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Discover your phone Back of the phone: external screen Screen mCamera (2) and MMS key Navigation (1) and , keys s SMS and Sound recording key )Hang up and Philips continuously strives to improve its products. Therefore, Philips reserves the rights to revise this user guide or withdraw it at any time without prior notice. Philips provides this user guide "as is" and does not accept, except as required by applicable law, liability for any error, omission or discrepancy between this user guide and the product described. The device is meant to be connected to GSM/GPRS networks. How to... on/off keys (Pick up key Cancel key Side keys (volume) Switch phone On /Off Press and hold ). Enter PIN code Enter your PIN code using the keypad and press , or # to confirm. Make a call Enter the phone number on the keypad and press ( to dial. Answer a call Press ( when your phone rings. End a call Press). Keypad Battery connector Headset connector Microphone (1) Navigation keys will be represented in the manual by the following signs: left </ >right , up + / -down. (2) Optional, the camera is an accessory, not included in the standard package and sold separately. Reject a call Press)or press and hold either side key (in this case, the phone must be closed). Quickly return to idle when browsing menus Press and hold press ). Set the ringer volume Press and hold either side key when in idle mode and when the phone is opened. Activate a programmed Voice command Press and hold , key. Quickly open the MMS menu Press m in idle mode. Quickly open the SMS menu Press s in idle mode. Launch WAP Press and hold 0. Access the Calculator Press<in idle mode. Access the Organiser Press>in idle mode. A short press on the side key will mute the ringer when you receive a call. Set conversation volume Press either side key during the call. Access the main menu Press , in idle mode. Access the Contacts Press- in idle mode. Use the Contacts Browse the list by moving+or-and press ( to call the selected name. Access the Call list Press+ or mode. Go to previous menu Press c. ( in idle c or Accessing the menus To access the main menu, press , when in idle mode. Use the navigation keys to browse the menus and press, to select a feature or an option, or press c to cancel. Another sub-menu or list will then appear. Pressing+or-will alternate between two options, such as Activate/Deactivate, On/Off, Increase/Decrease a value, etc. When navigating in a list, a scroll bar located on the right hand side of the screen shows your actual position in the list. With the navigation keys, you can then select or adjust all the functions of your phone as Events Some events may modify the idle screen (missed call, new message, etc.). Press,to access the corresponding menu or press c to go back to the idle screen. Table of contents 1. Getting started ............................................1 4. Text or number entry ......................... 10 Insert the SIM card ...........................................1 Switch on the phone ........................................2 Set date and time ..............................................2 Copy the SIM phonebook ...............................2 Charge the battery ...........................................3 Main features ................................................4 Access and view the phonebook ...................4 Make a call ..........................................................4 Answer and end a call ......................................4 Call handsfree ....................................................4 Change the ringer .............................................5 Activate the silence mode ..............................5 Activate the vibra alert ....................................5 Read your mobile phone number .................5 Mute/unmute the microphone .......................6 Record a conversation .....................................6 Adjust the earpiece volume ............................6 Clear the call list ...............................................6 Clear the SMS list .............................................6 Clear the phonebook .......................................6 Menu tree .......................................................7 T9 ® Text input .............................................. 10 Basic text input ............................................... 11 Contacts ....................................................... 12 Settings ............................................................. 12 Add contacts in a phonebook ..................... 13 Fotocall: see & hear who’s calling .............. 13 Edit and manage contacts ............................ 14 Settings .......................................................... 16 Sounds .............................................................. 16 Display .............................................................. 17 Shortcuts ......................................................... 18 Security ............................................................ 19 Network .......................................................... 20 Time and date ................................................. 22 Auto switch on & off .................................... 23 Language .......................................................... 23 Profiles .............................................................. 23 Messages ....................................................... 25 SMS ................................................................... 25 E-Mail ................................................................ 28 Broadcast SMS ................................................ 33 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. i MMS .................................................................. 34 SMS chat ........................................................... 34 8. Infrared .......................................................... 39 Position of devices ......................................... 39 Send data .......................................................... 39 Receive data .................................................... 39 Use the phone as a modem ......................... 40 9. Multimedia ................................................... 41 Sound album .................................................... 41 Picture album .................................................. 41 TV Slideshow .................................................. 43 Memory status ................................................ 44 Demo mode .................................................... 44 Camera ............................................................. 44 10. Entertainment ......................................... 45 Brick game ....................................................... 45 JAVA .................................................................. 45 11. Business ...................................................... 47 Calculator ........................................................ 47 International clock ......................................... 47 Alarm clock ..................................................... 48 Organiser ......................................................... 48 Sound recording ............................................. 49 Euro converter ............................................... 50 ii 12. Call information .................................... 51 Call settings ..................................................... 51 Call list .............................................................. 52 Call counters ................................................... 53 13. Operator services ............................... 55 WAP ................................................................. 55 Make a second call ......................................... 58 Answer a second call .................................... 58 DTMF tones .................................................... 58 Answer a third call ........................................ 59 Conference call .............................................. 59 Explicit call transfer ....................................... 59 14. Taking pictures ...................................... 60 How to... .......................................................... 60 Pictures shots ................................................. 61 Settings ............................................................. 63 Icons & symbols ............................................ 65 Troubleshooting ........................................... 66 Precautions ....................................................... 69 Philips authentic accessories ................. 73 SAR Information ........................................... 75 1 • Getting started 2. Remove the battery by lifting it to the right using the black notches as shown below. 3. Remove the SIM card from its holder and slide it in its slot until it stops. Be careful that the connectors are facing downwards and that the clipped corner of the card is in the correct corner. 4. Insert the battery: first place its right side (connectors downwards) against the right edge of the phone and press until it clips. Read the safety instructions in the "Precautions" section before use. 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 memory in which you can store phone numbers and messages (see “Contacts” page 12). Insert the SIM card Make sure the phone is switched off before removing the battery. 1. Press on the back cover clip of the phone, slide the cover downwards and lift it up to remove it. Getting started 1 code, see page 20. Press,or # to confirm (press c if you make a mistake). 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. Set date and time 5. Replace the battery cover by sliding it into its slots, until it stops. Remove the protective film covering the screen before using the phone. As prompted by the phone at first switch on, set the date by pressing the appropriate numeric keys (press c to erase a number), then set the time. For complete date and time options, see page 22. Copy the SIM phonebook If at first switch on you do not copy the SIM phonebook, see “Copy to phone” page 12. Switch on the phone 1. 2. 2 To switch on the phone, press the)key. Enter the PIN code if required (i.e. the 4 to 8digit secret code of your SIM card). It is preconfigured and communicated to you by your operator or retailer. To personalise the PIN The mobile phone detects a SIM card that already contains names, and a message asks you if you want to copy your SIM phonebook onto the built-in phonebook. Press c to cancel or,to accept. Getting started Charge the battery 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. If the battery is completely flat, it will take 2 or 3 minutes of charging for its icon to reappear. You may lose all your personal settings if you remove the battery when the phone is switched on. 1. Once the battery and battery cover are clipped on the phone, plug the connector of the charger (supplied with the phone, in the box) into the socket at left side of the phone on one end, then plug it into a main AC power socket with easy access on the other end. Getting started 2. The battery symbol indicates the state of charge: - during charging, the 4 charge indicators scroll; it takes around 1.45 hours to fully recharge your mobile phone. - when all 4 bars are steady the battery is fully charged: disconnect the charger. Depending on the network and condition of use, talk time goes from 2 to 8,5 hrs and stand-by time from 200 to 850 hrs. 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). 3 2 • Main features Access and view the phonebook In idle mode, press-. Depending on the selected phonebook (in SIM or Contacts in phone), the content that appears on the screen may vary: see “Contacts” page 12 for details. To view the phonebook during a call, press ,, select Names List, press , and scroll through the entries by pressing - or +. Press c twice to return to the in-call screen. Answer and end a call When receiving a call, the number of the caller may be displayed. If the number is stored in the selected phonebook, the corresponding name is displayed instead of the number. 1. To answer the call, press (or open the phone if the Active flip option is On (see page 51). 2. To reject a call, press). If you have activated Call forward (see page 51), the call is diverted to a number or voice mail. 3. To hang up, press )or close the phone. In the phonebook, press #, enter the first letters of the name you are searching, and press , to access directly to that name. The phone will not ring if in Silence mode (see next page). If you have selected Any Key Answer (see page 52), you can accept a call by pressing any key (except )). Make a call Call handsfree 1. 2. In idle mode, enter the phone number using the keypad. To correct an error, press c. Press(to dial the number and press)to hang up. For an international call, press and hold * to enter the "+" sign instead of the usual international prefix. 4 For your own comfort and safety, ensure you move the phone away from your ear when calling handsfree, especially when increasing the volume. 1. If you selected the phonebook in your SIM card: select a record, press ,twice to access the next Main features 2. menu, then select Call handsfree and press,to dial. If you selected the phonebook in your phone: proceed the same way to call the default number. If you saved several numbers under one name, press<or>to select another number in the list, then press , and select Call handsfree. Activate the vibra alert If you want your phone to vibrate when you receive a call, activate the vibra alert Vibra alert by selecting Settings > Sounds > Vibra alert, then On. Change the ringer Activating the vibra doesn’t mute the ringer. If you want to both mute it and keep the vibra On, activate the Silent mode as described above. The vibra alert is automatically set to Off when you plug the charger. Select Settings > Sounds > Ringtone, press , and move+or-to select a ringer in the list. Press , to confirm your choice. Read your mobile phone number To read your own mobile phone number, press- Activate the silence mode when in idle mode and select Own numbers > Show. Your number is displayed if present on your SIM card. If not, select New, then follow the instructions. If you are already on the phone, long press switch to handsfree mode and back. ( to If you don’t want your phone to ring when you receive a call, deactivate the Silent ringer by selecting Settings > Sounds > Silent, then On. If your own number has been stored in the phonebook, you can read it during a call. See “Access and view the phonebook” page 4. You can also mute the ringer when receiving a call by pressing the side key. Main features 5 Adjust the earpiece volume During a call, move the side key up or down to increase/decrease the volume. If you select Mute, then Record dialogue, only the caller’s voice is recorded. Clear the call list Mute/unmute the microphone You can mute the microphone so that your caller cannot hear you. During a call, press ,, select Mute and press ,again. To unmute the microphone during a call, press,, select Unmute and confirm by pressing ,. Record a conversation In most countries, conversation recording is subject to law regulation. Record dialogue We advise you to notify the caller if you intend to record the conversation you have with them and only record if they agree. You should also keep any recording private. 1 min. is the maximum recording time available (see “Sound recording” page 49). To record a conversation during a call, press,, select Record dialogue and press ,. Press c,, or hang up to end the recording: an edit window allows you to name the recording, which is then available in Multimedia > Sound album. 6 Reset To clear your call list, press , and select Call Info > Call list > Reset. Press ,twice to reset the call list. Clear the SMS list To clear the whole messages list at once, press , and select Messages > SMS > Read SMS > Delete all SMS. Press ,twice to reset the SMS list. You can also delete all the SMS messages from the SMS Archive menu. Deleting your SMS list is useful to free memory space in order to receive new messages. Clear the phonebook To clear the content of your phonebook at once, press , and select Contacts > Settings > Delete all. Press , to reset the phonebook content. This option only applies to the phonebook in your phone, NOT to the SIM phonebook. Main features 3 • Menu tree The table below describes the complete menu tree of your mobile phone, and the page reference you should refer to for more information concerning each feature or setting. Network p20 GPRS attach / Register again / Preferred list / Access settings Time and date p22 Clock display / Set date / Own time zone / Daylight saving / Set time Settings p16 Sounds p16 Silent / Ringer volume / Ringer / Messages ringer / Equaliser / Key tones / Sounds alerts / Vibra alert Display p17 Animation / Backlight / Wallpaper / Contrast Shortcuts p18 Hotkeys / Voice command / Voice dial Security p19 Public names / Call barring / Change codes / PIN protection Menu tree Language p23 List of available languages Auto switch on & off p23 Profiles p23 Messages p25 SMS p25 Send SMS / Send SMS to several recipients / Read SMS / SMS settings/ Archive E-Mail p28 For each available mail box: Settings / Open mailbox / Send mail 7 Broadcast SMS p33 Reception / Topics / District codes Business p47 SMS chat p34 Calculator p47 MMS p34 New MMS / Inbox / Draft(s) / Template(s)/ Outbox / Settings International clock p47 Local settings / Foreign International clock display Contacts p12 Alarm clock p48 Names list p4 Euro converter p50 Settings p12 Delete all / Contacts select / Group settings / Copy to phone Organiser p48 settings / Sound recording p49 Entertainment p45 Call information p51 Brick game p45 JAVA p45 8 Menu tree Call settings p51 Active flip / Call forward / Mailboxes / Auto redial / Any key answer / Call waiting / Caller ID Call list p52 Call list / Reset Call counters p53 GSM counters / GPRS counters Infrared p39 TV Slideshow p43 Camera p60 This menu is available when a camera is plugged in. Operator services p55 Service numbers The numbers available in this menu are operator and subscription-dependent, please check with your operator. Multimedia p41 WAP Picture album p41 List of available pictures Sound album p41 List of available sounds Services + This menu is operator and subscriptiondependent, please check with your operator. Demo mode p44 Memory status p44 Menu tree 9 4 • Text or number entry 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. T9 ® Text input T9 ® predictive Text Input is an intelligent editing mode for messages, including a comprehensive dictionary. It allows you to quickly enter text. Press 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 edit screen. If several words are available according to the keys used, the word you entered is highlighted: press < or > to browse the list and to choose from those proposed by the T9 ® built-in dictionary (see example below). How to use it? Alphabets and symbols represented by each key are as follows: 2to 9 To key in letters. < or > To browse the list of candidate words. ,or 1 To confirm entry. c Short press to clear one entry, long press to clear all text. 0 Shift from Standard, to lower, to UPPER case. * Shift from T9 ® to basic mode, to numeric mode. # Shift to symbols and punctuation mode. Press>to scroll. Example: how to enter the word "home": 1. 2. 3. 10 Press 4 6 6 3. The screen displays the first word of a list: Good. Press > to scroll and select Home. Press , or 1 to confirm selection of the word Home. Text or number entry Basic text input If you wish to access the basic text input, press *. This method requires multiple key presses to reach the desired character: the letter "h" is the second letter on the 4 key, so you must press it twice to enter "h". Letters, numbers and symbols are located on each key as follows: Short press 1 space . , @ / : ; " ’ ! ¡ ? ¿ # + - * =%<>()&£$¥ Long press 1 2 abc2àäåæç 2 Press 3 def3éè∆Φ 3 message is completed. 4 ghi4Γì Example: how to enter the word "home": 4, 4 (GHI) 6, 6, 6 (MNO), 6 (MNO), 3, 3 (DEF). Press , when the 5 jkl5Λ 6 mno6ñòö 6 7 pqrs7βΠΘΣ 7 8 tuv8üù 8 9 wxyz9øΩΞΨ 0 Shift letter case Text or number entry 4 5 9 0 11 5 • Contacts The Contacts menu allows you to select one of the two available phonebooks: the one on your SIM card (number of entries depending on capacity) or the one in your phone (up to 999 names). When entering new names in the menu Contacts, they will only be added to the phonebook you have selected. 999 is the maximum number of names and events cards, provided that other features (memos, sounds, pictures, etc.) are not using a significant amount of the phone’s memory. Settings Contacts select This menu allows you to set the phonebook to use, either In SIM or In Contacts select phone. Press+ or - to select a phonebook. Contacts added to the selected phonebook can then be copied into the other, via the Copy to SIM or Copy to phone options. 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 12 phonebooks and if you delete it in the phone, it remains unchanged in the SIM. Delete all Delete all To delete all contacts at one. This option only applies to the phonebook in phone, NOT to the SIM phonebook. Copy to phone Copy to phone If you cancelled or aborted the automatic copy of your SIM phonebook at first switch, you can do it manually with this option. Copy to phone will copy the content of your SIM card into your phone. Selecting this option twice will duplicate all the names. Groups settings Groups settings Allows you to manage groups, rename them and link a specific melody and picture to each group. You link names to groups from the Names List. See “Fotocall: see & hear who’s calling” page 13. Contacts Add contacts in a phonebook 3. In the SIM phonebook Own numbers 1. 2. Press - when in idle mode and select <New>. Enter the name and the number of your choice, then the type of number allocated to the name (Phone, Fax or Data) and press , to store this name in your phonebook. A number is limited to 40 digits, depending on your SIM card. Entering international prefix, country & area codes allows you to dial a number from any location. If needed, choose the group you want this contact to belong to. The Own numbers option that appears in each phonebook should contain your own phone number. If not, we advise that you enter your mobile number as well as any other relevant information. Although all its fields can be empty, the Own numbers item cannot be deleted. Emergency number The emergency number will call the emergency services number in your country. In most cases, you can call this number even if you haven’t yet entered your PIN. SOS Call In the phone phonebook 1. 2. Press - when in idle mode and select <New>. Enter the first, then last name (up to 20 latin characters); one of the two fields can be empty, but not both. Then select the Number type. Numeric fields can hold up to 40 digits and one "+" sign and alphanumeric fields (e-mail and note) feature up to 50 latin characters. Each contact can feature a maximum of 5 numeric fields (e.g. 2 mobile numbers, 3 work numbers, an e-mail address and a text note). Contacts In Europe the standard emergency number is 112, in the UK it is 999. Fotocall: see & hear who’s calling This feature is only available when you select the phonebook of your phone, NOT the SIM phonebook. This feature allows you to personalize the groups available with their own name ("Friends", "Office", etc.), a given picture (from the Picture album) and a 13 given melody (from the Ringers list). You can then link one or several names to a group: when a name in that group calls, it will appear along with the corresponding picture, and the melody defined for that group will ring. 1. Select Contacts > Settings > Groups setting. Rename the group to be identified ("Friends", "Kids", etc.) and select the Melody and the Picture to be associated to this group. 2. Long press c to go back to idle, then press-to access the phonebook. 3. Select a contact you wish to link to this group, then choose Select group and select the group of your choice. Edit and manage contacts Press - when in idle mode to access the contacts you have stored. To search for a given name: 2 to 9 14 Press the key for the letter that you want to go to in the list (e.g. press 8 twice to access the letter "U"). The first record starting with this letter is selected in the list. # Or press #, enter the first letters of the name you are searching, and press , to jump directly to that name. In the SIM card Choose a contact of your phonebook in the SIM card and press , to access the following options: • • • • • Call handsfree Call Send SMS Send MMS Voice dial • • • • Flash dial Copy to phone Delete Change In the phone Choose a contact of your phonebook in phone and press , to access the following options: • • • • • Change name Call Call handsfree Send SMS Send MMS • • • • Show Select group Send by infrared Delete Select Show to access the list of all numbers or fields saved for this contact, then <New> to create a new Contacts field for this contact. Select one of them and press , to access a second set of options, which are: Make default Copy to SIM card Contacts The first number you enter becomes the default number: it appears in first position in the list and is automatically dialled when pressing the pick-up key. This option allows you to make another number default. Show To display the details of the selected field. Change type To change or to define the field type of the selected number. Alphanumeric fields (note and e-mail) can only be changed or deleted. To copy a contact of your phone phonebook into the SIM card (it is then always updated when switching phonebooks or when using another phone). 15 6 • Settings melodies you saved. Scroll through the list and wait to hear the selected melody being played. The Settings menu allows you to customise your phone and change the settings related to each available option (sounds, time and date, security, etc.). The Profiles menu allows you to change several settings at once (see page 23). You will not hear the melody if the volume ringer is set to Off or if the Silent mode was activated (see above). Sounds Silent Silent Allows you to set the Silent mode On or Off. When this setting is On, all alerts are deactivated and the vibra alert is active. The Silent mode also applies to key tones. Ringer volume Ringer volume By default the ringer volume can be set to Medium. Press+or-to set the volume of your ringer from Silent to Increasing. Ringer Ringer 16 Allows you to select a ringer tone. The list also includes recorded sounds and Messages ringer Allows you to set an alert beep On or Off, for each time you receive a new Messages Ringer message. When On, this option also allows you to select the alert of your choice from the ringers list. Equaliser This option allows you to choose from different audio settings, also available while a call is in progress (in this case, scroll through the list and wait a few seconds to hear the difference). Equaliser Key tones Key tones Allows you to set the key tones On or Off. Even when set Off, DTMF are played during calls (see page 58). Sounds alerts Allows you to set alert beeps On or Off for the following items: Sounds Alerts Settings • • • • when an event programmed in your Organiser is due, when there’s a Missed call, when the Battery alert requires charging, to manage the duration of your calls with a Minute alert (the beep cannot be heard by the caller). This menu only allows you to set the alert sounds On or Off, NOT the alerts themselves. E.g. setting the Organiser alert Off will not prevent your phone from displaying the Reminder screen (if you programmed one), but the corresponding sound will not be played. Vibra alert Allows you to set the vibra alert On or Off when receiving a call, when an event Vibra alert set in the organiser is due, when you receive a message and when the alarm rings. The vibra alert is always Off when you connect the charger or the Cigarette Lighter Adapter. Settings Display Animation Allows you to set the animation of the menus On or Off. When On, this option Animation will also scroll texts, such as a message selected in the Read SMS menu. Deactivating this function increases the autonomy of your phone. Backlight Allows you to set a backlight Duration by selecting one of the available values. Backlight Backlight is activated when receiving incoming calls or messages, browsing menus, etc. Deactivating this function increases battery life. Wallpaper Allows you to set the wallpaper of the main screen On or Off. When On, the Wallpaper picture you selected is displayed in Normal mode in idle, and in Fade mode in other context. 17 Only JPEG pictures can be used as wallpapers. The selected wallpaper is not displayed in idle when the International clock option is On (see page 47). Contrast Contrast Allows you to choose from several levels of contrast. Shortcuts will open the menu (e.g. Send message or E-mail), or launch the function (such as Calculator or Record). If the selected key is already set, you can reprogram it by pressing , twice and selecting Change. This will bring you to the list of available functions. To use the hotkeys, press and hold the key corresponding to the function you want to launch or to the number you want to dial while in idle mode. Voice command Hotkeys Allows you to set up a direct access to a specific function by linking it to a key. Hotkeys A long press on the key will then automatically activate the function or call the associated number (Flash dial). You can only program keys 2 to 9. The following keys are pre-programmed: 1 (call voice mailbox) and * (dial international call). Depending on your service provider, other hotkeys may be predefined and locked. Select a key from 2 to 9 and press ,. Browse the list to select the function you wish to associate with this key and press ,. Most choices 18 Voice Command Allows you to set up direct access to a specific function by linking it to a voice tag. You can associate a Voice command to most functions supported by the Hotkeys. 1. 2. 3. Select <New>, browse the list to select the function of your choice and press ,. 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. The next menu gives you access to the Delete, Play voice tag, Change function and Change Settings voice options. Press c to create another voice tag. To use the voice command, press and hold , when in idle mode, then say the recorded voice tag. Voice dial Allows you to set a voice tag by recording a word that will call the Voice Dial corresponding name when pronounced. Proceed as described in the previous section, select the contact of your choice in the list, then press ,. When the phonebook in phone is selected, choose the number of your choice in the list that is displayed. Security Public names Public names Allows you to manage a specific names list, called Public Names list, and restrict calls to this list via the Call restriction option. This feature is subscription dependent and requires a PIN2 code (see page 20). Call restriction As for Voice command, when Add voice tag? appears, press , and follow the instructions displayed on the screen. To use the voice dial, press and hold , when in idle mode, then say the voice tag corresponding to the number you want to dial. Up to 15 voice tags can be defined and shared between voice dial and voice command. Recorded voice tags are available in their respective menu and can be deleted, played or changed. Settings Allows you restrict the calls to the Public Names list. In this case, you can only access the names of the Public names list, as opposed to the Contacts of the main menu. This function is subscription dependent and requires a PIN2 code (see page 20). This option might also apply to WAP and e-mail connections over GPRS. Public names Allows you to consult, edit and modify your Public Names list. via a PIN2 code. 19 Call barring Allows you to limit the use of your phone to specific calls by letting you bar Call barring both outgoing and incoming calls. This function is network dependent and requires a specific call barring password supplied by your service provider. Call barring can be applied both to Incoming calls (All calls or When roaming) and to Outgoing calls (All calls, International calls and Intl. Exc. Home). from your operator or retailer. 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. PIN protection PIN protection This allows you to set the PIN protection On or Off. When On, you will be asked to enter your PIN code when switching your phone on. In all cases, the Cancel option of these menus applies to all calls at once. The Status menu allows you to know whether a type of call is barred or not. You cannot change your PIN code if this option is Off. Change codes Contact your phone operator to have full information about GPRS availability over their network and for an appropriate subscription. You might also need to configure your phone with the GPRS settings supplied by your operator, by using the menus described in this section. Then select the bearer (GSM or GPRS) in the menus of each application to be used (e.g. WAP, MMS, e-mail, etc.). Allows you to change your PIN and PIN 2 codes, as well as the call Barring Change codes code. Depending on your SIM card, some features or options may require a PIN2 secret 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 20 Network Settings GPRS attach GPRS attach This menu allows you to define the attach mode of your mobile phone to the GPRS service. Your phone will always register to the GPRS service. This option allows faster GPRS connection. However it will increase energy consumption. Always on For data calls Your phone will automatically register to the GPRS service only when required. This option reduces energy consumption, however it will increase the connection delay. Register again Provides you with a list of the networks available in the area when the Manual Register again mode is selected. Select the network you want to register with and press , to confirm. Preferred list phone will try to register on a network, according to your preferences. Access settings This menu allows you to create several data profiles: when using WAP or when Access settings sending MMS, the selected profile will be used to connect to the GSM or GPRS network. Options described below are operator and/or subscription dependent. Error messages during connections are mainly due to incorrect parameters: contact your operator before first use, in order to have the appropriate settings, which you may receive by SMS in some cases. Some pre-configured profiles might be locked, preventing re-programming and renaming. Select an item in the list and press , to access the following options: Change name To rename the selected profile. Show To visualise all parameters of the selected profile. Allows you to build a network list in order of preference. Once defined, the Preferred list Settings 21 GSM Settings GPRS settings To change the GSM settings: • Login, • Password, • Phone number needed to establish the connection and provided by your operator (ISDN or Analogue), • Inactivity time, a value of over 30 seconds after which the phone disconnects automatically (if a connection was in progress) Set date To change the GPRS settings (same fields as the GSM settings). The APN menu allows you to enter the address of the external data network you want to connect to, a text string used to establish the connection. Daylight saving Time and date Clock display Clock display 22 Set date Allows you to set the date by pressing the appropriate numeric keys. You can also set the date by moving +or-. Own time zone Time zone and daylight savings should be set first (double-check date and time if previously set). Own time zone Allows you to set the time zone you belong to, according to GMT (Greenwich Meridian Time). This setting only concerns countries in which time is set according to summer/winter time (e.g. Greenwich Meridian Time / British Summer Time). Allows you to set the daylight savings to On (in summer time) or Off (in winter Daylight saving time). 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. Allows you to select Analogue, Digital, Tiny or No clock time formats when shown in idle mode. Settings Set time Set time Allows you to set the time by pressing the appropriate keys. You can also increase or decrease the time minute by minute by pressing+or-. Auto switch on & off Auto switch on/off This menu allows you to set a time for an automatic switch on or switch off of your phone. Auto switch on 1. 2. 3. Press+or -to activate or deactivate this option. Enter the time at which the mobile will automatically switch on and press ,. Then select the frequency: Once, Every day, On weekdays. Press , to confirm. If at automatic switch on the PIN protection is On, you will be prompted to enter your PIN code (see page 2). Auto switch on is not launched if the phone is already on. Auto switch off Repeat above steps to set an automatic switch off of your phone. Settings The auto switch off will be launched only when the phone is in idle mode. Language This menu allows you to select a language for all menu texts. Press + or - to select the language of your choice, then press , to confirm. Profiles This menu allows you to access a group of predefined settings, which let 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 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. Details of each profile settings are displayed when selecting a profile. When you associate a hotkey to a profile (e.g. long press key 3 activates Silent, see “Shortcuts” page 18), also long press this key to deactivate it and go back to the Personal settings. 23 When connecting an accessory, the settings Headset and Car also become available. When disconnecting the accessory, the phone goes back to the Personal profile. The settings listed in the column Personal, in the following table, are default settings preset during production. As you can change them, the personal settings in your phone may differ from the table. Each box of the table refers to the settings as stored in the Personal menu (whether you have changed the settings or not). Profiles Vibra alert Ringer volume Backlight Key tones Animation 24 Personal Autonomy On Medium 10 sec On On Off Medium Off Outdoors Meeting Headset Car High On Silent Medium High On Off Off Settings 7 • Messages SMS SMS This menu allows you to send short messages (SMS), with sounds, animations or pictures, as well as manage the ones you receive. Sending SMS isn’t available from the idle mode when the SMS Chat feature is On (see page 34). In this case, you can only access the Answer option. Send SMS This menu allows you to send an SMS to a contact of your choice. Send SMS 1. Select a contact in the phonebook or press <New> and enter a new number. When the phonebook in phone is selected, press , to send the SMS to the default number, or select another number of your choice (see “Edit and manage contacts” page 14). Messages 2. Choose from 3 different types of messages: <New> To send a new message. Last message To edit, modify and re-send the last message you have sent. Template To select a pre-configured message, such as Can you ring me back at this number.. including your number, if it is the first one of the Own num. option (see page 13). 3. Press, to access the next set of options: Save To store the current message and its associated icon and melody if any in the Archive menu. Send now To send the current message. Add sound To attach a melody. Add graphic To attach a bitmap image or an animation. 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. 25 Some pre-defined items are supplied as standard with your mobile phone. Personal pictures and sounds that you have stored in the relevant menus cannot be sent when they are copyright protected. Send SMS to several recipients When a message is displayed, press , to access the following options: Delete To delete the selected message. Move to archive To store messages in the phone memory. You can then consult them in Messages > SMS > Archive. This menu allows you to send an SMS to one or several contacts. Moving a message to the archive list deletes it from the read SMS list. Send to multircpt Add contacts Add Media To select your recipient(s) in the names list. After you have added contacts, select one of them and press ,to Change the number or Remove it from the list. This menu allows you to read all types of SMS, whether sent, received, read Read SMS and/or stored. The Delete all SMS, at the first level, allows you to delete all messages at once. To edit, modify and resend the SMS to someone (you can add a picture or a sound). 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 the Sound Album. Then reattach it to your message (see page 25). Allows you to design your message. Repeat steps 2 and 3 of "Send SMS" section. Read SMS 26 Edit SMS Reply To reply to the sender. Store graphic(s) To save the graphics and/or animations that were sent together with the message. Messages Forward to To forward the selected message (choose the recipient in the phonebook or enter a phone number manually). Store number To save the number of the sender if it is attached to the message, Call handsfree To call the sender of the message handsfree. Call back To call the sender of the message (operator- dependent). No. extracted To extract a number included in the message itself, if this number is included in double quotes (several numbers can be included and extracted), Store melody To save the melody that was sent together with the SMS. SMS settings This menu allows you to customise your SMS via the following options: SMS settings SMS centre To select your default SMS centre. If not available on your SIM card, you must enter your SMS centre number. Signature By default, your signature is your phone number, added at the end of your message (which length is consequently reduced). You can Edit the signature, Change and Save it. Validity period 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). This feature is subscription dependent. Messages 27 Reply path Allows you to set On or Off this option, which allows you to transmit the number of your SMS message centre together with the message. Your correspondent can then reply using your own SMS centre and not theirs. This speeds up the rate of transmission. This feature is subscription dependent. Delivery report Allows you to set On or Off this option, which will automatically inform you via SMS whether your own SMS was received or not. This feature is subscription dependent. Auto save SMS Allows you to set On or Off this option, which will automatically save messages sent in the Archive menu. Archive Archive 28 This menu allows you to consult all read messages you saved and to Delete all archived messages at once. You save a message by activating the Auto save SMS option (see above), or by selecting a received message, pressing , twice and selecting Move to Archive. E-Mail If not included in your phone subscription, you must subscribe to an e-mail account 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. In some cases, your operator might also be your e-mail service provider. This menu allows you to send and receive e-mails, with or without E-mail attachments. If your phone was preconfigured, the parameters are already set and you don’t have to change them, except for Login, Password and E-mail address which are up to you when creating an e-mail account. To enter specific signs such as @ or %, see page 10. Messages Settings Press ,, select Messages > E-mail > E-mail 1 and press ,. Then select Settings and press , to access the following options: Account name To rename E-mail 1 and E-mail 2 boxes. E-mail server To configure the settings needed to connect to the e-mail server of your Internet Service Provider (ISP). In some cases, Login, Password and E-mail address are up to you when you subscribe to your account. Enter them as defined. The POP3 address is used to receive e-mails, whereas the SMTP address is used to send e-mails. Advanced If the fields of these menus are empty, or if you encounter connection problems, contact your ISP. An e-mail account might be predefined and locked, preventing renaming. WARNING ! For an e-mail connection via GPRS, if your phone operator is NOT your e-mail provider, contact them to get the correct address of the SMTP server. This menu features advanced settings that you shouldn’t have to change. The SMPT authenticat. menu should be Off in most European countries: your e-mails will NOT be sent if set to On. Contact your provider for complete information. Network access To select the type of network used when launching a connection, and to configure the corresponding settings. Bearer • GSM or GPRS: your mobile will only use the GSM or the GPRS network for e-mail connections. • GPRS first: your mobile will first try to connect to the GPRS network, then to the GSM network if the GPRS network isn’t available. Selecting this option you need to have both GSM and GPRS settings configured. Messages 29 GSM Settings To change the GSM settings: • Login & Password, • Phone number (ISDN or Analogic) needed to establish the connection and provided by your operator, • Auto disconnect, a value of over 30 seconds after which the phone disconnects automatically (if a connection was in progress). The lack of exchanges with the network defines the inactivity time period leading to auto disconnection. GPRS settings To change the GPRS settings (same fields as the GSM settings). The APN menu lets you enter the address of the external network you will connect to. Error messages during connections are mainly due to incorrect parameters: contact your operator if needed before first use, in order to have the correct settings. 30 Send mail This menu allows you to send e-mails to one or several recipients at a time, Send mail including with an attachment such as a jpeg picture. Once received, your messages can be forwarded and the attachments visualised with the appropriate software. If you exit the Send e-mail menu before sending your e-mail or if you cancel the sending while it takes place, the e-mail content is deleted without being stored. Add contacts If you entered e-mail addresses for contacts saved in your phonebook in phone (see “Add contacts in a phonebook” page 13), this menu allows you to select the corresponding name in the Contacts list. After you have added contacts, select one of them and press ,to Change the e-mail address, Remove it from the list, or add more contacts. If you select the phonebook "On SIM card", an edit window will allow you to enter an e-mail address. Messages Add Media Allows you to design your message: enter the Subject and Text, then press , to access the next options: • Add sound or Add Graphics to attach a sound or a picture to your e-mail, • Send now to send it to the selected recipient(s), • Modify to redesign your e-mail from scratch. 1. 2. An e-mail without any attachment may be automatically displayed in the details screen. 3. You can only attach one JPEG file at a time. To learn how to enter text, see “Text or number entry” page 10. If you accept an incoming call while writing an e-mail, the menu is closed and the phone goes back to idle when you hang up. This menu allows you to connect to your mailbox and to download the e-mail headers from the server, then to retrieve the corresponding e-mails. Both mailboxes feature the same settings and options. Configuring them differently will allow you to have two different e-mail addresses from your phone. Messages Select a header, and press ,to display the Details. 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. Open mailbox Open mailbox Select Open mailbox: your phone automatically connects to the e-mail server and downloads the list of e-mail headers if any (five at a time). If Next (or Previous) appears at the end (or beginning) of the list, other e-mail headers are pending: select one of the available options and press , to retrieve them. The e-mail is marked to be deleted. 4. Press , and select Get mail to download the e-mail. Repeat this operation to download each e-mail corresponding to each selected header. If the e-mail is too big (over 50 KB), it is rejected and the download is cancelled. 31 5. If the e-mail you have received contains attachments (picture, text 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 be viewed as an attachment, press , to read it (no advanced options in this case). A text file (text only, ".txt" format) is attached to the e-mail, press , to read it (no advanced options in this case). The application needed to manage this attachment isn’t available in your phone, or the e-mail is too large to be uploaded. Another e-mail is attached to the one you received (up to five e-mails can be attached one after the other, no advanced options in this case). You must have stored a picture before being able to view it via the Picture album menu. See “Picture album” page 41 for more details. If there isn’t enough memory to store the new picture, you must delete other items (name, event or picture) to release enough memory to be able to save the new picture. A picture 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 a picture via e-mail, proceed as follows to obtain optimal results: • The picture received must have been saved in JPEG, BMP or GIF format. • The size of the picture file should not exceed 50 KB. • The optimal size is 128 x 160 pixels, in order to be displayed correctly (use a standard picture editing software to create the size of the picture you want). • Use a file name, a maximum of 10 characters. You can then add an extension such as ".jpg". A picture is attached to this e-mail. Select it in the list and press , twice to store it in your phone (you can rename it if you wish). 32 Messages 6. Select an e-mail header and press the following options: Add to names , to access To add the sender’s e-mail address to your phonebook, even when you haven’t yet downloaded his e-mail. Select <New> to create a new contact, or a name in the list to add or change the e-mail address. The Broadcast SMS feature is network dependent. You must have selected the phonebook in the phone in this case; this menu item will NOT appear if you selected the SIM phonebook. Reception To set the reception of cell broadcast messages On or Off. Topics To define the type of messages you want to receive. • Select <New>, enter the code provided by the operator, and, if desired, associate a name, or • Select an existing type in the list, which you can change or delete. Delete To mark the e-mail to be deleted (select this option again to unmark it). When you exit the E-mail menu, you will be asked to confirm deletion of the selected item(s) from the e-mail server. Reply To reply to the sender, which address is automatically added to the list. Proceed as described in “Send mail” page 30. Forward To forward the downloaded e-mail to someone else. Proceed as described in “Send mail” page 30. Messages Broadcast SMS This menu allows reception of SMS Broadcast SMS transmitted to all network. It give following options: you to manage the broadcast regularly subscribers on the you access to the You can enter up to 15 different types in the list. To obtain the codes corresponding to the different types, contact your operator. 33 District codes To select the type of messages you want to be permanently displayed on the idle screen (in this case, enter the type in both District code and Topics menus). From idle mode, you can directly access the MMS menu by a long press on m key. If the message "Memory full" appears, you must delete messages (e.g. template, draft, received message, etc.). SMS chat New MMS This menu allows you to set the SMS chat feature On or Off. When On, any SMS Chat SMS you receive is automatically displayed in idle mode. Scroll down to read it, and quickly reply by pressing , twice: first to enter the edition screen, then to send your message. The phone will automatically go back to the idle screen. Add contacts If you receive a second SMS while you are reading one, reply to the first one or press c to exit. The mobile phone will then display the second message. To select a name in the Contacts list, or to insert a <New> number or e-mail address. Then select one of the numbers or address of that name if several. Select a contact and press , to Edit it or Remove it from the list, or add more contacts. You must have selected the phonebook "In phone" to access an e-mail address (see "Contacts select" page 12). MMS This menu allows you to send and receive multimedia messages (MMS) MMS featuring texts, pictures and sounds. They can be made of one or several slides. Whether you send it to an e-mail address or to another mobile phone, the MMS is played in a slide show. 34 Messages Add Media Allows you to design your message: 1. Add a Picture, Text and/or a Sound (move+or -to go to next or previous icon if not automatically selected, press , to access the corresponding menu), and create more slides by pressing >. 2. Send now to send the MMS to the selected recipient(s), 3. Access the MMS Options. Although the picture preview when creating the MMS is (W)105 x (H)55 pixels, the maximum size of a picture you can send is (W)640 x (H)640 pixels. Copyright protected picture cannot be sent. Sounds can be chosen from the Sound Album, or a sound memo that you record when creating the MMS: in this case, select <Records>, then <New> and follow the procedure that appears on the screen. You cannot attach an existing voice memo. Messages MMS options The following options are available: Add slide To create a new slide and add it to your slide show. Press < or > to browse slides once you have created several. You can also press>when the last page of the message you are currently designing is selected. Next slide / Previous slide To move to the next/previous slide. Edit subject To edit and change or enter the subject of your message. Delete slide To delete the selected page (if there is more than one in the message). Save as draft To save your message as a draft, that you can edit, complete and send later on (see page 37). Save as template To save your message as a template, that you can use as a basis for other MMS (e.g. "Happy birthday" type of message, see page 37). 35 Preview MMS To preview the slide show you have created. Slide duration To change the value of slide duration set in Settings > Application settings (see page 37), and to set a delay between each slide. Send MMS Once your message is complete, simply select Send MMS and press ,. If you saved your MMS as a draft, this option is also available from the Drafts menu. If you have already sent the MMS, select it from the Outbox menu and select Re-send MMS. If the sending of a draft message fails, the message will be moved to the Outbox menu. When you receive an MMS an alert message appears on the screen to inform you. See page “Settings” page 37 to learn about Automatic or Manual retrieval modes. If the sender of the message has asked for a Read report, a prompt will ask you to press , to send it or to press c to cancel. Once the MMS is downloaded, select it in the Inbox list and press>to play it. Press ,to access the following Player options: Play To switch back to automatic mode: the MMS is then played as a continuous slide show. Next /previous slide To move to the next or previous slide. You can also press<or >when viewing the MMS in manual mode. Detach picture To detach the picture of the current slide and save it in the Picture album. Detach sound To detach the sound of the current slide and save it in the Sound album. In all cases, a progress bar allows you to follow the sending of your message (press c to cancel). Receive an MMS If the size of the MMS to download is bigger than the memory available in your phone, you must free memory by deleting data (picture, sounds, etc.). See “Memory status” page 44. 36 Messages To close the MMS and go back to the list of options. Close Manage folders Four different folders are available. The default (active) folder is the one you last selected. Templates Lists all messages saved as templates. You can Play, Edit and Delete them. Drafts Lists all messages saved as drafts, or automatically saved if you quit the MMS menu before saving or sending your MMS. You can Play, Edit, Send and Delete drafts. Outbox Lists the messages you have Sent or created but Not sent yet. You can Play, Delete or view the Details of all these messages, Re-send or Forward them to someone. Inbox Lists all the Notifications, Delivery and Read reports, Read and Unread MMS. You can Read or Delete notifications and reports. You can Play, Forward or Reply to an MMS, display its Details or Delete it. Messages Notifications are automatically deleted once you have received the full MMS. Do NOT delete notifications before you have retrieved the MMS, or you will never be able to do so. Messages you have saved can only be sent from the Draft or Outbox folders. You can NOT recover an item (whether message, notification or report) that you have deleted. Press c to cancel deletion. Settings Your mobile phone may have been pre-configured. If not, settings can be configured "over the air", via the club Philips website. Connect to www.club.philips.com then select your country. Note that this service isn’t available if your country and/or mobile doesn’t appear in the list. In this case, contact your operator for information. 37 The following settings are available: Retrieval mode Allows you to choose from: Manual: you connect manually to the server by selecting a notification in the Inbox, selecting Read to downloading, then Play. Automatic: will place received MMS in the Inbox. Select the MMS and press > to play it. This mode is deactivated when roaming. Validity period To select how long your MMS will be stored on the server, from 1 hour to 1 week (maximum). This is useful when the recipient is not connected to the network (and thus cannot receive your message immediately). Read report This option can be set On or Off and informs you (via an SMS) when the status the MMS you have sent has changed, i.e. if it was read or deleted. 38 Delivery report This option can be set On or Off and informs you (via an SMS) the status of delivery, e.g. if your MMS was received or rejected. Auto save This option can be set On or Off and allows you to automatically save the messages sent from the Outbox menu. Slide duration Allows you to select the duration between each slide of the MMS. Network settings Network account is used to choose a connection profile from the ones you have set (see “Access settings” page 21). Bearer allows you to select the type of network used when launching a connection: GSM, GPRS or GPRS first. Choose MMS Centre to enter the MMS address of the server you will connect to. Gateway address and Gateway port will allow you to enter both IP and Port numbers of the server’s gateway. Messages 8 • Infrared Your mobile phone integrates the infrared technology (also called IrDA), that allows you to send or receive data to and from other IrDA-compliant devices through a wireless link (e.g. another mobile phone, a PC or PDA, a printer etc.). Files that are copyright protected cannot be sent. When connecting with a PC, make sure you have activated its infrared option. Position of devices Before sending or receiving data to and from another device, they must be correctly positioned in relation to your mobile phone. Make sure that the IrDA ports are facing each other and are a maximum of 50 cm away from each other (see diagram). Also make sure that nothing obstructs the IrDA beam. Send data To send data via IrDA from your mobile phone, you must first select the item to be sent: when selecting a picture, a sound, a name or an event, a sub-menu then gives you access to the Send option. As soon as your phone finds another IrDA-compliant device to communicate with, the sending automatically takes place. Messages are displayed on the screen, for you to follow the process. If the phone finds several IrDA devices, a list is displayed on the screen, for you to choose from. Press , to confirm and to send the selected data. Sending is cancelled if your phone cannot find another device before the time out is reached, if the infrared link is broken, or if you cancel the process. Receive data Activate IrDA To receive data, select Infrared > Receive. Your phone is then ready to Infrared receive an item and waits for the other IrDA device to send it. As when sending, messages are displayed on the screen and allow you to follow up the process. Infrared 39 Receiving is cancelled if your phone isn’t contacted by another device before the time out is reached, if the infrared link is broken, if the size of the file sent is too large or if you cancel the process. Save the data received Press , to access the following options: Save Show Discard 40 To save the data, then go back to idle. The items you have received will be saved under their default name, which you can change by selecting them in the relevant menus. To display the details of the data you have received (play or sound or display a picture). To ignore the data received. Use the phone as a modem You can also use your mobile phone together with a PC or a PDA, e.g. to Data surf the Internet or send faxes. To fully benefit from the services available via IrDA (send and receive SMS, e-mail and fax, upload pictures and MIDI sounds in your phone, phonebook synchronization, GPRS Wizard, etc.), you must install Mobile Phone Tools on your PC. This software is available on the CD-Rom shipped with your phone. The software supplied on the CD-Rom is not compatible with Apple® Macintosh® computers. It only supports Windows® 98 SE, ME, XP and 2000 (Service Pack 3 and up mandatory in this case). Specific software modules for Lotus Notes, Lotus Organizer and Microsoft Outlook are designed to allow synchronisation from your Philips mobile phone to these applications (refer to their respective user guides for detailed information). Infrared 9 • Multimedia Sound album This menu allows you to manage and listen to the sounds stored in your Sound Album mobile phone, your Own melodies, Standard melodies or Records. When entering one of the available sub-menus, select a sound and press , to access the following options: Delete To Delete the selected sound. Sounds in the Standard melodies folder cannot be deleted. Send by... To send the selected sound via E-mail (see page 28), via IrDA (see page 39) or MMS (see page 34). You will not be able to send sounds that are protected by a copyright. Set as ringer Multimedia As SMS/ MMS ringer To set the selected sound as Messages ringer (this option must be set On in Settings > Sounds, see page 16). Rename To Rename the selected sound. Picture album JPEG pictures must have the correct size and format for your mobile phone to store and display them correctly (see page 32). This menu allows you to manage and display the pictures stored in your Picture Album mobile phone. 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> . Press, to access the options described hereafter (in each case, press c to go back one step, or , to validate and go to the next option). To set the selected sound as Ringer. 41 Modify picture Add text To add text to the selected picture. Press the navigation keys to move the text on the screen. Save To save the picture with all the changes you have applied. Delete Pictures in the Standard Pictures folder cannot be deleted. If there isn’t enough space to store a new picture, you must delete some other pictures to release memory. Short press to move it 1 pixel at a time, long press for 5 pixels. Press c to go back to the text editor, or , to validate and go to the next option. Add frame or icon To add a frame or an icon to the selected picture. Eraser To Undo the last modification made on the picture, or to Reset, i.e. cancel all changes at once. Press c to cancel or , to validate. Send To send the selected sound via IrDA, E-mail or MMS. 42 To Delete the selected picture. Rename To Rename the selected picture: press , , enter a name and press , again. Send by... To send the selected picture via E-mail (see page 28), via IrDA (see page 39) or MMS (see page 34). You will not be able to send pictures that are protected by a copyright. Rotate To rotate the picture of 90° or 180°, press , to confirm your choice. Set as wallpaper To set the selected picture as Wallpaper (this option must be set On in Settings > Display, see page 17). Multimedia TV Slideshow This feature allows you to display your pictures listed in the Picture album TV Slideshow (automatically in a slideshow, or manually, one-by-one) on a TV screen via the TV Link accessory (see page 73) or on the main (internal) screen of your phone. TV Link may not supplied with your product. In this case, you must purchase it separately. See “Philips authentic accessories” page 73 for details. Manual Select TV Slideshow, then Manual, and press ,. Browse the complete list of pictures by pressing + or - . Press>to activate the graphical full-screen display and send it to the TV, press<to go back to the list. Automatic Multimedia 1. Select TV Slideshow and press , , then select the value that will be applied between each picture of the slideshow (5, 7 or 10 seconds) and press ,. 2. • In the list that appears: Choose (Un)Check all by pressing < or > to select all pictures at once, or • Browse the list and select/deselect the pictures of your choice by pressing <or > (selected pictures feature checked boxes). In both cases, press , to start the slideshow and c to stop it. 3. Select (Un)check all to deselect all pictures at once. The last selection/slideshow made is automatically saved and can be played several times in a row, even when you quit the TV Slideshow menu. When browsing manually or during the automatic slideshow, press , to open the rotation options (90°, 180° or 270°), select the option of your choice and press , . Changes are automatically stored. 43 Demo mode Press , to launch the Demo movie. Demo mode If you turned the phone on without having inserted a SIM card, this menu is available in the first menu level. Memory status Own Pictures or Own melodies folders, e.g. to free memory space for your own sounds and pictures. Press , to check the memory status. The display shows you the percentage of memory free and the phone’s total memory in KB. Press , again and access the detailed list of memory used by each feature. If "List full" appears when saving a new item or to free memory space, you must delete an item to be able to create or add a new one. This menu allows you to display the percentage of memory available in your Memory status phone. Several features share the mobile capacity: pictures and sound album, recorded memos and voice tags for voice commands, messages you have stored in the phone, phonebook and organiser entries, games, etc. This menu allows you to activate the camera mode, provided that you have Camera plugged the camera. See “Taking pictures” page 60 for details. Your mobile phone is supplied with many sounds and pictures. You can only delete sounds or pictures in the This menu is available only when a camera is plugged in. 44 Camera Multimedia 10 • Entertainment 0 To pause the game up to 2 min. (after which the screen returns to idle mode and the game is lost). Brick game This menu is operator dependent. As such its icon and content may vary. This menu gives you access to the brick game, which object is to destroy the Brick Game bricks by hitting them with the ball. Destroying all bricks give you access to the next level. Keys used are the following: 4 and 6 To move the racket left or right. * and # To start the game by throwing the ball left or right. Entertainment JAVA JAVA Your mobile phone features JAVA, which allows you to run JAVAcompatible applications such as games downloaded on the network. Settings Auto-Launch Allows you to set the automatic launch of JAVA On or Off. When On, a JAVA application will be automatically launched right after it was installed. 45 Network Bearer Network access To select the type of network used when launching a connection and to configure the corresponding settings. • GSM or GPRS: your mobile will only use the GSM or the GPRS network for e-mail connections. • GPRS first: your mobile will first try to connect to the GPRS network, then to the GSM network if the GPRS network isn’t available. Operator and network dependent. Selecting this option requires you to have both GSM and GPRS settings configured. See page 21 for details. When the JAVA window is displayed, press , to access the list of available games. Select a game and press , again. Use m and s as softkeys to select the menu as displayed on the screen. Press Exit to quit the JAVA application, or press Menu to access the list of available options allowing you to create and manage new folders. DNS address Allows you to enter the DNS address of the external data network you want to connect to. Network account Allows you to select one of the data profiles you have defined in Settings > Access settings (see page 21). 46 This menu gives you access to operator-specific settings, including DNS and Proxy addresses. When available, all items of this menu are pre-configured, so that you shouldn’t have to change them. Java applications A message will warn you that the very first installation will take a few minutes. Press , to continue and wait for the files to be installed. Entertainment 11 • Business Calculator Calculator This menu provides the following functions: International clock display Allows you to display both local time and the time of another selected time zone on the idle screen. Press+or -to activate or deactivate this option. This feature is not available when No clock display is selected (see page 17) or when the SMS chat option is on (see page 34). Addition Press>or the * key. Substraction Press<or the * key twice. Multiplication Press+or the * key 3 times. Own time zone Move+or-to select the time zone corresponding to your area. Division Press-or the * key 4 times. Set time Equals Press the # or , key. Allows you to set the time by pressing the appropriate keys. You can also increase or decrease the time minute by minute by pressing+or -. Local daylight saving Allows you to set the daylight saving option On or Off for the local time zone. See page 22 for details. Enter the figures using the keypad. Calculator accuracy is to 2 decimal places and is rounded up to the higher decimal figure. Press and hold 0 to get the dot. International clock International clock Business Local settings This menu allows you to set and display both local time and the time of a selected time zone. 47 Foreign settings Foreign time zone Move+or-to select the time zone of your choice. Foreign daylight saving Allows you to set the daylight saving option On or Off for a foreign time zone. See page 22 for details. Alarm clock This menu allows you to set the clock alarms (up to 3 alarms). To set an alarm: 1. Select an alarm and press or to set the option On or Off. 2. When set to On, enter the time and press ,. 3. Then select the frequency: Once, Every day, On weekdays. 4. Select one of the alarm alerts: the buzzer or a melody. Press , to confirm. Repeat above steps to set other alarms. Alarm clock The alarm clock will ring even if you turned off your phone, and even if the ringer volume is set to Silent. When the alarm rings, press any key to stop it. Snooze mode Snooze This menu allows you to set the snooze mode On or Off. The snooze mode setting applies to all the alarms you have set. When the snooze mode is On, the alarm will stop ringing temporarily when you press any key (except ,) or when the ringing time is out, then it will ring again around 7 minutes later. To stop the alarm repetition, press , twice when it rings. The snooze mode is automatically deactivated after 9 alarm repetitions. Organiser The organiser shares the mobile capacity and memory with other features (phonebook, picture album, sound, etc.). To check the memory available in your phone, select Multimedia > Memory status. Create a new event This menu allows to create events and store them in your organiser. When the organiser alert is On (see page 16), a beep alerts you when an event is due. Organiser 48 Business 1. 2. 3. Select <New> , then the type of event to create (Holiday, Meeting, To Do). Enter the starting and ending date & time of the event and name it (e.g. "Meeting with Smith"). Set a reminder and a frequency: alerts will be triggered at the chosen time. The reminder only applies to Meeting and To Do events. It will be updated when changing time zones (see “Time and date” page 22). To change the selected event. Change Changing a repeated event will also modify all instances of this event. Send by infrared To transmit the selected event to another IrDA-compatible device. Events views This menu allows you to delete past events. Enter the starting date (past or future) from which all previous events will be deleted and press , twice to delete all events preceding this date. The Day view, Week view and Month view display in the respective format all events stored in your organiser. To display events in these views, simply select the view of your choice and press ,, then move< or >to display the previous or next day, week or month. To delete all events set in your organiser, enter a starting date several years ahead (e.g. 3rd of December, 2010) to make sure all events preceding this date are deleted at once. Note that changing time zones will impact all organiser reminders: the event alarms will be updated depending on the time displayed on the screen (see “Time and date” page 22). Manage events Sound recording Delete old events Select an event in the list and press , to access the following options: Delete Business To delete the selected event. Sound recording This menu allows you to record a sound of 1 minute maximum and up to 20 different sounds, depending on the Memory status. 49 Select <New> to record a new sound. Follow the instructions on the screen and press , once your sound is recorded. Select it in the list to play it, or press , to Delete or Rename it. Recordings saved cannot be sent by MMS. You can also access this menu with a long press on the s key when in idle mode. 50 Euro converter -> Euro These menus allow you to convert a sum from or into Euros by entering the amount and pressing ,. The currency used for the conversion is determined by the country where you have subscribed. The Euro converter is available upon subscription and only in countries using the Euro. Business 12 • Call information Call settings Call settings This menu allows you to set all the call options (call forward, waiting, etc.) and gives you access to the menus described hereafter. transfer, which takes place when one/several calls are in progress. Unconditional Will divert all the incoming calls. Warning! When selecting this option, you will not receive any calls at all until you deactivate it. Conditional Allows you to choose in which circumstance(s) you want to divert incoming calls: If no reply, If not reachable or If busy. Each option can be set independently. Call forward Status To divert incoming calls to your mailbox or to a number (whether in your contacts or not) and applies to: Data calls, Voice calls and Fax calls. Will display the status of all call forwarding. Mailboxes Active flip This option allows you to pick up an incoming call by simply opening the phone. Closing the phone always hangs up an ongoing communication. Before activating this option, you must enter your voice mailboxes’ numbers (see below). This feature is subscription dependent, and different from the call Call information To enter your voice mailbox numbers (if not available on your SIM card). 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 more information on this subject. 51 Auto redial To set the auto redial On or Off. When On if the person you are calling is busy, your phone automatically redials this number until a successful connection is made or until the maximum number of attempts is reached (10). The phone beeps at the beginning of each attempt and emits a special beep if the connection is successful. The time between redials increases with each attempt. Any key answer To accept a call by pressing any key, except ), used to reject a call. Call waiting With GSM call Applies to All calls, Voice calls, Fax calls and Data calls. When this option is active, you hear a beep if someone tries to call you while already on a call. Select the Status option to find out whether the GSM call waiting is active or not. This function is subscription dependent. Contact your operator. 52 With GPRS call Allows you to Activate or Deactivate the call waiting for voice incoming calls while a GPRS connection is ongoing. Caller ID To Show or Hide your identity to your correspondent. The Status option will inform you if this function is activated or not. Call list This menu provides you with the list of outgoing and incoming calls, attempts Call List at auto redialling and call details. The calls (made, missed and received) are displayed in chronological order with the most recent on top. Call list Select an item and press , to consult the date, time, number, call status of any selected call and to know if it was sent or received. Press , again to access the options: Call or Call handsfree this correspondent, Send a SMS, Send by MMS, Delete the selected call or Store the associated number. Call information Reset To reset the whole list at once. If a number listed is also in your Contacts, the corresponding name is displayed. Move+or-to select the number to redial and press (. Press ) to hang up. Call counters Call counters This menu allows you to handle the cost and duration of your calls. GSM counters This menu gives you access to the options described below. The GSM Call Counters do not include WAP connections. Most options mentioned below are subscription dependent. Total duration To Show or Reset the time duration of Outgoing or Incoming calls. Last call info To display the duration and/or cost of your last call. Call information Info at call end To set On or Off the systematic display of the length and/or cost of each call when hanging up. Total cost To display the accumulated cost and to set the counter to zero (may be protected by PIN/PIN2 codes). • Show will show how much has been spent, having established the charge rate. • Reset allows to reset the current Total cost to 0. • Show balance allows to check the remaining credit (compared with previously set limit). • Cancel cost limit allows to cancel the cost limit. • Cost limit lets you to enter the cost limit used in the Show balance menu. • Change rate allows to set or change the rate per unit. First enter the currency used (three characters maximum), then enter the cost per unit. 53 GPRS counters Last PC session This feature is subscription and network dependent. This option will display the last connection session or transfer volume of your PC transmission. Last mobile session This option will display the last connection session or transfer volume of your mobile phone (e.g., after a WAP connection over GPRS). 54 The call counters managed by your mobile phone might differ from the ones used by your operator. You should therefore consider the call counters displayed on the screen as informative items, but NOT as the actual charge rate basis. Call information 13 • Operator services Most items of this menu are subscription dependent and specific to operators. Consequently, the menus shown following may or may not be available. Contact your network operator for details. The services provided may involve making a phone call or sending a SMS for which you may be charged. WAP WAP This menu allows you to access services supplied with your network, such as news, sports, weather, etc. Your mobile phone may have been pre-configured. If not, settings can be configured "over the air", via the club Philips website. Connect to www.club.philips.com then select your country. Note that this service isn’t available if your country and/or mobile doesn’t appear in the list. In this case, contact your operator for information. To launch a WAP session, select Operator Services > WAP > Homepage. Move+or- Operator services Press , Press c Press and c To select a highlighted item. To return to the previous page. hold To end the WAP session. You can also select Options > Exit and press ,. Your mobile phone connects to the network according to the Access settings you have defined in the menu Settings > Network (see page 21). Homepage This is the link to the first WAP site you access when launching a WAP session. In most cases, this menu item is preconfigured and will connect to your operator’s WAP homepage. To change this default homepage see “Options” page 57. Bookmarks This menu allows you to store your favourite WAP site addresses, rename them and access them quickly from the list. To browse the on-line pages. 55 Press(while browsing, then select Bookmarks: the Name and URL fields will be automatically filled in with the information of the page you are browsing. Select Add bookmark and start entering the new name for the edit screen to appear. Press,, then proceed the same way to enter the URL address. The Manage bookmarks menu allows you to Delete or Edit the selected bookmark. Select profile All connection settings described below apply to the selected profile. Security To display the list of installed security Certificates (then display its details or delete it), the Session info or the Current certificate. Rename profile To rename the currently selected profile (start entering the new name for the edit screen to appear). Browser options To activate or deactivate the downloading of images attached to WAP pages. Enter address This menu allows you to enter a WAP site address, to which you connect directly when selecting it (a quick way to access WAP addresses without saving them as bookmarks). All the addresses you enter in this menu and connect to at least once, will appear in a list. Select one of the items and press,to reconnect to the corresponding page, without having to re-enter its complete address. Selecting Never will speed up the global downloading time of the pages browsed. Settings Edit homepage To change the Homepage name and address. Start entering the new name for the edit screen to appear. 56 To select one of the available profiles, then define the connection settings for each of them (press </> to select / deselect). Cache To empty an area of the phone’s memory where the pages browsed during a WAP session are stored. Operator services Connection Select connection allows you to select one of the data profiles you have defined in Settings > Access settings (see page 21). Bearer allows you to select the type of network used by the selected profile when launching a connection (see page 21). Proxy address and Proxy port allow you to define a gateway address and port number to be used when launching a WAP connection using the selected profile. Press and hold 0 to enter "." Push inbox This menu allows you to read and manage messages automatically sent to you by the network and / or by your operator. In some cases, a red "@" sign will be displayed on the screen to inform you that you have received a new push message. Press , to read it or c to go back to idle. link will connect to the WAP site for browsing or downloading multimedia files into your handset. If your push inbox is full, a message will ask you to delete some messages in WAP > Push Inbox. Options While browsing, press , or ( key to access: Homepage To access the default homepage. Back Brings you back to the previously browsed page. Forward Takes you to the next browsed page. Refresh To reload the currently browsed page from its original server. Save as homepage To save the currently browsed WAP page as the default homepage. Save as... To save images embedded in the pages that are displayed in the Picture album. Exit To end a WAP session. Push messages include URL links for quick access to the corresponding WAP services: a single click on the Operator services 57 DTMF tones You can send DTMF tones (or “touch tones”) to some phone services 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 Contacts). The phone number and the DTMF part must be separated by a wait character. To obtain a pause or wait character, press and hold #. The display shows w for wait and p for pause. For example, to hear messages (e.g. code 3) on your answering machine (password 8421) at phone number 12345678, you could call: 12345678w8421p3. Press) Answer a second call Subscription dependent. When you receive a second call while already on the phone, the phone emits an alert beep and the screen displays Call waiting. You can then: Press( To answer the call (the first one is put on hold). Then press , and select: • Switch calls to toggle between calls (one is put on hold and the other one is then activated), • Conference to introduce the new caller into a conference call. Press) To reject the call. Press, To select End call to end the current call, then answer the incoming call. Make a second call You can make a second call during an active call or during a call on hold. Dial a number or select a name in the phonebook, then press(while already on the phone. The first call is put on hold and the number is displayed at the bottom of the screen. The second number is then dialled. You can then: Press , 58 To hang up the active line (the call on hold remains as such). To select Switch calls to toggle between calls (one is put on hold and the other one is then activated). Operator services To receive a second call, you must have deactivated the Call forward for voice calls (see page 51) and activated the Call waiting (see page 52). Answer a third call Subscription dependent. While in communication and one call being on hold, you may receive a third call. 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). Make a first call with someone, then a second one (see above). Press,and select Conference. Repeat the process until five members are connected. If there is an incoming call during the conference call and there are less than five members, you can accept this new call and add this member to the Conference call (if five members are already connected, you can answer the call, but not add it to the conference). The Conf. members options allow you to disconnect a member of the conference by selecting Remove party, or select Private call to have a private call with this member only (other members are put on hold). Explicit call transfer Conference call Subscription dependent. Subscription dependent. You can connect an active call and a call on hold by selecting the Transfer option. You are disconnected when the transfer is completed. You activate the conference call by making several outgoing calls, or create Conference it from a multiparty call context. You may have up to five members at the same time and disconnected all calls at once with). Operator services This feature is different from the Call forward, which takes place before you pick up the call (see page 51). 59 14 • Taking pictures Change the camera mode Press # to switch from VGA to QVGA to Wallpaper to Clip to Fotocall. Change the special effect Press< or>to switch from a special effect (sepia, blue, etc.) to another. Access the camera settings Press , when the camera is active. Take a picture Press m when the camera is active. Save the picture Press m right after the shot. Delete the picture Press c right after the shot. Plug/unplug the camera into the connector (see next page). Access the shot options Press , right after the shot. If the camera was already plugged, long press m to reactivate it. Within any menu, long press c to cancel any current action and go back to idle mode. The camera is an accessory, that is NOT included as standard in the package when purchasing the phone. Please contact your local dealer to buy a camera. None of the settings, features or options described in the present chapter will be available if you’re not using a camera with your phone. Your mobile phone supports a digital camera that allows you to take pictures, store them in your phone, use them as wallpaper or send them to your friends. How to... Activate/deactivate the camera Zoom in/out Press+ or -. Change the vision mode Press * to toggle between Night and Normal mode. 60 Taking pictures Pictures shots Preview mode settings Connect the camera to display the camera preview screen: the lens of the camera is automatically focused and icons are displayed in the bottom: Zoom, Effects, Camera mode, Shot. Camera mode The default picture size of the standard format is VGA 640 x 480 pixels. Press # to switch to QVGA (320 x 240 pixels) to Wallpaper (128 x 160 pixels) to Clip (128 x 128 pixels) to Fotocall (96 x 64 pixels). The icon of the Camera mode you select is displayed in the bottom of the screen. The Clip mode allows you to record a voice message right after you shot the picture. See “Foto Talk: use the Clip mode” page 62 for details concerning this mode. All options and key presses described in this section are applicable only when the camera mode is active, i.e. when the preview is displayed on the screen. You can also press , to access any of them (see “Settings” page 63). Taking pictures Effects Allows you to choose one of the available effects, see “Effect mode” page 64. Selftimer Allows you to set the Self-timer option On or Off (see “Use the self-timer” page 62). Vision mode Two vision modes are available: Normal and Night mode (reflected by the moon icon in the top of the screen). According to ambient light level, press * to toggle between modes. Zoom mode Press the navigation key + or -to zoom in or out. 61 Take a picture Use the self-timer 1. 1. 2. If the self-timer option is Off, and once the camera was activated, pressm to take a picture. The number that appears shows its row. Press: c To ignore the picture you have just taken and go back to preview mode. m , To save it in the Picture album. To access the list of available options: Send (by MMS, Email or infrared), Save it in the Picture Album, Modify it, or Take a new picture. The number of pictures you can save varies according to the settings: the higher the resolution, the bigger the file size. A message will warn you if there isn’t enough memory left. In this case, you must delete data before storing a new picture (see “Memory status” page 44). When they are saved in the Picture album, the pictures are named "img_0001.jpg", etc., up to 9999. This does not mean you can take up to 9999 pictures, but that pictures are numbered up to 9999. Numbering will then restart from 1 on. 62 2. Set the self-timer option On, then pressmto activate it (or press 0 if the option is Off). The countdown starts at 10 seconds (this value cannot be changed). A sound is played 3 seconds before the picture is taken, then again when it’s actually shot. Press c to stop the timer and go back to preview mode or press 0 to just stop the timer. 3. Once the picture is shot, follow the instructions starting at point 2 described in “Take a picture”. Foto Talk: use the Clip mode The Clip mode allows you to make a clip made of a picture and a sound. 1. Select the Clip mode, then press m to take the picture. 2. The Record sound window automatically opens: record the sound or message of your choice (press c to cancel,, to stop the recording, or wait for the maximum recording time of 30 seconds to be reached). Taking pictures 3. Press , to access the following options: Send by MMS To Send your clip via MMS. Play clip To Play it. Saving clip To Save the clip you have created: the picture in Picture album and the recorded sound in Sound album. To make a call, you must first go back to the idle screen. Settings Press, while the camera mode is active to access further settings than the ones available directly within the preview screen. Change clip To Change the clip you made. Settings you last define are saved and available when reusing the camera or until you change them again. Fotocall: see who’s calling General settings The Fotocall mode allows you to make a picture and to link it to a group. When a name in that group calls, the corresponding picture appears. See “Fotocall: see & hear who’s calling” page 13 for details. Camera mode Allows you to switch from a camera mode to another: see “Preview mode settings” page 61. Picture quality To choose a quality available among the following: Low, Medium, High. Sounds settings To set the Alert and Shoot sounds. The first one occurs 3 seconds before the shot, the second one when the picture is shot. Select Default or one of the available sounds, then press , to activate it. Reset settings To reset all values to the default ones. Review the pictures The pictures you save are automatically stored in the Multimedia > Picture album menu. See “Picture album” page 41 for details. Receive and make a call When receiving a call while using the camera: • answering it will quit the camera context and your phone will return to idle when you hang up, • rejecting it will also quit the camera context, and bring you back to the preview screen. Taking pictures 63 Effect mode Self-timer To choose an effect and apply to the picture you take: Normal, Grey, Sepia and Blue. Set this option to On to activate it and press c to go back to the camera preview and take pictures (see page 62). Vision mode To choose one of the two modes available: Normal and Night. The default mode is Normal. 64 Taking pictures Icons & symbols In idle mode, several symbols can be displayed simultaneously either on external screen or main screen. If the network symbol isn’t displayed, the network is not currently available. You may be in a bad reception area, moving to a different location may help. Silent - Your phone will not ring when receiving a call. Vibra - Your phone will vibrate when receiving a call. GPRS attach - Your mobile phone is connected to the GPRS network. SMS message - You have received a new message. SMS full - Memory for messages is full. Delete old messages to receive new ones. Call Forward Unconditional to number - All your incoming voice calls are being forwarded to a number other than voice mail. Call Forward to voice mailbox - All your calls are being forwarded to voice mail. Home zone - A zone designated by your network operator. Subscription dependent, contact your service provider for details. GSM Network: your phone is connected to a GSM network. Reception quality: the more bars are shown the better the reception is. SMS Chat - option is set to On. Voice mail - You have received a new voice mail. Memory full - The phone’s memory is full. Delete items to store new ones. Battery - The bars indicate the battery level (4 bars = full, 1 bar = low). MMS message - You have received a new multimedia message. Alarm clock activated. Wap message - You have received a message in the wap push inbox. Roaming - Displayed when your phone is registered to a network other than your own (especially when you’re abroad). Question - The phone is asking a question. Open the phone to see the details. Icons & symbols 65 Troubleshooting The phone does not switch on Remove and reinstall the battery (see page 1). Make sure you plugged the jack of the charger into the correct connector (see “Charge the battery” page 3). Then charge the phone until the battery icon has stopped scrolling. 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 display shows IMSI failure This problem is related to your subscription. Contact your operator. 66 The symbol is 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, try to reconnect to the network (especially when abroad), check that the antenna is in place if your mobile has an external antenna, or contact your network operator for assistance/information about the network. The display doesn’t respond (or the display responds slowly) to key presses 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. Troubleshooting Your phone doesn’t return to the idle screen Press and hold c 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 or Withheld 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. First check that you entered the number of your SMS centre, or contact your operator for detailed information on this subject. Troubleshooting You can’t receive and/or store JPEG pictures A picture may not be accepted by your mobile phone if it is too large, if its name is too long, or if it doesn’t have the correct file format. See page 32 for complete information on this subject. During battery charge, the battery icon shows no bar 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. The display shows SIM failure Check that the SIM card has been inserted in the right position (see page 1). If the problem remains, your SIM card may be damaged. Contact your operator. You have the feeling that you miss some calls To receive all calls, make sure that none of the features "Conditional call forward" or "unconditional call forward" is activated (see page 51). 67 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 INSERT YOUR SIM CARD Check that the SIM card has been inserted in the right position (see page 1). If the problem remains, your SIM card might be damaged. Contact your operator. The autonomy of your phone seems lower that indicated in the user guide The autonomy is linked to your settings (e.g. ringer volume, backlight duration) and the features you use. To increase the autonomy, and whenever possible, you must deactivate features you do not use. 68 Your phone doesn’t work well in your car A car contains many metallic parts that absorb electormagnetic waves which can affect the phone’s performances. A car kit is available to provide you with an external antenna and enables you to make and receive phone calls without handling the handset. Check with local authorities if you are allowed to use the phone whilst driving. Your phone is not charging Make sure you plugged the jack of the charger into the correct connector (see “Charge the battery” page 3). If your battery is completely flat, it might take several minutes of pre-charge (up to 5 in some cases) before the charging icon is displayed on the screen. Troubleshooting Precautions Radio waves 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. • Your phone transmits/receives radio waves in the GSM frequency (900 /1800 / 1900 MHz). • 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 European 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. Precautions 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. 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 69 telephone complies with all applicable safety standards and the Radio Equipment and Telecommunications Terminal Equipment Directive 1999/5/EC. Always switch off your phone Inadequately protected or sensitive electronic equipment may be affected by radio energy. This interference can lead to accidents. Before boarding an aircraft and/or when packing the phone in your luggage: the use of mobile phones in an aircraft may be dangerous for the operation of the aircraft, disrupt the mobile phones network and may be illegal. In hospitals, clinics, other health care centres and anywhere else where you may be in the close vicinity of medical equipment. 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. 70 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. Users of pacemakers If you are a user of a pacemaker: • Always keep the phone more than 15 cm from your pacemaker when the phone is switched on, in order to avoid potential interference. • Do not carry the phone in a breastpocket. • Use the ear opposite to the pacemaker to minimise the potential interference. • Switch off your phone if you suspect that interference is taking place. Users of hearing aids If you are a user of a hearing aid, consult your physician and hearing aid manufacturer to learn whether your particular device is susceptible to cellular phone interference. Precautions Performance improvement 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. • 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 Precautions 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 battery 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. 71 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. Ensure that your phone and car kit do not block any air bags 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, 72 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. The battery should not be disposed of with general household waste. The labelled packaging material is recyclable. A financial contribution has been made to the associated national packaging recovery and recycling system (e.g. EcoEmballage in France). The materials are recyclable (also identifies the plastic material). Precautions Philips authentic accessories Some accessories, such as a standard battery and a charger are included as standard in the package of your mobile phone. Other accessories might be sold in the commercial package (according to the operator or the retailer), or sold separately. As a consequence, the package content may vary. 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 Electronics cannot be held liable for any damage due to use with non authorised accessories. Charger Charges your battery in any AC outlet. Small enough to carry in a briefcase/handbag. Cigarette lighter adapter Universal car kit Designed to operate your Philips mobile phone hands-free and easy to use, this compact hands-free solution offers a high audio quality. Simply plug the kit into the vehicle auxiliary outlet. In certain countries, telephoning whilst driving is prohibited. For safe and trouble free installation, we recommend that specialized technicians install handsfree car kits. Deluxe headset Inline answer button offers you a simplified alternative to searching for the phone. Simply answer an incoming call by pressing the button. In idle mode, press to activate voice dial. Carry case A black leather carry case protects your phone from nicks and scratches. Charges the battery and plugs into any vehicle power outlet. Philips authentic accessories 73 Digital camera This 360° rotating camera allows you to take pictures and to store them in your phone. Supplied with specific carry case. TV Link This data cable allows you to display a slide show on your TV. Simply connect the data end of the cable to the headset connector of your phone, then connect the video end to the video IN connector of your TV or VCR. 74 See “TV Slideshow” page 43 for detailed information on how to select pictures and display them in a slideshow. Data connect kit Easy data connection to your Philips mobile phone. The USB cable enables high speed connection between your phone and your computer. Just connect your phone to the cable for an automatic organiser and phonebook synchronization within a few seconds. The software allows you to send faxes and SMS, download pictures and melodies. Philips authentic accessories SAR Information THIS MODEL PHONE MEETS THE EU & FCC REQUIREMENTS FOR EXPOSURE TO RADIO WAVES Your mobile phone is a radio transmitter and receiver. It is designed and manufactured not to exceed the limits for exposure to radio frequency (RF) energy recommended by the Council of the European Union. These limits are part of comprehensive guidelines and establish permitted levels of RF energy for the general population. The guidelines were developed by independent scientific organisations through periodic and thorough evaluation of scientific studies. The limits include a substantial safety margin designed to assure the safety of all persons, regardless of age and health. The exposure standard for mobile phones employs a unit of measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate, or SAR. The SAR limit recommended by the Council of the European Union is 2.0 W/kg. Tests for SAR have been conducted using standard operating positions with the phone transmitting at its highest certified power level in all tested frequency bands. Although the SAR is determined at the highest certified power level, the actual SAR level of the phone while operating can be well below the maximum value. This is because the phone is designed to operate at multiple power levels so as to use only the power required to reach the network. In general, the closer you are to a base station antenna, the lower the power output. Before a phone model is available for sale to the public, compliance with the European RTTE directive must be shown. This directive includes as one essential requirement the protection of the health and the safety for the user and any other person. The highest SAR value for this Philips Xenium [email protected]/ CT6508 model phone when tested for compliance against the standard was 0.740 W/kg. While there may be differences between the SAR levels of various phones and at various positions, they all meet the EU requirements for RF exposure. For body worn operation, this phone has been tested and meets the Federal Communications Commission RF exposure guidelines when used with the Philips accessories supplied. Use of other accessories may not ensure compliance with FCC RF exposure guidelines. The SAR limit set by the Federal Communications Commission of the U.S. Government is 1.6 W/kg. The highest reported SAR values are: Head: 0.671 W/kg; Body-worn: 0.065 W/kg. SAR Information 75 SAR Information THIS MOBILE PHONE MEETS INTERNATIONAL AND FCC REQUIREMENTS FOR EXPOSURE TO RADIO WAVES Your mobile phone is a radio transmitter and receiver. It is designed and manufactured not to exceed the limits for exposure to radio frequency (RF) recommended by international guidelines (ICNIRP). These limits are part of comprehensive guidelines and establish permitted levels of RF energy for the general population. The guidelines were developed by independent scientific organisations through periodic and thorough evaluation of scientific studies. The guidelines include a substantial safety margin designed to assure the safety of all persons, regardless of age and health. The exposure standard for mobile phones employs a unit of measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate, or SAR. The SAR limit stated in the international guidelines is 2.0 W/kg. Tests for SAR are conducted using standard operating positions with the phone transmitting at its highest certified power level in all tested frequency bands. Although the SAR is determined at the highest certified power level, the actual SAR of the phone while operating can be well below the maximum value. This is because the phone is designed to operate at multiple power levels so as to use only the power required to reach the network. In general, the closer you are to a base station, the lower the power output of the phone. The highest SAR value for this Philips Xenium [email protected] / CT6508 model phone when tested for use at the ear is 0.740 W/kg. While there may be differences between the SAR levels of various phones and at various positions, they all meet the relevant international guidelines for RF exposure. For body worn operation, this phone has been tested and meets the Federal Communications Commission RF exposure guidelines when used with the Philips accessories supplied. Use of other accessories may not ensure compliance with FCC RF exposure guidelines. The SAR limit set by the Federal Communications Commission of the U.S. Government is 1.6 W/kg. The highest reported SAR values are: Head: 0.671 W/kg; Body-worn: 0.065 W/kg. 76 SAR Information JAVA is a trademark of Sun Microsystems, Inc. In-Fusio and the games engine Exen are trademarks of In-Fusio France. T9 ® is a trademark of Tegic Communications Inc. Tegic Euro. Pat. App. 0842463 77 Declaration of conformity We, Philips France - Mobile Telephony 4 rue du Port aux Vins - Les patios 92156 Suresnes Cedex FRANCE declare under our sole responsibility that the product Philips Xenium [email protected] CT6508 Cellular Mobile Radio GSM 900/GSM 1800 TAC: 352774 00 to which this declaration relates, is in conformity with the following Standards: EN 60950, EN 50360 and EN 301 489-07 EN 301 511 v 7.0.1 We hereby declare that all essential radio test suites have been carried out and that the above named product is in conformity to all the essential requirements of Directive 1999/5/EC. The conformity assessment procedure referred to in Article 10 and detailed in Annex V of Directive 1999/ 5/EC has been followed related to articles 3.1 and 3.2 with the involvement of the following Notified Body: BABT, Claremont House, 34 Molesey Road, Waltonon-Thames, KT12 4RQ, UK Identification mark: 0168 Le Mans, May 18th, 2004 Jean-Omer Kifouani Quality Manager In case your Philips product is not working correctly or is defective, please return your phone to the place of purchase or to the Philips National Service Center. Refer to the International Guarantee shipped in the box for information on Service centers and technical documentation relevant to your equipment.
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