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GPRS Phone
USER’S MANUAL
MODEL: G5300 i
Please read this manual carefully
before operating your set. Retain it for
future reference.
P/N : MMBB0090315
Revision 1.1
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GPRS Phone
USER’S MANUAL
MODEL: G5300 i
Please read this manual carefully
before operating your set.
Retain it for future reference.
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G5300 i Phone
For Your Safety
All radio transmitters carry risks of interference with electronics in
close proximity.
GSM Phones must be switched off at all times in an
aircraft.
Do not activate near petrol stations, fuel depots,
chemical plants or blasting operations.
Switch off the phone in any area where you are
required by special regulations. For example, the
phone is not allowed to be used in hospital because
pacemakers and hearing aids can be affected.
Minor interference may affect TVs, radios, PCs, etc.
Do not hold the phone in your hand while driving.
Do not dismantle phone or battery.
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Keep the phone in a safe place out of children’s reach
since it contains the detachable small parts and create
a choking hazard.
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Do not touch the charger with wet hands.
For your safety, use ONLY specified ORIGINAL
batteries and chargers.
Please note:
Unusable batteries should be disposed of in
accordance with relevant legislation.
Only use ORIGINAL accessories to avoid damage to
your phone.
Emergency call may not be available under all cellular
networks. Therefore, you should never depend solely
on the phone for essential communications such as
medical emergencies.
Important Information
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This user’s guide contains important information on the use
and operation of this phone. Please read all the information
carefully for optimal performance and to prevent any damage
to or misuse of the phone. Any changes or modifications not
expressly approved in this user’s guide could void your
warranty for this equipment.
Contents
Overview
Part of the Phone ................................................................ 10
• Front of the Phone ............................................................. 10
• Rear of the Phone .............................................................. 11
Key Description ................................................................... 12
• Alphanumeric Keys ............................................................ 14
Display Information
Display Information ............................................................. 15
• On-Screen Icons ................................................................ 15
Getting Started
Installation ........................................................................... 17
• Inserting the SIM Card ....................................................... 17
• Installing the Battery .......................................................... 18
• Charging the Battery .......................................................... 19
• Disconnecting the charger ................................................. 20
Powering On Sequence ...................................................... 21
• To get started with the phone ............................................ 21
• To turn off the phone .......................................................... 21
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Access Codes ...................................................................... 22
• PIN code (4 to 8 digits) ...................................................... 22
• PIN2 code (4 to 8 digits) .................................................... 22
• PUK code (4 to 8 digits) ..................................................... 22
• PUK2 code (4 to 8 digits) ................................................... 23
• Security code (4 to 8 digits) ............................................... 23
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Accessing the Menu
Phonebook ........................................................................... 24
Menu Tree ............................................................................ 25
Messages [Menu 1] ............................................................. 27
• Write short message [Menu 1-1] ........................................ 27
• Write multimedia message [Menu 1-2] .............................. 29
• Inbox [Menu 1-3] ................................................................ 34
• Outbox [Menu 1-4] ............................................................. 36
• Voice mail [Menu 1-5] ........................................................ 37
• Info service [Menu 1-6] ...................................................... 38
• Templates [Menu 1-7] ........................................................ 39
• Settings [Menu 1-8] ............................................................ 40
Call Register [Menu 2] ........................................................ 43
• Missed calls [Menu 2-1] ..................................................... 43
• Received calls [Menu 2-2] .................................................. 43
• Dialled calls [Menu 2-3] ...................................................... 43
• All calls list [Menu 2-4] ....................................................... 43
• Delete recent calls [Menu 2-5] ........................................... 43
• Call charge [Menu 2-6] ....................................................... 44
• GPRS information [Menu 2-7] ............................................ 46
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Profiles [Menu 3] ................................................................. 47
• Vibrate only [Menu 3-1] ...................................................... 47
• Quiet [Menu 3-2] ................................................................ 47
• General [Menu 3-3] ............................................................ 47
• Loud [Menu 3-4] ................................................................. 47
• Headset [Menu 3-5] ........................................................... 47
• Car [Menu 3-6] ................................................................... 48
Settings [Menu 4] ................................................................ 50
• Alarm clock [Menu 4-1] ...................................................... 50
• Date & Time [Menu 4-2] ..................................................... 50
• Phone settings [Menu 4-3] ................................................. 51
• Call settings [Menu 4-4] ..................................................... 53
• Security settings [Menu 4-5] .............................................. 57
• Network settings [Menu 4-6] .............................................. 60
• Reset settings [Menu 4-7] .................................................. 61
Organizer [Menu 5] .............................................................. 62
• Scheduler [Menu 5-1] ......................................................... 62
• Phone book [Menu 5-2] ...................................................... 63
Fun & Tools [Menu 6] .......................................................... 72
• Calculator [Menu 6-1] ......................................................... 72
• My folder [Menu 6-2] .......................................................... 72
• Game [Menu 6-3] ............................................................... 73
• Unit converter [Menu 6-4] .................................................. 74
• World time [Menu 6-5] ........................................................ 74
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WAP services [Menu 7] ....................................................... 75
• Home [Menu 7-1] ............................................................... 75
• Bookmarks [Menu 7-2] ....................................................... 75
• Push messages [menu 7-3] ............................................... 75
• Profiles [Menu 7-4] ............................................................. 76
• Go to URL [Menu 7-5] ........................................................ 78
• Cache settings [Menu 7-6] ................................................. 79
• Security certifications [Menu 7-7] ....................................... 79
• Reset profiles [Menu 7-8] ................................................... 79
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Java [Menu 8] ...................................................................... 80
• Applications [Menu 8-1] ..................................................... 80
• Memory status [Menu 8-2] ................................................. 81
• Download [Menu 8-3] ......................................................... 81
Internet On-line menu ......................................................... 82
Additional Functions
How to Use Data and Fax call ............................................ 83
• Sending Data or Fax Calls ................................................. 83
• Receiving Data or Fax Calls .............................................. 83
In call Menu .......................................................................... 85
1. During a call ..................................................................... 85
2. Multiparty or Conference Calls ......................................... 87
Accessories ......................................................................... 90
Care and Maintenance ........................................................ 92
Technical Data ..................................................................... 94
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Part of the Phone
Overview
Front of the Phone
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4
5
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Earpiece
Display Screen
Soft Left Key
Navigation Keys
Send Key
Star Key
Soft Right Key
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9
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11
12
END/PWR keys
Numeric Keys
Hash Key
Microphone
Ear Microphone
Connector
13 WAP Hotkey/
Clear key
Overview
Rear of the Phone
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1 Battery
2 Cable Connector/
Battery Charging Connector/
Hands-Free Car kit Connector
3 Battery Terminals
4 SIM Card Socket
5 Handstrap Hole
6 Battery Lock
7 Ear Microphone Connector
Key Description
Overview
The following shows key components of the phone.
Keypad Description
Key
<>
Description
Soft Left Key / Soft Right Key
Each of these keys performs the function indicated
by the text on the display immediately above it.
WAP Hotkey / Clear key
Used to connect to WAP directly by pressing this key.
Used to delete character(s).
Navigation Keys
Used to scroll through name, phone numbers, menus
or setting options.
Used to enter Message menu directly.
Used to scroll through names, phone numbers.
S
0
~
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Send Key
You can dial a phone number and answer a call.
If you press this key without entering a number,
your phone shows the most recently dialed number.
Numeric Keys
These keys are used mainly to dial in standby mode
and enter numbers or characters in editing mode.
When you press these keys for a long time.
• Used to call your voicemail box by 1 .
• Used to call for international call by 0 .
• Used to call Speed dials by from 2 to 9.
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Overview
Key
Description
*
Used to enter the vibration mode by pressing this key
for a long time.
#
Used to call by voice dial with long pressing this key.
This key is also used as Ear mic. hook key when
connecting Ear mic.
E
END/PWR Key
Used to end or reject a call. This key is also used as
Power Key. Pressing and holding this key for a few
seconds.
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Key Description
Overview
Alphanumeric Keys
The alphabet and numerical keypad mapping relation are listed as
the following table.
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Key
Description
1
.,/?!-:’"1
2
ABC2ÄÀÁÂÃÅÆÇabcäàáâãåæç
3
DEF3ËÈÉÊdefëèéê
4
GHI4|ÏÌÍνghiıïìíî©
5
JKL5jkl
6
MNO6ÑÖÒÓÔÕŒmnoñöòóôõœ
7
PQRS7Ípqrsßß
8
TUV8ÜÙÚÛtuvüùúû
9
WXYZ9wxyz
0
0 [Space Key]
Display Information
Display Information
The screen displays several icons the following describe each of
them you may see on the phone.
On-Screen Icons
Icon/Indicator Description
Tells you the strength of the network signal.
Call is connected.
You can use GPRS service.
Shows that you are using a roaming service.
Line 1/2 is in use for outgoing calls – If you
subscribe to the Two Line Service.
The alarm has been set and is on.
Tells you the status of the battery.
You have received a text message.
You have received a voice message.
You have received an E-mail.
You can view your schedule.
All audible signals are turned off.
Loud menu in profile.
Quiet menu in profile.
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General menu in profile.
Display Information
Display Information
Icon/Indicator Description
Headset menu in profile.
Car menu in profile.
You can divert a call.
You can use Push message service through WAP.
Top Menu Icons
Icon
Description
Messages
Call Register
Profiles
Settings
Organizer
Fun & Tools
Wap services
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Java
SIM Service
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Installation
Getting Started
➊ Inserting the SIM Card
Locate the SIM card socket in the back of the phone.
Follow the steps below to install the SIM card.
1. Remove the battery if attached.
2. Slide the SIM card into the slot,
under the silvery holders, with the
golden connectors facing down and
the cut corner to the right.
3. If you need to remove the SIM card,
press the upper part of SIM card with
the thumb, then carefully slide it out
of the SIM card slot.
Notice
• Before installing always make sure that the phone is
switched off and remove the battery.
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• The metal contact of the SIM card can be easily damaged
by scratches. Pay special attention to the SIM card when
you handle and install. Follow the instructions supplied with
the SIM card.
Installation
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➋ Installing the Battery
1. Place the battery on the back of the
phone.
2. Push it until you hear a click.
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Getting Started
➌ Charging the Battery
To connect the travel adapter to the phone, you must have installed
the battery.
1. Insert one end of the travel adapter
into the bottom of the phone.
2. Connect the other end of the travel
adapter to an AC wall outlet.
Use only the included packing charger.
Warning
• Do not force the connector as this may damage the phone
and/or the travel adapter.
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Installation
Getting Started
➍ Disconnecting the charger
Disconnect the travel adapter from the
phone by pressing its side buttons.
Notice
• The battery delivered with your phone has to be fully
charged before using it.
• Do not remove your battery or the SIM card while charging.
• “Charging” is displayed on the screen after connecting the
travel adapter. Only if the battery is totally empty, Back light
is on without displaying “Charging”. Please note in this
case, it may require a longer initial charging time before
displaying “Charging” on the screen of the phone.
The charging time depends on the charger and the battery
used.
• The moving bars of battery icon will stop after charging
completely.
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Powering On Sequence
Getting Started
➊ To get started with the phone
1. Press and hold E key until you
hear a tone.
2. Depending on setting PIN code
request, you can enter PIN code or
not.
3. If your phone connects to a
network, the network name will be
displayed shortly.
➋ To turn off the phone
In standby mode, press and hold E key until you hear a tone.
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Access Codes
Getting Started
You can use the access codes described in this section to avoid
unauthorised use of your phone. The access codes (except PUK1
and PUK2 codes) can be changed by using [Menu 4-5-6].
PIN code (4 to 8 digits)
The PIN (Personal Identification Number) code protects your SIM
card against unauthorised use. The PIN code is usually supplied with
the SIM card. When PIN code request is set Enable, your phone
will request the PIN code every time it is switched on. On the
contrary, when PIN code request is set Disable, your phone
connects to the network directly without the request PIN code.
PIN2 code (4 to 8 digits)
The PIN2 code, supplied with some SIM cards, is required to access
some functions such as Advice of call charge, Fixed Dial number.
These functions are only available if supported by your SIM card.
PUK code (4 to 8 digits)
The PUK(PIN Unblocking Key) code is required to change a blocked
PIN code. The PUK code may be supplied with the SIM card. If not,
contact your local service provider for the code. If you lose the code,
also contact your service provider.
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Getting Started
PUK2 code (4 to 8 digits)
The PUK2 code, supplied with some SIM cards, is required to
change a blocked PIN2 code. If you lose the code, also contact your
service provider.
Security code (4 to 8 digits)
The security code protects the unauthorised use of your phone. It is
usually supplied with the phone. This code is required to delete all
phone entries and to activate “Reset settings” menu. The default
number is “0000”.
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Phonebook
Accessing the Menu
To select a menu in phonebook, press
[Names] in standby mode and then
scroll to a desired item.
Name
Name
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Description
Description
1
Search
Allows you to search for a specific name,
number.
2
Add new
Allows you to add new names and numbers.
3
Speed dials
Allows you to assign up to 8 ( 2 - 9 )
one-touch dial allocations.
4
Voice list
Allows you to list phone numbers which is
attached voice.
5
Caller groups
Allows you to show group list.
6
Copy all
Allows you to copy entries from your Phone
memory to SIM card or from SIM card to
Phone memory.
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Delete all
Allows you to erase all the data in either your
phonebook or the SIM card to the phone
memory.
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Settings
Allows you to set the memory and to search
item by Variable, name and number.
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Information
Allows you to check the status of memory,
SDN (Service Dial Number), and Own
number list.
Menu Tree
Accessing the Menu
1 Messages
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Write short message
Write multimedia message
Inbox
Outbox
Voice mail
Info service
Templates
Settings
3 Profiles
1
2
3
4
5
6
Vibrate only
Quiet
General
Loud
Headset
Car
4 Settings
2 Call Register
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Missed calls
Received calls
Dialled calls
All calls list
Delete recent calls
Call charge
GPRS information
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Alarm clock
Date & Time
Phone settings
Call settings
Security settings
Network settings
Reset settings
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Menu Tree
Accessing the Menu
5 Organizer
1 Scheduler
2 Phone book
8 Java
1 Applications
2 Memory status
3 Download
6 Fun & Tools
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2
3
4
5
Calculator
My folder
Game
Unit converter
World time
7 WAP services
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2
3
4
5
6
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Home
Bookmarks
Push messages
Profiles
Go to URL
Cache settings
Security certifications
Reset profiles
9 SIM Service
This menu depends on SIM
and the network services.
Messages [Menu 1]
Accessing the Menu
This menu includes functions related to SMS (Short Message
Service), MMS (Multimedia Message Service), voice mail, as well as
the network’s service messages.
Write short message [Menu 1-1]
You can write and edit text messages, checking the number of
characters.
1. Enter Messages then select Write short message.
2. To write a message, use T9 text. For details, see How to use T9
(Page 31).
3. Press [Insert] to attach the followings.
4. When you finish writing, press [Options].
Insert
• Symbol
You can add special characters.
• Picture
You can insert the Default pictures or pictures in My folder that
are available for short messages.
• Sound
You can insert sounds that are available for short messages.
• Phone book
You can add phone numbers or e-mail addresses in Phone book.
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• Text templates
You can use Text templates already set in the phone.
Messages [Menu 1]
Accessing the Menu
• Business card
You can add your contact information to the message.
Options
• Send
Sends text messages.
1. Enter numbers of recipient.
2. Press D key to add more recipients.
3. You can add phone numbers in the phone book.
4. Press < after entering numbers.
• Save
Stores messages in Outbox.
• Font
You can select Size and Style of fonts.
• Colour
You can select Colour of foreground and background.
• Alignment
You can make the message contents aligned Right, Centre or
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• Add T9 dictionary
You can add your own word. This menu can be shown only when
edit mode is Predictive (T9Abc/T9abc/T9ABC).
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Accessing the Menu
• T9 langauges
Select a T9 input mode.
• Exit
If you press Exit while writing a message, you can end the writing
message and back to the Message menu. The message you have
written is not saved.
Write multimedia message [Menu 1-2]
You can write and edit multimedia messages, checking message
size.
1. Enter the Messages menu by pressing < [Select].
2. If you want to write a new message, select Write multimedia
message.
3. You can create a new message or choose one of the multimedia
message templates already made.
4. Press Insert to add Symbol, Picture, Sound, Text templates,
Phonebook or Business card.
Options
• Preview
You can preview multimedia messages you wrote.
• Save
You can save multimedia messages in the outbox or as templates.
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• Send
You can send multimedia messages to multiple recipients, prioritise
your message, and make it sent later as well.
Messages [Menu 1]
Accessing the Menu
• Add slide
You can add a slide before or after current slide.
• Move to slide
You can move to previous or next slide.
• Delete slide
You can delete current slides.
• Set slide format
- Set timer
You can set timer for slide, text, picture and sound.
- Swap text and picture
You can switch the position of picture and text of the message.
• Remove media
You can remove pictures or sounds in the slide. This option can be
shown only when any media exists.
• Add T9 dictionary
You can add your own word. This menu can be shown only
when edit mode is Predictive (T9Abc/T9abc/T9ABC).
• T9 langauges
Select a T9 input mode.
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• Exit
You can back to the Message menu.
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Accessing the Menu
How to Use T9
T9 allows you to input text quickly.
In T9, you only need to press the key with the corresponding
letter once. This is based on a built-in dictionary to which you
can also add new words.
• Writing words by using T9.
1. Start writing a word by using the keys 2 to 9.
Press each key only once for one letter.
To write for instance ‘Girl’.
4 (For i)
4 (For g)
160
1
159
7 (For r)
157
1
1
158
1
5 (For l)
156
1
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The word changes after each keystroke. Therefore you
shouldn’t pay too much attention to how the word appears
on the display until you have pressed all the appropriate
keys.
Messages [Menu 1]
Accessing the Menu
To delete a character to the left, press C.
To insert several numbers, hold # down and key in the
numbers.
If you hold * down, you can change the type of
language. (You can also use options.)
Also, the phone supports three modes: Predictive
(T9Abc, T9ABC, T9abc), Multitap (ABC, abc), Numeric
(123). If you want to change a mode, press # key.
Alternatively
: Press * key and select insert
symbols. Select the desired character
and press Select.
2. When you have finished wirting a word, check whether the
word is correct.
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If the word
is correct
: Press 0 and write the next word.
If the word is
not correct
: Search by U , D (Previous and
Next word).
Alternatively
: If there is no word you want you can
add your own word. Press <
[Options] in the Predictive edit mode.
Select Add T9 dictionary Menu.
You can see the following.
Accessing the Menu
Word
Word
Input your
word
➭
Options
Insert
Options
Insert
3. To insert a punctuation mark, press 1 repeatedly until
the desired mark appears.
T9 languages
• You can select T9 Languages by selecting Menu.
In T9 mode, you can also select T9 Off menu.
(Default is T9 On)
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Messages [Menu 1]
Accessing the Menu
Inbox [Menu 1-3]
You will be alerted when you have received messages. They will be
stored in Inbox.
In Inbox, you can identify each message by icons. For detail, see the
icon directive.
Icon directive
[
] Multimedia message
[
] Short message
[
] SIM message
[
] Read
[
] Notified multimedia message
If the phone shows ‘No space for SIM message’, you have to delete
any SIM messages from inbox or outbox. If the phone displays ‘No
space for message’, you can make space of each repository as
deleting messages, media and applications.
❇ SIM message
SIM message means the message exceptionally stored in SIM
card.
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For notified multimedia message, you have to wait for downloading
and processing of the message. For notification setting, see [Menu
1-8-2] for detail.
To read a message, select one of the messages by pressing <.
Reply
You can reply to the sender.
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Accessing the Menu
Forward
You can forward the selected message to another party.
Return call
You can call back to the sender.
Delete
You can delete the current message.
Extract
You can extract picture, sound and text. They will be saved in My
folder or Phonebook.
View information
You can view information about received messages; Sender's
address, Subject (only for Multimedia message), Message date &
time, Message type, Message size.
Replay (applicable to Multimedia message only)
You can replay multimedia messages.
❇ Receive (In case of notification message)
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If Multimedia message is set to Auto download off, you can get
only Notification. To receive a message, you need to select
[Receive]. Although Mulimedia message is set to Auto
download on, on the network condition or other reasons, you can
get notification message.
Messages [Menu 1]
Accessing the Menu
Outbox [Menu 1-4]
When you have sent a message, you can see the sent message list
including delivery report.
Icon directive
[
] Sent
[
] Unsent
[
] Delivery confirmed
❇ When you use the message which is already sent
Edit
You can edit the selected message.
Send
The selected message is to be sent.
Delete
The selected message is deleted.
View information
Shows whether the message was sent, unsent or delivered
successfully.
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Accessing the Menu
Voice mail [Menu 1-5]
Listen to voice mail
You can listen to voice mail.
Voicemail centre
You can get the voicemail if this feature is supported by the network
service provider. When new voicemail is arrived, the symbol will be
displayed on the screen. Please check with your network service
provider for details of their service in order to configure the handset
accordigly.
1. Hold down < key in standby mode.
2. You can check the following submenus.
• Home
The number dialed on the home network to listen to voicemail.
• Roam
The number dialed when other networks to listen to voicemail.
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Messages [Menu 1]
Accessing the Menu
Info service [Menu 1-6]
(Dependent to network and subscription)
Cell Broadcast messages (CB Message) are text messages by the
network to GSM phone users. They provide general information such
as weather reports, traffic news, taxis, pharmacies, and stock prices.
Each type of information has the number; therefore, you can contact
service provider. When you receive CB message, you can read it
following sequence:
Read
1. When you receive CB message, it will be displayed on the screen.
You can read the message by scrolling U , D .
2. After reading the message, press E to return to the standby
mode. In addition, you can save it until another message is
reached.
Receive
Allows you to receive Cell broadcast messages.
Alert
Allows you to alert by beep when you receive Cell broadcast
messages.
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You can select the language you want. Then, the cell broadcast
message will be shown in the language that you selected.
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Accessing the Menu
Topics (Dependent to network and subscription)
• Add new
You can add the CB message category in the Phone memory with
its nickname.
• View list
You can see the CB message category which you added. If you
press [Options], you can edit and delete CB message category
which you added.
• Active list
You can select the CB message category in the active list by
pressing [On/Off].
Templates [Menu 1-7]
You can see 11 predefined messages in the list and save 6
templates before you edit. You can also change them. The others
are <Empty>.
Text
Allows you to edit predefined messages.
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Messages [Menu 1]
Accessing the Menu
Multimedia
Allows you to edit predefined Multimedia messages.
You can use the following option for Text and Multimedia.
Edit
: You can edit multimedia templates.
Add new
: Allows you to add new multimedia templates.
Write message : You can write multimedia messages using
multimedia templates.
Delete
: You can delete multimedia templates.
Business card
Settings [Menu 1-8]
Short message
• Message types
Text, Voice, Fax, Natl. paging, X.400, E-mail, ERMES
Usually, the type of message is set to Text. You can convert your
text into alternative formats. Contact your service provider for the
availability of this function.
• Validity period
This network service allows you to set how long your text
messages will be stored at the message centre.
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Accessing the Menu
• Delivery report
If you set Yes in this menu, you can check whether your message
is sent successfully or not.
• Reply via same service centre
When a message is sent, it allows the person to whom you sent the
message to reply and charges the cost of the reply to your
telephone bill.
• SMS centre
If you want to send the text message, you can get the address of
SMS centre through this menu.
Multimedia message
• Validity period
This network service allows you to set how long your text
messages will be stored at the message centre.
• Delivery report
If you set Yes in this menu, you can check whether your message
is sent successfully or not.
• Auto download
If you select ‘on’, you receive multimedia messages automatically.
If you select ‘off’, you receive only notification message in inbox
and then you can check this notification.
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Messages [Menu 1]
Accessing the Menu
• Network settings
If you select multimedia message server, you can set IP address
for multimedia message server.
• Permitted message types
Personal
: Persornal message.
Advertisement
: Commercial message.
Information
: Necessary information.
Memory status
You can check how many free and in-use are in the SIM memory or
the Phone memory.
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Call Register [Menu 2]
Accessing the Menu
Missed calls [Menu 2-1]
This menu shows recently missed numbers. You can call by this
number, also save and view date and time this menu as well as
writing messages.
Received calls [Menu 2-2]
This menu shows recently received numbers. You can call by this
number, also save and view date and time, as well as writing
messages.
Dialled calls [Menu 2-3]
This menu shows recently dialed numbers. You can call by this
number, also save and view date and time, as well as writing
messages.
All calls list [Menu 2-4]
You can save the phone number and check the date and time for a
call. Moreover, you can call back to the other party, as well as writing
messages.
Delete recent calls [Menu 2-5]
You can delete the all call records.
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Call Register [Menu 2]
Accessing the Menu
Call charge [Menu 2-6]
Within these submenus, you can view the duration and the call cost
of your calls.
Call duration
This function allows you to view the duration of your Last Call, All
Calls, Received calls and Dialled calls in hours, minutes and
seconds. You can also reset the call timers.
Show call costs
This function allows you to check the cost of your last call, all calls,
remaining and reset the costs. To reset the cost, you need the PIN2
code.
Note
• The actual call cost may be different depending on network
features, billing, and tax.
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Accessing the Menu
Settings [SIM Dependent]
• Set tariff
You can set the currency type and the unit price. Contact your
services providers to obtain charging unit prices. To select the
currency or unit in this menu, you need the PIN2 code.
• Set credit
This network service allows you to limit the costs of your calls by
selected charging units. If you select Read, the number of
remaining unit is shown. If you select Change, you can change
your charge limit.
Note
• When all units have been used, no calls can be made
except emergency calls. Depending on SIM card, you need
the PIN2 code to set a call cost limit.
• Auto display
This network service allows you to see automatically cost of your
last call. If you select Yes in Auto display menu, you can see the
last cost when the call is released.
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Call Register [Menu 2]
Accessing the Menu
GPRS information [Menu 2-7]
You can check the amount of data transferred over the network
through GPRS. In addition, you can also view how much time you
are online.
Call duration
You can check the duration of GPRS call. You can also reset the call
timers.
• Last call
• All calls
• Reset
Data volume
You can check the data volume.
• Sent
• Received
• All
• Reset all
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Profiles [Menu 3]
Accessing the Menu
In this menu, you can adjust and customize the phone tones for
different events, environments and caller’s group.
Note
• When your phone is connected to the Handsfree kit, it’ll be
automatically set to the Car profiles menu and when your
phone is connected to the Earmic, it’ll be automatically set
to Headset profiles menu then each submenu related to
them will be displayed automatically.
Vibrate only [Menu 3-1]
You can adjust the profile as Vibration if you need vibration mode.
Quiet [Menu 3-2]
You can adjust the profile as Quiet if you are in quiet place.
General [Menu 3-3]
You can adjust the profile as General.
Loud [Menu 3-4]
You can adjust the profile as Loud if you are in a noisy environment.
Headset [Menu 3-5]
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You can adjust the Profiles as Headset when you put on a headset.
Profiles [Menu 3]
Accessing the Menu
Car [Menu 3-6]
You can adjust the Profiles as Car when you activate Handsfree Kit.
A Group of Profiles submenus
Profiles menu have the submenus as shown below.
Incoming alert type
Allows to alert for the incoming call for adjusting environment.
Ring tone
Allows to set the ringing tone for adjusting environment.
Ring volume
Allows to set the ring volume for adjusting environment.
Message alert type
Allows to alert when receiving a message for adjusting environment:
Ring once, Vibrate, Silent.
Key/Effect volume
Allows to set the Key volume and effect volume for adjusting
environment.
Keypad tone
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Allows to set the keypad tone for adjusting environment.
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Accessing the Menu
Auto answer
Allows to set to answer automatically for adjusting environment.
Please note that only Car and Headset has this sub menu so that
you can activate this function.
• Off
Even though your phone is ringing, your phone will not answer
automatically.
• After 5 secs
After 5 seconds your phone will answer automatically.
• After 10 secs
After 10 seconds your phone will answer automatically.
Note
• If you set the Handsfree kit to the phone, you can’t activate
the vibration related with Incoming alert or Message alert
menu. Therefore, in Handsfree menu, you can view the
following submenus;
- Incoming alert : Ring, Silent
- Message alert : Ring Once, Silent
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Settings [Menu 4]
Accessing the Menu
You can set the following menus for your convenience and
preferences.
Alarm clock [Menu 4-1]
You can set the alarm to go off at a specified time.
1. Select On and enter the alarm time you want.
2. Select the repeat period : Once, Daily, Weekly, Monthly.
3. Select the alarm tone you want and press [OK].
4. Edit the alarm name and press [OK].
5. If you set Alarm clock to Power off alarm, the alarm goes off
at a specified time despite the phone is switched off.
Date & Time [Menu 4-2]
You can set functions relating to the date and time.
Date
• Set date
You can set the date of your phone.
• Date format
You can set the Date format.
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Accessing the Menu
Time
The phone has its own clock. In this menu you can set the time and
select between the 12-hour or 24-hour time formats.
• Set time:
You can set time of your phone in this menu.
• Time format:
Your can select time format between 12-hour or 24-hour.
Phone settings [Menu 4-3]
You can set functions relating to the phone.
Display settings
• Screen saver
You can set screen saver.
• Call
You can set the animation as making a call.
• Wallpaper
You can select background picture in a standby mode.
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Settings [Menu 4]
Accessing the Menu
• Greeting note
If you select yes, this menu allows you select the standby display.
In text mode, you can edit the text.
• Backlight
You can set the light-up duration you want whenever you press a
key.
• LCD contrast
LCD contrast
You can set the brightness of LCD you want by
pressing U , D .
Languages
You can select the language will be displayed.
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Accessing the Menu
Call settings [Menu 4-4]
You can set the menu relevant to a call by pressing [Select] in
Setting menu.
Call divert
The Call divert service allows you to divert incoming voice calls, fax
calls, and data calls to another number. For details, contact your
service provider.
• All voice calls
Diverts voice calls unconditionally.
• If busy
Diverts voice calls when the phone is in use.
• If no reply
Diverts voice calls which you do not answer.
• If out of reach
Diverts voice calls when the phone is switched off or out of
coverage.
• All data calls
Diverts to a number with a PC connection unconditionally.
• All fax calls
Diverts to a number with a fax connection unconditionally.
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Settings [Menu 4]
Accessing the Menu
• Cancel all
Cancels all call divert service.
• The submenus
Call divert menus have the submenus as shown below.
- Activate
Activating the corresponding service.
To other number
Inputs the number for diverting.
To favorite number
You can check 5 diverted numbers.
To voice mail
Forwards to message centre. This function doesn’t include All
data calls and All fax calls menus.
- Cancel
Deactivating the corresponding service.
- View status
Viewing the status of the corresponding service. Shows the status
of Call waiting.
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Accessing the Menu
Anykey answer
• On
If you select this menu, you can receive a call by pressing any key
except E key.
• Off
If you select this menu, you can receive an incoming call by only
pressing S key.
Note
• How to use Handfree portable:
If you want to use the handsfree portable(earphone), please
press the button # for a long time after inserting it to the
connector when incoming a call.
Send my number
(network and subscription dependent)
• Set by network
If you select this, you can send your phone number depending on
two line service such as line 1 or line 2.
• Off
If you select this, you can’t send your phone number.
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• On
If you select this, you can send your phone number to the other
party. That is, your phone number will be displayed on receiver’s
phone.
Settings [Menu 4]
Accessing the Menu
Call waiting
(network dependent)
If this service is Enable, you can accept a waiting (incoming) call.
• On
Activating the corresponding service.
• Off
Deactivating the corresponding service.
• View status
Checking the Status of the service.
Minute minder
If you select On, you can check the call duration by beep sound
every minute during a call.
Auto redial
• On
When this function is set on, your phone will make up to 10
attempts for a call after not connecting.
• Off
Your phone will not make any attempts to connect the call after not
connecting.
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Accessing the Menu
Select line
This function is only used if Alternate line service supported by the
Service Provider. Two independent phone numbers are registered
for the phone. This function provides you with the selection the
currently used phone number. If this function is supported by your
service provider, the following menu will be displayed.
• Line 1 : Select Line 1 as the current phone number.
• Line 2 : Select Line 2 as the current phone number.
Security settings [Menu 4-5]
PIN code request
In this menu, you can set the phone to ask for the PIN code of your
SIM card when the phone is switched on. If this function is activated,
you’ll be requested to enter the PIN code.
1. Press [Menu] in standby mode.
2. Press 4 key for direct access or use U and D to enter
Settings.
3. Scroll to highlight Security settings menu.
4. Select PIN code request by pressing [Select].
5. You can view the following submenus.
• On : Enable PIN code request.
• Off : Disable PIN code request.
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Settings [Menu 4]
Accessing the Menu
Phone lock
You can use security code to avoid unauthorized use of your phone.
When you switch on your phone, your phone will request security
code always if you set phone lock to “On”. If you set phone lock to
“Automatic”, your phone will request security code only when you
change your SIM card.
• On
• Off
• Automatic
Automatic key lock
When you enable Automatic key lock, keypad will be lock
automatically on an idle screen after 25 seconds without any key
requesting.
• On
• Off
Note
• If you want to lock your phone keypad manually, enter Top
menu and press * key.
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• If you want to unlock your phone keypad, press <
[unlock] key and then press * key. But if you enabled
Automatic key lock before, your phone keypad will be
unlock and then after 25 seconds the keypad will be lock up
again automatically.
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Accessing the Menu
Call barring
The Call barring service prevents your phone from making or
receiving certain category of calls. This function requires the call
barring password. You can view the following submenus.
• All outgoing :
The barring service of all outgoing calls.
• International [Outgoing international] :
The barring service of all outgoing international calls.
• International except home
[Outgoing international when roam] :
The barring service of all international outgoing calls except home
network.
• All incoming :
The barring service of all incoming calls.
• Incoming when abroad :
The barring service of all incoming calls when abroad.
• Cancel all :
You can cancel all barring service.
• Change passwd :
You can change the password for Call Barring Service.
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Settings [Menu 4]
Accessing the Menu
Fixed dial number (SIM dependent)
You can restrict your outgoing calls to selected phone number. The
numbers are protected by your PIN2 code.
• Activate
You can restrict your outgoing calls to selected phone number.
• Cancel
You can call without restricting phone number.
• Number list
You can view the number list saved as Fixed dial number.
Change codes
You can change the access codes : PIN, PIN2, Security code.
Network settings [Menu 4-6]
You can select the network which you will be registered either
automatically or manually. Usually, the selection of the network used
by the handset is automatic.
Automatic
The phone automatically selects network which is available in the
area.
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Accessing the Menu
Manual
The phone will find the list of available networks and show you them.
Then you can select the network which you want to use if this
network has a roaming agreement with your home network operator.
Preferred
You can set a list of preferred networks the handset should attempt
to register with first, before attempting to register to any other
networks. This list is created from the handset’s predefined list of
known networks.
User define
You can add entries or delete new ones from the network list.
This can even include new networks whose network codes are not
known to the handset. To do this, select and then enter the network
code, country code and network name.
Reset settings [Menu 4-7]
You can set the handset to the default configuration by selecting this
menu. In addition, you need Security code to activate this function.
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Organizer [Menu 5]
Accessing the Menu
Scheduler [Menu 5-1]
On top of the screen there are sections for date and icons.
Whenever you change the date, the calendar will be updated
according to the date. And square cursor will be used to locate the
certain day. If you see under bar on the calendar, it means that there
is a schedule that day. This function helps to remind you of your
schedule and memo. The phone will sound an alarm tone if you set
this for the note.
For changing the day, month, and year.
Key
Description
13
Yearly
*#
Monthly
Key
U
D
Descripción
If you press these keys shortly,
you can set the alarm daily.
In case of pressing for a long
time, you can set it weekly.
Add new
You can edit maximum 30 characters. You can take a note. You can
choose the following types of note. You can make up to maximum 20
notes.
• Schedule
Input the subject, the schedule time, the repeat time, alarm time by
pressing [Select].
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• Memo
1. Select Add New by pressing [Select].
2. Scroll to highlight Memo.
3. Press [Select].
4. Input the memo and then press [Select].
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Accessing the Menu
View day
Shows the note for the chosen day. Use U , D to browse through
the note lists. If you set alarm for the note, Alarm watch is displayed.
Press [Options] to delete, edit the note you selected.
View all
Shows the notes that are set for all days. Use U , D to browse
through the note lists. You can use the same menu as “View date”
by pressing [Options].
Delete past
You can delete for the last schedule already is notified you.
Delete all
You can delete for the all note(s).
Phone book [Menu 5-2]
Search
(Calling from phonebook)
1. Open the phonebook first by pressing [Names] in a standby
mode.
2. Search by Pressing [Select] to enter.
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Organizer [Menu 5]
Accessing the Menu
3. Depending on setting Search by, the below menu may not
appear.
• Name
• Number
4. You can find an entry by name and number.
5. Select [Search].
6. You can check the names and numbers by pressing [List].
7. If you want to edit, delete, copy an entry, or to add the voice to
one, select [Options]. The below menu will be displayed.
• Edit
: You can edit the name, number, E-mail, and fax
by pressing [OK].
• Delete
: You can delete an entry.
• View other
number
: You can see other phone numbers in names
you searched.
• Write message : You can write message.
• Copy
: You can copy an entry from SIM to phone or
from phone to SIM.
• Call
: You can call thru the chosen entry.
• Voice
: You can add the voice to the entry or change
the voice tag.
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• Main number : You can select the one out of mobile, home,
office that you often use. The main number will
be displayed first, if you set this.
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Accessing the Menu
Add new
You can add phonebook entry by using this function.
Phone memory capacity is 200 entries. SIM card memory capacity
depends on the service provider.
You can also save 20 characters of name in the Phone memory, and
you can save characters in the SIM card. The number of character is
SIM dependent feature.
1. Open the phonebook first by pressing [Names] in standby mode.
2. Scroll to highlight Add new, and press [Select] to enter.
3. Select the memory you want to save: SIM or Phone.
• SIM
: You can add name and number for entry.
a. Write a name to add.
b. Press [OK], then you can input a number.
c. Press [OK].
d. If you want to add the voice, press [Yes].
• Phone : You can add name, mobile, home, office, fax no. and
E-mail address.
a. You can select among mobile, home and office by
pressing [select].
b. Write a name to add.
c. Enter the numbers following as mobile, home, office
by pressing [Next] for next step [Clear] for cancel
and C for saving or exit.
d. If you want to add the voice, press [Yes].
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You should speak a word within 2 seconds, and the phone asks you
to speak it again to ensure the accuracy of voice recognition. After
voice recognition has finished, Voice is attached automatically.
Organizer [Menu 5]
Accessing the Menu
Note
• The voice can only be attached to main number which you
set. For example, if you change main number voice will be
automatically attached changed number.
• You can add voice tag to phone number in SIM card.
The voice tag can be erased removing or changing SIM card.
And voice tag attached to phone number in SIM card may be
attached to another phone number when you changed SIM
card. Why? The answer is that SIM card doesn’t contain
information about voice tag.
Speed dials
You can associate any of the keys 2 to 9 with a Name list entry.
You can call directly by pressing this key for 2-3 seconds.
1. Open the phonebook first by pressing [Names] in a standby
mode.
2. Scroll to Speed dials, then press [Select] to enter this menu.
3. Every Speed dials will be displayed.
4. If you want to add Speed dials, select <Empty>. Then, you can
search the name in phonebook.
5. If you select allocated name by Speed dials, you can view
following the submenus.
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• Change : You can change the allocation of Speed dials
number.
• Cancel
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: You can cancel the allocated Speed dials number.
Accessing the Menu
Voice list
You can see all phone numbers which contain voice. You can also
call directly by pressing [Send]. After selecting phone number by
using U and D press [Options], you can see following the
submenus.
• Play
You can play voice which is attached to phone number.
• Change
You can change voice which is attached to phone number.
• Delete
You can delete voice which is attached to phone number.
• Call
You can call by selecting this menu.
Caller groups
You can list up to 20 members per one group. There are 7 groups
you can make lists to.
1. Press [Names] to enter into the phonebook in standby mode.
2. Scroll to Caller groups item then press [Select] to enter this
menu.
4. Select Group name that you want to manage by pressing [Select].
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3. Every Group list will be displayed.: Family, Friend, Colleague,
VIP, Group1, Group2 and Others.
Organizer [Menu 5]
Accessing the Menu
5. Then submenus below will be displayed.
• View member
- You can view the number list in Caller groups.
- You can select the member you want by pressing [Options]
then you can enable the submenu such as Edit, Delete, View
other number, Write message, Copy, Voice and Main
number.
• Group ring tone
You can set the ring tone depending on Group.
• Group animation
You can set the animation for each group.
• Add member
You can add the member in Caller groups.
1. Scroll to highlight Add member, and then press [Select] to
enter.
2. The group member souldn’t be exceeded 20. Otherwise, the
error message will be displayed.
3. Press [OK] to add member.
• Delete member
You can delete the member already saved in phonebook.
• Rename
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Accessing the Menu
Copy all
You can copy/move entries from SIM card memory to Phone
memory or from Phone memory to SIM card memory.
1. Open the phonebook first by pressing [Names] in standby mode.
2. Scroll to Copy all, then press [Select] to enter this menu.
3. Then submenus below will be displayed.
• SIM to Phone : You can copy the entry from SIM Card to Phone
memory.
• Phone to SIM : You can copy the entry from Phone memory to
SIM Card.
Delete all
You can delete all entries in SIM, Phone, and Voice. This function
requires Security code.
1. Press [Names] to enter into the phonebook in standby mode.
2. Scroll to Delete all, then press [Select].
3. Then select a memory to erase: SIM, Phone, Voice.
4. And then you will be requested to enter Security code.
5. Press [OK] or, press [Back] to cancel.
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You can set preferred memory which includes Variable, SIM or
Phone and preferred search which includes Variable, Name and
Number.
Organizer [Menu 5]
Accessing the Menu
1. Open the phonebook first by pressing [Names] in a standby
mode.
2. Scroll to Settings, then Press [Select] to enter.
3. Then submenus below will be displayed.
• Set memory
1. Scroll to highlight Set memory, then press [Select] to enter.
2. The three submenus are displayed.
- Variable : If you select Variable, the phone asks you
where to store whenever you add entries in
Phonebook.
- SIM
: If you select SIM, the phone stores entries to
SIM directly without asking you where to store.
- Phone : If you select Phone, the phone stores entries to
Phone directly without asking you where to
store.
• Search by
1. Scroll to highlight Search by, then press [Select] to enter.
2. The three submenus are displayed.
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- Variable : If you select Variable, the phone asks you how
to search the entries.
- Name : If you select Name, the phone searches entries
by name.
- Number : If you select Number, the phone searches
entries by number.
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Accessing the Menu
Information
• Service dial number
Use this function to access a particular list of services provided by
your network operator (if supported by the SIM card).
• Memory status
This feature allows you to see how many free
and in-use are in your phonebook.
• Own number (SIM dependent)
You can check your own number in SIM card.
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Fun & Tools [Menu 6]
Accessing the Menu
Calculator [Menu 6-1]
This contains the standard functions such as +, –, x, / : Add,
Subtract, Multiply, Divide.
1. Input the numbers by pressing numeric keys.
2. Press U key once for Add and long press for Multiply. Press
D key once for Subtract and long press for divide.
3. Press * key to input Prime number and # key to input
Negative number.
4. You can view the result by pressing [Result] key.
5. If you want to continue the calculation, repeat the process.
6. You can delete the number or sign you want by pressing C .
7. Press E key if you want to end the calculation process.
My folder [Menu 6-2]
All the contents downloaded through M-service or EMS such as
images, ringtones and etc, are available in the My folder menu.
In this menu you can check the contents, edit their name and,
eventually, set them as wallpapers or ringtones.
Downloaded polyphonic ringtones must be activated in this menu in
order to make them available in the audio profiles ringtones list. You
can activate just one downloaded ringtone at once.
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Note
You can also attach this objects in an EMS message as
described in the Write SMS chapter [Menu 1-1].
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Accessing the Menu
Game [Menu 6-3]
The phone offers you enjoyable games to play with.
Note
The Control keys are different for each game. But each game
has screens to explain the main control key (see key info.).
Other common control keys are below.
[Common Key Function]
• < [Soft 1 Key]
: Start game, and Ok key
• C [CLR]
: Pause
• > [Soft 2 Key]
: Back
•
E [END]
• 0~9
: Exit
: Stage and level control.
• U , D [Up,down key] : Volume control
• * [Star key]
: Navigation to the left
• # [Sharp key]
: Navigation to the right
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Fun & Tools [Menu 6]
Accessing the Menu
Unit converter [Menu 6-4]
Length
This converts any measurement into a unit you
want. There are 4 types that can be converted
into units: Length, Area, Weight, and Volume.
1. You can select one of four unit types by
pressing [Next] key.
2. Select the unit you want to convert by
pressing U and D .
3. You can toggle between Current and Convert by long pressing
U and D .
4. You can input the prime number after the decimal place by
pressing #.
5. You can delete the number you want by pressing C.
6. Press E key or [Back] key if you want to end the process for
converting the value.
World time [Menu 6-5]
You can view the time for each city around the world.
when you press U , D shortly, you can view the city belonged to
the different time zone and when you press U , D long, you can
view the all of city on the same time zone.
If you want to select the country you want, press [set] key.
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WAP services [Menu 7]
Accessing the Menu
Your phone supports services based on Wireless Application
Protocol (WAP). You can access services supported by your
network. The services menu allows you to get the information such
as news, weather reports, and flight times.
Home [Menu 7-1]
You can connect to the configured homepage of the activated profile.
Bookmarks [Menu 7-2]
When you enter this menu, you can see the bookmarks. Then press
< button to access available option, or press > to exit it.
• Connect : Connect to selected bookmark.
• Add new : Add a new bookmark manually.
• Edit
: Edit the title and the address of the selected bookmark.
• Delete
: Delete the selected bookmark from the bookmark list.
Push messages [Menu 7-3]
You can receive messages related with WAP which is included URL.
So you can connect to indicated URL directly.
Inbox
You can read or delete the push messages.
• Load
: Allows you connect to a specific site using the
information in the received push message.
• Delete
: Deletes the selected push message.
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• Information : Allows you connect to a specific site using the
information in the received push message.
WAP services [Menu 7]
Accessing the Menu
Setting
You can set push the messages.
Profiles [Menu 7-4]
You can make up to 5 profiles and activate only one of them. Scroll
to the desired profile and press < to access available options.
• Activate
You can activate the selected profile.
• Settings
You can edit and change WAP settings of the selected profile.
- Homepage
This setting allows you to enter the address (URL) of the site you
want to use as homepage. You do not need to type “http://” in
front of each URL as the WAP Browser will automatically add it.
- Display image
You can select whether images on WAP cards are displayed or
not.
- Conn. type
The options for connection type are Continuous or Temporary
and depend on the gateway.
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A non-confirmed (connectionless) service.
Continuous
A confirmed delivery mechanism but generates more network
traffic.
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Accessing the Menu
- Conn. security
The options are On and Off depend on the gateway you are
using.
- Gateway information
Most of WAP gateways do not require a User ID and Password.
If your gateway need them to connect to it, then your network
should provide them, and you must set them up correctly before
trying to browse a WAP site.
- Bearer
Data
GPRS
- Data settings
The service settings are only available when Data is chosen as a
bearer service.
These values of setting are provided by your network.
IP address
: Enter the IP address of the WAP gateway you are
using to access.
Dial number : Enter the telephone number to dial to access your
WAP gateway.
: Select the type of data call.: Analogue or ISDN
(Digital).
Call speed
: The speed of your data connection.
User ID
: The user identity for your dial-up server (and NOT
the WAP gateway).
Password
: The password required by your dial-up server
(and NOT the WAP gateway) to identify you.
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Call type
WAP services [Menu 7]
Accessing the Menu
- GPRS settings
The service settings are only available when GPRS is chosen as
a bearer service.
- Linger timer
You can input timeout periods between 30sec, and 300sec. if any
data wasn’t input or transferred, the service will be unavailable.
• Rename
Edit the Profile Name.
• Email server
Save the URL of the E-mail server that you frequently use.
- Connect
Connect to the E-mail server that you configured.
- Edit address
Edit the URL of the E-mail server.
Go to URL [Menu 7-5]
You can directly connect to the site that you want. You need to enter
the specific URL that you want to directly connect.
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Accessing the Menu
Cache settings [Menu 7-6]
You can remove the contents of Cache memory and change the
Cache check mode.
Clear cache
The contents of Cache memory will be removed.
Check cache
You can change the time for checking the Cache memory.
• Always
The cache is always checked whenever URL is loaded or
navigated.
• Start only
The cache is only checked when the WAP is started.
• Off
The cache is never checked.
Security certifications [Menu 7-7]
A list of the available certificates is shown.
Reset profiles [Menu 7-8]
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You can reset all the current settings of profiles to the factory default.
Java [Menu 8]
Accessing the Menu
Applications [Menu 8-1]
Java Menu Options
Scroll to an application and select Options.
1. Open
: Launches the selected MIDlet.
2. Delete
: Deletes the selected MIDlet.
3. Update
: Accesses the server and updates the selected
MIDlet.
4. Information
: Displays information about the selected MIDlet.
5. Phone settings
: Allows you to set backlight and sound for java
game.
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JAVA™ is a trademark of Sun Microsystems, Inc.
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Accessing the Menu
Memory status [Menu 8-2]
Shows the size of memory available for game and application
installations. You can also see the whole memory status of Handset.
Download [Menu 8-3]
See [Menu 7-2]. You can edit and set MIDlet server address.
Download MIDlets using WAP Browser and store them in the phone.
You can also view the list of MIDlets stored on the Applicatons
screen.
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Internet On-line menu
Accessing the Menu
If you are on line, you can see the following menus.
❏ Home
This is the same as [Menu 7-1].
❏ Reload
This reloads the current page.
❏ Bookmarks
This is the same as [Menu 7-2].
❏ Save as bookmarks
Save the current URL as a bookmark. You can also edit the
bookmark title.
❏ Go to URL
Same as [Menu 7-5].
❏ Go to e-mail server
Connect to the E-mail server that you configured.
❏ Set as e-mail server
Save the current URL as an E-mail server.
❏ Save image
Save the browsed image.
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How to Use Data and Fax call
Additional Functions
To be able to data or fax service, you need the communicate
software such as a data or a fax program. Before using these
functions, you need to connect your phone to a computer or make
sure that your phone is in connection with a compatible device.
Sending Data or Fax Calls
1. Connect your computer to the phone.
2. After starting the communicate software, make a call and transmit
a data or fax.
3. After the data or fax transmission, you can end the call by just
ending of the communicate software, pressing [End].
Receiving Data or Fax Calls
If you have separate numbers for voice, data and fax calls, your
phone recognizes the type of call.
Receiving Data or Fax Calls – Separate numbers
(Multi-numbers)
To use a data or a fax service, the display shows which type of call
you are receiving.
To receive a data or fax call.
1. Connect your computer to the phone.
2. After starting the communicate software, accept a call and receive
a data or fax (if it is not answered automatically).
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3. After the data or fax reception, you can end the call by just ending
of the communicate software, pressing [End].
How to Use Data and Fax call
Additional Functions
Receiving Data or Fax Calls – Single number
If you have a SIM card that does not support separate voice, data
and fax numbers, the phone does not recognize the type of incoming
call.
To use a data or a fax service, make sure that you want to receive a
data or fax call mode. You first have to set the phone to one of these
options in the call mode (Settings ➝ Call Setting ➝ Next Incoming)
sub menu.
To receive a data or fax call.
1. Press [Menu] in standby mode.
2. Select the call type you want (Voice, Data or Fax) and press
[Select].
3. Connect your computer to the phone.
4. After starting the communicate software, accept a call and receive
a data or fax (if it is not answered automatically).
5. After the data or fax reception, you can end the call by just ending
of the communicate software, pressing [End].
Once you have set your phone for a specific incoming call, it remains
set until you change it.
PC Sync
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PC Sync is a program for data exchange PC & Phone by data
cable. Therefore, if you want to use this function, you have to
buy accessory kit. About more detail for using guide refers to
PC Sync Help file on the PC Sync CD.
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In call Menu
Additional Functions
During a call, the following menus will be displayed, not in a standby
mode.
1 During a call
1-1 Putting a Call on Hold
You can place a call on hold or retrieve by just pressing the [Send]
key. When a call is made or answered, press the [Send] key to place
it on hold. When a call is held, press the [Send] key to make it active.
1-2 Making a Second Call
You can get a dial number from phonebook to make a second call.
Press [Names] key then select Search. To save the dial number into
phonebook during call, press [Names] key then select Add new.
1-3 Swapping Between Two Calls
To switch between two calls, select the [Options] key, then select
Swap or just press [Send] key.
You can make one of two calls focused by pressing up/down arrow
key. If you want to end one of two calls, make the call you want to
end focused, then press [End] key when the call you want to end is
focused.
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In call Menu
Additional Functions
1-4 Answering an Incoming Call
To answer an incoming call, simply press the [Send] key.
The handset is also able to warn you of an incoming call while you
are already in a call. A tone sounds in the earpiece, and the display
will show that a second call is waiting.
If Call Waiting is on, you can put the first call on hold and answer the
second, by pressing [Send] or by selecting the [Answer] key.
You can end the current call and answer the waiting call by selecting
the [Menu] key, then End & Answer.
1-5 Rejecting an Incoming Call
You can reject an incoming call without answering by simply
pressing the [End] key.
When in a call you can reject an incoming call (1st call) by pressing
the [Menu] key and selecting Multiparty/End and Answer or by
pressing [End] key.
1-6 Controlling the volume during a call
You can control the volume during a call by pressing [Options] key
and selecting Volume followed by U or D .
1-7 Muting the Microphone
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You can mute the microphone during a call by pressing the [Options]
key then selecting Mute. The handset can be unmuted by pressing
the [Unmute].
When the handset is muted, the caller cannot hear you, but you can
still hear them.
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Additional Functions
1-8 Switching DTMF Tones on During a Call
To turn DTMF tones on during a call, for example, to allow your
handset to make use of an automated switchboard, select the
[Options] key, then DTMF On. DTMF tones can be turned off the
same way.
1-9 Calling up the messages or SIM Tool Kit
The Messages and SIM Tool kit main menu options can be reached
from the in-call menu by selecting the [Options] key, then Messages
or SIM Tool Kit (Screen name depends on the network operator’s
SIM). SIM Tool kit menu is shown only when SIM in the handset
supports SIM Tool kit service.
2 Multiparty or Conference Calls
The multiparty or conference service provides you with the ability to
have a simultaneous conversation with more than one caller, if your
network service provider supports this feature.
A multiparty call can only be set up when you have one active call
and one call on hold, both calls having been answered. Once a
multiparty call is set up, calls may be added, disconnected or
separated (that is, removed from the multiparty call but still
connected to you) by the person who set up the multiparty call.
These options are all available from the in-call menu and are listed in
Section.
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The maximum callers in a multiparty call is five. Once started, you
are in control of the multiparty call, and only you can add calls to the
multiparty call.
In call Menu
Additional Functions
2-1 Making a Second Call
You can make a second call while you are already in a call. To do
this, enter the second number and press [Send]. When you get
second call the first call is automatically put on hold. You can swap
between calls by selecting the [Options] key then Swap.
2-2 Setting up a Multiparty Call
You can connect a call on hold to the currently active call to form a
multiparty call by selecting the [Options] key then Multiparty/Join
all.
2-3 Putting the Multiparty Call on Hold
To put a multiparty call on hold, select the [Options] key then
Multiparty/Hold all.
2-4 De-activate the Multiparty Call on Hold
To de-activate a multiparty call on hold, select the [Options] key then
Multiparty/Join all.
2-5 Adding Calls to the Multiparty Call
To join an active call to the held multiparty call, select the [Options]
key then Multiparty/Join all.
2-6 Displaying Callers in a Multiparty Call
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To scroll through the numbers of the callers who make up a
multiparty call on the handset screen, press U and D keys.
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Additional Functions
2-7 Putting a Member of a Multiparty Call on Hold
To place one selected caller (whose number is currently displayed
on-screen) of a multiparty call on hold, select the [Options] key then
Multiparty/Exclude.
2-8 A Private Call in a Multiparty Call
To have a private call with one caller of a multiparty call, display the
number of the caller you wish to talk to on the screen, then select the
[Options] key and Multiparty/Private to put all the other callers on
hold.
2-9 Ending a Multiparty Call
The currently displayed caller of a multiparty call can be
disconnected by pressing the [End] key. To end a multiparty call,
press the [Options] key then select Multiparty/End multiparty.
Selecting the [Options] key then Multiparty/End all, will end all the
active and held calls.
2-10 Explicit Call Transfer (ECT)
If you have one caller on hold and another active call, you may
connect one call party to another call party and then leave the call.
This is done by selecting the Multiparty/Transfer option from the incall menu.
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Accessories
There are various accessories for your mobile phone. You can select
these options according to your personal communication
requirements.
Standard Battery
Portable Handsfree
This connects to your phone, allowing
handsfree operation.
Travel Adapter
This charger allows you to charge the
battery while away from home or your office.
Cigar Lighter Adapter
You can operate the phone and trickle
charge the phone's battery from your vehicle
by using the cigarette lighter charger.
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Data Kit/CD
You can connect your phone to PC to
exchange the data between them.
Handsfree Kit
The handsfree car kit enables you to attach
the phone to the power jack in your car,
providing you with handsfree operation.
Note
• Information and specification in this menu is subject to
change without prior notice.
• Accessories may be different in different regions; please
check with our regional service company or agent for further
enquiries.
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Care and Maintenance
When using this unit, basic safety precautions as below should
be always followed.
• Do not touch the adapter with wet hands.
• Do not disassemble this unit. (Take it to a qualified service
technician when repair work is required.).
• Away from electrical appliance such as a TV, radio or personal
computer.
• The unit should be situated from heat sources such as radiators or
cookers.
• Do not drop.
• Do not subject this unit to mechanical vibration or shock.
• The coating of the phone may be damaged if covered with wrap or
vinyl wrapper.
• Use dry cloth to clean the exterior of the unit. (Do not use solvent
such as benzene, thinner or alcohol.)
• Do not subject this unit to excessive smoke or dust.
• Do not keep the phone next to credit cards or transport tickets; it
can be affected the information on the magnetic strips.
• Do not tap the screen with a sharp object; otherwise, it may
damage the phone.
• Do not expose the phone to liquid or moisture.
• Use the accessories like an earphone cautiously. Do not touch the
antenna unnecessarily.
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■ Caring for the Battery
• You do not need to completely discharge the battery before
recharging. Unlike other battery systems, there is no memory
effect that could compromise the battery’s performance.
• Use only LG batteries and chargers. LG chargers are designed
to maximize the battery life.
• Do not disassemble or short-circuit the battery pack.
• Keep the metal contacts of the battery pack clean.
• Replace the battery when it no longer provides acceptable
performance. The battery pack may be recharged hundreds of
times until it needs replacing.
• Recharge the battery if it has not been used for a long time to
maximize usability.
• Do not expose the battery charger to direct sunlight or use it in
high humidity, such as the bathroom.
• Do not leave the battery in hot or cold places, this may
deteriorate the battery performance.
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Technical Data
General
Product Name : G5300 i
System
: GSM 900/DCS 1800
Ambient Temperatures
Max : +55°C
Min : -10°C
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