You can specify default times for the
backlight on the phone.
>
Note: When the screensaver is displayed,
press c to return to normal display.
The screensaver settings do not affect
power save mode.
Note: The backlight timer settings do not
affect the backlight settings for WAP and
games.
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Animations
Select this option to turn main menu
animations On or Off.
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LCD contrast
Set the contrast of the internal colour LCD
screen using the : and ; keys.
Note
Settings
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>
Sounds
This menu allows you to change the settings
for your phone’s sounds. The options are
listed below.
?
Ringer
Select this option to set the main ringtone for
incoming calls. Scroll through the list of
ringtones - as you pause on each ringtone, it
will be played. Press g, Select to select the
ringtone.
?
This menu allows you to set the type of
keypad tones that you would like to hear
when pressing the keys:
Tip: You can also set ringtones for
individual contacts. See the Attaching a
ringtone section on Page 59 for details.
Off
No sound emitted on a key press.
On
Short, low volume tone.
Select this option to change the volume
setting for ringtones and sounds. Use the :
and ; keys to increase and decrease the
volume level.
DTMF
These are standard tones, as used in touch
tone phones. Each number has its own
specific tone.
Note: The earpiece volume can be
adjusted during a call. Press : to make
the speech louder and ; to make it
quieter.
On/Off melody
The phone can play a melody whenever you
switch it on or off. Select this option to switch
this feature On or Off.
To enter/exit silent mode, you can press g
then # from the main screen. The silent
symbol,
is displayed on the main screen
and external screen when the phone is in
silent mode.
>
Flip melody
The phone can play a melody whenever you
open or close the flip. Select this option to
switch this feature On or Off.
Note: If the vibrate function is set to on,
the phone will still vibrate whilst in silent
mode.
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Tip: Press the : key with the volume set
to maximum, and an arrow will appear.
With this setting, ringtones are played
with a steadily increasing volume.
Key Tones
Volume
>
Note: If the phone is switched off, silent
mode is cancelled. This helps to ensure
no calls are missed.
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Select this menu to set the vibrate function for
incoming calls and alert sounds:
Off
Deactivates the vibrate function.
Advanced
On
Sets the phone to vibrate for an incoming
calls or messages.
Select this menu to define how you deal with
incoming calls and to set your security
settings. The options are as follows:
Vibrate then ring
Sets the phone to vibrate for a few seconds
before the phone starts to ring.
>
Active flip
When active flip is activated, all incoming
calls are accepted automatically when you
open the phone. Closing the phone ends a
call.
Note: This option is not available on all
models. None of the vibrate settings
affects any of the sounds settings.
Auto redial
When auto redial is activated, the phone
will automatically redial a number when the
call attempt fails. If the other user’s phone
is busy, the phone will wait a few seconds
before each attempt, and then beep when
it succeeds.
Events
This menu allows you to set the sounds that
you would like to hear for certain events:
New message
The phone can play a sound when a new
message is received (SMS, EMS, MMS or
voicemail). Select this option to switch this
feature On or Off, and to Change the
sound played.
Auto answer
This function is only applicable when
certain hands-free accessories (for
example, a personal hands-free headset)
are connected to the phone. When you
receive an incoming call with this feature
activated, the phone rings three times
before automatically accepting the call.
New broadcast
The phone can play a sound when a new
broadcast message is received. Select this
option to switch this feature On or Off.
Low battery
The phone can play a sound when the
battery is low. Select this option to switch
this feature On or Off.
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Note: Alert sounds can only be applied to
those services supported by your network
service provider. When roaming, certain
services may not be supported. Contact
your service provider for details
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Settings
>
Vibrator
Settings
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Any key answer
When this function is activated, you can
answer an incoming call by pressing any
key, except d, Reject.
Change PIN2
Some network services require a separate
security code - the PIN2 code. Select this
option to change your PIN2 code.
Security
Used to define your PIN security settings.
See the Security section below for details.
To activate, deactivate or change the PIN
code, you need to enter the current PIN code.
To change the PIN2 code, you need to enter
the current PIN2 code. If you don’t know your
PIN code or PIN2 code, contact your network
service provider.
Factory settings
Select this option to reset the phone’s
settings to their original values. Press g,
OK to confirm the reset.
>
If you enter the wrong PIN or PIN2 code three
times, the SIM card is locked and you may be
asked to enter a PUK (Personal Unlock Key)
code - these may be different for PIN and
PIN2. The PUK codes may be listed in the
information that you received with your SIM
card or they may only be available from your
network service provider.
Note: Not all settings can be restored to
their original values.
Security
The Security menu under Advanced settings is
used to define your PIN settings. Your PIN
(Personal Identity Number) is a code that you
can use to protect your phone against
unwanted use. This is the number that the
phone may ask for at switch on. The options
are as follows (depending on what PIN
activation settings you have selected):
>
Note: Sendo cannot provide your PIN or
PUK codes. Contact your network service
provider for information.
Data accounts
Select this option to define the accounts used
for MMS and WAP services. These settings
may have already been configured on your
phone by your network service provider. If
your phone is not configured already, the
fastest and easiest way to do this is to visit:
Activate PIN
Enter your PIN at switch on (if your SIM card
supports this).
Deactivate PIN
You do not have to enter your PIN at switch
on.
http://www.sendo.com/config
Change PIN
Select this to change your PIN code.
to automatically configure your settings. The
Sendo Easy Configurator sends an SMS
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Connect. type
Select whether to use a GSM, GPRS, or CSD
connection. To use GPRS, you must have a
GPRS subscription. Please check with your
network service provider.
Data accounts are grouped into profiles. A
profile is a collection of settings for network
access. Select an account from the list
displayed to change the current settings, or
select Add new to define a new account. The
settings are as follows:
Voice mail
Select this option to enter/change your voice
mailbox number. This number is available
from your network service provider.
>
Name
A name for the account.
Username
The username to log on to the external data
network.
Password
The password to log on to the external data
network. Enter your password and press
g, OK to save.
Access point
If you are using a GPRS connection, use this
option to specify the GPRS access point
name.
Dial up number
If you are using a GSM connection, use this
option to specify the dial up number.
Dial type
If you are using a GSM connection, use this
option to specify whether you want to use
an Analog or an ISDN connection. Press
g, OK to save your selection.
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Note: Voice mail is a network service. You
may have to subscribe to this service and
it may not be available when roaming.
Check with your network service provider
for details.
Settings
message to your phone containing the
settings you require. Alternatively, you can
ask your network service provider to send you
this information (if available).
Services
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Services
Select Services from the main menu. This
menu allows you to set up network services
such as call waiting.
>
Mode
Automatic - Sets the search mode to
automatic. The phone searches all
available networks and automatically
selects one.
 Manual - Sets the search mode to manual.
This allows you to search available
networks and select one - see below for
details.
Search
 Searches for and then displays all
available networks.
 If you are in manual mode (see above)
then you can select a network which will
become your default network. To do this,
scroll through the network list (using :
and ;) and press g, Select on the
network that you wish to use. Once you
select a network, your phone will always
try to select this network. Network selection
stays manual until you switch to automatic
mode.

Note: The contents of this menu may vary
by network service provider. Please
review your phone’s menu to determine
the menu items and features available on
your phone.
Commands
This menu allows you to send special
commands to the network to get specific
information. This could be information such
as the time and date, your own phone
number, or the amount of credit remaining
on your SIM card.
The commands, and whether this feature is
available, can be obtained from your
network service provider.
You can store the number of the command
and a name. Once stored, scroll to the
command and press g, Send to get the
required information from the network.
Send number
This menu allows you to select whether you
hide your identity or not when you call
someone. The options are as follows:
Network sel. (selection)
This menu allows you to choose how the
phone searches for the network. The options
are as follows:
>
Network
This sets the phone to the Network default
setting.
Note: The ability to select alternative
networks will depend on the service, or
roaming, agreement of your network
service provider.
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Your telephone number is sent to your
correspondent when you call.
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This network feature allows you to divert your
incoming calls to your voice mailbox or to
another number. The options are as follows:
Cost/timers
>
This menu contains information on the
amount of time you have spent on calls and
the amount of data transferred using GPRS.
The options are as follows:
If busy
When activated, calls will be diverted if you
are already in a call.
Outgoing
Displays the total time that you have spent
on your phone on outgoing calls.
If no answer
When activated, calls will be diverted if you
do not answer your phone.
Incoming
Displays the total time that you have spent
on your phone on incoming calls.
Unreachable
When activated, calls will be diverted if your
phone is off or if you are out of coverage.
GPRS data
Displays the amount of data transferred
using GPRS services.
>
All conditional
When activated, the calls which you have
specified here are diverted. Select voice,
fax, data or all calls.
Note: The actual time/data invoiced for
calls and services by your network service
provider may vary, depending on
network features to which you subscribe,
rounding off, taxes and other fees and
charges.
All calls
When activated, all of your incoming calls
will be diverted.
For each of the above, you can check,
activate or cancel the service.
Press d, Reset to reset a counter to zero.
>
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Note: Your network may not support all
of these features. Any unsupported
features will not be shown in the menu.
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Note: Certain divert features may not be
available if roaming on another network.
Contact your network service provider for
details.
Services
Divert
Off
Your telephone number is not sent to your
correspondent when you call.
Services
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Call waiting
This menu allows you to activate or deactivate
the call waiting feature. For more information
on call waiting, please see the Answering a
call section on Page 12.
>
Note: Call waiting is a network service.
You may have to subscribe to this service
and it may not be available when
roaming. Check with your service
provider for details.
Broadcast
Your network service provider may offer Cell
Broadcast messages. This could be
information on the traffic, weather, events, or
local information which is broadcast by the
network to all mobiles in a specific area.
When you activate this feature, you may
receive messages about the selected topic.
Contact your service provider for more
details.
>
Note: This is a network service which may
not always be available. Check with your
service provider.
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Troubleshooting
Possible cause
Possible corrective action
Phone does not power Delay in phone powering on
on/does not charge
No action required. Your M570 phone may take a few
seconds to power up, this is normal.
Fully charge the battery and then press d.
Battery empty
Don’t worry if the battery icon does not change
immediately, but do check if the charging icon has
appeared after half an hour.
Battery contacts dirty
Clean contacts on battery and phone with a dry cloth,
attach battery, wait a few seconds and press d.
Charger incorrectly connected
Check the wall socket, and the connection to the
phone.
Battery
How long should I charge the
battery the first time?
12 hours continuous, whilst switched off.
I don’t get as much
battery life as I
expected
The phone uses battery power Charge the phone regularly.
when it is switched on even if it is
not in a call. Making calls and
playing with the different
functions of the phone will run
down the battery faster. The
stated battery life is under
optimum conditions.
“Insert SIM” is
displayed when I
switch on the phone
SIM card is incorrectly inserted
or missing.
The PIN code is
blocked
Check that the SIM card is
positioned correctly. Try
again.
SIM card is damaged or dirty
Visually check the SIM and clean the contacts with a
soft, dry cloth if necessary. Try again.
You have entered the PIN code
incorrectly 3 times
Enter the PUK (Personal Unlock Key) code supplied
with the SIM card. If you do not have this code, contact
your network service provider.
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Problem
Possible cause
The PIN2 code is
blocked
You have entered the PIN2 code Enter the PIN2 PUK (Personal Unlock Key) code
incorrectly 3 times
supplied with the SIM card. If you do not have this
code, contact your network service provider.
Possible corrective action
“NCK Code” is
displayed on my
handset
The handset is locked to a
network and a SIM from another
network has been placed in the
phone
Remove the SIM and insert the correct network SIM.
Sendo cannot supply your NCK code.
If you wish to obtain your NCK code, contact the
original network service provider the phone was
purchased for use on.
!
Warning: If you enter the wrong NCK code you
could block the phone.
“Blocked” is displayed The NCK code has been entered Contact your network service provider for advice.
on my handset
incorrectly 10 times and the
> Note: The number of incorrect entries depends on
handset has been security
your network service provider.
disabled
There’s a problem with Corrupt file
my downloaded
Incompatible format
ringtone, picture,
Copy protected content
game or application
Contact your content provider for advice.
A key on the keypad is Key lock on
not working
The keypad may be locked. Check the screen for the
symbol. Press g and * in quick succession to
unlock the keypad.
Poor display
Screensaver mode is active
Press c to return to normal display.
Low temperature
Move to a warmer place and let the phone warm up.
Incorrect contrast setting.
You may have an incorrect contrast setting for the
display. Go to the Settings menu, select Display and
finally select the LCD contrast option. Change the
setting as needed.
Wallpaper settings
If you’ve added your own wallpaper, check that the
colours do not clash with the text colours used on
screen as this could make it difficult to read.
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Possible cause
Possible corrective action
Can’t connect to
network
Weak signal
You may be in an area of poor coverage. Move to an
area with a better signal.
Invalid SIM card
Contact your network service provider.
Network not allowed
Try reselecting the network. Switch off and then back
on.
Weak signal
Check that the service provider name is displayed on
the screen. If not, try to reconnect to the network or
move to an area with a better signal.
Can’t make/receive
calls
Phone is switched off
Press d for a few seconds.
Battery is low
Phone can power down if the battery is very low.
Charge the battery.
Check the number
Use the full area code and country code in the
number.
Call key not pressed
After dialling the number you must press g, Call.
Network is busy
If you hear rapid beeps, then the network is busy.
Hang up and try again or try in another area.
Fixed names or call barring is
activated
Check the fixed names settings (in Contacts).
Otherwise check the call barring settings with your
network service provider.
Not registered with network
service provider
After purchasing your phone, you may need to call
your network service provider to activate the line.
No credit left on your prepaid
card
Recharge your credit.
Low earpiece volume
Low setting
Press : when you are in a call to increase the
volume.
Low ringtone volume
Low setting
Go into the Sounds menu in Settings, select Volume
and increase the setting.
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Problem
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Problem
Possible cause
Possible corrective action
Cannot enter some
words
Wrong word displayed
Your phone has T9 text input (i.e. it predicts what
words you are trying to enter). When you finish a
word, press 0 repeatedly to scroll through the
possible words.
Wrong entry mode
To enter a special word press * repeatedly to
change to normal Multitap mode (α or β).
I can’t send or receive Incorrect MMS settings
MMS messages
See the MMS settings section on Page 27 for details.
You may need to contact your network service
provider for details of the settings required.
Your SIM card is not GPRS or
MMS enabled
You need a GPRS and MMS enabled SIM card in order
to use MMS services. Contact your network service
provider for information.
No GPRS coverage
You may be in an area of poor GPRS coverage. Move
to an area with a better signal.
“Message list full” is
displayed in the main
screen
Your messages memory is full of Go into the Inbox of the Messages menu and delete
text and MMS messages,
some of your messages.
therefore you cannot receive any
more messages.
Some features do not
work
Feature not supported by the
operator or your subscription.
Call your network service provider.
Some menus are
missing
There are restrictions on your
SIM card or subscription.
Call your network service provider.
My phone language is Language changed by mistake
wrong
or incorrect setting
If the phone language is incorrect or changed by
mistake, press and hold * from the main screen to
display the language list. Scroll to the language you
want (using : and ;) and press g.
I can only enter names Your phone is in Unicode mode. Change the Characters Message Setting to GSM
of up to 7 characters in
mode. See the Message Settings section for more
my contacts list
information.
I can only enter one
number for a contact
You are using SIM contacts.
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Change the Default setting in Contacts to Phone.
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Possible cause
Possible corrective action
This will not cause problems using your phone, but if
you want to add more contacts you must delete some
existing contacts.
I’m having problems
using GPRS on my
phone
Your SIM card is not GPRS
enabled
You need a GPRS enabled SIM card in order to use
GPRS services. Contact your network service provider
for information.
No GPRS coverage
You may be in an area of poor GPRS coverage. Move
to an area with a better signal.
Weak signal
You may be in an area of poor network coverage.
Move to an area with a better signal.
Incorrect Internet settings
See the Settings section (Page 32) in the Internet
chapter for details. You may need to contact your
network service provider for details of the settings
required.
A “Wap Error”
message is displayed
on the screen
>
Note: For all further questions, support and service issues, please go to
www.sendo.com/support.
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Problem
“List full” is displayed Contacts list full
on my Contacts screen
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Warranty Statement
Global Warranty
in repairing or replacing the defective parts.
This warranty does not apply to any damage
or failure to operate caused by use of the
Product other than in accordance with the
instructions contained in the User Manual, or
for periodic maintenance or repair due to
normal wear and tear. Sendo's limit of
liability under the limited warranty shall be
the actual cash value of the Product at the
time the Consumer returns the Product for
repair, determined by the price paid by the
Consumer for the Product less a reasonable
amount for usage. Sendo shall not be liable
for any other losses or damages. These
remedies are the Consumer's exclusive
remedies for breach of warranty.
Sendo International Limited (“Sendo”)
warrants, subject to the exclusions and
limitations set forth below, that your cellular
phone, battery and accessories (collectively
“Product”) is free from defects in materials
and workmanship according to the following
terms and conditions:
1. The limited warranty for the Product
commences on the date of purchase and
continues for a period of one (1) year from
that date. Upon request from Sendo, you,
(the “Consumer”) must prove the date of the
original purchase of the Products by dated
itemised receipt.
2. The limited warranty extends to the
original purchaser of the Product, the
Consumer, and is not assignable or
transferable to any subsequent purchaser or
user.
5. The warranty will be invalidated if any of
the following circumstances are applicable:
a) The Product has been subject to abnormal
use, abnormal conditions, improper storage,
exposure to moisture or dampness,
unauthorised modifications, unauthorised
connections, unauthorised repair, misuse,
neglect, abuse, accident, alteration,
improper installation, or other acts which are
not the fault of Sendo, including damage
caused by shipping.
3. The warranty extends only to Consumers
who purchase the Product in the market for its
intended sale.
4. During the limited warranty period, Sendo
will repair, or replace, at Sendo's sole option,
any defective parts, or any parts that will not
properly operate for their intended use with
new or refurbished replacement items if such
repair or replacement is needed because of a
malfunction or failure of the Product during
normal usage. No charge will be made to the
Consumer for any such parts. Sendo will also
pay for the labour charges incurred by Sendo
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b) Physical damage to the surface of the
Product, including scratches or cracks in or to
the outside casing or Liquid Crystal Display,
or damages caused by dropping the Product.
c) The Product has been damaged from
external causes such as liquid, water,
collision with an object, or from fire, flooding,
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sand, dirt, windstorm, lightening, earthquake
or damage from exposure to weather
conditions, an Act of God, or battery
leakage, theft, blown fuse, or improper use of
any electrical source, damage caused by
computer or internet viruses, bugs, worms,
Trojan Horses, cancelbots or damage caused
by the connection to other products not
recommended for interconnection by Sendo.
6. Any implied warranty of satisfactory
quality, merchantability, or fitness for a
particular purpose or use, shall be limited to
the duration of the foregoing written
warranty. Otherwise, the foregoing warranty
is the Consumer’s sole and exclusive remedy
and is in lieu of all other warranties, express
or implied. Sendo does not warrant
uninterrupted or error free Internet or data
connections. Sendo shall not be liable for
special, incidental or consequential
damages, including but not limited to, loss of
anticipated benefits or profits, loss of savings
or revenue, punitive damages, loss of use of
the product or any associated equipment,
loss of data, cost of capital, cost of any
substitute equipment or facilities, downtime,
the claims of any third parties, including
customers, and injury to property, resulting
from the purchase or use of the product or
arising from breach of the warranty, breach
of contract, negligence, strict tort, or any
other legal or equitable theory, even if Sendo
knew of the likelihood of such damages.
Sendo shall not be liable for delay in
rendering service under the limited warranty,
or loss of use during the period that the
product is being repaired or loss of data.
d) The Product has been altered or repaired
by anyone other than an authorised Sendo
service centre or if it has been used with
unapproved accessories or other ancillary
items.
e) For adaptations or adjustments made to
the Product to comply with local standards in
any country other than one for which the
Product was designed and manufactured.
f) Loss or integrity of any user data stored in
the Product or any storage device used in
conjunction with the Product at any time
g) The Sendo authorised service centre was
not advised by the Consumer in writing of the
alleged defect or malfunction of the Product
within fourteen (14) days after the expiration
of the applicable limited warranty period.
h) The Product serial number plate or the
accessory data code has been removed,
defaced or altered.
7. Some jurisdictions do not allow limitation
of how long an express or implied warranty
lasts and so the one year warranty period
referred to above may not apply, to you, the
Consumer. Some jurisdictions do not allow
the exclusion or limitation of incidental and
consequential damages and so to the extent
i) The defect or failure to operate was caused
by the defective function of the cellular system
or by inadequate signal reception.
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that such limitations are not allowed, the
above limitations or exclusions may not
apply, to you, the Consumer. This limited
warranty gives the Consumer specific legal
rights and the Consumer may also have other
legal rights under the legislation of some
jurisdictions. These legal rights vary from
jurisdiction to jurisdiction and are not
prejudiced by anything contained in this
limited warranty. It also means that in some
jurisdictions our responsibility to you the
Consumer may be more extensive than in
other jurisdictions.
the Product from an installation are not
covered under this limited warranty.
If the Product is returned for service and the
Product is deemed out of warranty under the
terms and conditions of this warranty, the
Consumer will be notified and given an
estimate of the applicable charges. If the
estimate is refused a minimum service fee for
collection, inspection and quotation of said
product would be due.
9. Subject to any more extensive legal rights
granted to the Consumer by law of the
Consumer’s jurisdiction, Sendo neither
assumes nor authorises any authorised
service centre or any other person or entity to
assume for it any other obligation or liability
beyond that which is expressly provided for in
this limited warranty including the provider or
seller of any extended warranty or service
agreement.
8. The Consumer shall take the following
steps to make a claim under this limited
warranty:
Please do not ship the Product for service
without first contacting the nearest Sendo
Authorised Service Centre.
Contact information for the world-wide
network of Sendo authorised service centres
is available at www.sendo.com.
10. This is the entire warranty between Sendo
and the Consumer, and supersedes all prior
and contemporaneous agreements or
understandings, oral or written, and all
communications relating to the Product, and
no representation, promise or condition not
contained herein shall modify these terms.
If the Product qualifies for in-warranty service,
the Consumer must prove the date of the
original purchase of the Products by a dated
proof of purchase.
Back up all data. If the Consumer has
sensitive information stored on the Product
copy it to another device and delete it from
the Product before repair.
11. This limited warranty allocates the risk of
failure of the Product between the Consumer
and Sendo. The allocation is recognised by
the Consumer and is reflected in the
purchase price of the Product.
The Consumer must ship the Product prepaid
and insured. Expenses related to removing
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12. Diagnostic instructions and other service
information is available free of charge at
www.sendo.com. Information on out of
warranty repair costs and charges is
available at www.sendo.com.
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Note: Register your warranty at
www.sendo.com/warranty/index.aspx as
soon as you purchase your phone. This
information is stored for support
purposes.
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Safety Information
Read the user’s manual of any accessory or device
and its operation and safety instructions before using
it with your phone. Do not connect incompatible
products.
Do not use your phone if the antenna is damaged.
Replace the antenna only with one approved by the
manufacturer. Unapproved antennas or
modifications may damage your phone, degrade its
performance and violate local regulations. This
phone is equipped with an internal antenna on the
bottom area of the phone. Do not touch or cover the
antenna area unnecessarily while a call is in progress
as it may interfere with reception. Contact with the
antenna affects call quality and may cause your
phone to transmit at a higher power level than
otherwise needed. Hold your phone as you would
any other phone.
The charger is compatible only with power sources
indicated on its label. Do not connect the charger to
a power source of a different voltage, frequency or
pin type. Do not use the charger outdoors or in areas
where it may become wet. Unplug the charger from
the wall socket using the body of the charger, not the
cord. Locate the cord so that it will not be tripped
over, stepped on or damaged. Do not use the
charger if it is damaged. Unplug the charger from
the wall socket before cleaning it. Use a slightly
damp cloth for cleaning, and allow the charger to
dry fully before plugging it in.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
You should observe and follow these guidelines for
the safe and efficient use of your phone. Failure to
comply with these guidelines and requirements may
void your warranty and may invalidate any
approvals given to your phone.
Drive Safely
Do not use a hand-held phone while driving. Give
your full attention to driving. If using a hand-held
phone, pull over safely and park the vehicle in a safe
location first. Always place the phone in its holder; do
not place the phone on the passenger seat, near an
airbag or where it can break loose in a collision or
sudden stop.
Always obey local laws and regulations regarding
the use of a cellular phone in the areas where you
drive. In some areas, it is illegal to use a cellular
telephone while driving, and hands-free operation is
required in many other areas. Do not hold your
phone in your hand while driving.
Do not use a headset (such as a headset that covers
both ears) that interferes with your ability to hear
emergency vehicle sirens or the warning horns of
other vehicles. Driving safely always comes first!
Operation
Remember to follow any special regulations in force
in any area and always switch off your phone
whenever you are instructed not to use it, or when its
use may be illegal or cause interference or danger.
Most modern electronic equipment is shielded from
RF signals. However, certain electronic equipment
may not be shielded against the RF signals from your
wireless phone.
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Only use accessories approved by Sendo. Using
unapproved accessories with your phone may result
in degraded performance, fire, electric shock or
injury, and may void the warranty. Please check with
your dealer for the availability of approved
accessories. Your phone is intended for use only with
chargers approved by the manufacturer. Any other
use will invalidate any approval given to your phone
and may be dangerous.
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Children
health care facilities when any regulations posted in
these areas instruct you to do so, as equipment that
could be sensitive to external RF energy may be in
operation.
Your phone is not a toy. Do not allow small children
to play with it. They could hurt themselves or others.
Children could also damage the phone or make
calls that increase your telephone bill.
Vehicles
Pacemakers
RF signals may affect improperly installed or
inadequately shielded electronic systems in motor
vehicles (e.g. electronic fuel injection systems,
electronic anti-skid (anti-lock) braking systems,
electronic speed control systems, air bag systems).
Check with the supplier or its representative
regarding your vehicle. You should also consult the
supplier of any equipment that has been added to
your vehicle.
Do not place your phone or any accessories in the
area over an airbag or in the airbag’s deployment
area. An airbag inflates with great force, and serious
injury could occur.
Using your phone in a vehicle demands special
considerations. The fitting of any accessories to a
vehicle should only be undertaken by a suitably
qualified person to ensure that vehicle systems are
not adversely affected, and that the accessory gives
optimum performance.
Only qualified personnel should service the phone,
or install the phone in a vehicle. Faulty installation or
service may be dangerous and may invalidate any
warranty that may apply to the unit.
Check regularly that all wireless phone equipment in
your vehicle is mounted and operating properly.
Do not store or carry flammable liquids, gases or
explosive materials in the same compartment as the
phone, its parts or accessories.
Switch off your phone before boarding a noncommercial aircraft or when instructed to do so on a
commercial airline. The use of wireless telephones in
Sendo recommends that a minimum separation of
20 cm (or 6 inches) be maintained between a
wireless phone and a pacemaker to avoid potential
interference with the pacemaker. These
recommendations are consistent with the
independent research by, and recommendations of,
Wireless Technology Research. Persons with
pacemakers:
 Should always keep the phone more than 20 cm
(or 6 inches) from their pacemaker when the
phone is switched on;
 Should not carry the phone in a breast pocket;
 Should use the ear furthest away from the
pacemaker to minimise the potential for
interference.
 If you have any reason to suspect that interference
is taking place, switch off your phone
immediately.
Hearing Aids
Some wireless phones may interfere with some
hearing aids. In the event of such interference, you
should consult your service provider.
Medical Equipment
Operation of wireless phones may interfere with
inadequately protected medical devices. Consult a
physician or the manufacturer of the medical device
to determine if it is adequately shielded from external
RF energy. Turn off your phone in hospitals and other
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Emergency Calls
an aircraft may interfere with the operation of the
aircraft and may be illegal.
IMPORTANT!
This phone, like any wireless phone, operates using
radio signals, wireless and landline networks as well
as user-programmed functions that cannot
guarantee connection in all conditions. Do not rely
solely upon your wireless phone for emergency
communications (e.g. medical emergencies).
Remember, to make or receive any calls, the phone
must be switched on and in a service area with
adequate signal strength. Emergency calls may not
be possible on all wireless phone networks or when
certain network services and/or phone features are
in use. Check with local service providers.
To make an emergency call:
1 If the phone is not on, switch it on.
Posted Areas
Turn off your phone in any area where posted notices
so require.
Potentially Explosive Atmospheres
Turn off your phone and do not remove its battery
when in any area with a potentially explosive
atmosphere, and obey all signs and instructions. It is
rare, but your phone or its accessories could
generate sparks. Sparks in such areas could cause
an explosion or fire resulting in property damage,
bodily injury or even death. Areas with potentially
explosive atmospheres are often, but not always,
clearly marked. They include: Fuelling areas, such as
petrol stations, below deck on boats, and fuel or
chemical transfer and storage facilities. Follow these
guidelines also when you enter areas where fuel
odours are present, such as when a gas leak occurs
in a home; areas where the air contains chemicals or
particles, such as grain, dust or metal powders; and
any other area where you would normally be advised
to turn off your vehicle engine.
Turn off your phone when at gas or petrol stations
(service stations). Users are reminded of the need to
observe restrictions on the use of radio equipment in
fuel depots (fuel storage and distribution areas),
chemical plants or where blasting operations are in
progress.
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2 Press and hold the Clear key c for several
seconds to ready the phone for calls.
3 Key in the emergency number for your present
location (e.g. 999, 911, 112 or other official
emergency number). Emergency numbers vary by
location.
4 Press the Call g key.
If certain features are in use (Key guard, Locking,
Call Restricting, etc.), you may first need to turn those
features off before you can make an emergency call.
When making an emergency call, follow all
instructions of the emergency operation and do not
hang up until requested to do so.
Blasting Areas
To avoid interfering with blasting operations, turn
your phone off when in a “blasting area”or in areas
posted “turn off two-way radio”. Obey all signs and
instructions.
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SIM card be properly inserted in the phone.
Servicing
Do not attempt to disassemble or repair your phone,
as you may damage the phone or injure yourself and
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will void your warranty. Only qualified personnel at
an authorised service centre should perform repairs.
Your phone does not contain any consumer
serviceable parts. Make back up copies of all data
and delete security sensitive data before sending
your phone in for repair.


Back Up Data
To avoid loss of important information, remember to
make back up copies of all data regularly.
Disposal
Your battery and other components may require
precautions to be taken for safe disposal. The battery
type is indicated on the battery label. Please follow all
local and/or governmental laws and regulations
when disposing of your phone or battery.
Care and Maintenance
Follow these care and maintenance instructions to
improve the performance and life of your phone.
Failure to follow the suggestions may invalidate your
phone’s warranty:
 Keep it and all its parts and accessories out of
small children's reach.
 Keep it dry.
 Do not use or store it in dusty or dirty areas.
 Do not attempt to take the phone apart.
 Do not drop, throw or shake it.
 Do not use soaps, chemicals, cleaning solvents,
or strong detergents to clean it. Use a moist cloth
to wipe it.
 Avoid exposing your phone to any severe shocks,
extreme (hot or cold) temperatures or moisture.
 Keep your phone away from open flames such as
lit candles or cigarettes.
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Use only the supplied or an approved
replacement antenna. Unauthorised antennas,
modifications or attachments could damage the
phone and may violate regulations governing
radio devices.
If the phone, battery, or any accessory is not
working properly, take it to your nearest qualified
service facility. Back up all data before taking
your phone to a service centre as maintenance or
recovery of data is not guaranteed. If you have
any sensitive information, please back it up and
then delete it from your phone before taking your
phone to the service centre.
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End User License Agreement
END USER SOFTWARE LICENSE AGREEMENT
This Software License Agreement (“Agreement”) is
between You and Sendo International Ltd and/or
one of its affiliates (“Licensor”). The Agreement
authorises you to use the Software specified in
Clause 1 below, which may be included on your
phone, stored on a CD-ROM, sent to you by
electronic mail, downloaded from Licensor's Web
pages or servers or from other sources under the
terms and conditions set forth below. This is an
agreement on end user rights and not an agreement
for sale. Licensor continues to own the copy of the
Software and any other copy that you are authorised
to make pursuant to this Agreement.
Read this Agreement carefully before installing,
downloading or using the Software. Further, by
installing, downloading and/or using the Software,
you agree to the terms and conditions of this
Agreement.
1. SOFTWARE.
As used in this Agreement, the term “Software”
means, collectively: (i) all the software in your phone,
all of the contents of the disk(s), CD-ROM(s),
electronic mail and its file attachments, or other
media with which this Agreement is provided; (ii)
related Licensor or third party software; (iii) digital
images, stock photographs, clip art or other artistic
works (“Stock Files”) (iv) related explanatory written
materials (“Documentation”); (v) fonts (vi) upgrades,
modified versions, updates, additions and copies of
the Software, if any, licensed to you by Licensor
(collectively “Updates”) and (vii) any other possible
documentation related thereto.
2. END USER RIGHTS AND USE.
Licensor grants to you a non-exclusive, nontransferable end user right to install the Software or
use the Software installed on the phones. The
Software is licensed with the phone as a single
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integrated product and may be used with the phone
only as set forth in these licensing terms.
3. LIMITATIONS ON END USER RIGHTS.
(a) You may not copy, distribute, or make derivative
works of the Software.
(b) You may not use, modify, translate, reproduce or
transfer the right to use the Software or copy the
Software except as expressly provided in this
Agreement.
(c) You may not resell, sublicense, rent, lease or lend
the Software; except you may permanently transfer
all of your rights as set forth in the Agreement only as
part of a permanent sale or transfer of the phone,
provided the recipient agrees to the terms of this
Agreement.
(d) You may not reverse engineer, reverse compile,
disassemble or otherwise attempt to discover the
source code of the Software (except to the extent that
this restriction is expressly prohibited by law) or
create derivative works based on the Software.
(e) You shall not display, modify, reproduce and
distribute any of the Stock Files included with the
Software.
(f) You agree that you shall only use the Software in
a manner that complies with all applicable laws in
the jurisdiction in which you use the Software,
including, but not limited to, applicable restrictions
concerning copyright and other intellectual property
rights.
4. COPYRIGHT.
Licensor and/or its software suppliers own the
Software and all rights, without limitation including
proprietary rights therein, and their respective
affiliates and are protected by international treaty
provisions and other applicable national laws of the
country in which it is being used. The structure,
organisation and code of the Software are the
valuable trade secrets and confidential information.
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5. MULTIPLE COPIES / UPDATES.
If the Software supports multiple platforms or
languages, if you receive the Software on multiple
media, or if you otherwise receive multiple copies of
the Software, the number of phones on which all
versions of the Software are installed shall be one
phone. If the Software is an Update to a previous
version of the Software, you must possess a valid end
user right to such previous version in order to use the
Update and you may use the previous version for
ninety (90) days after you receive the Update in order
to assist you in the transition to the Update. After such
time you no longer have a right to use the previous
version, except for the sole purpose of enabling you
to install the Update.
6. COMMENCEMENT & TERMINATION.
This Agreement is effective from the first date you use
or install the Software. Your end user rights
automatically and immediately terminate without
notice from Licensor if you fail to comply with any
provision of this Agreement. In such event, you must
immediately delete, destroy or return at your own
cost and expense, and without entitlement to any
refund of the purchase price, the phone and the
Software, and all related material to Licensor.
7. EXCEPT AS EXPRESSLY PROVIDED IN THE LIMITED
WARRANTY FOR THE PHONE, YOU
ACKNOWLEDGE THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED “AS
IS” WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND EXPRESS
OR IMPLIED. TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT PERMITTED
BY APPLICABLE LAW NEITHER LICENSOR,
LICENSOR’S SOFTWARE SUPPLIERS OR THEIR
RESPECTIVE AFFILIATES, NOR THE COPYRIGHT
HOLDERS MAKE ANY REPRESENTATIONS OR
WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING
BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE OR THAT THE SOFTWARE WILL NOT
INFRINGE ANY THIRD PARTY PATENTS,
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COPYRIGHTS, TRADEMARKS OR OTHER RIGHTS.
THERE IS NO WARRANTY BY LICENSOR OR BY ANY
OTHER PARTY THAT THE FUNCTIONS CONTAINED
IN THE SOFTWARE WILL MEET YOUR
REQUIREMENTS OR THAT THE OPERATION OF THE
SOFTWARE WILL BE UNINTERRUPTED OR ERRORFREE.
8. NOT FAULT TOLERANT
THE SOFTWARE MAY CONTAIN TECHNOLOGY
THAT IS NOT FAULT TOLERANT AND IS NOT
DESIGNED, MANUFACTURED, OR INTENDED FOR
USE IN ENVIRONMENTS OR APPLICATIONS IN
WHICH THE FAILURE OF THE LICENSED SOFTWARE
COULD LEAD DIRECTLY TO DEATH, PERSONAL
INJURY, OR SEVERE PHYSICAL OR
ENVIRONMENTAL DAMAGE OR FINANCIAL LOSS.
9. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY.
TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT PERMITTED BY
APPLICABLE LAW, IN NO EVENT SHALL LICENSOR
OR LICENSOR’S SOFTWARE SUPPLIERS OR THEIR
RESPECTIVE AFFILIATES AND EMPLOYEES BE LIABLE
FOR ANY LOST PROFITS, REVENUE, SALES, DATA
OR COSTS OF PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE
GOODS OR SERVICES, PROPERTY DAMAGE,
PERSONAL INJURY, INTERRUPTION OF BUSINESS,
LOSS OF BUSINESS INFORMATION OR FOR ANY
SPECIAL, DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
ECONOMIC, COVER, PUNITIVE, SPECIAL OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, HOWEVER CAUSED
AND WHETHER ARISING UNDER CONTRACT,
TORT, NEGLIGENCE, OR OTHER THEORY OF
LIABILITY ARISING OUT OF THE USE OF OR
INABILITY TO USE THE SOFTWARE, EVEN IF
LICENSOR OR ITS SOFTWARE SUPPLIERS ARE
ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH
DAMAGES. BECAUSE SOME COUNTRIES/STATES/
JURISDICTIONS DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION
OR LIMITATION OF LIABILITY, BUT MAY ALLOW
LIABILITY TO BE LIMITED, IN SUCH CASES, THE
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LIABILITY OF LICENSOR, ITS SOFTWARE SUPPLIERS
AND THEIR RESPECTIVE AFFILIATES AND
EMPLOYEES SHALL BE LIMITED TO, AT LICENSOR’S
OPTION, EITHER (A) RETURN OF THE PRICE PAID
LESS A REASONABLE AMOUNT FOR USAGE, OR (B)
REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT OF THE SOFTWARE
THAT DOES NOT MEET THE LIMITED WARRANTY
PROVIDED WITH THE PHONE AND WHICH IS
RETURNED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
REQUIREMENTS OF THE LIMITED WARRANTY.
Nothing contained in this Agreement shall prejudice
the statutory rights of any party dealing as a
consumer. Nothing contained in this Agreement
limits Licensor's liability to You in the event of death
or personal injury resulting from Licensor's
negligence if law prohibits such a limitation. Licensor
is acting on behalf of its software suppliers and their
respective employees and affiliates for the purpose of
disclaiming, excluding and/or restricting obligations,
warranties and liability as provided in this clause 9,
but in no other respects and for no other purpose.
10. TECHNICAL SUPPORT.
Licensor has no obligation to furnish You with
technical support except as agreed in writing
between You and Licensor in the Limited Warranty
provided with the phone.
11. EXPORT CONTROL.
12. APPLICABLE LAW & GENERAL PROVISIONS.
This Agreement shall be governed by and construed
in accordance with the internal laws of the United
Kingdom without regard to its conflicts of laws rules.
This is the entire agreement between Licensor and
you relating to the Software and it supersedes any
prior representations, discussions, undertakings, end
user agreements, communications or advertising
relating to the Software.
The Software may be subject to export regulation of
the United Kingdom and other countries. You agree
that You shall comply with all applicable export laws,
restrictions and regulations of the United Kingdom or
foreign agencies or authorities, and shall not export,
or transfer for the purpose of re-export, any
Software, product or technical data received under
this Agreement or any Software or product produced
by use of such technical data, including processes
and services, in violation of any applicable
restrictions, laws or regulations, or without all
necessary approvals.
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Regulatory Compliance and SAR Statements
Mobile Manufacturers Forum
statement: Understanding SAR
Where can I go if I want more
information?
There are several good sources of information by
government and international agencies on the
general issue of mobile phones and health:
World Health Organisation (WHO)
www.who.int/emf
U.S. Food and Drug Administration
www.fda.gov/cdrh/ocd/mobilphone.html
U.K. National Radiological Protection Board
www.nrpb.org.uk
The Mobile Manufacturers Forum, the international
association of mobile phone manufacturers, also has
a comprehensive website – www.mmfai.org - to help
answer consumer questions on health issues.
To communicate with the network, mobile phones
emit low levels of radio waves (also known as
radiofrequency or ‘RF’ energy) when being used.
Governments around the world have adopted
comprehensive guidelines, developed by
independent scientific organisations, governing the
exposure to RF energy. Mobile phones are designed
to operate within these stringent limits.
What is SAR?
SAR stands for Specific Absorption Rate which is the
unit of measurement for the amount of RF energy
absorbed by the body when using a mobile phone.
Although the SAR is determined at the highest
certified power level in laboratory conditions, the
actual SAR level of the phone while operating can be
well below this value. This is because the phone is
designed to use the minimum power required to
reach the network. Therefore, the closer you are to a
base station, the more likely it is that the actual SAR
level will be lower.
Sendo SAR Statement
THIS MOBILE PHONE MEETS REQUIREMENTS FOR
EXPOSURE TO RADIO FREQUENCY ENERGY.
Your mobile phone is a radio transmitter and
receiver. It is designed and manufactured not to
exceed the limits for exposure to radio frequency (RF)
recommended by international guidelines. These
limits are part of comprehensive guidelines and
establish permitted levels of RF energy for the
general population. The guidelines were developed
by independent scientific organisations through
periodic and thorough evaluation of scientific
studies. The guidelines include a substantial safety
margin designed to assure the safety of all persons,
regardless of age and health.
Does a lower SAR mean that a phone is
safer?
No. Variations in SAR do not mean that there are
variations in safety. While there may be differences in
SAR levels among phone models, all mobile phones
must meet RF exposure guidelines.
Where can I get the SAR values for my
phone?
SAR information for new model phones will be
included with the materials that come with the mobile
phone. In addition, this information will be available
from the website of your mobile phone
manufacturer.
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Regulatory compliance
The exposure standard for mobile phones employs a
unit of measurement known as the Specific
Absorption Rate, or SAR. The SAR limit
recommended by international guidelines is 2.0
Watts/kg*. Tests for SAR are conducted using
standard operating positions with the phone
transmitting at its highest operating power level.
Although the SAR is determined at the highest
operating power level, the actual SAR of the phone
while operating normally can be well below the
maximum value. This is because the phone is
designed to operate at multiple power levels so as to
use only the power required to communicate with the
network. In general, the closer you are to a base
station, the lower the power output of the phone.
The highest SAR value for the Sendo 570 model
phone when tested for use at the ear is 0.664 W/Kg.
Always read and follow the operating and safety
instructions that came with your phone.
* The SAR limit for mobile phones used by the public
is 2.0 Watts/Kg (W/kg) averaged over ten grams of
body tissue. The guidelines incorporate a substantial
margin of safety to give additional protection for the
public and to account for any variations in
measurements.
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Your phone has been designed to comply with
applicable standards when used correctly in
accordance with the user instructions. Sendo GSM
900/1800 phones and accessories have been tested
and certified for compliance with the following EC
Directives and international standards, as
applicable:
European (EC) Directives
1999/5/EC (R&TTED)
89/336/EEC (EMCD)
73/23/EEC (LVD), as amended by 93/68/EEC
International Standards
IEC/UL/AS-NZ/BS EN60950 (Electrical Safety)
EN301 489-7 (EMC)
EN301 489-1 (EMC)
EN301 511 (GSM900/DCS1800)
International SAR (Human Exposure)
Standards
EN50360/EN50361 (European)
IEEE Std C95.3 (USA)
AS/NZ 2772.1 (ACA, Australia)
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Declaration of conformity
We:
Of:
Sendo International Ltd.
Sendo Base Station, Hatchford Brook, Hatchford Way,
Sheldon, Birmingham, B26 3RZ, United Kingdom.
Declare under our sole responsibility that the product referenced within this user guide and uniquely identified by
the IMEI and type number affixed to the product, to which this declaration relates, is in compliance with the
essential requirements of the Radio and Telecommunications Terminal Equipment Directive (R&TTE) 1999/5/EC.
The conformity assessment procedure referred to in Article 10 and detailed in Annex IV of the R&TTE Directive
(1999/5/EC) has been followed with the involvement of the UK Notified Body, BABT, Claremont House,
34 Molesey Road, Walton-On-Thames, KT12 4RQ, England.
A copy of the original Declaration of Conformity is available for download from the Sendo website.
Class of equipment: This product is designated Class 1 equipment (R&TTED 1999/5/EC), the use of which is
harmonised throughout all EU member states. This product is designated for use on licensed
GSM 900/1800 MHz networks.
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