Philips 330, CT3308/000APMEA, CT3308/00MYASIA, CT3308/00MNASIA, CT3308/00MBASIA, CT3308/00BSASIA, CT3308/00SRASIA, CT3308/00SPASIA User manual

Philips 330, CT3308/000APMEA, CT3308/00MYASIA, CT3308/00MNASIA, CT3308/00MBASIA, CT3308/00BSASIA, CT3308/00SRASIA, CT3308/00SPASIA User manual
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Earpiece
Light belt
Screen
Navigation key
Function keys - Pressing c
(up) or p (down) on the
navigation key when browsing
menus is equivalent to
pressing e or ,.
Side key
Keypad
Speaker
Short Press to Function keys:
Pick up key
Hang up key
OK key
Direct access to call list
Clear key
Direct access to Read
messages menu
On/Off key
Direct access to Ringers list
Direct access
to phonebook
Side key is used for volume
control during conversation.
Short press on incoming call
activates silence mode.
Philips continuously strives to improve
its products, and the information and
specifications described in this user
guide are subject to change without
notice. Philips tries to ensure that all
information in this user guide is
correct, but does not accept liability
for any error, omission or discrepancy
between this user guide and the
product described.
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Operate your phone .......... 4
The carousel ..................................... 4
Text or number entry .................... 4
T9® text Input ..................................... 4
Basic text input ..................................... 6
Deactivate the ringer ....................17
Activate the vibra alert .................17
Read your mobile phone number .17
During a call, you can… ...............18
First steps .......................................... 8
Get started........................................ 8
Adjust the earpiece volume .............18
Mute the microphone .......................18
Unmute the microphone ..................18
Write in the notepad .........................18
Consult the phonebook .....................18
Other features during a call ............18
Insert the SIM card ............................. 8
Enter the PIN code ............................10
Set date and time ..............................10
3. Menu tree ........................19
4. Display & images ............21
Copy of the SIM phonebook....... 10
Introduction.....................................21
Images album...................................21
Display ..............................................22
Reminder ........................................... 7
1. Getting started................. 8
Accept the copy ..................................10
Refuse the copy ..................................10
Abort the copy ....................................11
First call............................................ 11
Charge the battery ........................ 11
2. Main features ..................13
Idle screen ....................................... 13
Symbols ................................................13
Events ....................................................14
Make a call....................................... 14
Answer and end a call................... 14
See & hear who’s calling: Fotocall .15
Redial and reply.............................. 15
Flash dial........................................... 16
Clear the call list ............................ 16
Clear the phonebook ................... 17
Screen saver .........................................22
Screen animation ................................23
Animation .............................................23
Backlight ...............................................23
Contrast ................................................23
5. Settings & Quick Settings.24
Introduction.....................................24
Settings .............................................24
Sounds ...................................................24
Display ...................................................26
Security ..................................................26
Time and date .....................................28
Language ..............................................29
Hotkeys .................................................29
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Voice command ..................................31
Network ................................................32
Call settings ..........................................32
Quick settings.................................34
Quick settings ......................................34
Accessories settings ............................35
6. Phonebooks ....................36
Introduction ....................................36
Phonebook ......................................37
Phonebook in SIM card ....................37
Phonebook in phone ..........................37
Add names in the phonebook.....37
In the SIM card ...................................37
In the phone ........................................38
Own number .......................................39
Edit and manage names ................39
In the SIM card ...................................39
In the phone ........................................39
7. Calls and messages ........42
Introduction ....................................42
Call a number .................................42
Emergency number ............................42
Other number .....................................43
Messages ..........................................43
Send a SMS .........................................44
Read SMS ............................................45
SMS Archive .........................................46
SMS settings ........................................46
Broadcast SMS ...................................47
Call list ...................................................48
Display ..................................................48
Reset ......................................................48
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8. Organiser & Extras........49
Introduction ....................................49
Organiser .........................................49
Creating a new event ........................49
Modifying an event ............................50
Views of events ...................................52
Time zone ............................................52
Extras ................................................52
Brick game ...........................................52
Call counters ........................................52
Chinese feature ...................................53
Memory status ....................................54
Calculator .............................................54
Alarm clock ..........................................55
9. E-mail ................................56
Introduction ....................................56
Settings .............................................57
GSM network ......................................57
E-mail server access ..........................57
Advanced ..............................................58
Write and send e-mails.................59
To one or several recipients ............59
With an attachment ..........................60
Receive and read e-mails..............60
Connect to the server ........................60
Download e-mails ...............................61
Get and store attachments ..............61
Add an e-mail address to the
phonebook ............................................62
Delete e-mails .....................................63
Reply to an e-mail ..............................63
Forward an e-mail ..............................63
10. WAP services...............64
Introduction .................................... 64
WAP ................................................. 64
Launch ...................................................64
Browse ...................................................65
Favourites .............................................65
Last page ..............................................66
Advanced ..............................................66
Access settings ....................................66
Pause and wait characters ...............70
Access your answering machine
(example) .............................................70
Make a second call .........................70
Answer a second call.....................71
Answer a third call .......................72
Conference Call ............................72
Explicit Call Transfer ....................72
Precautions .........................73
11. Other operator services. 69 Troubleshooting ................77
Introduction .................................... 69 Glossary................................................ 77
GSM strings..................................... 69
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Query a voice server, voice
accessories ..........................81
mailbox, messaging service, etc.
(DTMF tones)................................. 70 Limited Warranty .............77
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Images album
Phonebook
Oper. services
Quick settings
Messages
Settings
E-mail
Extras
Call list
Organiser
Main carousel
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A carousel is a circular loop of icons displayed on the screen, in
which each icon represents a feature or option used to operate
your phone.
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All icons don’t fit within the screen; the hidden ones appear when
pressing left or right.
The first carousel available when you turn on your mobile phone
is called the "main" carousel. You access it by pressing , when
in idle mode, and it features the icons shown opposite. A small
icon in the upper left corner of the screen shows your actual
position within the carousel. To access a feature or option, press
left (anti clockwise) or right (clockwise) and press , when the
feature or option of your choice is selected. Another subcarousel or list will then appear.
Pressing left or right will alternate between two options, such as Activate/
Deactivate, On/Off, Increase/Decrease a value, etc.
Repeat the operation described above and browse carousels and lists until you
reach the desired feature or option. When navigating in a list, a scroll bar
located on the right handside of the screen shows your actual position in the
list. With the navigation key, you can then select or adjust all the functions of
your phone as described in the relevant chapter of this user guide.
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Text can be entered in editing screens in two different ways: by using T9 ®
predictive Text Input, or basic text input. Two other modes for numbers and
punctuation marks, are also available. Icons appearing on the screen show the
active text mode. You switch from one mode to the other by pressing the *
key, and from lower to upper case by pressing the # key.
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What is it?
T9 ® predictive Text Input is an intelligent editing mode for SMS and e-mail,
including a comprehensive dictionary. It allows you to quickly enter text. Press
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only once on the key corresponding to each letter needed to spell a word:
keystrokes input are analysed and the word suggested by T9 ® is displayed in the
bottom of the screen. If several words are available according to the keys used,
press 0 to browse the list and choose from those proposed by the T9 ® builtin dictionary (see example below).
How to use it?
Alphabets and symbols represented by each key are as follows:
2 to 9 To key in letters.
1 or # To confirm entry.
e
Short press to clear
one entry, long press
to clear all text.
0
*
To select the typing #
mode.
Example: how to enter the word "home":
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Press 4 6 6 3 The screen
displays the first word of a list: Good.
2
Press 0 to scroll and select Home.
3
Press 1 to confirm Home.
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Short press to
browse the list of
candidate words, long
press to browse back.
Shift.
Good
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Home
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Language used: English
Editing mode used: T9 ®
Press the * key to switch to basic mode, to numeric mode, or to punctuation mode
ENTER TEXT: Abc
ENTER TEXT: 123
ENTER TEXT: %!?
While in any text mode, press the # key to switch from lower to upper case:
ENTER TEXT: abc
ENTER TEXT: Abc
ENTER TEXT: ABC
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Although your phone provides you with the T9 ® predictive Text Input by
default, if you wish to access the basic text input, select “Abc” basic text input
using * key. This method requires multiple key presses to reach the desired
character: the letter "h" is the second letter on key 4, you must press 2
times 4 in order to enter "h". Using this mode requires you press a key as
many times as is equal to the order of the letter.
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In basic mode, the complete list of characters available for the key you press
appears in the bottom of the screen, allowing you to see each available character
located on this key (see below).
To enter the word "Home" in basic text input mode, you should therefore key
in 4, 4 (GHI) 6, 6, 6 (MNO), 6 (MNO), 3, 3 (DEF).
Press , to confirm the completion of the editing.
Letters, numbers and symbols are located on each key as follows:
Key
Alphanumeric
Key
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space 1 @ _ # = < > ( ) & £ $ ¥
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abc2àäåæç
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Toggles between the different
Text Input modes.
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#
Switches from lower case to
upper case and vice-versa.
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Short press to delete one
character, long press to delete all
text.
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Switch on/off
Press ) to switch on, press and hold to switch off.
Enter PIN
Enter your PIN code using the keypad and press , or
# to confirm.
Make a call
Enter phone number on keypad and press ( to dial, or
press , to select Call, then press ( or , to call.
Answer a call
Open the phone or press ( when your phone rings.
End a call
Close the phone or press ).
Quickly access the Phonebook In idle mode, press p.
Quickly access the Call list
In idle mode, press cor press(.
Read a SMS
In idle mode, presss.
Quickly access the Send SMS
In idle mode, press and holds.
menu
Quickly access the Ringers list In idle mode, press T.
Activate/deactivate the Silence In idle mode, press and hold T.
mode
Return to previous menu
Press e.
Return to idle screen
Change the language used
Press and hold e or short press).
In idle mode, press and hold 0, select the language and
press ,.
Access the carousel
1. Press , to access the Carousel.
2. Move left or right to select a function, then press ,
to enter the sub-menu.
3. Repeat step 2 until you reach the desired function.
Use the phonebook
1. In idle mode, press p.
2. Browse the list by moving up or down and press ( to
call the selected name.
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Read the safety instructions in the "Precautions" section before use.
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To use your phone, you must insert a valid SIM card supplied by your GSM
operator or retailer. The SIM card contains your subscription, your mobile
number, and a memory in which you can store phone numbers and messages
(see “Phonebooks” page 36).
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1 Press on the battery clip and slide the battery cover downwards.
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Make sure the phone is switched off before removing the battery.
Remove the battery by pressing the inner clips one after the other, then
pulling the battery from the left handside.
3
Remove the SIM card from its holder and place it on its slot (be careful
that the clipped corner of the card is in the appropriate corner).Then
push the metal clip holder, until it stops and maintains the SIM card.
4
Replace the battery in its slot as shown below: first place its right side
against the right edge of the phone and press until it clips.
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Slide the battery pack into its slots, metallic connectors downwards, until
it stops.
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1 To switch on the phone, press and hold the ) key.
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When you switch on the phone, you may be prompted to enter the PIN
code, which is the 4 to 8-digit secret code of your SIM card to protect it
from abusive use. It is preconfigured and communicated to you by your
operator or retailer. To personalise the PIN code, see “Change codes”
page 27.
If you enter a wrong PIN code 3 times, your SIM card is blocked. To unblock it,
you must request the PUK code from your operator.
Enter your PIN code. If you make a mistake, press e. Then confirm by
pressing , or #.
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As prompted by the phone at first switch on, set the date by pressing the
appropriate numeric keys (press e to erase a number), then press , to
validate. Proceed in the same way to set the time.
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For complete date and time options, see page 28.
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If you do not copy the SIM phonebook at very first switch, you will be able to do
it directly from the phonebook menu (see page 37).
If you had a mobile phone before and are using the same SIM card, the card
might contain all or part of your current phonebook. The mobile phone detects
this and a message asks you if you want to copy your SIM phonebook onto the
built-in phonebook (see below). Press e to cancel or , to accept.
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Press , to accept the copy of the SIM phonebook onto your phone. Once
the copy is done, the phonebook located on your phone is automatically set as
your default phonebook. To switch back to the SIM phonebook, select
Phonebook > In SIM card.
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If you press the e key to refuse the download of your SIM card contents at
switch on, the copy isn’t launched and the phonebooks stay unchanged. The
SIM phonebook is the default and you must select Phonebook > Phonebook
settings > Phonebook select > In phone to switch phonebooks.
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1 If you change your mind while the copy has already taken place, press the
e key to abort the download of your SIM card contents.
2
The copy is aborted and the phonebooks only contain the records
downloaded before cancellation of the process.
3
The SIM phonebook is the default and you must select
Phonebook > Phonebook settings > Phonebook select > In phone to
switch phonebooks.
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Enter the phone number (if you make a mistake, press e) and press
(.
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Once connected, your phone emits 2 beeps. To end the call, press ).
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Your phone is powered by a rechargeable battery. A new battery is partially
charged and an alarm will warn you when the battery reaches low.
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We recommend that you do not remove the battery when the phone is switched
on: you may lose all your personal settings (see information on battery safety,
page 75).
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Once the battery and battery cover are clipped on the phone, plug the
charger (supplied with the phone, in the box) into the right hand socket
at the base of the phone as shown below.
2
Plug the transformer unit into a main AC power socket with easy access.
The b symbol indicates the state of charge:
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During charging the 4 charge indicators change; Each bar represents
around 25% of charge and it takes around 2.15 hours to fully recharge
your mobile phone.
When all 4 bars are steady the battery is fully charged and
you can disconnect the charger.
When the battery is charged, remove the connector by pressing the
release button on top of the connector.
Depending on the network and condition of use, talk time ranges
from 1.5 to 4 hours and standby time ranges from 150 to 400 hours.
Keeping the charger plugged to the mobile when the battery is fully charged
doesn’t damage the battery. The only way to turn off the charger is to unplug it,
so use an easily accessible AC power socket. You can connect the charger to an
IT supply (Belgium only).
If you don’t intend to use your phone for several days, we recommend you
to disconnect the battery.
Once the battery is removed, you will be prompted to enter the time and date
again during the next insertion ( see "Time and Date" page 28).
You can use the phone while it is on charge. If the battery is completely flat, the
battery icon will only reappear after 2 or 3 minutes of charging.
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After switching your phone on and entering the PIN code (see page 10), your
phone displays the idle screen which means that it is ready to be used. In idle
mode, several symbols can be displayed simultaneously.
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If the n symbol isn’t displayed, the network is not currently available. You may
be in a bad reception area: move to a different location. The phone automatically
returns to idle screen over 2 mn of inactivity.
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Q Silent - Your phone will not ring
when receiving a call.
Vibra
- Your phone will vibrate when
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receiving a call.
A Alarm clock activated.
s SMS message - You have received a new
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message.
Voice mail - You have received a new
voice mail.
B Battery - The bars indicate the battery
level (4 bars = full, 1 bar = low).
S SMS full - Memory for messages is H Home zone - A zone designated by your
full. Delete old messages to receive
new ones.
F Call Forward Unconditional to
number - All your incoming voice
calls are being forwarded to a number
other than voice mail.
N
f Call Forward Unconditional to R
voice mailbox - All your incoming
calls are being forwarded to voice
mail.
network operator. Subscription dependent,
contact your service provider for details.
a GSM Network : your phone is
connected to a GSM network
q Reception quality : the more bars are
shown the better the reception is.
Roaming - Displayed when your phone is
registered to a network other than your
own (especially when you’re abroad).
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Some events may modify the idle screen (missed call, new message, reminder
from the organiser, etc.). In this case, press , to access the corresponding
menu or long press e to go back to idle.
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In idle mode, enter the phone number using the keypad. To correct an
error, press e.
For an international call, you can enter the "+" key instead of the usual
international prefix. To do this press and hold * before dialling the country
code.
Press ( to dial the number and press ) to hang up.
To learn other ways of making a call, see “Call a number” page 42.
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When receiving a call, the phone can ring and/or vibrate. Open the phone
2
To end the call, close the phone or press ).
3
to pick up the line or, if it was already open, press (.
To reject a call, press ). If you have activated “Call forward” (see
page 32), the call is diverted to a number or voicemail.
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Notes:
• The phone will not ring if the ringer is deactivated (see page 17).
• If you have selected Any Key Answer (see page 33), you can accept a
call by pressing any key (except )).
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To hang up, press )or close the phone.
Whether the flip is active or not for incoming calls (see page 32),closing the
phone always hangs up an ongoing communication. A beep indicates the end of
the communication.
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This feature is only available when you select the phonebook of your phone, not
the SIM phonebook.
The Fotocall feature allows you to:
- personalize the 10 groups available with a specific name ("Friends",
"Office", "Leasure", etc.), a given picture of the Picture album and a
melody of the Ringer list,
- link one or several contacts of your phonebook to a group, so that
when the/a person of this group calls you, his/her name appears on
the screen together with the picture of the group he/she belongs to.
The melody defined for this group will also ring.
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If not done during the start-up procedure (see “First steps” page 8), copy
the content of your SIM phonebook onto your phone: press , and
select Phonebook, Phonebook settings, Copy all to phone and press ,.
Wait for the copy to be completed.
2
Back to the Phonebook carousel, select Group settings, press
select the group of your choice.
3
Rename the group to be identified ("Friends", "Kids", etc.) and select the
Melody and the Picture to be associated to this group.
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, and
Long press e to go back to idle, then p to display the content of
your Phonebook. Select a contact you wish to link to this group and press
,. Then choose Select group and select the group of your choice.
When this contact calls you, the Melody and Picture associated to his group will
ring/appear on the screen.
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Predefined colors are assigned to groups 1 to 3 and will light up when a person
of this group calls you: red for the first group, green for the second and orange
for the third. The three colors will flash in turn for any other group.
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The phone stores the last 30 numbers in the Call list (called, missed or
received). You can redial or reply to any of these numbers and dial it directly.
The most recent number is displayed first.
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In idle screen, movec to access the Call list, which displays a
chronological list of the last calls received or made. If a number of the Call
list is also in your Phonebook, the corresponding name is displayed.
Move up or down to select the number to redial or reply. Press ( to
dial the selected number and press ) to hang up.
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Instead of accessing the Phonebook menu and scrolling through the list, you can
link the relevant name card to a hotkey, so that a long press on the chosen key
will directly call him (e.g. long press on 2 to call your home or on 3 to call
your office).
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You can only program keys 2 to 9, as keys 0 (selection of the language)
and 1 (voice mailbox) are predefined and cannot be changed.
To set a hotkey for flash dial, press , to enter the main menu, then
select Settings > Hotkeys and press ,.
Select a key "Not in use" from 2 to 9 and press ,.
Then select Flash Dial, press , and select a name in the Phonebook
displayed. Press , to confirm your choice.
In idle mode, press and hold the programmed key to dial the associated
entry: the connection is established. Press ) to hang up.
You can also set hotkeys for commands (see “Hotkeys” page 29). Hotkeys can
be changed or deleted at any time.
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To clear your call list, press , and select Call list, then Reset. Press , to
reset the call list.
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To clear the content of your phonebook at once, press , and select
Phonebook, Phonebook settings, Reset phonebook. Press , to reset the
phonebook content.
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phonebook (see “Phonebooks” page 36).
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If you don’t want your phone to ring when you receive a call, you can deactivate
the ringer. In this case, the incoming call symbol flashes when you receive a call,
the display shows Incoming call, but the phone doesn’t ring. To deactivate the
ringer, proceed as follows:
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Press , and select Settings > Sounds > Ringer volume.
Press left until the volume is set to Silence.
Silent mode can also be set by selecting Quick Settings > Silence. In this case,
the vibra alert is also activated. For faster access, you can assign a hotkey to this
function.
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If you have set the function, your phone vibrates when receiving an incoming
call (activating the silent mode via the Silence Quicksetting as described above
will also activate the vibra alert). Otherwise, proceed as follows:
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In idle screen, press , and select Settings > Sounds > Vibra.
Move left or right to select On or Off and press , to confirm.
Activating the vibra doesn’t mute the ringer. If you want to mute it and keep the
vibra function on, activate the Silence mode as described above.
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To read your own mobile phone number, press p when in idle mode and
select Own num., then press ,, select Show and press , again. Your
phone number is displayed if present on your SIM card. If not, select New, then
follow the instructions.
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If your own number has been stored in the Phonebook, you can read it during a
call. See “Consulting the phonebook” page 18.
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During a call, move the side key up or down to increase/decrease the volume.
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You can mute the microphone so that your correspondent cannot hear you.
During a call, press ,, select Mute and confirm by pressing ,.
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To unmute the microphone during a call, press ,, select Unmute and confirm
by pressing ,. The microphone is unmuted.
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The notepad is a temporary memory in which you can note down a number
during a call. To do so during a call, simply enter the number that you want to
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note. Wait a few seconds for your entry to be stored automatically in the
notepad memory. When the call ends, press , to dial it, store it in the
Phonebook, etc.
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To consult the phonebook during a call:
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Press ,, select View Names List, press
entries by pressing up or down.
, and scroll through the
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Press e twice to return to the in-call screen.
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• Add a name to the phonebook (see page 37),
• Write and send a message (SMS) via the phonebook or the Notepad (see
page 43),
• Read a message (see page 45),
• Consult your Call list (see page 48),
• Consult your Organiser (see page 49),
• Check a voice mailbox or access a voice server via the Notepad (see
page 70),
• Transmit DTMF tones to answering machines and other devices (see
page 70),
• Make a second call (see page 70).
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The menus contain all your GSM phone functions. They all feature icons or scrollable lists:
press , to enter a menu or sub-menu, move left or right in a menu and up or down to scroll
in a list and press , to validate an entry or to confirm a choice.
Oper. Services p69*
Services + p69
Service numbers p69
WAP p64
Launch / Browse / Favourites /
Last page / Advanced /
Access settings
Images album p21
Phonebook p37
Messages p42
Send a SMS p44
Together with an attachment
/ Send now / Save
Read SMS p45
Saved Messages / Received
Messages / Delete all
SMS Archive p46
SMS settings p46
SMS centre / Signature /
Validity period / Reply path /
Delivery report / Auto save
SMS
Reset p48
Broadcast SMS p47
Reception / Topics /
District codes
E-Mail p56
Settings p57
GSM network / E-mail
server access / Advanced
Open mailbox p60
Send mail p59
Call list p48
Call list p48
Reset p48
Organiser p49
Events p49
Day view p49
Week view p49
Month view p49
Delete past p49
Extras p52
Brick game p52
Call counters p52
Chinese feature p53
Memory status p54
Calculator p54
Alarm clock p55
Settings p24
Sounds p24
Ringer / Ringer volume / Key
tones / Minute beep /
Organiser alerts / Battery
low alert / New SMS tone /
Vibra alert
Display p22
Screen saver / Backlight /
Animation / Screen animation /
Contrast
Security p26
Public names / Call barring /
Change codes / PIN protection
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Time and date p28
Clock display / Set date /
Date format / Set time /
Time zone / Daylight savings
Language p29
Headset p35
Meeting p34
Outdoors p34
Quick settings p34
Hotkeys p29
Voice command p31
Personal p34
Network p32
Silence p34
Register again / Preferred list
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Call settings p32
Call waiting / Caller ID /
Active flip / Call forward /
Autoredial / Any key answer /
Mailboxes
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The Images album and Display menus allow you to Images album
select images in a list and display them, as well as set the
View all / JPEG / GIF / Bitmap /
backlight duration, screen animations, screen saver, etc.
Animations
In idle mode, press , and select Image album for the Settings
first option described in this chapter, or Settings, then
Display
Display for the second set of options.
Screen saver / Backlight /
Animation / Screen
animation / Contrast
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This menu allows you to manage and display the pictures stored in your mobile
phone, to View or Delete them and Change their name.
When entering one of the available sub-menus, the pictures stored in your
phone are displayed as a text list. To access the graphical display, select a picture
in the list and press right. Then press up or down to go to the next or previous
picture, or left to go back to the text list.
When renaming the file, select it in the list and press , twice. Select Rename
and press ,, enter a name and press ,.
The table below gives you an overview of the devices files can be sent to and
received from, as well as connection means.
Devices
File type
Sent
via...
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Mobile
to mobile
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SMS
“Send a SMS”
page 44.
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another mobile phone.
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EMail
“Get and store
attachments”
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mobile via
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JPEG
EMail
“Get and store
attachments”
page 61
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a digital camera, files
downloaded from the
Internet.
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store and display them correctly. Please check “Get and store attachments”
page 61 for complete information on this subject.
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This item of the Settings menu gives you access to all options concerning the
display, including the management of the screen saver.
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Allows you to activate/deactivate the screen saver. When activated, it will run
a slide show in idle mode, by using the jpeg file(s) you have stored in your phone
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and selected (see “Get and store attachments” page 61).
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Select Settings, Display, Screen saver and press ,, then press left or
right to select On and press ,. In the list that appears, select an image
by pressing left or right (you deselect it also by pressing these keys), then
press down to move to the next image. Once you selected the images of
your choice, press ,to activate the screen saver.
You must select several images (up to 10) in order to display a slide show. When
selecting only one image to be used as screen saver, only this image will be
displayed.
2
Select Start delay and press left or right to choose a value between 1 and
5 mn. When in idle mode, the screen saver will start according to the
time limit you have set.
3
Then select the screen saver Display period (from 10 seconds to 5 mn)
and press ,. The timing you have set will be applied between each
image of the slideshow.
Display &
images
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Also note that activating this function will automatically deactivate the screen
saver.
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Allows you to activate a screen animation that will be displayed in idle mode.
Press left or right to select one of the available icons or Random to display all
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Allows you to activate/deactivate the animation in different menus.
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The backlight is activated when receiving incoming calls or messages, browsing
lists and menus, etc. Press left or right to set the backlight duration ( from Off
to 30s ) and press , to confirm. Then press left or right to set the Screen
color from level 1 to level 7 and press , to confirm.
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The Settings menu allows you to customise your Settings
phone and change the settings related to each
Sounds / Display / Security /
available option (sounds, time and date, accessories,
Time and Date / Language /
etc.).
Hotkeys / Accessories /
The Quick Settings menu allows you to change
Network / Call settings
several settings at once (see page 34).
In idle mode, press , and select Settings or Quick Settings
Quick Settings, then press , to access a feature
Silence / Autonomy / Headset /
or option and to change it as described further in
Car / Outdoors / Meeting /
this chapter. Press , to confirm or e to cancel.
Personal
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This menu allows you to change the ringer volume, select a ringer melody, to
set alert beeps and activate or deactivate the vibra alert.
Ringer volume
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By default the ringer volume is set to Medium. Press left or right to set the
volume of your ringer from Silent to Increasing and use a Hotkey to activate the
silent mode (see page 29). The Silent mode also applies to key tones.
Ringer
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This option enables you to select the ringer tone from the available melodies.
Scroll through the list by moving up or down and wait for two seconds to hear
the selected melody being played (except for an Own melody: press ,, select
Playback and press , again to hear it). Press , to select this melody as
ringer, e to cancel, or move to the next melody.
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You will not hear the melody if the volume ringer is set to Off or if the Silence
mode was activated (see page 17).
Downloaded and own melody
The Own melod. menu allows you to store melodies received via SMS,
either downloaded from a web site (see below) or received from a friend.
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To personalise your phone, you can download iMelodies by choosing them from
your operator's Website. From your personal computer, check on your operator's
Internet site the availability, terms and conditions of this service and follow the
instructions to download the selected ringer tone via a SMS. Only 1-tone
melodies can be downloaded by your phone.
From the Ringer menu, select Own melod., then press , to access the
list of own melodies. Select one of the own melodies and press ,.
1
Select Send and press , to send it.
2
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This service is subscription dependent; you can only send melodies that are not
copyright protected. When sending a melody via SMS (see page 44), the
receiver must have a Philips mobile phone to be able to hear it.
3
When receiving a melody together with a SMS, select Store to store it as
Own melod., and Rename or Delete it if you wish. Press , to confirm.
Key tones
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Allows you to activate/deactivate the key tones. Even if Key Tones are set Off,
DTMF are played during calls (see page 70).
Minute beep
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Allows you to activate a beep, which is emitted 15s before the end of each
minute of communication (the beep cannot be heard by the caller). This allows
you to manage the duration of your calls.
Organiser alerts
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Allows you to activate/deactivate an alert beep when an event you
programmed in your organiser is due.
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Unlike the alarm clock, this alert will not ring if you turn your phone off.
Battery low alert
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Allows you to activate/deactivate an alert beep which informs you that the
battery is low and requires recharging.
New SMS tone
Allows you to activate/deactivate an alert beep each time you receive a SMS.
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Vibra alert
Allows you to activate/deactivate the vibrating alert when receiving a call.
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Quick Settings
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This menu allows you to set all features and options related to display. See
page 21 for complete information.
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This menu ensures the security of your phone, limiting calls to public numbers,
prohibiting specific incoming and outgoing calls, activating security via PIN
codes and changing those PIN codes.
Public names
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Allows you to manage a specific names list, called Public Names list, and restrict
calls to this list via the Call restriction option.
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This feature is subscription dependent and requires a PIN2 code (see page 27).
Call restriction
Allows you to activate/deactivate the call restriction to the Public Names
list. When activated, you can only access the names present in the Public
names list, as opposed to the Phonebook of the main menu.
This function is subscription dependent and requires a PIN2 code (see page 27).
Public names
Allows you to consult and modify your Public Names list. You can enter
a new name, modify or delete a name in the list via PIN2 code.
Use the <New> option to enter the name and phone number of a new
name (see “Text or number entry” page 4). Then select the number type:
Phone, Fax or Data. Names in this list can be changed or deleted.
Call barring
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This menu allows you to limit the use of your phone to specific calls by letting
you bar both outgoing and incoming calls. This function is network dependent
and requires a call barring password supplied by your service provider.
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The Outgoing menu allows you to select between All calls, International
calls and Inter. except/home calls (the latter allowing you to call your
home country when you are abroad). You can also Deactivate the bar on
outgoing calls.
These menus then allow you to bar, within each available option, All calls,
Voice calls, Data calls or Fax calls.
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The Incoming menu allows you to select All calls or When roaming. It also
provides access to the Cancel menu to remove bar on incoming calls.
These menus then allow you to bar, within each available option, All calls,
Voice calls, Data calls or Fax calls.
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In each sub-menu (All calls, When roaming, etc.), the Status option allows
you to know whether a type of call is barred or not.
Change codes
Allows you to change your PIN 1, PIN 2 and call barring codes.
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PIN protection
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Allows you to activate/deactivate the PIN protection when switching on your
phone. When the PIN code is activated, you will be asked to enter your PIN
code when switching your phone on.
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If your PIN code is deactivated, you cannot change it.
PIN2 code
Depending on your SIM card, some features or options may require a PIN2
secret code. This is a second secret 4 to 8-digit code given to you by your
operator. If you enter a wrong PIN2 code 3 times, your SIM card is blocked. To
unblock it, request the PUK2 code from your operator or retailer.
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If you enter an incorrect PUK code 10 times in a row, the SIM card will be
blocked and unusable. If this happens, contact your operator or retailer.
Settings &
Quick Settings
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This menu allows you to set the time and date, time zone, daylight savings, and
change the clock display mode.
Clock display
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Allows you to select Analogue or Digital time formats when shown in idle
mode, by pressing left or right. In both cases, press , to confirm.
Set date
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Allows you to set the date by pressing the appropriate numeric keys (you can
also set the date by moving up or down).
Date format
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Allows you to select Thai or Western date format, by pressing left or right . In
both cases, press , to confirm.
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The time zone and daylight savings are to be set first. You should then doublecheck date and time if previously set. To know which time zone you are in, we
recommend you to check in an atlas or an encyclopedia.
The Time zone option allows you to set the time zone you belong to, according
to GMT (Greenwich Meridian Time). Move up or down to select the setting
corresponding to your area, e.g. GMT + 00:00 when located in United Kindom,
GMT + 01:00 when in The Netherland, France or Germany.
Daylight savings
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This setting only concerns countries in which time is set according to summer/
winter time (e.g. Greenwich Meridian Time / British Summer Time).
This option allows you to set the daylight savings to On (in summer time) or
Off (in winter time) by moving left or right. As this setting impacts the date and
time option, it should be set first. If daylight saving is On and you set the time
to 12:00, it will automatically switch to 13:00 when turning the option to Off.
Settings &
Quick Settings
Set time
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Allows you to set the time by pressing the appropriate keys or moving left or
right to increase or decrease the time minute by minute.
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This menu allows you to select a language for all menu text. A long press on
0 when in the idle screen automatically displays this menu.
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Instead of entering the various menus and browsing the lists, you can set a
direct access to a specific function by linking it to a Hotkey, so that a long press
on this key will automatically activate this function.
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2
3
You can only program keys 2 to 9, as keys 0 (select language) and 1
(retrieve voice mailbox) are predefined and cannot be changed.
To set a hotkey, press ,, select Settings > Hotkeys and press ,.
Select a key from 2 to 9 and press ,.
Browse the list to select the function you wish to associate with this key.
Press , to confirm your choice.
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If the selected key is already set, you can reprogram it: press , twice, select
Change and press ,. This will bring you to the list of available functions.
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To use the hotkeys, simply press and hold the key corresponding to the
function you want to launch or activate while in idle mode.
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You can also set hotkeys for voice dial . Depending on your service provider some
Hotkeys, in addition to 0 and 1, can be predefined and locked, preventing
reprogramming.
Settings &
Quick Settings
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You can associate hotkeys 2 to 9 to the functions of the following table.
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Dials the associated
number of the Phonebook.
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Activates the silence quick
setting (vibra on, ringer
volume off).
Activates the headset
quick setting (ringer
volume medium, any key
answer on).
Opens the Add event
menu of the Organiser.
Redials the last number
called.
Direct access to the
calculator.
Forwards all calls to the
voice mailbox.
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Redials the number of the
last call received.
Dials the emergency call
number.
Displays the messages list.
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Activates the autonomy
quick setting, which
extends the battery
autonomy (animation off,
vibra off, backlight off,
ringer volume medium).
Opens the Messages menu.
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Activates the car quick
setting (ringer volume high,
any key answer).
Activates the meeting
quick setting (vibra on,
ringer and all keys set to
silent).
Activates the personal
settings.
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Opens the E-mail menu for
access to the mailboxes.
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Opens the Phonebook
select. menu.
Activates the outdoors
quick setting (ringer
volume high).
Displays the event list of
the Organiser menu.
Displays the accumulated
cost of outgoing calls.
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Opens the Alarm menu.
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Opens the Screen saver
On/Off menu.
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Opens the Brick Game.
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Launches a WAP session.
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credit balance.
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Opens the Images Album
menu.
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Voice command menu allows you to quickly activate a specific function: instead
of programming a hotkey, you simply set a voice tag that will activate a feature
when you pronounce the associated word. You can associate a Voice command
to the functions supported by the Hotkeys (see page 30).
1
2
To set a voice tag for voice command, press ,, select Settings > Voice
command and press ,.
Select <New> and press ,, then browse the list to select the function
to be set with a voice tag. Press , to confirm your choice.
3
When Press OK and speak appears, follow the instructions displayed on
the screen. When prompted to record your voice tag, make sure you are
in a quiet environment, choose a short and simple word and clearly
pronounce it.
4
The next carousel menu allows you to Delete or Play the voice tag,
Change the function associated with this voice tag or Change the voice
tag used for this function.
5
Repeat the steps described above to add more voice commands. Then
make a short press on e to go back to the previous menu or a long
press to go back to idle.
6
To activate a feature using the voice command, press and hold , when
in idle mode, then say the recorded voice tag.
Words recorded as voice tags can be played, changed or deleted at any time.
You can also set a voice tag for a voice dial instead of a voice command.
The duration of a voice tag is 2 seconds. Up to 15 voice tags can be defined and
shared between voice dial and voice command.
Settings &
Quick Settings
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This menu allows you to handle the connection between the phone and the
network, manually register the available networks and manage your preferred
networks.
Register again
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Provides you with a list of the networks available in the area when the manual
mode is selected. Select the network you want to register with and press ,
to confirm.
Preferred list
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Allows you to build a network list in order of preference. Once defined, the
phone will try to register on a network, according to your preferences.
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This menu allows you to set all the call options (call forward, waiting, etc.).
Active flip
When activated, this option allows you to pick up an incoming call by simply
opening the phone. A beep also indicates the end of the communication when
hanging up.
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Rejecting calls isn’t possible in this case, as you must open the phone to access
the ) key and manually reject the call.
Call forward
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Allows you to divert incoming calls either to your mailbox or to a number
(whether in your Phonebook or not) and applies to:
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Before activating this option, you must enter your voice mailboxes’ numbers (see
“Mailboxes” page 33). This feature is subscription dependent, and different
from the call transfer, which takes place when one/several calls are in progress.
Unconditional
The unconditional option will divert all the incoming calls.
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until you deactivate it.
Settings &
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Conditional
This option allows you to choose in which circumstance(s) you want to
divert incoming calls. Three options are available: If no reply (you haven’t
replied to the call), If not reachable (your network isn’t available) or If
busy (you are already on the phone and your subscription doesn’t include
the call waiting option or you haven’t activated it). Each option can be set
independently.
Once you have selected either Conditional or Unconditional, choose
whether you want to divert calls to your voice mailbox or to another
phone number, or cancel the call forward.
Status
Allows you to display the status of all call forwarding.
Mailboxes
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This menu allows you to enter your voice mailbox numbers if not available on
your SIM card.
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In some cases, you might have to enter two numbers: one to listen to your
mailbox, the other one to forward calls. Contact your operator for complete
information on this subject.
Autoredial
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Allows you to activate/deactivate the autoredial feature. If autoredial is
switched on and if the line is busy, your phone automatically continues to redial
this number until a successful connection is made, or until the maximum
number of attempts is reached (10). The phone shall emit one beep at the
beginning of each attempt and one special beep if the connection is successful.
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The time between redials increases with each attempt.
Any key answer
Allows you to accept a call by pressing any key, except ), used to reject a call.
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Allows you to activate or deactivate the call waiting and applies to:
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When this option is active, you hear a beep if someone tries to call you
while already in communication.
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This function is subscription-dependent. Contact your operator.
Caller ID
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Allows you to show or hide your identity to your correspondent. The Status
option will inform you if this function is activated or not.
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This function is subscription and network dependent. Contact your operator.
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This menu allows you to access a group of predefined settings, which lets you
quickly adapt your phone to your environment by changing several settings at
once. For example, selecting Meeting will set your ringer volume to silent,
activate vibra alert and deactivate the key tones (the other items are set
according to the settings you configured). When your meeting is over, selecting
Personal will reactivate all your usual settings.
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Warning! * The settings listed in the first column are the default settings
(preset in the factory). As you can change each of them, they might be different
from the ones listed below. In both cases (whether you changed parameters or
not), these settings are stored in the Personal menu item and apply to each
box of the table.
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Vibra alert
Ringer volume
Active*
Medium*
Key tones
Active*
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Active*
Battery low alert
Active*
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Active*
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Any key answers
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Animation
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When connecting an accessory, the settings described in the table below also
become available in the Quick Settings menu.
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Setting (see table above).
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All operations described in this chapter require that you have selected the
relevant Phonebook, whether on the SIM card or in the phone.
This chapter describes how to manage phonebooks. Please refer to “Calls
and messages” page 42 for further information on how to call numbers and
send messages.
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Your mobile phone has two phonebooks. The SIM Phonebook
phonebook is located on the SIM card and the number of
View names list°
entries depends on the card capacity.
Phonebook settings
Phonebook select.
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card you have. Please check with your local dealer for full
In SIM
information on this subject.
Groups setting
The second phonebook is built in the mobile’s memory
Select melody /
and can hold up to 299 names with several types of
Select picture /
information, as described below.
Rename
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Reset phonebook*
capacity and memory with the organiser and the image
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album. As such, both features are inter-dependent: the
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more names you create, the less events you can store
the selected phonebook (in
and vice-versa. The maximum number of names and
SIM or in phone).
events cards is 299.
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To check the memory available in your phone, press ,
apply to SIM phonebook.
when in idle mode to access the main menu, then select
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Extras > Memory.
your SIM card into your
phone. Selecting this option
twice will duplicate all the
names.
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The Phonebook menu allows you to select one of the two available
phonebooks: the one on your SIM card or the one in your phone. When
entering new names in the Phonebook, they will be added to the phonebook
selected in this menu.
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Press , and select Phonebook, Phonebook settings, Phonebook select.
3KRQHERRNVHOHFW Then move left or right to select the phonebook located in your SIM card.
Names added to this phonebook can then be copied into the phonebook
located in your phone.
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When you copy the contents of your SIM phonebook into your phone (see
below), you can still use the phonebook of your SIM card, even though it
features less fields of information. For a complete description of the SIM
phonebook and how to add names to it, see “Add names in the phonebook”
page 37.
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Your mobile phone only manages one phonebook at a time and will ignore the
information relative to the other one: e.g., if "Smith" is present in both
phonebooks and if you delete it in the phone, it remains unchanged in the SIM.
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The default selected phonebook is the one located in your phone. It can hold
3KRQHERRNVHOHFW up to 299 names and be reset at once using the Reset phonebook option.
Depending on SIM card capacity, names added to this phonebook can then be
copied into the SIM phonebook (see “Copy to SIM” page 41).
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If you are using a SIM card for the first time, follow the standard SIM card
installation procedure as described page 8, then go to the section titled “Add
names in the phonebook” below.
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To add a name in the SIM phonebook, proceed as follows:
1
2
Pressp to enter the phonebook, select New, then press ,.
Enter the name, then the number of your choice and press ,.
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L
3
A number can contain a maximum of 40 digits, depending on your SIM card.
Entering all numbers, including local ones with international prefix, country code
and area code will allow you to dial them from any location.
Select the type of number allocated to the name: Phone, Fax or Data and
press , to confirm and store this name in your phonebook.
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The phonebook located in your phone holds more information fields than the
SIM phonebook, and handles:
• First and last names fields
up to 20 characters
• Numbers fields (Mobile, Work, etc.)
up to 40 digits and 1 "+"
•
Extra fields (e-mail and note)
•
Group selection
up to 50 characters
You can create up to 299 records holding up to 5 numeric fields of your choice
(e.g. 2 mobile numbers or 3 work numbers for the same name) out of a
maximum of 7 fields.
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Press , and select Phonebook, New, then press ,.
Enter the last, then the first name of your choice and press ,.
One of the two name fields can be empty, but not both. To go back to the
previous field, press e.
In the New field carousel, select the number type of your choice (Mobile,
Fax, Data, Pager, Home, Work) or one of the two alphanumeric fields
(Note, e-mail) and enter the relevant number or text. Then press , to
save this new record.
If you wish, then select the Group this name will belong to and press ,
to confirm. By selecting Phonebook, Phonebook settings, then Groups
setting, you can associate a specific Melody and Picture to each available
group, as well as Rename groups. In all cases, press , to save settings
or changes (see “See & hear who’s calling: Fotocall” page 15 for complete
information).
When receiving a call from a contact associated to a group, the melody
and/or picture defined for this group will automatically ring and/or appear
on the screen.
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The "Own number" item that appears in the phonebook should contain your
own phone number(s). If not, we advise you to enter your mobile number(s) as
well as any other relevant information.
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Although all its fields can be empty, the "Own number" item cannot be deleted.
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Once you have stored names in your phonebook, pressp when in idle mode
to access the Phonebook. You can search for a name in the phonebook by
pressing the right alphanumeric key ( e.g., press 8 twice to access the letter
"U". The first name starting with this letter is selected in the list. Depending on
the phonebook you have selected, you will have access to part or all of the
following options:
• copy to phone
• delete
• call
• copy to SIM
• associate a voice dial • change name
• send a message • show
• flash dial
• include in a group
• make default
• change type
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Select a name in the SIM card phonebook, then press , to access one of the
following options:
- Delete to delete the selected name and number,
- Change to change the selected name and all related information,
- Copy to phone to copy the selected name and all related
information into the phonebook located in your phone.
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Add a field
1
2
3
To add a new field to an existing record, select the name of your choice,
select Show and press ,.
Select <New> and press ,. Choose the type of field to be added and
press ,. Enter the number or text, then press , to save changes.
Repeat steps 1 and 2 to add up to 6 fields to the same record. Make a
short press on e to go back to the previous menu, or a long press to
go back to idle mode.
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Numbers or text will appear in order of creation date. The first fax or phone
number you enter becomes the default number. As such, it appears first in the
list. To make another number default, see “Make default” page 40.
Alphanumeric fields (note and e-mail) can only be changed or deleted.
Change a field content
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2
3
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To change the contents of a field in an existing record, select the name of
your choice, press ,, select Show and press , again.
Then select the field to be changed in the list, press ,, select Show and
press , again; the details of the selected field appear (number entered,
check mark icon if it is the default call number, icon corresponding to the
type of number, etc.). Press , to access the next carousel.
In the carousel that appears, select Change and press
changes required and press , to save them.
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Change a field type
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If you copied your SIM phonebook into your phone, some numbers might appear
as being of "No type" and don’t have any icon. "No type" numbers can only be
changed: follow the procedure described below to define a type for these
numbers or to change the type of any other saved number.
To change a field type of an existing record, repeat steps 1 to 3 of the “Change
a field content” paragraph. Then select Change type in the carousel menu,
select the new type of number and press , to confirm your choice.
Delete a field
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To delete a field of an existing record, repeat steps 1 to 3 of the “Change a field
content”paragraph. Then select Delete in the carousel menu, and press , to
confirm.
Make default
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The first number you enter when creating a new record becomes the default
number: it will appear first on the fields list and is automatically called when
pressing the pick-up key or when pressing , and selecting the Call or Send
SMS option.
To change the default number (e.g. make the "Work" number default instead of
the "Home" number), repeat steps 1 to 3 of the “Change a field content”
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Phonebooks
paragraph. Then select Make default in the carousel menu, and press , to
confirm.
Copy to SIM
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As mentioned earlier, entering names in the SIM phonebook can be useful if you
change phones frequently. If you copy phone numbers into the SIM card, your
phonebook is always updated when switching phonebooks or when using
another phone.
To copy a number into the SIM card phonebook, repeat steps 1 to 3 of the
“Change a field content”paragraph. Then select Copy to SIM and press ,.
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The Phonebook menu Phonebook
[Phone phonebook selected]
features information
<New>
related to each name
Last name > First name > Pager / Home /Work /
stored in the selected
Mobile / Fax / Data / Note / e-mail > Group
phonebook.
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Change name / Call / Send SMS / Delete / Show
one phonebook to the other, the
(Copy to SIM, Voice Dial, Flash dial, Make
Phonebook menu contents may
default, Change type) / Select group
vary.
[SIM phonebook selected]
< New >
As for the Messages
Enter name > Enter number > Number type >
menu, it allows you
Data/Phone/fax
to manage the
[Name selected]
messages in your
Call / Send SMS / Voice dial / Flash dial / Delete /
voice mailbox, short messages
Change / Copy to phone
(SMS) to be sent or read, the
Messages
settings for all messages including
Send SMS / Read SMS / SMS Settings / Reset /
broadcast messages. You can delete
Broadcast SMS
all messages at once via the Reset
command.
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The emergency number will call the nearest emergency centre of your area. In
most cases, you can call this number even if you haven’t entered your PIN code
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yet.
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card being inserted. 112: standard emergency number for Europe (also for UK:
999).
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1
2
To call this number, enter it in idle mode by pressing the corresponding
keys, or press , and select Phonebook > View names list
> Emergency number.
Press ( to dial and press ) to hang up.
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Enter a number
In idle mode, enter a number by pressing the corresponding keys. Press ( to
dial and press ) to hang up.
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Select a name
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Pressing , will let you access a carousel allowing you to call this number, store
it or send a SMS.
1
Presscand select the record of your choice.
2
If you selected the phonebook in your SIM card:
3
If you selected the phonebook in your phone:
- once the record is selected, simply press ( to call, or
- press , twice to access the next carousel, then select Call and
press , to dial the number.
To call the default number:
- once the record selected, simply press ( to dial, or
- press , to access the record carousel, then select Call.
• To call any other number, choose Show once the record is selected
and choose a number type in the list (Mobile, Home, etc.). Press ,
to access the next carousel and select Call.
•
4
In all cases, press ) to hang up.
Use Flash dial
In idle mode, press and hold a key between 2 and 9 to dial the associated
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entry (see “Flash dial” page 16): connection is established. Press ) to hang
up.
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In addition to calling people, you can also send them text messages, called SMS,
together with a melody or an emotion icon (optional). These short messages
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messages
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can be sent to any correspondent (saved in the phonebook or not) and are
displayed on their mobile phone screen when received.
The Send SMS item of the Messages menu allows you to:
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• send a standard or customised short text message to someone,
• edit the last message sent to modify it if needed and send it again,
• add an iMelody, pre-defined sounds, an animation or a picture to your
message.
The Standard SMS messages are displayed one after another: Please call me
back at... for example allows you to select a pre-configured message including
your number, if this number is the first one of the Own num. option (see
page 42).
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To a name in the list
•
1
2
•
1
To the default number if there are several (phonebook in phone)
or to the unique phone number (phonebook in SIM)
Pressp, select the name of your choice and press ,.
Select Send SMS and press ,, then select the type of message to be
sent and press ,. Enter your message, attach a graphic or a sound if you
wish, then select Send now or Save (see below).
To the number of your choice (phone name list only)
Presscand select the entry of your choice, then press ,, select
Show and press ,.
2
Select the number of your choice and press,.
3
Proceed as described in step 2 of the previous paragraph.
To any other name
To send a short message to someone whose number isn’t stored in the
phonebook, press ,and select Messages, then Send SMS and New. Enter the
phone number to which the message should be sent to and press ,. Then
follow the instructions decribed above to send a message.
Together with an attachment
This option allows you to attach a sound, icon or animation to your message.
Depending on the type of file you want to attach, select Add graphic to attach
a bitmap image or an animation, and/or Add sound to attach a melody. Select
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messages
the sub-menu of your choice, then one of the available items in the list that
appears, and press , to confirm and attach it to your message.
L You can send up to 2 attachments of 2 different types together with your SMS.
Animations and pictures are exclusive: if you first select an animation, then a
picture, only the picture will be taken into account and vice-versa.
Some icons, animations and sounds are pre-defined and shipped as standard
with your mobile phone. Personal pictures and sounds, e.g., that you have
received via SMS or e-mail and then stored in the relevant menus, will
automatically appear in the "Own" sub-menus (Own melodies, Own
animations, etc.). You cannot send "Own" items via SMS when they are
copyright-protected.
Send now
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Allows you to send the current message once you entered it (to learn how to
enter text and numbers, see page 4). Press , to confirm.
Save
Allows you to store the current message and its associated icon and melody if
any. Press , to confirm.
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The Read SMS item of the Messages menu allows you to consult the list of SMS
you have saved and received, as well as delete, reply, re-send or forward these
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messages.
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Received Messages
The messages you received and already read are labelled with
. Messages
received but not yet read are labelled with s. Select a message and press ,
to read it. When displayed, press , to access the following options:
- Reply to the sender and send him a message,
- Forward the selected message (choose the recipient in the phonebook or
enter a phone number manually),
- Delete the selected message,
- Store number of the sender if it is attached to the message,
- Store melody if a melody was sent together with the SMS (see “Downloaded
and own melody” page 24),
- Store graphic(s) if one or several graphics and/or animations were sent
together with the message,
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messages
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- Extract a number included in the message itself, if this number is included in
double quotes (several numbers can be included and extracted),
- Call the sender of the message (operator-dependent).
- Move to archive allows you to store read messages in the phone memory.
Saved messages can then be consulted by pressing , and selecting
Messages, SMS Archive.
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Moving a message to the archive list deletes it from the read SMS list.
- Edit a message in the Read or Archive folder, modify it and resend it to
someone (you can add a picture or a sound).
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If a picture or a sound was attached to the message you edit, you must first
detach it and store it in the Picture album or in tthe Own melod. menu of the
ringers list. Then re-attach it to your message (see page 44).
Saved Messages
The messages you sent are labelled with
in normal mode or with t in auto
save SMS mode (see page 47). Select the message you want and press , to
read it. When displayed, press , to access the options described above in
“Received Messages”, including storing the caller’s number.
Delete all
Allows you to delete all the messages of either the Read SMS (messages on SIM
card) or Archive (messages in phone) lists of the Messages menu.
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Allows you to consult all read messages you saved. You save a message by
0RYHWRDUFKLYH activating the Auto saved SMS option (see page 47), or by selecting a received
message, pressing , twice and selecting Move to archive..
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This menu allows you to customise your SMS via the options described below.
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SMS centre
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Allows you to select your default SMS centre. If not available on your SIM
card, you must enter your SMS centre number.
Signature
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Allows you to sign your SMS. This signature consists of a series of characters
showing your default "Own number". This forms a signature that is transmitted
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messages
at the end of your message. The length of the message is consequently reduced.
You can edit the signature, modify and save it.
Validity period
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Allows you to select the length of time your message is to be stored in your
SMS centre. This is useful when the recipient is not connected to the network
(and thus cannot receive your message immediately).
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Reply path
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You can activate or deactivate this option, which allows you to transmit your
SMS message centre number with the message. Your correspondent can then
reply using your own SMS centre and not theirs. This speeds up the rate of
transmission.
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Delivery report
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You can activate or deactivate this option which informs you via a written
message whether your SMS was received or not.
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Auto save SMS
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Allows you to activate or deactivate the automatic saving of messages sent in
the Archive menu.
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This menu allows you to activate or deactivate the reception of SMS broadcast
%URDGFDVW606 by the network to all subscribers. When activated, this service causes the
mobile to listen to messages which are regularly transmitted to all subscribers
on the network.
Reception
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Allows you to activate/deactivate the reception of cell broadcast messages.
When selecting On, you must define one or several topics as described below.
Topics
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Allows you to define the type of messages you want to receive. To define a new
type, select <New>, enter the code provided by the operator, and, if desired,
associate a name. If you select an existing type in the list, you can change or
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delete it. You can enter up to 15 different types in the list. To obtain the codes
corresponding to the different types, contact your operator.
District codes
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Allows you to select the type of messages you would like to be permanently
displayed on the idle screen. As a result, for this special handling of the message,
you must enter the type in both the District code and the Topics menu.
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This menu provides you with the list of outgoing and incoming calls, as well as
attempts at auto redialling and call details. The calls made, missed and received
are displayed in chronological order with the most recent on top of the list.
When the Call list is empty the screen displays List empty.
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Press , then select Call list and press , twice to display the call list. Press
, again to consult the date, time, number, call status of any selected call and
to know if it was sent or received. Press , for access to a carousel which
allows you to Call this correspondent, Send a SMS, Delete the selected call or
Store the associated number.
L You can directly access the Call list by moving left or right while in idle mode. You
can also select a record in the Call list and press ( to dial the corresponding
number.
Press ,, select Call list, then Reset. Press , to reset the Call list.
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Your mobile phone features an Organiser
Organiser which allows you to
Events
manage and co-ordinate various
<New>
events including meetings.
Holiday / Meeting / ToDo
Events can be viewed in different ways (day, week or
[Event selected]
month views), can be changed or deleted at any
Delete / Change
moment, as well as repeated according to specific
Day view
frequencies. The “Organiser alerts” (see page 25)
Week view
allow you to be alerted by a beep when events are
Month view
due (e.g., 5 mn before a meeting).
Delete past
Also, data exchanges and synchronisation of your
organiser can be performed via a USB cable Extras
connected to your phone and to the external device.
Call counters / Brick game* /
As for the Extras menu, it features
Memory status / Calculator /
easy-to-use items such as a
Alarm clock / Memo
Calculator, an Alarm clock, Call L * This menu can be subscription
counters which will let you manage
dependent. As such its icon and
your call costs, memo and conversation recording.
content may vary.
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This menu allows to create events and store them in your organiser. Events can
be Meetings, Holidays or ToDos. When the organiser alert in On (see page 25),
a beep alerts you when an event is due.
1
2
3
Press ,, select Organiser > Events and press ,.
Select <New> and press ,.
Select the type of event to create (Holiday, Meeting, ToDo) and press
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5
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7
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Enter the starting and ending date & time of the event and press ,,
enter the text concerning the event (e.g. "Meeting with Smith") and press
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The Set Reminder menu reminds you of events via alerts triggered at
times you choose. Move left or right to set the Reminder for this event
and press ,.
This menu only applies to Meeting and ToDo events. Note that the reminder
depends on the time set and displayed on the screen. As such, it will be updated
when changing time zones (see “Time and date” page 28).
Move left or right to set the Repeat Event option for this event and press
,.
The events will be listed using start times and date. Back to the events list,
- press and hold e to go back to idle mode, or
- repeat steps 2 to 7 to create as many events as needed.
The organiser shares the mobile capacity and memory with other features
(phonebook, picture album, voice memo, etc.). As a consequence, all features
are inter-dependent: the more events you create, the less names, memos or
images you can store, and vice-versa. 299 is the maximum number of events +
names you can store.
If "List full" appears, delete an event (or name) to be able to create a new one.
To check the memory available in your phone, press , and select Extras,
then Memory status.
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Changing an event
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1
2
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When creating an event, some fields are not available to help you create it more
quickly. Nevertheless, they become available when changing that event.
To change an event, press , and select Organiser, Events, then the
event of your choice and press ,.
When your phone displays the details of the selected event, press ,,
select Change and press , again.
Changing a repeated event will also modify all instances of this event: in this case,
press , to confirm.
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Change any information as needed and as described above.
Deleting an event
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•
1
2
Deleting a single event
Press , to enter the main menu, select Organiser, Events, then the
event of your choice and press , twice.
Select Delete and press , to confirm.
•
Deleting a repeated event
By selecting a past occurrence
1
2
Press , and select Organiser, Events, then a past occurence of an event
and press ,.
When the event details appear, press ,, then select Delete and press
to confirm: only the past occurences of the selected event are
deleted.
,
By selecting a future occurence
1
2
Press , to enter the main menu, select Organiser, Events, then a future
occurence of an event and press ,.
When the event details appear, press ,, then select Delete and press
, to confirm: all occurences of the selected event are deleted.
Deleting passed events
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You can also delete past events by selecting Delete past at the first level of the
Organiser menu. To do so, proceed as follows:
1
2
3
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Press ,, select Organiser > Delete past, and press ,.
Enter the starting date (past or future) from which all previous events will
be deleted and press ,.
Press , to confirm. In this case, all events preceeding this date will be
deleted.
To delete all events set in your organiser, enter a starting date several years
ahead (e.g., 12/31/2010). This way, you make sure all events preceeding this
date are deleted at once.
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Extras
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The Day view, Week view and Month view display in the selected format all
events stored in your organiser. To display events in these views, proceed as
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follows:
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Press ,, select Organiser > the view of your choice and press ,.
1
2
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Once you entered the selected view, move left or right, to display the
previous or next day, week or month.
Press , to display the list of corresponding events or to create a new
one.
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Although changing time zones is necessary when travelling a lot, be aware that
it will impact all organiser reminders: the event alarms will be updated
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according to the time displayed on the screen (see “Time and date” page 28).
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This menu enables you to manage the Call counters, Memo, Alarm clock,
Calculator and a Brick game.
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This menu can be subscription dependent. As such its icon and contents may
vary.
This menu gives you access to a game which consist of breaking a complete set
of bricks with a ball and a racket. When you have destroyed the last brick, you
can access the next level. Keys used as follows:
4 and
6
* and
#
0
To move left or right
To throw the ball left or right
To pause the game; pause time is limited to 2 mn after
which the screen returns to idle mode and the game is lost.
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This menu allows you to handle the cost and duration of your calls.
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Organiser &
Extras
•
Accumulated call timer
Select this option and press , to Show or Reset the time duration of
Outgoing or Incoming calls.
•
Accumulated cost (subscription dependent)
Allows you to display the accumulated cost and to set the counter to
zero. It may be protected by PIN or PIN2 codes.
Shows how much has been spent, having established the
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charge rate.
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Allows you to check the remaining credit (compared
with previously set limit).
Allows you to cancel the cost limit. It may be protected
by PIN or PIN2 codes (depending on your
subscription).
Allows you to enter the cost limit used in the Show
balance menu.
Allows you to set or change the rate per unit. First
enter the currency used (three characters maximum)
then enter the cost per unit.
•
Info at call end (subscription dependent)
Allows you to activate or deactivate the systematic display of the length
and/or cost of each call when hanging up.
•
Last call information (subscription dependent)
This menu allows you to display the duration and/or cost of your last call.
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Allows you to reset the current Accumulated cost to 0;
requires your PIN2 code.
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Horoscope
Allows you to display today’s or a selected date’s horoscope, after your sign has
been set.
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Select Settings and press ,. If you know your sign, select it from the Select
sign menu, otherweise, select Set birth date, press , and enter you
birthdate. Press , to display the corresponding sign.
Back to the Horoscope menu, select Today or Other day depending on the
horoscope you want to consult (in the second case, enter the relevant date
before pressing ,).
Lunar calendar
The Lunar calendar gives you the correspondence between Gregorian and
Chinese calendars by displaying the corresponding date in lunar mode from a
selected Gregorian date.
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Features requiring date & time information (e.g. organiser events) depend on
Gregorian dates only.
Press , to access the date edition window. Change the date if needed by
pressing the corresponding keys, then press , to convert to lunar mode.
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This menu allows you to display the percentage of memory available in your
0HPRU\6WDWXV phone. Several features share the mobile capacity (images, own melodies, etc.).
Press , to check the memory status showing the memory used out of the
total amount available, and press , again to access the list.
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If "List full" appears when saving a new item or to free memory space, you must
delete an item (e.g,, a name or an event) to be able to create or add a new one.
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This menu provides the following functions:
Addition
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By pressing the * key.
Subtraction
By pressing the * key twice.
Multiplication
By pressing the * key 3 times.
Division
By pressing the * key 4 times.
Equals
By pressing the # key.
Enter the figures using the keypad. Calculator accuracy is to 2 decimal places
and is rounded up to the higher decimal figure. Press e to correct the
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Extras
numbers. Press and hold
return to idle mode.
0 to get the dot. Press and hold e twice to
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This menu allows you to set the alarm clock. Select Extras, Alarm clock, then
press left or right to activate it. Enter the time, then press , and select:
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- Once activates the alarm at a set hour on a set day,
- Every day activates the alarm at a set hour every day of the week,
- On weekdays activates the alarm at a set hour on weekdays only.
Then select one of the alarm alerts: the buzzer, a melody or a memo recording
if stored and press , to confirm your choice.
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The alarm clock will ring even if you turned off your phone, but NOT if the Ringer
volume is set to Off (see page 24). Press any key to stop the alarm ringing.
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If not included in your phone subscription, you must subscribe to an e-mail
account (over the phone or via Internet from a computer) and have received
the settings information from your provider. In this case, all parameters are
communicated to you by your provider and/or operator as described below
and must be entered as given.
If included in your subscription, you simply need to enter the login, password
and e-mail address of your e-mail account.
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Your mobile phone features an E-Mail
e-mail application allowing you to
Mailbox 1 / Mailbox 2
send and receive e-mails, like you
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would do from a PC (an attachment
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such as a jpeg image can also be included). E-mails
E-mail server**
can then be forwarded to someone else and
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attachments stored in your mobile phone.
Open Mailbox
This feature is subscription-dependent and specific
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information on availability and rates.
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options. Configuring them differently will allow
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you to have two different e-mail accesses/
addresses from your mobile phone.
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To enter text and numbers, including
specific signs such as @ or %, refer to the
characters table described page 6.
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As shown below, two types of settings must be configured before using
the e-mail feature: the settings you get from your operator, needed to connect
to the network (see “GSM network”), and the ones you get from the e-mail
service provider to connect to his server (see “E-mail server access”).
Your phone might have been pre-configured. In this case, most
parameters are already set and you don’t have to change them
(except for Login, Password and E-mail address which are defined by you when
you create an e-mail account).
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The Phone Number field allows you to enter the phone number provided by
your ISP and needed to establish a connection. Press left or right to select:
- ISDN Nber to enter an ISDN ISP number, OR
- Analogic Nber to enter an analogic number, then press ,.
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Contact your ISP to know what type of number you should select.
The Auto disconnection field allows you to select an inactivity time period after
which the phone automatically disconnects (if a connection was is progress)
from the network. Press left or right to select a value from 3 to 10mn and press
, to validate.
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The lack of exchanges with the network (connecting, sending an e-mail,
disconnecting) defines the inactivity time period leading to auto disconnection.
Login and Password were defined by you when you subscribed to your account.
Enter them also accordingly.
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The menus described in this section feature settings needed to connect to the
e-mail server of your Internet Service Provider (ISP) via your mobile phone.
Most parameters are communicated to you by service provider and must be
entered as given.
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Press ,, select E-mail then Mailbox 1, Settings and press ,.
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Select E-Mail server and press ,.
The fields to be completed are the following:
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The POP3 address field allows you to enter the IP or DSN address of the POP3
server, which is used to receive e-mails.
The SMTP address field allows you to enter the IP or DSN address of the POP3
server, which is used to send e-mails.
In some cases, Login, Password and E-mail address are defined by you when you
subscribe to your account. Enter them also as defined.
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The menus described in this section feature advanced settings that may have
been pre-configured, so that you shouldn’t have to change any of them.
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contact your ISP.
The fields of this menu are the following:
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POP3 port field allows you to enter the POP3 port number, which is used to
receive e-mails, and the SMTP port field allows you to enter the SMTP port
number, which is used to send e-mails.
The DNS address field allows you to enter the DNS address of the external
data network you want to connect to. The SMPT authentication item allows
you to activate/deactivate the authentication process with the SMTP server.
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In most European countries, this menu should be set to Off: your e-mails will
NOT be sent if set to On. Contact your provider for complete information.
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The Send mail menu allows you to send e-mails to one or several recipients at
the same time, including an attachment such as a jpeg image. Once received,
your messages can be forwarded and the attachments viewed with on
appropriate software.
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the one you wish to use. Select Send mail and press ,.
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Move down to select Add addressee and press , to access the list.
If you select the phonebook "On SIM card", you will not be able to access any
e-mail address, but an edit window will allow you to enter one. See “Phonebook”
page 37 for information on phonebook selection.
Select a name in the list and press , to add it to your mailing list or
press e to cancel and go back to the previous sub-menu.
Back to the Addressees list, press , to Change the e-mail address or
to Remove it from the list, or select Add addressee, press , to access
the phonebook again and add new names to the mailing list.
Repeat steps 2 to 4 to add as many recipients as wanted.
Select Validate list and press ,. Then enter the subject of your e-mail
(you can leave this field empty) and press ,.
In the next window, enter the text of your e-mail (you can also leave this
field empty). Press , when ready to send your e-mail.
To learn how to enter text, see “Text or number entry” page 4. If you exit the
Send e-mail menu before sending your e-mail, its contents are deleted without
being stored.
Select Modify mail and press , if you want to change the contents of
your e-mail. This brings you back to step 2: follow the instructions from
there to complete the list of recipients and send your e-mail.
Select Send now and press , to send your e-mail. Your mobile phone
connects to the Internet server, sends your e-mail to the names present
in your mailing list, then disconnects.
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You can cancel this operation by pressing and holding the e key. Your mobile
will then disconnect from the network, exit the e-mail menu and go back to idle.
Disconnection also occurs each time you enter the Settings menu while a
connection is in progress. In this case, your e-mail is lost.
Depending on the call settings you configured (see “Call waiting” page 33), you
can receive calls during an e-mail connection. In this case, and if you accept the
incoming call, your phone switches to the call screen context and the e-mail
menu is closed; the phone goes back to idle when you hang up.
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1 Repeat steps 1 to 7 described above. Select Attach file and press ,.
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A list appears, showing the available JPEG files. Select the image you wish
to send and press ,.
You can only attach one JPEG file at a time. If you exit the Send e-mail menu
before sending your e-mail, its contents (including attachment) are deleted
without being stored.
Select Modify mail or Send now and press , to confirm.
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E-mails are received on a server, which you must connect to in order to
retrieve your e-mails on your mobile phone (some operators send you a SMS
when you receive a new e-mail). You must first download the headers from the
server before retrieving the corresponding e-mails.
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Press , and select E-mail, then Mailbox 1 or Mailbox 2 depending on
the one you wish to use. Select Open mailbox and press ,.
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Your mobile phone automatically connects to the e-mail server and
downloads the e-mails headers. If you didn’t receive any e-mail, List empty
is displayed on the screen. Otherwise, the e-mail headers are displayed in
the form of a list.
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The total number of mails received and pending on the server is displayed
on the top of the screen, as well as the number of pages needed to display
all headers.
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Your mobile phone retrieves five e-mails headers at a time. If Next
(respectively Previous) appears at the end (respectively beginning) of the
list, other e-mails headers are pending: select one of the available options
and press , to retrieve them.
An e-mail without any attachment may be automatically displayed in the details
screen.
Headers information
Select a header, press ,, select Details and press , again to see the
address it was sent from, the date and time at which it was sent, its subject and
the size of the attachment if any. The following status icons may appear in
regards to each header:
[No icon]
The e-mail can be downloaded.
The e-mail size is too large, it cannot be downloaded.
The e-mail is marked to be deleted (see page 63).
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Simply select one of the retrieved e-mail headers and press ,. Then select
Get mail and press , to download the e-mail. Repeat this operation to
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download each e-mail corresponding to each selected header.
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You can also press , to access the e-mail header’s carousel and select Get
mail from the available options. If the e-mail is too big (over 7 KB), it will be
rejected and the download is cancelled.
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If the e-mail you have received contains attachments (JPEG image, text file or
another e-mail), they are characterised by a specific icon:
Contains the details of the e-mail header (date and time,
sender’s e-mail address, etc.), press , to display these details.
The text of the e-mail itself can viewed as an attachment, press
, to read it. There isn’t any advanced options in this case: it
can be read, but not stored nor forwarded.
A text file (text only, ".txt" format) is attached to the e-mail,
press , to read it. There isn’t any advanced options in this
case either.
The application needed to manage this attachment isn’t available
in your phone, or the e-mail is too large to be uploaded.
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Another e-mail is attached to the one you received (up to five
e-mails can be attached one after the other). There isn’t any
advanced options for an attached e-mail: it can be read, but not
stored nor forwarded.
An image at the JPEG format is attached to this e-mail. Select the
attached image in the list and press , twice to store it in your
mobile phone (you can rename it if you wish).
You must have stored an image before being able to visualise it via the Picture
album menu. See “Images album” page 21 for detailed information on this
subject. If there isn’t enough memory to store the new image, you must delete
an item (name, event or image) to be able to store a new one.
An image may not be accepted by your mobile phone if it is too large, or if it
doesn’t have the right file format. When receiving an image via e-mail, proceed
as follows to obtain optimal results:
- The image received must have been saved in JPEG format, eventually
featuring the extension JPG, JPE or JPEG.
- The size of the image file should not exceed 7 KB.
- The optimal size is 101 x 69 pixels (maximum height is 128 pixels, and
maximum width 160 pixels), in 24 bits in order to be displayed correctly. We
recommend you use a standard picture editing software to find the size of
the image you want to send to your mobile phone.
- Use a filename of maximum 10 characters. You can then add an extension
such as ".jpg".
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address; this menu item will NOT appear if you selected the SIM phonebook.
You can add the sender’s e-mail address to your phonebook, even when you
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access the e-mail address).
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Select Add to names and press ,. Then select:
- <new> to create a new name, enter first and last name then add the
associated e-mail address, or
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- a name in the list and press , to add the e-mail address to this
name card. If it already contains an e-mail address, you will be
prompted to press , to replace it.
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Select Delete, and press , to confirm and mark the e-mail to be
deleted. A small icon allows you to identify the header(s) of the list
corresponding to the e-mail(s) to be deleted.
To unmark the e-mail to be deleted, select this option again.
When you exit the E-mail menu, you will be asked to confirm deletion of
the selected item(s) from the e-mail server. Press , to confirm or e
to cancel (in this case, the marked e-mails remain in the list and aren’t
marked to be deleted anymore).
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Select the header of the e-mail you want to reply to, press , to access
the options menu, then select Reply and press ,.
The address of the sender, which you can modify (see “To one or several
recipients” page 59), is automatically added to the Addressees list. Select
Validate list and press ,.
A new screen appears, that contains the subject of the received e-mail
preceeded with Re: standing for "Reply". Press ,.
Enter the text of your mail, then press , to send it: select Send now
and press , to send your reply.
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In order to forward an e-mail to another recipient, you must first have
downloaded it (see “Download e-mails” page 61). From the Forward to option,
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proceed as described above in “Reply to an e-mail”.
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In both cases (reply to an e-mail or forward it), your phone will disconnect from
the server when it reaches the network inactivity time-out set in the Auto
disconnection menu. It will reconnect to this server when sending the e-mail.
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With some operators, WAP access parameters can be
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Your mobile phone supports services based on the Wireless Application
Protocol (WAP). The built-in WAP browser will allow you to access services
supplied with your network, such as news, sports, weather, timetables, etc.
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Your phone may have been pre-configured to directly access the services
offered (if not, see “Favourites” page 65). The Launch menu allows you to
access the online services provided with your operator. To access these
services, in idle mode, press ,, select Oper. Services, WAP, Launch and
press ,.
An animation shows the phone is connecting to the homepage. Once the
browser is launched, you are connected to your operator’s homepage. The
following commands enable you to navigate through the WAP pages:
• Move up or down to navigate the online pages.
• Press , to select an highlighted item.
• Press ( or ) to select the left or right option box displayed on the
screen.
• Press e to return to the previous page.
• Press and hold e to end the online session.
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During navigation, press * to access a special menu with the following
options (subscription dependent):
• Reload to reload the last card viewed.
• Mark site to add the previous deck to the user’s bookmark list (network
dependent).
• About... displays browser version and copyright information.
• Advanced displays a menu containing advanced commands:
- Show URL: to display the URL of the previous card,
- Goto URL: to fetch the content of the URL entered,
- Restart UP . browser: to empty the contents of the cache memory
and create a new session.
• Exit: to quit the WAP application and return to idle mode.
• Bookmarks to display the stored bookmarks.
• Security to display the security administration options (current certificates,
authentication, encryption, etc.). Also available via a long press on 0),
• long press on 1 to 9 requests the page bookmarked by Mark site
(subscription dependent).
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Allows you to store direct links to your favourite WAP pages.
Favourites
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Select Favourites and press ,, then select <New>, enter the name of
the WAP page of your choice (e.g. "Philips") and press ,.
Then enter the URL address of the homepage (e.g. http://
wap.pcc.philips.com) and press , to store it.
Entering this menu again allows you to Delete, Goto or Change this Favourite.
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Allows you to access the last pages browsed without reconnecting to online
services.
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This menu allows you to customise the way the pages are displayed on your
phone and to define the URL address that will allow you to download
iMelodies, pictures and animations.
Images
Images
To activate/deactivate the downloading of images attached to WAP pages. The
Off setting speeds up the global downloading time of the pages browsed.
Status icons
Status icons
To activate or deactivate the header display. Deactivating this function allows
you to gain an extra line of text on your screen.
Download fun URL
Down. Fun URL
To enter or change the URL of the Download fun server (depending on your
subscription, this field may be locked, preventing re-programming).
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Some pictures may have a specific file format, so that even though they are
displayed on the screen during a Wap session, you won’t be able to save them
in your phone.
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Several WAP profiles are available, which allow you to personnalize different
WAP accesses. If your phone was pre-configured, it shouldn’t be necessary for
you to change the connection access settings. Nevertheless, depending on your
subscription, you may configure the parameters described further.
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All options described below are operator and/or subscription dependent.With
some operators, you may be sent a SMS which contains new WAP access
parameters that will be stored automatically. Please contact your network
operator for detailed information on this subject.
The three access settings available in this menu are the following:
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Each of these settings allows you to:
- Visualise all parameters of the selected WAP profile (Gateway IP
Address, Homepage address, phone number, etc.),
- Activate the selected profile (which then becomes the default profile
and is used for connection),
- Change the parameters of the WAP profiles as described below.
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Some pre-configured profiles might be locked, preventing re-programming.
GSM Settings
GSM Settings
Allows you to enter or change the GSM settings and gives you access to the
following items:
Login
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Password
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Phone number
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Inactivity time
Login and Password allow you to enter the login and password needed. In both
cases, enter the information and press ,to confirm.
Phone Number allows you to enter the phone number needed to establish a
connection with your WAP Service Provider (ISP). Select Phone numbers and
press ,, then press up or down to select:
- ISDN No. to enter an ISDN ISP number, OR
- Analogic No. to enter an analogic number, then press ,.
Enter the "+" sign followed by the number provided by your operator and press
,.
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Contact your operator to know what type of number you should select.
Inactivity time allows you to enter an inactivity time period after which the
phone automatically ends the WAP session (if a connection was in progress)
and returns to idle screen. Select Inactivity time and press ,, then enter a
value (in second) of over 30 s. and press ,.
Change name
Change name
Allows you to enter or change the name of the selected WAP profile. Press
,, enter the name of your choice and press , to confirm.
Gateway
Gateway
Allows you to enter or change the IP address and port number (subscription
dependent) for the gateway: select Gateway and press ,, then enter the IP
Address and press ,.
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Homepage
Homepage
Allows you to enter the WAP address of the homepage, the first page displayed
when accessing the WAP services. Select Homepage and press ,. Then
enter the URL address of the homepage (e.g. www.philips.com) and press ,.
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have priority on the Homepage URL you defined.
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sending a SMS for which you may be charged.
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The phone supports standard GSM strings that can be sent from the keypad to
the network and used to activate services provided by the network.
• Example n° 1
Press * 4 3 #, then (, to activate the Call Waiting service.
• Example n° 2
Press * # 3 1 #, then (, to know if the mobile identification
has been sent.
• Example n° 3
Press * 6 1 #, then (, to activate the feature call forward if no
reply.
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Press * 6 2 #, then (, to activate the feature call forward if
unreachable.
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Some phone services (such as phone answering machines and pagers) require
your phone to transmit DTMF tones (Dual Tone MultiFrequency), also known
as “touch tones”. These are used to communicate passwords, callback
numbers, caller choices, and so on.
You can send DTMF tones at any time during a call by pressing any of the keys
0 to 9, * and #. You can also attach a DTMF sequence to a phone
number before dialling it (or storing it in the Phonebook). The phone number
and the DTMF part must be separated by a wait character.
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To obtain a pause or wait character, press and hold #. The display shows w
for a wait and p for a pause. The phone always interprets the first pause
character as a wait character. When you dial a number containing a wait
character, your phone dials the first part (the phone number) and then waits for
the call to be connected before sending the rest of the digits as DTMF tones.
Any subsequent pause character is an ordinary pause that generates a delay of
2.5 seconds.
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To hear all messages (e.g. code 3) on your answering machine (password 8421)
at phone number 12345678, you could call: 12345678w8421p3.
The phone dials 12345678 and waits for the call to be connected. When
connected, the phone transmits 8421 (the password), pauses 2.5 seconds, and
then sends the last digit. If you find that 2.5 seconds is not long enough for your
needs, you can enter several pause characters one after the other to increase
the pause time.
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You can make a second call during an active call or during a call on hold. You can
switch between the two calls (the cost displayed on the screen depends on
local charge rate).
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is put on hold and the number is displayed at the bottom of the screen.
The second number is then dialled.
To toggle between the two calls, press , then select Switch calls. Each
time that you toggle from one call to another, the active call is placed on
hold and the call which was on hold is activated.
To hang up the active line, press ). The active line is hung up and the call
on hold remains as such.
To end the call on hold, use Switch calls to reach it, then press ).
Notes:
The second number can be dialled either from the keypad or from:
• the phonebook, by pressing p, then selecting the name to be called,
• the Call list, by pressing c , then selecting the number to be called.
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You are able to receive another call when already in communication (if this
feature is available with your subscription). When you receive a second call the
phone emits an alert beep and the screen displays Call waiting.
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Warning! To receive a second call, you must have:
• subscribed to this feature,
• deactivated the Call forward option for voice calls (see page 32),
• activated the Call waiting option (see page 33).
If you receive a second call, press ,, then you can:
• accept the second call: the first one is put on hold, the second one is active.
If you want to toggle between the two calls, press , then select Switch
calls. Each time you toggle from one call to another, the active call is put on
hold and the call which was on hold is then activated. To introduce the new
caller into a conference press , and select Conference.
• reject the second call
• end the active call, then your incoming call is ringing.
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you will never receive second calls since they are always forwarded when
the line is busy.
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While in communication and one call being put on hold, you may receive a third
call. The phone emits an alert beep. You can either end one of the calls before
being able to answer the third one or introduce the calling party into a
conference (see below). This service is limited to two current communications
(one active and one on hold).
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You can set up a conference call by making consecutive outgoing calls, or create
it from a multiparty call context. You may have up to five members at the same
time and end the conference with ). At this point all calls are disconnected.
In order to make consecutive outgoing calls, first initiate a normal call with the
first member of the conference. When the first member is on line, initiate a
second call as described in “Make a second call” above. When the second call
is engaged, press , and select Conference. Repeat the above process until
five members are connected.
If there is an incoming call during the conference call, and if there is less than
five members, you can accept this new call by pressing ,. Press , again
and then select Conference to add this member to the conference call. If there
is an incoming call during a conference with five members already connected,
you can answer this new incoming call, but not add it to the conference.
While a conference call is in progress, press , to access the Conf. members
options. Disconnect a member of the conference by selecting Remove party
and pressing , to confirm, or select Private call to have a private call with
this member only (other members are put on hold).
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when the transfer is completed. During a call press ,, select Transfer
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Radio waves
• Your phone transmits/receives radio waves in the GSM frequency (900 /
1800MHz).
• The GSM network controls transmission power (0.01 to 2 watts).
• Your phone complies with all relevant safety standards.
• The CE mark on your phone shows compliancy with Europeen electromagnetic
compatibility (Ref. 89/336/EEC) and low voltage directives (Ref. 73/23/EEC).
Your cellular mobile phone is your responsibility. To avoid damage to yourself, to
others or to the phone itself, read and follow all the safety instructions and make
them known to anyone borrowing your phone. Furthermore to prevent
unauthorised use of your phone:
• Keep your phone in a safe place and keep it out of small children's reach.
• Avoid writing down your PIN code. Try to remember it instead.
• Switch off the phone and remove the battery if you are going to leave it unused
for a long time.
• Use the Security menu to change the PIN code after purchasing the phone and to
activate call restriction options.
The design of your phone complies with all applicable laws and regulations. However
your phone may cause interference with other electronic devices. Consequently you
should follow all local recommendations and regulations when using your
cellular phone both at home and when away. Regulations on the use of cellular
phones in vehicles and aircraft are particularly stringent.
Your cellular mobile phone is a low power radio transmitter and receiver.
When it is operating, it sends and receives radio waves. The radio waves carry your
voice or data signal to a base station that is connected to the telephone network.
The network controls the power at which the phone transmits.
Public concern has been focused for some time on the possible health risks for users
of cellular phones. The current research on radio wave technology, including the
GSM technology, has been reviewed and safety standards have been drawn up to
ensure protection from exposure to radio wave energy. Your cellular telephone
complies with all applicable safety standards and the Radio Equipment and
Telecommunications Terminal Equipment Directive 1999/5/EC.
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Inadequately protected or sensitive electronic equipment may be affected by
radio energy. This interference can lead to accidents.
Always switch off your phone
• Before boarding an aircraft and or when packing the phone in your luggage.
• In hospitals, clinics, other health care centres and anywhere else where you may
be in the close vicinity of medical equipment.
• If you are a user of a pacemaker or hearing aid, or expect to use your cellular
phone in the immediate vicinity of someone who does, then take the
precautionary steps described below.
- Consult your physician and pacemaker or hearing aid manufacturer to
learn whether your particular device is susceptible to cellular phone
interference.
- Carry and hold your cellular phone at safe distance from the implanted
pacemaker device and electrode (20 cm is generally accepted as a "safe
distance", however it is advisable to check with your physician and
pacemaker manufacturer).
Always switch off your phone and do not remove the battery
• In areas with a potentially explosive atmosphere (e.g. petrol stations and also
areas where the air contains dust particles, such as metal powders).
• In a vehicle transporting flammable products (even if the vehicle is parked) or a
vehicle powered by liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), check first that the vehicle
complies with the applicable safety rules.
• In areas where you are requested to turn off radio transmitting devices, such as
quarries or other areas where blasting operations are in progress.
Check with the vehicle manufacturer that electronic equipment used in your
vehicle will not be affected by radio energy.
In order to improve the performance of your phone, reduce radio energy
emission, reduce battery consumption and ensure safe operation adhere
to the following guidelines:
• For the optimal and satisfactory operation of the phone you are recommended
to use the phone in the normal operating position (when not using in hands-free
mode or with a hands-free accessory).
• Do not expose your phone to extreme temperatures.
• Treat the phone with care. Any misuse will void the International Guarantee.
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• Do not immerse the phone in any liquid ; if your phone is damp, switch it off,
remove the battery and let them dry for 24hrs before using them again.
• To clean the phone, wipe it with a soft cloth.
• Placing and receiving calls consumes the same amount of battery energy.
However, the mobile consumes less energy in idle screen when kept in the same
place. When in idle screen and while you are moving, your phone consumes
energy to transmit updated location information to the network. Setting the
backlight for a shorter period of time as well as avoiding unnecessary navigating
in the menus will also help to save the battery’s energy for longer phoning and
stand-by performances.
Information displayed on the battery
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Your phone is powered by a rechargeable battery.
Use specified charger only.
Do not incinerate.
Do not deform or open the battery.
Do not allow metal objects (such as keys in your pocket) to short circuit the
battery contacts.
• Avoid exposure to excessive heat (>60°C or 140°F), moisture or caustic
environments.
You should only use Philips Authentic Accessories, as the use of any other
accessories may damage your phone and will make all guarantees for your Philips
phone null and void.
Make sure damaged parts are replaced immediately by a qualified technician and that
they are replaced with genuine Philips replacement parts.
Do not use your phone while driving
It lowers concentration, which can be dangerous. Adhere to the following
guidelines:
• Give your full attention to driving. Pull off the road and park before using the
phone.
• Respect the local regulations in countries where you drive and use your GSM
phone.
• If you want to use your phone in a vehicle, install the hands-free car kit which is
designed for that purpose, still ensuring you give full attention to driving.
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• Ensure that your phone and car kit do not block any airbags or other security
devices fitted in your car.
• The use of an alarm system to operate a vehicle's light or horn to indicate
incoming phone calls is prohibited on public roads in some countries. Check local
regulations.
EN 60950 Norm
In case of hot weather or after a prolonged exposure to the sun (e.g., behind a
window or a windscreen), the temperature of your phone's casing might increase,
especially when featuring a metallic finish. Be very careful in this case when picking
up your phone and also avoid using it with an ambient temperature over 40°C.
Environmental care
Remember to observe the local regulations regarding the disposal of your packaging
materials, exhausted batteries and old phone and please promote their recycling.
Philips has marked the battery and packaging with standard symbols designed to
promote the recycling and appropriate disposal of your eventual waste.
Battery:
The crossed-out dustbin signifies that the battery should not be
disposed of with general household waste.
Packaging:
The mobius loop symbol signifies the labelled packaging material is
recyclable.
The green point symbol signifies that a financial contribution has been
made to the associated national packaging recovery and recycling
system (e.g. EcoEmballage in France).
The chasing arrows symbol on the plastic tray and plastic bag indicate
that the materials are recyclable and also identifies the plastic material.
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PROBLEM
SOLUTION
The phone does
not switch on
Remove and reinstall the battery (see page 8). Then charge the
phone until the battery icon has stopped flashing. Finally, unplug
from the charger and try to switch the mobile on.
The display shows
BLOCKED when
you switch on
Somebody tried to use your phone but didn’t know the PIN code
nor the unblocking code (PUK). Contact your service provider.
The a and q
symbols are not
displayed
The network connection is lost. Either you are in a radio shadow
(in a tunnel or between tall buildings) or you are outside the
network coverage area. Try from another place or contact your
network operator for assistance/information about the network.
The display doesn't
respond (or
responds slowly) to
key pushes
The display responds more slowly at very low temperatures. This
is normal and does not affect the operation of the phone. Take the
phone to a warmer place and try again.
In other cases please contact your phone supplier.
Your phone doesn’t
go to idle screen
Press and hold e, or switch off the phone, check that the SIM
card and the battery are installed correctly, and switch it on again.
Your phone doesn’t
display the phone
numbers of
incoming calls
This feature is network and subscription dependent. If the network
doesn’t send the caller’s number, the phone will display Call 1
instead. Contact your operator for detailed information on this
subject.
You can’t send text
messages
Some networks don’t allow message exchanges with other
networks. Contact your operator for detailed information on this
subject.
You can’t receive
and/or store JPEG
images
An image may not be accepted by your mobile phone if it is too
large, or if it doesn’t have the right file format. See page 61 for
complete information on this subject.
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When charging the
battery, the
battery icon shows
no bars and the
outline is flashing
Only charge the battery in an environment where the temperature
does not go below 0°C (32°F) or above 50°C (113°F).
In other cases please contact your phone supplier.
You are not sure
that you are
receiving calls
properly
To receive all calls, make sure that none of the features
"Conditional call forward" or "unconditional call forward" is
activated (see page 32). This network and subscription dependent
feature may display one of the following icons:
When attempting
to use a feature in
the menu, the
mobile displays not
allowed
Some features are network dependent. They are only available,
therefore, if the network or your subscription supports them.
Contact your operator for detailed information on this subject.
The display shows
SIM failure
Check that the SIM card has been inserted in the right position
(see page 8). If the problem remains, your SIM card may be
damaged. Contact your operator.
The display shows
IMSI failure
This problem is related to your subscription. Contact your
operator.
The display shows
Insert your SIM
card
Check that the SIM card has been inserted in the right position
(see page 8). If the problem remains, your SIM card might be
damaged. Contact your operator.
Your phone doesn’t
work well in your
car
A car contains many metallic parts that absorb electromagnetic
waves which can affect the phone’s perfomances. A car kit is
available to provide you with an external antenna and enables you
to phone without handling the handset.
F call forward unconditional to number
f call forward unconditional to voice mailbox
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You should check with local authorities if you are allowed to phone
while driving.
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Call barring
Call forwarding
Call restriction
Call transfer
Cell broadcast
GSM
Home Zone
Local network
Enables you to restrict or bar certain or all types of calls to and from
your mobile phone, i.e. outgoing calls, outgoing international calls,
incoming calls. Barring is activated with a personal code. To use this
service, it must be supported by your network and by your phone.
You may also have to add this service to your subscription.
This feature allows you to program a number to which all incoming
calls will be automatically rerouted.
Enables you to restrict or bar certain or all types of calls to and from
your mobile phone, i.e. outgoing calls, outgoing international calls,
incoming calls. To use this service, it must be supported by your
network and by your phone. You may also have to add this service to
your subscription.
Enables you to transfer a caller to another number. To use this
service, it must be supported by your network and by your phone.
You may also have to add this service to your subscription.
Used now in GSM particularly, this paging service allows an operator
to spread short information messages to all or dedicated subscriber
surrounding a cell or a region.
Global System for Mobile communications - Digital wireless
telecommunications standard widely used throughout the world and
used by your phone. GSM 900 uses 900 MHz frequency band,
whereas GSM 1800 uses 1800 MHz frequency band (see “Other
operator services” page 69).
A particular area within your home network. If this feature is
provided by your home network, the home zone symbol is displayed
indicated that you are currently within the home zone.
The network where you are making a call. This may be your home
network or another GSM network.
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PIN
PIN2
Public Names
PUK
PUK2
Roaming
URL
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Personal Identification Number - An optional code used for all
GSM-based phones to establish a personal authentication access to
the phone menu. The PIN code is commonly given with your
subscription and is the secret code of the SIM card.
Another authorisation code which is used only for special services.
Function that allows you to restrict dialling to selected numbers.
Personal Unblocking Code - Used to unlock a blocked SIM card by
entering a wrong PIN code 3 times. This is not commonly delivered
with your subscription and several operators may apply a severe cost
on this type of service.
Used to unlock a blocked SIM card by entering a wrong PIN2 code 3
times.
Traveling outside a wireless carrier's or subscriber's local or home
coverage area. There is usually an additional charge for roaming.
Uniform Resource Locator - URLs are the Internet equivalent of
addresses. Like other types of addresses, they move from the general
to the specific (from zip code to recipient, so to speak), e.g.,
http://www.pcc.philips.com/mobilephones/index.html
http:/ (protocol)
/www.pcc.philips.com (server address or domain)
/mobilephones/ (directory in which the file index.html resides).
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When performance counts... Philips Authentic Accessories are designed to
maximise the performance of your Philips mobile phone.
CHARGERS
Cigarette Lighter Adapter 12-24 V
• Charges the battery while you use your phone.
• Plugs into virtually any vehicle power outlet.
HANDS-FREE KITS
Compact car kit
• Designed to operate your Philips mobile phone
hands-free, using the built-in speakerphone unit and
the mobile’s microphone.
• Simply plug the kit into the vehicle auxiliary outlet.
• Easy to use, this compact hands-free solution offers
a high audio quality while also charging your mobile.
Deluxe and extra-deluxe hands-free headsets
• In-line answer button offers you a simplified
alternative to searching for the phone keypad: you
answer an incoming call just by pressing the button.
In idle mode, a long press activates the voice dial.
• Xtra Deluxe headset is a painted version featuring
high quality metallic finish.
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CKSK 20/P - 9911 240 34306
Deluxe headset
HSLD 15/P - 9911 241 30024
Xtra Deluxe headset
HSUX 38/P - 9911 241 31006
In certain countries, telephoning while driving is
prohibited. For safe and trouble free installation, we
recommend that specialized technicians install handsfree car kits.
To maximise the performance of your Philips phone and not to void the warranty, always purchase Philips Authentic
Accessories that are specially designed for use with your phone. Philips Consumer Communications cannot be held liable for
any damage due to use with non authorised accessories. Ask for Philips Authentic Accessories where you purchased your
Philips Phone.
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1.
What Does This Limited Warranty Cover?
Philips warrants to the original retail purchaser (“Consumer” or “You”)
that this Philips cellular product and all accessories originally provided by
Philips in the sales package (“Product”) are free from defects in materials, design and workmanship under normal use in accordance with the
operating instructions and pursuant to the following terms and conditions. This limited warranty extends only to the Consumer for Products
purchased and used in the original country of purchase. The limited warranty is valid only in Philips’ intended country of sales of the product.
2.
How Long is The Limited Warranty Period?
The limited warranty period for the Product extends for ONE (1) YEAR
from the date of purchase of the Product, documented by valid proof of
purchase. The limited warranty for original Philips rechargeable battery
extends for six (6) months from the date of purchase.
3.
What Will Philips Do if The Product is Not Free From Material Defects
in Materials and Workmanship During The Limited Warranty Period?
During the limited warranty period, Philips or its authorized service representative will, at its option either repair or replace, without charge for
parts or labour, a materially defective Product with new or refurbished
parts or Product and return such repaired or replaced Product to the
Consumer in working condition. Philips will retain defective parts, modules or equipment.
Repaired or replaced Product will be covered by this limited warranty
for the balance of the original limited warranty period or ninety (90) days
from the date of repair or replacement whichever is longer. Repair or
replacement of Product, at Philips’ option is your exclusive remedy.
4.
What is Not Covered By This Limited Warranty?
This limited warranty does not cover::
a)
Product that has been subjected to misuse, accident, shipping or
other physical damage, improper installation, abnormal operation
handling, neglect, inundation, fire, water or other liquid intrusion; or
b) Product that has been damaged due to repair, alteration, or modification by anyone not authorized by Philips; or
c) Product that has reception or operation problems caused by signal
conditions, network reliability or cable or antenna systems; or
d) Product defects or problems caused by uses with non-Philips products or accessories; or
e) Product which warranty/quality stickers, product serial number or
electronic serial number has been removed, altered or rendered illegible; or
f) Product purchased, used, serviced, or shipped for repair from outside the original country of purchase, or used for commercial or institutional purposes (including but not limited to Products used for
rental purposes); or
g) Product returned without valid proof of purchase or which proof of
purchase has been altered or is illegible.
h) Normal wear and tear or Force Majeure.
5.
How Do You Get Warranty Service?
a)
Return the Product to an authorized service center of Philips. You
may contact the local Philips office for the location of the nearest
authorized service center.
b) The SIM card must be removed from the Product before it is given
to Philips. Philips assumes no liability for damaged or loss of the SIM
card or the data contained therein.
c) If the Product failure is not covered by this limited warranty, or this
limited warranty is inapplicable, void or invalid due to any terms and
conditions stated herein, the Consumer will be charged for the cost
of repair or replacement of the Product and all other related cost
incurred in repairing or replacing the Product.
d) IMPORTANT - you are required to return the Product together
with a valid proof of purchase which must identify the point of purchase, date of purchase, Product model and Product serial number
clearly.
6. Other Limitation: This Warranty is The Entire Agreement.
EXCEPT FOR THE EXPRESS WARRANTIES SET FORTH ABOVE AND
THOSE IMPLIED BY LAW AND WHICH CANNOT BE EXCLUDED
OR MODIFIED BY AGREEMENT, PHILIPS PROVIDES NO OTHER
WARRANTY WHETHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED (WHETHER BY
STATUTE, UNDER THE OPERATION OF LAW OR OTHERWISE)
AND SPECIALLY DISCLAIMS ANY WARRANTY OF SATISFACTORY
QUALITY MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE.
PHILIPS’ TOTAL LIABILITY FOR DAMAGES RELATING TO OR ARISING OUT OF THE PURCHASE OR USE OF THE PRODUCT, REGARDLESS OF THE TYPE OR CAUSE OF SUCH DAMAGE OR THE
FORM OR CHARACTERISATION OF THE CLAIM ASSERTED (E.G.
CONTRACT OR TOPIT), SHALL NOT EXCEED THE ORIGINAL
PURCHASE PRICE PAID FOR THE PRODUCT.
HOWEVER IN NO EVENT SHALL PHILIPS BE LIABLE FOR ANY PUNITIVE, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, INDIRECT OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES (INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE LOSS OF USE,
LOSS OF TIME, INCONVENIENCE, COMMERIAL LOSS, LOST PROFITS, LOST BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES, COST OF SUBSTITUTION
OF GOODS OR SERVICES, INVESTMENTS, DAMAGE TO GOODWILL OR REPUTATION, OR LOSS OF DATA AND CLAIMS BY
THIRD PARTIES) RESULTING FROM PURCHASE OR USE OF THE
PRODUCT, TO THE FULLEST EXTENT ALLOWED BY LAW,
WHETHER OR NOT PHILIPS HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILTY OF SUCH DAMAGES. THESE LIMITATIONS SHALL APPLY
NOTWITHSTANDING THE FAILURE OF THE ESSENTIAL PURPOSE
OF ANY LIMITED REMEDY.
This limited warranty represents the complete and exclusive agreement
between the Consumer and Philips with respect to this cellular Product
and it supercedes all prior agreements between the parties, oral or written, and all other communications between the parties relating to the
subject matter of this limited warranty. No carrier, retailer, agent, dealer, employee, thereof, or employee of Philips is authorized to make
modifications to this limited warranty and you should not rely on any
such representation.
This limited warranty does not affect the Consumer’s statutory rights
under applicable national laws in force.
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