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Pantech P2030
PANTECH P2030 User Guide
Pantech P2030
User Guide
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P2030
User Guide
Thank you for choosing the Pantech P2030.
The Pantech P2030 has many features
designed to enhance your mobile experience.
From its EZ to read menus, to its sleek, stylish
design, we know you will enjoy the entire P2030
experience.
This User Guide contains important and useful
information that will maximize your familiarity
with all that the Pantech P2030 has to offer.
Specifications
Design
Clamshell phone with internal
and external display
Displays
•260K Colors TFT LCD with 2.2”
internal display
•65K Colors CSTN LCD with 1.38”
external display
•7 lines for text in basic mode
with 16 point font
•Two soft keys and four-way
scroll and pressing @
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Melodies
MIDI, i-Melody, MP3, AMR, WAV,
AAC, AAC+, WMA
Camera
Integrated 1.3M CMOS Camera
•Resolution up to 1280 x 1024
(1.3M pixels)
•3GP Video recording/playing up
to 15f/s (QVGA size)
•Self-timer function (5 seconds
or 10 seconds)
•Photo album and video album
Dimensions & Weight
Weight: 102 g (with standard
battery)
Dimensions: 99 mm x 51.2 mm x
18.8 mm
Power Management
(Performance)
Battery
Standby Talk
Capacity
Type
Time
Time
Standard
Up to
Up to
LithiumUp to
250
Ion
920mAh
3 hours
hours
(Li-ion)
Operating Frequency
•GSM 850Mhz, GSM 900Mhz,
DCS 1800Mhz, and PCS
1900Mhz networks in North
America, South America,
Europe, Africa, and Asia-Pacific
where these networks are
supported
•Automatic band switching
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Contents
Specifications....................................2
Phone overview.................................8
Using Shortcuts...............................10
Menu overview.................................. 11
Quick & Easy..................................... 14
SIM card and battery...................... 17
Turning the phone on/off............. 20
Essential display indications....... 20
Setting the phone mode...............23
Entering text....................................24
EZ quick call keys............................ 26
PC Suite..............................................27
Memory card....................................28
Memo..................................................32
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Breeze Mode
1. Calls and address book
Making, receiving and ending
a call......................................................34
Options during a call......................36
Checking all calls.............................39
Speed dialing....................................42
Using address book.......................43
Using your headset........................45
Service and fixed dialing number....46
2. Messaging
Receiving messages.....................48
Creating and sending text
messages...........................................49
Creating multimedia messages......49
Managing messaging memory....55
Email.....................................................56
3. Multimedia
Camera................................................58
Photo album......................................64
Video album......................................66
4.Useful Features
Calendar.............................................70
Alarm clock......................................... 71
Pill Reminder..................................... 72
User Guide . ....................................... 73
Calculator........................................... 74
Tip calculator.................................... 74
Stop watch......................................... 75
Say a Command.............................. 75
Readout Mode.................................. 77
5. Connectivity
Bluetooth............................................80
Using Mobile Web...........................82
6. Settings
Phone status.....................................84
Sounds & alerts................................84
Display settings...............................85
Voice command setting..............85
Advanced Mode
1. Calls and address book
Making, receiving and ending
a call......................................................88
Call settings.......................................93
Checking all calls.............................93
Speed dialing....................................96
Using address book....................... 97
Using your headset........................99
Service and fixed dialing
number..............................................100
Caller identification.......................101
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Contents
2. Messaging
Receiving messages...................104
Creating and sending text
messages.........................................106
Creating multimedia
messages......................................... 107
Message templates........................112
Message settings........................... 113
Managing messaging memory... 115
Email.....................................................117
Using instant messenger............117
3. Multimedia
Camera..............................................120
Photo album.................................... 126
Video album.................................... 128
Audio album....................................130
Music player......................................132
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Music player settings....................137
Media player.................................... 138
Other files.........................................140
Managing memory.......................140
Playing games................................. 141
AppCenter........................................ 141
4.Useful Features
Calendar...........................................144
Alarm clock...................................... 145
Pill Reminder...................................146
User Guide . ..................................... 147
Calculator.........................................148
Tip calculator..................................148
Stop watch.......................................149
Notepad and voice memo........149
World time......................................... 151
Converter.......................................... 151
Timer...................................................152
Say a Command.............................152
Readout Mode................................ 154
5. Connectivity
Bluetooth.......................................... 156
Using Mobile Web......................... 159
Using the web browser............... 159
Setting profiles................................ 161
6. Settings
Language.........................................164
Time and date.................................164
Voice command setting............164
Sounds and alerts......................... 165
Display settings............................. 165
Security............................................. 167
Updating software........................168
Reset...................................................169
TTY...................................................... 170
7. Appendix
Alert message.................................174
Troubleshooting checklist.........175
Safety information........................ 178
Safety precautions....................... 179
About the battery usage............. 181
FCC Hearing-Aid Compatibility
(HAC) regulations for wireless
devices.............................................. 185
FCC Regulatory Compliance...188
Warranty............................................ 193
Speaker Phone & Noise Cancel......199
Dynamic Noise Suppression
from Audience..............................200
earSmart™ technology...............201
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Phone overview
Earpiece
EZ Quick Call Keys
Navigation key
Scroll through the
menu options
Voice Command
Send key
Voicemail
Vibrate mode
Microphone 1
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Volume up /
down
External Display
Camera Speaker
Internal display
Left/Right Soft key
Perform the functions shown at the
bottom line of the display
OK key or access Mobile Web
Press to enter menu system
Camera key
Power on & off / Menu exit / End key
Turns phone on / off, ends calls, exit
menus
Clear key and Calendar
Returns to previous screen or deletes
characters in text mode. Access
Calendar menu
LED Indicators Microphone 2 Internal antenna
Message, Call,
area
Battery
Micro USB
(Ear Mic. &
Charger)
note: Holding the device by the internal antenna area might affect the quality of all calls.
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In Menu mode, Main Menus
can be accessed by pressing
the number keys (1 to #)
corresponding to their location
on the screen.
note: The phone has integrated
advanced noise suppression technology.
To ensure voice quality, please do not
cover microphone entries as indicated.
Using Shortcuts
Numbered menu items, such as
menus, sub-menus, and options
can be quickly accessed by
using their shortcut numbers.
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Example: Accessing the Phone
Mode menu.
1.Select Menu.
2.Press 6 for Settings.
3.Press 6 for Phone Mode.
4.Press the U/D scroll key to
select the mode.
note: The steps may vary by mode and
this manual provides instructions for
both Breeze Mode and Advanced Mode
respectively.
Menu overview
Breeze mode
menu
Address Book
Contacts
Groups
Favorites
Settings
Fixed Dial
Numbers
My Phone
Number
Service
Numbers
S
SIM dependent
S
Messaging
Inbox
Create Message
Sent Messages
Voice Mail
Mobile Email
Camera
Take a Picture
Record a Video
My Pictures
My Videos
AT&T Services
Say a Command
AT&T Navigator
My Cast Weather
Mobile Web
Games & Apps
My Account
Tools
Calendar
Alarm Clock
Pill Reminder
User Guide
Calculator
Tip Calculator
Stop Watch
Settings
Phone Status
Sounds & Alerts
Bluetooth
Font Size
Wallpaper
Phone Mode
Voice Command
Setting
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Advanced mode menu
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Address
Book
Contacts
Groups
Favorites
Settings
Fixed Dial
Numbers
My Phone
Number
Messaging
IM
Conversations
Create
Message
Mobile Email
IM
Outbox
Drafts
Voice Mail
Settings
S
Service
Templates
Numbers
Used Space
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Mobile
Email
Mobile
Web
AppCenter AT&T GPS
AT&T
Navigator
Shop GPS
AT&T
FamilyMap
Where
AllSport GPS
YPmobile
My Stuff
Applications
Audio
Games
Picture
Video
Tools
Other Files
Used Space
AT&T Music
Music Player
Shop Music
AT&T Radio
Shazam
my AT&T Settings
Phone Mode
Profiles
Display
Call
Phone
Network
Connections
Connectivity
N
AT&T
Software
Update
Reset
TTY
Phone
Information
N
Security
S
SIM dependent Network dependent
S
N
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Quick & Easy
Keys
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Functions
Perform the functions shown at the bottom line of the display
by using these soft keys.
Scroll through the menu options in Menu mode. In standby
mode,
Left Scroll: Access Mobile Email menu
Right Scroll: Access IM menu
Up Scroll: Access Create Message menu
Down Scroll: Access Address Book menu
Select a menu function or store user-input information, such
as names. Also use this key for confirmation.
Launch the Mobile Web directly if pressed in standby mode.
Delete characters in text mode, or return to previous menu.
Open Calendar view if pressed quickly in standby mode.
Keys
Functions
Make or receive a call. Show the recent call list in standby mode.
Re-dial the last call number if pressed and held in standby
mode.
Complete the current call. Turn on/off the phone if pressed
E and held. Cancel user input and return to standby mode while
in Menu mode.
Quickly connect to the voice mail server if pressed and
1
held in standby mode.
Enters numbers, letters or special characters. Go to the dial
screen if pressed in standby mode.
0~9 Assigns the number as a speed dial when it is pressed and
held.
Enter or exit from vibrate mode if pressed and held in standby
mode. Show the symbol input screen if pressed in text input
*
mode.
S
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Keys
Q
Enter the + sign prefix for international dialing if pressed and
held.
Enter the space character in text input mode.
Change various text input modes if pressed at the text-editing
screen.
Adjust the earpiece volume while making a call.
Control the Ringtone volume, vibrate mode and silent all mode
in standby.
Mute the ringtone of an incoming call.
Reject the incoming call if pressed and held when you receive
an incoming call.
Turn camera capture mode on.
Work as a camera shutter in capture mode.
N
Turn the Voice Commands on.
0
/
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Functions
SIM card and battery
About your SIM card
When you subscribe to your
network operator, you receive a
SIM (Subscriber Identity Module)
card containing your registration
information, PIN code, etc.
Like a credit card, it should
be kept secure and handled
carefully. Do not bend, scratch
or expose it to moisture. Avoid
static electricity.
To avoid corrupting your SIM
card’s memory, always switch off
your phone before removing or
inserting your SIM card.
About your battery
Your phone uses a Li-Ion battery.
Make sure to use an authorized
battery and charger only. For
more details, please inquire at
your nearest dealer.
note: Your phone is powered by a
Lithium Ion (Li-Ion) battery. This means
that, unlike other forms of battery
technology, you can recharge your
battery while some charge remains
without reducing your phone’s
autonomy due to the “battery memory
effect” inherent in those technologies.
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Installing/removing SIM card
and battery
1.Remove the
battery cover
from the unit.
To fit the battery
cover, put it on
the guide rail and
push up.
Correct
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Incorrect
2.Insert the SIM card
into the slot.
The gold contacts
of the SIM card
should go against
the metal contacts
of the phone.
Put the contacts of
the battery into the
hole located at the
bottom of the unit
and then insert
and press the upper side of
the battery until you hear
the “click”. Make sure you
align the gold contacts at the
battery end with contacts on
the phone. If the contacts at
the battery are not properly
aligned, damage could occur
to the phone and the battery.
Correct
Getting started
in the arrow direction as shown.
To charge your
battery
1.To charge,
connect the
charger adapter
as shown right.
Incorrect
3.To remove the
battery, push the
bottom of the
battery to upwards
(1) and remove (2)
the battery.
Push the SIM card
Correct
Correct
Incorrect
Incorrect
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Getting started
2.To remove
the adapter
connecting, pull
the adapter
away as shown
right.
Turning the phone on/off
To turn on
1.Press and hold E.
To turn off
1.Press and hold E.
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Essential display
indications
Signal strength. The greater the
number of bars, the stronger
the signal. When network is in
searching mode is displayed.
Incoming calls set to Vibrate
Only.
A message is being sent.
Incoming calls set to Silent.
An alarm is set.
Received one or more text
messages.
Flight mode is active.
Received one or more
multimedia messages.
A call is being made. When
you are in no service area, is
displayed.
Received one or more WAP push
messages.
Call forwardingNS is active.
Received one or more other
messages.
Incoming calls set to ring only
(Normal).
Received one or more voice
messages.
Incoming calls set to Vibrate
and Ring.
Inbox is full.
A message is being received.
Bluetooth is active.
Bluetooth hands-free headset is
connected.
Bluetooth A2DP headset is
connected.
Bluetooth hands-free + A2DP
headset is connected.
Data transfer via Bluetooth.
Headset is connected.
USB is connected.
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External memory card is
inserted.
WAP is connected. When the
security is set is displayed.
An error occurred on the
external memory card.
Battery strength. When the
battery charge is low,
is
displayed.
TTY is active.
Available, Away, Invisible Status
of AIM
Pill Reminder is set.
An EDGE signal is available. It
is displayed when there is an
active EDGE session.
Online, Away, Busy, Offline Status
of MSN
Available, Busy, Invisible Status
of YAHOO
A GPRS signal is available. It is
displayed when there is an active
GPRS session.
A 3G signal is available. It is
displayed when there is an active
3G session.
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You have received one or more
IM messages
Setting the phone mode
Your phone has two customized
modes, Breeze and Advanced.
The default is set to Breeze mode
which provides EZ access to the
functions used most frequently.
In the Breeze mode, you can view
an abbreviated menu: Address
Book, Messaging, Camera, AT&T
Services, Tools and Settings. The
Advanced Mode allows access to
all menu items.
Breeze Mode
Getting started
Advanced
Mode
To change the phone mode
1.Select Menu > Settings >
Phone Mode.
2.Select Breeze Mode or
Advanced Mode.
SIM dependent NNetwork dependent
S
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Getting started
Assigning the menu
You can set the most commonly
used menu in Shortcuts in
standby mode.
1.Select Shortcuts in standby
mode > Unassigned.
2.Select Add.
3.Select the menu and sub
menu.
4. Select Save.
Entering text
You can enter text with multi-tap,
predictive, numeric or symbol.
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Useful keys
*
0
Display symbols.
Adding a space.
Press to toggle from initial caps
to all caps, to lower case, or to
numeric entries.
Press to change the text entry
functions from ABC mode to
predictive mode, or number
mode.
ABC Mode dbc (lower
case / initial caps / all caps)
Predictive Mode gef
(lower case / initial caps / all
caps)
Number Mode a
Key characters by language
Each of the following keys will
scroll through these sequential
options listed by language.
Key
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
English
abc
def
ghi
jkl
mno
pqrs
tuv
wxyz
French Spanish
.,-?!/'@:
çàä
áãç
éè
é
í
öñ
ß
ùü
óñ
úü
ABC mode
Press the key labeled with the
target letter once for the first
letter; press it twice for the
second letter, and so on.
1.Press
to change the
mode as multi-tap.
2.Press 2 to 9 to input text
repeatedly. To write the letter
“C”, press 2 3 times. To write
number 2, press 2 4 times.
Predictive mode (T9)
The predictive mode
automatically compares your
keystrokes with an internal
linguistic dictionary to determine
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Getting started
the correct word. It will display
the most commonly used
first. To save a word not listed
in phone’s dictionary, select
Options > Predictive Settings >
My Words.
1.Press
to change the
mode to predictive.
2.Press 2 to 9 to input text.
For example, to write ‘hello’,
press 43556.
Number mode
You can input numbers in this
mode.
1.Press
to change the
mode to 123.
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2.Press 1 to 9 and 0 to
input numbers.
Symbol mode
You can input symbols.
1.Press * to view the symbols.
2.Press U/D/L/R to select a
symbol and select Insert.
EZ quick call keys
Getting in touch with those you
call most is now as EZ as 1-2-3.
note: The following direction is an
example with using x key. The usage
of y and z keys will be same as the
following.
To assign a contact to Quick
Call
1.Press x.
2.Select Quick Call > Assign.
3.Select a contact > Select.
To make a call using one
touch key
1.Press x.
2.Select Call.
To send a message using
one touch key
1.Press x.
2.Select Options > Send
Message.
PC Suite
PC suite is a Windows-based
PC program that allows you
to easily manage personal
data and multimedia files by
connecting your Phone to a PC.
The PC suite application can be
downloaded at
http://www.pantechusa.com.
System requirements
• Microsoft Windows 2000 or XP
family and Vista 32 bit
• At least 300MB of free disk
space
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Getting started
• Interface devices such as USB
or Bluetooth for the connection
with the phone
PC Suite features
• Contact Manager
• PC Sync
• Message Manager
• File Manager
• MMS PC Composer
• Internet Access
Memory card
You can use a microSD card as a
memory card. It gives you more
space to save pictures, videos,
music, etc.
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Inserting a memory card
1.Remove the
battery cover
and the battery
from the unit.
2.Unlock the
microSD card
slot by carefully
sliding it up. The
metal cover
should now be
easily lifted up.
3.Insert the micro
SD card into the
slot. The gold
contacts of the
microSD card
should go
against the
metal contacts of the phone.
4.Close the metal
cover and slide
down to lock the
microSD card in
place. The
icon will be
displayed when
the phone is turned on.
Using a memory card
You can save, move and delete
the files in your phone and
external memory card. You can
also move and copy the files to
computer from your phone.
To copy a file to the memory
card
1.Select a file > Options > Copy
to External Memory.
2.To copy the file back to the
phone, select Options > Copy
to Phone.
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Getting started
To move a file to the memory
card
1.Select a file > Options > Move
to External Memory.
2.To move the file back to the
phone, select Options > Move
to Phone.
To delete a file from the
memory card
1.Select a file from the card >
Options > Delete.
In Advanced Mode, you have
access to all of the features of
P2030 including the features
provided by Breeze Mode.
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To move the file from the
card to the computer
1.Connect the data cable with
mobile and the computer.
2.Select Menu > Settings >
Connectivity.
3.Select Select USB Mode.
4.Select Music Player,
Mass Storage or Ask on
Connection.
5.Follow the instructions on your
computer screen.
note: Select Music Player when you
want to add music to the playlist in
your device. When you select Ask on
Connection, it will ask you to select
either the Music Player or Mass Storage
every time you connect your device with
your computer.
Resetting a memory card
1.Select Menu > Settings >
Reset.
2.Enter the password > select
External Memory Reset.
note: The default password is ‘1234’.
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Memo
1
Calls and address book
Making, receiving and ending a call
Options during a call
Checking all calls
Speed dialing
Using address book
Using your headset
Service and fixed dialing number
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Making, receiving and
ending a call
Making a call
1.Enter the area code and
phone number.
2.PressS.
Answering a call
1.PressSor select Accept.
Ending a call
1.PressE.
Once the call is completed, a call
summary is displayed.
Rejecting a call
Making a call using the call list
Your phone logs up to 20
dialed, received and missed call
numbers.
1.PressS to display the recent
calls list.
2.Select All Calls, Missed Calls,
Received Calls, Dialed Calls
or Call Ranking by pressing
L/R.
3.Select a number.
4.PressS to dial the selected
number.
note: To redial the last number, press
and holdS in standby mode.
Breeze Mode - Calls and address book
2.Type the country code, area
Making a call during a call
code, and phone number.
1.Enter the phone number
3.PressS.
or select Options > View
Contacts.
Making an emergency call
2.PressS to dial the second
1.You can make emergency
call.
calls even if your phone does
The first call is automatically
not have a SIM card.
put on hold.
2.Press Emergency Number, or
Switching between two calls
1.Select Options > Swap.
Making an international call
1.Press and hold 0 for the
international prefix until the
‘+’,character appears.
select SOS if your phone does
not have a SIM card.
3.PressS.
Replying to a missed call
1.Press S to display the calls
list.
01
02
03
04
05
06
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
PressEor select Ignore.
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Breeze Mode - Calls and address book
2.Select Missed Calls by
pressing L/R.
3.Select a number to call by
pressing U/D.
4.PressS.
Options during a call
1.PressS. The first call is
automatically put on hold.
2.PressEto end the second
call. The call on hold is
automatically reconnected.
Switching your phone’s
microphone back on
Answering a second call N
note: For answering a second call, you
should activate Call Waiting in advance.
(Select Menu > Settings > Call > Call
Waiting > Activate in Advanced Mode.)
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Microphone off and on
Switching your phone’s
microphone off
1.Select Options > Mute [ ].
1.Select Options > Unmute.
Talking on speaker
1.Select [ ].
Removing background noise
You can eliminate background
noise from conversations and
improve the voice quality of
communications by setting
Noise Suppression to On.
1.Select Options> Noise
Suppression.
Putting a call on hold and
returning N
Putting a call on hold
1.Select Options > Hold or
pressS.
Returning to a held call
1.Select Options > Unhold or
pressS again.
Multi-party calls N
You can talk with more than one
person or have a conference call.
Making a multi-party call
1.Call the first participant.
2.Call the second participant.
The first call is automatically
put on hold.
3.Select Options > Join.
Having a private
conversation with one
participant
1.Select Options > Split.
2.Select a participant > Select.
01
02
03
04
05
06
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
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Breeze Mode - Calls and address book
Removing one participant
from a multi-party call
1.Select Options > End.
2.Select the number associated
with the call you wish to end or
End All to end all calls.
Searching for a number in
address book during a call
1.Select Options > View
Contacts.
2.Select a number, and then
pressS.
Searching for a name or
group in address book
Enter the first letters of the name
for Name Search. The entries are
displayed starting with the first
entry matching your input.
Finding a name manually in
address book
1.Press U/D.
Viewing the details of
highlighted entry in address
book
1.Select Select.
For details on address book, see
page 43.
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Reading a message during a
call
1.Select Options > View
Message.
2.Select a conversation > Open.
3.Select a message > View.
Sending a message during a
call
1.Select Options > Send
Message.
For details on creating a text
message, see page 49.
Mobile Web
N
1.Select Options > Mobile Web.
Viewing the calendar during
a call
1.Select Options > View
Calendar.
Making a note during a call
1.Select Options > Notepad.
Voice recording
1.Select Options > Voice
Recording.
Checking all calls
You can view information about
all calls simply by pressingS.
For more options for all, missed,
received, dialed calls, and call
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ranking, select an entry and
Options.
Viewing missed calls
1.Select Shortcuts in standby
mode.
2.Select Recent Calls > Missed
Calls.
Viewing received calls
1.Select Shortcuts in standby
mode.
2.Select Recent Calls >
Received Calls.
Viewing dialed calls
1.Select Shortcuts in standby
mode.
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2.Select Recent Calls > Dialed
Calls.
Viewing call rankings
1.Select Shortcuts in standby
mode.
2.Select Recent Calls > Call
Ranking.
Deleting call logs
1.Select Shortcuts in standby
mode.
2.Select Recent Calls > Delete
Call Logs.
3.Select All Calls, Missed Calls,
Received Calls, or Dialed
Calls.
Breeze Mode - Calls and address book
3.Select Reset > Yes.
note: If no logs exist, the message “No
Call Exist” appears.
Viewing call time
1.Select Shortcuts in standby
mode.
2.Select Recent Calls > Call
Time.
3.Last Call, Received Calls,
Dialed Calls, and Total Calls
are displayed.
Resetting all call times
1.Select Shortcuts in standby
mode.
2.Select Recent Calls > Call
Time.
note: The default password is ‘1234’.
Viewing data transmitted
information
1.Select Shortcuts in standby
mode.
2.Select Recent Calls > Packet
Counter.
• Current Info: You can view
transmitted data in the
current session, in Kilobytes.
Sent, Received and Total
information are also
available.
• Last Info: You can view
Sent, Received, Total and
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Duration transmitted
in previous sessions, in
Kilobytes.
• Total Info: You can view all
Sent, Received, Total and
Duration transmitted data in
Kilobytes.
• Clear Logs: The default
password is ‘1234’.
Speed dialing
You can dial quickly using speed
dialing. Up to 8 phone numbers
can be programmed using
numbers 2 to 9.
1 : Voice mail
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0 : Prefix for international call
Setting speed dial
1.Select Menu > Address Book >
Settings.
2.Select Speed Dial > an empty
entry and select Add.
3.Select a contact > Select.
Changing speed dial contact
1.Select Menu > Address Book >
Settings.
2.Select Speed Dial and select a
number.
3.Select Change.
4.Select Select > Yes.
Breeze Mode - Calls and address book
New Contact.
Removing from speed dial
2.Select Phone or SIM.
1.Select Menu > Address Book >
3.Input the fields.
Settings.
4.Select Save.
2.Select Speed Dial and select a
number.
Viewing the contact list
3.Select Remove > Yes.
1.Press D or select Menu >
Using address book
You can save names, phone
numbers, and information on the
SIM or phone. Number of entries
can depend on the capacity of
the SIM card.
Adding a contact
1.Select Menu > Address Book >
Contacts > Options > Add
Address Book > Contacts.
Searching for a phone
number
1.Press D or select Menu >
Address Book > Contacts.
2.Input the first letter or two of
the person’s name and scroll
with U/D.
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3.Select Select to view detail
information.
4.To update information, select
Options > Edit Contact.
Calling from contact list
Deleting a contact
Sending a contact
Making groups
1.Press D or select Menu >
Address Book > Contacts.
2.Select a contact to call.
3.PressS.
1.Press D or select Menu >
Address Book > Contacts.
2.Select a contact > Options >
Send Contact Info > All
Contact Info, Personal
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Contact, or Business
Contact.
3.You can send the contact
using Message or Bluetooth.
1.Press D or select Menu >
Address Book > Contacts.
2.Select a contact > Options >
Delete > Yes.
1.Press D, R or select Menu >
Address Book > Groups.
2.Select Options > Add New
Group.
3.Select Phone or SIM.
Breeze Mode - Calls and address book
For a 2G SIM card, this step is not
3.Select Favorites or Groups.
needed.
Using your headset
4.Enter a group name and
You can make or receive a call
select Save.
using your headset. When you
Editing groups
connect your headset to the jack,
1.Press D, R or select Menu >
the button on the headset works
Address Book > Groups.
as follows.
2.Select a group > Options >
note: You must use the headset
Add New Group, Rename
designed for this device. It is an optional
Group, or Delete Group.
item. Not all headset will have a button.
Adding to favorites or
groups
1.Press D or select Menu >
Address Book > Contacts.
2.Select a contact > Options >
Add to.
While in standby mode
1.Press the button once to list
recent calls.
2.Press the button twice to
redial the last call.
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While the phone is closed
1.Press the button once to
receive an incoming call.
2.Press and hold the button
once to end the call.
Service and fixed dialing
number
Calling your service
numbers S
You can see the service number
to reach the service provider.
1.Select Menu > Address Book >
Service Numbers.
2.Select a number and
pressS.
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Viewing fixed dialing number
list
Fixed dialing number is a service
that limits your access to specific
numbers in the address book
list recorded on the SIM. Input
the PIN2 to set up or cancel this
service.
1.Select Menu > Address Book >
Fixed Dial Numbers.
note: PIN2 must be correctly entered
within 3 attempts. If you input incorrect
code three times in a row, the PIN2
code will be blocked. If the PIN2 code
is blocked, please contact your service
provider. Your PIN2 code is supplied with
the SIM card.
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Messaging
Receiving messages
Creating and sending text messages
Creating multimedia messages
Managing messaging memory
Email
Receiving messages
Viewing a new message
1.Select View.
Reading a message from the
inbox
1.Select Menu > Messaging >
Inbox.
2.Select a received message >
View.
Saving the contact
information from a received
message
1.Select a received message >
View.
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2.Select Options > Save.
3.Select New Contact or
Update Contact.
Saving the object in a
received multimedia
message
1.Open a multimedia message.
2.Select an object.
3.Select Options > Use > Save.
It will be saved in one of the
categories in the My Stuff folder.
For details on Photo album, see
page 64.
Listening to voice messages
1.Press and hold 1 or select
Menu > Messaging > Voice
Mail.
It will automatically call the voice
mail center.
Creating and sending
text messages
Sending a text message
1.Press U or select Menu >
Messaging > Create
Message.
2.Enter a message.
3.Select Send to and a contact
Breeze Mode - Messaging
to send the message and
select Select.
4.Select Send.
Replying to a message
1.Select a message > Reply or
select a message > Options >
Reply.
Creating multimedia
messages
You can create and send
multimedia messages. Capacity
is 100KB, 300KB or 600KB. An
error message will alert you
once the message exceeds the
capacity.
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Adding a saved picture to
the message
1.Press U or select Menu >
Messaging > Create
Message.
2.Enter a message.
3.Select Insert > Picture >
Picture > Camera.
4.Scroll to the saved picture and
select Select.
5.To preview the message,
select Options > Preview >
Current or Whole Message.
6.To edit the text message,
press U/D to select the text
box and edit your message.
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7.Select Send to > a contact >
Select > Send.
Adding a new picture to the
message
1.Press U or select Menu >
Messaging > Create
Message.
2.Enter a message.
3.Select Insert > Take New
Picture.
4.Focus on the object.
5.Press @ orQ.
6.To preview the message,
select Options > Preview >
Current or Whole Message.
To go back to text editor page,
select Stop.
7.To edit the text message,
press U/D to select the text
box and edit your message.
8.Select Send to > a contact >
Select > Send.
For details on taking a picture,
see page 60.
Adding a saved video to the
message
1.Press U or select Menu >
Messaging > Create
Message.
2.Enter a message.
3.Select Insert > Video > Video.
Breeze Mode - Messaging
4.Scroll to the saved video clip
and select Select.
5.To preview the message,
select Options > Preview >
Current or Whole Message.
To go back to text editor page,
select Stop.
6.To edit the text message,
press U/D to select the text
box and edit your message.
7.Select Send to > a contact >
Select > Send.
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Breeze Mode - Messaging
Adding a new video to the
message
1.Press U or select Menu >
Messaging > Create
Message.
2.Enter a message.
3.Select Insert > Record New
Video.
4.Focus on the object.
5.Press @ orQ, or select
Options > Record.
6.To stop and save the
recording, select Stop.
7.To preview the message,
select Options > Preview >
Current or Whole Message.
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To go back to text editor page,
select Stop.
8.To edit the text message,
press U/D to select the text
box and edit your message.
9.Select Send to > a contact >
Select > Send.
For details on recording a video,
see page 62.
Adding a recorded voice
memo to the message
1.Press U or select Menu >
Messaging > Create
Message.
2.Enter a message.
3.Select Insert > Sound > Audio
> My Voice.
4.Scroll to the saved audio clip
and select Select.
5.To preview the message,
select Options > Preview >
Current or Whole Message.
6.Select Pause to stop listening
the voice memo. Select Stop
to go back to text editor page.
7.To edit the text message,
press U/D to select the text
box and edit your message.
8.Select Send to > a contact >
Select > Send.
Adding a new voice memo to
the message
1.Press U or select Menu >
Messaging > Create
Message.
2.Enter a message.
3.Select Insert > Record New
Sound.
4.Select Record to record the
sound.
5.To stop and save the
recording, select Stop.
6.To preview the message,
select Options > Preview >
Current or Whole Message.
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Breeze Mode - Messaging
7.Select Pause to stop listening
the voice memo. Select Stop
to go back to text editor page.
8.To edit the text message,
press U/D to select the text
box and edit your message.
9.Select Send to > a contact >
Select > Send.
For details on Recording a voice
memo, see page 150.
Adding other files to the
message
1.Press U or select Menu >
Messaging > Create
Message.
2.Enter a message.
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3.Select Insert > Other Files >
Other Files.
4.Select a file > Select.
5.To preview the message,
select Options > Preview >
Current or Whole Message.
To go back to text editor page,
select Stop.
6.To edit the text message,
press U/D to select the text
box and edit your message.
7.Select Send to > a contact >
Select > Send.
Managing messaging
memory
Up to 200 messages can be
stored in the phone memory,
additional messages will be
saved to the SIM card. When
the message box is full, the
messages full icon will appear. All
messages share memory.
Icon
Descriptions
Text message is full (SIM and
phone messages).
Deleting a message in the
inbox
1.Select a message > Options >
Delete > Yes.
Deleting multiple messages
in the inbox
1.Select Options > Delete >
Multiple.
2.Select Select or Deselect
to select or deselect the
message.
3.Select Options > Delete > Yes.
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Email
You can receive emails from your
service provider.
Receiving an email
1.Press L or select Menu >
Messaging > Mobile Email.
2.Select an email.
3.Select Select.
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Multimedia
Camera
Photo album
Video album
Breeze Mode - Multimedia
Camera
Setting camera settings
You can take pictures and record movies using the built-in camera.
The photos and video clips can be saved and sent via multimedia
messages, Online Locker, or Bluetooth.
Camera
mode
Picture
remaining
Video
mode
1.PressQin standby mode or
select Menu > Camera > Take
a Picture.
2.Select Options > Settings to
change settings prior to taking
a picture.
Camera options
Icon Name
White
Balance
Effect
Self Timer
Zoom
Size
Brightness
White
Balance
Effect
Self Timer
Zoom
Size
Brightness
White
Balance
Effect
Descriptions
Auto ( ), Day Light
( ), Tungsten ( ),
Fluorescent ( )
Normal ( ), Sepia
( ), Negative ( ),
B&W ( )
Icon Name
Descriptions
Off ( ), 5 secs
Self Timer
( ), 10 secs ( )
1280x1024 ( ),
1024x768 ( ),
Size
640x480 ( ),
320x240 ( ),
240x320 ( )
Picture Quality, Save
Location, Shutter
Advanced
Sound, Timer
Sound
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Breeze Mode - Multimedia
Video camera options
Icon Name
Descriptions
Auto ( ), Day Light
White
( ), Tungsten ( ),
Balance
Fluorescent ( )
Normal ( ), Sepia
Effect
( ), Negative ( ),
B&W ( )
Off ( ), 5 secs
Self Timer
( ), 10 secs ( )
176x144(MMS)
Size
( ), 176x144 ( ),
320x240 ( )
Video Quality,
Sound Recording,
Advanced
Save Location,
Timer Sound
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Zoom in and out
1.Press U/D.
It ranges from 1 x to 4 x.
Increasing or decreasing the
brightness
1.Press L/R.
It ranges from -2 to +2.
Taking a picture
1.PressQin standby mode or
select Menu > Camera > Take
a Picture.
2.Focus on the object.
3.Press @ orQ, or select
Options > Capture.
Changing to video camera
mode
1.PressQin standby mode or
select Menu > Camera > Take
a Picture.
2.Select Options while camera
mode is activated.
3.Select Video Camera Mode.
In camera mode, press and
holdQto change to video
camera mode.
4.Focus on the object.
5.Press @ orQ, or select
Options > Record.
6.Select Stop to stop recording.
Viewing the taken picture
1.PressQin standby mode or
select Menu > Camera > Take
a Picture.
2.Select Options > Photo
Album.
3.Select a picture > View.
After taking pictures
To Press
Send using
Options > Send > as
a multimedia
Multimedia Message
message
Options > Send >
Send using
Send to Online
Online Locker
Locker
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Breeze Mode - Multimedia
To
Send using
Bluetooth
Set as
wallpaper
Press
Options > Send > via
Bluetooth
Options > Set as >
Wallpaper
Options > Set as >
Set as Caller ID
Caller ID
Delete Options > Delete
Rename Options > Rename
View photo
Options > Properties
information
Recording a video
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1.Select Menu > Camera >
Record a Video.
2.Focus on the object.
3Press @ orQ, or select
Options > Record.
4.Select Stop to stop recording.
5.Select Options > Play to play
the video clip.
6.Press C to go back to
preview mode.
Changing to camera mode
1.Select Menu > Camera >
Record a Video.
2.Select Options while video
mode is activated.
3.Select Camera Mode.
In video camera mode, press
an holdQto change to camera
mode.
For details on taking a picture,
see page 60.
Viewing the recorded video
clip
1.Select Menu > Camera >
Record a Video.
2.Select Options > Video
Album.
3.Select the video clip > Play.
After recording video clips
To
Send using
a multimedia
message
Send using
Online Locker
Send using
Bluetooth
Press
Options > Send > as
Multimedia Message
Options > Send > Send
to Online Locker
Options > Send > via
Bluetooth
To
View recorded
video clip
Delete
Rename
View video clip
information
Press
Options > Play
Options > Delete
Options > Rename
Options > Properties
During recording a video clip
To
Receive
an incoming call
Pause and record
continuously
Stop recording
Press
S or @
Pause
Stop
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Breeze Mode - Multimedia
Photo album
The My Pictures menu allows
you to view all the pictures you
have taken, save selected images
to your phone or an external
memory card and share the
photos with others. JPEG format
is supported, and other formats
are saved in the Picture folder.
note: To access Picture, select Menu >
My Stuff > Picture in Advanced mode.
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Viewing the saved pictures
1.Select Menu > Camera > My
Pictures.
2.Select a picture > View.
Setting as wallpaper in the
display
1.Select Menu > Camera > My
Pictures.
2.Select a picture.
3.Select Options > Set as >
Wallpaper.
Setting as caller identification
1.Select Menu > Camera > My
Pictures.
2.Select a picture.
3.Select Options > Set as >
Caller ID.
Sending pictures using
multimedia message
1.Select Menu > Camera > My
Pictures.
2.Select a picture.
3.Select Options > Send > as
Multimedia Message.
For details on creating
multimedia messages, see page
49.
Deleting multiple pictures
1.Select Menu > Camera > My
Pictures.
2.Select Options > Multiple
Select.
3.Select Select to select more
than one picture.
4.Select Deselect to cancel
your selection.
5.Select Options > Delete.
Viewing a file information
1.Select Menu > Camera > My
Pictures.
2.Select a picture.
3.Select Options > Properties.
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Breeze Mode - Multimedia
Video album
The My Videos menu allows you
to play, send, save and delete
videos. The supported formats
are MP4, WMA, 3GP and 3G2.
Playing the saved video clips
1.Select Menu > Camera > My
Videos.
2.Select a video clip.
3.Select Play.
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Using video player controls
To
Pause / Play
Rewind
Fast forward
Control
volume
Press
@
Hold U
Hold D
Side key up or down
or L/R
Sending a video clip using
multimedia message
1.Select Menu > Camera > My
Videos.
2.Select a video clip.
3.Select Options > Send > as
Multimedia Message.
For details on creating multimedia
messages, see page 49.
Sending a video clip using
Online Locker
1.Select Menu > Camera > My
Videos.
2.Select a video clip.
3.Select Options > Send > Send
to Online Locker.
Sending a video clip via
Bluetooth
1.Select Menu > Camera > My
Videos.
2.Select a video clip.
3.Select Options > Send > via
Bluetooth.
Deleting multiple video clips
1.Select Menu > Camera > My
Videos.
2.Select Options > Multiple
Select.
3.Select Select to select more
than one picture.
4.Select Deselect to cancel
your selection.
5.Select Options > Delete.
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Memo
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Useful Features
Calendar
Alarm clock
Pill Reminder
User Guide
Calculator
Tip calculator
Stop watch
Say a command
Readout Mode
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Breeze Mode - Useful features
Calendar
Calendar helps you
manage your
schedule including
your time for calls or
special days. You can
set a reminder on
any given date with
this function.
Viewing calendar
1.Select Menu > Tools >
Calendar.
note: You can also access Calendar by
pressing C in standby mode. View by
Month is default setting for Calendar.
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In the monthly view
To
Move to
another day
Move to
another week
Press
L for Previous
R for Next
U for Previous
D for Next
Side key down for
View other
Previous
month
Side key up for Next
Creating a new event
1.Select a day and select
Options > New Event.
2.Select Appointment, Task or
Note.
3.Input the event and select
Save.
note: You can create events for dates
from 01/01/2000 to 12/31/2099.
Alarm clock
Setting an alarm
1.Select Menu > Tools > Alarm
Clock.
2.Select Create New for new
alarm.
3.Set the Cycle, Time, Alarm
Sound, Alarm Alert Type,
Alarm Volume, Snooze and
Power Alarm.
4.Select Save.
Editing existing alarms
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1.Select Menu > Tools > Alarm
Clock.
2.Select an alarm > Edit or select
Options to access following:
Create New, Delete and
Delete All.
Setting a simple alarm
1.Select Menu > Tools > Alarm
Clock.
2.Select Simple Alarm and
select Edit.
3.Set the alarm schedule and
select Save.
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Pill Reminder
Pill Reminder sets
your schedule to
take pill, and alarm
pop-up will appear
on the setting
time.
You can select to accept the
reminder or have the reminder
pop-up again after 15 minutes.
Creating a new pill reminder
1.Select Menu > Tools > Pill
Reminder > Create New.
2.Select Take and then, take a
picture.
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For details on taking picture, see
page 60.
3.Input Name and Dosage.
4.Select Time > Create.
5.Set a desired time > OK > Back.
6.Select Period > Begins.
7.Set the beginning time of the
dosage on the calendar.
8. Select Reminders and set the
reminding period.
9. Select Daily, Every 2 days,
or Monthly. When selecting
Every 2 days, you can set
desired days for period.
10. Enter more information.
11. Select Save.
Checking Today's Pill
Reminder
1.Select Menu
> Tools > Pill
Reminder
> Options >
Today's Pill.
2.Scroll and select a
pill reminder item to check the
detail.
Editing a pill reminder
1.Select Menu > Tools > Pill
Reminder.
2.Select a pill reminder > Edit.
3.Edit Name, Dosage, Time,
Period or More Information.
Breeze Mode - Useful features
4.Select Save.
Deleting reminders
1.Select Menu > Tools > Pill
Reminder.
2.Select a pill reminder>
Options > Delete or Delete
All.
User Guide
User Guide helps users to learn
how to use the phone easily in
itself.
1.Select Menu > Tools > User
Guide.
2.Select a function to check in
detail.
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Breeze Mode - Useful features
Calculator
1.Select Menu > Tools
> Calculator.
2.Input the numbers
with the numeric
keypad and enter
the operators with
L/R/U/D/@ to calculate.
3.Press * to use the decimal
point.
4.Press C to cancel your
input.
5.Select Reset to reset.
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Tip calculator
1.Select Menu > Tools
> Tip Calculator.
2.Enter the values
for all the variable
fields (Bill($),
Tip(%), Split)
and then the corresponding
calculation fields (Tip($),
Total($), You Pay) are
updated automatically.
3.Press * to use the decimal
point.
4.Select Reset to reset.
Stop watch
1.Select Menu > Tools
> Stop Watch.
2.Select Start to
start.
3.Select Stop to stop.
4.Select Continue to
restart or select Reset to clear.
5.To check split times, select
Mode > Split Time Mode.
6.To check lap times, select
Mode > Lap Time Mode.
note: In Basic Mode, when you exit the
stop watch menu, or become idle, the
stop watch will continue running and
will be indicated by a clock icon. You can
access the stop watch by re-entering
the stop watch menu.
Say a Command
Your phone is equipped with
an Advanced Voice Command
(AVC) feature. This feature allows
you to make calls or use the
phone functions by simply using
your voice. All you have to do is
talk into the phone and then the
phone will recognize your voice
and complete tasks by itself.
1.In standby mode, simply
pressNto access Say a
Command.
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Or select Menu > AT&T
Services > Say a Command.
2.At the voice prompt, say a
command and simply follow
the voice prompts.
The following list shows available
voice commands.
Call <Name or #>: Voice dials
a name or phone number in
your address book. If multiple
numbers exist, say the name and
the number type (i.e. mobile,
home, work, or other).
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Send Message <Name or #>:
Display the Create Message
screen with the contact you have
spoken.
Contact <Name>: Retrieve and
display the contact information
stored in the address book.
Go To <Menu>: Open an
application on your phone.
Check <Item>: Check the status
information of your phone
(Status, Voicemail, Messages,
Missed Calls, Time, Signal
strength, Battery, My Phone
Number, and Volume).
Readout Mode
Readout Mode makes your
phone a useful companion when
you can’t or don’t have the ability
to read the phone screen.
When Readout mode is
activated, the phone will
announce key alert, navigation,
and content information verbally.
•Provides verbal alerts of the
following:
– Missed Call
– New Message received
– Low Battery
–M
essage Sent and other
confirmation notifications
Breeze Mode - Useful features
•Announces highlighted items
in Menus as user navigates the
phone
•Announces numbers as they
are pressed on keypad
•Reads out text message
content
To turn on Readout Mode
1.Select Menu > Settings >
Voice Command Setting.
2.Select Audio Modes >
Readout mode.
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Connectivity
Bluetooth
Using Mobile Web
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Breeze Mode - Connectivity
Bluetooth
Bluetooth technology enables
free wireless connections
between electronic devices
within a maximum range of 33
feet (10 meters). Bluetooth
connections can be used to send
images, text, business cards,
calendar events, or to connect
to computers using Bluetooth
technology.
Your mobile phone supports:
•Connect to PC to access internet.
•Connect to Hands-Free.
•Connect to electronic devices.
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Bluetooth Icon
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Descriptions
Bluetooth is active.
Bluetooth hands-free
headset is connected.
Bluetooth A2DP headset is
connected.
Bluetooth hands-free +
A2DP headset is connected.
Data transfer via Bluetooth.
note: Advance Audio Distribution
Profile (A2DP) is a Bluetooth profile
(mode) which is designed to transfer a
uni-directional 2-channel stereo audio
stream to a headset or car audio.
Activating Bluetooth
1.Select Menu > Settings >
Bluetooth > Activation.
2.Select On or Off.
Adding a device
1.Select Menu > Settings >
Bluetooth > My Devices.
2.Select Search for Devices >
Search.
3.The available device will be
displayed.
4.Select a device and select
Select.
5.Enter password and press @.
note: The target device must be in
discoverable mode.
Sending files
1.After pairing with the target
device, select Options > Send
Files.
2.Select a file(s) from Audio,
Picture, Video or Other Files.
note: If the target device requests
pairing, the file is sent after pairing
is completed. Locked files or ones
containing original rights may not be
transmitted.
Receiving files
The receipt should be approved
before receiving a file(s).
The received file(s) will be saved
in the corresponding folder.
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For example, if you received
contacts information from the
sender, it will be saved in your
phone’s memory.
1.After pairing with the target
device, select Options > Take
Files.
2.The available files will be
displayed.
3.Select a file and select
Options > Copy.
Setting the visibility
1.Select Menu > Settings >
Bluetooth > Visibility.
2.Select Show or Hide.
3.Select OK.
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Naming the phone
1.Select Menu > Settings >
Bluetooth > My Bluetooth Info.
2.Select Name > Edit.
3.Enter the new name and
select Save.
note: The device name is what identifies
your phone to Bluetooth network.
Using Mobile Web
Accessing Mobile Web
1.Press @ in standby mode or
select Menu > AT&T Services >
Mobile Web.
note: It will access the Mobile Web
homepage.
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Settings
Phone status
Sounds and alerts
Display settings
Voice Command Setting
Breeze Mode - Settings
Phone status
This menu allows you to view My
Phone Number, Signal Strength
and Battery Remaining.
1.Select Menu > Settings >
Phone Status.
Sounds & alerts
The Sounds & Alerts menu
allows you to specify a ringer
type, message alert sound, key
volume and so on.
1.Select Menu > Settings >
Sounds & Alerts.
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2.Select Normal, Vibrate
and Ring, Vibrate Only,
Silent, Flight mode or Noise
Suppression.
3.Select Edit to specify a
selected option.
4.Select an option for each field
and select Save. To reset to
factory defaults, select Reset.
note: You can specify the options only
when Normal or Vibrate and Ring
profiles are highlighted.
Display settings
Setting the font size
1.Select Menu > Settings > Font
Size.
2.Select Medium, Large or Very
Large.
3.Select Select.
Setting the wallpaper
1.Select Menu > Settings >
Wallpaper.
2.Select Images or Camera
and select a desired image.
3.Select Select.
Voice command setting
1.Select Menu > Settings >
Voice Command Setting.
2.Select Confirmation,
Adaptation, Audio Modes,
Speakerphone or About and
select Select.
3.Select an option > Select.
4.To improve the recognition
accuracy, select Adaptation >
Adapt Voice > Start.
note: You can check the details for each
setting option by selecting Help on the
option setting screen.
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Calls and address book
with Advanced Mode
Making, receiving and ending a call
Call settings
Checking all calls
Speed dialing
Using address book
Using your headset
Service and fixed dialing number
Caller identification
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Advanced Mode offers additional
features and functionality
associated with making calls and
using address book.
Once the call is completed, a call
summary is displayed.
Making, receiving and
ending a call
Making a call using the call
list
Making a call
1.Enter the area code and
phone number.
2.PressS.
Answering a call
1.PressSor select Accept.
Ending a call
1.PressE.
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Rejecting a call
Press E or select Ignore.
Your phone logs up to 20
dialed, received and missed call
numbers.
1.PressS to display the recent
calls list.
2.Select All Calls, Missed Calls,
Received Calls, Dialed Calls
or Call Ranking by pressing
L/R.
Advanced Mode - Calls and address book
3.Select a number.
Making an international call
4.PressS to dial the selected
1.Press and hold 0 key for the
number.
international prefix until the
note: To redial the last number, press
‘+’,character appears.
and holdS in standby mode.
2.Type the country code, area
code, and phone number.
Making a call during a call
3.PressS in standby mode.
1.Enter the phone number
or select Options > View
Making an emergency call
Contacts.
1.You can make emergency
2.PressS to dial the
calls even if your phone does
second call. The first call is
not have a SIM card.
automatically put on hold.
2.Press Emergency Number, or
select SOS if your phone does
Switching between two calls
not have a SIM card.
1.Select Options > Swap.
3.PressS.
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Replying to a missed call
1.Press S to display the calls
list.
2.Select Missed Calls by
pressing L/R.
3.Select a number to call by
pressing U/D.
4.PressS.
Answering a second call N
1.PressS. The first call is
automatically put on hold.
2.PressE to end the second
call. The call on hold is
automatically reconnected.
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note: For answering a second call, you
should activate Call Waiting in advance.
(Select Menu > Settings > Call > Call
Waiting > Activate in Advanced mode. )
Putting a call on hold and
returning N
Putting a call on hold
1.Select Options > Hold or
pressS.
Returning to a held call
1.Select Options > Unhold or
pressS again.
Multi-party calls N
You can talk with more than one
person or have a conference call.
Advanced Mode - Calls and address book
2.Select the number associated
Making a multi-party call
with the call you wish to end or
1.Call the first participant.
End All to end all calls.
2.Call the second participant.
The first call is automatically
Searching for a number in
put on hold.
address book during a call
3.Select Options > Join.
1.Select Options > View
Contacts.
Having a private
2.
S
elect a number >S.
conversation with one
participant
1.Select Options > Split.
2.Select the participant >
Select.
Removing one participant
from a multi-party call
Searching for a name or
group in address book
Enter the first letters of the name
for Name Search. The entries are
displayed starting with the first
entry matching your input.
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Advanced Mode - Calls and address book
Finding a name manually in
address book
1.Press U/D.
Viewing the details of
highlighted entry in address
book
1.Select Select.
For details on address book, see
page 97.
Reading a message during a
call
1. Select Options > View
Message.
2. Select a conversation > Open.
3. Select a message > View.
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Sending a message during a
call
1.Select Options > Send
Message.
For details on creating a text
message, see page 106.
Mobile Web
N
1.Select Options > Mobile Web.
Viewing the calendar during
a call
1.Select Options > View
Calendar.
Making a note during a call
1.Select Options > Notepad.
Voice recording
1.Select Options > Voice
Recording.
Call settings
Answering with any key press
1.Select Menu > Settings > Call
> Answer Mode.
2.Select Press any key.
note: You can answer with any key
except E and Ignore.
Setting auto redial N
1.Select Menu > Settings > Call
> Auto Redial.
2.Select On or Off.
Checking all calls
You can view information about
all calls simply by pressingS.
For more options for all, missed,
received, dialed calls, and call
ranking, select an entry and
Options.
Viewing missed calls
1.Select Menu > My Stuff >
Tools.
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2.Select Recent Calls > Missed
Calls.
Viewing received calls
1.Select Menu > My Stuff >
Tools.
2.Select Recent Calls >
Received Calls.
Viewing dialed calls
1.Select Menu > My Stuff >
Tools.
2.Select Recent Calls > Dialed
Calls.
Viewing call rankings
1.Select Menu > My Stuff >
Tools.
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2.Select Recent Calls > Call
Ranking.
Deleting call logs
1.Select Menu > My Stuff >
Tools.
2.Select Recent Calls > Delete
Call Logs.
3. Select All Calls, Missed Calls,
Received Calls, or Dialed
Calls.
note: If no logs exist, the message “No
Call Exist” appears.
Viewing call time
1.Select Menu > My Stuff >
Tools.
Advanced Mode - Calls and address book
2.Select Recent Calls > Call
Viewing data transmitted
Time.
information
3.Last Call, Received Calls,
1.Select Menu > My Stuff >
Dialed Calls, and Total Calls
Tools.
are displayed.
2.Select Recent Calls > Packet
Counter.
Resetting all call times
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Current Info: You can view
1.Select Menu > My Stuff >
transmitted data in the
Tools.
current session, in Kilobytes.
2.Select Recent Calls > Call
Sent, Received and Total
Time.
information are also
3.Select Reset > Yes.
available.
note: The default password is ‘1234’.
• Last Info: You can view
Sent, Received, Total and
Duration transmitted
in previous sessions, in
Kilobytes.
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• Total Info: You can view all
Sent, Received, Total and
Duration transmitted data in
Kilobytes.
• Clear Logs: The default
password is ‘1234’.
Speed dialing
You can dial quickly using speed
dialing. Up to 8 phone numbers
can be programmed using
numbers 2 to 9.
1 : Voice mail
0 : Prefix for international call
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Setting speed dial
1.Select Menu > Address Book >
Settings.
2.Select Speed Dial > an empty
entry and select Add.
3.Select a contact > Select.
Changing speed dial contact
1.Select Menu > Address Book >
Settings.
2.Select Speed Dial and select a
number.
3.Select Change.
4.Select a contact > Select > Yes.
Advanced Mode - Calls and address book
2.Select Phone or SIM.
Removing from speed dial
3.Input the fields.
1.Select Menu > Address Book >
4.Select Save.
Settings.
2.Select Speed Dial and select a Viewing the contact list
number.
1.Press D or select Menu >
3.Select Remove > Yes.
Address Book > Contacts.
Using address book
You can save names, phone
numbers, and information on the
SIM or phone. Number of entries
can depend on the capacity of
the SIM card.
Adding a contact
1.Select Menu > Address Book >
Contacts > Options > Add
New Contact.
Searching for a phone
number
1.Press D or select Menu >
Address Book > Contacts.
2.Input the first letter or two of
the person’s name and scroll
with U/D.
3.Select Select to view detail
information.
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4.To update information, select
Options > Edit Contact.
Calling from contact list
1.Press D or select Menu >
Address Book > Contacts.
2.Select a contact to call.
3.PressS.
Sending a contact
1.Press D or select Menu >
Address Book > Contacts.
2.Select a contact > Options >
Send Contact Info > All
Contact Info, Personal
Contact, or Business
Contact.
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3.You can send the contact
using Message or Bluetooth.
Deleting a contact
1.Press D or select Menu >
Address Book > Contacts.
2.Select a contact > Options >
Delete > Yes.
Making groupsS
1.Press D, R or select Menu >
Address Book > Groups.
2.Select Options > Add New
Group.
3.Select Phone or SIM.
For a 2G SIM card, this step is not
needed.
4.Enter a group name and
select Save.
Editing groups
1.Press D, R or select Menu >
Address Book > Groups.
2.Select a group and select
Options > Add New Group,
Rename Group, or Delete
Group.
Adding to favorites or
groups
1.Press D or select Menu >
Address Book > Contacts.
2.Select a contact and select
Options > Add to.
3.Select Favorites or Groups.
Using your headset
You can make or receive a call
using your headset. When you
connect your headset to the jack,
the button on the headset works
as follows.
note: You must use the headset
designed for this device. It is an optional
item. Not all headset will have a button.
While in standby mode
1.Press the button once to list
recent calls.
2.Press the button twice to
redial the last call.
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Advanced Mode - Calls and address book
While the phone is closed
1.Press the button once to
receive an incoming call.
2.Press and hold the button
once to end the call.
Service and fixed dialing
number
Calling your service
numbers S
You can see the service number
to reach the service provider.
1.Select Menu > Address Book >
Service Numbers.
2.Select a number > pressS.
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Viewing fixed dialing number
list
Fixed dialing number is a service
that limits your access to specific
numbers in the address book
list recorded on the SIM. Input
the PIN2 to set up or cancel this
service.
1.Select Menu > Address Book >
Fixed Dial Numbers.
note: PIN2 must be correctly entered
within 3 attempts. If you input incorrect
code three times in a row, the PIN2
code will be blocked. If the PIN2 code
is blocked, please contact your service
provider. Your PIN2 code is supplied with
the SIM card.
Caller identification
Caller identification N
1.Select Menu > Settings > Call
> Display My Number.
2.Select Network Default, Show
or Hide > Select.
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with Advanced Mode
Receiving messages
Creating and sending text messages
Creating multimedia messages
Message templates
Message settings
Managing messaging memory
Email
Using instant messenger
When your phone is set to
Advanced Mode, you can
use additional features and
functionality associated with
messaging.
Receiving messages
Viewing a new message
1.Select View.
Reading a message from the
conversation
1. Select Menu > Messaging >
Conversations.
2.Select a conversation > Open.
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Saving the contact
information from a received
message
1.Select a received message >
View.
2.Select Options > Save.
3.Select New Contact or
Update Contact.
Saving the object in a
received multimedia
message
1.Open a multimedia message.
2.Select an object.
3.Select Options > Use > Save.
It will be saved in one of the
categories in the My Stuff folder.
For details on Photo album, see
page 126.
Listening to voice messages
1.Press and hold 1 or select
Menu > Messaging > Voice
Mail.
It will automatically call the voice
mail center.
Launching URL in the
message
1.Select Menu > Messaging >
Conversations.
Advanced Mode - Messaging
2.Select a message which
includes an URL.
3.Select the URL and select
Options > Use.
Saving connection settings
using Configuration
message
1.Select Menu > Messaging >
Conversations.
2.Select an over the air (OTA)
message.
3.Select Options > Install.
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Creating and sending
text messages
Sending a text message
1.Press U or select Menu >
Messaging > Create
Message.
2.Enter a message.
3.To save the message as a
draft, select Options > Save to
Drafts.
4.Select Send to and select a
contact to send the message
and select Select.
5.Select Send.
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6.To view the sent message,
select Menu > Messaging >
Conversations.
note: All successfully sent messages
will be saved in Conversations while the
messages failed to be sent will be saved
in Outbox.
Finding all sent messages
1.Select Menu > Messaging >
Conversations.
Replying to a message
1.Select a message > Reply or
select a message > Options >
Reply.
Creating multimedia
messages
You can create and send
multimedia messages. Capacity
is 100KB, 300KB or 600KB. An
error message will alert you
once the message exceeds the
capacity.
Adding a saved picture to
the message
1.Press U or select Menu
> Messaging > Create
Message.
2.Enter a message.
Advanced Mode - Messaging
3.Select Insert > Picture >
Picture > Camera.
4.Scroll to the saved picture and
select Select.
5.To preview the message,
select Options > Preview >
Current or Whole Message.
6.To edit the text message,
press U/D to select the text
box and edit your message.
7.Select Send to and select a
contact to send the message
and select Select.
8.Select Send.
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Adding a new picture to the
message
1.Press U or select Menu >
Messaging > Create
Message.
2.Enter a message.
3.Select Insert > Take New
Picture.
4.Focus on the object.
5 Press @ orQ.
6.To preview the message,
select Options > Preview >
Current or Whole Message.
To go back to text editor page,
select Stop.
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7.To edit the text message,
press U/D to select the text
box and edit your message.
8.Select Send to > a contact >
Select > Send.
For details on taking a picture,
see page 122.
Adding a saved video to the
message
1.Press U or select Menu >
Messaging > Create
Message.
2.Enter a message.
3.Select Insert > Video > Video.
4.Scroll to the saved video clip
and select Select.
5.To preview the message,
select Options > Preview >
Current or Whole Message.
To go back to text editor page,
select Stop.
6.To edit the text message,
press U/D to select the text
box and edit your message.
7.Select Send to > a contact >
Select > Send.
Adding a new video to the
message
1.Press U or select Menu >
Messaging > Create
Message.
2.Enter a message.
Advanced Mode - Messaging
3.Select Insert > Record New
Video.
4.Focus on the object.
5.Press @ orQ, or select
Options > Record.
6.To stop and save the
recording, select Stop.
7.To preview the message,
select Options > Preview >
Current or Whole Message.
To go back to text editor page,
select Stop.
8.To edit the text message,
press U/D to select the text
box and edit your message.
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9.Select Send to > a contact >
Select > Send.
For details on recording a video,
see page 124.
Adding a recorded voice
memo to the message
1.Press U or select Menu >
Messaging > Create
Message.
2.Enter a message.
3.Select Insert > Sound > Audio
> My Voice.
4.Scroll to the saved audio clip
and select Select.
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5.To preview the message,
select Options > Preview >
Current or Whole Message.
6.Select Pause to stop listening
the voice memo or select
Stop to go back to text editor
page.
7.To edit the text message,
press U/D to select the text
box and edit your message.
8.Select Send to > a contact >
Select > Send.
Adding a new voice memo to
the message
1.Press U or select Menu >
Messaging > Create
Message.
2.Enter a message.
3.Select Insert > Record New
Sound.
4.Select Record to record the
sound.
5.To stop and save the
recording, select Stop.
6.To preview the message,
select Options > Preview >
Current or Whole Message.
Advanced Mode - Messaging
7.Select Pause to stop listening
the voice memo or select
Stop to go back to text editor
page.
8.To edit the text message,
press U/D to select the text
box and edit your message.
9.Select Send to > a contact >
Select > Send.
For details on Recording a voice
memo, see page 150.
Adding other files to the
message
1.Press U or select Menu >
Messaging > Create
Message.
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Advanced Mode - Messaging
2.Enter a message.
3.Select Insert > Other Files >
Other Files.
4.Select a file and select Select.
5.To preview the message,
select Options > Preview >
Current or Whole Message.
To go back to text editor page,
select Stop.
6.To edit the text message,
press U/D to select the text
box and edit your message.
7.Select Send to > a contact >
Select > Send.
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Message templates
When you often use the same
phrases, you can save the
message under message
templates.
Adding the message as a
template
1.Select Menu > Messaging >
Templates.
2.Select Options > Add New.
3.Write the frequently used
message > Options > Save.
Sending a message with
template
1.Select Menu > Messaging >
Templates.
2.Select a message to send.
3.Select Send to add more
messages.
4.Select Send to > a contact >
Select > Send.
note: You can add a template while
entering a message. Write a message >
Insert > Templates. Select a template to
add.
Message settings
Setting text message
1.Select Menu > Messaging >
Settings.
2.Select Text Massage.
3.Enter new Center Address.
4.Enter new Email Gateway.
5.Select Save.
Setting profiles for
multimedia message
1.Select Menu > Messaging >
Settings.
2.Select Multimedia Message >
MMS Profiles.
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3.Select a profile and select
Select.
Setting sending options for
multimedia message
1.Select Menu > Messaging >
Settings.
2.Select Multimedia Message >
Sending Settings.
3.Select Creation Mode or Max
Message Size > Select.
4.Select a desired option >
Select.
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Setting receiving options for
multimedia message
1.Select Menu > Messaging >
Settings.
2.Select Multimedia Message
> Receiving Settings >
Automatic Download.
3.Select On or Off > Select.
Setting receiving options for
voice message
1.Select Menu > Messaging >
Settings.
2.Select Voice Mail.
3.Enter the number of the voice
mail center > Save.
note: This number may be preconfigured by the service provider upon
activation.
Setting default edit mode
1.Select Menu > Messaging >
Settings.
2.Select Default Edit Mode.
3.Select Alphabet or Predictive
and select Select.
Setting auto delete old
message
When message memory
capacity (Max. 200 messages)
is full, the oldest message will be
deleted automatically.
Advanced Mode - Messaging
1.Select Menu > Messaging >
Settings.
2.Select Auto Delete Old
Message.
3.Select On or Off > Select.
Managing messaging
memory
Up to 200 messages can be
stored in the phone memory,
additional messages will be
saved to the SIM card. When
the message box is full, the
messages full icon will appear. All
messages share memory.
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Descriptions
Text message is full (SIM and
phone messages).
Moving a message to SIM
1.Select Menu > Messaging >
Conversations.
2.Select a message > Options >
Move to SIM.
Deleting a message in the
inbox
1.Select a message > Options >
Delete > Yes.
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Viewing memory space
information
1.Select Menu > Messaging >
Used Space.
2.Press L/R to view SIM and
Phone memory.
Email
You can receive emails from your
service provider.
Receiving an email
1.Press L or select Menu >
Messaging > Mobile Email.
2.Select an email.
3Select Select.
Using instant messenger
Use Instant Messenger (IM) to
send and receive short, simple
messages that are delivered
immediately.
Starting an instant
messenger
1.Select Menu > IM.
2.Select an IM application >
Select.
3.Enter screen name and
password > Sign In.
Viewing the conversation log
You can view the log of your
conversations in the Instant
Messenger Saved Conversations.
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Multimedia
with Advanced Mode
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Camera
Photo album
Video album
Audio album
Music player
Music player settings
Media player
Other files
Managing memory
Playing games
AppCenter
Advanced Mode - Multimedia
In Advanced Mode, you can use the full features of multimedia that
P2030 offers.
note: When you set the photo size to
1280 x 1024, the zoom function is not
available.
You can take pictures and record movies using the built-in camera.
The photos and video clips can be saved and sent via multimedia
messages, Online Locker, or Bluetooth.
Setting camera settings
Camera
Camera
mode
White
Balance
Effect
Self Timer
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Picture
remaining
Zoom
Size
Brightness
Video
mode
White
Balance
Effect
Self Timer
Zoom
Size
Brightness
1.PressQin standby mode or
select Menu > My Stuff > Tools
> Camera.
2.Select Options > Settings to
change settings prior to taking
a picture.
Camera options
Icon Name
White
Balance
Descriptions
Auto ( ), Day Light
( ), Tungsten ( ),
Fluorescent ( )
Icon Name
Descriptions
Normal ( ), Sepia
Effect
( ), Negative ( ),
B&W ( )
Off ( ), 5 secs ( ),
Self Timer
10 secs ( )
1280x1024 ( ),
1024x768 ( ),
Size
640x480 ( ),
320x240 ( ),
240x320 ( )
Picture Quality, Save
Advanced Location, Shutter
Sound, Timer Sound
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Video camera options
Icon Name
Descriptions
Auto ( ), Day Light
White
( ), Tungsten ( ),
Balance
Fluorescent ( )
Normal ( ), Sepia
Effect
( ), Negative ( ),
B&W ( )
Off ( ), 5 secs ( ),
Self Timer
10 secs ( )
176x144(MMS)
Size
( ), 176x144 ( ),
320x240 ( )
Video Quality,
Sound Recording,
Advanced
Save Location,
Timer Sound
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Zoom in and out
1.Press U/D.
It ranges from 1 x to 4 x.
Increasing or decreasing the
brightness
1.Press L/R.
It ranges from -2 to +2.
Taking a picture
1.PressQin standby mode
or select Menu > My Stuff >
Tools > Camera.
2.Focus on the object.
3.Press @ orQ, or select
Options > Capture.
note: Your photo will be saved
automatically in My Stuff > Picture >
Camera.
Changing to video camera
mode
1.PressQin standby mode
or select Menu > My Stuff >
Tools > Camera.
2.Select Options while camera
mode is activated.
3.Select Video Camera Mode.
In camera mode, press and
holdQto change to video
camera mode.
4.Focus on the object.
Advanced Mode - Multimedia
5.Press @ orQ, or select
Options > Record.
6.Select Stop to stop recording.
note: Your video will be saved
automatically in My Stuff > Video.
Viewing the taken picture
1.PressQin standby mode
or select Menu > My Stuff >
Tools > Camera.
2.Select Options > Photo
Album.
3.Select a picture > View.
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Advanced Mode - Multimedia
After taking pictures
To
Send using
a multimedia
message
Send using
Online Locker
Send using
Bluetooth
Set as
wallpaper
Set as Caller ID
Press
Options > Send >
as Multimedia
Message
Options > Send >
Send to Online
Locker
Options > Send > via
Bluetooth
Options > Set as >
Wallpaper
Options > Set as >
Caller ID
Options > Delete
Options > Rename
Delete
Rename
View photo
Options > Properties
information
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Recording a video
1.Select Menu > My Stuff > Tools
> Video Camera.
2.Focus on the object.
3. Press @ orQ, or select
Options > Record.
4.Select Stop to stop recording.
5.Select Options > Play to play
the video clip.
6.Press C to go back to
preview mode.
Changing to camera mode
1.Select Menu > My Stuff > Tools
> Video Camera.
2.Select Options while video
mode is activated.
3.Select Camera Mode.
In video camera mode, press
an holdQto change to camera
mode.
For details on taking a picture,
see page 122.
Viewing the recorded video
clip
1.Select Menu > My Stuff >
Tools > Video Camera.
2.Select Options > Video
Album.
3.Select the video clip > Play.
After recording video clips
To Press
Send using
Options > Send > as
a multimedia
Multimedia Message
message
Options > Send >
Send using
Send to Online
Online Locker
Locker
Send using Options > Send > via
Bluetooth Bluetooth
View recorded
Options > Play
video clip
Delete Options > Delete
Rename Options > Rename
View video clip
Options > Properties
information
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During recording a video clip
To
Receive
an incoming call
Pause and record
continuously
Stop recording
Photo album
Press
S or @
Pause
note: To access Picture, select Menu >
My Stuff > Picture.
Stop
Viewing the saved pictures
The Picture menu allows you
to shop graphic using the WAP
browser. You can download
desired images and graphics and
save them to your phone. You
can also view all the pictures you
have taken, save selected images
to your phone or an external
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memory card, and share the
photos with others. JPEG format
is supported, and other formats
are saved in the Picture folder.
1.Select Menu > My Stuff >
Picture > Camera.
2.Select a picture.
3.Select View.
Setting as wallpaper in the
display
1.Select Menu > My Stuff >
Picture > Camera.
2.Select a picture.
3.Select Options > Set as >
Wallpaper.
Setting as caller
identification
1.Select Menu > My Stuff >
Picture > Camera.
2.Select a picture.
3.Select Options > Set as >
Caller ID.
Sending pictures using
multimedia message
1.Select Menu > My Stuff >
Picture > Camera.
2.Select a picture.
Advanced Mode - Multimedia
3.Select Options > Send > as
Multimedia Message.
For details on creating
multimedia messages, see page
107.
Deleting multiple pictures
1.Select Menu > My Stuff >
Picture > Camera.
2.Select Options > Multiple
Select.
3.Select Select to select more
than one picture.
4.Select Deselect to cancel
your selection.
5.Select Options > Delete.
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Viewing a file information
1.Select Menu > My Stuff >
Picture > Camera.
2.Select a picture.
3.Select Options > Properties.
Video album
The Video menu allows you to
shop video clips using the WAP
browser. You can download
desired video clips and play with
the built-in video player. You
can also send, save, and delete
videos. The supported formats
are MP4, WMA, 3GP and 3G2.
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Playing the saved video clips
1.Select Menu > My Stuff >
Video.
2.Select a video clip.
3.Select Play.
Using video player controls
To
Pause / Play
Rewind
Fast forward
Control
volume
Press
@
Hold U
Hold D
Side key up or down
or L/R
Sending a video clip using
multimedia message
1.Select Menu > My Stuff >
Video.
2.Select a video clip.
3.Select Options > Send > as
Multimedia Message.
For details on creating
multimedia messages, see page
107.
Sending a video clip using
Online Locker
1.Select Menu > My Stuff >
Video.
2.Select a video clip.
Advanced Mode - Multimedia
3.Select Options > Send > Send
to Online Locker.
Sending a video clip via
Bluetooth
1.Select Menu > My Stuff >
Video.
2.Select a video clip.
3.Select Options > Send > via
Bluetooth.
Deleting multiple video clips
1.Select Menu > My Stuff >
Video.
2.Select Options > Multiple
Select.
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3.Select Select to select more
than one video clip file.
4.Select Deselect to cancel
your selection.
5.Select Options > Delete.
Audio album
The Audio menu allows you to
shop tones and answer tones
using the WAP browser. You can
download desired audio files and
play with the built-in audio player.
You can also send, save, and
delete audio files. The supported
file formats are MIDI, i-Melody,
MP3, AMR, WAV, AAC, AAC+,
WMA.
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Listening to the recorded
sound
1.Select Menu > My Stuff >
Audio > My Voice.
2.Select a recorded sound.
3.Select Play.
Using audio player controls
To
Pause / Play
Stop
Rewind
Fast forward
Control
volume
Press
@
Stop
Hold L
Hold R
Side key up or down
or U/D
Setting as a ring tone
1.Select Menu > My Stuff > Audio.
2.Select a sound.
3.Select Options > Set as Ring
Tone.
note: The maximum ringtone file size is
300KB.
Moving or copying multiple
sound to External Memory
1.Select Menu > My Stuff >
Audio.
2.Select a sound file.
3.Select Options > Multiple
Select.
4.Select Select to select more
than one audio file.
Advanced Mode - Multimedia
5.Select Deselect to cancel
your selection.
6.Select Options > Copy to
External Memory or Move
to External Memory. The
selected sound will be copied
or moved to the Audio folder
in external memory card.
Sending sound file using
multimedia message
1.Select Menu > My Stuff >
Audio.
2.Select a sound file.
3.Select Options > Send > as
Multimedia Message.
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Music player
The Music Player is an application
that can play MP3 and audio files.
The supported file formats are
MIDI, i-Melody, MP3, AMR, WAV,
AAC, AAC+, WMA.
Icon
Descriptions
Music is playing.
Music is paused.
Music is stopped.
note: A microSD card must be inserted
to transfer music to your phone.
Advanced Mode - Multimedia
Adding music from Windows
Media Player™
1.Connect the USB cable to the
device and the computer.
2.Select Music Player > Select.
3.Open the Sync tab in Windows
Media Player™ in your
computer.
4.Select the music from the list
and drag and drop to your
phone.
note: Windows Media Player™ 11 and
Windows XP version is required.
Playing music
1.Select Menu > AT&T Music >
Music Player.
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2.Select a category (All Music,
Playlists, Albums, Artists,
Genres) > Select.
3.Select All > Play to play all
songs in the All Music.
4.Select Options > Stop to stop
playing.
note: Music will pause when you receive
an incoming call and Music will resume
when the call ends.
Icon Descriptions
Volume level 7
Pause
Play
Rewind with long press
Fast Forward with long press
Icon Descriptions
Previous track with short press
Next track with short press
Repeat all tracks
Repeat single track
Repeat off
Shuffle On: the current list of
songs are randomly shuffled
for playback
Shuffle Off: songs are played in
order and not shuffled
Making a playlist
1.Select Menu > AT&T Music >
Music Player.
2.Select Playlists > New Playlist.
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3.Input Playlist Name and select
Save.
4.Select All Music, Albums,
Artists or Genres.
5.Select a music file(s) and
select Select to add to the
playlist.
6.Select Done.
Using a playlist
1.To add tracks to a playlist,
select Menu > AT&T Music >
Music Player > Playlists.
2.Select a playlist to add music
and select Options > Add
Tracks.
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3.Select All Music, Albums,
Artists or Genres.
4.Select a music file(s) > Select
> Done.
5.To remove tracks from the
playlist, select Options >
Remove Tracks > a music
file(s) > Select > Remove.
6.To rename the playlist, select
Options > Rename Playlist >
input new Playlist Name and
select Save.
7.To delete the playlist, select
Options > Delete > Yes.
Listening music with
Bluetooth headset
1.While music is playing in the
standby mode, select Menu >
AT&T Music > Music Player.
2.Select Now Playing > Options
> Transfer to B/T Headset.
Viewing a music file
information
1.While music is playing in the
player mode, select Options >
Properties.
2.Use U/D to view Track
Number, Title, Artist, Album,
Genre, Duration, Filename,
File Size, Location, Format,
Advanced Mode - Multimedia
Bit Rate, Created, License
and Sharing.
Setting as ring tone
1.Select Menu > AT&T Music >
Music Player.
2.Select a category (All Music,
Playlists, Albums, Artists,
Genres) > Select.
3.Select a file.
4.Select Options > Set as Ring
Tone.
note: You cannot set the music file while
it is playing. If a music file is larger than
300KB, the file will be deactivated for
setting ring tone.
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Deleting music
1.Select Menu > AT&T Music >
Music Player.
2.Select a category (All Music,
Playlists, Albums, Artists,
Genres) > Select.
3.Select a file.
4.Select Options > Delete.
note: If the music file is playing, you
cannot delete it.
Shopping music
1.Select Menu > AT&T Music >
Shop Music.
2.To return to the previous page,
press C.
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Listening the radio
1.Select Menu > AT&T Music >
AT&T Radio.
Using music identification
1.Select Menu > AT&T Music >
Shazam.
3.Hold the phone close to
music. Your phone will analyze
the music and display the
artist, title, and album.
note: For the cost plan, contact your
nearest service provider.
Music player settings
Shuffling music
1.Select Menu > AT&T Music >
Music Player.
2.Select Settings > Shuffle.
3.Select Shuffle On or Shuffle
Off > Select.
Repeating music
1.Select Menu > AT&T Music >
Music Player.
2.Select Settings > Repeat.
3.Select Repeat All Tracks,
Repeat Single Track or
Repeat Off.
4.Select Select.
Advanced Mode - Multimedia
Setting equalizer
1.Select Menu > AT&T Music >
Music Player.
2.Select Settings > Equalizer.
3.Select a category > Select.
Auto Full Screen
1.Select Menu > AT&T Music >
Music Player.
2.Select Settings > Auto Full
Screen.
3.Select On or Off and select
Select.
Removing
1.Select Menu > AT&T Music >
Music Player.
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2.Select Settings > Remove.
3.Select License Data File or All
Music Contents.
4.Select Select > Yes.
Media player
You can play video clips with the
media player.
note: Do not use this feature illegally.
Sound and video can be protected by
copyright. It is illegal to copy such sound
/ video tracks for the purpose of selling
or distribution. Pantech does not in any
way support the unauthorized use of
content on your phone media player.
<Audio player>
Playing time
Volume
controls
Duration
Player
controls
<Video player>
Video
image
Volume
controls
Playing time Duration
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Icon
Back
ground
skin
Player
controls
Descriptions
Volume level 7
Pause
Play
Rewind with long press
Fast Forward with long press
Previous track with short
press
Next track with short press
Repeat on
Repeat off
Playing the video clip
1.Select Menu > My Stuff > Tools
> Media Player > Video.
2.Select a file > Play.
Advanced Mode - Multimedia
3.Before playing a video clip,
select Options to access the
followings: Send, Rename,
Multiple Select, Delete,
Delete All, Copy to External
Memory, Move to External
Memory, Properties or View
by Grid.
Playing the audio file
1.Select Menu > My Stuff > Tools
> Media Player > Audio.
2.Select a file or select a folder,
then a file.
3.Select Play.
For details on audio player
contols, see page 130.
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Setting Mobile Video
1.Select Menu > My Stuff > Tools
> Media Player > MV Settings.
2.Select a profile or select
Options > Create.
Other files
You can manage unsupported
file formats that are saved on
your phone. It also lists files
received via Bluetooth from
other devices.
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Viewing the list of the files
1.Select Menu > My Stuff >
Other Files.
Managing memory
Viewing memory status
1.Select Menu > My Stuff > Used
Space.
2.Press L/R to view Phone or
External memory information.
Playing games
You can download games to
play with. It is easy to download
and you can preview them
beforehand. You will only be able
to view games that are available
on your mobile.
Shop games
1.Select Menu > My Stuff >
Games > Shop Games.
2.Play the demo and select BUY
to download the complete
game.
Advanced Mode - Multimedia
AppCenter
AppCenter
1.Select Menu > AppCenter.
Shopping Applications
1.Select Menu > My Stuff >
Applications > Shop
Applications.
Shopping Tones
1.Select Menu > My Stuff >
Audio > Shop Tones.
2.Select Menu > My Stuff >
Audio > Answer Tones >
Shop Answer Tones, Manage
Answer Tones, or About
Answer Tones.
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Shopping Games
1.Select Menu > My Stuff >
Games > Shop Games.
Shopping Wallpapers
1.Select Menu > My Stuff >
Picture > Shop Wallpapers.
Shopping Videos
1.Select Menu > My Stuff >
Video > Shop Videos.
Shopping Music
1.Select Menu > AT&T Music >
Shop Music.
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Useful Features
with Advanced Mode
Calendar
Alarm clock
Pill Reminder
User Guide
Calculator
Tip calculator
Stop watch
Notepad and voice memo
World time
Converter
Timer
Say a command
Readout Mode
In Advanced Mode, you can
utilize all useful features that
P2030 provides.
Calendar
Calendar helps
you manage your
schedule including
your time for calls or
special days. You can
set a reminder on any
given date with this
function.
Viewing calendar
1.Select Menu > My Stuff >
Tools > Calendar.
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note: You can also access Calendar by
pressing C in standby mode. View by
Month is default setting for Calendar.
In the monthly view
To
Move to
another day
Move to
another week
Press
L for Previous
R for Next
U for Previous
D for Next
Side key down for
View other
Previous
month
Side key up for Next
Creating a new event
1.Select a day > Options > New
Event.
2.Select Appointment, Task or
Note.
3.Input the event and select
Save.
note: You can create events for dates
from 01/01/2000 to 12/31/2099.
Alarm clock
Setting an alarm
1.Select Menu > My Stuff >
Tools > Alarm Clock.
2.Select Create New for new
alarm.
3.Set the Cycle, Time, Alarm
Sound, Alarm Alert Type,
Alarm Volume, Snooze and
Power Alarm.
Advanced Mode - Useful features
4.Select Save.
Editing existing alarms
1.Select Menu > My Stuff >
Tools > Alarm Clock.
2.Select an alarm > Edit or select
Options to access following:
Create New, Delete and
Delete All.
Setting a simple alarm
1.Select Menu > My Stuff >
Tools > Alarm Clock.
2.Select Simple Alarm and
select Edit.
3.Set the alarm schedule and
select Save.
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Pill Reminder
Pill Reminder sets
your schedule to
take pill, and alarm
pop-up will appear
on the setting time.
You can select to
accept the reminder or have the
reminder pop-up again after 15
minutes.
Creating a new pill reminder
1.Select Menu > My Stuff > Tools
> Pill Reminder > Create New.
2.Select Take and then, take a
picture.
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For details on taking picture, see
page 122.
3.Input Name and Dosage.
4.Select Time > Create.
5.Set a desired time > OK > Back.
6.Select Period > Begins.
7.Set the beginning time of the
dosage on the calendar.
8. Select Reminders and set the
reminding period.
9. Select Daily, Every 2 days,
or Monthly. When selecting
Every 2 days, you can set
desired days for period.
10. Enter more information.
11. Select Save.
Checking Today's Pill
Reminder
1.Select Menu >
My Stuff > Tools
> Pill Reminder
> Options >
Today's Pill.
2.Scroll and select a
pill reminder item to check the
detail.
Editing a pill reminder
1.Select Menu > My Stuff > Tools
> Pill Reminder.
2.Select a pill reminder > Edit.
3.Edit Name, Dosage, Time,
Period or More Information.
Advanced Mode - Useful features
4.Select Save.
Deleting reminders
1.Select Menu > My Stuff > Tools
> Pill Reminder.
2.Select a pill reminder >
Options > Delete or Delete
All.
User Guide
User Guide helps users to learn
how to use the phone easily in
itself.
1.Select Menu > My Stuff > Tools
> User Guide.
2.Select a function to check in
detail.
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Advanced Mode - Useful features
Calculator
1.Select Menu >
My Stuff > Tools >
Calculator.
2.Input the numbers
with the numeric
keypad and enter
the operators with L/R/
U/D/@ to calculate.
3.Press * to use the decimal
point.
4.Press C to cancel your
input.
5.Select Reset to reset.
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Tip calculator
1.Select Menu > My
Stuff > Tools > Tip
Calculator.
2.Enter the values
for all the variable
fields (Bill($),
Tip(%), Split) and then the
corresponding calculation
fields (Tip($), Total($),
You Pay) are updated
automatically.
3.Press * to use the decimal
point.
4.Select Reset to reset.
Stop watch
1.Select Menu > My
Stuff > Tools >
Stop Watch.
2.Select Start to
start.
3.Select Stop to stop.
4.Select Continue to restart or
select Reset to clear.
5.To check split times, select
Mode > Split Time Mode.
6.To check lap times, select
Mode > Lap Time Mode.
note: In Basic Mode, when you exit the
stop watch menu, or become idle, the
stop watch will continue running and
will be indicated by a clock icon. You can
access the stop watch by re-entering
the stop watch menu.
Notepad and voice
memo
Using a notepad
1.Select Menu > My Stuff > Tools
> Notepad.
2.Select Create New.
3.Enter new memo and select
Save.
4.To edit a saved memo, select
the memo and select Edit.
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Advanced Mode - Useful features
5.To place a note on wallpaper,
select a note and select
Options > Place on
Wallpaper.
6.If you want remove the note
from wallpaper, select the
note and select Options >
Remove from Wallpaper.
Recording a voice memo
1.Select Menu > My
Stuff > Tools >
Voice Memo.
2.Select New Record.
3.Select Record.
4.Select Stop to stop
recording. It is saved in My
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Voice automatically.
5.Select Play to listen the voice
memo.
Listening the recorded
sound
1.Select Menu > My Stuff.
2.Select Audio > My Voice or
select Tools > Voice Memo.
3.Select a recorded memo and
select Play.
To Press
Play / Pause @
Stop Stop
Rewind L
To
Fast forward
Control
volume
Press
R
Side key up or down
or U/D
World time
1.Select Menu > My
Stuff > Tools >
World Time.
2.Select a city >
Select.
3.Press L/R to select
a different city and select
Save.
note: If you want to set dual time in idle
screen, select Menu > Settings > Display
> Home Screen > Clock Type > Internal
Clocks > ClockType5 > Save.
Converter
1.Select Menu > My Stuff > Tools
> Converter.
2.Press L/R to select Length,
Area, Volume, Weight or
Temperature.
3.Select a current unit and enter
the value.
4.The result will be displayed in
all other units.
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Timer
1.Select Menu > My Stuff > Tools
> Timer.
2.Select Set and input the
hours, minutes and seconds.
3.Select OK.
4.Select Start.
5.Select Restart to restart.
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Say a Command
Your phone is equipped with
an Advanced Voice Command
(AVC) feature. This feature allows
you to make calls or use the
phone functions by simply using
your voice. All you have to do is
talk into the phone and then the
phone will recognize your voice
and complete tasks by itself.
1.In standby mode, simply
pressNto access Say a
Command. Or select Menu >
My Stuff > Tools > Say a
Command.
2.At the voice prompt, say a
command and simply follow
the voice prompts.
The following list shows available
voice commands.
Call <Name or #>: Voice dials
a name or phone number in
your address book. If multiple
numbers exist, say the name and
the number type (i.e. mobile,
home, work, or other).
Send Message <Name or #>:
Display the Create Message
screen with the contact you have
spoken.
Advanced Mode - Useful features
Contact <Name>: Retrieve and
display the contact information
stored in the address book.
Go To <Menu>: Open an
application on your phone.
Check <Item>: Check the status
information of your phone
(Status, Voicemail, Messages,
Missed Calls, Time, Signal
strength, Battery, My Phone
Number, and Volume).
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Readout Mode
Readout Mode makes your
phone a useful companion when
you can’t or don’t have the ability
to read the phone screen.
When Readout mode is
activated, the phone will
announce key alert, navigation,
and content information verbally.
•Provides verbal alerts of the
following:
– Missed Call
– New Message received
– Low Battery
–M
essage Sent and other
confirmation notifications
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•Announces highlighted items
in Menus as user navigates the
phone
•Announces numbers as they
are pressed on keypad
•Reads out text message
content
To turn on Readout Mode
1.Select Menu > Settings >
Voice Command Setting.
2.Select Audio Modes >
Readout mode.
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Connectivity
with Advanced Mode
Bluetooth
Using Mobile Web
Using the web browser
Setting profiles
When your phone is set to
Advanced Mode, you can
use functionality associated
with connectivity and set the
connection profiles.
Bluetooth
Bluetooth technology enables
free wireless connections
between electronic devices
within a maximum range of 33
feet (10 meters). Bluetooth
connections can be used to send
images, text, business cards,
calendar events, or to connect
to computers using Bluetooth
technology.
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Your mobile phone supports:
•Connect to PC to access internet.
•Connect to Hands-Free.
•Connect to electronic devices.
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Descriptions
Bluetooth is active.
Bluetooth hands-free
headset is connected.
Bluetooth A2DP headset is
connected.
Bluetooth hands-free +
A2DP headset is connected.
Data transfer via Bluetooth.
note: Advance Audio Distribution
Profile (A2DP) is a Bluetooth profile
(mode) which is designed to transfer a
uni-directional 2-channel stereo audio
stream to a headset or car audio.
Activating Bluetooth
1.Select Menu > Settings >
Connectivity > Bluetooth >
Activation.
2.Select On or Off.
Adding a device
1.Select Menu > Settings >
Connectivity > Bluetooth >
My Devices.
2.Select Search for Device.
Advanced Mode - Connectivity
3.The available device will be
displayed.
4.Select a device > Select.
5.Enter password and press @.
note: The target device must be in
discoverable mode.
Sending files
1.After pairing with the target
device, select Options > Send
Files.
2.Select a file(s) from Audio,
Picture, Video or Other Files.
note: If the target device requests
pairing, the file is sent after pairing
is completed. Locked files or ones
containing original rights may not be
transmitted.
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Advanced Mode - Connectivity
Receiving files
The receipt should be approved
before receiving a file(s).
The received file(s) will be saved
in the corresponding folder.
For example, if you received
contacts information from the
sender, it will be saved in your
phone’s memory.
1.After pairing with the target
device, select Options > Take
Files.
2.The available files will be
displayed.
3.Select a file > Options > Copy.
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Setting the visibility
1.Select Menu > Settings >
Connectivity > Bluetooth >
Visibility.
2.Select Show or Hide.
3.Select OK.
Naming the phone
1.Select Menu > Settings >
Connectivity > Bluetooth >
My Bluetooth Info.
2.Select Name > Edit.
3.Enter the new name and
select Save.
note: The device name is what identifies
your phone to Bluetooth network.
Using Mobile Web
Accessing Mobile Web
1.Press @ in standby mode or
select Menu > Mobile Web.
note: It will access the Mobile Web
homepage.
Using the web browser
Accessing browser
1.Select Menu > My Stuff >
Applications > Browser >
Home.
note: It will access your service
provider’s homepage.
Using bookmarks
1.Select Menu > My Stuff >
Applications > Browser >
Bookmarks.
Adding bookmarks
1.Select Menu > My Stuff >
Applications > Browser >
Bookmarks.
2.Select New.
3.Enter a name for new
bookmark in Title field and
web address in URL field.
4.Select Save.
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Advanced Mode - Connectivity
Entering web address
1.Select Menu > My Stuff >
Applications > Browser >
Enter Address.
2.Enter the URL.
3.Select Go.
Viewing history
1.Select Menu > My Stuff >
Applications > Browser >
History.
Setting advanced options
1.Select Menu > My Stuff >
Applications > Browser >
Manage > Options.
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2.Select Rendering Mode, Full
Screen, Thumbnail, Cache,
Cookies or Security Warning.
3.Select an option > Select.
Managing private data
1.Select Menu > My Stuff >
Applications > Browser >
Manage > Private Data.
2.To clear the cache, select
Clear Cache > Yes.
3.To clear the cookies, select
Clear Cookies > Yes.
4.To clear the history, select
Clear History > Yes.
Viewing certificates
1.Select Menu > My Stuff >
Applications > Browser
> Manage > Security >
Certificates.
Viewing download status
1.Select Menu > My Stuff >
Applications > Browser
> Manage > Download
Manager.
Setting profiles
You can view a current
connection profile or create new
profiles by customizing Profile
Name, Home URL, Connection
Type, Proxy Address, and Proxy
Port.
Adding profiles
1.Select Menu > My Stuff >
Applications > Browser >
Manage > Profiles.
2.Select Options > Create.
3.Enter values or select an
option for each field and
select Save.
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Editing profiles
1.Select Menu > My Stuff >
Applications > Browser >
Manage > Profiles.
2.Select a profile > Options >
Edit.
3.Edit the parameters and
select Save.
note: The default profile is not editable.
Viewing profiles
1.Select Menu > My Stuff >
Applications > Browser >
Manage > Profiles.
2.Select a profile > Options >
View.
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Deleting profiles
1.Select Menu > My Stuff >
Applications > Browser >
Manage > Profiles.
2.Select a profile > Options >
Delete > Yes.
note: The default profile cannot be
deleted.
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Settings
with Advanced Mode
Language
Time and date
Voice command setting
Sounds and alerts
Display settings
Security
Updating software
Reset
TTY
note: Only when setting Auto Update to
Off, you can set Time and Date.
note: You can check the details for each
setting option by selecting Help on the
option setting screen.
Language
Voice command setting
Sounds and alerts
1.Select Menu > Settings >
Phone > Language.
2.Select Screen Text or
Predictive and select Select.
3.Select a language > Select.
Time and date
1.Select Menu > Settings >
Phone > Time & Date.
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2.Select Auto Update, Time,
Time Format, Date or Date
Format > Select.
3.Select an option > Select.
In Advanced Mode, you can
change and customize sounds
settings, call handling, display
settings, security settings, and
other settings associated with
your phone.
1.Select Menu > Settings >
Phone > Voice Command
Setting.
2.Select Confirmation,
Adaptation, Audio Modes,
Speakerphone or About and
select Select.
3.Select an option > Select.
4.To improve the recognition
accuracy, select Adaptation >
Adapt Voice > Start.
The Profiles menu allows you to
specify a ringer type, message
alert sound, key volume and so on.
1.Select Menu > Settings >
Profiles.
2.Select Normal, Vibrate
and Ring, Vibrate Only,
Silent, Flight mode or Noise
Suppression.
Advanced Mode - Settings
3.Select Edit to specify a
selected option.
4.Select an option for each field
and select Save. To reset to
factory defaults, select Reset.
note: You can specify the options only
when Normal or Vibrate and Ring profiles
are highlighted.
Display settings
Setting the wallpaper
1.Select Menu > Settings >
Display > Home Screen >
Wallpaper.
2.Select Picture > a desired
image.
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Advanced Mode - Settings
3.Select Select.
Setting the home screen
1.Select Menu > Settings >
Display > Home Screen.
2.Select Clock Type or Text.
3.Select an option or adjust
values.
4.Select Save.
Setting the menu type
1.Select Menu > Settings >
Display > Menu Type.
2.Select Grid or List.
3.Select Save.
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Setting the color theme
1.Select Menu > Settings >
Display > Color Theme.
2.Select Ocean or Emerald.
3.Select Save.
Setting font style
1.Select Menu > Settings >
Display > Font Style.
2.Select a desired font style >
Select.
Setting the font size
1.Select Menu > Settings >
Display > Font Size.
2.Select Small, Medium or
Large.
3.Select Select.
Setting the brightness
1.Select Menu > Settings >
Display > LCD Brightness.
2.Adjust brightness level of LCD.
3Select Save.
note: Modifying brightness may affect
your battery life.
Setting the backlight timer
1.Select Menu > Settings >
Display > Backlight Timer.
2.Press LCD or Keypad.
3.Select desired time > Select.
note: Modifying backlight timer may
affect your battery life.
Security
Locking the phone
1.Select Menu > Settings >
Security > Phone Lock.
2.Select Phone Lock > ON >
Select.
note: The default password is ‘1234’.
To change the password, select Menu
> Settings > Security > Phone Lock >
Change Password.
Locking the PIN
The Personal Identification
Number (PIN) is the security
code that protects the phone or
SIM against unauthorized use.
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Advanced Mode - Settings
1.Select Menu > Settings >
Security > PIN > PIN Lock.
2.Select Yes and enter PIN code.
3.Select OK.
note: To change the PIN code, select
Menu > Settings > Security > PIN >
Change PIN.
Changing PIN 2
1.Select Menu > Settings >
Security > Change PIN2.
2.Enter PIN2 code and select
OK.
Setting fixed dialing number
1.Select Menu > Settings >
Security > FDN.
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2.Select On > Select.
3.Enter PIN2 code and select
OK.
For details on fixed dialing, see
page 100.
Updating software
You can update your software
without visiting your nearest
dealer.
To update the software
1.Select Menu > Settings >
AT&T Software Update.
2.Select Check for Update >
Yes.
note: After downloading the software,
the device will ask you whether to update
the software now or later. If you choose
to update the software now, it will restart
the handset. If you postpone updating
the software, you can select between 30
mins, 1 hour or 4 hours in the Options.
After selecting the updating time, you
will be sent back to standby mode. If you
go to Software Update while you are in
postponing, select Continue Update.
To view the version of
software
1.Select Menu > Settings >
Phone Information.
2.Scroll down to Software
Version.
Reset
Resetting the phone
1.Select Menu > Settings >
Reset.
2.Enter password.
3.Select OK > Master Reset >
Yes.
note: It will reset your phone to its
default settings. The default password
is ‘1234’.
Clearing the phone
1.Select Menu > Settings >
Reset.
2.Enter password.
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Advanced Mode - Settings
3Select OK > Master Clear >
Yes.
note: It will reset your phone to its
default setting and delete all personal
data. The default password is ‘1234’.
Resetting the external
memory
1.Select Menu > Settings >
Reset.
2.Enter password.
3.Select OK > External Memory
Reset > Yes.
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TTY
The teletypewriter (TTY) is a
telecommunications device
that allows people who are deaf
or hard of hearing, or who have
speech or language disabilities,
to communicate via a telephone.
Setting teletypewriter
1.Select Menu > Settings > TTY.
2.Select Disable, TTY Full, TTY
Talk or TTY Hear.
• Disable: TTY mode is
disabled.
• TTY Full: Users who cannot
talk and hear, can send and
receive text messages.
• TTY Talk: Users who can talk
but cannot hear, can receive
text messages and reply with
voice messages.
• TTY Hear: Users who can hear
but cannot talk, can send text
messages and receive voice
messages.
note: Make sure to connect a headset
to the phone after selecting one of the
TTY modes. Then, you can use the TTY
function.
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Alert message
Troubleshooting checklist
Safety information
Safety precautions
About the battery usage
FCC Hearing-Aid Compatibility (HAC)
regulations for wireless devices
FCC regulatory compliance
Warranty
Speaker Phone & Noise Canel
Dynamic Noise Suppression from Audience
earSmart™ technology
Alert message
If you experience any problem
while using your mobile phone,
please refer to the following
checklist. If the problem still
persists, contact your dealer or
nearest carrier.
When the “Insert SIM Card”
message appears:
Make sure the SIM card is
correctly installed. Check to see if
the SIM card is working properly.
If it does not work, try to clean the
contact points of the card with a
dry cloth. If it is out of order, take
it to your service provider.
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When the “Messages full”
message appears:
The received or saved messages
are full in your phone memory.
You need to delete the message
to receive or send messages.
When the “Phone and SIM
messages is full. Delete
Messages” message appears:
The received or saved messages
are full in your phone and SIM
card memory. You need to delete
the message to receive or send
messages.
When the “Password” message
appears in Phone locked state:
Enter the phone password. The
default password is”1234”. If you
cannot remember the password,
contact the nearest carrier.
When the “Enter PIN1” message
appears:
Input PIN1. If you cannot
remember it, contact your
service provider. You can still
receive calls even if your mobile
phone becomes locked after
entering the incorrect PIN1 on
three consecutive attempts.
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When the “No Service” or
“Network Search” appears:
If you cannot make/receive a
call when you are indoors or
undergrounds where the signal
strength is poor, move toward
a window or go out to an open
area. If you still cannot make a
connection, contact your service
provider.
Troubleshooting
checklist
When audio quality is poor:
End a call and try again.
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When the other party cannot
hear you speaking:
Your phone may be set to MUTE.
Disable the MUTE function. Or
your hand may be covering the
microphone located below the
# key.
When battery lifetime is shorter
than usual:
This may happen when you are in
an area with low signal strength.
Turn off your phone when it is not
in use. Change the battery when
battery energy is exhausted.
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When your mobile phone does
not turn on:
Make sure your battery is
charged. Check to see if your
phone works while recharging
the battery.
When you are unable to send a
message:
Either you are not registered to
receive an SMS service, or you
may be in an area where your
network service provider cannot
provide such a service.
When you are unable to make a
call:
Your phone may be set to “Fixed
Dialing Number (FDN)” mode.
Cancel the “FDN” mode.
When you are unable to charge
the battery:
This may be the result of one of
the following three cases.
1. Your charger may be out of
order. Contact your nearest
dealer.
2. You may be attempting to use
the phone in an overly hot/cold
temperature. Try changing the
charging environment.
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3. Your battery may have not
been connected to the
charger properly. Check the
connector.
When you are unable to input
data into your Address Book:
Your Address Book memory may
be full. Try deleting some entries
from your Address Book.
When you are unable to select a
certain function:
You may not have subscribed to
that function, or your network
service provider may be in an
area where such service cannot
be provided. Contact your local
service provider.
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Safety information
The following list shows how to
maintain your mobile phone,
together with precautions to
take.
–Keep your mobile phone and its
accessories out of the reach of
children and pets.
–Maintain your mobile phone
in dry conditions and keep
it within normal operating
temperatures. Temperatures
higher than 55°C (131°F) or
lower than -20°C (-4°F) may
damage your phone.
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–Do not try to dry your phone
in a microwave oven. If not,
sparks can occur and cause an
explosion or fire.
–Do not use or store your mobile
phone in dusty, dirty areas.
–Do not attempt to disassemble
your mobile phone.
–Do not drop or cause severe
impact to your mobile phone.
–Do not use chemical products,
cleaning solvents or detergents
to clean your mobile phone.
–If your mobile phone does not
work properly, contact your
dealer immediately.
–Use only authorized batteries,
battery chargers and
accessories. Any malfunction
or damage caused by the use
of unauthorized batteries,
battery chargers and
accessories will void the limited
product warranty.
–Ensure that the battery and
battery charger do not come
in contact with conductive
objects.
Safety precautions
Using a mobile phone while
driving may be prohibited.
Please check local laws and
regulations with regard to the
prohibition of mobile phone use
while driving, and comply with
them.
Use of your phone while you
are driving may disturb your
concentration and so cause an
accident. Always switch your
phone off to drive safely.
You should use your phone in an
emergency, either use a hands
free device built into your car or
pull over in a safe place first.
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Switch off in restricted areas
Always switch your phone off in
areas where mobile phone use is
restricted.
Switch off in explosive or
dangerous areas
Always switch your phone
off in areas with explosive or
dangerous materials (such
as fuels, fuel stations or areas
containing chemical goods) and
obey any instructions or signals.
Do not remove your mobile
phone’s battery in such areas.
Switch off in aircraft
Always switch your phone off or
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select Flight Mode on (select
Menu > Settings > Profiles >
Flight Mode in Advanced Mode.
In Breeze Mode, select Menu >
Settings > Sounds & Alerts >
Flight Mode) when you are in an
aircraft. The electromagnetic
waves emitted by your phone
may affect the electronic
navigation equipment in the
aircraft.
Switch off in hospitals and
near medical equipment
Always switch your phone
off in hospitals, and obey the
regulations or rules of the
hospital. Switch your phone off
when using medical equipment
for private purposes, if possible.
Always consult with the medical
equipment’s manufacturer or an
expert regarding phone use near
the medical equipment.
Installing a hands free device
in your vehicle
Install vehicle hands free devices
away from the steering wheel
and airbag expansion area,
otherwise injury may result.
Mobile phones and other
electronic devices
Mobile phones emit
electromagnetic waves that
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may affect nearby electronic
devices. When it is switched on,
do not place your phone close to
delicate electronic equipment.
About the battery
usage
Your phone is powered by a
Lithium Ion (Li-Ion) battery.
This means that, unlike other
forms of battery technology,
you can recharge your battery
while some charge remains
without reducing your phone’s
autonomy due to the “battery
memory effect” inherent in those
technologies.
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–Do not use a damaged battery
or charger.
–Do not disassemble or open
crush, bend or deform,
puncture or shred.
–Do not modify or
remanufacture, attempt to
insert foreign objects into the
battery, immerse or expose to
water or other liquids, expose
to fire, explosion or other
hazard.
–Do not put your battery into
contact with conductive
objects.
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–Dispose of and recycle used
batteries in accordance
with local regulations. Do
not dispose of batteries by
burning; they may explode.
–Do not use an unauthorized
charger. Only use the battery
for the device for which it is
specified.
–Only use the battery with
a charging device that has
been qualified with the device
per this standard. Use of an
unqualified battery or charger
may present a risk of fire,
explosion, leakage, or other
hazard.
–Do not short circuit a battery
or allow metallic conductive
objects to contact battery
terminals.
–Replace the battery only
with another battery that
has been qualified with the
device per this standard,
IEEE-Std-1725-2006. Use of
an unqualified battery may
present a risk of fire, explosion,
leakage or other hazard.
–Promptly dispose of used
batteries in accordance with
local regulations.
–Battery usage by children
should be supervised.
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–Avoid dropping the phone or
battery. If the phone or battery
is dropped, especially on a hard
surface, and the user suspects
damage, take it to a service
center for inspection.
–Use your battery for the
specified purpose only.
–The closer you are to your
network’s base station, the
longer your phone usage time
because less battery power is
consumed for the connection.
–The battery recharging time
varies depending on the
remaining battery capacity and
the battery and charger type
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you use.
–Battery life inevitably shortens
over time.
–Use an authorized battery and
charger only.
–Since overcharging may
shorten battery life, remove
the phone from its charger
once it is fully charged. Unplug
the charger, once charging is
complete. Leaving the battery
in hot or cold places, especially
inside a car in summer or
winter, may reduce the
capacity and life of the battery.
Always keep the battery within
normal temperatures.
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–To prevent injury or burns,
ensure that no metal objects
come into contact with the +
and – terminals of the battery.
FCC Hearing-Aid
Compatibility (HAC)
regulations for wireless
devices
On July 10, 2003, the U.S. Federal
Communications Commission
(FCC) Report and Order in
WT Docket 01-309 modified
the exception of wireless
phones under the Hearing Aid
Compatibility Act of 1988 (HAC
Act) to require digital wireless
phones be compatible with
hearing-aids.
The intent of the HAC Act is to
ensure reasonable access to
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telecommunications services for
persons with hearing disabilities.
While some wireless phones are
used near some hearing devices
(hearing aids and cochlear
implants), users may detect a
buzzing, humming, or whining
noise. 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 a rating system
for wireless phones, to assist
hearing device users find phones
that may be compatible with
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their hearing devices. Not all
phones have been rated. Phones
that are rated have the rating on
their box or a label located on the
box.
The ratings are not guarantees.
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.
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•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 generate less
interference to hearing devices
than phones that are not
labeled. T4 is the better/higher
of the two ratings.
Hearing devices may also be
rated. Your hearing device
manufacturer or hearing health
professional may help you
find this rating. Higher ratings
mean that the hearing device is
relatively immune to interference
noise. The hearing aid and
wireless phone rating values
are then added together. A sum
of 5 is considered acceptable
for normal use. A sum of 6 is
considered for best use.
In the above example, if a hearing
aid meets the M2 level rating
and the wireless phone meets
the M3 level rating, the sum of
the two values equal M5. This is
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synonymous for T ratings. This
should provide the hearing aid
user with “normal usage” while
using their hearing aid with
the particular wireless phone.
“Normal usage” in this context is
defined as a signal quality that is
acceptable for normal operation.
The M mark is intended to be
synonymous with the U mark.
The T mark is intended to
be synonymous with the UT
mark. The M and T marks are
recommended by the Alliance
for Telecommunications
Industries Solutions (ATIS). The
U and UT marks are referenced
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in Section 20.19 of the FCC
Rules. The HAC rating and
measurement procedure are
described in the American
National Standards Institute
(ANSI) C63.19 standard.
To ensure that the Hearing Aid
Compatibility rating for your
phone is maintained, secondary
transmitters such as Bluetooth
and WLAN components must be
disabled during a call. See page 81
for instructions to disable these
components.
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FCC Regulatory
Compliance
FCC Regulatory Compliance
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.
Your mobile device is a low power
radio transmitter and receiver.
When it is ON, it receives and also
sends out radio frequency (RF)
signals.
In August 1996, the Federal
Communications Commission
(FCC) adopted RF exposure
guidelines with safety levels for
mobile devices.
Those guidelines are consistent
with safety standards previously
set by both U.S. and international
standards bodies: American
National Standard Institute
(ANSI), National Council of
Radiation Protection and
Measurements (NCRP), and
International Commission
on Non-Ionizing Radiation
Protection (ICNRP). Those
standards were based on
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comprehensive and periodic
evaluations of the relevant
scientific literature. The design
of your phone complies with the
FCC guidelines and applicable.
Statement according to FCC
part 15.105
NOTE: This equipment has
been tested and found to
comply with the limits for a
Class B digital device, pursuant
to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference
in a residential installation. This
equipment generates uses and
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can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed
and used in accordance with
the instructions, may cause
harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there
is no guarantee that interference
will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment
does cause harmful interference
to radio or television reception,
which can be determined by
turning the equipment off and
on, the user is encouraged to
try to correct the interference
by one or more of the following
measures:
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Reorient or relocate the receiving
antenna.
Increase the separation between
the equipment and receiver.
Connect the equipment into
an outlet on a circuit different
from that to which the receiver is
connected.
Consult the dealer or an
experienced radio/TV technician
for help.
Statement according to FCC
part 15.21
Modifications not expressly
approved by this company
could void the user’s authority to
operate the equipment.
RF exposure FCC
For body worn operation, to
maintain compliance with FCC
RF exposure guidelines, use
only accessories that contain
no metallic components and
provide a separation distance
of 20mm (0.7 inches) to the
body. Use of other accessories
may violate FCC RF exposure
guidelines and should be
avoided.
This device and its antenna must
not be co-located or operating
in conjunction with any other
antenna or transmitter.
Health and Safety
Information FCC
This EUT has been shown to
be capable of compliance for
localized specific absorption
rate (SAR) for uncontrolled
environment/general population
exposure limits specified in ANSI/
IEEE Std. C95.1-1992 and had
been tested in accordance with
the measurement procedures
specified in FCC/OET Bulletin 65
Supplement C (2001) and IEEE
Std. 1528-2003 Ministry of Health
(Canada), Safety Code 6. The
standards include a substantial
safety margin designed to
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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
1.6W/kg *.
* In the U.S. 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. The standard
incorporates a substantial
margin of safety to give
additional protection for the
public and to account for any
variations in.
** This device contains 1800
MHz GSM functions that
are not operational in U.S.
Territories; this filing is
applicable only for 850 MHz
GSM and 1900 MHz PCS
operations.
Warranty
Protect Your Warranty
Read your Warranty carefully,
with the special consideration to
paragraph seven of the Limited
Warranty for your unit.
“Warranty does not apply to... or
to any product or part thereof
which has suffered through
alteration... mishandling, misuse,
neglect or accident”.
Many companies are making
look alike accessories and in
some cases, promoting that their
product is equal to or better than
the Pantech product. Be careful.
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Some of these products may
not be compatible to use with
your Pantech product and may
damage the unit or cause it to
malfunction.
If service is required on your
unit and it is determined that
a non-Pantech accessory has
created the problem with your
unit, the Warranty will not apply.
In addition, if the unit has already
suffered irreversible damage
by reason of a non-compatible
accessory, the Warranty will be
voided. To protect your Warranty,
use only compatible accessories
which cannot damage or
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interfere with the functioning of
your Pantech product.
12 Month Limited Warranty
Pantech Wireless, Inc. (the
Company) warrants to the
original retail purchaser of this
Pantech handheld portable
cellular telephone, that should
this product or any part thereof
during normal consumer
usage and conditions, be
proven defective in material
or workmanship that results in
product failure within the first
twelve (12) months period from
the date of purchase, such
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defect(s) will be repaired or
replaced (with new or rebuilt
parts) at the Company’s option,
without charge for parts or labor
directly related to the defect(s).
The antenna, keypad, display,
rechargeable battery and
battery charger, if included, are
similarly warranted for twelve (12)
months from date of purchase.
This Warranty extends only to
consumers who purchase the
product in the United States or
Canada and it is not transferable
or assignable.
This Warranty does not apply
to:
(a)Product subjected to
abnormal use or conditions,
accident, mishandling,
neglect, unauthorized
alteration, misuse, improper
installation or repair or
improper storage;
(b)Product whose mechanical
serial number or electronic
serial number has been
removed, altered or defaced.
(c)Damage from exposure to
moisture, humidity, excessive
temperatures or extreme
environmental conditions;
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(d)Damage resulting from
connection to, or use of any
accessory or other product
not approved or authorized
by the Company;
(e)Defects in appearance,
cosmetic, decorative or
structural items such as
framing and non-operative
parts;
(f)Product damaged from
external causes such as fire,
flooding, dirt, sand, weather
conditions, battery leakage,
blown fuse, theft or improper
usage of any electrical
source.
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The Company disclaims liability
for removal or reinstallation of
the product, for geographic
coverage, for inadequate signal
reception by the antenna or
for communications range or
operation of the cellular system
as a whole.
To obtain repairs or replacement
within the terms of this Warranty,
the product should be delivered
with proof of Warranty coverage
(e.g. dated bill of sale), the
consumer’s return address,
daytime phone number and/
or fax number and complete
description of the problem,
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transportation prepaid, to
the Company by calling the
number listed below or to the
place of purchase for repair or
replacement processing.
To locate Pantech Authorized
Service Center, call: (800) 9628622 or email HandsetHelp@
Pantech.com.
Please have the following
information availzable when you
send the phone in for repair:
– A valid original Proof of
Purchase
– Return address
– Daytime phone number or fax
number
– Model #
– IMEI # (Look for the 15 digit IMEI
# behind the battery of the
device.)
– Complete description of the
problem
– Transportation prepaid
Other Warranty Program
You may have other warranty
program with your purchase,
such as warranty exchange. If
so, please refer to equipment
package or the original point of
sale.
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THE EXTENT OF THE
COMPANY’S LIABILITY UNDER
THIS WARRANTY IS LIMITED TO
THE REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT
PROVIDED ABOVE AND,
IN NO EVENT, SHALL THE
COMPANY’S LIABILITY EXCEED
THE PURCHASE PRICE PAID
BY PURCHASER FOR THE
PRODUCT.
ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES,
INCLUDING ANY
IMPLIED WARRANTY OF
MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS
FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE,
SHALL BE LIMITED TO THE
DURATION OF THIS WRITTEN
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WARRANTY. ANY ACTION FOR
BREACH OF ANY WARRANTY
MUST BE BROUGHT WITHIN
A PERIOD OF 18 MONTHS
FROM DATE OF ORIGINAL
PURCHASE. IN NO CASE SHALL
THE COMPANY BE LIABLE FOR
ANY SPECIAL CONSEQUENTIAL
OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES
FOR BREACH OF THIS OR ANY
OTHER WARRANTY, EXPRESS
OR IMPLIED, WHATSOEVER.
THE COMPANY SHALL NOT
BE LIABLE FOR THE DELAY IN
RENDERING SERVICE UNDER
THIS WARRANTY OR LOSS OF
USE DURING THE TIME THE
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PRODUCT IS BEING REPAIRED
OR REPLACED.
No person or representative is
authorized to assume for the
Company any liability other than
expressed herein in connection
with the sale of this product.
Some states or provinces do
not allow limitations on how
long an implied warranty lasts
or the exclusion or limitation
of incidental or consequential
damage so the above limitation
or exclusions may not apply to
you. This Warranty gives you
specific legal rights, and you may
also have other rights which vary
from state to state or province to
province.
For technical support in the U.S.
& Canada, call (800) 962-8622.
Or email: HandsetHelp@
Pantech.com.
Or visit the web site:
www.pantechusa.com
For all other inquiry, write to:
PANTECH WIRELESS, INC.
5607 Glenridge Dr. Suite 500
Atlanta, GA 30342
Speaker Phone & Noise
Cancel
• When using the phone in
speakerphone mode with
noise suppression turned on,
it is recommended that you
hold the phone in the opened
position with the microphone
below the keypad facing you.
In this position, the higherperforming advanced noise
suppression utilizing two
microphones (one located
below the external display
and the LED indicators and
the other located below the
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keypad) will be used.
• If you prefer to not hold the
phone (e.g. to place it on your
desk or in the cup holder of your
car) while it is being used in
speakerphone mode, the phone
should be put in the closed
position. Your call will continue
and the external microphone
(below the external display and
the LED indicators) with the
lower-performing basic noise
suppression will pick up your
voice.
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Dynamic Noise
Suppression from
Audience
Your phone is equipped with an
advanced voice processing chip
that delivers clear mobile calls by
suppressing background noise,
intermittent sounds (like a siren
or nearby conversation), and
echoes,
allowing you to hear and be
heard nearly anywhere.
How Does It Work?
Based on the intelligence of
the human hearing system, the
technology:
• Captures, evaluates and
distinguishes all the sound
signals surrounding your phone,
and the person you’re speaking
with.
• Then isolates the primary voice
in conversation and filters out
the background noise – so the
person you’re calling hears only
your voice, without disturbing
background noise.
• Dynamically equalizes
and adjusts voice volume
to optimize your calling
experience, so you can hear
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clearly and don’t need to
speak louder to overcome
surrounding noise.
The noise suppression
technology is built-in and
already enabled in your new
mobile phone. So it’s ready to
provide unsurpassed voice
clarity with every call.
earSmart™ technology
Your phone features
earSmart™, an
intelligent voice
processor that delivers a clear
voice experience, allowing you
to hear and be heard™ in nearly
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environment.
earSmart technology uses the
science of human hearing to
distinguish sounds, identify your
voice and suppress surrounding
noise, for clear conversations
just about anywhere.
How Does it Work?
• The earSmart voice processor
in your phone captures your
voice and all the sounds around
you.
• Working like the human ear, it
processes and distinguishes
these sounds, isolates your
voice conversation, and
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removes background noise –
from both ends of a call.
• It also automatically equalizes
and adjusts voice volume so
you can hear and talk naturally,
even in the noisiest places.
• With earSmart technology, you
can talk where you want, and
have clear conversations for
mobile calls, video chats, even
speakerphone calls, without
worrying about surrounding
noise.
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