O2 XM™ How to use it
O2 XM™
How to use it
o2.co.uk
O2 (UK) Limited, 260 Bath Road, Slough, Berkshire SL1 4DX
Registered in England No. 1743099. Registered Office as above.
© O2 (UK) Limited 2003. Correct at time of going to press (April 2005)
O2 XM is a trademark of the O2 Group of companies.
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Quick start guide
On your marks…
The quickest way to get started
We’d be the last ones to hold you back from getting to know
your new mobile, but we did just want to say thanks for
choosing ours. Everything you need to know to start off is
explained briefly in this first chapter.
For those with more time and patience it’s well worth reading
through the more detailed parts of this guide to really get the
best out of your O2 XM. But most of you have probably already
skipped ahead.
The main thing is to enjoy discovering the sackful of features
and functions that are now available to you.
Here are some quick instructions on how to get started.
If you want more detail, please refer to the detailed sections
of the guide.
Setting up
• Insert the SIM into the slot on the back of the O2 XM
handset, connect the battery to the O2 XM and insert the
memory card into the slot on the side of the phone
• Check these items are securely in place, then open the flip
and press and hold
until the screen turns on. Then enter
a PIN if necessary*
• You’re now ready to use the O2 XM
Charging the handset
So get set and…go.
• Insert the lead from the charger to the base of the handset
into the charging socket
• Connect the charger to the correct electrical socket. The
phone will start charging
• When the phone is fully charged disconnect the charger
from the socket and then from the phone
* The default PIN code is 4321 or 5555. If you enter an incorrect PIN code three
times in succession, your SIM card will lock and you must enter the PUK code to
unlock it. Please contact O2 Customer Service in this event.
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Quick start guide
Basic navigation
• Once you’ve finished typing your text, press
Here’s how to navigate when using the O2 XM
• Type in the number of the person that you wish to send
the text to, or select their contact number from your
phonebook by selecting Options – Contacts
• Use
• Press
to move up, down, left or right
to select an item
• Press
to go Back
• Press
to delete digits entered
• Press
• Press
and your message will be sent to the recipient
How to take a picture
to go back to the standby screen
• From the idle screen press
to enter the viewfinder mode
How to make a call
• Focus the camera on the picture subject
• Type the number of the person you wish to call by using the
numbered keypad or press
to select Contacts and scroll
up and down to find the contact
• Once you’re ready, press
• Press
to dial the number. Your O2 XM will start to dial
to take a picture. The O2 XM
will automatically save the picture to Camera – Images
• Press
to select Back and return to the viewfinder screen
and take another picture
the number
• After you’ve completed your call, press
to end
How to create and send a text message
• Press
to enter the new message screen
• You can now start typing your message using the keypad.
The O2 XM uses T9, a predictive text input. Press and
hold
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to change between input modes
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Quick start guide
How to record a video
• From the idle screen press
viewfinder mode
• Press
or
How to access O2 Active
and enter the
to start recording. To stop press
• Your video will automatically be saved to the
Media Centre – Videos
• Press
to go back to the viewfinder screen and shoot
another video
• In the standby screen press and hold
O2 Active
to access
• Your O2 XM will access O2 Active and the O2 Active icons
homepage will load onto your screen
• Scroll through the menu – there’s so much you can do
• When you have finished press
to disconnect
For further information on O2 Active see page 94.
How to access the music player
• Press
to access the music player
• For information on how to download tracks or play the
music player see page 116
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Contents
Welcome
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Chapter 1 – Before using your mobile
What’s in the box
Handset description
External display
Main idle screen
Icons
Function keys
Navigation key
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Chapter 2 – Preparing your mobile for use
Plug in your SIM
The battery
Charging your battery
Important battery information
Memory card
USB cable
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Chapter 3 – Basic functions
Turning your mobile on and off
The menu
The basics
Making a call
Ending a call
Receiving calls
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O2 XM is a trademark of the O2 group of companies.
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Making an international call
Emergency calls
Voicemail 901
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Chapter 4 – Main menu
Contacts
Adding contacts to your phonebook
Finding contacts in your phonebook
Copy
Delete
Groups
Settings
Memory
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Calls
Missed, received and dialled calls
Delete
Duration
During a call
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Messaging
Text
Multimedia
Voicemail
Broadcast
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Text
– Write a text message
– Read messages
– Inbox
– Sent items
– Drafts
– Archive
– Delete
– Settings
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Multimedia
– Create a media message
– Send your media message
– Read messages
– Inbox
– Sent items
– Drafts
– Archive
– Delete
– Settings
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Camera
Camera settings
Take a picture
Managing your pictures
View your pictures
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Video
Video settings
Shoot a video clip
Managing your video clip
View your video clips
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Escape into O2 Active
Do more with O2 Active
One touch and you’re there
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Games
Basketball
Boat Wars
O2 Games Arcade
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Media Centre
Music Player
New media
Ringtones
Images
Videos
Audio recordings
Misc.
Memory
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Tools
O2
Calendar
Alarm
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Calculator
Tasks
Audio recorder
Unit converter
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Settings
Flight mode
Time and date
Display
Call settings
Language
Network
Security
Connections
Factory reset
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Chapter 5 – Don’t panic
In plain English
Trouble shooting
Vital statistics
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Chapter 6 – The important safety bit at the back
Safety information for mobiles
Mobile care
Driving safety
Electronic devices
Other safety guidelines
Cautions
About this guide
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Welcome
Welcome
You’ve chosen a mobile that offers you much more.
Of course it’ll offer top performance as a phone and give you
access to voicemail and text services that are second to none
but that isn’t why you chose the O2 XM is it?
Could it have been the integrated digital music player that
allows you to download your tracks whenever and wherever
you like?*
Was it the 1.3 megapixel integrated camera offering you video
capture and playback?
It might be the 64MB memory card
we’ve included to let you store extra
videos, pictures or music files?
Perhaps it’s the quality of the 260,000
colour main screen and 65,000 colour
external screen together with a built-in
312 MHz Intel® processor and the
ability to transfer files to and from your
PC through the supplied USB cable?
Maybe it’s because it’s a tri-band mobile
that includes a personal organiser with
T9 text input?
Is it because you can get access through O2 Active
to the best in java and 3D gaming?
Whatever the reason for your choice, you won’t
be disappointed.
* Subject to network coverage.
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O2 does not suggest in any way that the celebrities featured in this guide are
endorsing O2 products or services.
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Welcome
Intel® Mobile Media Technology supports your O2 XM
About the user guide
Intel® Mobile Media Technology supports your O2 XM and gives
you greater freedom and choices for how you stay in touch
throughout your day. Enhanced handset capabilities, such as
photo, video, and music processing run fast and smooth on
Intel® Mobile Media Technology, offering you a rich digital
experience and more choices in how you communicate and
manage your on-the-go lifestyle.
This user guide relates only
to the O2 XM.
Please note that a small
proportion of the functions
available differ between
Pay & Go and Pay Monthly
customers.
So what are the benefits…
• It brings quality, reliability and great technology to your mobile
• You’ll experience quicker loading graphics, cooler games,
faster video and richer music
• It helps you experience and share vivid and realistic audio,
video, graphics and games on your mobile
• You’ll enjoy a better music experience with the O2 Music
Service and Intel® Mobile Media Technology
• You can delight your senses with a better multimedia experience
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Chapter 1
Before using your mobile
What’s in the box
Handset description
External display
Main idle screen
Icons
Function keys
Navigation key
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Before using your mobile
What’s in the box
Thank you for purchasing your O2 XM. Take a look in the box
for the following items. Please check the product contents to
see if you have all the available items as shown.
Mobile
phone
Charger
Your O2 XM – How to use
it guide
64MB standard memory card
Battery
Hands-free
kit/Stereo
headphones
USB cable
Headset jack
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Before using your mobile
Handset description
Inside view
Closed view
Antenna
Earpiece
1.3 megapixel
camera lens
260,000 colour
main display
OK key
65,000 colour
external display
Left soft key
Dial/Answer key
O2 Active key
O2 Music
player key
Navigation keys
Right soft key
Power on/off key
Clear key
Keypad – alphanumeric
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Before using your mobile
Side views
Bottom and back views
Carrying strap holder
Play/Pause key
Volume keys
Speaker
Headphones/
headset jack
Music player key
Battery
Memory card slot
Cover
Microphone
Memory card slot
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Charger socket
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Before using your mobile
External display
When the flip is closed, the external display’s status bar will
show icons for network signal strength, battery power, alarm
(if active) and the current time. The external display can also
alert you to incoming calls, text messages and missed calls.
Battery power
Signal
Please note
• To set the time on the external display, please refer to
page 149
• In the default setting, the external display will show the
time. The external display will then temporarily power
off. You can turn it back on by pressing the volume key
on the side of your mobile
Name of operator
Current time
Current date
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Before using your mobile
Main idle screen
Battery power
Icons
Signal
Name of
operator
The icons below appear on the external display and/or the
main display.
Signal strength The number of bars shows
signal strength
Wallpaper
Battery Current battery charge level
Date and time
Message Shows that a text message has been received
or that there are unread messages
Press
to enter
the camera
Press
to enter
your contacts
Media message Shows that you’ve received a media
message or video message, or that there are unread
messages
Notification You have a message (this icon will only
appear when there are no incoming or unread text and
media messages)
Voicemail Indicates that you have voicemail messages
Alarm Appears when an alarm is set
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Before using your mobile
Function keys
Silent Appears when vibration is set as the call alert
mode. In the standby screen, press and hold
to
activate the silent profile
Power on/
off key
• Long press to turn your mobile on/off
• Press to reject an incoming call or cancel
a call being dialled
• Press to return to the standby screen
Flight Mode Shows the flight mode profile is in use (see
page 148)
Send/Answer key
• Press to dial or answer a call
• Press to access the list of the last
missed/dialled/received calls
Divert Appears when the call divert function is active
OK key
Roaming Indicates roaming has been activated
(It is not your regular network)
• Press to open up the main menu
• Press to select when browsing through
the menu
Left soft key
• To access the camera menu from the
standby screen
• Press to select when browsing through
lower menu levels from standby mode
Right soft key
• Press to access your contacts
• Press to select Back when browsing
through the menu
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Navigation key
• To browse through the menu
O2 Active key
• To access O2 Active
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Before using your mobile
Navigation key
Music player
• Press to access the Music player
Clear key
• Press to delete entered digits
Asterisk key
• To insert an asterisk
0 key
• Press and hold to select +
Voicemail
• Press and hold to access
your voicemail
# key
• To insert #
• Press and hold, when creating a
message, to access predictive text (T9)
or manual text input
Alphanumeric keys • Press to enter a digit
• Shortcut keys – press and hold to
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immediately access a function
WX
YZ
Volume key
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When in standby mode, the navigation keys
can be used to access shortcuts we have set
up for you.
Left – To create a text message
Right – To access the video function
Up – To access the main menu
Down – To view recent call list
• To adjust the call volume
• When there is an incoming call, press
and hold to cancel the call
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Chapter 2
Preparing your mobile for use
Plug in your SIM
The battery
Charging your battery
Important battery information
Memory card
USB cable
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Preparing your mobile for use
Plug in your SIM
To use your mobile, your SIM card needs to be inserted at all
times – this contains important information about your mobile
and network. The message Insert SIM appears when the SIM
card is not installed.
Please take care of your SIM card and don’t keep it near
magnetic and electronic devices as this can interfere with data
storage and network operations.
• Turn your mobile over and release the battery latch
• Lift the battery off the mobile
Battery latch
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• Slide the SIM card in under the metal grooves in the SIM
card slot, with the card’s metal contacts facing down and
the cut corner matching the slot profile
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SIM card
Please note
A SIM card can be easily damaged if its metal contacts become
scratched, so take special care when holding or inserting it.
SIM card
If you wish to remove the
SIM card push the SIM card
out of the slot.
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Please note
Don’t remove the battery when the mobile is on. This could
mean losing personal settings or data stored either on your
SIM card or in the mobile’s memory.
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Preparing your mobile for use
The battery
Charging your battery
Installing the battery
Power connection
Insert the bottom of the battery into the grooves at the bottom
of the mobile. Then push down the battery until it locks
into place.
Insert the charger into the slot and plug the charger into the
socket. Make sure you press the tabs either side of the charger
when inserting as forcing it in may damage the connection.
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Charger
socket
Removing the battery
Charger connector
Push the battery latch up with one hand and then lift the top
of the battery to separate from the mobile.
Please note
If the battery’s not in place your mobile won’t turn on.
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Before you use the battery for the first time, charge it for at
least four hours. Charging the battery fully each time will help
prolong its life – and is much better than frequent short bursts
of charging.
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Preparing your mobile for use
Important battery information
Charging status
While charging, the battery level will scroll until fully charged.
When the battery is out of power, you’ll hear an alert sound to
remind you to recharge it. Eventually, it will turn off automatically.
Maximising battery life
To make your O2 XM battery last longer, try the following tips
• Close the flip when you‘re not using your mobile
• Turn the exterior lights off
• Close the WAP (O2 Active) connection when not in use
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• Don’t remove the battery while your mobile is charging
• Don’t overcharge the Li-ion battery, as this can result in a
reduction in battery performance and life span. The
recommended maximum charge time is 2.5 hours
• Never store a battery near a fire
• Don’t attempt to take the battery apart. Only use the battery
approved by the manufacturer
• Never touch the battery terminals with a metallic object, as
this can lead to short circuiting. Take special care when
carrying a battery in your pocket
• Misuse of the battery can lead to burns from hot
temperatures and even explosion. Never drop or apply any
physical shock to the battery as it may damage it and even
cause fire
• Please keep your battery out of children’s reach and in a dry
and cool area
• Store and charge your battery at room temperature.
Extremes of temperature can prevent full charging and affect
battery life and performance
• Since a battery is a consumable product, the operating time
will gradually decrease through use
• Keep the terminals of the battery clean and dry
• When there is risk of lightning, remove the charger’s
plug from the socket to protect the mobile
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Preparing your mobile for use
Memory card
When you buy the O2 XM you’ll also be supplied with a
standard memory card. It’s a removable flash memory card
designed to add greater storage to your mobile. The memory
card supplied is 64MB meaning you‘ll be able to store loads of
pictures, videos and MP3s.
Inserting your memory card
For greater storage, flexibility and excellent security at an
incredibly small size, all you have to do is insert the card into
your O2 XM.
• Remove the memory card slot
cover from the right hand side
of your mobile
• Insert the memory card with the
metal contacts facing
downwards and push into place
• Replace the cover
The memory card, supplied with your O2 XM, has already been
formatted. If you want to use a different memory card you’ll
need to format it. To format a card in your phone, do as follows
• Install the memory card
• From the main menu select Media Centre, then scroll to
Memory and press
to select
• Select Format Card
To format a memory card in a card reader with Windows 2000/XP
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Cover
Standard SD memory card
To remove the memory card, open the cover and press the
memory card to release.
If you need more storage space, you can buy a memory card with
more space from an O2 store.
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Formatting a card
Plug your memory card into a USB card reader
Open Windows Explorer. Right-click on your memory card drive
Select Format from the menu
Select FAT
• Ensure that the Quick Format checkbox is not checked
• Press Start
• Install the memory card into your O2 XM when formatting
is completed
Please note
The O2 XM memory card is compatible with the Microsoft
Windows™ formatting and will recognise cards formatted with
the standard FAT or FAT16 systems.
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Preparing your mobile for use
USB cable
Your O2 XM comes with a USB cable in the box. This allows
you to connect your mobile to a PC and transfer selected
digital images, data files, MP3 files to your mobile and much
more. It is extra security for those files you do not want to lose.
Transferring data
• Your O2 XM mobile phone is fitted with a USB connector.
Simply connect your mobile via the supplied cable into the
USB port on your PC or laptop
• Wait until your phone is recognised – two new removable
USB drives will appear on the screen, one for the internal
memory in the phone and one for the memory card. The
phone can then be used to store PC files, music tracks or
pictures and videos
• To copy files from the memory card or the internal phone
memory to your PC, drag the file across. Reverse the
procedure when copying files from your PC to your
memory card or internal phone memory
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Please note
• The USB cable is not essential to using your mobile
• Your mobile may not recognise the USB cable if it is
connected whilst an application is running. Connect the USB
data cable during standby
• You may not be able to download certain applications such
as games, ringtones or wallpapers to your PC for
copyright reasons
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Chapter 3
Basic functions
Turning your mobile on and off
The menu
The basics
Voicemail 901
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Basic functions
Turning your mobile on and off
Turning your mobile on
Turning your mobile off
When the SIM card is installed
• Open up your mobile
• Press and hold
until the screen turns on
• When your mobile is PIN protected, Enter PIN1
is displayed on the screen*
• Enter the 4-digit PIN to unlock the mobile, then press
• Your default PIN code is 4321 or 5555**
• You’re now ready to go
When the SIM card is installed
• Press and hold
until the screen
turns off
Please note
If you enter the wrong PIN code three times, your phone will
lock and you’ll need a PUK code to unlock it. You can get this
from O2 Customer Service or visit www.o2.co.uk/PUK
Please note
• If the message LOW BATTERY WARNING POWER OFF is
displayed, the mobile will turn itself off. Time to recharge
your battery
• If you remove the battery while your phone’s switched on,
you might lose any unsaved messages and damage your
SIM’s memory
* If you’re a Pay & Go customer you won’t need to enter a PIN number.
** Please see page 164 for further information on PIN codes.
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Basic functions
The menu
• When your mobile is in standby mode, press
or
to access the main menu
• Scroll through the menu to the function you want
using
• Press
to select the menu icon highlighted
Main menu map
Select
To enter
Messaging
The name of the
main menu item
you have
scrolled to
Each icon
represents a
function within
the section
• Press
to go back or press
main screen
O2 Active
to return to the
Calls
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Basic functions
Select
To enter
Select
Contacts
Media
Centre
Camera
Tools
To enter
Pay & Go customers will see O2 as item number 1.
Games
Settings
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Basic functions
The basics
Making a call
Making an international call
• Open your mobile and ensure that the standby screen is
shown on the main display
• Enter a phone number and press
• If you make a mistake, you can delete the last
number you entered by pressing
For Pay Monthly customers
• Press and hold
until + appears on the screen
• Enter the recipient’s country code, area code and
phone number
• Press
Ending a call
For Pay & Go™ customers
Please consult your O2 Pay & Go welcome pack for details on
how to use your mobile whilst abroad.
• Press
or simply close the flip
Receiving calls
Answering a call
• To answer a call press
To reject a call
• When the flip is open, you can reject an incoming call by
closing the flip or pressing
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Emergency calls
• To call emergency services, enter 112 (the international
emergency number) or 999
• Then press
You can make an emergency call even if your mobile is locked
or can’t access the O2 network, so long as you are within
range of a network supported by your mobile.
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Voicemail 901
Before you can use Voicemail 901, you need to activate the
service*. Details can be found in your O2 welcome pack.
This service takes messages for you when you can’t take
the call.
When you receive a new message, the
the screen.
icon appears on
To listen to your Voicemail message
• Press and hold
to hear your Voicemail
• Alternatively, simply dial 901 and press
* Voicemail is already activated for Pay & Go customers
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Chapter 4
Main menu
Contacts
Calls
Messaging
Camera/Video
O2 Active
Games
Media Centre
Tools
Settings
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Contacts
Contacts
From the standby menu, press
then scroll down to
Contacts and press
to select
• Once you have completed all the fields press
select Save
Adding contacts to your phonebook
The data fields provided by the SIM card
phonebook are
Name
Number
SIM record no.
You can either use the SIM card or the phone’s memory to
store your numbers. The phonebook in your mobile’s memory
can store up to 250 contacts.
• In the standby screen enter the number you wish to store
and press
to select Save
• Choose between SIM or phone memory, and press
to select
• If you’re saving your new contact’s details to your phone’s
memory, you’ll need to select whether to save the number
as Home/Mobile/Work and press
to select. Then press
to select Next
• The screen will show the phonebook data fields for a
new contact
• Scroll through the contact data fields that you wish to edit,
then press
to enter the highlighted field
• Enter the relevant data and press
to
confirm before moving to the next field
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The data fields provided by your mobile’s phonebook are
First name
Last name
Home number
Mobile number
Work number
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Contacts
Group
Assign your new contact to a particular caller group. When
there is an incoming call or message from this contact, the
ringtone assigned to this group will sound.
Please note
To set a ringtone and message tone for each caller group go
to Contacts – Groups.
Street
Post code
City
State
Country
E-mail
Finding contacts in your phonebook
• Press
to select Contacts and display
contacts you have saved
• Press
to scroll through your list of
contacts until the one you need is highlighted
• Alternatively, press the key that corresponds to the first letter
of the name you want to locate, so for ‘K’, press
twice
and all the contacts beginning with ‘K’ will appear.
Press
to scroll to the one you want. Otherwise, you can
type in the full name
• Press
to call the first phone number saved under that
contact
If the contact has multiple phone numbers
• Press
Image
Assign a photo or image to your new contact so when they
call you, the photo/image will appear on the screen.
to show all the numbers for that contact
• Scroll to the number you want and press
Please note
The photo/image you choose for the contact will replace the
one associated with the contact’s caller group.
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Contacts
Copy
Delete
If you’re using the phonebook on your phone’s memory, you
can copy it to the SIM card’s phonebook, and vice versa.
• In the Contacts menu, scroll to Delete and
press
to select
• In the Contacts menu, scroll to Copy and
press
to select
• To delete all your contacts from your phone
memory or SIM card select Reset memory or Reset SIM
and press
to select
• Scroll to Copy to SIM or Copy from SIM
and press
to select
• Confirm by pressing
to select Yes
• To copy all your contacts select Options – Copy all
• To copy a particular contact, scroll to the contact then
select Options – Copy
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Contacts
Groups
Message attention
Caller groups can be used to identify a particular group of
contacts, such as, Private, Business, Friends, Family and
Others. You can associate a ringtone and message tone with
one group, and when a member of that group calls or texts
you, your mobile will use the group’s particular tone.
• Select Message attention to choose a sound to identify
which caller group has sent you a text message
• Scroll through the tones available and press
Play and
to select
to select Stop
• To select the message tone press
• In the Contacts menu, scroll to Groups and
select by pressing
• Scroll to one of the groups listed and
press
Rename
You can rename the caller group and create different groups
• Scroll to Rename and select by pressing
• Press
Incoming call
to delete the current profile name
• Enter a new name for the profile and press
to save
• Select Incoming call then scroll through the list of
ringtones available
• Press
press
to select Play and listen to the ringtone and
to select Stop
• To select the ringtone press
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Contacts
Settings
Please note
Shortcut dial*
• You’ll need to know your PIN2 code to access and amend
the fixed list
Rather than trying to find a contact’s number in your
phonebook, set up a shortcut dial to save time.
• Select Settings – Shortcut dial
• If the PIN2 code is entered incorrectly three consecutive
times, the PIN2 code will be locked. You’ll need the PUK2
code to unlock the PIN2 code. Contact O2 Customer
Service to obtain the PUK2 code
• Scroll to Active and press
• Scroll to one of the shortcut dial places available, then
select Options – New
• Scroll through the contacts in your phonebook and
press
Barred list*
You can lock your mobile to reject incoming calls or bar
outgoing calls – domestic or international. Call barring is a
password protected network service, and details can be
acquired from O2 Customer Service.
Please note
If you have already saved a contact to a shortcut dial position
the new contact selected will overwrite the original.
Fixed list*
Own number
This allows you to save your mobile number
for future reference. You can save up to three
individual numbers.
After this feature is activated, your mobile will only be able to
dial numbers on the fixed dial number list. If a number is not
on the list, calls cannot be made to this number.
* Available to Pay Monthly customers only.
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* Available to Pay Monthly customers only.
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Memory
• In the Contacts menu, scroll to Memory
and select by pressing
to see how
much space you have on your SIM and
phone memory
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Calls
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Calls
• Press
then scroll to Calls and press
Missed, received and dialled calls
• Scroll to Missed / Received / Dialled and press
. You
can then see all the latest missed, received or dialled calls.
Alternatively, in the standby mode, press
to view a list of
these numbers
• Press
to scroll to the phone number you want
this icon appears by missed calls
this icon appears by received calls
this icon appears by dialled calls
Please note
• If a phone number has already been stored as a contact in
your phonebook, the display will show the name when
they call
• If the number of the person calling you is not available then
no number will show on the display
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When the number for a missed, dialled, or received call is
highlighted, you can do the following
• Press
or
to see the time, date and telephone
number* of the call
• Press
• Press
or
to re-dial the number
Delete
• In the Calls menu, scroll to Delete and press
• Then scroll to Missed / Received / Dialled / Delete all and
press
for No
• When prompted press
to select Yes, or
and return to the Calls menu
to select Options and bring up a pop-up menu
Call To call the contact or the number listed
Send SMS Send a text message to the number or contact
listed. For further information on sending text messages please
refer to the Messaging section on page 60.
Save to contacts If the phone number has not been stored
in your phonebook you can create a new contact for this
number
Details Select to view the time, date and telephone number of
the call*
Delete all Delete all call records
Delete Select to delete the record of the highlighted call from
the list
Duration
View the duration of the calls you have made
and also manage your call costs.
Total calls
Shows the total time of all calls and the number of units used.
To reset the duration to zero press
to select Options then
select Clear. You will need your PIN2 code to clear.
Last call
Shows the duration of your last call.
* If the telephone number has been withheld, the number won’t be displayed.
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During a call
Adjusting the earpiece volume
• Press the volume key on the left side of your mobile to
adjust the call volume
Access the main menu
While on a call, you can still access the main menu.
• Select Options by pressing
, scroll to Menu and
press
• You can now scroll through the main menu and select what
you need
Viewing your call list
• Select Options, then scroll to Call list and press
to view
Putting a call on hold*
When the call is active
• Select Options, scroll to Hold and press
active call on hold
• Press
to end this call
to place an
When the call is on hold
• Press
to select Options, scroll to Retrieve calls?
and press
to resume the call
• Press
to end this call
When there is an active call and a call on hold
• Select Options, then scroll to Switch calls and press
.
You can now resume your call with the contact that was on
hold, while the active call is put on hold
• To disconnect the call that’s on hold select Options –
End held
• To disconnect with the active call and resume the call on
hold select Options – End active
* Only available on a Pay Monthly calling plan.
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Mute
• Press
to select Mute and turn off the microphone.
The person on the other end of the line will not be able to
hear you
• To restore the sound, press
to select Un-mute
Making a second call*
• Enter the phone number and press
to call
The active call will automatically be placed on hold. Only two
calls can be made at the same time.
Call waiting*
If you receive an incoming call whilst you are on the phone, a
tone will sound through the earpiece and the display will show
that a second call is waiting.
You can handle the waiting call and active call in the
following ways
Answer the waiting call
• Press
to select Options, then scroll to Accept and
press
. The active call will automatically be placed
on hold
• However, if there is already another call on hold, a menu will
appear on the display allowing you to select a call to end
and then answer the waiting call
Reject the waiting call
• Select Options – End
* Only available on a Pay Monthly calling plan.
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Messaging
Messaging
Much more than a phone, your O2 XM is all you need
Voicemail
to communicate.
Select to set your voicemail number that you dial to listen to
your voicemail messages.
• In the main menu, scroll to Messaging and select by
pressing
To set up your voicemail please dial 1750 and follow the
menu options. To retrieve your voicemail messages dial 901.
Then select
Broadcast
Text
For information on text messaging go to page 62.
Multimedia
Cell Broadcast (CB) has the ability to enable O2 to provide you
with information on specific services. Details are available from
O2. When you receive a CB it will display automatically in
the display.
For information on Media Messaging go to page 70.
Cell Broadcast is not available to Pay & Go customers. Charges
may apply for customers using CB. For more information
please contact O2 Customer Service.
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Text
With text messaging you can stay in touch anytime, anywhere.†
• In the Text menu screen select New by pressing
• For capital letters press *.
means that the next word you
type will lead with an uppercase letter.
means that the
word will all be in capitals
• Press and hold * to bring up options to insert characters
such as ?, !, & and @. Using the navigation key scroll to
the character you would like to insert and press the
numerical key that relates to the character you require
Please note
To enter the text editor screen directly from the standby display
screen, press
To send your text message
• After you have finished writing your message select
Options, then scroll to Send and press
• Enter your text message using the
alphanumeric keys. Your message can be up to
a maximum of 456 characters. One standard
text consists of 160 characters
You now have three options to send your message
• In the main menu, scroll to Messaging and select by
pressing
, then Text by pressing
Write a text message
Please note
• Press 1 to enter a space between words
• Press and hold # to switch between input modes e.g. abc,
T9, 123 etc.
• The O2 XM uses T9, which is a predictive text input method.
T9 predictive text allows you to type text quickly
1 Enter the recipient’s mobile number and press
.
2 To send your text message to a contact in your phonebook,
select Options – Contacts. Then scroll through your
contacts and press
to select the desired contact.
If your contact has more than one number, scroll to the one
you require and press
to confirm selection, then press
to send.
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3 To send your message to several contacts in one go, select
Options – Group send.
Then to add a contact to the list select Options – Add.
You can then enter a number directly or press Options –
Contacts and choose from the list of numbers in your
phonebook.
Then scroll through your contacts and press
to select
the desired contact.
If your contact has more than one number, scroll to the
one you require and press
to confirm selection.
To add another contact repeat the process.
Once you have added all the contacts your require
press
to send.
Please note
If you decide to not send your message but send it later select
Options – Save. Your message will be saved to the drafts
folder. For further information see page 68.
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Read messages
When you receive a new message a pop-up screen will appear
on the display with a tone or vibration if selected.
Please note
If the sender is a contact saved in your phonebook their name
will also appear in the message alert rather than the number –
so you know who sent you the message before you open it.
• Press
to select Read
Please note
If you’d rather save the text message and read it later, select
Later by pressing
. The message will be stored in your
inbox and the
icon will appear on the standby screen.
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Then you can
• Press
to select Options and then select from
Reply To reply to the text message
Call To call the sender
Forward To forward the message
Save to contacts Enables you to save the sender’s mobile
number. Select Save to contacts, then select either SIM or
Phone. If you’re saving the details to your phone’s memory,
you’ll need to select whether to save the number as Home
number / Mobile number / Work number and then press
. Then press
to select Next and enter details as if
creating a new contact. For further information please refer to
page 42
Move to archive Select to save the details to your archive
folder
Copy to SIM/Phone Copy the details of the message to your
SIM card or phone’s memory
Delete To delete the text message
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Inbox
• In the Messaging menu, select Text, then scroll to Inbox
and press
• You are now in the inbox.
indicates a read message,
while
indicates an unread message
• Select the desired message and press
to read
• To return to the main menu press
four times or press
to go back to the standby screen
Sent Items
In Sent Items you can view all the text messages that you’ve
previously sent.
• In the Messaging menu, select Text, then scroll to Sent
Items and select by pressing
• Scroll to the desired message and press
to read
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Drafts
Archive
This option allows you to keep message drafts that you have
saved.
Stores all the messages you have saved to archive.
Delete
• In the Messaging menu, select Text, then scroll to Drafts
and select by pressing
• Scroll to the desired message record
• To view the message press
or select Options – View
• You can then select Options and choose from the following
Edit Edit the content of the text message before sending it.
For further information on sending a text message please refer
to page 62
Copy to SIM Save the text message to your SIM card memory
Delete Delete the text message from the drafts folder
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You can delete messages saved in your Inbox, Sent Items,
Drafts, Archive or All.
Settings
Your O2 XM is already set up to send and receive text
messages. If you are unable to send text messages, contact
O2 Customer Service.
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Multimedia
Colour Media Messaging means you can do more than tell
people what’s going on – you can show them exactly what’s
happening with video clips, pictures, sound and text. Take a
photo or film a video clip and send it as a media message to
people showing them exactly where you are or, if you are in
need of inspiration, you can grab a full colour picture or image
from the O2 Gallery – such as celebrity shots and greeting cards
(see O2 Active on page 94) and send it with your own message
to people.
• In the main menu, scroll to Messaging
and press
, then select Multimedia
With an attachment
• While writing your message, select Options
by pressing
• Select Insert to enter the following
Image
You can insert images you have stored on your mobile such as
photos you have taken with your mobile’s digital camera, or
images you have received from others or downloaded from
O2 Active.
• Scroll to Image and press
to select
• Press
to scroll through the images available
• To insert the image into your media message press
Create a media message
• In the Multimedia menu select New
With text
• Enter your message using the
alphanumeric keys
Please note
Sending a VGA image via a media message may take some
time to upload. Please be patient. Unfortunately, megapixel
images can’t be sent by media message. The alternative way to
send a large picture is to transfer it to your PC via the USB
cable or memory card supplied.
For further information on entering text please
refer to page 62.
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Audio
Add music to your media message – the recipient will hear it
while viewing the rest of your message.
• Scroll to Audio and press
to select
• Press
to scroll through the audio clips available and
press
to insert into your media message
Please note
• For details on how to play the video, please refer to
page 131
• Media messages only allow small video clips to be attached.
If your video clip is too large you won’t be able to send as a
media message
Videos
You can insert video clips of your favourite artist, or video clips
you have taken yourself or even downloaded from O2 Active.
• Scroll to Videos and press
to select
• Press
to scroll through the video clips available
• To insert into your media message press
Page
Enables you to insert a new page into your media message
either before or after your message’s current content.
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Enter a subject
• Press
to select Options
• Scroll to Subject and press
• Enter the subject for your media message and press
to confirm
Set duration
Allows you to set the length of time that each page is
displayed on the screen when playing your media message.
• Press
to select Options, then select Set duration
• Scroll through the times available and press
to select
Priority
• Press
to select Options
• Scroll to Priority and press
to select
• Choose between Low, Normal or High and
press
to confirm
Receipts
You can request notification when the recipient receives your
message or when they read it.
• Press
to select Options, then scroll to Receipts and
press
• Scroll to Read receipt or Delivery receipt and press
Delete object
Changed your mind? You don’t need to start your media
message again. Select Options then scroll to Delete object
and press
and choose whether to delete a page, an image,
text, audio etc.
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Preview
• To view you media message before you send it, select
Options and scroll to Preview and select by pressing
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Send your media message
• Select Options, scroll to Send and press
Select the recipient(s)
Now choose who to send your media message to.
To enter a number/email address directly
• Type in the recipient’s phone number or
email address
Please note
• If there are multiple numbers, press and hold
to open
up the symbols. Then press
to select and insert ;
between the email addresses or phone numbers
• To insert @ press and hold
then press
to select and
insert
• To switch between input modes press and hold
To select a number from your phonebook
• Select Options, then scroll to Contacts and select
• Then scroll through your contacts and press
to select the
desired contact
• If your contact has more than one number, scroll to the one
you require and press
to confirm
To send to several contacts
• Select Options – Group send, then to add a contact to the
list select Options – Add
• You can then enter a number directly or press Options –
Contacts and choose from the list of numbers in your
phonebook
• Then scroll through your contacts and press
to select the
desired contact. If your contact has more than one number,
scroll to the one you require and press
to confirm
• To add another contact repeat the process
To send your media message
• After you have finished editing your media message
press
, then select Options – Send
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Read messages
When you receive a new message a pop-up
screen with New MMS received will appear on
the display with a tone or vibration if selected.
Info Select to view the details of the message such as who
sent it, when they sent it and the subject
Play Select to play the media message again
Inbox
• To read the new media message press
to select Yes
Please note
If you’d rather save the media message and read it later, select
No by pressing
. The message will be stored in your inbox
and the
icon will appear on the standby screen.
Then you can
• Press
to select Options and then select from
• In the Messaging menu, select Multimedia, then scroll to
Inbox and select by pressing
• Select the desired message and press
to read
• To return to the standby screen press
Sent Items
In Sent Items you can view all the media messages that you
have previously sent.
• In the Messaging menu, select Multimedia, then scroll to
Reply To reply to the media message
Forward To forward the media message to someone else
View Select to view the media message
Delete To delete the media message
Save media Select to save the image/audio/video from the
media message
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Sent Items and select by pressing
• Scroll to the desired message record
• Press
to read the message
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Drafts
This option allows you to keep message drafts that you
have saved.
• In the Messaging menu, select Multimedia, then scroll to
Drafts and select by pressing
• Scroll to the desired message record
• To view the message press
or select Options – View
Archive
Stores all the messages you have saved to archive.
Delete
You can delete messages saved in your Inbox, Sent items,
Drafts, Archive or All.
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Your O2 XM is already set up to send and receive media
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please contact O2 Customer Service.
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Camera
Camera
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Your O2 XM has a superb integrated camera, giving you
quality pictures. The O2 XM allows you to take a picture and
then set it as a wallpaper for the main display’s standby
screen, or send to others in a media message.
• In the standby screen, press
to select Camera and enter
directly into the camera preview mode
Alternatively, in the main menu, scroll to Camera and press
to select, then select Camera again.
• You can now view your subject through
the viewfinder
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Camera settings
Before you take your picture you can adjust the camera
settings. The toolbar along the bottom of the screen offers
the following options
• Press
• Press
to scroll through the settings available
to adjust the settings
Zoom
• Scroll to
using
• Press
to zoom in and out
Please note
The zoom function can only be used when the resolution is set
to wallpaper. See below.
Resolution
• Scroll to
• Then press
using
to select the photo quality and choose from
Media Sets the image size so that you can send your photo
to someone else in a media message
Compression
• Scroll to
using
• Then press
to select how you much you want to
compress the file in order to save memory space. Select from
Low, Mid and High
White balance
• Scroll to
using
• Press
to adjust the lighting conditions and choose
between indoor and outdoor conditions
Please note
When indoors, switch the camera to night mode, maintain
your focus on the subject until improved colour clarity and
sharpness is shown through the viewfinder – then take
your photo.
Wallpaper Sets the image size so you can use as a wallpaper
1.3 megapixels This is the largest resolution available
VGA Good resolution, able to send to someone in a
media message
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Brightness
• Scroll to
using
• Press
to increase/decrease the brightness level
Take a picture
Shutter time
Take a picture of yourself or a group shot with you in it,
it’s easy.
Your photo will then show up on the main
display with the message Photo saved.
• Scroll to
, then by pressing
you can select whether
to turn the shutter time on or off
• Select On and then press
, the timer will count down
from 10 to 0 and the camera will take the shot automatically
Frames
Add frames to your photos – see yourself on TV or feature on
the cover of Rhyme magazine.
• Scroll to
, then press
options available
• When your object is in focus, press
photograph the object
to
• Your photo will save automatically to Camera – Images and
Media Centre – Images
Please note
• When taking photos, do not block or touch the
camera lens
• Always photograph your object with the light behind you
• Keep your mobile still when taking photos
• Please be sure that the lens is clean before taking photos.
Use a soft cloth to wipe the lens if not
to scroll through the
Please note
The frame option can only be used when the resolution is set
to wallpaper. See page 82 for further information.
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Managing your pictures
• After taking your picture, press
choose from the following
to select Options and
Send Enables you to send this photo to
someone as a media message. You can also
send a media message by entering
Messaging – Multimedia. For further
information on Media Messaging please refer
to page 70
Images Select to access the image library where your photos
are stored
Wallpaper set Set the image you have taken as your
wallpaper replacing any image currently on the standby screen.
For further information on your mobile’s wallpaper please refer
to page 151
Delete Select to delete the photo you have just captured
Rename Select to give your photo a new file name
Please note
Media messages only allow small pictures to be attached.
Unfortunately megapixel images can not be sent by media
message. The alternative way to send a large picture is
to transfer it to your PC via the USB cable or memory
card supplied.
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View your pictures
Pictures that you have taken will be saved to Camera –
Images. Alternatively, you can view them in Media Centre –
Images. For further information please see page 130.
List/Thumbnails Choose to display your images by name or
as thumbnails
Delete Select to delete the image highlighted
Delete all Select to delete all the images saved in Images
Rename Select to rename the image highlighted
• In the standby screen press
to access the main menu,
then scroll to Camera and press
• Scroll to Images and press
• Scroll through the images you have taken
• Then press
to select Options and choose from
the following
Send Select to send your image to someone as a media
message. For further information on Media Messaging please
refer to page 70
Wallpaper set Select to set the image highlighted as your
wallpaper replacing any image on the standby screen. For
further information on your mobile’s wallpaper please refer to
page 151
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Video
Your O2 XM has an in-built video camcorder to shoot video
clips. You can even send selected video clips to a friend in a
media message.
• In the standby screen press
preview mode
White balance
• Scroll to
using
• Press
to adjust the lighting conditions and compensate
for outdoor light
and enter direct into the
Alternatively, in the main menu, scroll to Camera and press
, then select Video
• You can now view your subject through the viewfinder
Video settings
In the viewfinder screen you are able to amend the
following settings
Shutter time
Shoot a video of yourself or a group shot with you in it,
it’s easy.
• Scroll to
, then by pressing
you can select whether
to turn the shutter time on or off
• Select On and then press
, the timer will count down
from 10 to 0 and the video will start to record automatically
Flip the image
• Press
• Press
to scroll through the settings available
to adjust the setting levels
Brightness
• Scroll to
using
• Press
to increase/decrease the brightness level
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You can shoot a video so it appears upside down or for effect
switch between the two.
• Scroll to
using
• Press
and
to flip the image back and forth
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Shoot a video clip
Managing your video clip
• When you’re ready to shoot your video clip press
to
select Record or press
. The length of the video will be
shown in the top right of the screen. You can record up to
9 seconds
to
• To stop recording press
to select Stop or press
pause the recording
• Press
Please note
• If you receive a call at the same time as you’re recording a
video clip, your mobile will stop recording and save the clip
• If you press
during a recording, your mobile will
stop and save the video clip before returning to the
standby screen
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to select Options and choose from the following
Play Select to playback the video clip
Send Enables you to send your video clip to someone else in a
media message. You can also send a media message by
entering Messaging – Multimedia. For further information
on Media Messaging please refer to page 70
Save Select to rename the video clip you have just recorded
and then press
to save
View your video clips
Video clips that you have previously shot will be saved
to Media Centre – Videos. For further information on
viewing your videos and the Media Centre please refer
to page 131.
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O2 Active
Escape into O2 Active
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watch travel find chat shop play listen
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O2 Active
Do more with O2 Active
• Bring your mobile to life with full colour pictures and video
• Get the latest scrolling news, sports updates and
celebrity gossip
• Play the latest interactive, 3D and multi-player games
in full-colour
• Download the latest ringtones, TrueTones and wallpapers.
• See who’s topping the charts or making the news
in the music world
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• Book your next weekend escape with lastminute.com
or eBookers
• Check out the latest films and buy Odeon and Vue
cinema tickets
• Plan your night out with Ents 24, ticketmaster or TimeOut’s
restaurant and bar guide
• Find essential info like train times, taxi numbers,
maps or even the National Lottery results
• Enter competitions and win fantastic prizes every week
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O2 Active
One touch and you’re there
Accessing O2 Active* is simple as your O2 XM is already set up.
• From the standby screen press
to access
O2 Active
Your O2 XM will access O2 Active and the O2 Active icons
homepage will load onto your screen.
• Alternatively, to access O2 Active select O2
from the main menu. You will then be taken
to the WAP service screen
• Then select O2
To close the browser
• Whilst online press and hold
What’s New
Head here for all the latest additions to O2 Active, including
new games, videos, music and exclusive weekly competitions.
* Terms and conditions apply to O2 Active. GPRS charges apply. Please visit
www.o2.co.uk for details. O2 Active is a trademark of O2 Group of companies.
Services are handset and network dependent.
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Video messaging
Take video clips with your camera phone and
add words and sound. For a few ideas, check out
the O2 Active Gallery.
Kodak Online
Create your own online album to back up your photos for
safekeeping and share with friends. Plus, you can order prints
from your phone with Kodak Online.
Photocards
Do more than just take a picture. With O2’s new Photocards
service, simply take a photo with your camera phone and
send it as a picture message to 61234. We’ll then transform
your photo and message into a postcard and deliver it to any
postal address in the UK for just £1.50, plus the cost of a
picture message.
Email
Send and receive email straight from your
mobile. If you don’t have an email account,
you can easily set one up direct from your
mobile with O2 or BT Yahoo.
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Downloads
Games Arcade
Ringtones
Get your favourite tune as a polyphonic
ringtone or try our new O2 TrueTones that are
real music clips. You can select from the top
ringtones or simply search by artist or song.
Ringtones cost from £1.50.*
The place for all the best colour games on your mobile.
Choose from retro classics to the latest in blockbuster
console games.
Picture Zone
Personalise your phone with a massive choice
including pictures from FHM, Maxim, Artists
& Bands and the hottest Celebs & Babes.
Gallery downloads range from free of
charge to £2.50.*
Videos
You can download video clips directly to your
mobile. Choose from regularly updated news,
weather, sports highlights, comedy, fashion,
music interviews and videos. Video downloads
range from free of charge to £1.25.*
On your O2 XM, you can now play 3D, interactive and
multiplayer games. You can also compete against gamers on
other UK networks or challenge your mates in one of O2’s
downloadable multi-player games. Games cost between £1.50
and £5, and once you’ve downloaded one to your mobile, it’s
yours to play whenever you like.
You’ll always find great offers and competitions to try out. For
all the latest news, go to the Games Arcade or o2.co.uk/games
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* Standard WAP browsing charges apply. Terms and
conditions apply. See o2.co.uk/terms
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Sport
Live Headlines & News
Keep in touch with the latest results as and when they
happen plus catch all the day’s sports news and reviews with
full-colour pictures.
Text and Media Alerts
Get the O2 Essential Sports news service as well as text and
media alerts from 15p. You can choose from every team in the
Barclays and Zurich Premierships plus the Championship and
lower league teams. Tennis and cricket alerts are also available.
Video Highlights
Download premier football and rugby action onto your mobile.
O2’s new sports videos also include the Carling Cup Round-up,
the X-Games and the Extreme sports service.
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Wallpapers & Games
Download loads of sporting memorabilia and games to your
mobile including exclusive downloads for Zurich Premiership
teams, football legends, football and rugby club crests,
extreme sports, Formula 1, sport personalities and funnies
from Football365.
Chat
Meet new people with Blogging. Imagine a world where
everyone has their own newspaper... welcome to the world of
blogs. We’ve teamed up with the folk at 20six.co.uk to bring
their blogs to O2 Active so you can chat in a virtual
environment. You can do so safely and anonymously as all O2’s
public forums are monitored 24 hours a day.
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O2 Active
O2 Extras
Free & Exclusive club for O2 customers with loads of new
offers, competitions and prizes every month, including
• Free polyphonic ringtone* when you join
• Free game* every month
• Calendar-related, topical content
• Top 50 ringtones for just £1.50* each.
News
Breaking News
Direct from the BBC, get coverage of world events,
business, entertainment, weather and sport – as it
happens. You can even download video clips.
Weather
Be prepared for whatever happens with local
and international weather forecasts.
* Standard WAP browsing charges apply. Terms and
conditions apply. See o2.co.uk/terms
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Videos
Download video news clips direct to your mobile – from top
headlines to world, business and entertainment news. You can
also download national and local weather forecasts. Video
downloads range from free of charge to £1.25.*
Music
Music tracks & tones
Download and listen to over 150,000 full-length music tracks.
You can also download your favourite tune as a polyphonic
ringtone or a TrueTone that sounds like the real track.
Artists & Bands
Find out all you need to know about your favourite artists and
check out their latest albums, lyrics and biographies. You can
also add their pictures to your mobile.
* Standard WAP browsing charges apply. Terms and conditions apply.
See o2.co.uk/terms
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Videos
Watch music videos and interviews with the
hottest stars.
News & Gossip
Get the stories and pictures behind the
songs and find out which artists are making
the news.
Charts
Look up the latest weekly singles and
album charts or get them texted to you
every week.
Gigs & Events
If it’s live and it’s happening near you, you’ll
know about it. You can even get Ministry of
Sound club listings on your mobile.
Shazam
If you hear a track and want to know the
name of it, Shazam can text it to you.
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Entertainment
Films
Buy Odeon and Vue tickets and get the latest film reviews,
releases and wallpapers.
Bollywood
Get the best of Bollywood direct to your mobile, including the
top 10 charts, interviews, intrigue and glamour.
Guides
Make the most of your night in or out – from
music gigs to comedy clubs and from theatre
to TV listings. With the TimeOut guide, you’ll
find the best bars, restaurants and clubs to
match your taste.
Videos
Get video clips from the fashion, comedy,
music and film worlds.
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Gossip
You’ll hear it here first. And if you can’t get enough celebrity
scandal, sign up for daily alerts with every juicy detail.
Magazines
Get your favourite mag on O2 Active, from
NME and Glamour to men’s mag’s FHM
and Maxim.
Horoscopes
Discover what the stars have to say about your career, finances
and love life from Russell Grant and TimeOut.
The Lab
Find new picture quizzes, polls and other weird and wonderful
things here every week.
Cartoons
Download the latest Garfield or Dilbert cartoon, then send
it on.
Info & Travel
Train Times
Check train times and get updates
wherever* you are.
TimeOut City Guides
Access information on the top ten European
cities, including the best places to stay, eat,
drink and party.
Maps & Routes
Find your way around by car, bike or foot
with full-colour route and walking maps.
eBookers
Buy bargain flights from your mobile.
lastminute.com
Make holiday plans, gift purchases, dinner
reservations and more using your mobile with
lastminute.com and O2 Active.
* Within O2 network coverage.
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Shopping
Shop till you drop, (minus the queues) on O2 Active with
CD WOW!, Dixons, Argos, WH Smith, John Lewis and GAME.
It’s just as safe as buying stuff on the Internet.
Thomson Local Directory
Quickly find the phone numbers you need while you’re
on the move – from cabs and fast food to restaurants
and shops.
National Lottery
Look up the winning numbers wherever you are.*
My WAP
Impress your friends with your own WAP site. It’s so easy
to set up from your mobile. Organising a night out? Update
your WAP site with all the info for your friends to access.
* Subject to network coverage.
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Games
Games
You can experience the latest full-colour, console-style games
in full effect on your O2 XM. Get ready for a gripping gaming
experience that takes your breath away.
• In the main menu, scroll to Games and
select by pressing
Your O2 XM mobile phone has two pre-loaded
games. Read about them below and get playing!
Basketball
A fast-paced two-on-two 3D game, where the
camera closely follows the dazzling passes and
in-your-face dunks of pro-basketball. Be the
coach of your own megastar team and control
all the finesses of all-star playing as you
complete single games or play a season against
increasingly challenging teams.
Boat Wars
An exciting and action-packed speedboat
racing game where you cruise through the
metropolis waterways, shoot-up opponents,
pick up new gadgets and weaponry and try
your best to avoid obstacles and enemy
fire as you race to cross the finish line as
number one.
• To play Boat Wars select Games from the
main menu
• Scroll to Boat Wars and press
• In the main menu select Game and follow
the on-screen instructions
• To play Basketball select Games from the
main menu
• Scroll to Basketball and press
• In the main menu select New game and
follow the on-screen instructions
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O2 Games Arcade
If you want to play other fast and furious games, check out the
O2 Games Arcade. The O2 Games Arcade brings you full colour,
quality games from classic puzzles to championship footy.
Choose from a variety of categories including action, sport,
puzzle and strategy, racing, arcade and retro, and a lot more.
Games are easy to download and you can preview them
beforehand. You will only be able to view games that are
available on your mobile.
• Scroll to O2 Games Arcade* and press
• Just choose the game you want to play and select to get a
full description
• If you want to buy the game select Buy
• On the following screen select Download. It may take a
minute for the game to download – please don’t cancel
before it has finished downloading
• The game will now be stored on your mobile
To play a game you have downloaded
• Select Games from the main menu
How to download games
• Once in the O2 Games Arcade you can choose from the top
games, new releases, bestsellers or just click on all games to
see our full catalogue. These games are all available on the
O2 Games Arcade. Some games may not be available for
all devices
• Select the game that you have downloaded and press
• You’re now ready to play!
• Select the category you want and a list of all the available
games will appear on screen
* Standard WAP charges plus download charges may apply. See www.o2.co.uk or
check your calling plan for more details. Terms and conditions apply.
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Media Centre
Media Centre
The Media Centre stores all the images, animations, photos,
video clips, MP3 files, ringtones and wallpapers you have
taken, downloaded or received.
• In the main menu, scroll to Media Centre
and select by pressing
• Then select from
Music Player
Your mobile has an in-built digital music player so you can
listen to music wherever you are*. Play MP3 music files that
you’ve copied from your PC.
Please note
• The music player will play music files that are in the
following format
MP3 with the .mp3 file extension
AAC with the .aac file extension
AAC+ with the .apl file extension
AAC+ with DRM with the .sdc file extension as provided by
O2 Music
• To play MP3s using your mobile’s music player, the memory
card, where all the MP3 audio files are stored, must be
inserted into your mobile
Downloading/transferring music
You can upload and download music to and from your O2 XM.
There are a number of ways to do this.
• Download from O2 Music
• Using the memory card from your phone to your PC or
laptop card reader – if you have one
• Using the supplied USB cable
• Using Windows Media Player 10
* Subject to network coverage.
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From O2 Music
• Press
to start the music player or alternatively from the
standby screen press
to enter the main menu and then
select Media Centre – Music Player
• With no tracks available in your playlist press
to
select Download
• Scroll through the list of categories and
choose from New Arrivals, What’s hot,
search through the Charts, by Artist or by
music Genre and press
to select.
Alternatively, you can select Search
Catalogue and find the track you want by keywords
• Scroll through the tracks available and press
to select
the one you want to download
• Highlight the Buy now icon and press
• Tracks cost from £1 to £1.50. If you want to proceed
confirm acceptance by pressing
to select Yes
• The track will start downloading. You’ll see the percentage
of the track downloaded on the screen
• Your mobile will confirm that you have successfully
downloaded your chosen track
• To play the new track, scroll to Play and press
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Please note
If a download fails you have 72 hours to go to Paid tracks to
attempt to download your chosen track again.
Using the memory card
• Insert the memory card into the card reader or port on your
laptop or PC
• You’ll see a new drive appear
• You can now drag and drop MP3 files between the
PC/laptop and the memory card. Make sure you drag and
drop the files to the memory card
• Once you’ve copied the MP3 files to the memory card,
remove the card from your laptop or PC and insert into
your O2 XM
• You’re now ready to play your MP3s! See page 125 for details
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With the supplied USB cable
• Ensure your memory card is inserted into the your O2 XM
• First plug the cable into the USB port of your PC aligning
the USB connectors. Then plug the other end of the cable
into the bottom of your O2 XM handset
• You’ll see a new drive appear
• You can now drag and drop MP3 files between your
PC/laptop and the memory card. Make sure you drag and
drop files to the memory card
• Once transferred, remove the USB cable – you’re now ready
to listen to the new tracks on your mobile
Please note
• The USB cable is not essential to using your mobile and is a
choice of personal preference
• Your mobile may not recognise the USB cable if it is
connected whilst an application is running. Connect the USB
data cable during standby
• If no folders exist on your memory card you’ll need to create
them. Using your mouse right click on your memory card
and select New to create a new folder. Then rename the
folder Music
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Media Centre
Using Windows Media Player 10
The O2 XM will connect to your PC running Windows Media
player 10 using the supplied USB cable.
Please note
If you are running Windows XP and you not sure which version
of Windows Media Player you have, run Windows Media
Player then click Help, then About Windows Media Player.
If you don’t have version 10 then download it free from
http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsmedia/
player/download/download.aspx
To copy music to your phone
• Run Windows Media Player
• Select Sync from the Windows Media Player main screen
• Switch on your O2 XM and connect it to your PC using the
supplied USB cable
• The O2 XM will appear to the PC as two USB disc drives –
the first accesses the phone memory, the second the
memory card – this is the one that is used for music and will
be usually labelled F: (If you have other disc drives installed
the letters may vary)
• Select the memory card using the drop down selection on
the right of the screen
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• Then check how much ‘free’ memory you have to store
music. MP3 files may vary in size between 2 to 8MB. If you
don’t have enough space for your music you can either
delete some tracks or buy a larger memory card
• Only music placed in the Music folder will be played by the
O2 XM. Click on this folder so that it is highlighted. The first
time the O2 XM is synchronised this setting will be
remembered and stored on the phone. Subsequent use will
automatically put the music in the correct folder. If the music
is placed in the wrong folder, disconnect the phone and
then format the data card by selecting Media Centre –
Memory – Format card on your phone. All data on the
card will be lost. Then reconnect the phone and continue
as before
• Now you are ready to produce a play list. Select Edit Play
list and add MP3s as required. For help with this check the
Windows Media Player help files. When you are ready, select
Start Sync and your music will be copied to your phone
• When complete disconnect the phone and your music will
be available in the Music Player application
• Tracks may be deleted from the phone at any time by
highlighting them with the mouse and pressing the delete
key on your keyboard
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Media Centre
• If you change your play list then select Start Sync, tracks
removed from your play list will be removed from the
O2 XM, and tracks added to the play list will be copied to
the O2 XM. Windows Media player will allow you to select
tracks to add to a play list or produce a play list
automatically for you using criteria such as rating, age of
track, popularity etc. Please refer to the Windows media
player documentation for further information
• The next step it to select a play list that you want copied to
the O2 XM
Please note
Do not use this feature illegally. Music can be protected by
copyright. It is illegal to copy such tracks for the purpose of
selling or distribution. O2 do not in anyway support the
unauthorised use of content on the O2 XM Music Player.
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Now get ready to listen
Listen to music even when the phone is closed
Play/Pause
Headphone connector
Volume up/down or
previous/next track
Start music player
• Press and hold
to start the music player
• The music will initiate and the artist and title will be displayed
on the external display
• Press
to control the volume
• Press
to pause the music
• When the music is paused use
to skip through the
tracks available
• Press
to resume playing
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Media Centre
Starting the music player when the phone is opened
• Press
to start the music player or alternatively from the
standby screen press
to enter the main menu and then
select Media Centre – Music Player
• Scroll through the tracks available in your playlist by pressing
or
and press
to play
• When the music player screen appears, follow the
instructions below
The file name of the
track being played
Press
to
increase the
volume during
playback
Play Select to play the highlighted MP3 file
Pause To pause the current track that you are listening to
Download Tracks Select to download further tracks from
O2 Music
Playlist Select to view the tracks saved to your O2 XM
Random Your mobile will play the tracks saved to your
O2 XM randomly
Repeat Select to repeat the highlighted track
Delete Select to delete the highlighted track
Exit To exit the music player
Press
to
select the
previous track
Press
to
select the
next track
Elapsed time
during playback
Press
to start playing
the track/pause during
playback/resume playback
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Managing your MP3 files
• In the playlist screen or whilst you’re
listening to a track select Options by
pressing
and choose from
the following
Press
to
decrease the
volume during
playback
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Media Centre
New media
Ringtones
Download the latest ringtones, wallpapers and videos from
O2 Active and save them to your mobile.
With your O2 XM you can choose a ringtone from the
pre-defined list or one you have already downloaded from
O2 Active.
to select
• Scroll to New media and press
• Scroll to O2 Ringtones/Download
wallpapers/Video downloads and
press
to select
• Your mobile will access O2 Active where you
can scroll through the lists of ringtones, wallpapers and
video downloads that are available
For further information on O2 Active please refer to page 94.
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to select
• Scroll to Ringtones and press
• Scroll through the list of ringtones available and press
to select Options, then scroll to Play and press
to
listen to the tune
• If you can’t find the ringtone you require
press
to select Options, then scroll to
Sort and press
to decide how your mobile
is to list all the ringtones. Then choose from
Name, Type, Phone or Card and press
• Once you’ve decided scroll to the ringtone you would like
to select, then press
to select Options. Then scroll to
Ringtone set and press
to select
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Media Centre
Images
The image library contains all the images,
animations and photos that you have taken
or saved.
to select
• Scroll to Images and press
• Scroll through the list of saved images and press
to view
• To return to the image list press
to select Back
You can then select Options by pressing
from the following
and choose
View Select to view the highlighted image
Send Select to send your image to someone in a media
message. For further information on sending media messages
please see page 70
Wallpaper set Select to save the highlighted image as your
wallpaper
Move to card Save the image or photo to your memory card
rather than on your phone’s memory
Copy to card Copy the highlighted image or photo to your
memory card
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Rename Select to rename the image or photo
Sort Organise how your images are displayed on your
phone. Choose from Name, Type, Phone or Card and
press
to select
Delete all Select to delete all the images and photos you
have saved
Delete Select to delete the image you have highlighted
Videos
The video library contains all the videos you have shot,
downloaded from O2 Active or received in a media message
from someone else.
• Scroll to Videos and press
to select
• Scroll through the list of saved videos and press
to view
the one that’s highlighted
• To stop the video press
and return to the list of
videos available
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Media Centre
You can then select Options by pressing
and choose from the following
Play Select to play the highlighted video
Send Select to send your video to someone in a
media message. For further information on sending media
messages please see page 70
Move to card Save the video to your memory card rather than
on your phone’s memory
Copy to card Copy the highlighted video to your memory card
Rename Select to rename the video file
Sort Organise how your videos are displayed on your phone.
Choose from Name, Type, Phone or Card and press
to select
Delete all Select to delete all the videos you’ve saved
Delete Select to delete the video highlighted
Please note
You are only able to send videos or move them to your
memory card if you have taken them yourself. Videos that
are downloaded are protected and these options will not
be available.
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Audio recordings
Audio recordings stores all the sound recordings you have
recorded with the audio recorder. For information on recording
please refer to Tools – Audio recorder or see page 146.
to select
• Scroll to Audio recordings and press
• Scroll through the list of saved recordings and press
to listen
• To stop the recording press
to select Stop and return to
the audio recordings list screen
You can then select Options by pressing
and choose from the following
Play Select to play the highlighted file
Send Select to send the audio file to someone
in a media message. For further information on sending media
messages please see page 70
Move to card Save the recording to your memory card rather
than on your phone’s memory
Copy to card Copy the highlighted recording to your
memory card
Rename Select to rename the audio file
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Media Centre
Sort Organise how your audio files are displayed on your
phone. Choose from Name, Type, Phone or Card and press
to select
Delete all Select to delete all the audio files you’ve recorded
Delete Select to delete the highlighted audio file
Memory
Check how much space you have available on your mobile and
delete files if necessary.
• Scroll to Memory and press
one of the following
to select and then select
Misc.
You are able to use your O2 XM like a memory stick to store all
forms of data content. This area will show you what content is
held on your device, though you will not be able to initiate it.
Content can be stored on your O2 XM via your memory card or
the USB cable.
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Format Card Select to format the memory card.
For further information on formatting your card
see page 25
Memory Status Find out how much memory is
still available on your phone’s internal memory
and your memory card
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Tools
Tools
Other clever things your phone can do for you.
• In the main menu scroll to Tools and press
Events
• To view any appointments or reminders you have set on
today’s date select Events
• Scroll to the desired entry
O2
• Select O2 if you are on Pay & Go to access a list of useful
numbers and services
Then you can
• Press
to select Options and then select
Please note
O2 is only available to Pay & Go customers. If you are on a Pay
Monthly calling plan your first menu option within Tools is
Calendar (please see below).
New To create a new entry on that date. For
further information on setting up a new event
please refer to New on page 138
Month view Shows the month with the
chosen date highlighted
Delete Deletes the entry
View View the details of the entry
Calendar
You can use the calendar to set up forthcoming events such as
a meeting, an appointment, or a friend’s birthday. The calendar
will also remind you about events you have previously
scheduled.
• Scroll to Calendar and press
Please note
If you have not set the current time and date on your mobile,
go to the menu Settings – Time & date and set.
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• Press
to view the details of the entry. You can then
select Options followed by New/Delete/Edit
Month view
• Select to view the current month with the current date
highlighted
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Tools
• Press Options and then select
New Create a new entry on the date highlighted.
For further information on setting up a new
event please refer to New below
Events See the events you have saved.
This will be the current date unless you have
moved the cursor
Select month Select to view a different month view
New
• Select New, then define the memo as either Meeting,
Birthday or Memo depending on how you wish to
categorise your calendar entry
• In the new entry editor screen, scroll to the data field you
want to edit
You can now enter data in the following fields
Subject Enter a name for the event associated
with the memo. Press
to enter Subject and then enter the
name. Press
to save
Start date Change the memo’s assigned date. Press
, then
enter the date using the appropriate keys. Press
to save
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End date Enter the date when the event is due to finish. You’ll
need to press
to enter the field and also to save
Start time Enter a time for the event associated with the
memo by using the appropriate number keys. Press
to
amend the field and also to save
End time Enter a time for when the event is due to finish.
Press
to amend the field and when you’ve finished press
to save
Reminder time You can set a reminder so that the alarm will
sound from five minutes to one day or not at all, after the
scheduled time originally set for the event
• Press
to edit the time, scroll through the options
available and press
to select, followed by
to select
Back and return to the editor screen
Sound You can select the reminder tone that will sound at the
time set
• Press
to edit the sound and then scroll through the
options available
• To hear the sound select Play. To stop select Stop
• Press
to select the highlighted sound, then press
to
select Back and return to the editor screen
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Tools
• After entering the data in each of the fields, press
select Save and save the memo to that date
to
Set an alarm
Use the following steps to complete the
alarm settings
Delete
• To delete a memo scroll to Delete and then select
Activate Press
All To delete all existing memos
Week old Deletes any memos that are over one week old
Month old Deletes memos that are over one month old
Time Enter the time when the alarm will sound
• Press
to edit the current time
• Enter the new time using the appropriate keys then press
to save
to activate the alarm
Alarm
Set an alarm as a wake-up call or just as a reminder for things
to do.
• Scroll to Alarm and press
• Select the alarm you wish to activate and
press
Alarm type Press
to enter the alarm type, then select
• Daily The alarm will sound every day at the specified time
• Workday The alarm will sound Monday through till Friday
and will not go off at the weekend
• Custom Customise the days when the alarm will sound.
Scroll through the days of the week listed and press
to
select, then Back to return to the alarm editor screen
Please note
If you activate the alarm feature, when the specified date and
time arrive, your mobile will sound the alarm, even if it is
switched off.
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Tools
Sound To set the alarm ring
• Press
edit the sound
• Scroll through the options available and press
followed by Back
Calculator
Allows you to use your keypad as a calculator.
to select,
Once complete press
to save the alarm settings.
To confirm that the alarm is set
will appear in the
standby screen
Please note
When the alarm rings, there are two ways to turn
it off
• Press
to select Close. Your alarm will not
sound until the next scheduled time
• Press
and select Snooze. The alarm will
sound again minutes later
• Select Calculator by pressing
to open the
calculator screen
• Use the keypad to type in the numbers you
wish to calculate
• Use
to perform the mathematical
operations on the screen
• Press
to enter a decimal point
• Once completed press
to select =
Please note
• You can enter numbers up to a maximum of 8 digits
in length
• If you make a mistake press
to delete
Activate all
Select to activate all three alarms that have been edited.
Cancel all
Select to cancel all alarms.
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Tools
Tasks
• Once complete press
Don’t forget that important deadline. Create an electronic
notepad that’ll help you remember important work tasks or
personal projects you need to complete.
• Scroll to Tasks and press
to select
To add a task
• Select Options – New to bring up the editor window
You can now perform the following
• In the task list screen, scroll to the desired task and
press
to select Options
• Then select
New To add a new task to the list
Delete To delete the selected task
Delete all To delete all tasks listed
You can now enter data in the following fields
Subject Enter a name for the task. Press
to enter Subject
and then enter the subject name. Press
to save
Due date Enter the date the task needs to be completed by.
To amend the date press
to enter the field. Once complete
press
to save
Reminder If you would like a reminder, scroll to Reminder
and press
Reminder date Enter the date for the reminder. You’ll need to
press
to amend the field and to save
Reminder time Enter a time for the reminder. You’ll
need to press
to amend the field and also to save
once completed
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Tools
Audio recorder
Use your mobile like a dictaphone so you don’t forget
important conversations or information.
• Scroll to Tools and press
Playback an audio clip
• Select Tools – Audio recorder – Play
• Scroll through the list of recordings available and press
to play or select Options – Play
, then select Audio recorder
Unit converter
Record a sound clip
• Scroll to Record and press
• Give your recording a file name. Just delete
sound_clip and replace, then press
• Your mobile will start to record, displaying
elapsed time in the top right of its display
• To stop recording press
to select Stop
Please note
• Unnamed sound clips will be overwritten by the
next recording
• To delete sound_clip press
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If you need to convert measurements then save your brain cells
and time by putting your mobile to the test. Whether it’s an
area, distance, temperature, speed or volume calculation your
O2 XM has the answers.
• Select Tools and scroll to Unit converter and
press
• Choose the field you wish to convert and
press
to select
• Scroll to Value and press
. Then enter the
value you wish to convert and press
• Scroll to From and press
, then scroll through the options
available and select the unit you wish to convert from by
pressing
. To return to the conversion screen select Back
• Then select To by pressing
. Select the unit you wish to
convert to and then return to the conversion screen
• To complete the calculation select Convert by pressing
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Settings
Settings
The settings menu is used to set basic parameters for your
mobile such as time and date, security, network and
call settings.
Time and date
• In the main menu scroll to Settings
and press
• Select Time & date by pressing
Flight mode
There are times or places where mobile phones are prohibited,
such as in an airplane. By selecting flight mode, although you
won’t be able to make or receive calls, you can continue to use
other features such as the music player, games and calendar.
This is because in flight mode your mobile will not emit radio
waves and disturb other electronic systems. So keep listening,
playing and organising your day!
• Select Flight mode by pressing
• Choose either Flight mode or Normal and press
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You can set the time and date, as well as the format in which
the time and date will be displayed on the start up screen.
Set time/date
• Scroll to Set time/date and press
• To change the time, scroll to Present time
and press
to select. Using the
alphanumeric keys enter the current time,
then press
to confirm
• To change the date, scroll to Present date and
press
to select then enter the date you wish to display
on the standby screen, followed by
to confirm
• To return to the Time & date menu select Back
Summer time
• If the clocks have gone forward then scroll to Summer time
and press
to select
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Settings
Time zone
Confirm where you are in the world.
• Scroll to Time zone and press
to select
• Then use
and
to amend the time
zone and press
to confirm
• To return to the Time & date menu select Back
Display
Adjust your mobile’s display settings including the wallpaper,
welcome animation, outer display and more...
• Scroll to Display and press
Then select the following options
Date format
Scroll to Date format and decide the format in which the date
will appear on the standby screen.
• Press
to select Date format
• Scroll through the format options available
and press
to select
Wallpaper
Change the wallpaper on your mobile’s main display. Choose
from the list available or even an image you have taken with
your mobile’s integrated camera, downloaded from O2 Active
or received from friends in a media message.
• Scroll to Wallpaper and press
to select
• Scroll through the wallpapers available and press
to select
You can also download celebrity photos, cartoons and other
graphics from O2 Active in a few easy clicks and give your
mobile an individual look. Check out page 94 for more info.
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Settings
Backlight Time
Adjust the length of time that your mobile display’s
backlighting remains activated after a key has been
pressed or the flip is opened.
to
• Scroll to Backlight Time and press
select
• Set the length of time the backlight stays on
by scrolling to the required length of time and
press
to select
• To return to the Display menu press
to select Back
Lights
Select whether you wish the light on the outside of your
mobile to flash.
• Scroll to Lights and press
to select
Greeting
You can enter a greeting that’ll be displayed each time your
mobile is turned on.
• Scroll to Greeting and press
to select
• Using the alphanumeric keys enter your
welcome message followed by
to save
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Please note
• For help on entering text please refer to page 62
• For ease you can choose to use predictive text. Simply select
Options – T9 Language
Animation
You can select an animation or image that will be displayed
when you turn your mobile on or off. Even images and
animations that have been saved from messages or
downloaded from O2 Active can be set for use in the welcome
screen.
• Scroll to Animation and select by pressing
Start-up
Choose the animation or image that’ll be displayed when your
mobile is turned on.
• Select Start-up by pressing
, then scroll
through the options available and press
to confirm selection
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Settings
Shutdown
You can even choose a different animation or image that’ll be
displayed when your mobile is turned off.
• Select Shutdown by pressing
, then scroll through the
options available and press
to confirm selection
Options
Choose whether the animation or greeting will be viewed on
screen when you turn on your mobile as well as an animation
when you shut down. Alternatively, you can choose None.
Alert tune
Choose from a selection of ringtones.
• Scroll to Alert tune and press
to select
• Scroll through the ringtones available
and press
to select Play and
to select Stop
• Once you’ve made your mind up, press
to select
Please note
You can also download your favourite tunes from O2 Active
and save them as your ringtone. Check out page 100 for
more info.
Audio
• Scroll to Audio and press
• Then select from one of the following options
Incoming call
Select how your mobile will alert you when you
receive a call.
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Alert mode
Select how you wish your mobile to alert you when you receive
a call. Choose from
• Ring only
• Light only
• Vibrate only
• Combined
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Settings
Volume
Press
to adjust the ringtone volume. You can even test the
level by selecting Play.
Message attention
Select how your mobile will alert you when you receive a
message.
Alert tune
Just like an incoming call on page 154, select the ringtone that
will sound when you receive a message.
Alert mode
You can select whether your mobile will vibrate as well when
you receive a message just like an incoming call.
Volume
Adjust the volume level for your message alert.
Keypad
Keypad type
Select the sound you prefer for when you press the keys on
your mobile. Choose from Click, Beep, DTMF or Mute.
Volume
Enables you to adjust the volume of the keypad tones.
Tones
Amend the volume level for the following
• Info
• Broadcast
• Alarm
• Greeting
An additional feature that your O2 XM has is that you can
adjust the alert mode for the alarm tone – choose whether
your alarm vibrates as well.
Call connection
Activating this feature enables your mobile to emit a beep
when the call is connected.
• Scroll to Call connection and press
to select
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Settings
Call settings
• Scroll to Call settings and press
to select
• Then select from the following options
Call divert*
Forward incoming calls to another designated phone number
or your voicemail.
All calls Forwards all incoming calls. After the All calls mode
is activated
will be displayed on the standby screen
All unanswered Forwards all calls that you do not answer
within a specific time period. Activating this option will disable
No reply, Not reachable and Busy
No reply Forwards calls when you do not answer
Not reachable Diverts calls when your mobile is turned off or
outside network coverage
Busy Forwards calls when you are on another call
Status all This option summarises the status of all call
forward options
Cancel all To cancel all call forward settings
* Pay & Go customers can only divert to Voicemail 901.
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Call waiting†
If there is an incoming call when you are in the middle of
another call, the screen will display the number of the
incoming call and call waiting message to alert you. Select to
activate or cancel the call waiting feature.
Optional func.
And these settings will help you with daily use of your mobile.
Redial
If there is no answer at a number you have dialled, your mobile
can be set to automatically redial. Select Redial by
pressing
.
Any key answer
By selecting Any key answer your mobile allows incoming
, which is
calls to be answered by pressing any key except
used to reject incoming calls.
Please note
Calls are not answered automatically when you open the flip.
† Available to Pay Monthly customers only.
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Settings
Call barring†
You can lock your mobile to reject incoming calls or bar
outgoing calls, domestic or international. Call barring is a
password protected network service, and details should be
acquired from O2 Customer Service.
Cancel all Cancels all call barring settings. You must enter
your password in order to cancel these settings
Dialled calls You can block all calls being dialled from your
mobile or be more selective and bar international calls only or
local calls
Incoming calls Select to reject all incoming calls wherever you
are or just incoming calls whilst you are abroad
Password Select to change your password
Hide caller ID
Conceal your identity! You can decide whether or not to
display your phone number on the recipient’s mobile. Choose
from Off, All calls or just the Next call.
Please note
If this feature is turned off, you may not be able to make
phone calls in certain countries, such as Singapore and China.
† Available to Pay Monthly customers only.
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Language
Select to choose the language your mobile will
use to display information.
Network*
Select network
You can choose whether the network selection mode that your
mobile uses when turned on is automatic or manual.
• Scroll to your preferred choice and press
to select
Automatic When outside the coverage of your regular
network, your mobile will automatically search for usable
networks
Manual When outside the coverage of your regular network,
your mobile will list available networks and allow you to
choose
Add network
You can add a new network to your list.
• Select Add network, then scroll to an empty network entry
and press
• Then complete the following empty entries
Name The name of the network you wish to add
MCC The Mobile Country Code
MNC The Mobile Network Code
Please note
Please contact O2 Customer Service for further information.
• Once completed press
to select Save
Preferred net.
Where a preferred network is set your mobile will always
try to access this network first even though other networks
are available.
* Only available whilst abroad with your O2 XM mobile.
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Security
Prevent unauthorised use of your mobile by using a PIN code.
A PIN code will prevent unauthorised use of the SIM card.
Unless the correct PIN code is entered when your mobile is
turned on, the SIM card cannot be used, even if it is inserted in
another mobile.
Enable PIN1
Select to Enable / Disable the PIN1 code. You will be asked
to enter your PIN1 code followed by
.
Please note
The default PIN code is 5555.
Change PIN1
To change your password, scroll to Change PIN1 and press
to select. Then enter your current PIN1 code followed by
pressing
. When prompted enter the new code and then
confirm the new code.
Change PIN2†
Used to change the PIN2 code. The procedure is the same as
for the PIN1 code.
Please note
If the PIN code is entered incorrectly three times your mobile
will automatically disable. The screen will display the messages
PIN blocked or Enter PUK (Personal Unblocking Key). Do not try
to enter your PIN again. Contact O2 Customer Service for a
PUK code to unblock your mobile.
Connections
Connections contains options for how you connect to the O2
network and also how you connect your mobile to another
device. Options available are
USB/Modem
GPRS
Factory reset
Restores all of your mobile’s settings to their factory defaults.
† Available to Pay Monthly customers only.
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Trouble shooting
Vital statistics
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Roaming
Roaming allows you to move from one base station to another
or from one network to another without affecting
the call.
Tri-band
Mobile phones operate on different frequencies in different
countries. A tri-band mobile can switch between three
frequencies e.g. 900 Mhz, 1800 Mhz and 1900 Mhz.
The O2 XM is a tri-band mobile.
SIM card
A SIM is the little gold-plated plastic card that you get from O2
and which holds the unique data the network needs to identify
your mobile.
PIN* and PUK
Access to use a mobile is most often protected by a code
known as ‘PIN’ – Personal Identification Number. Your SIM
card comes with a default PIN that you can change to any
code you prefer. See page 164 for details. If you forget your
code, or by mistake enter a faulty code three times in a row,
the SIM card will lock. To unlock, you must enter the Personal
Unblocking Key or ‘PUK’ code which you can get from
O2 Customer Service.
PIN2
PIN2 is a security code that you can obtain by calling
O2 Customer Service.
IMEI
IMEI stands for International Mobile Equipment Identifier and is
a number that’s unique to your mobile. If your mobile is stolen,
the IMEI number will allow us to block it from being used.
* Pay & Go mobiles are not set up with a default PIN code.
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WAP
Wireless Application Protocol or WAP allows you to access
information and entertainment services, such as O2 Active on
your phone.
GPRS
General Packet Radio System is a service that transmits data to
and from your phone. Charges are based on the amount of
transferred data rather than on airtime.
CSD
A wireless service protocol used for WAP. CSD stands for
Circuit Switched Data. This allows you continuous WAP
connection. You pay for the time spent connected rather than
the amount of data.
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URL
Uniform Resource Locator or URL is an address system
used on the Internet. All WAP homepages have a unique
address, allowing browsers to distinguish one from the other.
A WAP URL always starts with the text string: http://wap
followed by the address.
APN
APN stands for Access Point Name.
ISP
ISP stands for Internet Service Provider.
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Why does my mobile not turn on when I press the
key?
The key press has been too short or the mobile has shut down
because the battery power level is too low to make calls.
Recharge the battery fully.
The standby time seems too short. Why is this?
You might have played a lot of games or music, or
unintentionally pressed keys which led to the display
lighting up.
My mobile displays ‘Insert SIM’, what does this mean?
You must insert the SIM before you can use the mobile. If it is
already installed, remove and clean the blank area with a dry
cloth, then reinsert.
My mobile displays ‘INVALID SIM’, what does
this mean?
The mobile is SIM-locked and will not accept the inserted SIM.
Insert the correct SIM or contact O2 Customer Service.
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My mobile displays ‘EMERGENCY ONLY’, what does this
mean?
Your SIM card is not properly installed or configured, or you
are out of network range.
My mobile displays ‘NO NETWORK’, what does
this mean?
You’re outside network range or there is no clear path to the
transmitter. If you’re inside a building, try moving towards a
window.
Some calls are not processed. What is wrong?
A call bar has been set to restrict mobile usage. Check call
barring and cancel as necessary.
Someone else is receiving my calls. What is wrong?
The mobile has been set to forward your calls to another
number. Cancel call forwarding as necessary.
Can I send and receive emails and surf the Mobile
Internet on my mobile?
Yes. Your mobile has WAP capability, which means that you
can access the Mobile Internet from your mobile. For sending
and receiving emails, please contact O2 Customer Service.
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Can I use my mobile to transfer data from a PC?
Yes. Your O2 XM is fitted with a USB connector. Simply connect
your phone via the supplied cable into the USB port on your
PC. Wait until your mobile has been recognised, you’ll see a
new drive appear. Then you can simply drag and drop items to
or from it.
then you can purchase a larger memory card, known as an
SD card. 1GB cards are now available. Contact your nearest
O2 store for details.
What is T9?
T9 text input is a predictive text editor that allows you to type
using just one click per letter and saves you time when writing
SMS, text entries, etc.
Can I use my mobile inside a car?
Please refer to ’Driving Safety’ on page 186.
My mobile doesn’t recognise that the memory card has
been inserted. What’s wrong?
Make sure the card has been inserted correctly and that it
clicks into place. Refer to page 24 for further details.
My memory card constantly gets filled, meaning I have
no space on the card to save new pictures and videos.
What’s wrong?
Check to see if you have any items on the card which you
don’t need. If so, delete these items or transfer them to
another device. If you don’t wish to delete or move anything,
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What type of networks are supported?
Check the technical specifications on page 176.
How do I clean my mobile if it becomes soiled?
See ‘Mobile care’ on page 181.
My mobile has been lost or stolen. What do I do?
Contact O2 Customer Service immediately to bar your mobile
and prevent misuse. If your mobile has been stolen you should
report the incident to the local police.
How do I reset my mobile to factory defaults.
Enter the Settings menu and scroll to ‘Factory reset’ and select.
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Vital statistics
Size 47 x 89 x 23.5mm
Weight 90g
Talktime Up to 4 hours
Standby time Up to 200 hours
Main display 260k colour screen (176 x 220 pixels)
External display 65k colour screen (96 x 64 pixels)
Camera Integrated camera
Band Tri-band
GPRS Class 10
Leisure
Integrated Music Player, MP3 player, get into O2 Active,
download JAVA games from the O2 Games Arcade, 3D
gaming, video capture and playback, integrated 1.3 mega pixel
camera.
Organising features
Calendar, alarm, calculator.
Accessories
64MB SD memory card, USB cable, handsfree kit/stereo
headphones, headset jack and charger. Contact O2 Retail for
more accessories.
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The important safety bit at the back
Safety information for mobiles
Mobile care
Driving safety
Electronic devices
Other safety guidelines
Cautions
About this guide
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Safety information for mobiles
Mobile care
Read this information
You should never attempt to open the mobile casing. There
are no user-serviceable parts inside, and you might damage
sensitive electronic circuits and components. Unauthorised
disassembly will void the warranty.
Your O2 XM mobile phone has been designed, manufactured
and tested so as not to exceed the limits for exposure to
electromagnetic fields recommended by the Council of the
European Union. These limits are part of comprehensive
guidelines developed by independent scientific organisations.
European standards provide for the amount of radio frequency
electromagnetic energy absorbed by the body when using a
mobile phone to be measured by reference to the Specific
Absorption Rate (SAR). The SAR limit for the general public is
currently 2 watts per kilogram averaged over 10 grams of
body tissue.
The maximum SAR values for the O2 XM are
• 900: SAR(10g) = 0.506 [W/kg], limit 2 [W/kg]
• 1800: SAR(10g) = 0.360 [W/kg], limit 2 [W/kg]
• 1900: SAR(1g) = 0.530 [W/kg], limit 1.6 [W/kg]
• Body SAR (1900) SAR(1g) = 0.871 [W/kg], limit 1.6 [W/kg]
with 15mm spacing to body
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You should never leave your mobile in the window of your
car or otherwise expose it to strong sunlight or excessive heat
for a prolonged period of time as this may damage it.
You should never handle your mobile with wet hands or
expose it to moisture or liquids of any kind. Continuous
changes from a cold to a warm environment may lead to
condensation inside the mobile, resulting in corrosion and
possible damage.
If you pack your mobile in your suitcase during travel, beware
not to damage it. Cramming a suitcase may crack the LCD
display. Remember to switch off your mobile during air travel
or change to flight mode.
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As with all other radio devices, touching the built-in antenna
area during telephone conversation may impair the quality and
lead to shorter standby time due to increased power
consumption.
The battery
Your mobile is equipped with a high-performance Li-Ion
battery. Optional battery types may be available, check with
your local retailer. Observe the maintenance guidelines and
your battery should give you a long service life.
• At the beginning of the battery’s life, fully charge and
discharge (let it go flat) three times
• Do not over charge the Li-Ion battery, as this can result in a
reduction in battery performance and life span. The
recommended maximum charge time is 2.5 hours
• Avoid repeated short charging. It is preferable to let the
battery go flat and then recharge it completely
• Avoid charging in strong heat or extreme cold. Ambient
room temperature is preferable. The battery has its optimum
performance in an ambient temperature of +5 °C to +50 °C
• Don’t store a battery near a fire or heat source
• Use only the battery approved by the manufacturer
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• Never replace the battery with a non-approved battery
• Never soak the battery in water or any other fluid
• Never try to open the battery as it contains substances that
might be harmful if swallowed or allowed to come into
contact with unprotected skin
• Never short-circuit the battery, as it may overheat and cause
a fire. Keep away from jewellery and other metal objects
• Never dispose of the battery in a fire. It could explode and
release harmful substances into the environment
• Never dispose of the battery with your regular household
waste. Take it to a hazardous material collection point
• Do not touch the battery terminals
• Caution: Risk of explosion if battery is replaced by an
incorrect type
The charger
• Use only the charger supplied with your mobile
• Never pull the charger cord to release it from the mains –
pull the charger itself
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Memory card
Cleaning and storing
• Do not remove or insert a memory card or turn off the
handset whilst data on the card is being edited
• Do not touch the metal terminals with your hands or metal
objects
• Do not bend the memory card or subject it to violent
impacts. Keep away from water and high temperatures
• Keep all memory cards out of the reach of small children
• Do not short circuit the contact points or expose it to liquids
or moisture. When not in use, keep it in the antistatic
container it came in
• Do not use force when inserting or handling the card, and
do not expose to excessive heat or strong magnetic fields
• Your mobile should always be handled with care and
protected from dirt, dust and damp. To avoid scratches,
never place your mobile face down
• If cleaning is necessary, switch the mobile off and wipe
carefully with a soft, slightly damp (not wet) cloth. Use a
cotton swab to clean the camera lens. Allow the mobile to
dry completely before switching it on. Never use solvents
for cleaning
• If you are not going to use your mobile for some time, fully
charge the battery and store the mobile in a dry place away
from direct sunlight. Your mobile should be switched off
during storage. Recharge every 6 to12 months
• Never expose your mobile to heat or strong sunlight
• Never expose your mobile to moisture or liquids of any kind
• Do not paint your mobile or otherwise block the keypad,
microphone or earpiece function, i.e. with stickers
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Driving safety
Electronic devices
O2 fully supports the new legislation announced by the
Department for Transport, banning the use of handheld mobile
phones whilst driving. It is an offence whilst driving to hold a
mobile or cradle it in your neck, at any point during the setup,
making or taking of a phone call, text message or any other
data related mobile communication. Use of fully installed car
kits are still permitted, as are the use of alternate hands-free
accessories.
Most modern electronic equipment is shielded from RF energy.
However, certain electronic equipment may not be shielded
against the RF signals from your mobile.
In the interest of safety, we would recommend use of a cradle
whilst using any form of hands-free accessory. When driving
we recommend that you use voicemail wherever possible, and
that you listen to your messages when you are not in the car.
If you must make a hands-free call when driving keep it brief.
An airbag inflates with great force. Do not place objects,
including both installed or portable wireless equipment, in
the area over the airbag or in the air bag deployment area.
If in-vehicle wireless equipment is improperly installed and
the air bag inflates, serious injury could result.
Pacemakers
The Health Industry Manufacturers’ Association recommends
that a minimum separation of six (6”) inches be maintained
between a mobile and a pacemaker to avoid potential
interference with the pacemaker. These recommendations are
consistent with the independent research by and
recommendations of Wireless Technology Research.
If you have a pacemaker:
• Always keep your mobile more than six inches from your
pacemaker when it is turned on
• Do not carry your mobile in a breast pocket
• Use the ear opposite the pacemaker to minimise the
potential for interference
• If you have any reason to suspect that interference is taking
place, turn your mobile off immediately
WARNING: Failure to follow these instructions may lead
to serious personal injury and possible property damage.
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Hearing aids
Posted facilities
Some digital mobiles may interfere with some hearing aids. In
the event of such interference, call O2 Customer Service to
discuss alternatives.
Turn your mobile off where posted notices so require.
Other medical devices
If you use any other personal medical device, consult the
manufacturer of your device to determine if they are
adequately shielded from external RF energy. Your physician
may be able to assist you in obtaining this information.
Turn your mobile off in healthcare facilities when any
regulations posted in these areas instruct you to do so.
Hospitals or healthcare facilities may be using equipment that
could be sensitive to external RF energy.
Magnetic media
Magnetic fields generated by mobile phones may damage data
on magnetic storage media such as credit cards, computer
discs or tapes. Do not place your phone next to such media.
You should never expose your phone to strong magnetic fields
as this may cause temporary malfunction.
Vehicles
RF signals may affect improperly installed or inadequately
shielded electronic systems in motor vehicles. Check with the
manufacturer or its representative regarding your vehicle. You
should also consult the manufacturer of any equipment that
has been added to your vehicle.
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Other safety guidelines
Aircraft
Regulations prohibit using your mobile while in the air. Switch
off your mobile before boarding an aircraft or change to
flight mode.
chemicals or articles, such as grain, dust, or metal powders;
and any other area where you would normally be advised to
turn off your vehicle’s engine.
Choking
Blasting areas
To avoid interfering with blasting operations, turn your mobile
off when in a ‘blasting area’ or in areas posted: ‘Turn off twoway radio.’ Obey all signs and instructions.
Keep your mobile away from children as the SIM card or other
small parts present a choking hazard.
Potentially explosive atmospheres
Turn your mobile off when in any area with a potentially
explosive atmosphere and obey all signs and instructions.
Sparks in such areas could cause an explosion or fire resulting
in bodily injury or even death.
Areas with a potentially explosive atmosphere are often, but
not always, clearly marked. They include fuelling areas such as
petrol stations; below deck on boats; fuel or chemical transfer
or storage facilities; vehicles using liquefied petroleum gas
(such as propane or butane); areas where the air contains
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Cautions
About this guide
Your mobile is a high quality piece of equipment. Before
operating the equipment, read all instructions and cautionary
markings on (1) AC Adaptor (2) Battery and (3) Product
Using Battery.
This document is provided as a user guide to the O2 XM
cellular phone and to this system only. O2 XM is a trademark of
the O2 group of companies.
• Do not use this equipment in an extreme environment
where high temperature or high humidity exists
• Do not abuse the equipment. Avoid striking, shaking or
giving it a shock. When not using the unit, lay it down to
avoid possible damage due to instability
• Do not expose this equipment to rain or spilled beverages
• Do not use unauthorised accessories
• Do not disassemble the mobile or its accessories. If service
or repair is required, return the unit to an authorised service
centre. If the unit is disassembled, the risk of electric shock
or fire may result
• Do not short-circuit the battery terminals with metal
items etc.
T9® is a registered trademark of Tegic Communications.
Swerve® is a registered trademark of Superscape®. mobileBAE™
is a registered trademark of Beatnik Inc. Swerve Powered™ is a
registered trademark of Superscape Inc. All rights reserved.
Mandatory statements
We hereby declare that the O2 XM is in conformity to all the
essential requirements of Directive 1999/5/EC.
Wir möchten hiermit bekanntgeben, daß das oben genannte
Produkt in Übereinstimmung mit allen erforderlichen
Bedürfnissen der 1999/5/EC Direktive steht.
Certificamos que el aparato es conforme con lo establecido en
las disposiciones de la Directiva 1999/5/EC.
Nous déclarons que le produit référencé ci-dessus satisfait aux
exigences R&TTE 1999/5/EC qui lui sont applicables.
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