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Rio User Guide
FCC Notice
This manual is based on the production version of the Kyocera
E3100 phone. Software changes may have occurred after this
printing. Kyocera reserves the right to make changes in
technical and product specifications without prior notice.
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copyrighted software contained in the KCI products may not be
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manner not permitted by law.
Furthermore, the purchase of the KCI products shall not be
deemed to grant—either directly or by implication, estoppel, or
otherwise—any license under the copyrights, patents, or patent
applications of KCI or any third party software provider, except
for the normal, non-exclusive royalty-free license to use that
arises by operation of law in the sale of a product.
Kyocera is a registered trademark of Kyocera Corporation. Brick
Attack and Race 21 are trademarks of Kyocera Wireless Corp.
QUALCOMM is a registered trademark of QUALCOMM
Incorporated.
Openwave is a trademark of Openwave Systems Incorporated.
eZiText is a registered trademark of Zi Corporation. TransFlash
is a trademark of SanDisk Corporation. Bluetooth trademarks
are owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and used by Kyocera
Communications Inc. under license.
All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
Copyright © 2010 Kyocera Corporation. All rights reserved.
Ringer Tones Copyright © 2000-2010 Kyocera Corporation.
82-A6193-1EN, Rev. 002
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is
subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not
cause harmful interference, and (2) This device must accept any
interference received, including interference that may cause
undesired operation. To maintain compliance with FCC RF
exposure guidelines, if you wear a phone on your body, use the
Kyocera Communications Inc. (KCI) supplied and approved
accessory designed for this product. Using accessories that are
not supplied or approved by KCI may violate FCC RF exposure
guidelines.
Other accessories used with this device for body-worn
operations must not contain any metallic components and must
provide at least 15 mm separation distance including the
antenna and the user’s body.
THIS MODEL PHONE MEETS THE GOVERNMENT’S
REQUIREMENTS FOR EXPOSURE TO RADIO WAVES.
Your wireless phone is a radio transmitter and receiver. It is
designed and manufactured to not exceed the emission limits for
exposure to radio frequency (RF) energy set by the Federal
Communications Commission of the U.S. Government. These
limits are part of comprehensive guidelines and establish
permitted levels of RF energy for the general population. The
guidelines are based on standards that were developed by
independent scientific organizations through periodic and
thorough evaluation of scientific studies. The standards include
a substantial safety margin designed to assure the safety of all
persons, regardless of age and health.
The exposure standard for wireless mobile phones employs a
unit of measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate, or
SAR. The SAR limit set by the FCC is 1.6 W/kg.*
Tests for SAR are conducted using standard operating positions
specified by the FCC 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
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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 wireless base station antenna, the lower the power
output.
Before a phone model is available for sale to the public, it must
be tested and certified to the FCC that it does not exceed the
limit established by the government-adopted requirement for
safe exposure. The tests are performed in positions and
locations (e.g., at the ear and worn on the body) as required by
the FCC for each model.
Body-worn measurements differ among phone models,
depending upon availability of accessories and FCC
requirements. While there may be differences between the SAR
levels of various phones and at various positions, they all meet
the government requirement for safe exposure.
The FCC has granted an Equipment Authorization for this model
phone with all reported SAR levels evaluated as in compliance
with the FCC RF emission guidelines.
The highest reported SAR values of this phone are:
Cellular CDMA mode (Part 22):
Head: 1.06 W/kg; Body-worn: 0.83 W/kg
PCS mode (Part 24):
Head: 1.49 W/kg; Body-worn: 0.59 W/kg
AWS mode (Part 27):
Head: 1.21 W/kg; Body-worn: 0.54 W/kg
SAR information on this model phone is on file with the FCC and
can be found under the Display Grant section
www.fcc.gov/oet/ea/fccid after searching on the FCC ID:
OVF-K5402.
Additional information on SAR can be found on the Cellular
Telecommunications and Internet Association (CTIA) web-site at
www.ctia.org.
* In the United States and Canada, the SAR limit for mobile
phones used by the public is 1.6 watts/kg (W/kg) averaged over
one gram of tissue.
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Bluetooth® Certification
For information about E3100 Bluetooth Certification, visit the
Bluetooth Qualification Program Web site at
www.bluetooth.org/tpg/listings.cfm.
Caution
The user is cautioned that changes or modifications not
expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance
could void the warranty and user’s authority to operate the
equipment.
Optimize your Phone’s Performance
Use the instructions in this guide to learn how to optimize the
performance and life of your phone and battery.
Air Bags
If you have an air bag, DO NOT place installed or portable
phone equipment or other objects over the air bag or in the air
bag deployment area. If equipment is not properly installed, you
and your passengers risk serious injury.
Medical Devices
Pacemakers—Warning to pacemaker wearers: Wireless
phones, when in the ‘on’ position, have been shown to interfere
with pacemakers. The phone should be kept at least six (6)
inches away from the pacemaker to reduce risk.
The Health Industry Manufacturers Association and the wireless
technology research community recommend that you follow
these guidelines to minimize the potential for interference.
• Always keep the phone at least six inches (15 centimeters)
away from your pacemaker when the phone is turned on.
• Do not carry your phone near your heart.
• Use the ear opposite the pacemaker.
• If you have any reason to suspect that interference is taking
place, turn off your phone immediately.
Hearing aids—Some digital wireless phones may interfere with
hearing aids. In the event of such interference, you may want to
call the customer service line to discuss alternatives.
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Other medical devices—If you use any other personal medical
device, consult the manufacturer of the device to determine if it
is adequately shielded from external RF energy. Your physician
may be able to help you obtain this information.
In health care facilities—Turn your phone off in health care
facilities when instructed. Hospitals and health care facilities
may be using equipment that is sensitive to external RF energy.
Use with Care
Use only in normal position (to ear). Avoid dropping, hitting,
bending, or sitting on the phone.
Avoid Magnetic Environments
Keep the phone away from magnets which can cause improper
functioning of the phone.
Potentially unsafe areas
Keep Your Phone Dry
Posted facilities—Turn your phone off in any facility when
posted notices require you to do so.
Aircraft—FCC regulations prohibit using your phone on a plane
that is in the air. Turn your phone off or switch it to Airplane
Mode before boarding aircraft.
Vehicles—RF signals may affect improperly installed or
inadequately shielded electronic systems in motor vehicles.
Check with the manufacturer of the device to determine if it is
adequately shielded from external RF energy.
Blasting areas—Turn off your phone where blasting is in
progress. Observe restrictions, and follow any regulations or
rules.
Potentially explosive atmospheres—Turn off your phone
when you are in any area with a potentially explosive
atmosphere. Obey all signs and instructions. Sparks in such
areas could cause an explosion or fire, resulting in bodily injury
or death. Areas with a potentially explosive atmosphere are
often, but not always, clearly marked.
They include:
• fueling areas such as gas stations
• below deck on boats
• transfer or storage facilities for fuel or chemicals
• vehicles using liquefied petroleum gas, such as propane or
butane
• areas where the air contains chemicals or particles such as
grain, dust, or metal powders
• any other area where you would normally be advised to turn
off your vehicle engine
Keep the phone dry. Damage can result if the phone gets wet.
Water damage is not covered under warranty.
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Resetting the Phone
If the screen seems frozen and the keypad does not respond to
key presses, reset the phone by completing the following steps:
1. Remove the battery cover.
2. Remove and replace the battery.
If the problem persists, return the phone to the dealer for
service.
Accessories
Use only Kyocera-approved accessories with Kyocera phones.
Use of any unauthorized accessories may be dangerous and will
void the phone warranty if said accessories cause damage or a
defect to the phone.
Radio Frequency (RF) Energy
Your telephone is a radio transmitter and receiver. When it is on,
it receives and sends out RF energy. Your service provider’s
network controls the power of the RF signal. This power level
can range from 0.006 to 0.6 watts.
In August 1996, the U.S. Federal Communications Commission
(FCC) adopted RF exposure guidelines with safety levels for
hand-held wireless phones. These guidelines are consistent with
the safety standards previously set by both U.S. and
international standards bodies in the following reports:
• ANSI C95.1 (American National Standards Institute, 1992)
• NCRP Report 86 (National Council on Radiation Protection
and Measurements, 1986)
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ICNIRP (International Commission on Non-Ionizing
Radiation Protection, 1996)
Your phone complies with the standards set by these reports
and the FCC guidelines.
E911 Mandates
Where service is available, this phone complies with the Phase I
and Phase II E911 Mandates issued by the FCC.
Hearing Aid Compatibility (HAC) with Mobile
Phones
Some mobile phones and hearing devices (hearing aids and
cochlear implants), when used together, result in buzzing,
humming, or whining noises detected by the user.
Some hearing devices are more immune than others to this
interference noise, and phones also vary in the amount of
interference they generate.
The wireless telephone industry has developed ratings for some
of their mobile phones, to assist hearing device users in finding
phones that may be compatible with their hearing devices. Not
all phones have been rated.
Phones that are rated have the rating on their box or a label on
the box. The ratings are not guarantees and results will vary
depending on the user’s hearing device and hearing loss. If your
hearing device happens to be vulnerable to interference, you
may not be able to use a rated phone successfully. Trying out
the phone with your hearing device is the best way to evaluate it
for your personal needs.
M-Ratings—Phones rated M3 or M4 meet FCC requirements
and are likely to generate less interference to hearing devices
than phones that are not labeled. M4 is the better/higher of the
two ratings.
T-Ratings—Phones rated T3 or T4 meet FCC requirements and
are likely to be more usable with a hearing device’s telecoil (“T
Switch” or “Telephone Switch”) than unrated phones. T4 is the
better/higher of the two ratings. (Note that not all hearing
devices have telecoils in them.)
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Hearing devices may also be measured for immunity to this type
of interference. Your hearing device manufacturer or hearing
health professional may help you choose the proper rating for
your mobile phone. The more immune your hearing aid is, the
less likely you are to experience interference noise from mobile
phones.
For more information about hearing aid compatibility, visit the
FCC’s Consumer & Governmental Affairs Bureau Web site at
www.fcc.gov/cgb/dro.
Kyocera Communications Inc.
www.kyocera-wireless.com
To purchase accessories, visit
kyocera.superiorcommunications.com
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Table of Contents
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Get Started . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Phone Battery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Memory Card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Phone Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Guide Conventions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
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Contacts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Create a Contact . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
View Contacts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
View Groups List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
View Favorites List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Launch MyBackup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Contact List Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Group List Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Favorite List Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Contact Detail Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Group Detail Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Browser . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Launch Browser . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
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Send Email. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Calendar. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Create an Event . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44
Manage Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44
Calendar Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .46
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Music Player . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
View Artists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .47
View Albums . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .47
View Playlists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .47
Play a Song. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .47
Load a Song . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48
Artist / Album List Options . . . . . . . . . . . .48
Playlist Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .49
Song Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50
Music Player Settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .51
Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Phone Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Dialer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Call History. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Voicemail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
View All Message Threads. . . . . . . . . . . .
Create a Message . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Reply to a Message. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Compose Message Options . . . . . . . . . . .
Text Entry Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Thread List Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
View Thread Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
View Message Options. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Message Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Browse the Web . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42
Add a Bookmark . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42
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Camera . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
Camera Tips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52
Take a Picture. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52
Camera Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52
Camera Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .53
10 Gallery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
Gallery Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .55
Images . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .55
Sounds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .56
Manage Gallery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .56
11 Alarm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
Activate an Alarm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .59
Set an Alarm. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .59
Set the Quick Alarm. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .59
Change Alarm Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .59
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12 Bluetooth. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .60
21 Games & Apps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77
Enable Bluetooth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
Manage Bluetooth Devices . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
Set Phone’s Name . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
Limit Visibility . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
Enable OBEX Authentication . . . . . . . . . . 61
View Supported Services. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
How does BREW Work? . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77
Download an Application . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77
Access Help for Games & Apps . . . . . . . . 77
13 Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .62
Settings Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
Bluetooth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
Convenience . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
Display. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
Sound and Touch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
Voice Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65
Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
Network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
Security . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69
Phone Info . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69
14 Use Stopwatch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .70
15 World Clock. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .71
View a City . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
Find a City . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
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Use Calculator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .72
Use Tip Calculator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .73
Record a Voice Memo . . . . . . . . . . . . . .74
Memo Pad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .75
Create a Memo. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
Edit a Memo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
Send a Memo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
Use a Number or Address from a Memo. . 75
Lock a Memo. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
Delete a Memo. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
Delete All Memos . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
20 Use Timer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .76
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22 Voice Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78
Call a Contact . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78
Call a Number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78
Play a Playlist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78
Use a Shortcut . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79
Find a Contact . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79
23 Get Help . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
User Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
Customer Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
Qualified Service. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
Phone Accessories. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
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Get Started
Phone Battery
Charge Battery
Install Battery
1. The Micro-USB jack is
located on top of the
phone. Connect the AC
adapter to the Micro-USB
jack.
2. Plug the adapter into a
wall outlet.
The battery icon in the upper-right corner of
the screen tells you whether the phone is:
– Charging (the icon is animated)
– Partially charged
– Fully charged
You must have at least a partial charge in the
battery to make or receive calls. You can safely
recharge the battery at any time, even if it has a
partial charge.
Note: Before removing the battery, make sure
the phone is powered off.
1. Hold the phone face down.
2. Find the notch on the
bottom of the phone. It is
a rectangle. Using your
thumbnail, remove the
battery cover by prying it
up from the bottom.
3. Place the battery in the
battery casing. Make sure
that the metal contacts of
the battery and battery
casing touch.
4. Replace the battery cover
by sliding the notches
into the openings on the
top of the battery casing.
5. Snap the cover into place.
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Battery Safety Guidelines
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Do not disassemble or open the battery.
Do not crush, bend, deform, puncture, or
shred the battery.
Do not attempt to insert foreign objects into
the battery.
Do not immerse the battery or expose it to
water or other liquids. Even if a battery
appears to dry out and operate normally,
internal parts can slowly corrode and cause
a safety hazard.
Always keep the battery between 15 °C and
25 °C (59 °F and 77 °F). Do not expose the
battery to extremes of temperature (heat or
cold), fire, or other hazards such as a
cooking surface, clothes iron, or radiator.
Never use any damaged battery.
Only use the battery for its intended phone.
Only use the battery with a qualified
charger. Use of an unqualified battery
charger may present a risk of fire,
explosion, leakage, or other hazard. If you
are unsure about whether a charger is
qualified, contact customer support.
Do not short-circuit the battery or allow
metallic conductive objects—such as keys,
coins, or jewelry—to contact the battery’s
terminals.
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Common Causes of Battery Drain
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Replace the battery only with another
qualified battery. Use of an unqualified
battery may present a risk of fire,
explosion, leakage, or other hazard. If you
are unsure about whether a replacement
battery is compatible, contact customer
support.
Promptly dispose of used batteries in
accordance with local regulations and
recycle if possible. Do not dispose as
household waste.
Supervise all battery usage by children.
Avoid dropping the phone or battery. If the
phone or battery is dropped, especially on a
hard surface, an internal short-circuit can
occur and pose a safety hazard. If you
suspect battery damage, take it to a service
center for inspection.
Improper battery use may result in a fire,
explosion, or other hazard.
Playing games or using the Web.
Using the flash when taking pictures.
Setting the backlight to always lit.
Operating when far away from a base
station or cell site.
Using data cables or accessories.
Operating when no service is available, or
service is available intermittently.
High earpiece and ringer volume settings.
Repeating sound, vibration, or lighted
alerts.
Phone Battery
Memory Card
Remove Memory Card
You can extend the phone’s memory with a
MicroSD memory card.
1. Hold the phone face down.
2. Find the notch on the
bottom of the phone. It is
a rectangle. Using your
thumbnail, remove the
battery cover by prying it
up from the bottom.
3. Remove the memory card from the slot.
4. Replace the battery cover by sliding the
notches into the openings on the top of the
battery casing.
5. Snap the cover into place.
Install the Memory Card
1. Hold the phone face down.
2. Find the notch on the bottom of the phone.
It is a rectangle. Using your thumbnail,
remove the battery cover by prying it up
from the bottom.
3. Make sure that the metal
contacts are facing down,
securely slide the memory
card into the inner part of
the slot.
4. Replace the battery cover
by sliding the notches into the openings on
the top of the battery casing.
5. Snap the cover into place.
Note: A notification appears when the card is
ready for use. Do not use the card until you see
the notification.
Format Memory Card
From Accessories, select Memory Card >
Format Card > Yes to format your memory
card.
Note: Formatting will erase all current
information on the memory card.
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Phone Overview
Get to Know Your Phone
The following shows the front of the phone.
1. Earpiece speaker.
2. Touch screen. Your phone has a touch-activated
screen. Touch objects on the screen to select them.
The initial state of the phone is referred to as the
home screen.
Note: To prevent damage, do not use sharp objects on
the touch screen.
3. Menu key accesses the Menu.
4. Send key starts or answers a call. Press once to
display the recent calls list or twice to redial the last
number dialed. Press and hold to activate voice
commands.
5. Navigation key scrolls to objects on the screen. The
Navigation key has an optical sensor that allows it to
sense your finger. To scroll, swipe your finger across the Navigation key left, right, up or
down. Objects are highlighted as you scroll to them. You can press the Navigation key or
touch the screen to select an object.
6. Power key turns on the phone. Press and hold the Power key to turn the phone on or off.
When the phone is on, press the Power key to lock or unlock the touch screen. This prevents
accidental touches.
7. Back key returns you to the previous screen.
8. End key ends a call or browser session. You can also return to the home screen, when you
press the End key.
Note: The End key does not turn on the phone. Use the Power key to turn the phone on or off.
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Phone Overview
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3G CDMA
The following shows the back of the phone.
1. Accessory eyelet (for optional straps and lanyards).
2. Jack for AC adapter (included) and Micro-USB cable
(sold separately).
3. Camera lens.
4. Power key turns on the phone. Press and hold the
Power key to turn the phone on or off. When the phone
is on, press the Power key to lock or unlock the touch
screen. This prevents accidental touches.
5. Jack for a hands-free headset (sold separately).
6. External speaker.
7. Camera key activates camera mode. Press and hold the
Camera key to activate camera mode.
8. Volume key raises or lowers ringer volume.
Warning: Inserting an accessory into the incorrect jack
will damage the phone.
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Home Screen
The home screen refers to the initial state of the phone. This is also called the idle state. The home
screen has the following elements:
1. Top row icons. The top row of the screen has a set of
small icons that display signal strength, battery life,
message alerts, and other information.
2. Display controls. Change the display options of the
home screen.
3. Banner area. The banner displays a greeting banner,
date, and time.
4. Shortcuts. Your phone has the following shortcuts:
– Messages to view messages.
– Phone to call a number.
– Main Menu to access the menu screen.
– Contacts to view contacts.
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Phone Overview
Menu Screen
From the home screen, touch Main Menu to access the menu screen. The menu screen has the
following elements:
1. Top row icons.
2. Tabs. Switch the menu that you are viewing. Choose
one of the following:
– Menu to access the phone menu.
– Apps to access applications.
– Weblinks to access web sites.
3. Menu area. The current menu you are viewing. To
move a menu item to the home screen, touch and
hold it.
4. Option bar. Touch Storefront to buy more
applications or Close to return to the home screen.
Note: The menu items on your phone can change
depending on the applications provided by your service
provider.
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Message Screen
From Messages, you will see the following screen. This screen has the following elements that are
commonly used throughout your phone’s software:
1. Top row icons.
2. Title. The title displays your current location.
3. Work space. The work space is where you can
complete tasks. For example, the message screen
has a list of threads in the work space.
4. Option bar. The option bar displays the most
frequent options used. The option bar can contain
icons or words.
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Phone Overview
Top Row Icons
These icons may appear on the top row of your phone’s screen.
The phone is operating in IS-2000 (1X)
digital mode.
Position location is set to emergency
services only.
The phone is in airplane mode.
Position location is set to your service
provider and to emergency services.
The alarm clock is set.
The phone has a high speed data connection.
The battery is fully charged. The more black
bars, the greater the charge.
A call is in progress.
The phone is transferring data with
Bluetooth.
The phone is set to light up instead of ring.
New photo message.
A headset or other hands free device is in
operation.
New photo, text, and voice message.
A headset or other hands free device is
transferring data.
New text message.
Bluetooth wireless technology is disabled
(Off).
Bluetooth wireless technology is enabled
(On).
The battery will not charge.
Data service is available and active on your
phone. Check with your service provider for
availability.
Data service is available, but the phone is
dormant.
The phone is receiving high-speed data.
The phone is sending high-speed data.
The phone is operating in IS-95 digital
mode.
Content is DRM protected.
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New voice message.
The phone is not receiving a signal. You
cannot make or receive calls.
The phone is roaming outside of its home
service area.
The phone is in privacy mode or is accessing
a secure Web site.
The phone is receiving a signal. You can
make and receive calls. Fewer bars indicate a
weaker signal.
A T-coil hearing aid is in operation.
A traffic channel is active.
The phone is in TTY device mode.
The phone is set to vibrate or to vibrate and
then ring.
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Touch Icons
You can touch icons to initiate actions when they appear on your screen’s working space. Icons are
referred to in the user guide as follows:
More icon accesses more options.
Pause icon pauses playback of a sound file.
New icon create a new contact, message,
group or other items.
Repeat icon repeats playback of files in
current playlist.
Back icon erases characters when entering
text.
Shuffle icon shuffles playback of files in
current playlist.
Shift icon changes letter case when entering
text.
Favorites icon adds a contact to your
favorites list.
Call icon calls the contact or number.
Bluetooth icon turns on Bluetooth.
Message icon sends a message to the
contact or number.
Add icon add a recipient when creating
messages.
Camera icon take a picture.
My Photos icon view saved photos.
Saved Images icon view saved images.
Wallpapers icon view wallpaper files.
Last Picture icon goes to the last picture
taken.
Play Song icon opens the song in Music
Player.
Play icon starts playback of a sound file.
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Guide Conventions
In this guide, the following conventions are
used when describing phone features.
Touch means to touch an area on the screen.
For example, “Touch Done” means to
physically touch the word Done on your phone
screen.
Press means to use a phone key. For example,
“Press the Send key to make a phone call” tells
you to physically press the Send key on your
phone.
Scroll means to use the Navigation key to
move through a list on the display. For
example, “Scroll through your contacts list to
choose a contact” means to physically swipe
the Navigation key up or down to scroll
through the list on the display.
Select means to choose an option. For
example, “Select Settings” means to
physically press the Navigation to select the
highlighted Settings option. You can also
touch Settings to select it.
> (greater than symbol) tells you to select an
option from a menu or list. For example,
“Settings > Accessories” means to:
1. From the main menu, touch Settings.
2. Scroll to the Accessories option.
3. Touch Accessories.
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Messages
Use Messages to manage messages on your
phone.
View All Message Threads
All messages are displayed as a list of threads.
A thread is group of messages sent between
you and a contact, number or email address.
The thread with the most recent message is
displayed first.
1. From Messages, all message threads are
displayed. Threads are displayed in the
following ways:
– Unread threads are in bold text. The
number of messages in the thread is
shown in parenthesis after the address
of the sender, for example Luthor Bone
(5). If there is only one message in a
thread, no number is displayed.
– Read threads are in plain text. Messages
with attachments or messages that are
locked are designated by applicable
icons.
– Drafts are designated by an icon.
– Browser alerts are designated by an
icon.
– Scheduled messages are designated by
an icon. These messages will be sent at
the time set by you.
– Pending messages are designated by an
icon. These messages will be sent when
possible.
– Failed messages are designated by an
icon. These messages cannot be sent.
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2. At the thread list, you can do the following:
– Touch a thread to view messages in the
thread. When viewing a thread, touch a
message to view that individual
message.
– Touch New to create a new message.
– Touch More icon to access more
features.
Create a Message
You can only send messages to phone numbers
capable of receiving them or to email
addresses. If the character and file size limit for
a single message is exceeded, the message
must be edited to meet the size limitation.
1. From Messages, touch New.
2. At the compose screen, enter a recipient’s
phone number or email address. Touch
Add icon to access contacts, groups or
recently used addresses.
3. If applicable, enter a subject.
4. Enter a message.
5. If applicable, touch Attach to select a file
from your phone or to create a new file to
send with your message.
6. If applicable, touch More icon to access
more features.
7. When done, touch Send.
View All Message Threads
If you receive a call while creating a message,
a notification appears. Do one of the following:
– Touch Ignore to ignore the call and
return to the compose screen.
– Press the Send key to answer the call.
Your message is automatically saved as
a draft.
Save Preset Text
Reply to a Message
1. When composing a message, select Attach
> Camera.
2. Take a picture.
3. Complete your message.
When receiving a message, your phone
displays a notification and a message icon
appears at the top of the screen. The message
icon flashes an urgent message alert if the
message is urgent.
1. When a message notification appears,
touch View. If you want to view the
message later, touch Ignore. The message
icon will remain when you have an unread
message.
2. When viewing a message, touch Reply.
3. Complete your message.
Compose Message Options
Save Message as a Draft
When composing a message, select More icon
> Save as Draft when entering the text. Your
phone saves the message as a draft to complete
at a later time.
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1. When composing a message, select More
icon > Save as Preset Text when entering
the text to use it later as preset text.
2. Complete your message.
Take a Picture
Record a Sound
1. When composing a message, select Attach
> Record Sound.
2. Record the sound.
3. Complete your message.
Attach a Media File
1. When composing a message, select Attach
> Media Gallery.
2. Select a file.
3. Complete your message.
Attach a Contact
1. When composing a message, select Attach
> Contacts.
2. Select a contact.
3. Complete your message.
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Attach an Event
Enable CC and BCC Fields
1. When composing a message, select Attach
> Events.
2. Select an event.
3. Complete your message.
1. When composing a message, select More
icon > Add CC/BCC to enable the CC and
BCC address fields.
2. Complete your message.
Request a Message Receipt
Add Slides to Messages
1. When composing a message, select More
icon > Delivery > Message Receipt > On
to request a message delivery notice.
2. Complete your message.
Use slides in a message to send multiple files,
such as pictures or voice memos. The options
to add more slides can only be used once you
have attached an initial media file.
1. When composing a message, select More
icon > Add New Slide.
2. Select a slide and add more files or text if
needed.
To navigate through the slides, select More
icon > Next Slide or Previous Slide. To
erase the current slide, select More icon >
Erase Slide.
3. Complete your message.
The number of slides you can attach is limited
by the available memory space and the file size
of the attachments.
Set Message Priority
1. When composing a message, select More
icon > Delivery > Priority.
2. Select a priority level.
3. Complete your message.
Request a Message Read Receipt
1. When composing a message, select More
icon > Message Read Receipt > On to
request a message read notice.
2. Complete your message.
Set the Validity Period
1. When composing a message, select More
icon > Validity Period to set how long to
keep your message valid before removing it
from the phone if not sent.
2. Touch Time to change the time.
3. Touch Date to change the date.
4. Touch Set.
5. Complete your message.
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Set the Slide Interval
1. When composing a message, select More
icon > Slide Interval.
2. Select a time interval for the slides.
3. Complete your message.
Cancel a Message
When composing a message, select More icon
> Cancel Msg to cancel the message.
Compose Message Options
Text Entry Options
Enter Text with Full QWERTY
Enter Text with Grid Keyboard
1. When entering text, select More icon >
Full QWERTY Keyboard to access the
full QWERTY keyboard.
2. When finished, touch Done.
To return to the grid keyboard, select Grid
Keyboard.
1. When composing a message, touch a text
entry field.
2. At the keyboard, you can do one of the
following:
– Touch keyboard to enter text. Press a
key once for the first letter, twice for the
second letter, and so on. If your phone
is set to Spanish, accented letters are
available. Wait for the cursor to move
right and enter the next character.
– Touch Abc to enter letters.
– Touch SYM to enter numbers and
symbols.
– Touch Back icon to erase characters.
– Touch Space to enter a space.
– Touch Shift icon to change the letter
case.
– Touch More icon to access more
options.
– Touch Done to close the keyboard.
Enter Text with Half QWERTY
1. When entering text, select More icon >
Half QWERTY Keyboard to access the
half QWERTY keyboard.
2. When finished, touch Done.
To return to the grid keyboard, select Grid
Keyboard.
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Enter Numbers and Symbols
1. When entering text, touch SYM. The
keyboard changes to show numbers and
symbols.
2. Enter characters as needed. Go to the next
screen to see more characters.
To return to letter keyboard, touch Abc.
Change Letter Case
Your phone enters letters in sentence case. You
can change this to upper or lower case, if
needed.
When entering text, touch and hold Shift icon
to change the letter case mode. The keyboard
will change accordingly.
To change case for next letter only, touch Shift
icon.
Add Smileys
1. When entering text, touch More icon >
Add Smiley. The keyboard changes to
smileys.
2. Select a smiley. Go to the next screen to see
more smileys.
3. When finished, touch Done.
To return to letter keyboard, touch Abc.
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Insert Preset Text
Enter Text in English
1. When entering text, select More icon >
Preset Text to use a preset text message.
2. Select a text message.
3. When finished, touch Done.
1. When entering text, select More icon >
English Writing Language to enter text
with English characters.
2. When finished, touch Done.
Use Word Recognition
Thread List Options
When you create a message, your phone can
speed up word completion. Your phone uses a
dictionary to guess words that you are trying to
spell.
1. When entering text, select More icon >
Turn eZi On to activate word recognition.
2. Enter a series of letters, then select a word
from the choices provided. If the choices do
not fit on the screen, touch More icon to
see all the words. To add a word to the your
phone dictionary, select Add Word.
For example to enter the word “Wyoming”,
touch the w > y > o keys and touch Wyoming.
To turn off word recogntion, select Turn eZi
Off.
Enter Text in Spanish
1. When entering text, select More icon >
Spanish Writing Language to enter text
with Spanish characters.
2. When finished, touch Done.
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Complete a Draft
1. From Messages, select a draft.
2. Complete your message.
View a Browser Alert
1. From Messages, select a browser alert.
2. If applicable, touch Connect to launch the
browser.
Delete Multiple Threads
1. From Messages, select More icon > Delete
Multiple.
2. Select threads to delete. A mark appears
next to each selection. You can also remove
marks.
3. Touch Delete > Yes to confirm.
Note: You cannot recover deleted information.
Delete All Threads
1. From Messages, select More icon > Delete
All.
2. Touch Yes to confirm.
Note: You cannot recover deleted information.
Thread List Options
View Thread Options
Delete All Messages in a Thread
Reply to a Thread
1. When viewing a thread, select More icon >
Delete All.
2. Touch Yes to confirm.
Note: You cannot recover deleted information.
1. When viewing a thread, touch Reply. All
thread recipients are included in the reply.
2. Complete your message.
Call Sender
When viewing a thread, touch Call to call the
sender of the most recent message in the
thread.
Lock Multiple Messages
1. When viewing a thread, select More icon >
Lock/Unlock.
2. Select messages to lock. A mark appears
next to each selection. You can also remove
marks.
3. Touch Done to confirm.
Note: Locked messages cannot be deleted.
View Thread Recipients
When viewing a thread, select More icon >
Recipient to see addressees of the thread.
Delete Multiple Messages
1. When viewing a thread, select More icon >
Delete Multiple.
2. Select messages to delete. A mark appears
next to each selection. You can also remove
marks.
3. Touch Delete > Yes to confirm.
Note: You cannot recover deleted information.
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View Message Options
Reply to a Message
1. When viewing a message, touch Reply.
2. Complete your message.
Call Sender
When viewing a message, touch Call to call
the sender of the message.
Reply to All Recipients
1. When viewing a message with multiple
recipients, select More icon > Reply All.
All message recipients are included in the
reply.
2. At the compose screen, complete your
message.
3. When done, touch Send.
Forward a Message
1. When viewing a message, select More icon
> Forward.
2. Complete your message.
3. When done, touch Send.
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View Attachments
Go to a Web Address
When viewing a message, touch an attachment
to view the file. If applicable, touch the screen
icons to control the playback. Touch Done to
exit.
1. When viewing a message, press the Send
key to extract valid numbers and addresses.
2. Touch a web address to launch the browser.
Save Attachments
When viewing a message, select the applicable
save option to save attachments, including
graphics, sounds, contacts (vCard) or events
(vCal). For example to save a contact, select
More icon > Save Contact(s).
View Message Recipients
When viewing a message, select More icon >
Recipient to see addressees of the message.
View Message Information
When viewing a message, select More icon >
Message Info to see the message details.
View Message with Multiple Slides
Delete a Message
When viewing a message with multiple slides,
the slideshow automatically begins. Touch the
screen icons to control the playback.
1. When viewing a message, select More icon
> Delete.
2. Touch Yes to confirm.
Note: You cannot recover deleted information.
Save Message as Preset Text
When viewing a message, select More icon >
Save as Preset Text to use it later as preset
text.
Lock a Message
When viewing a message, select More icon >
Lock/Unlock to protect it from accidental
deletion.
Call a Number in a Message
1. When viewing a message, press the Send
key to extract valid numbers and addresses.
2. Touch the number to you want to call.
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Message Settings
Message settings affect all messages unless
you change them for an individual message.
From Messages, select More icon > Settings
to modify the following features.
Set Message Alert
1. From Alerts > Message Alerts, touch
Sounds. You can also turn off alert or set
your phone to vibrate.
2. Select a new sound for your message alerts.
If you select an & Remind alert, the phone
notifies you once when receiving a new alert
and notifies you again every five minutes. To
dismiss a reminder alert, touch Close.
Message Settings
Set Page Alert
Set Callback Number
1. From Alerts > Page Alerts, touch Sounds.
You can also turn off alert or set your phone
to vibrate.
2. Select a new sound for your page alerts.
If you select an & Remind alert, the phone
notifies you once when receiving a new alert
and notifies you again every five minutes. To
dismiss a reminder alert, touch Close.
Your phone number is the default callback
number on sent messages. Do the following to
change it:
1. From Callback Number, select one of the
following:
– MDN sends your phone number. Touch
OK to confirm.
– None sends no callback number. Touch
OK to confirm.
– Custom allows you to enter a number.
2. Enter a number and touch Done.
3. Touch OK to confirm.
Set Notifications
From Alerts > Notification, select one of the
following:
• Msg & Icon displays a message and an
icon when you receive a notification.
• Icon Only displays only an icon when you
receive a notication.
Edit Preset Messages
Your phone comes with preset messages, such
as “Please call me,” which you can insert into
the body of a text message. You can edit or
create up to 40 preset messages.
1. From Edit Preset Text, do one of the
following:
– Touch an existing message to edit it.
– Touch New to create a new preset
message.
2. Enter or edit the text.
3. Touch Save.
Note: You can also save messages you have
written or received as preset messages.
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Enable Auto-Erase
Use Auto-Erase to set your phone to erase
messages automatically when it needs memory
for incoming messages.
From Auto-Erase, select one of the following:
• Disabled erases no messages.
• Received Messages erases old received
messages when memory is needed.
• Sent Messages erases old sent messages
when memory is needed.
• Both erases old received and sent messages
when memory is needed.
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Set Text Entry Mode
From Entry Mode, select one of the
following:
• Abc to enter text letter by letter in sentence
case.
• ABC to enter text letter by letter in
uppercase.
• 123 to enter numbers.
• Rapid to enter text with word recognition.
Request Delivery Receipts
From Message Receipt, select On to request a
notification when a recipient has received your
message.
Enable Auto View
From Auto View, select one of the following:
• Off turns off auto view and prompts you
before downloading any messages with
multimedia content.
• On turns on auto view to automatically
download messages with multimedia
content.
Request Read Receipts
From Message Read Receipt, select On to
request a notification when a recipient has read
your message.
Check Message Count
From Message Count, check how many
messages are stored on your phone.
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Message Settings
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Phone
Use Phone to access your call features.
Phone Menu
Select Phone to access the following features:
Level 1 >
Phone
Level 2 >
Level 3
Dialer
Call a phone number with the number keyboard.
Call History
View a list of calls you have made and received.
Voicemail
Shows how many voicemails are waiting.
Dialer
Call a Contact
From Dialer, you can dial numbers.
1. From Contacts, touch All to view all your
contacts.
2. Touch Call icon next to the contact you
wish to dial.
Make Phone Calls
Make sure you are in an area where a signal
can be received. Look for the signal strength
icon on the home screen. The more bars, the
stronger the signal. If there are no bars, move
to where the signal strength is better.
There are several ways you can make a phone
call.
Dial a Number
1. From Dialer, enter a phone number.
2. Touch Call to dial the number.
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Redial a Number
From Call History, touch Call icon next to the
contact or number you wish to dial.
End a Call
To end a phone call, press the End key.
Use Voice Commands
You can use voice commands to call a contact
from your voice dial list or to dial a phone
number. For more information, see “Voice
Commands” on page 78.
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Use Fast Find
Adjust Volume during a Call
You can find contacts quickly when Fast Find
is enabled.
1. From Dialer, enter the numbers
corresponding to the letters of the name
you want to find.
2. Touch Hide to view the results.
3. Touch a contact to make a phone call or
touch the entry field to do a new search.
To enable fast find, see “Enable Fast Find” on
page 63.
During a call, press the Volume key up or
down to adjust the earpiece volume.
Answer Phone Calls
When a call comes in, the phone rings,
vibrates, or lights up. The phone number of the
caller also appears if it is not restricted. If the
number is stored in your contacts list, the
contact’s name appears.
There are several ways you can respond to an
incoming call.
Answer a Call
When you receive a call alert, touch Call icon
to answer the call.
Silence a Call
When you receive a call alert, touch Silence to
quiet the alert. You can either touch Call icon
to answer or let it go to voicemail (if
applicable).
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Use Speaker during a Call
This feature works as a toggle. During a call,
touch Speaker to activate the speakerphone.
Touch Speaker to turn off the speakerphone.
Mute Sound during a Call
This feature works as a toggle. During a call,
touch Mute to silence the microphone. Touch
Mute to turn on the microphone.
Use Bluetooth Device during a Call
During a call, touch Bluetooth icon to connect
to a paired Bluetooth device. Touch Bluetooth
icon again to disconnect.
For more information, see “Bluetooth” on
page 60.
Emergency Services
Call Emergency Services
You can call an emergency code even if your
phone is locked or your account is restricted.
When you call, your phone enters emergency
mode. This enables the emergency service
exclusive access to your phone to call you
back, if necessary. To make or receive regular
calls after dialing the code, you must exit this
mode.
Dialer
To dial an emergency code:
1. From Dialer, enter the 3-digit emergency
code.
2. Touch Call.
Exit Emergency Services
1. When you have completed an emergency
call, press the End key.
2. Touch Exit again to confirm your choice.
Note: To determine who has access to your
location, see “Set Location Information” on
page 68.
Dialer Options
Save Number to Contacts
1. When entering a number, select More icon
> Save Number.
2. Touch Add to Existing Contact or Create
New Contact.
3. Complete the appropriate task.
Send Message to a Number
1. When entering a number, select More icon
> Send Message.
2. Complete your message.
Search for a Number
1. When entering a number, select More icon
> Find Number to search for a number
among your contacts or call history.
2. Select a number and touch Call to dial.
User Guide
Enter a Hard Pause
1. When entering a number, select More icon
> Hard Pause. A hard pause causes the
phone to wait until you touch Release
while making the call.
2. Enter the remaining numbers and touch
Call to dial.
Enter a Time Pause
1. When entering a number, select More icon
> Time Pause. A time pause causes the
phone to stop dialing for two seconds.
2. Enter the remaining numbers and touch
Call to dial.
Call History
View Call History
1. From Call History, view your entire call
log.
2. At the call log, you can do one of the
following:
– Touch a contact or number to view the
call details.
– Touch Call icon next to contact or
number to dial the number.
– Touch Missed to view missed calls
only.
– Touch Outgoing to view outgoing calls
only.
– Touch Incoming to view incoming calls
only.
– Touch More icon to access more
features.
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View Missed Calls
View Incoming Calls
1. From Call History, touch Missed.
2. At the Missed call log, you can do one of
the following:
– Touch a contact or number to view the
call details.
– Touch Call icon next to contact or
number to dial the number.
– Touch Outgoing to view outgoing calls
only.
– Touch Incoming to view incoming calls
only.
– Touch All to view all calls.
– Touch More icon to access more
features.
When you have missed a call, a notification
appears on your screen. Touch OK to ignore or
View to see the missed call.
1. From Call History, touch Incoming.
2. At the Incoming call log, you can do one of
the following:
– Touch a contact or number to view the
call details.
– Touch Call icon next to contact or
number to dial the number.
– Touch Missed to view missed calls
only.
– Touch Outgoing to view outgoing calls
only.
– Touch All to view all calls.
– Touch More icon to access more
features.
View Outgoing Calls
1. When viewing a call log, touch a record.
2. At the call record, you can do one of the
following:
– Touch Call icon to dial the contact or
number.
– Touch Msg to send a message to contact
or number.
– Touch Save to save the number.
– Touch Delete to erase the record.
1. From Call History, touch Outgoing.
2. At the Outgoing call log, you can do one of
the following:
– Touch a contact or number to view the
call details.
– Touch Call icon next to contact or
number to dial the number.
– Touch Missed to view missed calls
only.
– Touch Incoming to view incoming calls
only.
– Touch All to view all calls.
– Touch More icon to access more
features.
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Call History Options
View a Call Record
View Life Timer
When viewing a call log, select More icon >
Call Timers to view the total Lifetime call
time.
This timer tracks all calls made and received
for the life of the phone and cannot be reset.
Call History
View All Calls Timer
View Incoming Calls Timer
When viewing a call log, select More icon >
Call Timers to view the total All Calls call
time.
This timer tracks all calls made and received
since you last reset the timer. To reset this
timer to zero, touch All Calls and select Reset
> Yes.
When viewing a call log, select More icon >
Call Timers to view the total Incoming Calls
call time.
This timer tracks all calls received since you
last reset the timer. To reset this timer to zero,
touch Incoming Calls and select Reset > Yes.
View Home Calls Timer
When viewing a call log, select More icon >
Call Timers to view the total Outgoing Calls
call time.
This timer tracks all calls made since you last
reset the timer. To reset this timer to zero,
touch Outgoing Calls and select Reset > Yes.
When viewing a call log, select More icon >
Call Timers to view the total Home Calls call
time.
This timer tracks all calls made and received in
your home network since you last reset the
timer. To reset this timer to zero, touch Home
Calls and select Reset > Yes.
View Roam Calls Timer
When viewing a call log, select More icon >
Call Timers to view the total Roam Calls call
time.
This timer tracks all roaming calls made and
received in your home network since you last
reset the timer. To reset this timer to zero,
touch Roam Calls and select Reset > Yes.
Your phone can alert you with a short beep ten
seconds before each minute passes during a
call. For more information, see “Enable Minute
Alert” on page 64.
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View Outgoing Calls Timer
View Data Counter
When viewing a call log, select More icon >
Kilobyte Counter to track the amount of
kilobytes sent during data calls. Select Done
when finished.
This counter tracks kilobytes for data calls
made, data calls received, and total data. To
reset the counter to zero, select More icon >
Reset > Yes.
Delete Multiple Records
1. When viewing a call log, select More icon
> Delete.
2. Select records to delete. A mark appears
next to each selection. You can also remove
marks.
3. Select Delete > Yes to confirm.
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Delete All Records
Check your Voicemail
1. When viewing a call log, select More icon
> Delete All.
2. Touch Yes to confirm.
Note: You cannot recover deleted information.
When you receive a voicemail message, a
notification with a voicemail message icon
appears at the top of your screen.
• At the voicemail notification, touch Listen
to call your voicemail number and follow
the system prompts to retrieve the message.
Touch Close to clear the notification
without checking messages. The
notification icon remains on top of the
screen until you listen to the message.
• When only the voicemail message icon
appears on top of the screen, touch and hold
1 on the Dialer. Follow the system prompts
to retrieve the message.
Voicemail
Configure your Voicemail
Before your phone can receive voicemail
messages, you need to set up a password and
record a personal greeting with your service
provider.
When you have set up your voicemail, all
unanswered calls to your phone are
automatically transferred to voicemail, even if
your phone is in use or turned off.
1. From Phone, touch Call icon next to
Voicemail.
2. Follow the system prompts to create a
password and record a greeting.
Note: From Dialer, you can touch and hold 1
to access voicemail.
Voicemail Settings
From Voicemail, you can access the following
features.
Launch Visual Voicemail
From Phone, select Voicemail > Visual
Voicemail to manage voicemail visually on
your phone. For more information on the
availability of Visual Voicemail contact your
service provider.
Note: You need to subscribe to Visual
Voicemail to see the menu item on your phone.
Reset Notification Count
1. From Voicemail Notification Count,
touch Reset to set notifications to zero.
2. Touch OK to confirm.
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Voicemail
Set Voicemail Number
Often your service provider automatically
programs your voicemail number (the number
your phone calls to retrieve voicemail). Do the
following to change it:
1. From Voicemail Number, modify your
voicemail number.
2. Touch Done to save.
Set Voicemail Alert
From Voicemail Alert, select an alert type for
voicemail.
If you select an & Remind alert, the phone
notifies you once when receiving a new alert
and notifies you again every five minutes. To
dismiss a reminder alert, touch Close.
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Contacts
Use Contacts to store information about a
person or company.
View Groups List
1. From Contacts, touch New icon.
2. At the edit contact screen, touch Name to
enter the name.
3. Touch Add Primary Number to enter the
phone number.
4. If applicable, enter additional phone
numbers, email addresses, and other
contact details.
5. When done, touch Save.
1. From Contacts, touch Groups to view
your groups.
2. At the groups list, you can do one of the
following:
– Touch a group to view group members.
– Touch New icon to create a new group.
– Touch Favorites icon to view the
favorites list.
– Touch All to view the entire contacts
list.
– Touch More icon to access more
features.
View Contacts List
View Favorites List
1. From Contacts, touch All to view all your
contacts.
2. At the contacts list, you can do one of the
following:
– Touch a contact to view details.
– Touch Call icon to dial the number.
– Touch New icon to create a new
contact.
– Touch Favorites icon to view the
favorites list.
– Touch Groups to view the groups list.
– Touch More icon to access more
features.
1. From Contacts, touch Favorites icon to
view all your favorites.
2. At the favorites list, you can do one of the
following:
– Touch a contact to make a call or send a
message.
– Touch New icon to create a new
contact.
– Touch Groups to view the groups list.
– Touch All to view the entire contacts
list.
– Touch More icon to access more
features.
Create a Contact
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Create a Contact
Launch MyBackup
Send Contacts List via Message
At the contacts list, select More icon >
MyBackup to back up your contacts online.
You may need to download and install
MyBackup. For more information on the
availability of MyBackup, contact your
service provider.
1. At the contacts list, select More icon >
Send Contacts as vCard > via Message.
2. Choose the contacts to include in list.
3. Complete the message.
Contact List Options
Find a Contact
1. At the contacts list, select More icon >
Search Contacts.
2. Enter letters to search by name or numbers
to search by number.
3. Touch Search to view results.
Enable Voice Dial Tags
Your phone can create a voice dial tag for each
contact. The name field cannot be blank nor
can the name be more than five syllables in
length. You can enable or disable the voice dial
tags associated with your contacts.
1. At the contacts list, select More icon >
Voice Dial List.
2. At the voice tag list, touch boxes to add or
remove checkmarks. A checkmark appears
next to each enabled voice dial. Touch
contacts to play the voice tag.
3. When done, touch Save.
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Send Contacts List via Bluetooth
1. At the contacts list, select More icon >
Send Contacts as vCard > via Bluetooth.
2. Choose the contacts to include in the list.
3. Complete the appropriate task to send list
to a Bluetooth-enabled device.
Send Contacts List to Printer
1. At the contacts list, select More icon >
Send Contacts as vCard > to Printer.
2. Choose the contacts to include in the list.
3. Complete the appropriate task to print list
on a Bluetooth-enabled printer.
Delete Multiple Contacts
1. At the contacts list, select More icon >
Delete Contacts.
2. Select contacts to delete. A mark appears
next to each selection. You can also remove
marks.
3. Touch Delete > Yes to confirm.
Delete All Contacts
1. At the contacts list, select More icon >
Delete All Contacts.
2. Touch Yes to confirm.
Note: You cannot recover deleted information.
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Group List Options
Send Favorites via Bluetooth
Create a Group
1. At the favorites list, select More icon >
Send Favorites as vCard > via Bluetooth
to send the list to a Bluetooth-enabled
device.
2. Complete the appropriate task.
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2.
3.
4.
At the groups list, touch New icon.
Enter a name, touch Done.
Touch Edit to add members.
Select contacts to add. A mark appears next
to each selection. You can also remove
contacts.
5. Touch Done to confirm members.
Delete Groups
1. At the groups list, select More icon >
Delete Groups.
2. Select groups to delete. A mark appears
next to each selection. You can also remove
marks.
3. Touch Delete > Yes to confirm.
Note: You cannot recover deleted information
or erase preloaded groups.
Favorite List Options
Send Favorites via Message
1. At the favorites list, select More icon >
Send Favorites as vCard > via Message
to attach the list to a message.
2. Complete the message.
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Send Favorites to Printer
1. At the favorites list, select More icon >
Send Favorites as vCard > to Printer to
print list on a Bluetooth-enabled printer.
2. Complete the appropriate task.
Contact Detail Options
Call a Contact
When viewing a contact, touch Call icon next
to the number you wish to dial.
Send Message to a Contact
1. When viewing a contact, touch Message
icon next to the number or address you
wish to send a message.
2. Complete the message.
Assign Contact to Favorites
When viewing a contact, touch Favorites icon
to add contact to your favorites. To remove the
contact from your favorites, touch the
Favorites icon again.
Group List Options
Edit Contact Name
Add Contact Details
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2.
3.
4.
1. When viewing a contact, touch Edit.
2. Touch a detail to add it. For example, to
add a number, touch Add Phone.
3. Touch Done.
4. Touch Save to save the contact.
When viewing a contact, touch Edit.
Touch Name to edit the name.
Touch Done.
Touch Save to save the contact.
Change Primary Number
When a contact has more than one number, the
first number created becomes the primary
number by default. To change the contact’s
primary number, do the following:
1. When viewing a contact, touch Edit.
2. Touch Change Primary.
3. Select a primary number and touch Done.
4. Touch Save to save the contact.
Change Phone Type
1. When viewing a contact, touch Edit.
2. Select the phone type next to the number.
For example, to change a mobile phone
type, touch the phone icon next to the
number.
3. Select a phone type and touch Done.
4. Touch Save to save the contact.
Edit Contact Details
1. When viewing a contact, touch Edit.
2. Touch a number, email, street address or
other detail to edit it.
3. Touch Done.
4. Touch Save to save the contact.
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Assign Image to Contact
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2.
3.
4.
When viewing a contact, touch Edit.
Touch the image to modify it.
Select an image file.
Touch Save to save the contact.
Assign Ringer to Contact
1. When viewing a contact, touch Edit.
2. Touch Ringer to change the call alert for
the contact.
3. Select a sound file.
4. Touch Save to save the contact.
Assign Message Tone to Contact
1. When viewing a contact, touch Edit.
2. Touch Message Tone to change the
message alert for the contact.
3. Select a sound file.
4. Touch Save to save the contact.
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Assign Contact to Group
Group Detail Options
1. When viewing a contact, touch Edit.
2. Touch Groups.
3. Select groups to assign and touch Done. A
mark appears next to each selection. You
can also remove marks.
4. Touch Save to save the contact.
Add Contacts to Group
Send Contact via Message
1. When viewing a contact, select More icon
> Send Contact as vCard > via Message
to attach the contact to a message.
2. Complete the message.
1. When viewing a group, touch Edit.
2. Select contacts to add. A mark appears next
to each selection. You can also remove
contacts.
3. Touch Done to save.
Rename a Group
1. When viewing a group, select More icon >
Rename Group.
2. Edit the name and touch Done.
Send Contact via Bluetooth
Assign Image to Group
1. When viewing a contact, select More icon
> Send Contact as vCard > via Bluetooth
to send the contact to a Bluetooth-enabled
device.
2. Complete the appropriate task.
1. When viewing a group, select More icon >
Assign Photo.
2. Select an image file.
Send Contact to Printer
1. When viewing a contact, select More icon
> Send Contact as vCard > to Printer to
print contact on a Bluetooth-enabled
printer.
2. Complete the appropriate task.
Delete a Contact
Assign Ringer to Group
1. When viewing a group, select More icon >
Assign Ringer.
2. Select a sound file.
Assign Message Tone to Group
1. When viewing a group, select More icon >
Assign Message Tone.
2. Select a sound file.
1. When viewing a contact, select More icon
> Delete Contact.
2. Touch Yes to confirm.
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Group Detail Options
Send Group via Message
1. When viewing a group, select More icon >
Send Group as vCard > via Message to
attach the group information to a message.
2. Complete the message.
Send Group via Bluetooth
1. When viewing a group, select More icon >
Send Group as vCard > via Bluetooth to
send the group information to a
Bluetooth-enabled device.
2. Complete the appropriate task.
Send Group to Printer
1. When viewing a group, select More icon >
Send Group as vCard > to Printer to
print the group information on a
Bluetooth-enabled printer.
2. Complete the appropriate task.
Delete a Group
1. When viewing a group, select More icon >
Delete Group.
2. Touch Yes to confirm.
Note: You cannot erase preloaded groups.
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Browser
You can use your phone to browse the Internet
if you have obtained phone Internet services
from your service provider and if over-the-air
Internet access is available in your area.
Launch Browser
Touch Browser to launch the browser. An alert
appears notifying of airtime fees, if you have
enabled web alerts. Select Yes to continue.
Add a Bookmark
1. Surf to the web page you want to bookmark
and select More icon > Add to
Bookmarks.
2. Edit the bookmark’s details, if needed.
Touch Save.
3. Touch OK to confirm.
To access your saved bookmarks, select More
icon > Bookmarks from any web page.
Browse the Web
A browser home page with browser menu
options appears when you are connected to the
web. The lock icon appears in a secure session.
You can do the following:
• To choose a site, touch a link.
• Touch Go to URL to go to a Web page.
• Touch Stop to stop loading the current
page.
• Touch Refresh to reload the current page.
• An underline and an arrow indicate that
there is more text on the current page.
Scroll down to view the rest of the text.
• Touch More icon to access more browser
features.
• Press the Back key to return to the previous
screen.
• Press the End key to exit.
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Launch Browser
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Send Email
From the menu screen, touch Email to launch
the email application. For more information on
this application, contact your service provider.
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Calendar
Use Calendar to schedule events and set
reminder alerts.
Create an Event
1. From Calendar, touch New Event.
2. At the event edit screen, touch Name to
modify the event name.
3. Touch Type to select the event type.
4. Touch Date to change the date.
5. Touch Time to change the time.
6. Touch Duration to change the duration, if
needed.
7. Touch Priority to select a priority type.
8. Touch Reminder to select a reminder type.
9. Touch Reminder Sound to select a
reminder sound.
10. Touch Silent Mode to enable silent mode.
11. Touch Recurring Event to make the event
weekly or other recurring option.
12. Touch Save to create the new event.
View Events by Month
1. From Month, scroll through the month
view. Days with events are highlighted.
2. Touch a day and do one of the following:
– Scroll left or right to move to another
date.
– Scroll to a time and touch New Event.
– Scroll up or down to select events.
– Touch More icon to access more
features.
View All Events
From All Events, do one of the following.
• Scroll up or down to select events.
• Touch New Event to create an event.
• Touch More icon to access more features.
Go to a Specific Date
1. From Go To Date, enter a date.
2. Touch Go to view that date.
Return to the Current Date
Manage Calendar
From Today, select More icon > Go to Today
to return to the current date.
View Events by Date
Edit an Event
From Today, do one of the following:
• Scroll left or right to move to another date.
• Scroll to a time and touch New Event.
• Scroll up or down to view or select events.
• Touch More icon to access more features.
1. At the event details screen, touch Edit.
2. At the event edit screen, modify the event
and touch Save.
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Create an Event
Send Event via Message
Sort Events by Priority
1. At the event details screen, select More
icon > Send > via Message to attach the
event to a message.
2. Complete the message.
From All Events, select More icon > Sort by
Priority to sort events by their assigned
priority.
Send Event via Bluetooth
1. At the event details screen, select More
icon > Delete.
2. Touch Yes to confirm.
Note: You cannot recover deleted information.
1. At the event details screen, select More
icon > Send > via Bluetooth to send the
event to a Bluetooth-enabled device.
2. Complete the appropriate task.
Send Event to Printer
Delete an Event
Delete the Current Day’s Events
1. At the event details screen, select More
icon > Send > to Printer to print the event
on a Bluetooth-enabled device.
2. Complete the appropriate task.
1. At the event day view, select More icon >
Delete All Today’s Events to erase all
events on that day.
2. Touch Yes to confirm.
Note: You cannot recover deleted information.
Copy an Event
Delete All Events
1. At the event details screen, select More
icon > Copy.
2. Enter a new name for the event.
3. Complete the event edits and touch Save.
1. From All Events, select More icon >
Delete All Events to erase all events from
the phone.
2. Touch Yes to confirm.
Note: You cannot recover deleted information.
Sort Events by Time
From All Events, select More icon > Sort by
Time to sort events by time.
Sort Events by Type
From All Events, select More icon > Sort by
Type to sort events by their assigned type.
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Delete All Past Events
1. From All Events, select More icon >
Delete All Past Events to erase all past
events from the phone.
2. Touch Yes to confirm.
Note: You cannot recover deleted information.
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Calendar Settings
From Settings, you can modify the following
features.
Set Calendar Hours
1. From Scheduler Hours, modify the start
and end times of the work day.
2. Touch Set to save new hours.
Erase Events Automatically
From Auto Delete, select a time frame to
automatically erase your past events.
Set Event Priority
From Priority, select a default priority type for
every event you create.
Set Event Reminder
From Reminder, select a default option for
when the reminder alert goes off. This is the
default for every event you create.
Set Event Reminder Alert
From Reminder Sound, select a default sound
for every event you create. To preview a sound,
touch the icon next to the name.
Set Silent Mode
From Silent Mode, select a default mode for
every event you create.
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Music Player
Use Music Player to play and manage media
files.
View Artists
1. From Music Player, view the list of artists
in alphabetical order. If you do not have
any media files, then the Music Player
closes.
2. At the artists list, you can do one of the
following:
– Touch an artist name to view albums by
that artist.
– Touch Play Song icon to play the
highlighted song.
– Touch By Album to view the albums
list.
– Touch Playlists to view your playlists.
– Touch More icon to access more
features.
View Albums
1. From Music Player, touch By Album to
view the albums list.
2. At the albums list, you can do one of the
following:
– Touch an album to view album song
list.
– Touch Play Song icon to play the
highlighted song.
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– Touch By Artist to view the artist list.
– Touch Playlists to view your playlists.
– Touch More icon to access more
features.
View Playlists
1. From Music Player, touch Playlists to
view your playlists.
2. At the playlists list, you can do one of the
following:
– Touch a playlist to view the song list.
– Touch New icon to create a new
playlist.
– Touch By Album to view the albums
list.
– Touch By Artist to view the artist list.
– Touch More icon to access more
features.
Play a Song
When playing a song, you can do the
following:
• Press the Volume key to control the
volume.
• Touch the arrows to move to the next or
previous song in the list.
• Touch the bar to fast forward or rewind the
current song.
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Touch Shuffle icon to play song list in
random order.
Touch Pause icon to pause a song. To
continue the song, touch the Play icon.
Touch Repeat icon to repeat the song list.
Touch More icon to access more features.
7. Open the My_Music folder on the memory
card.
8. Drag and drop music files to the
My_Music folder.
9. When you are done transferring files,
disconnect your phone from your computer.
Load a Song
Artist / Album List Options
Music files can be loaded onto your phone via
the browser or a message. You can also use the
following steps to load music from your
computer via a Micro-USB cable.
Note: The Music Player will read music saved
in MP3 file format only (other file formats are
not supported).
1. Insert a memory card into your phone. You
must have a memory card to load music via
a Micro-USB cable.
2. Connect the Micro-USB cable to the
Micro-USB jack on your phone.
3. Connect the Micro-USB cable to the USB
port on your computer.
Note: You do not have to install any additional
software when using the phone in Mass
Storage mode.
4. From your phone’s main menu, select
Settings > Accessories > USB Mode >
Mass Storage.
5. On your computer, you will see your phone
as a removable disk drive.
6. Open the removable disk drive.
Play Songs by Artist
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1. When viewing the artists list, select an
artist.
2. At the albums list, touch Play to play all
songs by the artist.
Play Songs by Album
1. When viewing an albums list, select an
album.
2. At the album song list, touch Play to play
all songs on the album.
Play All Songs
1. When viewing the artists list, select More
icon > All Tracks.
2. At the song list, touch Play to play all
songs.
Play Songs by Genre
1. When viewing the artists list, select More
icon > Music by Genre.
2. At the genre list, select a genre.
3. At the genre song list, touch Play to play all
songs in the genre.
Load a Song
Search for a Song
Playlist Options
1. When viewing the artists list, select More
icon > Search.
2. Enter the first letter(s) of the search criteria.
The search letters are not case sensitive.
3. At the search results, select a song to play.
Create a Playlist
Refresh Song List
1. When viewing the artists list, select More
icon > Refresh Tracks to update your song
list with recently loaded songs.
2. Touch Yes to confirm.
Delete Multiple Songs
1. At the artists list, select More icon >
Delete Tracks.
2. Select songs to delete. A mark appears next
to each selection. You can also remove
marks.
3. Touch Delete > Yes to confirm.
Note: You cannot recover deleted information.
Delete All Songs
1. At the artists list, select More icon >
Delete All Tracks.
2. Touch Yes to confirm.
Note: You cannot recover deleted information.
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2.
3.
4.
At the playlists list, touch New icon.
Enter a name, touch Done.
Select how you want to browse the songs.
Select songs to add. A mark appears next to
each selection. You can also remove marks.
5. Touch Done to confirm songs.
6. Touch Yes to add more songs or No to save
the playlist.
Play a Playlist
1. At the playlists list, select a playlist.
2. At the playlist, touch Play to play all songs
on the playlist.
Modify a Playlist
1. When viewing a playlist, select More icon
> Add Tracks.
2. Select how you want to browse the songs.
3. Select songs to add. A mark appears next to
each selection. You can also remove marks.
4. Touch Done to confirm songs.
5. Touch Yes to add more songs or No to save
the playlist.
To remove songs from a playlist, select
Remove Tracks.
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Rename a Playlist
Move Song to Card
1. When viewing a playlist, select More icon
> Rename Playlist.
2. Enter a name, touch Done.
1. When viewing a song title, select More
icon > Move to Memory Card to move
the song from the phone memory to the
card memory.
2. Touch Yes to confirm.
To move a file back to the phone, select Move
to Phone.
Delete a Playlist
1. When viewing a playlist, select More icon
> Delete Playlist.
2. Touch Yes to confirm.
Note: You cannot recover deleted information
or erase preloaded lists.
Delete Multiple Playlists
1. At the playlists list, select More icon >
Delete Playlists.
2. Select playlists to delete. A mark appears
next to each selection. You can also remove
marks.
3. Touch Delete > Yes to confirm.
Note: You cannot recover deleted information
or erase preloaded lists.
Song Options
Add Song to Playlists
1. When viewing a song title, select More
icon > Add Track to Playlist.
2. Select playlists for the song. A mark
appears next to each selection. You can also
remove marks.
3. Touch Done to confirm.
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Copy Song to Card
1. When viewing a song title, select More
icon > Copy to Memory Card to copy a
song from phone memory to card memory.
2. Touch Yes to confirm.
To copy a song back to the phone, select Copy
to Phone.
Lock a Song
When viewing a song title, select More icon >
Lock to protect a song from being accidently
erased. To unlock the song, select Unlock.
View Song Details
When viewing a song title, select More icon >
Track Details to view song infomation.
Delete an Album
1. When viewing an album, select More icon
> Delete Album.
2. Touch Yes to confirm.
Note: You cannot recover deleted information.
Song Options
Music Player Settings
From Music Player, select More icon >
Music Settings to modify the following
features.
Set the Equalizer
From Equalizer, select a sound setting to use
when you play music.
Set Auto Off Duration
From Auto Off, set how long your phone must
be paused or stopped before automatically
turning off the Music Player.
Pair with Bluetooth Device
From Bluetooth Headset, pair your Bluetooth
device with the Music Player. For more
information, see “Bluetooth” on page 60.
Reset to Factory Default
From Reset to Factory Default, touch Yes to
reset the Music Player settings to the factory
defaults.
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Camera
Camera Tips
Your phone has a camera. Before using your
phone’s camera, here are some tips:
• You cannot activate the camera while on an
active call or while browsing files in the
gallery.
• Once the camera is active, the screen acts
as the viewfinder.
• If you get a “Low memory” error, check
your resolution and quality compression
settings.
• If there is no activity after you turn your
camera on, the camera times out and
returns to the previous launch point.
• Menu settings and options can only be
accessed when the camera is active.
• Numbers in the bottom right corner
indicate the number of snapshots remaining
before the phone runs out of memory.
Take a Picture
1. To activate the camera, press and hold the
Camera key. You can also select Camera
from the main menu.
2. Focus on the image using the phone’s
display as a viewfinder.
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3. To take a picture, touch Camera icon. You
can also press the Navigation key. The
picture is saved to My Photos. You can do
one of the following:
– Press the Camera key to take another
picture.
– Touch Send to send the picture.
– Touch Delete to erase the picture.
– Press the Back key to exit.
Camera Options
Send Picture with Message
1. Take a picture.
2. Select Send > Send via Message to attach
it to a message.
3. Complete the message.
Send Picture via Bluetooth
1. Take a picture.
2. Select Send > Send via Bluetooth to send
the event to a Bluetooth-enabled device.
3. Complete the appropriate task.
Send Picture to Printer
1. Take a picture.
2. Select Send > Send to Printer to print the
file on a Bluetooth-enabled device.
3. Complete the appropriate task.
Camera Tips
Set Brightness Level
Camera Settings
1. When taking a picture, select More icon >
Brightness.
2. Use the slider control to adjust the
brightness.
3. Touch Set to save.
When taking a picture, select More icon >
Settings to modify the following features.
Use Camera Zoom
When taking a picture, press the Navigation
key to scroll up or down to zoom in and out.
An indicator on the viewfinder shows the
current zoom level. Using the highest
resolution setting will disable the camera
zoom.
Take a Picture in a Frame
1. When taking a picture, select More icon >
Frames.
2. Scroll left or right to view the the frames
available.
3. Touch Set to choose a frame.
4. Take a picture with the frame. The frame is
part of the image and cannot be removed.
Set Resolution
From Resolution, set the resolution for your
pictures.
A higher resolution setting will increase the
size of the picture files. Using the highest
resolution setting will disable the camera
zoom.
Set Self Timer
From Self Timer, set a countdown time for
your next picture.
An icon on the viewfinder indicates the timer is
activated. When you take a picture, the
countdown time will pass before the shutter
snaps the picture.
Enable Time Stamp
Go to My Photos
From Date/Time, select On to place a time
stamp on each picture taken.
An icon indicates when the time stamp is
activated.
When taking a picture, select More icon > My
Photos to see all the pictures you have taken.
Enable Multishot
Go to Last Picture Taken
When taking a picture, touch Last Picture
icon to view the last picture you took.
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From Multishot, select On to take multiple
pictures.
An icon indicates when multishot mode is
activated. When you take a picture, press and
hold the Camera key to take multiple pictures.
A single tone plays for each picture taken.
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Your camera is set to a lower resolution during
multishot mode. The resolution setting returns
to the previous settting when you are done.
Set Shutter Sound
From Shutter Sound, select a sound to play
when the shutter takes a picture.
Set Color Tone
Set Save Location
1. From Save Location, select Save to
Memory Card to save pictures to your
memory card.
2. Touch Yes to confirm.
To save pictures to your phone, select Save to
Phone. If you remove your memory card,
pictures will be saved to your phone.
1. From Color Tone, scroll left or right to
adjust the color tone setting. Look at the
viewfinder to see how each setting looks.
2. Touch Set to save.
Set White Balance
1. From White Balance, scroll left or right to
adjust the white balance setting. Look at the
viewfinder to see how each setting looks.
2. Touch Set to save.
Set Picture Quality
From Picture Quality, set the compression
level for your pictures. A higher compression
level produces a higher picture quality.
A higher compression level will increase the
size of the picture files.
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Camera Settings
10 Gallery
Use Gallery to retrieve and playback media files and other downloads.
Gallery Menu
Select Gallery to access the following functions:
Level 1 >
Level 2 >
Level 3
Gallery
Images
Access these options: My Photos, My Images, and
Wallpapers.
Sounds
Access these options: Ringtones, My Sounds, and Voice
Memos.
Images
Send a Picture
From Images, you can access the following
files.
1. From My Photos, select a picture.
2. When viewing the file, touch Send to
attach it to a message.
3. Complete the message.
View Picture List
From My Photos, you can do the following:
• Touch a picture to view it.
• Touch Camera icon to take a picture.
• Touch Saved Images icon to view the
image list.
• Touch Wallpapers icon to view the
wallpaper list.
• Touch More icon to access more features.
Assign an Image
1.
2.
3.
4.
From My Images, select an image.
When viewing the file, touch Assign.
Choose how you want to assign the image.
Complete the appropriate task.
Change the Wallpaper
1. From Wallpapers, select a wallpaper.
2. When viewing the file, touch Set as
Default.
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Sounds
Set File as Wallpaper
From Sounds, you can access the following
files.
1. When viewing a file, select More icon >
Set as Wallpaper.
2. Touch Set to confirm.
Assign a Ringtone
1. From Ringtones, select a ringtone.
2. When viewing the file, touch Assign.
3. Choose how you want to assign the
ringtone.
4. Complete the appropriate task.
Assign a Sound
1.
2.
3.
4.
From My Sounds, select a sound.
When viewing the file, touch Assign.
Choose how you want to assign the sound.
Complete the appropriate task.
Voice Memos
Use Voice Memos to create voice recordings.
See “Record a Voice Memo” on page 74 for
more information.
Manage Gallery
View a Slideshow
1. At a file list, select More icon > Slideshow
View to play the slideshow of the files
contained in the list.
2. Touch the screen prompts to control the
slideshow.
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Wallpaper Shuffle
At a file list, select More icon > Wallpaper
Shuffle to modify the following features.
Enable Wallpaper Shuffle
From Set Wallpaper Shuffle, select Enabled
to turn on wallpaper shuffle.
Edit Wallpaper Shuffle
1. From View Shuffle List, touch Edit.
2. Select the files from your Gallery to
include in your shuffle. Files included in
your shuffle are marked.
3. Touch Save to save your changes or
Cancel to exit.
Set Wallpaper Shuffle Interval
From Set Shuffle Time, select an interval
time. Your wallpaper changes to another file in
the shuffle at the selected interval time.
View File Details
When viewing a file, select More icon >
Image Details to view file infomation.
Sounds
Modify a File
Copy File to Card
1. When viewing a file, select More icon >
Modify Image and the applicable option to
rotate, resize, and so on.
2. When done, touch OK to save the changes.
1. When viewing a file, select More icon >
Copy to Memory Card to copy a file from
phone memory to card memory.
2. Touch Yes to confirm.
To copy a file back to the phone, select Copy
to Phone.
Rename a File
1. When viewing a file, select More icon >
Rename.
2. Enter a new name and touch Done.
You can only rename unlocked files. Preloaded
files on your phone are always locked.
Lock a File
When viewing a file, select More icon > Lock
to protect a file from being accidently erased.
To unlock the file, select Unlock.
Send File via Bluetooth
Browse Pictures
1. When viewing a file, select More icon >
Send via Bluetooth to send the event to a
Bluetooth-enabled device.
2. Complete the appropriate task.
1. From My Photos, select a picture.
2. To browse through your pictures, touch and
drag on the screen. You can also scroll left
or right with the Navigation key.
Send File to Printer
Use the Zoom
1. When viewing a file, select More icon >
Send to Printer to print the file on a
Bluetooth-enabled device.
2. Complete the appropriate task.
1. When viewing a file, use the Navigation
key to zoom. Scroll up to zoom in and
down to zoom out.
2. Press the Back key to exit.
Move File to Card
Delete a File
1. When viewing a file, select More icon >
Move to Memory Card to move the file
from the phone memory to the card
memory.
2. Touch Yes to confirm.
To move a file back to the phone, select Move
to Phone.
When viewing a file, select More icon and the
applicable option. For example, select Delete
Image to erase an image.
You can only erase unlocked files. Preloaded
files on your phone are always locked.
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Delete All Pictures
From My Photos, select More icon > Delete
All Pictures > Yes to erase all pictures.
Note: You can only erase unlocked files.
Delete All Images
From My Images, select More icon > Delete
All Saved Images > Yes to erase all images.
Note: You can only erase unlocked files.
Delete All Sounds
From My Sounds, select More icon > Delete
All Sounds > Yes to erase all sounds.
Note: You can only erase unlocked files.
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11 Alarm
Use Alarm to set alerts with your phone.
Note: The alert occurs only if the phone is on.
Activate an Alarm
From Alarm, toucn the on/off toggle next to
one of the alarms.
When the alarm rings, select Stop to turn off
the alarm or Snooze to set the alarm to ring at a
later time.
Set the Quick Alarm
1. From Alarm, touch Quick Alarm.
2. Select a time, and touch Set. A notification
shows the quick alarm is on.
When the quick alarm rings, select Stop to turn
off the alarm, or Reset to set the quick alarm
again.
Change Alarm Settings
Set an Alarm
From Settings, you can modify the following
features.
1. From Alarm, toucn Alarm 1.
2. Touch Time to change the time.
3. Touch Alarm Sound to select an alarm
sound.
4. Touch Recurring to make the alarm
weekly or other recurring option.
5. Touch Add Note to enter a note.
6. Touch Save.
You can set the other alarms with the same
steps.
Set Snooze Duration
User Guide
From Snooze Duration, select how long
before the alarm goes off again when you use
the snooze option.
Set Snooze Limit
From Snooze Limit, select a number of times
you can use the snooze option for an alarm.
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12 Bluetooth
The Bluetooth® wireless technology (not
available on all phones) enables wireless
connectivity with accessories such as portable
or installed hands-free car kits, phones,
handsets, computers, and so on. For details,
check with your service provider.
You must use a Bluetooth device (compatible
with Class 2 Bluetooth wireless technology,
version 1.2) in order to use this phone
wirelessly. Bluetooth accessories display a
symbol on your phone.
From Bluetooth, you can access the following
features.
Enable Bluetooth
Before you can connect your phone with a
Bluetooth device, you need to enable the
Bluetooth feature on your phone.
From Bluetooth, touch On. If your phone does
not automatically find a device, you will be
prompted to find one.
Manage Bluetooth Devices
Pair with a Device
To enable your phone to communicate with a
Bluetooth device, you need to "pair" the device
with your phone. The following instructions
describe the process. You may also need to
reference the user guide provided with your
Bluetooth device.
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1. Prepare the Bluetooth device (accessory)
for pairing as described in the device’s user
guide.
2. From My Devices, touch Find. Your phone
then searches and detects any available
Bluetooth device in the vicinity. The
Bluetooth feature on your phone must be
enabled to find devices.
3. At the device list, select a device. If
prompted, accept the pairing.
4. If necessary, enter the password provided
with the Bluetooth device.
5. Touch OK to add the device to your device
list.
Note: If the device is not trusted, you can
change the security setting to pair with it.
Connect to a Device
Before you can use Bluetooth, you must get
your phone ready to communicate with a
device. This is called “connecting”. Some
devices will attempt to automatically connect
to your phone when the Bluetooth feature is
turned on. To connect manually, do the
following:
1. From My Devices, select a device.
2. At the device detail screen, touch Connect.
3. Touch OK to clear the notification. You can
now use the device with your phone.
Note: To disconnect from a Bluetooth device,
touch Disconnect.
Enable Bluetooth
Rename a Device
Limit Visibility
1. From My Devices, select a device.
2. Touch Rename.
3. Enter a name, then touch Done.
You can limit the time your phone is visible to
other Bluetooth devices.
From Visibility, select an option to set the
phone visible for your selected time before
becoming invisible.
Set Device Security
1. From My Devices, select a device.
2. Touch Set Security and select one of the
following:
– Always Ask to confirm every Bluetooth
request from this device.
– Always Connect to automatically
connect to this device.
Enable OBEX Authentication
From OBEX Authentication, select Enabled.
With object exchange (OBEX) authentication
enabled, you need a user name and password to
transfer files via Bluetooth.
View Device Services
View Supported Services
A Bluetooth device paired with your phone
may have more than one service profile (such
as Headset, Handsfree, and so on).
1. From My Devices, select a device.
2. Touch View Services to check the services
available.
Select Available Services to view a list of the
Bluetooth service profiles your phone
supports.
Delete a Device
1. From My Devices, select a device.
2. Touch Delete > Yes to confirm.
Set Phone’s Name
You can change the name presented for other
Bluetooth devices’ search of your phone.
From My Name, enter a new name and touch
Done.
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13 Settings
Settings Menu
Select Settings to access the following features:
Level 1 >
Level 2 >
Level 3
Settings
Bluetooth
Pair a Bluetooth device.
Convenience
Access these options: Airplane Mode, Set Date and Time
(with Airplane Mode enabled), Automatic Screen Lock,
Fast Find, Frequent List, Minute Alert, and Missed Call
Alert.
Display
Access these options: Brightness, Language, and
Backlighting.
Sound and Touch
Access these options: Roam Ringer, Ringer Mode, Volume,
Power On Sound, Power Off Sound, Touch Feedback,
Key and Touch Tone, Touch Calibration, and DTMF
Length.
Voice Features
Access these options: Automatic Add, Expert Mode,
Display Results, Digit Lengths, Voice Answer, and Voice
Training.
Accessories
Access these options: Headset Sounds, Memory Card, USB
Mode, TTY Device, and T-coil Hearing Aid.
Network
Access these options: Roam/Svc Alert, Roam Option,
Roam Call Alert, Privacy Alert, and Location.
Security
Access these options: Security Lock, New Lock Code, and
Limit Calls.
Phone Info
Access these options: Phone Info, Phone Memory, Card
Memory, Icon Key, and User Guide.
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Settings Menu
Bluetooth
From Convenience, you can modify the
following features.
Note: You can only access Set Date and Time
with Airplane Mode enabled.
1. From Set Date and Time, touch Time.
2. Enter the time, then touch Done.
3. Touch Date.
4. Enter the date, then touch Done.
5. Touch Set to save.
Enable Airplane Mode
Enable Screen Lock
While in an airplane, it is normally required
that you turn off your mobile phone because it
emits RF signals that interfere with air traffic
control. In airplane mode, however, your
phone does not emit RF signals. You cannot
make or receive calls, send text messages, use
a browser or bluetooth devices, but you can
play games, use the calendar, set the clock, and
make emergency calls to designated
emergency numbers. Please check with
uniformed personnel before operating your
phone in airplane mode.
1. From Airplane Mode, touch OK to clear
the notification.
2. Select Enabled to activate airplane mode.
With airplane mode enabled, you can set the
time and date manually.
From Automatic Screen Lock, select
Enabled to activate screen lock.
With Automatic Screen Lock enabled, the
screen will automatically lock after a period of
inactivity. To unlock the phone, touch the
prompt on the phone.
Use Bluetooth to configure your devices. See
“Bluetooth” on page 60 for more information.
Convenience
Set Date and Time
In Airplane mode, you can set the time and
date manually.
User Guide
Enable Fast Find
From Fast Find, select Enabled to activate
fast find.
With Fast Find enabled, touch the keys
corresponding to the letters of the contact you
want to find when dialing a number. A
matching contact appears. Press the Send key
to dial the number.
Enable Frequent List
From Frequent List, select Enabled.
With Frequent List enabled, a list of
frequently called contacts are listed first when
contacts are accessed from the home screen.
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Enable Minute Alert
Sound and Touch
From Minute Alert, select Enabled. Your
phone alerts you with a short beep ten seconds
before each minute passes during a call.
From Sound and Touch, you can modify the
following features.
Set Missed Call Alert
From Missed Call Alert, select an alert type
for missed calls.
If you select an & Remind alert, the phone
notifies you once when receiving a new alert
and notifies you again every five minutes. To
dismiss a reminder alert, touch Close.
Display
From Display, you can modify the following
features.
Set Brightness
1. From Brightness, use the slider control to
adjust the brightness.
2. Touch Set to save.
Set Language
From Language, select a language.
Set Backlight
From Backlighting, set how long the display’s
backlight remains bright after the last screen
touch.
Note: To maximize the battery life, set a
shorter duration for the backlight.
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Enable Roam Ringer
From Roam Ringer, select Enabled to
activate a specific ringer for roaming calls.
Set Ringer Mode
Your phone is set to make sounds when you
receive calls, press keys, navigate through
menus, and receive alerts (such as new
messages). You can silence all sounds and set
the phone to vibrate or to light up when you
receive calls and alerts.
From Ringer Mode, select one of the
following:
• Normal Sounds rings for the incoming call
or alert (in effect, returning the phone to a
non-silent mode).
• Vibrate Only vibrates for the duration of
the incoming call or other alerts.
• Vibrate And Ring vibrates for the duration
of the incoming call or other alerts.
• Vibrate Then Ring vibrates for the first
ten seconds and then rings for the
remainder of the incoming call alert.
• Lights Only lights up for the duration of
the incoming call or other alerts.
You can also use the Volume key activate
Vibrate Only mode.
Note: The phone rings when attached to an
external power source (such as a charger), even
if all sounds have been silenced.
Display
Volume
Set Key and Touch Tone
From Volume, you can modify the following
features.
From Key and Touch Tone, select the sound
you hear when pressing a key or touching the
screen.
Set Ringer Volume
1. From Ringer, use the slider control to
adjust the volume.
2. Touch Set to save.
Calibrate Touch Sensor
From Touch Calibration, follow the prompts
to calibrate the touch sensor on your phone.
Set Speakerphone Volume
Set DTMF Length
1. From Speakerphone, use the slider control
to adjust the volume.
2. Touch Set to save.
From DTMF Length, set how long the
dual-tone multi-frequency (DTMF) tones last
when you dial a number.
Set Earpiece Volume
Voice Features
1. From Earpiece, use the slider control to
adjust the volume.
2. Touch Set to save.
Set Power On Sound
From Power On Sound, select a sound to play
when your phone powers on. To preview a
sound, touch the icon next to the name.
Set Power Off Sound
From Power Off Sound, select a sound to play
when your phone powers down. To preview a
sound, touch the icon next to the name.
Set Touch Feedback
From Touch Feedback, set the level of
vibration feedback when you touch the screen.
To preview a vibration level, touch the name.
User Guide
From Voice Features, you can modify the
following features.
Enable Automatic Add
From Automatic Add, select Enabled to
automatically add a contact to your voice dial
list when you create a new contact.
Enable Expert Mode
From Expert Mode, select Expert to speak a
voice command after you hear a tone instead of
following the voice prompts.
Set Display Results
You can set the phone to display up to three
contacts when calling or searching for a
contact with a voice command.
From Display Results, select Single Best or
Three Best.
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Set Digit Lengths
You can set the number of digits used for a
phone number in your voice dial list.
From Digit Lengths, select one of the
following options:
• North American recognizes only 7, 10,
and 1 + 10 digits in a phone number.
• Permit All allows 4-14 digits in a phone
number.
Voice Answer
Enable Voice Answer
You can set your phone to answer a call with
your voice when using a hands-free accessory.
1. From Ringer Mode, select Normal
Sounds.
2. From Headset Sounds, select Out of
Headset.
3. From Voice Answer, select With
Accessory.
Answer Using Voice Answer
When you receive an incoming call, the phone
prompts “Incoming call, answer?” With the
caller recognized as a contact entry in your
phone, the phone prompts “Incoming call from
(Name), answer?” Do one of the following:
• Say “Yes” or press any key except the Send
key to answer the call.
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•
Say “No” or press the End key to ignore
the call.
Remain silent. The voice alert repeats twice
and the phone rings once before returning
to the home screen.
Use Voice Training
If your phone has trouble recognizing your
voice, you can train your phone to recognize
your specific voice with numbers.
1. From Voice Training, read the message
and touch OK > Train Numbers > OK.
2. Follow the prompts for each number until
training is complete.
Note: You must read the numbers digit by digit
for voice training to work.
Accessories
From Accessories, you can modify the
following features.
Set Headset Sounds
With a headset attached to your phone, you can
play alerts through the headset or phone
speaker.
From Headset Sounds, select Out of Phone
(ringing from the phone speaker) or Out of
Headset (ringing from the headset).
Accessories
Memory Card
Connect to TTY Device
From Memory Card, you can modify the
following features.
You can connect the phone to a teletype (TTY)
device (sold separately) for the hearing
impaired.
Note: Enable TTY only when using the phone
with a TTY device.
1. Connect the TTY device to your phone.
2. From TTY Device, touch OK to clear the
notification.
3. Select one of the following:
– TTY Off disables TTY devices.
– TTY On enables TTY devices.
– TTY On + Talk enables TTY devices
and voice carry over.
– TTY On + Hear enables TTY devices
and hearing carry over.
Note: You can also enter ##889 with the
Dialer and touch TTY to enable TTY.
Choose Files to Save
1. From Files to Save on Card, select the file
types from the list provided. A checkmark
appears next to each file type that is saved
to the memory card. Touch screen to add or
remove checkmarks.
2. Touch Done.
Format Memory Card
1. Insert memory card into correct slot.
2. From Format Card, touch Yes.
Note: Formatting will erase all current
information on the memory card.
Set USB Mode
You can set your phone to transfer files to and
from a computer.
From USB Mode, select one of the following:
• Mass Storage to use the Micro-USB jack
with a USB cable to transfer files.
• Modem/COM to use the Micro-USB jack
for charging only.
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Connect to Hearing Aid Device
1. Connect the T-coil hearing aid device (sold
separately) to your phone.
2. From T-coil Hearing Aid, touch OK to
clear the notification.
3. Select Enabled to activate the hearing aid
feature.
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Network
Enable Roaming Call Alert
From Network, you can modify the following
features.
You can set the phone to warn you before you
answer or place a call while roaming.
From Roam Call Alert, select Enabled.
The phone emits a distinctive ring to indicate
when you are roaming during a call. To accept
or place a call while roaming, you must touch
1.
Note: Roam Call Alert is disabled when the
phone is in emergency mode.
Enable Roaming Service Alert
Use this setting if you want the phone to alert
you when you roam outside of your home
service area.
From Roam/Svc Alert, select one of the
following:
• Disabled turns roaming service alert off.
• When No Svc alerts you with three tones
decreasing in pitch when service is lost and
three tones increasing in pitch when service
is acquired again.
• On Roam Change alerts you with two
decreasing tones when roaming service is
acquired and three increasing tones when
home area service is acquired again.
• On Any Change alerts you with three
increasing tones if there is a change in
roaming service or three decreasing tones if
the phone loses service.
Set Roaming Restrictions
You can restrict your phone from making a call
when roaming.
From Roam Option, select Automatic (to
allow roaming) or No Roaming (to disallow
roaming).
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Enable Privacy Alert
From Privacy Alert, select Enabled to alert
you when enhanced digital CDMA privacy is
lost or regained.
Set Location Information
Use Location to share your location
information with network services other than
emergency services (for example, 911, 111,
999 and 000) in serviced areas. This feature
works only when your phone is in digital
mode. You do have the option of turning off
the locator to emergency services.
From Location, select one of the following:
• 911 Only (default) shares your position
information only with emergency services
when you call your 3-digit emergency
code.
• Location On shares your position
information, in addition to emergency
services.
Network
Security
From Security, you can use the following
features to prevent access to your personal
information. All security features are shielded
by a four-digit lock code (typcially 0000 or the
last four digits of your phone number).
From Limit Calls, select one of the following:
• No Limit does not limit calls.
• Limit Outgoing limits outgoing calls while
incoming calls still work.
• Limit All limits both incoming and
outgoing calls.
Set Security Lock
Phone Info
With Security Lock activated, the four-digit
lock code is required to access features on your
phone. You can still receive incoming calls.
From Security Lock, select one of the
following:
• Disable leaves the phone always unlocked.
• Lock Now locks the phone immeditately.
• Auto Lock options. Locks your phone after
a time of inactivity. Select one of the
options to choose different times.
From Phone Info, you can modify the
following features.
Change Lock Code
Check Card Memory
When you have enabled Security Lock, you
can change your lock code at any time.
1. From New Lock Code, enter a new
four-digit lock code.
2. Re-enter the four-digit lock code, then
touch Done.
Set Limit Calls
You can limit the calls that can be made from
your phone to emergency numbers, your
contacts, and your service provider’s numbers.
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View Build Information
Touch Phone Info to check your phone’s
software and hardware information.
Check Phone Memory
Touch Phone Memory to check how much
memory is being used by your phone.
Touch Card Memory to check how much
memory is being used by your memory card.
View Phone Icons
Touch Icon Key to view the icons used in your
phone.
Access User Guide
Touch User Guide to access the user guide for
your phone.
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14 Use Stopwatch
From Stop Watch, do one the following:
• Touch Start to begin counting.
• Touch Stop to pause counting.
• Touch Reset to set to zero.
Press the End key to exit.
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Phone Info
15 World Clock
Use World Clock to check times in cities
around the world in relation to your local time.
View a City
1. From World Clock, touch the arrows to
scroll through time zones.
2. Check your local time and date on the first
line, followed by your selected world city
and its time and date.
Find a City
1. From World Clock, touch City List.
2. Select a city from the list.
Touch Country List to search by country or
Search to search by entering letters.
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16 Use Calculator
From Calculator, you can complete many
basic mathematical operations with screen
touches. The following memory options are
available:
• MS replaces the value currently stored in
memory with the displayed result on the
screen.
• M+ adds displayed result on the screen to
the value currently stored in memory.
• MR displays value currently stored in
memory on the screen.
• MC clears value currently stored in
memory.
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17 Use Tip Calculator
1. From Tip Calculator, touch Bill Amount
to enter your bill.
2. Touch Tip to select a percentage you want
to tip.
3. Touch Number of Guests to enter the
number of people sharing the bill (or skip if
paying the entire bill).
4. Touch Calculate to view the final bill.
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18 Record a Voice Memo
1. From Voice Memos, touch Record New.
2. Use the Start, Pause, Stop and other
controls to record a memo.
3. When you are done, touch Save.
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Create a Memo
Lock a Memo
1. From Memo Pad, touch New.
2. Enter the memo and touch Done.
3. Touch Save.
When viewing a memo, select More icon >
Lock to prevent it from being edited or erased.
To unlock a memo, touch Unlock.
Edit a Memo
Delete a Memo
1.
2.
3.
4.
1. When viewing a memo, select More icon >
Delete.
2. Touch Yes to confirm.
Note: Locked memos cannot be deleted.
From Memo Pad, select a memo.
Touch Edit.
Edit the memo and touch Done.
Touch Save.
Send a Memo
Delete All Memos
1. When viewing a memo, select More icon >
Send as SMS.
2. Complete the message.
1. From Memo Pad, select Delete All.
2. Touch Yes to confirm.
Note: Locked memos cannot be deleted.
Use a Number or Address
from a Memo
If you have a phone number, email address or
URL in a memo, you can use it.
1. From Memo Pad, select a memo.
2. Press the Send key. If there is more than
one number or address in the memo, choose
which one you want to use from a list.
3. Select how you want to use the number or
address.
4. Complete the appropriate task.
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20 Use Timer
The timer counts down for the specified time
and then plays an alert.
1. From Timer, touch screen to enter a time
length.
2. Touch Display to show or hide the timer on
the home screen.
3. Touch Sound to select a sound for the timer
alert.
4. To work the timer, do the following:
– Touch Start to begin the countdown.
– Touch Stop to pause the countdown.
– Touc the timer to enter a new time
length.
When the countdown is complete, touch Turn
Off to silence the alert.
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Delete All Memos
21 Games & Apps
How does BREW Work?
Your Kyocera phone has the added ability to
download and manage applications through
BREW.
You connect to the server, download
applications, and then manage them as you
like. When you choose an application, you
have the option of choosing a demo, various
limited use options, or the full version—all
varying in price. If you choose a demo, BREW
lets you know when it has expired. If you
choose a priced version, the amount is added to
your phone bill. BREW also lets you know if
you are running out of memory. At that point,
you can either disable an application or remove
it completely.
Once applications are loaded, you can update
to newer versions as they become available.
For more information about BREW
capabilities and application pricing, contact
your service provider.
2. Touch an application type. A list of
applications appears. Long titles scroll left
as you highlight them.
3. Touch an application. A list of usages
appears. There may be one or more usages
available. Prices are specified for each
usage.
4. Touch a usage for the application. You are
prompted to confirm your purchase.
5. Touch Yes to confirm. The application
downloads to your phone. Download times
may vary.
To open the application now, touch Yes. If you
select No, you return to the applications list,
where you see your new application.
Note: Your connection to the application
server automatically ends after 30 seconds,
unless you connect again to download more
applications. If you want to end the connection
manually, press the End key on your phone.
Download an Application
Access Help for Games &
Apps
1. From Games & Apps, select MobileShop
> Catalog. When a connection is made, a
list of application types appears.
From Games & Apps, touch Help to get
instructions on how to run and manage your
downloaded applications.
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22 Voice Commands
You can execute certain commands through
voice recognition. To control the settings
associated with voice commands, see “Voice
Features” on page 65.
Call a Contact
1. From the home screen, press and hold the
Send key. The phone prompts, “Say a
command”.
2. Say “Contact” and the name of the person
you want to call.
The phone prompts, “Please repeat” or
“Say a name” if it does not recognize the
name. If the name you spoke matches a
contact in the voice dial list, the phone
prompts: “Name, correct?” Say “Yes” to
make the call, “No” to select a similar
name, or “Cancel” to cancel the call.
If the phone finds multiple voice tags that
sound like the name you said, the phone
will list the names. You will be asked to
verify which name you want to call. Say
“Yes” when you hear the correct name. Say
“No” when you hear an incorrect name.
3. Press the End key to end the call.
To modify your voice dial list, see “Enable
Voice Dial Tags” on page 37.
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Call a Number
1. From the home screen, press and hold the
Send key. The phone prompts, “Say a
command”.
2. Say “Dial Number” and then speak the
digits of the number you want to call.
If you pause, the phone prompts you, “Did
you say <number>” or “Say a number” if it
does not recognize the number.
Say “Yes” to make the call, “No” to cancel
the call.
3. Press the End key to end the call.
Play a Playlist
1. From the home screen, press and hold the
Send key. The phone prompts, “Say a
command”.
2. Say “Play” and then a playlist name. If you
pause, the phone prompts you to say a
playlist name.
3. Say “Yes” to confirm your choice.
Call a Contact
Use a Shortcut
1. From the home screen, press and hold the
Send key. The phone prompts, “Say a
command”.
2. Say the name of the menu item you want to
access or say “Shortcuts” to view a list of
menu items. The phone prompts, “Say one
of the shortcuts”.
3. Say the name of the menu item you want to
access.
Find a Contact
1. From the home screen, press and hold the
Send key. The phone prompts, “Say a
command”.
2. Say “Find Contact”. The phone prompts,
“Say a name”.
The phone prompts, “Please repeat” or “Say a
name” if it does not recognize the name. If the
name you spoke matches a contact in the voice
dial list, the phone prompts: “Name, correct?”
Say “Yes” to display the contact, “No” to select
a similar name, or “Cancel” to cancel the
search.
Note: You can only search for contacts that
have a voice tag.
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23 Get Help
User Guide
From Phone Info, touch User Guide to access
the user guide for your phone. You can also
find the user guide at
www.kyocera-wireless.com/support.
Customer Support
Your service provider’s customer support
department may be accessible directly from
your phone when you dial a number, such as
*611 (check with your service provider). They
can answer questions about your phone, phone
bill, call coverage area, and specific features
available to you, such as call forwarding or
voicemail. For questions about the phone
features, refer to the materials provided with
your phone, or visit
www.kyocera-wireless.com.
For additional questions, you may contact the
Kyocera Communications Inc. Customer Care
Center in any of the following ways:
• Web site: www.kyocera-wireless.com.
• Email: phone-help@kyocera-wireless.com.
• Phone (U. S. and Canada): 1-800-349-4478
or 1-858-882-2000 (press 2 for Product
Information).
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Before requesting support, please try to
reproduce and isolate the problem. When you
contact the Customer Care Center, be ready to
provide the following information:
• The name of your service provider.
• The actual error message or problem you
are experiencing.
• The steps you took to reproduce the
problem.
• The phone’s mobile equipment identifier
(MEID).
Note: From Phone Info, touch Phone Info.
Scroll down to MEID (dec). The 18-digit
number is the MEID number. If your phone
uses an electronic service number (ESN), ESN
replaces MEID.
Qualified Service
If the problem with your phone persists, return
the phone with all accessories and packaging to
the dealer for qualified service.
Phone Accessories
To shop for phone accessories, visit
kyocera.superiorcommunications.com.
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Index
A
accessories, 80
headset sounds, 66
T-coil hearing aid, 67
TTY device, 67
airplane mode, 63
set date and time, 63
alarm clock, 59
snooze reminder, 59
alerts
lights only, 64
messages, 26
minute, 64
missed calls, 64
pages, 27
privacy, 68
roaming call, 68
roaming service, 68
vibrate, 64
voice privacy, 68
voicemail, 35
applications
downloading, 77
B
battery
charging, 9
drain, 10
installing, 9
recharging, 9
safety guidelines, 10
Bluetooth, 60
activating, 60
adding devices, 60
User Guide
changing phone name, 61
connecting devices, 60
deleting devices, 61
device services, 61
OBEX authentication, 61
pairing, 60
renaming devices, 61
security, 61
services supported, 61
visibility, 61
bookmarks, 42
browser
bookmarks, 42
navigating, 42
C
calculator, 72
calendar, see scheduler
call history
all calls, 31
deleting, 33, 34
incoming calls, 32
missed calls, 32
outgoing calls, 32
call record
viewing, 32
call timers
all calls, 32
home, 33
incoming, 33
life, 32
outgoing, 33
recent, 33
roam, 33
81
calls
answering, 30
bluetooth, 30
dialer, 29
emergency, 30
ending, 29
limiting, 69
making, 29
muting, 30
silencing, 30
timing, 64
voice answer, 66
volume, 30
camera, 52
bluetooth, 52
brightness, 53
color tone, 54
frames, 53
multishot, 53
picture quality, 54
pictures, 53
printing pictures, 52
resolution, 53
save location, 54
self timer, 53
sending pictures, 52
shutter sound, 54
time stamp, 53
white balance, 54
zoom, 53
contacts
back up, 37
calling, 29, 38
creating, 36
deleting, 37, 40
editing, 38, 39, 40
favorites, 36
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groups, 36
messaging, 38
primary number, 39
printing, 40
searching, 37
sending, 21, 40
viewing all, 36
contacts list
printing, 37
sending, 37
convenience
fast find, 63
conventions, using this guide, 19
customer support, 80
D
display
backlighting, 64
brightness, 64
contrast, 64
language, 64
wallpaper shuffle, 56
downloads, 77
help, 77
DTMF length, 65
E
email
launch, 43
emergency calls, 30
emergency services, 68
events
sending, 22
F
fast find, 30, 63
favorites, 36
printing, 38
sending, 38
frequent list, 63
G
groups
adding members, 40
creating, 38
deleting, 38, 41
editing, 40
printing, 41
sending, 41
H
hard pause, 31
headset sounds, 66
headsets
voice answer, 66
help, getting, 80
I
icons, 17, 18
images
assigning, 55
erasing, 58
Internet, 42
K
kilobyte counter, 33
L
language, 64
location information, 68
M
mass storage, 67
media file
bluetooth, 57
media files
copy to card, 57
details, 56
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erasing, 57
locking, 57
modifying, 57
move to card, 57
printing, 57
renaming, 57
sending, 21
zoom, 57
media gallery, 55
media player, 47
memopad
calling numbers, 75
editing memos, 75
erasing memos, 75
locking memos, 75
sending memos, 75
memory card
formatting, 67
installing, 11
removing, 11
saving files, 67
memory status, 69
menus
media gallery, 55
phone, 29
settings, 62
messages
adding preset text, 27
adding slides, 22
addressees, 25, 26
attaching contacts, 21
attaching events, 22
attaching files, 21
attaching pictures, 21
attaching sounds, 21
auto retrieve, 28
browser, 26
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call sender, 25
callback number, 27
cancel, 22
count, 28
creating, 20
deleting, 24, 25, 26
delivery receipts, 22, 28
drafts, 24
erasinge, 27
forward, 25
information, 26
insert preset text, 24
locking, 25, 26
numbers, 26
playing slides, 26
read receipts, 22, 28
replying, 21, 25
saving attachments, 26
saving drafts, 21
saving preset text, 21, 26
setting priority, 22
slide interval, 22
text entry, 28
threads, 25
validity period, 22
view all, 20
viewing attachments, 26
multimedia, 55
images, 55
sounds, 56
music
albums, 47
artists, 47
auto off, 51
Bluetooth, 51
copy to card, 50
deleting, 49, 50
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details, 50
equalizer, 51
genres, 48
locking, 50
move to card, 50
playing, 48
playlists, 47
refresh, 49
reset, 51
searching, 49
voice commands, 78
music player, 47
N
navigation shortcuts, 12
network
roaming restrictions, 68
roaming service, 68
notifications, 27
voicemail, 34
number
calling, 29
redialing, 29
numbers
messaging, 31
saving, 31
searching, 31
O
OBEX authentication, 61
P
phone
accessories, 80
answering calls, 30
changing lock code, 69
icons, 17, 18
locking, 69
making calls, 29
overview, 12
service, 80
user guide, 80
picture messages, see messages
pictures
erasing, 58
sending, 55
slideshow, 56
taking, 21, 52
playlists
changing, 49, 50
deleting, 49, 50
playing, 49
renaming, 50
power off sounds, 65
power on sounds, 65
preset text, 27
Q
quick alarm, 59
R
ringers
roaming, 64
ringtones
assigning, 56
roaming
alerts, 68
ringer, 64
S
scheduler, 44
copying events, 45
creating events, 44
current date, 44
day view, 44
editing events, 44
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erasing events, 45
finding dates, 44
finding events, 44
month view, 44
sending events, 45
silent mode, 46
snooze duration, 59
sorting events, 45
screen
home, 14
menu, 15
message, 16
settings
accessories, 66
alarm clock, 59
camera, 53
convenience, 63
display, 64
memory card, 67
messaging, 26
music player, 51
network, 68
phone information, 60, 69
scheduler, 46
security, 69
sound, 64
touch, 64
voice features, 65
voicemail, 34
volume, 65
silent mode, 64
slideshow, 56
songs
loading, 48
sounds
assigning, 56
key tone, 65
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power, 65
recording, 21
silence all, 64
touch tone, 65
speakerphone, 30
stopwatch, 70
support, customer, 80
T
T-coil hearing aid, 67
teletype device, 67
text entry
English, 24
full QWERTY, 23
grid keyboard, 23
half QWERTY, 23
letter case, 23
numbers, 23
smileys, 23
Spanish, 24
symbols, 23
word recognition, 24
threads, messages, 20
time pause, 31
timer, 76
tip calculator, 73
tools
calculator, 72
scheduler, 44
stopwatch, 70
timer, 76
tip calculator, 73
world clock, 71
touch calibration, 65
touch feedback, 65
U
USB mode, 67
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user guide, 80
V
vibrate mode, 64
visual voicemail, 34
voice commands, 78
display results, 65
expert mode, 65
finding contacts, 79
making calls, 78
playing music, 78
shortcuts, 79
voice training, 66
voice dial
editing, 37
voice dial list
automatic add, 65
digit lengths, 66
voice memos
recording, 74
voicemail
changing number, 35
checking, 34
configuring, 34
notifications, 34
volume, 30
earpiece, 65
ringers, 65
speakerphone, 65
W
wallpaper
setting, 55, 56
wallpaper shuffle, 56
activating, 56
editing, 56
time interval, 56
web browser, 42
world clock, 71
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www.kyocera-wireless.com
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