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U8290
User Guide
U8290 User Guide
Part No. MMBB0181801 (1.1) H
Printed in Korea
This document is the User's Guide for the LG U8290 3G Video Mobile Phone. All rights for this document are
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U8290 User Guide
English
This document is the User's Guide for the LG U8290 3G Video Mobile Phone. All rights for this
document are reserved by LG Electronics. Copying, modifying and distributing this document
without the consent of LG Electronics are prohibited.
Disposal of your old appliance
1. When this crossed-out wheeled bin symbol is attached to a product it means the product is covered by the European Directive 2002/96/EC.
2. All electrical and electronic products should be disposed of separately from the municipal waste stream via designated collection facilities appointed by the
government or the local authorities.
3. The correct disposal of your old appliance will help prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and human health.
4. For more detailed information about disposal of your old appliance, please contact your city office, waste disposal service or the shop where you purchased the
product.
Table of Contents
Guidelines .................................................................................. 6
1. Profiles ................................................................................. 31
Installing the SIM card .......................................................... 10
General ................................................................................. 31
Charging the Battery .............................................................. 12
Silent ..................................................................................... 31
Disconnecting the charger ................................................... 13
Outdoor ................................................................................. 31
How to use a TransFlash (TFlash) memory card ................14
Vibrate only .......................................................................... 31
Part of the Phone .................................................................... 16
Headset ................................................................................ 31
Key functions ........................................................................... 17
Car ......................................................................................... 31
User defined 1 ..................................................................... 31
Getting Started ........................................................................ 18
User defined 2 ..................................................................... 31
Display information ............................................................... 20
General Functions .................................................................. 23
2. My Media ............................................................................. 33
Special Functions .................................................................. 28
2.1 Photos ............................................................................. 33
2.2 Pictures ........................................................................... 33
Main Menu .............................................................................. 29
2.3 Sounds ............................................................................. 36
2.4 Music ............................................................................... 38
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2.5 Games & more ............................................................... 39
4.3 E-mail inbox .................................................................... 62
2.6 Videos ............................................................................. 44
4.4 Drafts ............................................................................... 63
2.7 Bluetooth data ............................................................... 45
4.5 Outbox ............................................................................. 64
2.8 External memory ........................................................... 46
4.6 Sent ................................................................................. 64
4.7 Voice mail ....................................................................... 65
3. Call register ......................................................................... 48
4.8 Templates ........................................................................65
3.1 Missed calls ................................................................... 48
4.9 Settings ........................................................................... 66
3.2 Received calls ................................................................ 48
3.3 Dialled calls .................................................................... 48
5. t-zones .................................................................................. 71
3.4 All calls ........................................................................... 48
How to access t-zones ....................................................... 71
3.5 Call durations ................................................................. 48
6. Contacts ............................................................................... 72
4. Messages ............................................................................ 50
6.1 Add new .......................................................................... 72
4.1 New message ................................................................ 50
6.2 Search ............................................................................. 72
4.2 Inbox ................................................................................ 61
6.3 Speed dials ..................................................................... 72
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6.4 Group manager .............................................................. 72
8. Camera ................................................................................. 83
6.5 Own number ................................................................... 72
8.1 Take photo ...................................................................... 83
6.6 Settings ........................................................................... 73
8.2 Take video ...................................................................... 84
8.3 Memory status ............................................................... 85
7. Organiser ............................................................................. 74
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7.1 Alarm clock .................................................................... 74
9. Settings ................................................................................ 86
7.2 Calendar ......................................................................... 74
9.1 Profiles (for SAT SIM) .................................................. 86
7.3 To do ................................................................................ 77
9.2 Date & Time ................................................................... 86
7.4 Memo .............................................................................. 77
9.3 Favourites ....................................................................... 86
7.5 Date counter .................................................................. 78
9.4 Phone settings ............................................................... 87
7.6 Voice recorder ............................................................... 78
9.5 Call settings .................................................................... 88
7.7 Calculator ....................................................................... 79
9.6 Connectivity ................................................................... 93
7.8 Unit converter ................................................................ 80
9.7 Security ......................................................................... 100
7.9 World time ...................................................................... 81
9.8 Memory status ............................................................. 104
7.* Stop watch ..................................................................... 82
9.9 Handset info. ................................................................ 105
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9.* Internet ......................................................................... 105
9. # Reset settings ............................................................. 109
Troubleshooting ................................................................... 110
Accessories .......................................................................... 112
Index ....................................................................................... 114
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Guidelines
Read these simple guidelines. Breaking the rules may
be dangerous or illegal. Further detailed information is
given in this manual.
• The SAR limit recommended by the international
Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection
(ICNIRP), which is 2W/kg averaged over ten (10) gram
of tissue.
Exposure to radio frequency energy
• The highest SAR value for this model phone tested by
DASY3 for use at the ear is 0.658 W/kg (10g).
Radio wave exposure and Specific Absorption Rate
(SAR) information
This mobile phone model U8290 has been designed to
comply with applicable safety requirement for
exposure to radio waves. This requirement is based on
scientific guidelines that include safety margins
designed to assure this safety of all persons,
regardless of age and health.
• The radio wave exposure guidelines employ a unit of
measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate,
or SAR.
Tests for SAR are conducted using standardized
method with the phone transmitting at its highest
certified power level in all used frequency bands.
• While there may be differences between the SAR
levels of various LG phone models, they are all
designed to meet the relevant guidelines for
exposure to radio waves.
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• SAR data information for residents in
countries/regions that have adopted the SAR limit
recommended by the Institute of Electrical and
Electronics Engineers (IEEE), which is 1.6 W/kg
averaged over one (1) gram of tissue (for example
USA, Canada, Australia and Taiwan).
Product care and maintenance
Warning: Use only batteries, charger and accessories
approved for use with this particular phone model.
The use of any other types may invalidate any
approval or warranty applying to the phone, and may
be dangerous.
• Do not disassemble this unit. Take it to a qualified
service technician when repair work is required.
• Keep away from electrical appliances such as a TV,
radio or personal computer.
Guidelines
• The unit should be kept away 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.)
Efficient phone operation
To enjoy optimum performance with minimum power
consumption please:
• Hold the phone as you speak to any other telephone.
While speaking directly into the microphone, angle
the antenna in a direction up and over your shoulder.
• Do not hold the antenna when the phone is in use. If
you hold it, it can affect call quality, it also may cause
the phone to operate as a higher power level that
needed and shorten talk and standby times.
• Do not subject this unit to excessive smoke or dust.
• Do not keep the phone next to credit cards or
transport tickets; it can affect 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.
• Please remove the data cable before power on the
handset.
Electronics devices
All mobile phones may get interference, which could
affect performance.
• Do not use your mobile phone near medical
equipment without requesting permission. Avoid
placing the phone over the pacemaker, i.e. in your
breast pocket.
• Some hearing aids might be disturbed by mobile
phones.
• Minor interference may affect TVs, radios, PCs, etc.
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Guidelines
Road safety
Check the laws and regulations on the use of mobile
phones in the areas when you drive.
• Do not use a hand-held phone while driving.
• Give full attention to driving.
• Use a hands-free kit, if available.
• Pull off the road and park before making or
answering a call if driving conditions so require.
• RF energy may affect some electronic systems in
your motor vehicle such as car stereos and safety
equipment.
• If your vehicle is equipped with an air bag, do not
obstruct with installed or portable wireless
equipment. It can cause serious injury due to
improper performance.
Blasting area
Do not use the phone where blasting is in progress.
Observe restrictions, and follow any regulations or
rules.
Potentially explosive atmospheres
• Do not use the phone at a refueIling point. Don't use
near fuel or chemicals.
• Do not transport or store flammable gas, liquid, or
explosives in the compartment of your vehicle, which
contains your mobile phone and accessories.
In aircraft
Wireless devices can cause interference in aircraft.
• Turn off your mobile phone before boarding any
aircraft.
• Do not use it on the ground without crew permission.
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Guidelines
Children
Keep the phone in a safe place out of small children's
reach. It includes small parts which if detached may
cause a choking hazard.
Emergency calls
Emergency calls may not be available under all cellular
networks. Therefore, you should never depend solely
on your mobile phone for emergency calls. Check with
your local service provider.
• 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.
Battery information and care
• 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.
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Installing the SIM card
Your SIM card contains your phone number, service
details and contacts and must be inserted into your
handset.
If your SIM card is removed then your handset
becomes unusable (except emergency calls) until a
valid one is inserted. Always disconnect the charger
and other accessories from your handset before
inserting and removing your SIM card.
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Installing the SIM card
n Notice
Before installing always make sure that the phone is
switched off and remove the battery.
The metal contact of the SIM card can be easily damaged
by scratches. Pay special attention to the SIM card while
handling and installing. Follow the instructions supplied
with the SIM card.
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Charging the Battery
To connect the travel adapter to the phone, you must
first install the battery.
1. With the arrow facing you as shown in the diagram
push the plug on the battery adapter into the socket
on the bottom of the phone until it clicks into place.
2. Connect the other end of the travel adapter to the
mains socket.
Use only the charger included in the box.
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n Warning
Do not force the connector as this may damage the phone
and/or the travel adapter.
Please notice the unusual Start time that can take up
to 35 seconds at a first power on or when removing the
battery.
Disconnecting the charger
Disconnect the travel adapter from the phone by
pressing its side buttons as shown in the diagram.
n Note
• Ensure the battery is fully charged before using the phone.
• Do not remove your battery or the SIM card while
charging.
• The moving bars of the battery icon will stop after
charging is complete.
• If the battery is completely discharged, the charge could
take some minutes before starting.
n Note
If the battery does not charge,
• switch the phone off.
• ensure the battery is correctly fit.
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How to use a TransFlash (TFlash) memory card
The phone has 20MB of internal memory, which can be
expanded using a TransFlash (TFlash) memory card.
The TransFlash product is an ultra small, semiremovable flash memory module especially designed
for mobile phones. The phone can support TransFlash
memory cards of a capacity of at least 256MB.
<Transflash memory card>
<How to insert a TransFlash memory card>
1. Power off the phone. Inserting or removing the
TransFlash when the phone is on may damage the
files stored in the memory card.
2. Lift the plastic cover which protects the TransFlash
slot.
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3. Insert the memory card in the slot. The gold contacts
must be kept on the back of the TransFlash. Don’t
push the TransFlash too much. If it cannot enter
easily in the slot, you may be trying to insert it in the
wrong way or there could be a foreign object in the
slot.
How to use a TransFlash (TFlash) memory card
4. Once inserted, push the memory card until you hear
a “click”, meaning that the TransFlash has been
correctly blocked.
• Do not bend the card or force it into the slot.
• Do not insert any other kind of memory cards
different from TransFlash.
For more information on the TransFlash, please refer to
the instructions manual of the memory card.
5. Close the slot plastic protection.
6. To remove the memory card, power off the phone,
open the slot protection and push the TransFlash to
unlock it. Carefully extract the memory card.
Attention:
• Avoid using the Flash Memory Card when the battery
is low.
• When writing to the card, wait for the operation to
complete before removing the card.
• The card is designed to fit easily into the system one
way only.
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Parts of the Phone
Camera
Flash/light
Sub LCD
SIM card
socket
Battery terminals
Cable connector/
Battery charging connector
Sides of handset
Battery cover
Stereo headset
connector
Volume keys
Slot for external
Memory Card
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n Note
Connect jack to fit the
shape of terminal.
Otherwise, product can
be damaged.
Smart key
(Task Manager /
Music Launcher)
Battery
Key functions
Speaker
Main display
Camera
Left soft key
activates the prompts displayed
on screen in the left soft box.
Video call/Call list key
Send key
OK key+4-way
navigation key
Right soft key
activates the prompts displayed
on screen in the right soft box.
Clear key
End key On/Off
Microphone
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Getting Started
Turning your handset on
Ensure that your SIM card is in your handset and the
battery is charged.
Press and hold the
key until power is on.
Enter the SIM PIN code that was supplied with your
SIM card if PIN code setting is on.
After a few seconds you will be registered on the
network.
Turning your handset off
Press and hold the
key until power is off.
There may be a few seconds delay while the handset
powers down.
Do not re-power the handset during this time.
Access Codes
You can use the access codes described in this
section to avoid unauthorized use of your phone. The
access codes (except PUK and PUK2 codes) can be
changed by using the Change codes feature [Menu
9.7.5].
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PIN code (4 to 8 digits)
The PIN (Personal Identification Number) code
protects your SIM card against unauthorized use. The
PIN code is usually supplied with the SIM card. When
the PIN Code Request is set to Enable, your phone will
request the PIN code every time it is switched on.
When the PIN Code Request is set to Disable, your
phone connects to the network directly without the
PIN code.
PIN2 code (4 to 8 digits)
The PIN2 code, supplied with some SIM cards, is
required to access functions such as 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
unlock a blocked PIN code. The PUK code may be
supplied with the SIM card. If not, contact your
network operator’s customer service for the code.
If you lose the code, contact your network operator’s
customer service.
Getting Started
PUK2 code (4 to 8 digits)
The PUK2 code, supplied with some SIM cards, is
required to unlock a blocked PIN2 code. If you lose the
code, contact your network operator’s customer
service.
Security code (4 to 8 digits)
The security code protects the unauthorized use of
your phone. The default security code is set to ‘0000’
and the security code is required to delete all phone
entries and to restore the handset to factory setting.
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Display information
No SIM Idle Screen
This is the initial screen of the phone that appears
when there is no SIM card installed in the phone, or
the installed SIM card is invalid. In this screen, users
can only make emergency calls, and turn the phone
off. To turn off the phone, press and hold the End key
for a few seconds.
Screen Structure
If there is no SIM card installed, an animation telling
you to insert a SIM card appears. If the SIM card
inserted into the phone is invalid, an animation telling
you that the SIM card is locked appears.
Emergency Call Function
The Left soft key is represented by “SOS” on the
screen. Press left softkey or key your emergency
number using the number keys, and then press the OK
key to make an emergency call.
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Idle Screen
The idle screen appears when you have installed a
proper SIM card and turned the phone on.
Screen Structure
Idle screen consists of the operator’s name, indicators,
date, and time on a background image. You can
change the wallpaper in the display settings menu.
Key Functions
The functions of the keys in the idle screen status are
described below.
Display information
Numbering Screen
The numbering screen appears when a number key is
pressed in the idle screen.
Screen Structure
The numbering screen consists of status indicators,
dialled number, and soft menu. Status indicators are
the same as that of the idle screen. You can change
the size and colour of the dialling font in the display
settings menu. You can make a call while dialling a
phone number by pressing the Send or Video Call key.
Handset Lock Screen
When the Handset Lock function is selected, you can
only make an emergency call, release the lock, and
turn off the phone in this screen. As always, you can
turn the phone off by pressing and holding the End key
for a few seconds.
Screen Structure
The screen structure of the Handset Lock screen is the
same as that of the idle screen, except that the lock
message appears instead of the idle screen.
Soft Key
Emergency Call Function
You can use the soft keys for several functions while
dialling a number. Using the left most soft key, you can
save the current number to Contacts, you can send a
message to the number, you can search for the
number in Contacts and you can make a voice
call/video call.
You can make an emergency call using the Left soft
key. As with the No SIM Idle screen, only emergency
numbers can be dialled.
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Display information
Unlock Function
If you press the OK key, a popup screen appears
asking you to input the Security code to unlock the
phone. The Security code is configured by selecting
Settings > Security > Change password. If you key in
an incorrect Security Code, the phone will remain in
Handset Lock status. If you key in the correct Security
Code, the phone will be unlocked, and the idle screen
will be displayed. If you have turned the phone off in
the Handset Lock status, you will find the phone
remains in Handset Lock status when you turn it on.
Barring Password
This service obstruct calling service in some condition.
and this condition can be edited by user (9. Settings >
7. Security > 3. Call barring)
The barring password is required when you use the
call barring function. The password is obtained from
the your network operator's customer service when
you subscribe to this function.
While this service is activated, caller will hear the
information message that this call is not connected
because of user's reason.
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General Functions
Making and Answering calls
Ensure you tell the other party before recording a
voice call.
Making and Answering a video call
You can make a video call in 3G
covered service area. If called user
have a 3G video phone in 3G covered
service area, the call will be
established.
You can also answer a video call for
video incoming call
To make/answer a video call, do the
following.
1. Input the phone number using the
keypad, or select the phone number
from the calls made/received lists.
n Note
To correct mistakes, press the
key briefly to delete the
last number, or press and hold the
key to delete all
numbers.
2. If you do not want to use the speakerphone, ensure
you have the headset plugged in.
3. To start the video function, press
.
n Note
You will be notified that you will need to close other
applications to make the video call.
n Note
The video call may take some time to connect. Please be
patient. The connection time will also depend on how
quickly the other party answers the call. While the video
call is connecting, you will see your own images; after the
other party has answered, their image will be displayed on
screen.
4. Adjust the camera position if necessary.
5. Press the end key to finish the call, or close the
handset.
Making a voice call
1. Enter the number including the full area code.
] To delete a digit press the
key.
To delete all digits press and hold the
2. Press the
key.
key to make the call.
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General Functions
3. Press the
handset.
key to finish the call, or close the
n Note
To activate the speakerphone during a call, press and hold
the
key for at least 2 secs.
Making a voice/video call from
Contacts
It is easy to call anyone whose
number you have stored in your
Contacts.
Press the down navigation key to
access the contacts list.
Scroll to your chosen contact. Press
the
key to make a voice call,
or
key to make a video call. Press
the
key to finish the call.
Making International Calls
1. Press and hold the
key for the international
prefix. The ‘+’ character can be replaced with the
international access code.
2. Enter the country code, area code, and the phone
number.
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3. Press the
key.
Adjusting the Volume
During a call, if you want to adjust the earpiece
volume, use the side keys of the handset. In idle mode
with the flip cover open, you can adjust the key volume
using the side keys.
Answering a Call
When you receive a call, the phone rings and the
flashing phone icon appears on the screen. If the
caller can be identified, the caller’s phone number (or
name if stored in your Contacts) is displayed.
1. Open the flip and press the
key to answer an
incoming call.
If the answer mode is set to Press any key, any key
will answer a call except for the
key.
n Note
• To reject an incoming call, press the
key or the right
soft key twice.
• If you set “Answer mode” as “Open flip” (Menu 9.5.8), you
can answer the call simply by opening the flip.
2. End the call by closing the handset or pressing the
key.
General Functions
n Note
You can answer a call while using the Contacts or other
menu features.
2. Short pressing the
,
and
to
.
key cycles between
,
. A long press changes mode
Signal Strength
Using the T9 Mode
If you are inside a building, being near a window
may give you better reception. You can see the
strength of your signal by the signal indicator see the
strength (
) on your handset's display screen.
The T9 predictive text input mode allows you to enter
words easily with a minimum number of key presses.
As you press each key, the handset begins to display
the characters that it thinks you are typing based on a
built-in dictionary. As new letters are added, the word
changes to reflect the most likely candidate from the
dictionary.
Entering Text
You can enter alphanumeric characters using the
keypad.
For example, storing names in the Contacts, writing a
message, creating a personal greeting or scheduling
events in the calendar all require entering text.
Following text input methods are available in the
handset.
Changing the Text Input Mode
1. When you are in a field that allows characters to be
entered, you will notice the text input mode indicator
in the upper right corner of the display.
1. When you are in the T9 predictive text input mode,
start entering a word by pressing keys
to
.
Press one key per letter.
] The word changes as letters are typed - ignore
what’s on the screen until the word is typed
completely.
] If the word is still incorrect after typing completely,
press the
key once or more to cycle through
the other word options.
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General Functions
Example
Using the 123 (Number) Mode
Press
to type Good.
Press the
key to get Home.
] If the desired word is missing from the word choices
list, add it by using the ABC mode.
2. Enter the whole word before editing or deleting any
keystrokes.
Press the keys corresponding to the required digits
before manually switching back to the appropriate text
entry mode.
Using the Symbol Mode
3. Complete each word with a space by pressing
the
key.
The symbol mode enables you to enter various
symbols or special characters.
To delete letters, press the
key.
Press and hold down the
key to erase entire words.
To enter a symbol, select [Options] > [Insert] >
[Symbol]. Use the navigation and numeric keys to
key.
select the desired symbol and press the
Using the ABC Mode
Use the
to
. keys to enter your text.
1. Press the key labelled with the required letter:
] Once for the first letter
] Twice for the second letter
] And so on
key once. To delete
2. To insert a space, press the
letters, press the
key. Press and hold down the
key to clear the display.
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The 123 Mode enables you to enter numbers in a text
message(a telephone number, for example).
General Functions
Key description
Each key can be used for several symbols. There are
shown below.
Characters in the order display
Key
Lower case
Upper case
1
2
.,?!1
.,?!1
abc2àáâãäåæç
A B C 2 À Á Â Ã Ä Å ÆÇ
3
def3èéêë
DEF3ÈÉÊË
4
ghi4ìíîï
GHI4ÌÍÎÏ
5
jkl5£
JKL5£
6
mno6ñòóôõöøœ
MNO6ÑÒÓÔÕÖØŒ
7
pqrs7ß$
PQRS7ß$
8
tuv8ùúûü
TUV8ÙÚÛÜ
9
wxyz9
WXYZ9
0
Space 0
Space 0
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Special Functions
Multi Tasking
Task Manager works when the phone is open,
displaying on the main display the list of modules
currently running. It uses this list to control switching
between modules, present status confirmation and
close modules.
Music Launcher works in idle, when the phone is
closed. It allows to launch immediately the music
player without opening the phone. Music Launcher
can be accessed by long-pressing the Smart key on
the side of the phone.
Task Manager can be accessed by pressing the Smart
key on the side of the phone under the volume keys.
• Side Smart key (long press, phone closed)
• Side Smart key (short press, phone open)
Displays the menu list on the main display. This
function ensures that the menu is displayed regardless
of which module is running.
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Music Player Quick Launcher
Displays the Music menu on the sub-LCD. Options can
be selected with the volume side keys and confirmed
with new presses on the Smart key.
Main Menu
You can launch a menu by pressing the OK key in the idle screen. Move to a desired item and press the OK key to go
into the sub menu.
From main menu you can also go into a submenu by directly pressing the corresponding numeric key as follows.
The main menu consists of the following high-level and sub menus.
1. [SAT services] (with
network operator
specific service name
stored on SIM card) or
Profiles (if SAT not
supported by SIM)
General
Silent
Outdoor
Vibrate only
Headset
Car
User defined 1
User defined 2
2. My Media
Photos
Pictures
Sounds
Music
Games & more
Videos
Bluetooth data
External memory
3. Call register
Missed calls
Received calls
Dialled calls
All calls
Call durations
4. Messages
New message
Inbox
E-mail inbox
Drafts
Outbox
Sent
Voice mail
Templates
Settings
5. t-zones
How to access t-zones
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Main Menu
6. Contacts
Add new
Search
Speed dials
Group manager
Own number
Settings
7. Organiser
Alarm clock
Calendar
To do
Memo
Date counter
Voice recorder
Calculator
Unit converter
World time
Stop watch
8. Camera
Take photo
Take video
Memory status
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9. Settings
Profiles (for SAT SIM)
Date & Time
Favourites
Phone settings
Call settings
Connectivity
Security
Memory status
Handset info.
Internet
Reset settings
1. Profiles
Depending on the support or not of SAT (i.e. SIM
Application Toolkit) services on the SIM card, the
menu 1 may be different.
In case the SIM card supports SAT services, menu 1
will be the operator specific service name stored on
the SIM card, for instance “Special”. Please refer in
that case to the information provided with your SIM
card for further information on how to use the related
options.
In case the SIM card does not support SAT services,
menu 1 will be “Profiles” and allows you to select or
customize some of the alert profiles. The following
describes this menu Profiles.
You can select ring tone or vibration for an incoming
call and configure the sound and volume of the ring
tone, button sound, and sound effect, according to a
profile. The profiles provided include [General],
[Silent], [Outdoor], [Vibrate only], [Headset], [Car],
[User defined 1], and [User defined 2]. Select a profile,
and press the OK button to activate the profile. The
[Silent], [Vibrate only], [Headset], and [Car] profiles do
not have an Option menu. Move the cursor to the
corresponding profile. Then menus available are
displayed on the softbar below the screen. Select the
Edit menu for [General], [Outdoor], [Headset], [Car],
[User defined 1] & [User defined 2] profile to change
the configuration.
The different list of options available when each profile
has been selected for editing.
1. Alert type
2. Ringtones
3. Effect tones
Alert type
This option determines the incoming call notification
mode. You can select from [Ringing], [Vibration], [Light
only], [Ring & vibration], [Vibration after ring], [Ring
after vibration], [Max. ring & vibration].
Ringtones
a. Voice call tone: This option determines the
notification (incoming call) from Line1
b. Video call tone: This option determines the incoming
Video telephony call.
c. Volume: This option determines the ring tone volume
for incoming call notification.
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Effect tones
a. Key tone: Key tone effect This option determines the
key tone that is played when a key is pressed.
b. Feedback tone: This option determines the warning
tone that is played for: [Feedback popup],
[No network], [No battery], [When Delete all
execute], [Factory default press], [Memory full],
[Warning popup].
c. Effect tone volume: This option determines the
volume at which the key tones & Feedback tone
need to be played.
To change Effect tones and its volume:
1. Select Effect tones and press Select.
2. Choose from the list of Options Key tone, Feedback
tone, Effect tone volume.
3. Change the settings and press Done to save the
changes.
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2. My Media
2.1 Photos
You can save photos taken using the camera in the
Photos folder and create new folders to manage them.
You can also save selected files as animated Gifs and
send multiple files to other people.
The detailed functions offered in submenu Options are
as follows:
1. Create a new folder.
2. View/Edit/Move/Copy/Delete/Delete all/Rename
photo(s).
3. Mark/Unmark one or all photo(s).
4. Send a photo via MMS, Email or Bluetooth.
2.2 Pictures
The folder Pictures consists of More pictures, an
embedded link for downloading pictures from t-zones,
and My pictures as default folder for downloaded
pictures.
5. Set photo as wallpaper on main or front display.
6. Start or set (normal or full screen, at what pace) a
slide show.
2.2.1 More pictures
7. Create with different photos an animated GIF file (Up
to 10 files of 176X220 resolution and the limitation of
file size is 2Mbyte for displaying).
You can download contents from T-Mobile wireless
portal site.
Please note that additional cost may occur when using
online services.
8. Sort by name, date or file extension.
2.2.2 My pictures
9. View the photo(s) as simple or detailed list, in a grid.
You can here manage, send or set as wallpaper
downloaded pictures.
*. Memory info (handset or external memory card).
#. View file information.
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The detailed functions are as follow:
1. Create a new folder.
2. View/Edit/Move/Copy/Delete/Delete all/Rename
picture(s).
3. Mark/Unmark one or all picture(s).
4. Send a picture via MMS, E-mail or Bluetooth if not
protected by Digital Rights Management (DRM).
5. Set a picture as wallpaper for the main or front
display.
6. Start or set (normal or full screen, at what pace) a
slide show.
7. Create with different pictures an animated GIF file.
8. Sort the files by name, date or file extension.
9. View the picture(s) in a simple or detailed list, or in a
grid.
*. Memory info (handset or external memory card).
#. View file information.
You can view JPEG, GIF, PNG, BMP and WBMP
images with the Image Viewer. The images are
displayed in thumbnail images. 9 thumbnail images are
displayed on a screen at a time. You can use various
functions by using the [Option] key.
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When a file selected the following Option keys will be
displayed.
- New Folder: You can create a new folder within
the folder currently selected.
- Files: You can view, edit, move, copy, delete, delete
all and rename a file.
The detailed functions are as follows:
1. View/Edit/Rename/Move/Copy/Delete/Delete all.
2. Send a file via MMS, E-mail and Bluetooth if not
protected by Digital Rights Management(DRM).
3. Full
4. Zoom
5. Set as wallpaper
6. Slide show
My Media
7. Go to list
8. file info.
- Mark/Unmark: Using the Mark function, you can
send, delete, move and copy multiple files.
- Send via: You can send a file via E-mail, MMS and
Bluetooth.
- Set as wallpaper: You can set a selected file as
wallpaper, i.e. background image on the main or
front display.
- Slide show: You can run the slide show.
- Make animated GIF: You can create a GIF
animation.
- Sort by(Name, Date, Type): You can list files by
sort.
- View by(Simple list/Detailed list/Grid): You can
select a view type.
- Memory info.: You can view the current phone
memory and external memory status.
- File info.: You can view the file information.
Press the soft 2 key to execute [Send] function
immediately.
Select a thumbnail in the Thumbnail list screen, and
select [View] to view the image enlarged.
In the large image screen, you can view in full screen
mode by clicking [Full] at the centre, and you can
execute the [Send] function using the soft 2 key.
Using the Options menu, you can use the following
functions.
Using [Files] menu, you can delete, rename and edit a
file and you can view the file information. Using the
Edit menu, you can rotate, resize and crop an image
and you can insert text or an effect.
Select [Files] and select Edit option to enter the Edit
window.
In the Edit window, you can use the following different
functions using the Option key.
- Files: You can open, move, copy, delete and rename
a file. You an also view the file information.
• Select [Save] to save the edited image.
• Select [Rotate] to rotate the image by 90°, 180° or
270°.
• Select [Resize] to resize the image to smaller size.
• Select [Insert] to add Text, Frame, Element.
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• Select [Edit object] to use the Defect & Clipping
functions.
• Select [Effect] to apply the desired effect to the
image.
• Select [Mirror] to reverse as a mirror image
(right><left).
• Select [Undo/Redo] to undo or redo the last
operation on the image.
[
] Expired copyright protected picture. You render
use this picture. You can updates some media
contents at File manager > Options > 2. Files
> 2. Activate
2.3 Sounds
- Send via: You can send a file via E-mail, MMS and
Bluetooth.
The folder Sounds consists of t-music, an embedded
link for downloading sounds from t-zones, and My
sounds as default folder for recorded or downloaded
sounds.
- Full: You can view in full screen mode.
2.3.1 t-music
- Zoom: You can select zoom level, 2X, 4X, or 8X.
You can download contents from T-Mobile wireless
portal site.
Please note that additional cost may occur when using
online services.
- Set as wallpaper: You can set a selected file as as
wallpaper, i.e. background image on the main or front
display.
- Slide Show: You can run the slide show.
- Go to list.
2.3.2 My sounds
- File info: You can view the file Information.
You can here manage, send or set as ringtones
downloaded sounds.
[
The detailed functions are as follow:
] Copyright protected media contents.
(DRM(Digital Rights Management))
You can't render this picture.
1. Play the sound.
2. Create a new folder.
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3. Move/Copy/Delete/Delete all/Rename sound(s).
4. Mark/Unmark one or all sound(s).
5. Send a sound via MMS, E-mail or Bluetooth if not
protected by Digital Rights Management (DRM).
6. Set a sound as ringtone for voice or video incoming
calls.
7. Sort the files by name, date or file extension.
8. View the sound files(s) in a simple or detailed list, or
in a grid.
9. Memory info (handset or external memory card).
#. View file information.
When option 1. Play is selected, the sound will be
played with the Media Player. To pause playback,
press the OK key during the playback. To resume the
paused playback, press the OK key once again.
To set an area to repeat continuously, press Right Soft
key (A->B) to mark the point where you want to the
area to start and then press Right Soft key (A->B)
again to mark the point where you want the area to
end. The selected area will then repeat continuously.
Press Right Soft key (A->B) once again, while playing
the selected area to release Area Repeat mode.
You can enter the Option menu by pressing the left soft
key where you use the various utility functions using
the up and down keys.
Move to the desired menu using the up and down key
and press the OK key.
1. Background Play: You can play a file as Background
music.
2. Play/Pause: You can play, or pause playing a file.
3. Send Via: You can send a file via MMS, E-mail and
Bluetooth if not protected by Digital Rights
Management (DRM).
- Multimedia msg: You can send a file being played
via MMS.
- E-mail: You can send a file being played via E-mail.
- Bluetooth: You can send a file being played via
Bluetooth.
4. Ringtone: A sound can also be set as a ring tone for
incoming voice or video calls.
5. Mute/Unmute: If the Volume is set at more than 0,
the Unmute mode goes active, and if the Volume is
at 0, the Mute mode is activated.
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6. Set repeat: You can set the Repeat mode.
2.4.2 My music
- None: You can release the Repeat mode.
You can manage downloaded music in this folder.
- Current file: You can repeat the current file.
The detailed functions are as follows:
- All files: You can play all files in the current
directory.
1. Play the music file.
- Shuffle: You can play a file randomly.
3. Move/Copy/Delete/Delete all/Rename music file(s).
7. Area Repeat(A->B): You can set the Area Repeat
mode.
8. Player settings: You can apply Visual effects &
Player skins & Equalizer to the player.
9. File Info: You can check Information on a file being
played (File name, Size, Date, Type, Protection
status).
2.4 Music
2. Create a new folder.
4. Mark/Unmark one or all music files(s).
5. Send a music file via MMS, E-mail or Bluetooth if not
protected by Digital Rights Management (DRM).
6. Set a music file as ringtone for voice or video
incoming calls.
7. Sort the files by name, date or file extension.
8. View the music files(s) in a simple or detailed list, or
in a grid.
9. Memory info (handset or external memory card).
2.4.1 Mobile Jukebox
You can easily download music clips from t-zones, the
mobile Internet portal by T-Mobile. Selecting Mobile
Jukebox guides you directly to a rich variety of music,
ranging from current charts to different music
categories. Please note that additional cost may occur
when using online services.
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#. View file information.
My Media
2.4.3 Playlists
You can make a list of downloaded music files and play
a selected file in the list.
How to make a list:
2.5 Games & more
2.5.1 t-games
You can easily download games and other applications
by selecting this menu When you select this menu, the
browser application will be launched and you will be
directly connected to the games section of t-zones.
The downloaded applications will be stored in the ‘My
games & more’ folder by default. Please note that
additional cost may occur when using online services.
2.5.2 My games & more
The downloaded games & other applications are
stored in this folder. When you select ‘My games &
more’ menu, you can see the list of installed
applications. You can open the installed applications
for use. When the free space of the file system is less
than 64 kilo bytes, Java can not be launched. You will
see the error message ‘Insufficient space’. After
deleting some files from the common memory space,
you can launch the Java application without error.
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Options
A menu displaying the various option settings is
displayed. These options when changed will affect
only the selected Java application. Each Java
application has different settings. Changes made on
one Java application do not reflect on the other Java
applications.
1. Open
Opens the selected Java application.
2. Delete
Deletes the selected Java application. You can’t
delete the preinstalled Java application because this
option is not displayed for the pre-installed Java
application.
3. File info.
Displays the file information of the selected Java
application file. The name(application name),
Vendor, Version(application version),
Size(application's jar file size), Date(installed date),
and Authentication information associated with the
file are displayed. The authentication information
may be different for a signed Java application.
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When the application is signed, the name of the
verified certificate is displayed, and ‘View Cert.’ soft
menu is displayed as the left soft key.
But, you can’t see this soft menu at first since preinstalled application (ActionInLife) isn’t a signed
Java application.
If you download and install a signed application, you
can see the name and details of certificate in File
info.
- View Cert(only in case of certified application)
If the selected Java application is a signed by a
trusted party then the detailed certificate
information will be displayed.
4. Permission settings
A Java application downloaded from the internet
has a set of default permissions that the user can
modify. Such modifications performed on one Java
Application are not reflected on the other ones.
Please note that the availability of these permission
settings may depend on the type and authentication
of the Java application.
In case of a pre-installed Java application,
Permission settings can not be changed, all
permissions are granted without any prompt.
My Media
In case of signed Java Applications, the permissions
settings are pre-defined and can not be changed.
For each option below, you can change the
Permission settings.
- Net access
This menu is used to select the behaviour of the
Java application when it tries to connect to the
internet.
n Note
• Prompt each time
If this option is selected, the application will prompt the
user each time the Java application tries to access the
internet.
• No, don't ask any more
When the application attempts to make a network access
connection, the attempt will not be successful without
prompt.
- Application auto invocation
A registered special SMS or Event may try to invoke
an already residing Java application in the phone.
n Note
• Prompt each time
If this option is selected, the application will prompt the
user each time some special event tries to invoke a java
application.
• No, don't ask any more
If some other specially registered event tries to open a
Java application, the attempt will not be successful.
- Messaging
This menu is used to select the behaviour of the
Java application if it tries send message(SMS). The
user can define the settings when this type of action
is performed.
n Note
• Prompt each time
If this option is selected, the application will prompt the
user each time the Java application tries to send the
message.
• No, don't ask any more
When the application attempts to send a message, the
attempt will not be successful.
The user can define the action to be taken when this
type of event occurs.
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- Multimedia recording
This menu is used to select the behaviour of the
Java application if it tries to capture a still image
with a camera.
n Note
• Prompt each time
If this option is selected, this application will prompt the
user each time it tries to capture a still image with a
camera.
• No, don't ask any more
When the application attempts to capture a still image
with a camera, the attempt will not be successful.
- Read user data access
This menu is used to select the behaviour of the
Java application if it tries to read data from Personal
Information of the mobile.
n Note
• Prompt each time
If this option is selected, the application will prompt the
user each time the Java application tries to read from the
personal information of the phone.
• No, don't ask any more
When the application attempts to read PIM data, the
attempt will not be successful.
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- Write user data access
This menu is used to select the behaviour of the
Java application if it tries to write in the personal
Information of the phone.
n Note
• Prompt each time
If this option is selected, the application will prompt the
user each time the Java application tries to write in the
personal information of the phone.
• No, don't ask any more
When the application attempts to write PIM data, the
attempt will not be successful.
- File connection
This menu is used to select the behaviour of the
Java application if it tries to connect to a file. The
user can define the settings when this type of action
is performed.
n Note
• Prompt each time
If this option is selected, the application will prompt the
user each time the Java application tries to connect to a
file.
• No, don't ask any more
When the application attempts to make a file connection,
the attempt will not be successful.
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- Phone call
This menu is used to select the behaviour of the
Java application when it tries to dial a phone
number.
n Note
• Prompt each time
If this option is selected, the application will prompt the
user each time the Java application tries to dial to a
phone number.
• No, don't ask any more
When the application attempts to dial a phone number,
the attempt is stopped.
5. Profile settings
When you select this option, you can see the list of
the Profile settings. Each profile has detailed setting
values, you can see the detailed setting values by
selecting 'View' soft menu. One of the profiles has to
be selected for each application, and the selected
profile will be used when the application tries to
connect to the network.
The default selected profile is nomally same with the
browser's default profile(the only exception is
Austria version, in case of Austria version, the
default profile is different from the browser's default
profile). If you change browser's default profile, Java
applications' default profile will be changed as well
(Austria version's default profile of Java applications
is not changed at all). The browser's default profile
could be changed by the '9.* Internet’ menu. For the
detailed information, please refer to “How to
connect to Internet (Internet settings)” section.
You can also change the profile for each application.
To set a specific profile to each application, the only
thing you have to do is select one profile from the
profile list. When you select one profile, it is just set
to the selected application. This change made on
one application never be reflected on others. By
using this way, all the applications can have
different profiles. From the profile settings fields,
ProxyIP address, Proxy port, and Access point fields
are used for network access.
To add, delete, and edit the profile lists, please refer
to the '9.* Internet' menu of this manual.
6. Memory info.
You can view the memory usage information for the
applications. It displays the total memory, used
memory & the free space available for the
applications.
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2.6 Videos
The folder Videos consists of t-movies, an embedded
link for downloading videos from t-zones, and My
videos as default folder for recorded or downloaded
video clips.
2.6.1 t-movies
You can download contents from T-Mobile wireless
portal site.
Please note that additional cost may occur when using
online services.
2.6.2 My videos
You can here manage or send downloaded or captured
videos clips.
The detailed functions are as follow:
1. Play the video clip.
2. Create a new folder.
3. Move/Copy/Delete/Delete all/Rename video clip(s).
4. Mark/Unmark one or all video clip(s).
5. Send a video clip via MMS, E-mail or Bluetooth if not
protected by Digital Rights Management (DRM).
6. Sort the files by name, date or file extension.
7. View the video files(s) in a simple or detailed list, or
in a grid.
8. Memory info (handset or external memory card).
9. View file information.
You can view a video using the video player. Video
files are displayed in the list as thumbnails. You can
select a desired video by using the Up, Down, Left, and
Right keys. Select a desired video and select Play to
view the recorded video.
Select [Send Via] to attach the selected video to an
MMS message and an Bluetooth service.
- New Folder: You can create a new folder within the
folder currently selected.
- Files: You can open, move, copy, delete and rename
a file. You can also view the file information.
- Mark/unmark: Using the Mark function, you can
send, delete, move and copy multiple files. You can
make a GIF animation if the file is an image file.
- Send via: You can send a file via E-mail, MMS and
Bluetooth, if file is not protected by Digital Rights
Management (DRM).
- Sort by(Name, Date, Type): You can list files by sort.
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- View by(Simple list/Detailed list/Grid): You can
select a view type.
- Memory info.: You can view the current phone
memory and external memory status.
- File info.: You can view the file information.
When option 1. Play is selected, the video clip will be
played with the Media Player. To pause the playback,
press the OK key during the playback. To resume the
paused playback, press the OK key once again.
To capture the screen shot, press the right soft key
when the playback is paused.
To view the current playback in full screen, press the
right soft key during the playback.
To return to the previous screen size, press the right
soft key once again in the full screen mode.
1. Pause/Play: You can play or pause playing a file for
a moment.
2. Send via: You can send a file.
- Multimedia msg.: You can send a file being played
via MMS.
- E-mail: You can send a file being played via E-mail.
- Bluetooth: You can send a file being played via
Bluetooth if the file is not protected by Digital
Rights Management (DRM).
3. Full screen: You can enlarge the video screen being
played to full view (activating only in the Play mode).
4. Capture: You can save what is on the paused screen
in an image file (activating only in the Pause mode).
5. Mute/Unmute: If the Volume is set to more than 0,
the Mute mode goes active and if the Volume is set
to 0, the Unmute mode goes active.
6. Player settings: You can apply Visual effects &
Player skins & Equalizer to the player.
7. File info.: You can check information on files being
played (File name, Size, Date, Type, Protection
status).
8. Add bookmark
2.7 Bluetooth data
The files received using Bluetooth are saved in this
folder. You cannot create a sub-folder within the
Bluetooth data folder.
Although all types of files can be saved here, you can
only copy or move files managed by My Media. To set
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a file as your wallpaper or ringtone, you must copy or
move the file into the corresponding folder. For
example, you can copy *.jpg files to My Pictures folder,
*.mp3 files to My Sounds and *.3gp files to My Videos.
You cannot copy or move files that are not managed by
My Media.
The options displayed depend on the type of file
selected. For instance, in case of an image, the
following functions are supported.
1. Open/Edit/Move/Copy/Delete/Delete all/Rename
file(s).
*. View file information.
2.8 External memory
If you purchase an optional external TransFlash
memory card, you can manage more content. Refer to
the section “How to use a TransFlash (TFlash) memory
card” to learn how to insert and remove the memory
card. You can manage content using the following
menus as you do on your phone.
2. Mark/Unmark one or all file(s).
1. Photos
3. Send a file via MMS, E-mail or Bluetooth if not
protected by Digital Rights Management (DRM).
Provides the same functions as those in the Photos
menu on your phone. If you have external memory
installed on your phone, you can save pictures taken
by the camera directly to the external memory.
Although all the functions are the same as those on
your phone, the wallpaper function is not supported.
To set a picture as your wallpaper, you must copy or
move the picture to the phone.
4. If relevant, set an image as wallpaper for the main or
front display.
5. If relevant, start or set (normal or full screen, at what
pace) a slide show.
6. If relevant, create with different pictures an
animated GIF file.
7. Sort the files by name, date or file extension.
8. View the files(s) in a simple or detailed list, or in a
grid.
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9. Memory info (handset or external memory card).
2. Pictures
Provides the same functions as those in the My
Pictures menu on your phone.
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3. Sounds
Provides the same functions as those in the My
Sounds menu on your phone.
4. Music
Provides the same functions as those in the My Music
menu on your phone.
5. Videos
Provides the same functions as those in the My Videos
menu on your phone.
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3. Call register
You can view missed, received, dialled and entire call
records.
Each call record menu provides the following
functions.
- You can make a voice or video call to the number in
the call record.
- You can save the number in the call record in the
Contacts.
- You can send a message to the number in the call
record.
- You can view detailed information of the call records
such as the date, time and call time.
- You can clear call records.
3.1 Missed calls
Allows you to view missed call records, make a call,
send a message, and save the number in the Contacts.
3.3 Dialled calls
Allows you to view dialled call records, make a call,
send a message, and save the number in the Contacts.
3.4 All calls
Allows you to view all of the missed, received, and
dialled call records. You can make a call, or send a
message to the number you have selected from the
records. You can also save the number in the Contacts.
3.5 Call durations
You can view call time by types. Press Options key to
choose whether partial initialization or entire
initialization. Also Press Clear key for initialization of
selected duration type. Initialisation will require your
Security code.
3.5.1 Last Call
3.2 Received calls
Allows you to view received call records, make a call,
send a message, and save the number in the Contacts.
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Shows the latest call time in units of
hour/minute/second.
Call register
3.5.2 Received calls
Shows incoming call time.
3.5.3 Dialled calls
Shows outgoing call time.
3.5.4 All calls
Shows total call time.
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4. Messages
4.1 New message
Option Menus in To Field
1. Press the left soft key. A popup window will appears.
4.1.1 Text Message
1. Press the OK key in idle mode and select Messages.
(You can also use the left navigation key from idle to
directly access the Messages menu)
2. Select New Message and press the OK key.
3. Select Text Message and press
the OK key.
4. Enter a number in the To field
directly or search for a number
from the Phonebook.
5. Pressing the Down key shows
another To field in which you can
enter a number.
(You can enter up to 10 numbers)
(If you press the key without entering a number, the
focus is moved to the Message field)
6. If you press the Down key, the focus is moved to the
Message field.
7. Enter your message in the Message field.
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2. Select 1 Search from the popup menu and press OK
or the Right key. The second popup window will
appears.
a. Message log from the second
popup menu (Search from the
message log).
b. Call log from the second popup
menu (Search from the Call log).
c. Contacts from the second
popup menu (Search from the
Phonebook).
3. Press popup menu 2 and press the OK key: Send
message
4. Press popup menu 3 and press the OK key: Save to
draft
5. Press popup menu 4 and press the OK key: Exit
6. Press the right soft key or Back key to the previous
screen or the To field.
Messages
Option Menus in Message Field
1. Press the left soft key. A popup window will appears.
2. Select 1 Insert from the popup menu and press OK or
the Right key. The second popup window will
appears.
a. Add New Slide from the second popup menu
b. Add CC from the second popup menu
c. Add Subject Title from the second popup menu
d. Enter Symbol from the second popup menu
e. Enter Template from the second popup menu
f. Contacts from the second popup menu
g. Insert Photos from the second popup menu
h. Insert Pictures from the second popup menu
i. Insert Sounds from the second popup menu
j. Insert Videos from the second popup menu
k. Insert New photo from the second popup menu
l. Insert New sound from the second popup menu
m. Insert New Video from the second popup
menu(Selecting a menu other than d, e, and f
displays Multimedia message screen.)
(Input procedures are the same as those for the
Multimedia message.)
3. Press the popup menu 2 Dictionary and press the OK
key to select a language.
4. Press the popup menu 3 Send Message and press
the OK key to send the message.
5. Press the popup menu 4 Save to draft and press the
OK key to save the message.
6. Press the popup menu 5 Exit and press the OK key to
exit the Message window.
In Text Message,
If you insert an image, a sound, a video clip, CC or
subject, the screen is changed to Multimedia Message
screen.
4.1.2 Multimedia message
To send a video you have stored on
your phone:
1. Press the OK key from idle and
select Messages.
2. Select New Message and press
the OK key.
3. Select Multimedia Message and
press the OK key.
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4. Enter phone numbers in the To and CC fields.
Select Options > Search > Contacts or press OK in
the TO or CC fields to select a phone number from
the Phonebook.
5. Enter the subject of the message in the Subject field.
6. Enter your message in the Message field.
7. Select Options > Insert.
1. Photos Menu
- The photos saved on the phone are displayed.
- Select a photo and select the Select Options
menu or press OK.
- The selected photo is inserted into the Message
window. (One photo per slide).
2. Pictures Menu
3. Sounds Menu
- The sounds saved on the phone are displayed.
- Select a sound and select the Select Options
menu or press OK
- The selected sound is inserted to the Message
window (One sound per a slide)
4. Videos Menu
- The video clips saved on the phone are displayed
- Select a video clip and select the Select Options
menu or press OK.
- The selected video clip is inserted into the
Message window. (One video clip per slide)
5. New photo
- Camera
- The pictures saved on the phone are displayed.
- Take a picture
- Select a picture and select the Select Options
menu or press OK.
- Select Image to be taken immediately and to be
inserted to the message > It is inserted to the
Message window (One photo clip per slide).
- The selected picture is inserted into the
Message window. (One picture per slide).
Select 6. New sound
- Voice Recorder
- Recording
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- Select sound to be taken immediately and to be
inserted to the message > It is inserted to the
Message window (One sound clip per slide)
Select 7. New video
- Camcorder
1.1.3 Contacts
: Phonebook screen appears > You can select
and enter a phone number.
1.2 Send Message
: Select this menu to send the created message.
- Recording
1.3 Save to draft
- Select video to be taken immediately and to be
inserted to the message > It is inserted to the
Message window (One video clip per slide)
1.4 Save to multimedia template
8. Select Send Message from the Options Menu or
press the Right key > The message is transmitted.
< Option Menus >
1.1 Search
1.1.1 Message Log
: Select and enter a phone number from the list
of phone numbers to which you have recently
sent a message.
1.1.2 Call Log
: Select and enter a phone number from the list
of phone numbers to which you have recently
made a call.
: Select this menu to save a draft of the message.
: Select this menu to save the created message as a
template.
1.5 Preview
: Select this menu to preview the created message
before transmission.
1.6 View Objects
: Select this menu to view all the files attached to all
slides of the current message.
1.7 Set Slide
: Select this menu to configure the play time and the
background colour of each of the slides.
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1.8 Remove
: Select this menu to remove the current slide or an
object included in the current slide (represented by
Image/Video/Sound).
1.9 Move
: Select this menu to move to the previous or the
next slide.
1.* Exit
: Select this menu to stop creating the current
message and return to the previous screen.
Send a multimedia message straight from your
camera, camcorder or sound recorder.
1. After taking a picture with the camera, recording a
video with the camcorder or recording sound with
the Sound Recorder.
2. Select Send.
3. Select Via Multimedia msg.
4. The selected image, video, or sound is inserted into
the Multimedia msg.
5. Select Send Message from the Options Menu or
press the right soft key > The message is
transmitted.
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4.1.2.1 Viewing MMS messages
To preview MMS message
1. Select Preview from the Options Menu to preview a
created MMS.
2. If the message is too long to be displayed on screen,
the contents of the message are automatically
scrolled.
3. Press the Pause key to pause playback of the
message, and press the Play key to resume playing
the message.
- Press the Play key to play the
message.
When the message has finished
playing, the detailed view screen
appears. If you want to play the
message again, click Play soft
key.
- You can use the following
functions using the Options key
from the Play screen.
• Play/Pause: Plays the message
or pauses message playback.
Messages
• Edit: Displays the Message edit
screen.
-You can use the following functions using the Options
key from the detailed view screen
• Send message: Sends the
message.
• Play: Plays the message.
• Save to draft: Saves the message
in the Outbox.
• Send message: Sends the message.
• View objects: Displays the screen
(Object View Screen) in which you
can view the audio, image, and
video files included in the
message. You can also save those
files in different names to the
specified location.
• Mute(or Unmute): This menu
allows you to determine whether
to mute the sound when there is
an audio or a video file included in
the message.
• Edit: Displays the Message edit screen.
• Save to draft: Saves the message in the Outbox.
• View objects: Displays the screen (Object View
Screen) in which you can view the audio, image, and
video files included in the message.
• Mute(or Unmute): This menu allows you to determine
whether to mute the sound when there is an audio or
a video file included in the message.
Viewing MMS messages in the Inbox, Outbox
and Sentbox
1. Select an MMS message to view its contents.
• Move to slide: Move to the
selected Slide.
2. If the message is too long to be displayed on a
screen, the contents of the message are
automatically scrolled.
• View detail: Displays the Detailed
View screen. It shows you detailed
information of messages.
3. Press the Pause key to pause playback of the
message, and press the Play key to resume playing
the message.
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4. Move to a desired message by using the left and
right direction keys.
- Create message: Displays the Edit screen where
you can create a new message.
If you play a MMS message, detailed view screen
appears after message playing.
- Get: Displays a screen (Get number/e-mail
address/web address screen) that shows the
number/e-mail address/web address included in
the message.
- Press the Play key to play the message.
- Press the Reply key to reply the message. (Inbox)
- Press the Edit key to move to the message edit
screen. (Outbox/Sent)
- You can use the following functions using the
Options key.
[Inbox / Detailed View Screen Menus]
- Play/Pause: Plays the message or pauses message
playback.
- Reply: Creates a reply to the selected message.
- Reply all: Creates a reply to all recipients (copy of
originator and CC addresses) of the selected
message.
- Forward: Forwards the selected message.
- Call: Call back to the originator.
- Add to Contacts: Saves the sender’s number to the
phonebook.
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- View object: Displays the screen (Object View
Screen) in which you can view the audio, image,
and video files included in the message.
- Mute/Unmute: This menu allows you to determine
whether to mute the sound when there is an audio
or a video file included in the message.
- Delete: Deletes the selected message.
[Inbox / Play Screen Menus]
- Play/Pause: Plays the message or pauses message
playback.
- Reply: Creates reply to the selected message.
- Reply to all: Creates reply to all recipients (copy of
originator and CC addresses) of the selected
message.
- Forward: Forwards the selected message.
- Call: Call back to the originator.
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- Add to Contacts: Saves the sender’s number to the
phonebook.
[Outbox / Detailed View Screen Menus]
- Resend: Resends the message.
- New message: Displays the Edit screen in which
you can create a new message.
- Edit: Edits the selected message.
- Get: Displays a screen (Get number/e-mail
address/web address screen) that shows the
number/e-mail address/web address included in
the message.
- Forward: Forwards the selected message.
- View object: Displays the screen (Object View
Screen)in which you can view the audio, image,
and video files included in the message. You can
also save those files in different names to the
specified location.
- Mute/Unmute: This menu allows you to determine
whether to mute the sound when there is an audio
or a video file included in the message.
- Delete: Deletes the selected message.
- Move to slide: Move to the selected Slide.
- View detail: Displays the Detailed View screen. It
shows you detailed information of messages.
- Play/Pause: Plays the message or pauses message
playback.
- Add to Contacts: Saves the recipient’s number to
the phonebook.
- Create message: Displays the Edit screen in which
you can create a new message.
- Get: Displays a screen (Get number/e-mail
address/web address screen) that shows the
number/e-mail address/web address included in
the message.
- View object: Displays the screen (Object View
Screen)in which you can view the audio, image,
and video files included in the message.
- Mute/Unmute: This menu allows you to determine
whether to mute the sound when there is an audio
or a video file included in the message.
- Delete: Deletes the selected message.
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[Outbox / Play Screen Menus]
- Resend: Resends the message.
- Move to slide: Move to the selected Slide.
- Edit: Edits the selected message.
- View detail: Displays the Detailed View screen. It
shows you detailed information of messages.
- Play/Pause: Plays the message or pauses message
playback.
[Sent / Detailed View Screen Menus]
- Forward: Forwards the selected message.
- Edit: Edits the selected message.
- Add to Contacts: Saves the recipient’s number to
the phonebook.
- Play/Pause: Plays the message or pauses message
playback.
- New message: Displays the Edit screen in which
you can create a new message.
- Forward: Forwards the selected message.
- Get: Displays a screen (Get number/e-mail
address/web address screen) that shows the
number/e-mail address/web address included in
the message.
- View object: Displays the screen (Object View
Screen) in which you can view the audio, image,
and video files included in the message. You can
also save those files in different names to the
specified location.
- Mute/Unmute: This menu allows you to determine
whether to mute the sound when there is an audio
or a video file included in the message.
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- Delete: Deletes the selected message.
- Add to Contacts: Saves the recipient’s number to
the phonebook.
- Create message: Displays the Edit screen in which
you can create a new message.
- Get: Displays a screen (Get number/e-mail
address/web address screen) that shows the
number/e-mail address/web address included in
the message.
- View object: Displays the screen (Object View
Screen) in which you can view the audio, image,
and video files included in the message.
Messages
- Mute/Unmute: This menu allows you to determine
whether to mute the sound when there is an audio
or a video file included in the message.
- Mute/Unmute: This menu allows you to determine
whether to mute the sound when there is an audio
or a video file included in the message.
- Delete: Deletes the selected message.
- Delete: Deletes the selected message.
[Sent / play screen menus]
- Edit: Edits the selected message.
- Play/Pause: Plays the message or pauses message
playback.
- Move to slide: Move to the selected Slide.
- View detail: Displays the Detailed View screen. It
shows you detailed information of messages.
4.1.3 E-mail
- Forward: Forwards the selected message.
- Add to Contacts: Saves the recipient’s number to
the phonebook.
Create e-mail
- New message: Displays the Edit screen where you
can create a new message.
2. Select E-mail from New message, and press the
Select key.
- Get: Displays a screen (Get number/e-mail
address/web address screen) that shows the
number/e-mail address/web address included in
the message.
3. You can edit the items necessary to create an e-mail
message by using the cursor.
- View object: Displays the screen (Object View
Screen) in which you can view the audio, image,
and video files included in the message. You can
also save those files in different names to the
specified location.
1. You can create a new e-mail (Electronic mail).
4. Move the cursor to To field, and enter the e-mail
address of the recipient of the e-mail.
5. Move the cursor to CC (Carbon Copy) field, and enter
the reference e-mail address to forward the e-mail.
6. Move the cursor to BCC (Blind Carbon Copy), and
enter a hidden reference e-mail address to forward
the e-mail without forwarding information.
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7. For the recipient (To), reference address (CC) and
hidden reference address (BCC) fields only valid email addresses are allowed. When an e-mail
address has been specified, another field where you
can specify another address appears. You can
specify up to 20 recipients for To and CC address
fields and 10 recipients for BCC address field.
8. To enter data in the recipient (To), reference
address (CC) and hidden reference address (BCC)
fields, you can search the Contacts by using the
Search key and use the following functions by using
the [Option] key.
- Search: Select this menu to insert the address in
recent message log or a name saved in Contacts.
- Send message: Send the created e-mail.
- Save to drafts: Select this menu to save the
message in Drafts.
- View object: Show the attached file.
- Remove: Remove the attached file.
- Exit: exit this popup menu.
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9. Move the cursor to the Subject field and create the
subject. You can search Contacts by using the
Search key while entering the Subject field, and use
the following functions by using the [Option] key.
- Insert: Select this menu to insert the Simbol,
templates, and contacts.
- Dictionary: Select this menu to use dictionary.
- Send message: Send the created e-mail.
- Save to drafts: Select this menu to save the
message in the draftbox.
- View object: Show the attached file.
- Remove: Remove the attached file.
- Exit: exit this popup menu.
10. You can enter the message contents by moving the
cursor to the Message field. Use the following
functions by using the [Option] key.
- Insert: Select this menu to insert special
characters, templates, and contacts. It’s also
possible to attach a multimedia file.
- Preview: You can preview the created e-mail
before sending it.
Messages
- Dictionary: Select this menu to use dictionary.
Send settings
- Send message: Send the created e-mail.
1. Priority
- Send settings: Select this menu to configure the
settings of the e-mail that you wish to send.
You can configure the priority of the e-mail you wish to
send.
You can select either Low, Normal or High.
- Save to drafts: Select this menu to save the
message in Drafts.
- View object: Show the attached file.
- Remove: Remove the attached file.
2. Read reply
You can set whether you want to request a read
receipt for a sent e-mail.
- Exit: Exit this popup menu.
11. You can attach a file by using the [Insert] key in the
message field. In the Attach menu, move the cursor
to the Video, Audio or Image item, and press the
Select key to attach a file. You can attach up to 4
files, and the size of total attached files should be
300K or less. You can change the attached file for
another by selecting the attached file name. You can
cancel the attached file by using the [Option] key.
12. When you have finished writing an e-mail, press
the Send key to send or save the e-mail.
4.2 Inbox
1. You can view saved messages. Select a message
and then press the Select key to view the message.
2. You can view the previous or next message by using
the left and right keys.
3. To view an MMS(Notification) message, select
Retrieve in the message view screen. Then the file is
transmitted, and you can view the file when the
transmission is complete.
4. You can use the following functions by using
[Options] key.
- Reply: You can create a reply to the selected
message.
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- Forward: Forwards the selected message. (Not
supported for MMS(Notification) and WAP push
messages.)
- Reply: Creates a reply to the selected e-mail. You
can write a reply using SMS, MMS or E-mail.
- Call: You can call back to the sender.
- Open: You can view current message.
- Forward: Forwards the selected e-mail message to
another e-mail address.
- New message: You can write a new message.
- Open: Opens selected e-mail.
- Mark/Unmark: You can select one or more
messages for multiple deletion.
- Retrieve: Retrieves new e-mail messages.
- Filter: Displays messages by desired message
types.
- Mark/Unmark: uses mark/unmark option.
- Delete: Deletes the current message.
4.3 E-mail inbox
Viewing e-mail Message List
1. Select an e-mail account and then press the OK key
to view the received e-mail list.
2. Using the Retrieve key, you can retrieve a new email list from the e-mail server of the selected
account.
3. In e-mail list, you can use the following functions by
using the [Option] key.
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- Reply all: Creates a reply to all the recipients.
- New message: Creates new message.
- Delete: Deletes an e-mail. Deleted e-mails are
temporarily saved in Trash. The following Delete
options are provided.
Viewing an e-mail message
1. Select one of the received e-mails and press the OK
key to receive the contents of the e-mail.
2. The contents of the received e-mail are
automatically displayed in the View screen.
3. You can view the contents of the previous or next email by using the Up/Down key.
4. In the e-mail View screen, you can select the
following functions by using the [Option] key.
Messages
- Reply: Creates a reply to the selected e-mail
message.
- Reply all: Creates a reply to all the recipients.
- Forward: Forwards the selected e-mail message to
another e-mail address.
- Add to Contacts: Save or update the address of
sender.
- New message: Write a new SMS, MMS or e-mail.
- Get: Extract the number, email address or URL from
e-mail message.
- View objects: Show the attached file.
- Delete: Deletes the selected e-mail message.
5. Using the Option key, you can select the following
functions.
- Restore: Restores a deleted e-mail.
• One: Restores a selected e-mail.
• All: Restores all the e-mails in Trash.
- Delete: Deletes an e-mail permanently.
• One: Deletes the selected e-mail permanently.
• All: Deletes all the e-mails in Trash permanently.
- Mark/Unmark: uses mark/unmark option.
- Exit: Exit this popup menu.
n Note
The e-mails in Trash will not be received again.
Trash
1. You can restore or permanently delete deleted
e-mails in Trash.
2. Select Trash in the mailbox and press the OK key to
view the deleted e-mail list.
3. Press the Delete key to delete a deleted e-mail
permanently.
4. Press the Restore key to restore a deleted e-mail.
4.4 Drafts
1. You can view saved messages. Select a message
and then press the OK key to view the message.
2. You can view the previous or next message by using
up and down keys.
3. You can use the following functions by using the
[Options] key.
- Edit: You can edit messages.
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- New message: You can write a new message.
- New message: You can write a new message.
- Mark/Unmark: You can select one or more
messages for multiple deletion.
- View error status: Shows the reason for
transmission failure.
- Filter: Displays messages by desired message
types.
- Mark/Unmark: You can select one or more
messages for multiple deletion.
- Delete: Deletes the current message.
- Filter: Displays messages by desired message
types.
4.5 Outbox
1. You can view saved messages. Select a message
and then press the OK key to view the message.
4.6 Sent
2. You can view the previous or next message by using
the up and down keys.
Show the messages you sent (Text message /
Multimedia message / E-mail).
3. You can use the following functions by using
[Options] key.
[Options]
[For Sending / Waiting Message]
- Forward: Forwards the selected message.
- Open: Open the selected message.
- New message: You can write a new message.
- Edit: You can edit messages.
- Cancel: You can stop sending/waiting status.
- New message: You can write a new message.
[For sending a failed message]
- Resend: Resends the selected message.
- Forward: Forwards the selected message.
- Edit: You can edit messages.
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- Delete: Deletes the current message.
- Mark / Unmark: You can select one or more
messages for multiple deletion.
- Filter: Displays messages by desired message
types.
Messages
- Delete: Deletes the current message.
4.7 Voice mail
• I'm running late. I'll be there at
• I love you.
• Hi. How are you?
You can connect to the voice mail centre.
• Sorry, I can't help you on this.
If there is no selected voice mail centre address, you
can insert a new voice mail centre.
• Good to see you. My phone number is
4.8 Templates
4.8.1 Text templates
You can add, edit, and delete frequently-used useful
phrases.
You can save frequently-used phrases in the input
window in advance. You can save these useful
phrases using the Options menu.
- Depending on your service provider, the useful
phrases such as the following examples are saved as
a default.
• I'm at home. Please call
• I'm at work. Please call
• I'm in a meeting, please call me later.
• I'm in a meeting, I'll call you later.
• Please call me. I'm free now.
4.8.2 Multimedia templates
You can create, edit and view available templates
when creating multimedia messages.
Five types of template are saved by default.
Add new
Creates a new template.
Write multimedia message
Creates a multimedia message with
the selected template.
View
Displays templates created.
Edit
Edits selected templates.
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4.9 Settings
4.9.1 General
• 1 hour / 6 hours / 12 hours / 1 day / 2 days / 1 week /
Maximum
4.9.1.1 Message display
4.9.2.4 Message types
• Display after confirm / Only notification
• Text / Voice / Fax / X.400 / E-mail
4.9.1.2 Message alert
4.9.2.5 Character encoding
• None / Once / Every 1 min. / Every 2 mins. / Every 5
mins. / Every 10 mins.
• Auto / Default alphabet / Unicode
4.9.1.3 Message tone
Select (4). Messages from the top menu. Select
Settings from the menu to configure multimedia
message related options. Multimedia message setting
Menu.
• You can chose one alert melody among 10 default
melodies.
4.9.1.4 Save sent messages
• Yes / No
4.9.2 Text message
4.9.2.1 Message centre
• Input the address of SMSC.
4.9.2.2 Delivery report
• Yes / No
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4.9.2.3 Validity period
4.9.3 Multimedia message
4.9.3.1 Sending options
1. Validity period: Allows you to configure the term of
validity for a message when transmitting an
multimedia message. The message would be saved
in the MMS server only for the configured term.
2. Delivery time: Configures the delivery time of
message to the recipient. MMS centre will deliver
the message after delivery time.
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3. Priority: Configures the priority of a message for
multimedia message transmission.
4. Message size: Configures the size of a message for
multimedia message transmission. You can make a
message up to message size.
5. Delivery report: Determines whether to request a
delivery confirmation mail for an multimedia
message.
6. Read report: Determines whether to request a read
confirmation mail for an multimedia message.
4.9.3.2 Receiving options
1. Retrieval mode: Allows you to determine whether to
automatically download an multimedia message
when an MMS notification message arrives.
2. Delivery report: Determines whether to allow
sending a delivery confirmation mail for a delivery
confirmation mail request.
3. Read report: Determines whether to allow sending a
read confirmation mail for a read confirmation mail
request.
4.9.3.3 MMS centres
This menu allows you to configure network information
such as MMSC, and WAP gateway, to send an MMS
message.
In the Option menu, you can add or delete a profile by
using the left soft key. You can finish the configuration
by pressing “Done” key.
A profile name selected by a checkmark is the current
configured value. You can view and edit the contents
of the profile in the edit mode by pressing the Edit key.
The edit screen also appears when creating a new
profile under Options. The meanings of the items are
given below.
- Title: Profile name.
- MMSC URL: Enter the MMS centre URL.
- IP address: Enter the WAP gateway IP address.
- Port number: Enter the WAP gateway port number.
- Connection mode: Specify the UDP(CO/CL), the TCP
with proxy, the TCP without proxy.
- Access point: Specify the access point name (see
WAP connection settings.)
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Press the Done key(Options) to save the changes and
complete MMS setting.
If you have made changes, press the Done key to save
the changes and exit.
4.9.4 E-mail
4.9.4.4 E-mail account
1. You can create or configure an e-mail account
including the e-mail server and user ID.
2. You can edit a selected e-mail account by pressing
the Set key.
4.9.4.1 Read reply
3. You can select an e-mail account to be used to send
an e-mail using the Set key.
You can configure settings for receiving and
transmitting e-mails such as Read reply, Signature
text, Auto retrieve, and E-mail account.
4. You can select the following functions using the
Option key.
- Add new: Create a new e-mail account.
4.9.4.2 Text signature
You can configure a text signature to be attached to
the end of an e-mail. The configured signature text is
automatically attached to the end the e-mail when it is
sent.
4.9.4.3 Auto retrieve
You can configure Auto retrieve to retrieve e-mails
automatically from the incoming mail server. When a
new mail arrives, an icon appears at the top of the idle
screen. You can select that auto receiving time slot
have Off, 1, 3, 6 and 12 hours. Please note that
additional charges may occur using [Auto retrieve]
feature.
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- Delete: Deletes a selected e-mail account.
Creating a new e-mail account
1. Select Add new from the E-mail account menu
options.
2. By moving the cursor to a desired item, you can edit
the item to create an e-mail account.
3. Move the cursor to the Title field and enter a title.
4. Move the cursor to the User name field and enter
the user name of the e-mail account.
5. Move the cursor to the Password field and configure
e-mail account password.
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6. Move the cursor to the E-mail address field and
configure the e-mail address for outgoing mail.
7. Move the cursor to the Reply e-mail address field
and configure the e-mail address to reply to your email.
8. Move the cursor to Maximum receive size and
configure the maximum e-mail size. The permissible
maximum receive size is no more than 300KB.
9. Move the cursor to Save to server and determine
whether to leave a copy of messages on the
incoming server or not. You can select On or Off
using the List key.
10. Move the cursor to the Outgoing mail server field
and configure the outgoing e-mail server.
11. Move the cursor to the Outgoing server port field
and configure the mail server port number. In
general, the outgoing mail server port number
(SMTP) is 25.
12. Move the cursor to the Incoming mail server field
and configure the incoming e-mail server.
13. Move the cursor to the Incoming server port field
and configure the mail server port number. In
general, the incoming mail server port number
(POP3) is 110.
14. Move the cursor the Email inbox type and select
the email inbox type. You can select one between
POP3 and IMAP4.
15. Move the cursor to the Access point field to select
an access point to connect to the Internet. You can
select a configured access point using the List key.
16. Move the cursor to the auto retrieve item and
decide a auto receiving E-mail message as a fixed
time slot, You can select on/off using the List key. If
you want to utilize this function, there is selected
auto retrieve in E-mail setting. But auto retrieve is
not selected, you can select auto retrieve in Option.
17. Move the cursor to the SMTP authentication field
and decide whether the outgoing mail server
requires authentication.
You can select On or Off using the List key.
18. Press the Option key and select [Advanced setting].
You can change DNS Server or APOP setting.
Editing an e-mail account
1. Select a desired e-mail account from the e-mail
account list and press the Edit key.
2. You can edit desired fields by moving the cursor up
and down.
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3. When configuration is complete, press the Done key
to complete the e-mail account configuration.
4.9.5 Voice mail
You can insert or modify voice mail centre.
1. Receive
1. On
2. Off
Receive all push messages.
Does not receive all push messages.
2. Auto download
1.On
2 Off
The push message is downloaded
automatically
To download the push message, use user
interaction.
4.9.7 Cell broadcast
In this setting, you can insert or modify your channel
ID.
4.9.6 Push message
You can configure method for download that push
message.
- To receive push message, you can select one of
“On”, “Off”.
- To use or not use auto download option, you can
select one of “On”, “Off”.
- To add allowed list and set as default centre, you can
set the allowed list and add allowed list number.
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Also, you can change the reception status.
5. t-zones
How to access t-zones
You can use your phone for so much more than just
texting and talking. t-zones provides information such
as news, weather forecast, information on sports or
traffic whenever you need it.
In addition, t-zones provides superior multimedia
services such as the latest music or ring tones,
wallpapers or games for your entertainment and
device personalisation.
Press OK key from idle mode and select t-zones using
navigation keys. You can also access t-zones by
pressing the right soft key in idle mode.
n Note
Additional cost may occur when using online services.
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6. Contacts
This is an address book function to record and manage
contact addresses. Using the Contacts management
menu, you can register new contact addresses, or can
search for desired addresses by name, phone number,
or groups.
6.1 Add new
You can register a new contact address.
You can input the name, phone numbers, e-mail
addresses, assign it to groups, include memo,
company / party, position / occupation, home address,
office address, home page URL, ring tone, and avatar
or image (photograph) in the contact address
information. You can input and manage contact
addresses depending on the memory usage.
6.2 Search
Performs the contact address search function. The
search operation is performed based on a name as a
default. The current search method and results found
are displayed in the Search window. On the right side
of the screen, an image or avatar registered to the
selected contact address appears. You can make a
phone call or send a message to the selected phone
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number. A Contacts search can be performed based
on the phone number, the e-mail address, or group
information.
6.3 Speed dials
Using this menu you can manage speed dials. Speed
dials are configured between 2~9. You can register
speed dials for any number of 5 numbers for a specific
contact address, and a contact address may have
multiple speed dials.
6.4 Group manager
Using this menu you can manage group information.
There are 4 default groups: Friend, Family, Company
and School.
You can add, edit and delete groups.
When a bell for a number is not specified, a call from
the number sounds the group ring tone assigned to the
number for the group.
6.5 Own number
You can save up to own numbers being used in the
SIM card.
Contacts
6.6 Settings
6.6.1 Display data
Determines where phone book data is stored. You can
select mobile phone memory, SIM card, or both of
them. "Handset & SIM" is the default setting. You can
change the setting by using the up and down keys.
6.6.2 Copy all
You can copy contact address information from the
phone memory to the SIM or from SIM to the phone
memory. You can copy just selected items or all of
them.
6.6.3 Move all
You can move contact address information from the
phone memory to the SIM or from the SIM to the
phone memory. You can move just selected items or all
of them.
6.6.4 Delete all
Clears all contact address information. You can delete
all contact addresses saved in the mobile phone
memory as well as in the SIM card.
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7.1 Alarm clock
If you set the alarm, [Alarm icon] appears on the
Indicator bar. The specified alarm sounds at the
scheduled time. Press the [OK] key to stop the alarm,
and the alarm is released. Press the [Right key] or
[Snooze], choose the snooze interval, the alarm sound
is stopped and resumed after selected Snooze
duration. You can configure up to 5 alarms.
1. Select your desired alarm to configure in the alarm
list. If there is no alarm, press the right soft key [Add]
to add a new alarm.
2. Set/Cancel alarm: Set or cancel the alarm using the
options for specifying the alarm off or by choosing
the alarm time.
3. Input alarm time: Input your desired alarm time by
specifying Hour and Minute. Choose either ‘AM’ or
‘PM’ visible if 12 hour format is specified for the
phone.
4. Select repeat mode: Select desired repeat mode
using the left and right direction keys or from the list
pressing the centre key.
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5. Select bell: Select the bell to ring at the alarm time,
using the left add right direction keys or from the
pressing the centre key.
6. Input memo: Input alarm name.
Add here - Select the Snooze - Select the Snooze on/
Snooze off option to enable or disable snooze
operation when alarm rings.
There is NO Power-off Alarm in TMO.
When you have completed configuration, To save the
configuration in Alarm clock, we need to select either
"Done" (RSK), or Press LSK ("options")and then select
"Done" [Save] to save the changed alarm
configuration.
7.2 Calendar
Schedule Inquiry and Search
1. Reference by Months
You can refer to your schedule by months. The
cursor is on the current date, and the registered
date is underlined.
The schedule saved for the date where the cursor is
located is represented by an icon. Pressing the
shortcut key 1 moves to the previous year and
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pressing key 3 move the and pressing key 5 moves to
today. Pressing key 7 moves to the previous month,
and key 9 moves to the next month. You can move
the date using the up, down, left, and right direction
keys.
2. Reference by Days
Pressing the ‘View’ key in the reference by month
moves to reference by day where you can refer to
your schedule by days. You can refer to the moving
date tab using the left and right key. As a search
result, brief schedule contents, repetition set up
configuration, and alarm set up configuration are
displayed. You can send the schedule to another
phone or an Internet site through SMS(Text
message) or MMS(Picture message) or E-mail or
Bluetooth.
3. Detailed Reference
You can refer to a detailed schedule, that is the
whole contents of the schedule configured by user.
You can send the schedule to another phone or an
Internet site through SMS(Text message) or
MMS(Picture message) or E-mail or Bluetooth.
Search Schedule
You can add a schedule. You can configure the date,
start time, end time, contents, type of schedule,
repetition, alarm of the schedule.
Schedule types
Appointment
Anniversary
Birthday
Configurable repetition options
Once
Icon does not exist.
Daily
Mon ~ Fri
Sat ~ Sun
Weekly
Monthly
Annually
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Configurable alarm options
No alarm
Icon does not exist.
Set Up and Release Holiday
You can set up or release user holidays using this
function.
On time
Configurable holiday options
15 mins before
30 mins before
1 hour before
On the day
Weekly
1 day before
3 days before
Monthly
1 week before
Yearly
Delete Schedule
When a date is configured as an
holiday, the date is displayed in
red. User configuration is used to
configure and cancel holidays of
2 to 10 days.
Multiple setting
1. Delete elapsed schedules
You can delete all elapsed schedules using this
function.
2. Delete all
You can delete all saved schedule contents using this
function.
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Schedule Notification
If the user has configured the alarm setting, the
specified alarm sound will ring. If the notification time
is before the schedule start time, you can set up the
alarm again.
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7.3 To do
You can view, edit and add jobs to do. Jobs to do are
displayed in time order. The jobs already finished and
unfinished are displayed in different ways.
Add
To add a job, press the ‘Add’ key in the To do list
management screen. Then input date, description and
priority for the job.
When input has been completed, press the ‘Done’ key
to save the new job.
Detailed View and Edit
To view detailed job contents, locate the cursor on the
desired item in the To do list, and then press the ‘OK’
key. You can edit and delete a job using ‘Menu’. You
can also delete multiple or all jobs at a time using the
Mark/Unmark key in the menu.
Select ‘Send via’ from the ‘Option’ to send the selected
jobs through Text message, Multimedia message, Email or Bluetooth.
7.4 Memo
Using the memo management function, you can view
and manage saved memo contents, and add new
memo.
Add Memo
To add a new memo, press the ‘Add’. You can select,
number, lower case English, or upper case English
using the
. You can input useful phrases or
symbols. You can save and add the contents of the
current memo to the list by pressing the ‘Done’ key.
Send memo
Select ‘Send via’ from the ‘Option’ to send the memo
through Text message, Multimedia message, E-mail.
Set Job Status
Edit and delete Memo
The jobs set as finished are displayed as cross-out
below the unfinished jobs in the To do list. You can set
Finished jobs to Not finished by selecting ‘Option’.
Locate the cursor on your desired memo, and press
the key to view all the contents of the memo. This
function shows all the memo contents. You can edit or
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delete the contents of a memo using the ’Option’ key.
You can return to the memo management screen by
pressing the ‘Back’ key. You can select Multiple or All
memos using Mark/Unmark option and then delete a
memo by pressing the ’Delete’ key.
7.5 Date counter
1. Select Date counter menu.
2. Press [Add] and input text in [Title] field.
3. Input desired date in the date field and press [Done].
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7.6 Voice recorder
Press the left soft key to display the option pop up
menu before recording.
Move to the desired menu item using the up and down
key and press the OK key.
1. Quality: You can select a recording quality from
Super Fine, Fine and Normal.
2. Duration: You can set the recording duration to
Multimedia size, 30 secs, or 1 min.
4. To view detailed job contents, locate the cursor on
the desired item in the Date counter List and press
[OK]. Details of the selected item With day on which
the event occurs is dispalyedin View detail page.
3. New Recording: Select this menu to start recording
to a new file.
5. Details of the selected item on which the event
occurs is displayed in View detail.
6. You can edit and delete a Date counter item using
Options.
Pressing the OK key starts recording. When a
recording is started, the recording time and the current
recording file name appear on the LCD. To cancel the
recording, press the right soft key.
7. You can also delete multiple Date counter item
Marking multiple items and Delete.
Pressing the left soft key during recording allows you
to select either Stop Recording or Cancel Recording.
4. Press the right soft key to close the sub-menu popup
window.
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Select the desired function by using the up and down
key and press the OK key.
3. Ring tone: You can select a ring tone for a voice and
for a video call using the up and down keys.
When you finish the recording, press the OK key to
exit. The recorded file is automatically saved in Sounds
> My sounds folder(My Media-Sounds-My sounds)
5. Press the right soft key to close the sub-menu popup
window.
When no recording is in progress, pressing the OK key
starts recording on a new file.
When no recording is in progress, press the right soft
key to send a recorded file.
Select one from Via Multimedia Msg, Via E-mail, and
Via Bluetooth using the up and down keys and press
the OK key.
Press the left soft key to select various options after
the voice recording.
Select the desired menu using the up and down key
and press the OK key.
1. Record New: Select this menu to start a new voice
recording.
2. Send via:Select this menu to send therecorded file.
Select one from Via Multimedia Msg, Via E-mail, and
Via Bluetooth using the up and down keys and press
the OK key.
4. Delete: Select this menu to delete a recorded file.
7.7 Calculator
You have a calculator that provides 4 calculations of
addition, subtraction, multiplication and division as
well as scientific functions.
1. Press [Func].
2. Select appropriate function.
3. Select Calculator.
You can input numbers using the number keys, and
operators using the up, down, left, and right direction
key. You can input a decimal point by pressing the #
key. Whenever you press the Clear key, characters are
sequentially deleted in reverse direction. Whenever
you long press the clear key, all the characters are
deleted in reverse in one shot.
When calculation is completed and the result is
displayed on the screen, pressing a number clears the
previous result and the calculator waits for new input,
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even if you did not press AC key. When calculation is
completed and the result is displayed on the screen,
pressing a symbol saves the result into the symbol, and
continues calculation.
6. To exit currency conversion function, press the
[Back] key.
7.8.2 Surface
1. Select Surface menu.
7.8 Unit converter
Using this menu, users can convert currency, Surface,
Length, Weight, Temperature, Volume & Velocity.
1. Press [Menu].
2. Select appropriate function.
3. Input standard unit and view converted value.
4. Press [Reset] to clear the current input Field, and
locate the cursor in the input field.
3. Select Unit converter.
5. To exit Surface conversion function, press [Back]
key.
7.8.1 Currency
7.8.3 Length
1. Select the Currency menu.
1. Select length menu.
2. Users can set a currency exchange rate using
[Rate].
2. Select the desired unit to convert using [Unit].
3. Input currency rates for up to 5 currencies
equivalent to GBP and then press [Save]. Then you
can convert to one currency to another.
4. You can view the value of between 5 currency units.
5. Press [Reset] to clear the current input Field.
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2. Select desired unit to convert using [Unit].
3. Input the standard unit and view your converted
value.
4. Press [Reset] to clear the current input field and
locate the cursor in the input field.
5. To exit length conversion function, press [Back] key.
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7.8.4 Weight
1. Select Weight menu.
2. Select desired unit to convert using [Unit].
3. Input standard unit and view converted value.
4. Press [Reset] to clear the current input field and
locate the cursor in the input field.
5. To exit volume conversion function, press [Back]
key.
4. Press [Reset] to clear the current input Field, and
locate the cursor in the input field.
7.8.7 Velocity
5. To exit Mass conversion function, press [Back] key.
2. Select desired unit to convert using [Unit].
7.8.5 Temperature
3. Input standard unit and view converted value.
1. Select Temperature menu.
4. Press [Reset] to clear the current input field and
locate the cursor in the input field.
2. Position the cursor in desired unit by using up or
down arrow key.
3. Input standard unit and view converted value.
4. Press [Reset] to clear the current input field and
locate the cursor in the input field.
5. To exit Temperature conversion function, press
[Back] key.
1. Select Velocity menu.
5. To exit Velocity conversion function, press [Back]
key.
7.9 World time
The World time function provides time information of
major cities worldwide.
1. Press [Menu].
7.8.6 Volume
2. Select Useful functions.
1. Select Volume menu.
3. Select world time.
2. Select desired unit to convert using [Unit].
4. You can view the time of desired country or city
using the left and right key.
3. Input standard unit and view converted value.
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5. You can select a desired city as a base using
[Home].
6. The home city selected in world time is the base for
daylight saving calculation for time.
7.* Stop watch
1. Select Stopwatch menu.
2. Press [Go] to start the stopwatch.
3. Press [Stop] to stop the stopwatch and view the
measured duration of time.
4. Press [Go] to resume the stopwatch.
5. Press [Lap] during operation to record the duration
of time at the moment, and continue the stopwatch.
6. Users can save up to 20 time records by pressing
[Lap]. If the number of recorded time exceeds 20, the
oldest one is deleted.
7. Press Details to see recorded Lap timings. Press
[Reset] to initialise the stopwatch.
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8. Camera
1. Select Take photo or press the numeric key (#1) from
the Camera menu.
- White balance: Using this function you can adjust
the tone of the background photo according to the
weather by selecting either Auto, Daylight, Cloudy,
Shade or Fluorescent.
2. Environment Setting.
- Night mode: You can take better photos at night.
8.1 Take photo
- Select the [Options] key.
- Size: Select ‘Size’ and choose one from 1280x1024,
640x480, 320x240, wallpaper size and Phonebook
size.
- Frame shot: You can apply 10 kinds of frame effects
when taking a picture.(Frame shot is available in
case of wallpaper size)
- Quality: You can select the desired quality of photo
by selecting either super fine, fine or normal.
- Delay timer: Using this function you can delay the
camera shutter time by selecting either Off, 3
seconds, 5 seconds or 10 seconds.
- Flash: Select either Auto(around brightness),
Always on(always use flash), When taking(only
when taking a photo) or Off(do not use flash).
- Effect: Using this menu you can select special
camera effect by selecting either Off, Black &
White, Negative, Sepia.
- Multishot: You can take 3/6/9 photos consecutively
(Multishot is available in case of 320x240 size).
- Shutter sound: You can select the camera shutter
sound by selecting either No sound, Sound 1 or
Sound 2.
- Zoom: You can select zoom level according to the
photo size and preview size, and the range of zoom
level is 1 to 10. For photos with 1280x1024, only
zoom level 1(1:1) is supported.
- Storage: You can store a photo taken in the internal
(Phone) flash memory or the external flash
memory.
- Brightness: You can select a level from –2.0 to 2.0
with step size 0.5. The higher the level, the more
brighter the screen.
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3. Taking a photo
- Adjust the camera position so that object is in the
centre of the screen, and then press the Take key
to take a photo of the object. A taken photo saved
in the internal (phone)flash memory or the external
flash memory. To view existing taken photos, select
soft menu. Then the Photo album is launched,
and displays existing photos as thumbnails. Move
to a desired photo to view, and select [View] to
view the photo. You can also send a selected photo
to the other party through the MMS or E-mail
(Bluetooth) service by pressing the Send key in the
thumbnail list screen.
Summary)
[Take a Picture] > Press the Take key.
[Options] > Size > Select 1280*1024, 640*480, 320*240,
Wallpaper size and Phonebook size.
[
] > View photos taken.
8.2 Take video
1. This function is selected when you select 2. Take
video from the Camera menu.
2. Environment Settings.
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- Press the [Options] key.
- Quality: You can select the desired quality of video
by selecting either Super fine, Fine or Normal (just
as you can in Camera).
- Flash: Select either Always on (always use flash),
When recording (only when recording a video) and
Off (do not use flash).
- Zoom: Same as Take photo.
- Brightness: Same as Take photo.
- White balance: Same as Take photo.
- Night mode: Same as Take photo.
- Effect: Same as Take photo.
- Recording time: You can select recording times of
30 seconds, 1 minute, 2 minutes, 5 minutes, 1 hour.
- Storage: You can store a photo taken in the internal
(Phone) flash memory or the external flash
memory.
3. Recording a video
Put the camcorder where you want it and press the
“Rec.” key to start recording. Press the “Stop” key
again to stop recording.
Camera
The recorded video is saved in the gallery. To view the
recorded video, select [
], select a desired video
thumbnail from the video list and press “Play”.
Summary)
[Record] > “Rec.” button.
[
] > View videos recorded.
8.3 Memory status
8.3.1 Common memory
This function shows the status of the user memory of
the mobile phone. Since this function scans the overall
file system for statistics, a few seconds are required.
8.3.2 External memory
This function shows the status of the External card
user memory. This function displays the In-use and
free memory usage statistics.
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9. Settings
9.1 Profiles (for SAT SIM)
In case a SAT capable SIM card is in use Profiles is
listed here and should provide the same features as
described in chapter Profiles on pages 31-32.
9.2 Date & Time
Although the current time is automatically configured
when the phone is registered to the network, users
can configure time and date directly using ‘Time &
Date’ menu. The time configured by user is valid only
while the phone is turned on.
9.2.2 Date
1. Select ‘Date’ item from the Time & Date list, and then
press [OK] [Select].
2. Select date format using Left and Right navigation
keys.
3. Input 'Day', 'Month' and 'Year' using the number
keys.
4. Press [OK] [Confirm] to set the date with the
specified value.
9.2.1 Time
9.2.3 Daylight saving
Scroll down to select the hour indicator format i.e. Off,
Cuckoo clock or Chime bell.
Configuring Daylight saving to On Applies daylight
saving. If the home city does not support daylight
saving, Daylight saving can not be set to On.
1. Select the ‘Time’ item from the Time & Date list, and
then press [OK] [Select].
2. Move to your desired field, ‘Hour’, ‘Minute’, or
‘AM’/‘PM’ field using the navigation keys.
3. Input ‘Hour’, and ‘Minutes’ using the number keys.
4. Select time format using Left and Right navigation
keys.
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5. Press the Done key to set the time with the specified
value.
9.3 Favourites
Favourites allows you to add your own favourites to
the list already provided. Once you create your own
menu, you can access the desired function quickly in
the idle screen by pressing the up navigation key. To
move to your desired menu directly, select your
Settings
desired menu from the Favourites menu press the up
and down navigation keys.
- Add new: In the [Empty] list, press the left soft key
[Add]. Select the item from the menu and save the
desired menu item.
9.4.2 Display
In this menu, you can configure screen display options
including LCD settings and theme.
9.4.2.1 Wallpaper
- Edit: In the added menu items list, press the left soft
key [Options]. Select Edit from the menu to edit a
saved menu item.
You can configure the Main LCD background by theme
selection.
- Delete: In the added menu items list, press the left
soft key [Options]. Select Delete from the menu to
delete a saved menu item.
You can select an Main display background to display
in idle mode. You can also select the clock and
calendar type to appear in idle mode. You can also
configure the font size and colour of the clock
displayed on the Main LCD idle screen.
- Delete all: In the added menu items, press the left soft
key [Options]. Select Delete all from the menu item.
- View infomation: In the added menu item list, press
the left soft key [Options]. Select View infomation
from the menu to view the information about the
actual location of the added menu item.
9.4.2.1.1 Main display
9.4.2.1.2 Front display
You can select an Front display background to display
in idle mode.
9.4.2.2 Dialling font
9.4 Phone settings
9.4.1 Language
When number keys are pressed for call connection in
idle state, the size and colour of displayed number can
be configured.
Automatic, English, German, Dutch, Czech, Hungarian,
Polish, Croatian, Slovakian.
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9.4.2.3 Colour theme
You can choose the themes between (T-Mobile, Metal,
Sky, Orange).
9.4.2.4 Backlight
It allows the user to configure the backlight duration
settings for Main LCD, Front LCD and Keypad. Default
settings:
If you select Video calls, the All video calls, If busy, If
no answer and If unreachable list appears.
If you select Voice calls, the All voice calls, If busy, If
no answer and If unreachable list appears.
9.5.1.1 Video calls
- Main LCD duration 10 seconds.
9.5.1.1.1 All video calls
- Front LCD duration 10 seconds.
1. When the off menu is selected – Deletes Call Divert
Number registered to the network. While waiting for
the result from the network, Requesting message
and animation appears. When the network answers,
the result of the operation is displayed.
- Keypad backlight duration 10 seconds.
9.5 Call settings
9.5.1 Call divert
Call divert menus for video, voice, data and fax calls
are provided.
However, available menus are determined by the SIM
supporting CPHS.
The menu consists of Video calls, Voice calls, Fax calls
and Data calls.
The Video menu provides menus to divert video calls
and the Voice menu provides menus to divert voice
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calls. The Video and Voice menus have the following
submenus.
2. When the To voicemail centre is selected, it
activates or deactivates a Voicemail centre number.
To register the VMS number, select Messages?
Settings? Voice mail centre from the menu. If you
select this menu when there is no registered
number, the “VMB not activated” message appears.
Selecting this menu when there is a registered
number displays Requesting message and
animation. When the network answers, the result of
the operation is displayed.
Settings
3. When To other number is selected – A dialogue
window appears allowing you to enter a phone
number to divert to. Input a phone number to divert
calls to, and press OK button. While waiting the
result from the network, Requesting message and
animation appears. When the network answers, the
result of the operation is displayed.
4. When Input dial number (DN) is selected – A menu
appears, a user selects To other number, and inputs
a number. Divert registration is performed with the
selected number. Select the number, and press the
OK button. While waiting for the result from the
network, a Requesting message and animation
appears. When the network answers, the result of
the operation is displayed.
5. Options menu – After activating the All video calls
menu, selecting the Options menu at the bottom of
the menus displays the Activate, Deactivate,
Deactivate all, View status and clear list menus.
Activate: Move to Settings menu (above1~4) to
activate call divert. The View status menu shows the
settings on the network. If you select this menu,
Requesting.. message and animation appear. Then
the network settings are displayed when the
information is received from the network. Selecting
Status in the right soft menu gives the same result. If
you select the Deactivate menu, the call divert
numbers registered in the network are deleted after
user confirmation. Selecting the Cancel all menu will
display the operation result after showing the
Requesting message and animation. Clear list menu
will delete all divert number list.
9.5.1.1.2 If busy
1. When the off menu is selected – It operates the
same to All voice calls menu.
2. When To voice mail centre is selected – It operates
the same to All voice calls menu.
3. To other number is selected – It operates the same
to All voice calls menu.
4. When input dial number (DN) is selected – It
operates the same to All voice calls menu.
5. When Options menu is selected – It activates and
operates If busy menu. It operates the same to All
voice calls menu.
9.5.1.1.3 If no answer
1. When the off menu is selected – It operates the
same as All voice calls menu.
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2. When To voice mail centre is selected – It operates
the same as to All voice calls menu.
3. When To other number is selected – It operates the
same as to All voice calls menu.
4. When input dial number (DN) is selected – It
operates the same to All voice calls menu.
5. When Options menu is selected – Activates and
operates If no reply menu. It operates the same to
All voice calls menu except that users can configure
delay time in the Set delay menu in the menu list.
9.5.1.1.4 If unreachable
1. When off menu is selected – It operates the same to
All voice calls menu.
2. When To voice mail centre is selected – It operates
the same to All voice calls menu.
3. When To other number is selected – It operates the
same to All voice calls menu.
4. When input dial number (DN) is selected – It
operates the same to All voice calls menu.
5. When Options menu is selected – Activates and
operates If out of reach menu. It operates the same
to All voice calls menu.
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9.5.1.2 Voice calls
9.5.1.2.1 All voice calls
1. When the off menu is selected – Deletes Call Divert
Number registered to the network. While waiting for
the result from the network, Requesting message
and animation appears. When the network answers,
the result of the operation is displayed.
2. When the To voicemail centre is selected, it
activates or deactivates a Voicemail centre number.
To register the VMS number, select Messages?
Settings? Voice mail centre from the menu. If you
select this menu when there is no registered
number, the “VMS not activated” message appears.
Selecting this menu when there is a registered
number displays Requesting message and
animation. When the network answers, the result of
the operation is displayed.
3. When To other number is selected – A dialogue
window appears allowing you to enter a phone
number to divert to. Input a phone number to divert
calls to, and press OK button. While waiting the
result from the network, Requesting message and
animation appears. When the network answers, the
result of the operation is displayed.
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4. When Input dial number (DN) is selected – A menu
appears, a user selects To other number, and inputs
a number. Divert registration is performed with the
selected number. Select the number, and press the
OK button. While waiting for the result from the
network, a Requesting message and animation
appears. When the network answers, the result of
the operation is displayed.
9.5.1.3 Fax calls
5. After activating All video calls menu, selecting the
Options menu at the bottom of the menus displays
the Activate, Deactivate, Cancel all, View status and
clear list menus.
Activate: Move to Settings menu to activate call
divert.
The View status menu shows the settings on the
network. If you select this menu, Requesting.
message and animation appear. Then the network
settings are displayed when the information is
received from the network. Selecting Status in the
right soft menu gives the same result. If you select
the Deactivate menu, the call divert numbers
registered in the network are deleted after user
confirmation. Selecting the Cancel all menu will
display the operation result after showing the
Requesting message and animation.
Clear list menu will delete all divert number list.
1. Activate: Activates waiting service. Selecting this
item, displays requesting message and animation.
When the network answers, the result of the
operation is displayed.
9.5.1.4 Data calls
9.5.2 Call waiting
This menu consists of All Calls Voice call, Video call.
If you select one, activate/deactivate/view status
menu list appears.
2. Deactivate: Deactivates Call waiting service.
Selecting this item displays requesting message and
animation. When the network answers, the result of
the operation is displayed.
3. View status: Displays activated Call waiting service
group item of the network. Selecting this item
displays requesting message and
animation. When the network answers, the result of
the operation is displayed.
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9.5.3 Call reject
Automatic menu: Users can configure to reject all or a
specific number calls by selecting Deactivate, Reject
on list, or Reject all calls menu. Selecting Deactivate
disables Automatic call reject. Selecting Reject on list
rejects only reject target numbers saved in Phone
book. Selecting Reject all calls rejects all arriving calls
unconditionally by silent or disconnecting. When you
configuring Reject on list mode, you can add number to
reject by using ‘List’ menu. When you adding a number
to the list, you can select either ‘Silent’, or
‘Disconnect’. You can input number directly or by
searching Contacts using ‘Search’ key.
Manual menu: When On is selected, press and hold
the side key for a while to reject a call by silence, and
press and hold the side key for a while once again to
reject a call by disconnecting. When Off is selected,
side key does not work for call reject operation.
9.5.4 Call costs
1. This function displays your call cost of the Last call
and All calls.
2. To initialise, press ‘Clear’ button, and input PIN code.
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3. Select Cost Setting to configure call cost settings
and call cost limit.
4. You can select either Unit or Currency in call cost
settings. According to your setting, call cost is
displayed when a call is terminated.
5. In the call cost limit configuration, select On to
configure the cost limit. When cost limit is
configured, and call cost reaches the limit, making a
call will not be allowed.
9.5.5 Video call
1. Hide my picture: Option to determine whether to
send my picture during VT.
• On: Do not send my picture.
• Off: Send my picture.
2. Substitute picture: Option to determine a video to
send during VT.
• On: Send substitute video instead of my picture.
• Off: Send my picture.
3. Substitute picture file: Option to select substitute
video to send instead of my picture during VT.
Settings
9.5.6 Send my number
1. Set by network: Configures with the default settings
determined by the service provider.
2. On: Configures to send my phone number when
making an outgoing call.
3. Off: Configures not to send my phone number when
making an outgoing call.
9.5.7 Auto redial
Allows you to set the auto redial function when a call
attempt has failed.
9.5.8 Answer mode
Allows you to set the answering method. You can
choose between opening the folder, pressing the Send
key, and pressing any key.
9.5.9 Minute reminder
Determines whether to sound a 1 minute tone every 1
minute when you are on the phone.
9.5.* Closed user group
9.6 Connectivity
9.6.1 Bluetooth
Bluetooth Connection
• Menu > 9. Settings > 6. Connectivity > 1. Bluetooth
Your phone has built-in Bluetooth wireless technology
which makes it possible for you to connect your phone
wirelessly to other Bluetooth devices such as a
handsfree, PC, PDA, a remote screen, or other phones.
You can, for example, have a conversation via a
cordless Bluetooth handsfree or browse the Internet,
wirelessly connected via a mobile phone.
You can also exchange, for example, business cards,
calendar items and pictures.
n Note
We recommend that your phone and the Bluetooth device
you are communicating with be within a range of 10 meters.
The connection may be improved if there are no solid
objects in between your phone and the other Bluetooth
device.
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1. Getting Started
• Menu > 9. Settings > 6. Connectivity > 1. Bluetooth
> 1. Paired devices
To use the Bluetooth function, you must first set
Bluetooth to "On". Complete the above procedures to
set Bluetooth to "On".
2. Configuring Bluetooth Settings
• Menu > 9. Settings > 6. Connectivity > 1. Bluetooth
> 2. Settings
- Passcode request: You can choose for your phone
to ask for your password when another Bluetooth
device is trying to connect to it. If this option is set
to "Off", you can immediately connect to another
Bluetooth device without entering your password.
- BD address: The BD address is set when your
phone is sold. You cannot change the BD address.
- Bluetooth: To use the Bluetooth function, set it to
[On]. Otherwise, set it to [Off].
3. Paired Device
- Audio device: You can set [Audio device] to
[Headset] or [Handsfree].
If a paired Bluetooth device already exists,
- My handset’s visibility: Set [My handset’s
visibility status] to [Shown to all] so that other
devices can detect your phone when they are
searching for a Bluetooth device. If you select
[Hidden], other devices will not be able to detect
your phone when they are searching for a
Bluetooth device.
- My handset’s name: You can name or rename your
phone as it will appear on other devices.
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Your phone's name will be shown on other devices
only when [My handset’s visibility] is set to
[Shown to All].
Pairing Devices(Pairing with a device)
• Menu > 9. Settings > 6. Connectivity > 1. Bluetooth
> 1. Paired devices > Options > Add new
If there is no paired Bluetooth device,
• Menu > 9. Settings > 6. Connectivity > 1. Bluetooth
> 1. Paired devices > Add
Options
1. Add new: Using this menu, you can pair a new
Bluetooth device with your phone.
Settings
2. Connect: Using this menu, you can connect an
audio device.
Bluetooth devices within a range of 10m will be
found.
A. This item is only enabled in the Option menu
when you have selected Audio device. If
another device has been selected, this item is
disabled.
- If Bluetooth devices are found, these devices are
listed on the screen. If no Bluetooth device is
found, you will be asked if you want to search
again.
B. Move to [Connect] and select [OK]. Your phone
is immediately connected to the audio device.
- If you select a device from the listed devices, the
device information (name, address, service class)
will appear on the screen.
3. View Detail: Using this menu, you can view
information about the paired device.
4. Set as authorised: Using this menu, you can
choose to receive alerts when data arrives from
another device.(Set as authorised <-> Set an
unauthorised)
5. Assign short name: Using this menu, you can
rename a paired phone as required.
6. Delete: Using this menu, you can delete the paired
Bluetooth device.
7. Delete all: Using this menu, you can delete all of
the paired Bluetooth devices.
- Pairing procedure
• Press the Bond key. A window will appear on
the screen asking you to enter your password.
• After creating a password (of 1 to 16 digits), the
user of the other device must enter the
password for pairing. The user of the other
device must know the password in advance for
authentication.
• If the other party authenticates the connection,
the Paired device list is displayed on the screen
and you can use your phone to communicate
with the other device.
- To search for a Bluetooth device to connect,
press the above key.
- Screen shows“Searching for Device”.
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<Disconnecting Devices>
1. Select a device to disconnect from the Paired
devices screen.
2. You can disconnect a device by pressing the Delete
key or by selecting Options > Delete. To disconnect
all paired devices, select Options . Delete All.
3) The other party will specify a password.
<Transmitting Data Using Bluetooth>
5) If the other party selects [Yes] for [Bluetooth
Authorisation required], the data is transmitted.
1. To transmit data from your phone to another
Bluetooth device, first select the application where
the target data is saved. For example, to send data in
the Media album to another device, select
• Menu > 2. My Media > 1.Photos > Select data to
transmit > Send via > 3. Bluetooth
2. Transmitting Data
- If a paired Bluetooth device exists,
1) Select the desired device from the paired
devices listed on the screen.
2) If the other party selects [Yes] for [Bluetooth
Authorisation required], the data is transmitted.
- If t here is no paired Bluetooth device,
1) Select Search to search for nearby Bluetooth
devices to connect.
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2) Select the device to which you want to transmit
data from the devices on the screen and press
the Push key.
4) You must know the password specified by the
other party.
<Receiving Data using Bluetooth>
Menu > 9. Settings > 6. Connectivity > 1. Bluetooth >
1. Paired devices
1. If you enable Bluetooth function as described above,
you can connect your phone to other Bluetooth
devices.
2. If another party attempts to transmit data, the
[Bluetooth Authorisation required] question will
appear on the screen. If you select [Yes], the data
will be transmitted to your phone. During data
transmission, the Bluetooth icon flashes.
<Bluetooth Data Storage Folder>
You can check the received data by selecting Menu >
2. My Media > 7. Bluetooth data.
Settings
4. Device
<Connecting a Headset>
1. Select Menu > 9. Settings > 6. Connectivity >
1. Bluetooth > 2. Settings and check that [Audio
Device Select] is set to [Headset]. (If Bluetooth is
disabled, enable Bluetooth.)
2. Connect the headset according to the procedures
described in the Pairing Devices section.
3. To use the headset, select the headset from the
registered devices, press the Option key and then
select 2. Connect.
4. To check that the selected headset has been
connected successfully, press the Option key. If it is
properly connected, 2. Disconnect will appear. If it is
not connected, 2. Connect will appear.
<Connecting a Handsfree Kit>
1. Menu > 9. Settings > 6. Connectivity > 1. Bluetooth
> 2. Settings and check that [Audio Device Select]
is set to [Handsfree]. (If Bluetooth is disabled, enable
Bluetooth.)
2. Connect the handsfree kit according to the
procedures described in the Pairing Devices
section.
3. To use the handsfree kit, select the handsfree kit
from the registered devices, press the Option key
and then select 2. Connect.
4. To check that the selected handsfree kit has been
connected successfully, press the Option key. If it is
properly connected, 2. Disconnect will appear. If it is
not connected, 2. Connect will appear.
9.6.2 Network settings
9.6.2.1 Network selection
1. You can select either Automatic or Manual network
selection.
2. If you select Automatic, connection continues
according to the Automatic network selection
procedures. This setting is recommended for best
service and quality.
3. If you select Manual, all the currently 2G (GSM) and
3G (UMTS) available networks are shown, and you
can select one of them for registration.
If the registration of the network has failed, then all
the currently available networks are listed again,
and you can select any other one for registration.
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9.6.2.2 Preferred lists
9.6.2.4. System mode
1. Select Preferred lists to display the preferred list
saved in the current SIM card.
1. If you set to Dual mode, then both 3G (UMTS) and 2G
(GSM) services can be used. This setting is
recommended for best service and quality.
2. You can edit and save a preferred list in the SIM
card by selecting the menu when the preferred list is
displayed.
- Add
- Delete
- Options: (Add new, Search/Enter new network
Delete)
9.6.2.3 GPRS
1. If you set GPRS option to "Power on", the registration
process for GPRS service is started when power on.
In this case, other registration process is not need
for GPRS service.
2. If you set GPRS option to "when needed", the
registration process for GPRS service will be started
only when an application requires GPRS service.
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2. If you set to GSM only, then only 2G (GSM) service
can be used.
9.6.3 Access points
Access points
This menu shows the access point list. You can create
new profiles, delete or edit them by using the Option
Menu. However, you cannot delete or edit default
configurations.
You can edit the following configuration items by
selecting the right soft key.
Connection title
Access Point profile name.
Bearer
Choose the bearer from the list. (Default
is “UMTS/GPRS”)
Authentication
Choose the authentication from the list.
(Default is “No auth”)
Username
Information provided by Service Provider.
Password
Information provided by Service Provider.
Settings
9.6.4 Sync Service
APN
APN name to access network.
Information provided by Service Provider.
Traffic Class
Choose the Traffic Class from the list.
(Default is "Subscribed")
Req. Max UL
Bitrate
Choose the Maximum Uplink Bitrate from
the list. (Default is "Subscribed")
Req. Max DL
Bitrate
Choose the Maximum Downlink Bitrate
from the list. (Default is "Subscribed")
Dial-up number
Required in case of Bearer is
"UMTS/GPRS/CSD" or "CSD" Information
provided by Service Provider.
Baud rate
Required in case of Bearer is
"UMTS/GPRS/CSD" or "CSD" Choose the
value from select list. (Default is "9600")
Call type
Required in case of Bearer is
"UMTS/GPRS/CSD" or "CSD" Choose Call
type from the list. (Default is "ISDN")
9.6.4.2 Logs
CSD Password
Required in case of Bearer is
"UMTS/GPRS/CSD" or "CSD" Information
provided by Service Provider.
Select the Log item and then press the Select key to
view the log for the last synchronization operation
performed.
CSD Username
Required in case of Bearer is
"UMTS/GPRS/CSD" or "CSD" Information
provided by Service Provider.
9.6.4.3 Sync types
- Press “Done” key to save any configuration changes.
If Sync service is supported by your network operator,
that service function synchronizes the data in a phone
and the data on a server such as contact address
information and schedule items via a wireless network.
9.6.4.1 Connect
• Menu > Settings > Connectivity > Sync service
1. Select the Connect item and then press the Select
key.
2. Connect to the server with the selected server
profile and the synchronization animation is
displayed while the synchronization is performed.
• Menu > Settings > Connectivity > Sync service
• Menu > Settings > Connectivity > Sync service
Select the Sync Types item and then press the Select
key to view the synchronization types.
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A. Normal
The phone and the server are required to
exchange information about the modified data.
B. Backup
The phone sends all its data from a database to
the server. The server is expected to replace all
data in the target database with the data sent by
the phone. This means that the phone overwrites
all data in the server database.
9.6.6 Streaming
This menu shows the Streaming settings and you can
set it.
9.7 Security
You can activate a PIN code. When it is activated, a
window asking you to enter the PIN code appears
when you turn on the phone so as to prevent
unauthorized use of the phone.
9.6.4.4 Settings
• Menu > Settings > Connectivity > Sync service
9.7.1 Handset lock
1. Select the Settings item and then press the Select
key.
You can lock your mobile phone to prevent it being
used by other people. The following 4 lock functions
are provided.
2. This menu allows you to configure the profile for a
synchronization server.
9.6.5 Dialup network
The Dialup network function synchronizes the data in a
phone and the data on a server such as contact
address information and schedule items via a wireless
network.
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- Power On: Whenever the mobile phone is turned on.
- If SIM Changed: When the mobile phone’s SIM card
has been changed.
- Immediate: Locks the phone immediately.
- Off: Cancels lock function.
Settings
9.7.2 PIN code request
You can activate a PIN (Personal Identification
Number). You can check the current status of
configuration from the status bar.
PIN request and release procedures
Item
Enable PIN Request
3. The maximum allowed number of attempts of PUK
input is 10 times. ATTENTION: after having entered
10 times an incorrect PUK code, the SIM card will be
blocked and must be replaced.
Press the C key in the PIN code input window to return
to the previous step.
Description
You have to input the PIN code each
time the mobile phone is turned on.
Disable PIN Request You do not have to input the PIN code
when the mobile phone is turned on.
1. Select ‘PIN Code Request’ item from the list, and
press [Select]. Then a window allowing you to select
‘On’ or ‘Off’ appears.
- Select ‘On’/‘Off’ from the list, press [Select], and
input the current PIN code to set the PIN request. If
‘PIN Code Request’ is already enabled/disabled, an
“Already activated”/ “Already cancelled” message
will be displayed.
2. 3 incorrect PIN code entries in the PIN code input
window would invalidate the PIN code. In this case,
you have to input the PUK (PIN Unblock Key) code to
configure the PIN code again.
9.7.3 Call barring
Call barring menus for All calls, Video, Voice are
provided.
However, available menus are determined by the SIM
supporting CPHS.
The menu consists of All calls, Video, Voice.
The All calls menu provides menus to barring all calls
and the Video menu provides menus to barring video
calls. the Voice menu provides menus to barring voice
calls. The All call,Video and Voice menus have the
following submenus.
If you select All calls, Outgoing calls, International
calls, International except home country, Incoming
calls, and Incoming calls when abroad submenus.
menu list appears.
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The Call barring menu consists of Outgoing calls,
International calls, International except home country,
Incoming calls, and Incoming calls when abroad
submenus. However, the menus available depend on
whether the SIM suppors CPHS. The Outgoing calls
menu bars dialing outgoing calls, the International
calls menu bars dialing outgoing international calls,
the International except home country menu bars
dialing outgoing international calls except for the
Home PLMN country, Incoming calls rejects incoming
calls, and the Incoming calls when abroad menu
rejects incoming calls in roaming.
9.7.3.3 Voice calls
2. When Options menu is selected – It activates
Outgoing calls menu. Select options menu from the
soft menus on the lowest menu. Then, Activate,
Deactivate, Deactivate all, View status, and Barring
password menu appear. Select Activate menu to
receive Barring Password from user and activates
the barring service on the network. Deactivate menu
deactivates barring service after Barring Password
input of user. Deactivate all menu deactivates all
barring service configured in the network after
Barring Password input of user. View status menu
enables users to view the current network
configuration. Selecting View status menu displays
Requesting message with animation and the result
of the operation when the network answers. Barring
password menu enables users to change current
barring password.
All outgoing
Outgoing international
1. When OK button is selected – Receives Barring
password from user, and activates barring service
on the network. Requesting message and animation
appears. When the network answers, the result of
the operation is displayed.
1. When OK button is selected . It operates the same to
Outgoing calls menu.
9.7.3.1 All calls
9.7.3.2 Video calls
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2. When Options menu is selected – It activates and
operates International calls menu. It operates the
same to Outgoing calls menu.
Settings
Outgoing international calls except home country
1. When OK button is selected It operates the same to
Outgoing calls menu.
2. When Options menu is selected – It activates and
operates International except home country menu. It
operates the same to Outgoing calls menu.
All incoming
1. OK button select It operates the same to Outgoing
calls menu.
2. When Options menu is selected – It activates and
operates Incoming calls menu. It operates the same
to Outgoing calls menu.
Incoming calls when roaming
1. OK button select. It operates the same to Outgoing
calls menu.
2. When Options menu is selected – It activates and
operates Incoming calls when abroad menu. It
operates the same to Outgoing calls menu.
2. The first menu displays the current configured
number. Enter configuration menu through Option
menu.
3. For configuration, input name and phone number.
The configuration information is saved in SIM.
4. The information saved in SIM is used when FDN
restricts outgoing calls.
9.7.5 Change password
You can change PIN, PIN2, the mobile phone
password and the call barring password.
9.7.5.1 PIN code
PIN is the abbreviation of Personal Identification
Number, and is used to restrict the use of an
unauthenticated user.
PIN code Change Procedure
1. Select ‘PIN code’ from the ‘Change password’ list
and then press [OK].
2. Input the current PIN code, and press [OK].
9.7.4 Fixed dial number
3. Input the new PIN code, and press [OK].
1. To enter the menu allowing FDN configuration, PIN
authentication is required.
4. Input the new PIN code once again, and press [OK].
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- If the PIN code is different from that of step 3, the
procedure is restarted from step 3.
5. When the PIN code is properly changed, a “PIN
changed” message is displayed. With an incorrect
PIN code input in step 2, the procedure is restarted
from step 2, and the remaining allowed number of
input attempts is decreased by 1.
6. Press the C key in the PIN code input window to
return to the previous step.
* 3 incorrect PIN code entries in the PIN code input
window would invalidate the PIN code. In this case,
you have to input the PUK (PIN Unblock Key) code to
configure the PIN code again. The maximum allowed
number of attempts of PUK code input is 10 times.
ATTENTION: after having entered 10 times an
incorrect PUK code, the SIM card will be blocked
and must be replaced.
9.7.5.2 PIN2 code
PIN2 is the abbreviation of Personal Identification
Number 2, and is used to restrict the use of
unauthenticated users like PIN. The PIN2 code change
procedure is the same as the one for the PIN code.
3 incorrect PIN2 code entries would invalidate the
PIN2 code. In this case, you have to input the PUK2
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code in order to use the PIN2 code again. The
maximum allowed number of attempts of PUK2 code
input is 10 times, like PUK1. 10 incorrect PUK2 code
entries would invalidate the PIN2 code.
9.7.5.3 Security code
The security code is used to change the mobile phone
password. The maximum allowed number of attempts
of security code input is not limited like PIN and PIN2.
9.8 Memory status
This function shows the usage of the memory of the
mobile phone that can be used to save user data. User
data is saved in a FLASH memory, a type of nonvolatile memory, keeping saved data permanently
unless the data are deleted by user.
9.8.1 Common memory
This function shows the status of the common memory.
The function takes few seconds to load the contents.
The usual contents are related to Audio, Video,
Multimedia, Java etc. It gives the size in terms of
Kilobytes for each item in the common memory.
Settings
9.8.2 Reserved memory
This functions shows the status of the reserved
memory. The usual contents are Text messages,
Contacts, Calendar To Do, Memo and Secret memo. It
give a clear illustration of the actual number to the
total number of count of each item.
9.* Internet
How to Connect to Internet (Internet Settings)
1. Setup (Default)
9.8.3 SIM memory
- User can connect to Internet using one of the
settings values configured in Internet “Settings”
menu’s Accounts list.
This function shows the status of the SIM card user
memory.
- The list of setting values can be seen by selecting
“Setting” menu’s “Accounts” sub menu.
9.8.4 External memory
- An item with check icon on the right side of the list
is default item.
This function shows the status of the External card
user memory. This function displays the In-use and
free memory usage statistics.
- Users can add or edit settings other than “T-Mobile
Internet” that is default connection setting.
9.9 Handset info.
This functions shows the SIM card telephone number,
model name and software version of the mobile phone.
- To change the default connection settings, select
one of the items listed in the settings menu and
press “OK”. The selected item will be displayed
with check icon “√ ”on right hand side of the
selected list.
- Changing default profile may result in services no
longer working.
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2. Additional Setup
- Select “Settings” menu’ from “Internet ” menu”,
Select next menu “Accounts”. Open “Options”
menu by pressing Left Soft Key and select “Add”
option.
The following items need to be configured
Account title
Settings account name.
(e.g. T-Mobile WAP)
Homepage
Service URL. (e.g. www.t-zones.co.uk)
Connection Mode Choose from given list of connection
modes. (default is UDP (CO))
Proxy IP
WAP Gateway IP address provided by the
operator. (e.g. 193.254.160.002)
Proxy Port
Port details are provided by operator,
depending upon “Connection Mode”.
Security
Choose “secure” connection if needed,
Default value is “Non-Secure”.
Timeout
Linger time setting. (150 seconds as a
default)
Access Point
Access point setting for the
corresponding service. (More details for
adding or editing new Access Point refer
step 3)
- Press “Done” key to save any configuration changes.
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3. Access Points
- User can list the available Access Points by
selecting “List” appears on Centre soft menu of
“Access point” parameter from Internet setting
value.
- User can add a new Access Point by selecting
“Add New” from “Option” menu.
- Press “Done” key to save any configuration
changes.
The details for Access Point parameters are as
follows:
Connection title
Access Point profile name.
Bearer
Choose the bearer from the list. (Default
is “UMTS/GPRS”)
Authentication
Choose the authentication from the list.
(Default is “No auth”)
Username
Information provided by Service Provider.
Password
Information provided by Service Provider.
APN
APN name to access network.
Information provided by service provider.
Traffic Class
Choose the Traffic Class from the list.
(Default is "Subscribed")
Settings
Req.Max UL
Bitrate
Choose the Maximum Uplink Bitrate from
the list. (Default is "Subscribed")
Req.Max DL
Bitrate
Choose the Maximum Downlink Bitrate
from the list. (Default is "Subscribed")
Dial-up number
Required in case of Bearer is
"UMTS/GPRS/CSD" or "CSD". Information
provided by Service Provider.
Baud rate
Required in case of Bearer is
"UMTS/GPRS/CSD" or "CSD" Choose the
value from select list. (Default is "9600")
Call type
Required in case of Bearer is
"UMTS/GPRS/CSD" or "CSD" Choose Call
type from the list. (Default is "ISDN")
CSD Password
Required in case of Bearer is
"UMTS/GPRS/CSD" or "CSD" Information
provided by Service Provider.
CSD Username
Required in case of Bearer is
"UMTS/GPRS/CSD" or "CSD" Information
provided by Service Provider.
Back
Returns to the previous page.
Forward
To go to next page, If user navigated to
previous pages.
Reload
Reloads the current page.
Home
To access the homepage URL configured
in current default setting.
Go to URL
A desired URL can be entered here to
visit.
Bookmarks
Adding page displayed as Bookmark and
other operations of bookmark.
Settings
Provides a menu for “Character encoding”.
“Scrolling control”, “Show image”,
“Cache”, “Cookie”, “Clear cache”, “Clear
cookie” and “Certificate”, “Session info.”
and “Clear temporary files”.
9.*.1 Home
Upon selecting Internet, connection is made to
Internet using configured setting information.
Browser Menu (Online Menu)
9.*.2 Bookmarks
Browser Menu is seen once the page is displayed. On
selecting “Menu” from Left Soft Menu of browser,
various options are provided and these are as follows:
To store the frequently access or favourites
URLs/Pages. Add, Edit or delete operations can be
performed on bookmark. Few preconfigured URLs are
stored as Bookmark.
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Settings
- To add new bookmarks select “Add” from Right Soft
Menu. Enter “Title” and associated “URL”
information and press “OK” or “Done” key to save.
- To connect to desired bookmark select “Connect”
from “Options” menu.
- To edit the existing bookmark select “Edit” from
“Options” menu.
To delete bookmark(s) select “Delete” from “Options”
menu.
9.*.5 Security
Show a certification information, if user press the one
of Certificates list. And Clear secure session
information. If user press the clear session.
9.*.5.1 Certificates
If stored, a list of root/ca certificates required for
WTLS/TLS can be found here. Certificates can be
viewed or deleted from the list.
9.*.5.2 Clear session
9.*.3 Saved pages
User can show a internet page to be saved.
9.*.4 Go to URL
9.*.4.1 Enter address
9.*.6 Settings
User can edit a URL to directly Connect to the page
and connect to a edited URL.
9.*.6.1 Accounts
To enter a symbol, press the Asterisk (“*”) key to
display symbol table and to switch input mode, press
the POUND (“#”) key.
Select character set.
9.*.4.2 Recent pages
Select scroll line.(1~3 line)
“Recent page” is the recent browsing page. (History)
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Secure (WTLS/ TLS) session data can be cleared using
this option. Session data should be cleared to establish
a new secure session.
9.*.6.2 Character encoding
9.*.6.3 Scrolling control
Settings
9.*.6.4 Show image
9. # Reset settings
Showing image[On] or Not Showing image [Off].
9.*.6.5 Cache
Supporting the “Cache” function [On] or Not
Supporting the “Cache” [Off].
9.*.6.6 Cookie
Supporting the “Cookie” function [On] or Not
Supporting the “Cookie” [Off].
It resets the handset memory and Default settings
brings all the phone settings to its default values.
In Clear memory “Handset Contents” will reset Java,
Bookmarks, Saved internet pages, Recent internet
pages, Videos and Audios. “Handset personal info”
will reset Contacts, Messages, Diary, Alarms, Calls. No
SIM memory option. “External memory” will reset the
external memory.
9.*.6.7 Clear cache
Clear all caches.
9.*.6.8 Clear cookie
Clear all cookies.
9.*.6.9 Clear temporary files
Clear all temporary files.
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Troubleshooting
Please check to see if any problem which you may have with your phone is described here before taking it for service
or calling a service engineer.
Q How do I view the list of outgoing calls, incoming
calls and missed calls?
A Press
.
Q How do I clear all call history?
A Press the left soft key and then
.
Q How do I view all numbers saved in the memory?
A Press the right soft key and then
.
Q
does not disappear from the screen.
A Check whether you are in a service area. If you
continue to see
, turn off the power and wait for
approximately 2 minutes before turning it back on. If
there is no change, relocate to another area and
check again.
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Q Connection is poor or is not audible in certain areas.
A In certain areas, signal strength can vary
dramatically.
Try moving to a different location. Heavy network
traffic may affect the ability to connect, or the
stability of the call.
Q Connection is poor even when established.
A In certain areas, signal strength can vary
dramatically.
Try moving to a different location. Heavy network
traffic my affect the ability to connect, or the
stability of the call.
Q LCD does not turn on.
A Remove and replace the battery and turn on the
power. If the phone still does not turn on, charge the
battery and try again.
Troubleshooting
Q An echo can be heard during connection with a
certain telephone in a certain area.
A It is called ‘Echo Phenomenon’. It occurs if the
volume is too high or caused by special properties
(semi electronic telephone exchange) of the
machine on the other end.
Q Usage time of battery becomes shorter.
A If the battery time is short, it may be due to the user
environment, or large volume of calls, or weak
signals.
Q No number is dialled when you recall a phonebook
entry.
Q The phone gets warm.
A During long calls, or if games/Internet are used for a
long time, the phone may become hot. This is
perfectly normal and has no effect upon the life of
the product or performance.
Q The bell does not ring, or lamp or LCD blinks only.
A The phone is set to ‘Vibrate’ or ‘Silent’ in the Profiles
menu. Please select ‘General’ or ‘Loud’
Q Standby duration of the phone gradually becomes
shorter.
A Batteries have a limited life. When the battery lasts
for half its original time, it requires replacement.
Only use authorised replacement parts.
A Check that the numbers have been saved correctly,
by using the phonebook Search feature. Resave
them, if necessary.
Q You cannot be contacted.
A Is your phone switched on (
pressed for more
than three seconds)? Are you accessing the right
cellular network? Have you set an incoming call
barring option?
Q I cannot find the lock, PIN, or PUK code, or
password?
A The default lock code is ‘0000’. If you forget or lose
the lock code, contact your phone dealer. If you
forget or lose a PIN or PUK code, or if you have not
received such a code, contact your network service
provider.
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Accessories
There are a variety of accessories available for your mobile phone. You can select these according to your personal
communication requirements. Consult your local dealer for availability.
AC Adapter
(supplied in basic kit)
This adapter lets you charge
the mobile phone while at
home or in the office.
Battery
(supplied in basic kit)
Allows hands-free operation.
Includes earpiece and
microphone.
Standard battery is available.
Data Kit (supplied in
basic kit)
Cigarette Lighter Adapter
The Data Kit consists in a
USB Data Cable and a
CD-ROM, it allows you to
connect your phone to a PC.
To operate the phone and
trickle charge the phone's
battery from your vehicle.
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Stereo Headset with
Remote Control (supplied
in basic kit)
On the CD-Rom, there are programs like:
- PC-Sync: to synchronise phonebook with PC and
Outlook.
Accessories
- Phone Manager: to download wallpapers, ring tones
and video clips on the phone.
- Internet Kit: to use the phone as a modem to be
connected to a PC.
* When installing, make sure to connect to the PC after
your phone and the cable have been connected.
Otherwise, your PC may problem.
n Note
The programs listed above may vary depending on the version of
the CD and the market.
n Note
• Always use genuine LG accessories. Failure to do this may
invalidate your warranty.
• Accessories may be different in different regions; please
check with our regional service company or agent for further
enquiries.
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Index
A
Camera.............................. 16, 17, 83
J
Access Codes .............................. 18
Change password ..................... 103
Java ......................................... 39, 40
Access points .......................98, 106
Charging the Battery................... 12
K
Add new.................................. 65, 72
Alarm clock .................................. 74
D
Answer mode............................... 93
Dialled calls............................ 48, 49
Key tone ........................................ 32
Dialling font .................................. 87
L
B
Display Information......... 20, 21, 22
Language ...................................... 87
Backlight....................................... 88
Download...................................... 70
Light ............................................... 16
Battery..............................12, 16, 112
E
M
Battery Information........................9
Entering Text ................................ 25
Mailbox ......................................... 63
Barring Password ....................... 22
M e m o ......................................... 77
Battery cover ............................... 16
H
Memo Add .................................... 77
Handset....................................... 105
Memory card.....................14, 15, 16
C
Handset lock .............................. 100
Memory status..................... 85, 104
Calculator ..................................... 79
Headset......................................... 31
Message alert.............................. 66
Browser .......................................107
Message tone .............................. 66
Calendar........................................ 74
Call barring ................................. 101
Call divert...................................... 88
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I
Missed calls ................................. 48
Inbox.............................................. 61
Multimedia........................ 51, 65, 66
Index
N
S
V
Network ................................ 97, 100
Screen..................................... 20, 21
Vibrate only .................................. 31
Network selection....................... 97
Search..................................... 53, 72
Video call ................................ 17, 92
Secret memo.............................. 105
Video calls ............................ 88, 102
O
Security............................... 100, 108
Video player ................................. 44
Open flip........................................ 24
Security code....................... 19, 104
Voice call .............................. 90, 102
Own number................................. 72
Signal Strength ............................ 25
Voice mail ............................... 65, 70
SIM .................................... 10, 11, 16
Voice recorder............................. 78
P
SIM memory............................... 105
Volume .................................... 16, 81
PIN code ............................... 18, 103
SMTP............................................. 69
PIN code request ...................... 101
Speed dials................................... 72
W
PIN2 code ............................. 18, 104
Stopwatch .................................... 82
World time .................................... 81
Press any key............................... 24
Profiles .............................. 31, 32, 86
T
PUK code ...................................... 18
Templates ..................................... 65
PUK2 code .................................... 19
To do.............................................. 77
R
Received calls........................ 48, 49
U
Unit Converter.............................. 80
Roaming .............................. 102, 103
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