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Smartphone
User Manual
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Congratulations on the purchase of your new Windows Mobile®
Smartphone!
Please Read Before Proceeding.
THE BATTERY IS NOT FULLY CHARGED WHEN YOU TAKE IT OUT OF THE BOX.
DO NOT REMOVE THE BATTERY PACK WHEN THE DEVICE IS CHARGING.
YOUR WARRANTY IS INVALIDATED IF YOU OPEN OR TAMPER WITH THE
DEVICE’S OUTER CASING.
PRIVACY RESTRICTIONS
Some countries require full disclosure of recorded telephone conversations, and
stipulate that you must inform the person with whom you are speaking that the
conversation is being recorded. Always obey the relevant laws and regulations of
your country when using the recording feature of your phone.
TRADEMARK AND COPYRIGHT INFORMATION
Copyright © 2006 High Tech Computer Corp. All rights reserved.
,
,
, ExtUSB and JOGGR are trademarks and/or
service marks of High Tech Computer Corp.
Microsoft, MS-DOS, Windows, Windows NT, Windows Server, Windows Mobile,
ActiveSync, Excel, Internet Explorer, MSN, Hotmail, Outlook, PowerPoint, Word,
and Windows Media are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft
Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
Bluetooth and the Bluetooth logo are trademarks owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc.
Wi-Fi is a registered trademark of the Wireless Fidelity Alliance, Inc.
microSD is a trademark of SD Card Association.
Java, J2ME and all other Java-based marks are trademarks or registered
trademarks of Sun Microsystems, Inc. in the United States and other countries.
Copyright © 2006, Adobe Systems Incorporated.
Copyright © 2006, Macromedia Netherlands, B.V.
Macromedia, Flash, Macromedia Flash, Macromedia Flash Lite and Reader are
trademarks and/or registered trademarks of Macromedia Netherlands, B.V. or
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Adobe Systems Incorporated.
Copyright © 2006, JATAAYU SOFTWARE (P) LTD. All Rights Reserved.
Copyright © 2006, Dilithium Networks, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
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All Rights Reserved. ArcSoft & the ArcSoft logo are registered trademarks of
ArcSoft, Inc. in the United States and/or other countries.
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Licensed by QUALCOMM Incorporated under one or more of the following
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5,416,797
All other company, product and service names mentioned herein are trademarks,
registered trademarks or service marks of their respective owners.
HTC shall not be liable for technical or editorial errors or omissions contained
herein, nor for incidental or consequential damages resulting from furnishing
this material. The information is provided “as is” without warranty of any kind
and is subject to change without notice. HTC also reserves the right to revise the
content of this document at any time without prior notice.
No part of this document may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by
any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording or
storing in a retrieval system, or translated into any language in any form without
prior written permission of HTC.
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Important Health Information and Safety
Precautions
When using this product, the safety precautions below must be
taken to avoid possible legal liabilities and damages.
Retain and follow all product safety and operating instructions.
Observe all warnings in the operating instructions on the
product.
To reduce the risk of bodily injury, electric shock, fire and
damage to the equipment, observe the following precautions.
ELECTRICAL SAFETY
This product is intended for use when supplied with power
from the designated battery or power supply unit. Other usage
may be dangerous and will invalidate any approval given to this
product.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS FOR PROPER GROUNDING
INSTALLATION
CAUTION – Connecting to an improperly grounded equipment
can result in an electric shock to your device.
This product is equipped with a USB cable for connecting the
product to a desktop or notebook computer. Be sure your
computer is properly grounded (earthed) before connecting the
product to the computer. The power supply cord of a desktop
or notebook computer has an equipment-grounding conductor
and a grounding plug. The plug must be plugged into an
appropriate outlet which is properly installed and grounded in
accordance with all local codes and ordinances.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS FOR POWER SUPPLY UNIT
• Use the correct external power source
A product should be operated only from the type of power
source indicated on the electrical ratings label. If you are
not sure of the type of power source required, consult your
authorized service provider or local power company. For a
product that operates from battery power or other sources,
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refer to the operating instructions that are included with the
product.
• Handle battery packs carefully
This product contains a Li-Ion/Li-Ion Polymer battery. There
is a risk of fire and burns if the battery pack is handled
improperly. Do not attempt to open or service the battery
pack. Do not disassemble, crush, puncture, short external
contacts or circuits, dispose of in fire or water, or expose a
battery pack to temperatures higher than 60˚C (140˚F).
WARNING!
Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly
replaced. To reduce risk of fire or burns, do not
disassemble, crush, puncture, short external
contacts, expose to temperature above 60oC
(140oF), or dispose of in fire or water. Replace only
with specified batteries. Recycle or dispose of used
batteries according to the local regulations or
reference guide supplied with your product.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS FOR DIRECT SUNLIGHT
Keep this product away from excessive moisture and extreme
temperatures. Do not leave the product or its battery inside a
vehicle or in places where the temperature may exceed 60°C
(140°F), such as on a car dashboard, window sill, or behind a
glass that is exposed to direct sunlight or strong ultraviolet light
for extended periods of time. This may damage the product,
overheat the battery, or pose a risk to the vehicle.
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PREVENTION OF HEARING LOSS
CAUTION –Permanent hearing loss may occur if earphones or
headphones are used at high volume for prolonged periods of
time.
Note:
For France, Headphones, Earphones, and Wired
Remote Controller (listed below) for this device have
been tested to comply with the Sound Pressure
Level requirement laid down in the applicable NF
EN 50332-1:2000 and NF EN 50332-2:2000 standards
as required by French Article L. 5232-1.
1. Earphone, manufactured by HTC or Cotron,
Models CHM-60STV07002
SAFETY IN AIR CRAFTS
Due to the possible interference caused by this product to an
aircraft’s navigation system and its communications network,
using this device’s phone function on board an airplane is
against the law in most countries. If you want to use this device
when on board an aircraft, remember to turn off your phone by
switching to Flight Mode.
ENVIRONMENT RESTRICTIONS
Do not use this product in gas stations, fuel depots, chemical
plants or where blasting operations are in progress, or in
potentially explosive atmospheres such as fuelling areas, fuel
storehouses, below deck on boats, chemical plants, fuel or
chemical transfer or storage facilities, and areas where the air
contains chemicals or particles, such as grain, dust, or metal
powders. Please be aware that sparks in such areas could cause
an explosion or fire resulting in bodily injury or even death.
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EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERES
When in any area with a potentially explosive atmosphere or
where flammable materials exist, the product should be turned
off and the user should obey all signs and instructions. Sparks
in such areas could cause an explosion or fire resulting in bodily
injury or even death. Users are advised not to use the equipment
at refueling points such as service or gas stations, and are
reminded of the need to observe restrictions on the use of radio
equipment in fuel depots, chemical plants, or where blasting
operations are in progress. Areas with a potentially explosive
atmosphere are often, but not always, clearly marked. These
include fueling areas, below deck on boats, fuel or chemical
transfer or storage facilities, and areas where the air contains
chemicals or particles, such as grain, dust, or metal powders.
ROAD SAFETY
Vehicle drivers in motion are not permitted to use telephony
services with handheld devices, except in the case of emergency.
In some countries, using hands-free devices as an alternative is
allowed.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS FOR RF EXPOSURE
• Avoid using your device near metal structures (for
example, the steel frame of a building).
•
Avoid using your device near strong electromagnetic
sources, such as microwave ovens, sound speakers, TV and
radio.
•
Use only original manufacturer-approved accessories, or
accessories that do not contain any metal.
•
Use of non-original manufacturer-approved accessories
may violate your local RF exposure guidelines and should
be avoided.
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INTERFERENCE WITH MEDICAL EQUIPMENT FUNCTIONS
This product may cause medical equipment to malfunction. The
use of this device is forbidden in most hospitals and medical
clinics.
If you use any other personal medical device, consult the
manufacturer of your device to determine if it is adequately
shielded from external RF energy. Your physician may be able to
assist you in obtaining this information.
Turn the phone OFF in health care facilities when any
regulations posted in these areas instruct you to do so. Hospitals
or health care facilities may be using equipment that could be
sensitive to external RF energy.
HEARING AIDS
Some digital wireless phones may interfere with some hearing
aids. In the event of such interference, you may want to consult
your service provider, or call the customer service line to discuss
alternatives.
NONIONIZING RADIATION
This product should be operated in the suggested normal
condition only to ensure the radiative performance and safety
of the interference. As with other mobile radio transmitting
equipment, users are advised that for satisfactory operation
of the equipment and for the safety of personnel, it is
recommended that no part of the human body be allowed
to come too close to the antenna during operation of the
equipment.
General Precautions
• Heed service markings
Except as explained elsewhere in the Operating or Service
documentation, do not service any product yourself. Service
needed on components inside the device should be done
by an authorized service technician or provider.
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• Damage requiring service
Unplug the product from the electrical outlet and refer
servicing to an authorized service technician or provider
under the following conditions:
• Liquid has been spilled or an object has fallen into the
product.
• The product has been exposed to rain or water.
• The product has been dropped or damaged.
• There are noticeable signs of overheating.
• The product does not operate normally when you follow
the operating instructions.
• Avoid hot areas
The product should be placed away from heat sources
such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other products
(including, but limited to, amplifiers) that produce heat.
• Avoid wet areas
Never use the product in a wet location.
• Avoid using your device after a dramatic change in
temperature
When you move your device between environments
with very different temperature and/or humidity ranges,
condensation may form on or within the device. To avoid
damaging the device, allow sufficient time for the moisture
to evaporate before using the device.
Note:
When taking the device from low-temperature conditions
into a warmer environment or from high-temperature
conditions into a cooler environment, allow the device
to acclimate to room temperature before turning on the
power.
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• Avoid pushing objects into product
Never push objects of any kind into cabinet slots or other
openings in the product. Slots and openings are provided
for ventilation. These openings must not be blocked or
covered.
• Mounting Accessories
Do not use the product on an unstable table, cart, stand,
tripod, or bracket. Any mounting of the product should
follow the manufacturer’s instructions, and should use a
mounting accessory recommended by the manufacturer.
• Avoid unstable mounting
Do not place the product with an unstable base.
• Use product with approved equipment
This product should be used only with personal computers
and options identified as suitable for use with your
equipment.
• Adjust the volume
Turn down the volume before using headphones or other
audio devices.
• Cleaning
Unplug the product from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do
not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp cloth
for cleaning, but NEVER use water to clean the LCD screen.
Contents
Chapter 1 Getting Started
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1.1 Getting to Know Your Phone and
Its Accessories .......................................................16
1.2 Inserting the USIM/SIM Card ...............................22
1.3 Installing a microSD Card .....................................23
1.4 The Home Screen ..................................................24
1.5 Status Indicators and Program Icons ..................25
1.6 Using the Start Menu ............................................30
1.7 Using the Quick List ..............................................30
1.8 Entering Information ............................................31
1.9 Battery Information ..............................................33
Chapter 2 Using Phone Features
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2.1 Using the Phone ....................................................36
2.2 Making a Voice Call ...............................................37
2.3 Receiving a Voice Call ...........................................40
2.4 In-Call Options ......................................................40
2.5 Additional Dialing Information ...........................42
2.6 SIM Tool Kit (STK) ..................................................43
2.7 Setting Up Bluetooth SIM Access
for Car Kit Phones ................................................44
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Chapter 3 Synchronizing Information
and Setting Up E-mail Security 45
3.1 About ActiveSync..................................................46
3.2 Setting Up ActiveSync ..........................................46
3.3 Synchronizing Information ..................................49
3.4 Synchronizing via Bluetooth ...............................55
3.5 Synchronizing Music, Video, and Pictures ..........55
3.6 Setting Up E-mail Security ...................................57
Chapter 4 Managing Your Phone
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4.1 Personalizing Your Phone ....................................60
4.2 Adding and Removing Programs ........................66
4.3 Using Task Manager and Managing Memory .....67
4.4 Managing Files ......................................................68
4.5 Backing Up Data ...................................................71
4.6 Protecting Your Phone .........................................74
4.7 Restarting Your Phone..........................................76
4.8 Resetting Your Phone ...........................................76
Chapter 5 Getting Connected
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5.1 Connecting to the Internet ..................................78
5.2 Using Internet Explorer Mobile ...........................82
5.3 Using Internet Sharing .........................................84
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5.4 Using Comm Manager ..........................................85
5.5 Using Bluetooth ....................................................87
5.6 Using Wi-Fi Connection ........................................98
Chapter 6 Exchanging Messages and
Using Outlook
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6.1 Using E-mail and Text Messages ........................102
6.2 Using MMS Messages .........................................110
6.3 Using Pocket MSN ...............................................118
6.4 Using Calendar ....................................................120
6.5 Using Contacts ...................................................121
6.6 Using Tasks ..........................................................127
6.7 Using Voice Notes ...............................................128
6.8 Using Voice Recorder ..........................................129
Chapter 7 Experiencing Multimedia
131
7.1 Using Camera and Video Recorder ....................132
7.2 Using Pictures & Videos ......................................142
7.3 Using Windows Media Player .............................147
7.4 Using MIDlet Manager........................................155
7.5 Using Streaming Media ......................................161
7.6 Using Audio Manager .........................................163
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Chapter 8 Using Other Applications
171
8.1 Using ClearVue Office .........................................172
8.2 Using Adobe Reader LE ......................................175
8.3 Using Speed Dial .................................................176
8.4 Using Voice Speed Dial .......................................178
Appendix
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A.1 Regulatory Notices ..............................................182
A.2 PC Requirement to Run ActiveSync 4.x .............188
A.3 Specifications ......................................................189
Index
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Chapter 1
Getting Started
1.1 Getting to Know Your Phone and Its
Accessories
1.2 Inserting the USIM/SIM Card
1.3 Installing a microSD Card
1.4 The Home Screen
1.5 Status Indicators and Program Icons
1.6 Using the Start Menu
1.7 Using the Quick List
1.8 Entering Information
1.9 Battery Information
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1.1 Getting to Know Your Phone and Its
Accessories
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Item
Function
1. Speaker
Listen to a phone call.
2. LED Indicator
This indicator (green/red/amber) notifies you of
the battery and network status of your phone.
3. Display Screen
4. Left SOFT KEY
Press to perform the command shown in the
label above the button.
5. TALK
Press to dial a phone number, answer a call,
switch to another call, or put a call on hold. Press
and hold to activate/deactivate speakerphone
mode.
6. HOME
Press to go to the Home Screen.
7. QWERTY Keyboard
This is similar to a standard keyboard on a PC.
8.
Key
9. Microphone
Press once to let you type symbols (characters in
green) and enter numbers in text fields. Press two
more times for continuous symbol or number
entries.
Speak into the microphone when receiving or
making a phone call or during voice recording.
Press to type a single capital letter. Press the FN
key, then this key to type in all caps.
10.
Key
11.
Key
12.
Key
Press the FN key and this key to open Comm
Manager.
13.
Key
Press to open Internet Explorer Mobile.
Press to open the Symbol table.
14. BACK
Press to go to the previous screen, or backspace
over characters.
15. END
Press to end a call, or press and hold to lock the
phone.
16. Right SOFT KEY
Press to perform the command shown in the
label above the button.
17. NAVIGATION
CONTROL/CENTER OK
Use to scroll left, right, up, or down. Press the
center to use as the CENTER OK button.
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Item
Function
18. Light Sensor
Dark conditions sensed here will activate a
backlight under the keyboard.
19. LED Indicator
This indicator (blue/green/amber) notifies you
of Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity status.
20. Sync Connector/
Earphone Jack
Pry open the plastic cover to connect the USB
cable to synchronize data or recharge the
battery. You can also connect the earphone
to listen to audio media or use the phone’s
hands-free kit.
21. Release Lock
Press to release the back cover lock.
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Item
Function
22. Speakers
Listen to audio media or a phone call when using
speakerphone mode.
23. Camera Lens
24. Self-Portrait
Mirror
Turn the back side of your phone to face yourself so
that your image reflects on the mirror when taking
self-portrait shots.
25. POWER
Press (more than 1 second) to turn on and off the
phone. Or press and quickly release the POWER
button to display the Quick List, which allows you to
change profiles, open Comm Manager, and enable/
disable key lock and enable/disable device lock.
26. microSD slot
Pry open the plastic cover to insert a microSD card.
27. VOICE
RECOGNITION/
VOICE NOTES
Press to open the voice recognition program; Press
and hold to open Voice Notes.
28. Car Antenna
Connector
Lets you attach your phone to the car antenna for
better network reception. Remove the back cover,
then peel off the rubber cap and connect the
antenna jack.
29. Back Cover
Remove to insert battery and USIM/SIM card.
30. CAMERA
Press to open the Camera program.
31. JOGGR
Depending on the selected JOGGR function, slide the
middle part up or down to adjust the volume or to
go through the items on-screen.
A Double-click to go back to the previous screen.
B Slide up or down to scroll up/down or adjust the
volume. Double-click to select an item.
C Double-click to open the Messaging program.
Click Start > Settings > JOGGR to set the
appropriate function the JOGGR will be used for.
Clear the Enable JOGGR box to disable the JOGGR.
You can only open the tutorial with 3 clicks if you set
the Function to either Scroll or Adjust volume.
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LED indicator lights
Various colors that might display in the two LED Indicators are
summarized here.
Left LED
Status
Solid green
Battery is fully charged.
Blank
Battery case is empty, no USIM/SIM card
inserted or phone is off.
Solid amber
Battery is charging or the phone is using
ActiveSync to synchronize with a PC.
Solid red
Battery is not installed or battery is overdischarged.
Blinking green
Connected to the network.
Blinking red
Battery very low (less than 10%).
Blinking amber
Battery temperature is hotter or colder than
the functional limits of 0 to 48 degrees Celsius
(32 to 118 degrees Fahrenheit), and has
stopped charging.
Amber/Green LED off
Battery fault. The “Battery Fault” indicator
( ) is displayed. In this case, the blinking
green LED can be recovered by unplugging
the AC adapter.
Right LED
Status
Blinking blue
Bluetooth mode set to “On” or “Visible” mode.
Blinking green
Connected to Wi-Fi network.
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Accessories
The following accessories are provided with the phone:
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3
4
Accessory
Function
1. AC adaptor
Recharge the phone battery.
2. USB cable
Connect your phone to a PC and synchronize
data.
3. Stereo headset
Provide a volume control slider and a TALK/END
button. You can press the button to pick up a call
or put a call on hold or press and hold the button
to end the call. Plug into earphone jack to listen
to audio files.
4. Pouch
Store your phone in the pouch to keep it away
from dust and prevent scratches.
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1.2 Inserting the USIM/SIM Card
Your USIM (Universal Subscriber Identity Module) or SIM (Subscriber
Identity Module) card is given to you by your wireless service provider
and contains your basic subscriber information, such as your phone
number and your address book.
Before you begin, ensure that the phone is turned off.
Open the cover and remove the battery
1. Hold the phone in one hand with the keyboard facing
down in the palm of your hand. With your other hand,
press the release lock of the back cover at the bottom of
the phone (the back cover will pop up).
2. Remove the back cover of the phone, then remove the
battery by lifting it up from the bottom end.
Insert the USIM/SIM card
1. Open the USIM/SIM card lock, by pulling it down slightly
and then towards you, at the top-right corner of the
battery compartment.
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2. Insert the USIM/SIM card into the slot at the top-right
corner with its gold-plated contacts facing down. Push the
USIM/SIM card all the way in until the USIM/SIM card locks
into place.
3. Close the USIM/SIM card lock.
Replace the battery
1. Align the exposed metal contacts on the edge of the
battery with the prongs in the body of the phone, then
gently push the top of the battery into place.
2. Press the bottom part of the battery into place.
3. Replace the battery cover. To replace, press the bottom
part of the battery cover, close to the release lock, until
you hear a click sound.
1.3 Installing a microSD Card
You can install a microSD (Secure Digital) card in your phone to
have an alternative storage place for your images, video, music,
and other phone data.
To install the microSD card
1. With the keyboard facing down, pry open the microSD
cover on the right side of the phone.
2. Insert the microSD card into the slot with its gold contacts
facing up, then replace the cover.
To remove, press the microSD card to pop it out of the slot.
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1.4 The Home Screen
The Home screen displays important information, such as
upcoming appointments, status indicators, the current date,
time, and profile, and icons of programs that you have recently
used. You can open a program directly by selecting its icon and
pressing the CENTER OK button.
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To access the Home screen from anywhere, press
•
To customize the Home screen display, including the
background, click Start > Settings > Home Screen.
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Home Screen
1.
Displays the name of your wireless service provider, date, and
the time. Click to open Comm Manager.
2.
Click to change the profile.
3.
Click to view the details of a missed call (if there is one).
4.
Displays the number of new messages. Click to go to the
Messaging program.
5.
Click to see the time of your next appointment.
6.
Click to display all available programs.
7.
Displays notifications, such as missed calls or new messages.
8.
Displays the JOGGR fucntion.
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9.
Displays the network or connectivity status.
10.
Displays the power status.
11.
Displays the network signal strength.
12.
Click to open Contacts, Call History, or Messages.
Use the NAVIGATION CONTROL or the JOGGR (if activated) to
scroll down the Home screen to see more information, such as
the current Profile being used and number of new messages
that you have received. Click the information field to change the
Profile or open the Messages folder.
1.5 Status Indicators and Program Icons
The following table lists common status indicators with their
description.
Icon
Description
New e-mail or text
message (SMS, Short
Message Service)
Icon
Description
Wi-Fi function enabled, but
phone not connected to a
wireless network yet
Roaming
Wi-Fi connected
New MSN Messenger
message
Dialing while no USIM/SIM
card is inserted
Voice call in progress
Connecting to wireless
network
Data call in progress
GPRS connecting
Calls forwarded
GPRS in use
Call on hold
EDGE available
Missed call
EDGE in use
Battery level
3G UMTS network available
Low battery
UMTS connecting
Very low battery
UMTS in use
Synchronizing via Wi-Fi
GPRS available
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Icon
Description
Icon
Battery charging
No battery or battery fault
Signal strength
Radio connected or no
signal
Radio off
No USIM/SIM card installed
USIM/SIM card with fault
Sync error
Microphone muted
Ringer off
Description
Lowercase text input
Uppercase text input, caps
lock
Uppercase text input
Numeric or symbol (labeled
in blue color) input, locked
Numeric or symbol input
(labeled in blue color)
T9 text input mode,
lowercase
T9 text input mode,
uppercase
T9 text input mode, caps
lock
JOGGR functions as volume
control
JOGGR functions as a
scrollbar
Speakerphone on
JOGGR disabled
Bluetooth on or visible
mode
Vibrate call alert
The following table lists icons of the programs that are already
installed on your phone or available in the Application disc that
came with your phone.
Icon
Program
Description
ActiveSync
Synchronizes information between your
phone and a PC.
Adobe
Reader LE
Lets you view PDF files.
Audio
Manager
Allows you to easily browse for music files by
organizing music files into categories, such
as artists, album, etc. It has an integrated
Music Player that lets you play back music
files.
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Icon
Program
Description
Bluetooth
Explorer
Searches for other Bluetooth devices that
have file sharing enabled and allows you to
access their Bluetooth shared folder.
BT Remote
SIM Access
Enables Bluetooth Remote SIM access on
your device. This allows you to use a car kit
phone that supports the SIM Access Profile
(SAP) to access the SIM card on your device
via Bluetooth and make or receive phone
calls. You can also download SIM contacts
from your device onto the car kit phone.
Calculator
Performs basic arithmetic and calculations,
such as addition, subtraction, multiplication,
and division.
Calendar
Keeps track of your appointments and
creates meeting requests.
Call History
Keeps track of all phone calls made, received,
and missed.
Camera
Captures photos in various modes.
ClearVue
Document
Lets you view Word documents on your
phone.
ClearVue
Presentation
Lets you view PowerPoint files on your
phone.
ClearVue
Worksheet
Lets you view Excel worksheets on your
phone.
Comm
Manager
Lets you easily enable or disable your
phone, start or stop synchronization with
your computer, mute your phone, enable
or disable Bluetooth, turn on/off Wi-Fi, stop
data services, and enable or disable Direct
Push.
Contacts
Keeps track of contact information.
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Icon
Program
Description
Download
Agent
Provides information about the download
status and the downloaded content from the
Internet.
File Explorer
Lets you organize and manage files and
folders on your phone.
Games
Lets you play two games: Bubble Breaker and
Solitaire that come with your phone.
Internet
Explorer
Allows you to browse Web and WAP sites,
and to download new programs and files
from the Internet.
Internet
Sharing
Lets your phone act as an external modem
for your computer by using USB port or
Bluetooth.
Messaging
Lets you send and receive e-mails, MMS, and
text messages.
MIDlet
Manager
Lets you download and install Java-based
applications, such as games and tools, on
your phone.
Pictures &
Videos
Collects, organizes, and sorts media files in
the My Pictures folder on your phone or on a
storage card.
Pocket MSN
Lets you send and receive instant messages
with your MSN Messenger contacts and
access your Hotmail account.
Settings
Personalize your phone to suit the way you
use it.
SIM Manager Allows you to manage the contacts that are
stored on your USIM/SIM card. You can also
use this program to copy USIM/SIM contents
to Contacts on your phone.
Sprite
Backup
Provides you with a quick and easy way to
make backups of your data.
Getting Started 29
Icon
Program
Description
STK (SIM Tool Allows you to access information and other
Kit) Service
services offered by your wireless service
provider.
Streaming
Media
Allows you to stream live or on-demand
video.
Speed Dial
Lets you create speed dial entries for dialing
frequently-called phone numbers or for
opening frequently-accessed programs.
Task
Manager
Keeps track of all running programs on your
phone.
Tasks
Keeps track of your tasks.
Video
Recorder
Captures video clips in various modes and
duration.
Voice Notes
Allows you to create short voice recordings.
Voice
Recorder
Allows you to record a voice clip and quickly
send it over MMS.
Windows
Media Player
Lets you play back video and audio files.
30 Getting Started
1.6 Using the Start Menu
The Start menu is located at the bottom-left corner of the Home
screen and displays various program icons that are spread across
one or more screens.
To see the available programs in the Start menu
On the Home screen, click Start. To see more programs, click
More or use the NAVIGATION CONTROL.
Start menu
Your phone comes with several bundled programs that you can
start using immediately. You can also install additional programs
from the included Windows Mobile® Getting Started Disc or from
the Internet, or purchase mobile phone software from retail
stores and install them on your phone.
1.7 Using the Quick List
The Quick List offers convenient access to a list of functions, such
as locking your phone, and keyboard, opening Comm Manager,
and choosing a different profile. For more information about
profiles, see Chapter 4.
To access the Quick List
1. Briefly press (press and quickly release) the POWER button.
Please note that pressing and holding the POWER button
turns off the phone.
2. Scroll through the list and select the desired option. Then,
do any of the following:
Getting Started 31
•
Click Select.
•
Press the CENTER OK
button.
•
Press the corresponding
number on the QWERTY
keyboard.
•
Double-click the middle
portion of the JOGGR. (if
activated)
3. To exit the Quick List at any time, click Cancel.
1.8 Entering Information
You can enter text, numbers, and symbols using the QWERTY
keyboard. When you select a field that requires entering text or
numbers, the phone automatically selects the appropriate input
mode. The status indicator on the top-right side of the display
screen indicates the input mode that you are currently using.
Lowercase text input
Uppercase text input, caps lock
Uppercase text input
Numeric or symbol (labeled in blue color) input, locked
Numeric or symbol (labeled in blue color) input
XT9 text input mode, lowercase
XT9 text input mode, uppercase
XT9 text input mode, caps lock
You can do the following with the QWERTY keyboard:
•
To type lowercase letters, press the keys using your
thumbs or fingers.
•
To use all uppercase letters, press
first and then press
. To change back to all lowercase letters, press these
buttons again.
•
To use a single uppercase letter, press
the corresponding key.
and then press
32 Getting Started
•
To enter a number or symbol (labeled in green), press
and then press the corresponding key.
•
To open the Symbol table while entering text, press
•
Press and hold
•
Press and hold
to access your voicemail. Your
voicemail number must be set up for this to work. To
check, click Start > Settings > Phone > Call Options and
check Voice mail number.
.
to lock the keyboard.
Using XT9 mode
To form a word in XT9 mode, press the keys that contain
the letters you want. As you enter letters, XT9 analyzes your
keypresses and attempts to complete the word. XT9 also tries to
predict your next word based on previous sentences you have
typed.
To enter text in XT9 mode
1. Press
and then press SPACE.
2. On the menu, select XT9 English.
Note
You can choose a different XT9 language (if available) by
selecting Language, and then choosing the language you want.
While typing, words will appear at the bottom of the screen.
Use the NAVIGATION CONTROL to choose the word you want to
insert then press the CENTER OK key.
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1.9 Battery Information
Battery performance depends on many factors, including
your wireless service provider’s network configuration, signal
strength, the temperature of the environment in which you
operate your phone, the features and/or settings you select and
use, items attached to your phone’s connecting ports, and your
voice, data, and other program usage patterns.
Battery life estimates (approximations):
•
Talk time: GSM: Up to 6 hours
UMTS: Up to 4 hours
•
Standby time: GSM: Up to 200 hours
UMTS: Up to 209 hours
•
Playing WMV: Up to 8 hours
•
Playing WMA: Up to 12 hours
WARNING!
To reduce risk of fire or burns:
•
Do not attempt to open, disassemble, or service the battery
pack.
•
Do not crush, puncture, short external contacts, or dispose of in
fire or water.
•
Do not expose to temperatures above 60˚C (140˚F).
•
Replace only with the battery pack designated for this product.
•
Recycle or dispose of used battery as stipulated by local
regulation.
To check the battery power
• On the Home screen, click Start > Settings > Power
Management.
To optimize the power performance
• On the Home screen, click Start > Settings > Power
Management, and adjust the backlight, display, and light
sensor settings.
34 Getting Started
To manage a low battery
When the low-battery warning appears, do the following:
1. Immediately save your current data.
2. Synchronize with your PC to charge the battery.
3. Turn off your phone.
4. Charge the phone using the AC adapter.
For information about charging the battery, see the Quick Start
Guide.
Chapter 2
Using Phone Features
2.1 Using the Phone
2.2 Making a Voice Call
2.3 Receiving a Voice Call
2.4 In-Call Options
2.5 Additional Dialing Information
2.6 SIM Tool Kit (STK)
2.7 Setting Up Bluetooth SIM Access for Car
Kit Phones
36 Using Phone Features
2.1 Using the Phone
You can use your phone to make, receive, and keep track
of voice calls, and send text messages (SMS, Short Message
Service) and MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service) messages.
You can also dial a phone number directly from Contacts, and
easily copy USIM/SIM contacts to Contacts on the phone.
The Phone screen
From the Phone screen, you can open, call, or find a contact,
and even save a new number in Contacts. To access the Phone
screen, do any of the following:
•
Press TALK (
•
Directly enter the phone number or contact name using
the QWERTY keyboard.
).
Enter your PIN
Most USIM/SIM cards are preset with a personal identification
number (PIN) that is provided by your wireless service provider.
You need to enter the PIN whenever you use your phone.
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Settings > Security >
Enable SIM PIN.
2. Enter the preset PIN provided by your wireless service
provider.
3. Click Done.
Note
If your PIN is entered incorrectly three times, the USIM/SIM card
will be blocked. If this happens, you can unblock it with the
PIN Unblocking Key (PUK) obtained from your wireless service
provider.
Set ring tones
You can choose how to be notified for incoming calls, reminders,
new messages, alarms, and more.
To set a ring tone for incoming calls
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Settings > Sounds.
Using Phone Features 37
2. In the Ring tone list, select a ring tone.
3. Click Done.
If you select Vibrate, the sound is muted and the phone will
vibrate when you receive a call. The Vibrate icon ( ) appears
in the title bar. Selecting None in the Ring tone list mutes the
phone. For more information about sounds, see “Choose how to
be notified about events or actions” in Chapter 4.
Note
To adjust the earpiece volume during a call, use the JOGGR on
the phone side panel. The JOGGR needs to be set to Adjust
volume or Adjust volume(In-call & Windows Media only) to
be able to adjust the volume.
2.2 Making a Voice Call
With your phone, you can make calls from the Home screen, the
Phone screen, from Contacts, Speed Dial, Call History, or USIM/
SIM Contacts (contacts stored on your USIM/SIM card).
Make a call from the Home screen
•
Enter the phone number by pressing keys on the QWERTY
keyboard, and press TALK (
).
•
Press the
button or DEL key if you need to backspace.
Phone Screen
Tip
You will notice that when you press a key on the QWERTY
keyboard, a list of names and numbers is displayed as your
phone searches Contacts, Call History, Speed Dial, and your
USIM/SIM card to find a matching name or number. For
38 Using Phone Features
example, when you press a key such as 5, names that begin with
F will be displayed as well as phone numbers that start with 5.
The next key you press continues to narrow the search. When
you see the name of the person you want to call, select it, and
press TALK (
).
Make a call from Contacts
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Contacts.
2. Select the desired contact, and press TALK (
).
You can also select the desired contact in the contact list, and
press the CENTER OK button twice (once to view the contact
details, and once to dial the associated number).
To specify the number to dial
By default, the mobile telephone number (m) of a contact is
dialed when you make a call from Contacts; however, you can
choose to dial a different phone number.
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Contacts.
2. Select the contact.
3. Press NAVIGATION left or right. The letter representing the
number changes to m (mobile), w (work), or h (home).
You can also select a contact in the contact list, and press
the CENTER OK button to view details and different numbers
associated with the contact. Select a number and press TALK
(
) or press the CENTER OK button to dial the number.
• You may also access the contact list by clicking Contacts
on the Home Screen.
•
To view or edit information associated with the selected
contact, click Menu > Edit.
•
To save a contact on your USIM/SIM card, click Menu >
Save to SIM.
Make a call from Call History
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Call History.
2. Select a name or number, and press TALK (
).
Using Phone Features 39
In the Call History screen, press the CENTER OK button to view
details, such as the dialed, missed, or received call, call duration,
date, and time. Pressing the CENTER OK button again dials the
associated number.
To customize calls
You can select various options on the Call History screen to
customize and filter the calls made, received, or missed.
•
To find a name or number in Contacts, click Menu > Find
Contact.
•
To send a text message, click Menu > Send Text Message.
•
To send an e-mail, click Menu > E-mail.
•
To find the duration of a call, click Menu > View Timers.
•
To remove a call or number from Call History, click Menu >
Delete.
•
To remove the list of calls or numbers from Call History,
click Menu > Delete List.
•
To save a name or number in Contacts, click Menu > Save
to Contacts.
•
To categorize the call or number into various call types,
click Menu > Filter.
Note
You can also save a number in Contacts by clicking Save on the
Call History screen.
Make a call from Speed Dial
You can make calls using Speed Dial. To learn how to use Speed
Dial, see “Using Speed Dial” in Chapter 8.
Make a call from SIM Manager
1. Click Start > Expert > SIM Manager. Wait for the contents
of your USIM/SIM card to load.
2. Choose the contact you want to call and click Menu >
Dial.
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2.3 Receiving a Voice Call
When you receive a phone call, you have the option to answer it
or ignore it.
To answer or ignore an incoming call
• To answer the call, click Answer, or press TALK (
•
To ignore the call, click Ignore, or press END (
To end a call
• Press END (
).
).
).
2.4 In-Call Options
Your phone provides various options for managing multiple
calls at the same time. You are notified when you have another
incoming call, and you have the choice of ignoring or accepting
the call. If you are already on a call and accept the new call,
you can choose to switch between the two callers, or set up a
conference call between all three parties.
In-Call Options
Note
Call Waiting should be enabled and supported for you to be
notified of an incoming call when you are using the phone.
To enable Call Waiting, click Start > Settings > Phone > Call
Waiting > Provide call waiting notifications.
To answer another call
1. Click Answer to take the second call and put the first call
on hold.
Using Phone Features 41
2. To end the second call and return to the first call, press
END ( ).
To switch between calls
• To switch between two calls, click Swap.
To set up a conference call
1. Either put a call on hold and dial a second number, or,
answer a second incoming call during a call.
2. Click Menu > Conference.
Notes
•
If the conference connection is successful, the word
“Conference” appears at the top of the screen.
•
To add additional persons to your conference call, click Menu
> Hold, enter the phone number, and then click Resume to
return to the call.
•
Not all service providers support conference call. Contact your
service provider for details.
To turn on and off the Speakerphone
The built-in Speakerphone allows you to talk hands-free or lets
other people listen to the conversation.
•
During a call, click Menu > Speakerphone On. The
icon appears at the top of the screen.
•
To turn off the Speakerphone during the call, click Menu
> Speakerphone Off. Alternatively, the speakerphone
can be toggled on and off by pressing and holding TALK
during the call.
WARNING!
To avoid damage to your hearing, do not hold your
phone against your ear when the Speakerphone is
turned on.
To mute a call
You can turn off the microphone during a call, so that you can
hear the caller but the caller cannot hear you.
•
During a call, click Menu > Mute.
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When the microphone is turned off, the
icon appears on the
screen. Click Menu > Unmute to turn on the microphone again.
2.5 Additional Dialing Information
Make an emergency call
•
Enter the appropriate emergency number for your locale,
and press TALK (
).
Tip
Additional emergency numbers may be included in your USIM/
SIM card. Contact your service provider for details.
Make an international call
1. Press and hold
on the phone keyboard until the
sign appears. The replaces the international prefix of
the country that you are calling.
2. Enter the full phone number, and press TALK (
). The full
phone number includes country code, area code (without
the leading zero, if any), and phone number.
Insert a pause in a dialing sequence
Some international calls require a pause in the dialing sequence
in order for the call to process successfully.
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Contacts.
2. Select the contact entry that contains the phone number
in which you want to insert a pause, and press the CENTER
OK button to open the contact card.
3. Click Menu > Edit.
4. Position the cursor on the phone number where you want
to insert a pause.
5. Click Menu > Insert Pause.
The letter “p” will appear in the number to indicate where
the pause will occur in the dialing sequence.
6. Click Done.
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Insert a longer pause in a dialing sequence
Some phone numbers may require a longer pause than the
default pause in the dialing sequence. In these cases, you can
pause as long as you want, and manually continue the dialing
sequence.
Note
This feature is not available for contacts stored on the USIM/SIM
card.
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Contacts.
2. Select the contact entry that contains the phone number
in which you want to insert a longer pause, and press the
CENTER OK button to open the contact card.
3. Click Menu > Edit.
4. Position the cursor on the phone number where you want
to insert a longer pause.
5. Click Menu > Insert Wait.
The letter “w” will appear in the number to indicate where
the longer pause (wait) will occur in the dialing sequence.
6. Click Done.
Note
When you call a number that contains a longer pause, you must
press TALK (
) again to continue dialing.
2.6 SIM Tool Kit (STK)
A USIM/SIM card must be inserted in your device in order to use
this feature, which allows you to access a range of information
services provided by your service provider.
1. On the Home screen, click Start > SIM Tool Kit (STK). A list
of provided services appears.
2. To access a service, click the item in the list.
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2.7 Setting Up Bluetooth SIM Access for Car
Kit Phones
Car kit phones that support the SIM Access Profile (SAP) can
connect to your device and access its USIM/SIM card via
Bluetooth. Once a SAP connection has been established, you
can download USIM/SIM contacts from your device to the car kit
phone. You can also use the car kit phone to answer and make
calls using your device’s USIM/SIM card.
Notes
• To enable downloading contacts onto the car kit, ensure
that all contacts on the phone are stored in the USIM/SIM
card and not in the phone memory. Configure the car kit to
download contacts only from USIM/SIM card.
• Contact your wireless service provider to find out which car
kit phone models are compatible with your phone.
1. In your phone, make sure that Bluetooth is turned on and
set to Visible mode.
2. Click Start > Expert > BT Remote SIM Access.
3. On the BT Remote SIM Access screen, select the Remote
SIM Access check box and click Done.
4. Connect the car kit phone to your device via Bluetooth. To
learn how to connect, consult your car kit phone’s manual.
5. A pop-up message should appear on your device saying
that a connection has been established between your
device and car kit phone. Click OK.
6. On the BT Remote SIM Access screen, click Done.
Note
You will not be able to make/receive calls, send/receive
messages or perform related activities on your phone when
the SIM Access Profile connection is active. You will be able to
do all this from the car kit phone during this time. After the
connection is disconnected, you will be able to use the phone
as before.
Chapter 3
Synchronizing Information
and Setting Up E-mail Security
3.1 About ActiveSync
3.2 Setting Up ActiveSync
3.3 Synchronizing Information
3.4 Synchronizing via Bluetooth
3.5 Synchronizing Music, Video, and Pictures
3.6 Setting Up E-mail Security
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3.1 About ActiveSync
ActiveSync synchronizes information on your phone with
information on your PC such as Outlook content. ActiveSync
can also synchronize over a wireless or cellular network with
Exchange Server if your company or service provider is running
Exchange Server with Exchange ActiveSync.
Specifically, you can use ActiveSync to:
•
Synchronize information, such as Outlook e-mail, contacts,
calendar, or tasks information on your phone with your PC,
as well as pictures, video, and music.
•
Synchronize Outlook e-mail, contacts, calendar
appointments, and tasks on your phone directly with
Exchange Server so that you can stay up to date even
when your PC is turned off.
•
Copy files between your phone and your PC.
•
Select which types of information are synchronized
and specify how much information is synchronized.
For example, you can choose how many weeks of past
calendar appointments to synchronize.
•
Add and remove programs on your phone. For details, see
Chapter 4, “Adding and Removing Programs.”
3.2 Setting Up ActiveSync
To install and set up ActiveSync on the computer
1. Install ActiveSync on your PC, as described on the
Windows Mobile® Getting Started Disc.
2. After Setup completes, the Synchronization Setup Wizard
automatically starts when you connect your phone to the
PC. The wizard will guide you to create a synchronization
relationship between your phone and computer. Click
Next.
Synchronizing Information and Setting Up E-mail Security 47
3. Do not select the Synchronize directly with a server
running Microsoft Exchange Server check box if you will
synchronize your phone with a computer. Just click Next,
then skip to step 8.
4. If you will synchronize your phone with Exchange Server,
select the Synchronize directly with a server running
Microsoft Exchange Server check box, then click Next.
5. On the Exchange server credentials screen, enter the
Exchange server address, your user name and password,
and the domain name.
If you do not know what the Exchange server address
and domain name are, you can check with your network
administrator, or you can check them in your computer by
doing the following:
a. In Outlook, click Tools > E-mail Accounts.
b. Select View or change existing e-mail accounts.
c. Double-click Microsoft Exchange Server.
d. On the Exchange Server Settings screen, you will see
the Exchange Server name.
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e. To check the domain name, click Start > Settings >
Control Panel, then double-click System.
f. In the System Properties dialog box, click the
Computer Name tab. You will then see the domain
name.
6. On your phone, you also need to enter the Exchange
server settings. For information about this, see
“Synchronizing directly with Exchange Server.”
7. On the Synchronization Setup Wizard, click Next.
8. Select the information types to synchronize between your
phone and computer.
If you will synchronize your phone with both your
computer and Exchange Server, do the following:
•
For the Contacts, Calendar, E-mail, and Tasks items,
choose whether to synchronize them with the computer
or with the Exchange Server. These items cannot be
synchronized to both.
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•
Select the check boxes of the other information types if
you want to synchronize them with your computer.
Information types on the PC and Exchange Server
9. Click Next.
10. Click Finish.
When you finish the wizard, ActiveSync synchronizes your
phone automatically. Once synchronization completes, you can
disconnect your phone from your PC.
3.3 Synchronizing Information
When you connect your phone to the PC, ActiveSync will
immediately synchronize. While the phone is connected,
ActiveSync synchronizes every time you make a change on
either the PC or the phone.
To manually start and stop synchronization
1. Connect your phone.
•
To synchronize local information on the PC, such as
Outlook information or media files, connect your
phone to the PC using Bluetooth or a cable.
•
If you are synchronizing directly with Exchange Server,
you can use the connection to the PC to access the
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network, or you can synchronize over a cellular or Wi-Fi
network without connecting to the PC.
2. In ActiveSync, click Sync. To end synchronization before it
completes, click Stop.
Note
ActiveSync 4.x utilizes a network type of connection with
Windows Mobile powered devices, since this allows faster data
transfer than a serial USB connection. When the PC is connected
to the Internet or a local network, in some cases, the PC may
disconnect the ActiveSync connection with your device in
favor of the Internet or network connection. If this happens,
click Start > Settings > Connections > USB to PC, then clear
the Enable advanced network functionality check box. This
makes ActiveSync utilize a serial USB connection with your
device.
Synchronize Outlook information with the
computer
If you have set up a synchronization relationship between your
phone and the PC, synchronization keeps Outlook information
up-to-date on both of them.
You can also set up your phone to synchronize with more
than one PC, or with a combination of one or more PCs and
Exchange Server. When synchronizing with multiple computers,
the items you synchronize will appear on all of the computers
with which they are synchronized. For example, if you have set
up synchronization with two PCs (PC1 and PC2), which have
different items, and you synchronize Contacts and Calendar on
the phone with both computers, the result is as follows:
Location
New state
PC1
All Outlook contacts and calendar appointments that were
on PC2 are now also on PC1.
All Outlook contacts and calendar appointments that were
on PC1 are now also on PC2.
All Outlook contacts and calendar appointments from
both PC1 and PC2 are on the phone.
PC2
Phone
Note
Outlook e-mail can be synchronized with only one computer.
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To change which information is synchronized
ActiveSync synchronizes a limited amount of information by
default to save storage space on your phone. You can change the
amount of information that is synchronized by performing the
following steps.
Note
Before changing synchronization settings on the phone,
disconnect it from your PC.
1. On the Home screen, click Start > ActiveSync.
2. In ActiveSync, click Menu > Options.
3. Do one or more of the following:
Note
•
Select the check box for the items you want to
synchronize. If you cannot select a check box, you
might have to clear the check box for the same
information type elsewhere in the list.
•
Clear the check box for any items you want to exclude.
•
To customize synchronization of a computer, select the
computer name and click Menu > Settings.
•
To customize synchronization of a particular
information, select the information type and click
Settings.
•
To stop synchronizing with one computer completely,
select the computer name and click Menu > Delete.
Outlook e-mail can be synchronized with only one computer.
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Synchronize Outlook information with Exchange
Server
You can set up synchronization with Exchange Server on
your phone, if it is available to you through your company or
wireless service provider. However, before you carry on with the
synchronization steps, you should first ask your administrator or
check your computer for the following information: Exchange
Server name, domain name, your user name, and password. (For
information about how to check the Exchange server name and
domain on your PC, see “To install and set up ActiveSync on the
computer.”)
Note
Before changing synchronization settings on the phone,
disconnect it from your PC.
To synchronize directly with Exchange Server
1. Do one of the following:
•
Click Start > Messaging > New Account. On the E-mail
Setup screen, select Outlook E-mail in the Your e-mail
provider list, then click Next.
•
In ActiveSync on your phone, click Menu > Configure
Server. If you have not yet set up synchronization with
Exchange Server, this appears as Add Server Source.
2. On the Edit Server Settings screen, enter the name of the
server running Exchange Server in the Server address
box, and click Next.
3. On the User Information screen, enter your user name,
password, and domain name.
4. If you want the phone to save your password so that you
will not need to enter it again when connecting, select the
Save password check box and click Next.
5. On the Options screen, select the check boxes of the types
of information that you want to synchronize with the
Exchange Server.
6. To customize synchronization of a particular information,
select the type of information and click Menu > Settings.
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Note
Settings is not available for Contacts and Tasks.
7. To change the rules for resolving synchronization conflicts,
click Menu > Advanced on the Options screen.
8. Click Finish.
Note
You can also use the Sync Setup Wizard to set up the phone to
synchronize remotely with the Exchange Server. This wizard is
started when you connect your phone to your PC after installing
ActiveSync on the PC.
Schedule synchronization with Exchange Server
You can schedule information to be synchronized automatically
between your phone and the Exchange Server, or schedule
synchronization at regular time intervals. Choose between these
two methods, depending on your e-mail volume and which
method you think is more cost-effective.
To receive e-mails and synchronize other information
instantly
The Direct Push technology (Push E-Mail feature) enables you to
receive new e-mails on your phone as soon as they arrive in your
Inbox on the Exchange Server. With this feature, items such as
contacts, calendar and tasks are also immediately updated onto
your phone when these items have been changed or new entries
have been added on the Exchange Server. To make Direct Push
work, you need to set up a GPRS connection on your phone.
The Direct Push feature works for your phone, if your private
network such as your corporate network is using Microsoft
Exchange Server Service Pack 2 (SP2) with Exchange ActiveSync,
and after your first full synchronization with the Exchange
Server.
Using Comm Manager to Enable Direct Push
1. Click Start > Comm Manager.
2. In the Comm Manager screen, click the Microsoft Direct
Push button. The button
will turn to
,
this indicates that you will receive e-mails as they arrive.
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When the button is in the
manually retrieve your e-mails.
state, you need to
Using ActiveSync to Enable Direct Push
1. In ActiveSync on your phone, click Menu > Schedule.
2. Select As items arrive in the Peak times and Off-peak
times boxes.
Note
When both the GPRS and Wi-Fi connections are turned on at
the same time, the Direct Push feature will always opt for GPRS,
for which you could be charged as per your network operator’s
service plan.
To schedule synchronization at regular time intervals
You can set how often to synchronize during Peak times (which
usually refer to your working hours) when e-mail volume is high,
as well as Off-peak times when e-mail volume is low.
1. In ActiveSync on your phone, click Menu > Schedule.
2. On the Schedule screen, select a shorter time interval in
the Peak times box for you to be able to receive e-mails
more frequently.
3. Select a longer interval in the Off-peak times box.
Tip
To set the days and hours that make up your peak and off-peak
times, click Menu > Peak Times on the Schedule screen.
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3.4 Synchronizing via Bluetooth
You can connect your phone to the PC to synchronize using the
local wireless technology, Bluetooth.
To synchronize with a PC via Bluetooth
1. Follow the instructions in ActiveSync Help on the PC for
configuring Bluetooth on your PC to support ActiveSync.
2. On the Home screen, click Start > ActiveSync.
3. Click Menu > Connect via Bluetooth. Ensure that the
phone and the PC are within close range.
4. If this is the first time you have connected to this PC via
Bluetooth, you must complete the Bluetooth wizard on
the phone and set up a Bluetooth partnership with the PC
before synchronizing.
5. Click Sync.
6. When finished, click Menu > Disconnect Bluetooth.
Notes
•
To preserve battery power, turn off Bluetooth when not in use.
•
To connect and synchronize your phone with a computer via
Bluetooth, your computer must have a Bluetooth adapter or
dongle.
3.5 Synchronizing Music, Video, and
Pictures
If you want to take your music or other digital media with you,
ActiveSync works with Windows Media Player to synchronize
music, video, and pictures with your phone.
Other than selecting the media information type in ActiveSync
to be synchronized, all media synchronization settings must be
set in Windows Media Player. Before media can be synchronized,
you must do the following:
•
Install Windows Media Player Version 10 or later on the PC.
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•
Connect your phone to the PC with a USB cable. If the
phone is currently connected using Bluetooth, you must
end that connection before media can be synchronized.
•
Insert a 32MB or larger storage card into your phone.
•
Set up a sync partnership between the storage card and
Windows Media Player.
Change Media synchronization settings
Once you select the Media information type in ActiveSync to
be synchronized, any of your favorite music, video, and picture
files in Windows Media Player playlists can be synchronized
by ActiveSync. All you have to do is set up synchronization in
Windows Media Player for those media files.
To set up a sync relationship with a storage card
1. On the PC, open Windows Media Player.
2. Click the Sync tab.
3. Select the storage card.
4. Click Set up Sync.
5. Choose whether to synchronize automatically or manually.
For information about using Windows Media Player on the
phone, see “Using Windows Media Player” in Chapter 7.
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3.6 Setting Up E-mail Security
Windows Mobile on your phone protects your Outlook e-mails
through Secure/Multipurpose Internet Mail Extension (S/MIME),
which allows you to digitally sign your messages as well as
encrypt them.
Using authorization keys and certificates, S/MIME allows you to
digitally sign your e-mail messages to prove your identity to the
recipients. Authorization keys are also used when encrypting
messages to improve privacy and prevent undue tampering or
hacking of your messages. You can encrypt a message with or
without a certificate. However, to read an encrypted message,
you need a valid certificate for decrypting e-mail messages.
Note
S/MIME encryption and digital signatures for Windows Mobilebased devices are available only with Exchange Server 2003
Service Pack 2 or a later version that supports S/MIME. If you are
not using one of these products, or have not yet synchronized,
these options are unavailable.
Digitally sign and encrypt all messages
ActiveSync allows you to set up S/MIME e-mail encryption and
signing. You will have to obtain a valid certificate for signing or
encrypting e-mail before you are be able to sign or encrypt mail
successfully.
1. On the Home screen, click Start > ActiveSync.
2. Click Menu > Options.
3. Select the E-mail information type, and click Settings. On
the E-mail Sync screen, click Menu > Advanced.
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4. Do one or both of the following:
•
To sign all your outgoing e-mail messages so that
recipients can be certain that the messages were sent
by you and have not been altered in any way, select
Sign messages.
•
To encrypt all your outgoing e-mail messages so that
the contents of your messages are protected from
being viewed by anyone other than the intended
recipients, select Encrypt messages.
5. Click Menu > Choose Certificate to select a certificate for
signing or encrypting outgoing e-mail messages.
You can select certificates to sign or encrypt e-mail
messages individually if you do not choose to sign or
encrypt all outgoing e-mails. For information about
signing and encrypting individual messages, see
“Individually sign and encrypt a message” in Chapter 6.
Chapter 4
Managing Your Phone
4.1 Personalizing Your Phone
4.2 Adding and Removing Programs
4.3 Using Task Manager and Managing Memory
4.4 Managing Files
4.5 Backing Up Data
4.6 Protecting Your Phone
4.7 Restarting Your Phone
4.8 Resetting Your Phone
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4.1 Personalizing Your Phone
Set up the Home screen
The Home screen is your starting place for most tasks. You can
gain access to all features and programs from the Home screen.
The top of the Home screen displays icons for the programs that
you have most recently used. The center of the Home screen can
display your next appointment, the number of new messages
(voice mail, text, e-mail, or MMS) that you have received, and
other important information. When you click an icon or item on
the Home Screen, the associated program opens.
To customize the Home screen
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Settings > Home
Screen.
2. In Home screen layout, Color scheme, Background
image, and Time out, select the options you want, and
click Done.
To set a picture as the background
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Pictures & Videos.
2. Select the picture you want to set as the background. Click
View or press the CENTER OK button for a larger view of
the image.
3. Click Menu > Use as Home Screen.
4. Use NAVIGATION to select the portion of the picture you
want to use, and click Next. If the picture fits the screen,
this step is skipped.
5. In Adjust the transparency, select a higher percentage
for a more transparent picture or a lower percentage for a
more opaque picture.
6. Click Finish.
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Set date, time, language, and other regional
options
Your phone should already be set up with the regional settings
that are appropriate for your locale.
To change regional settings
You can specify the language, locale, date and time style, as well
as number and currency formatting options.
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Settings > Regional
Settings.
2. In Language, select your preferred language.
3. In Locale, select the locale for the language you selected.
The Locale option automatically changes the format of
the remaining options (such as date, time, and currency)
according to the locale you specify.
4. Click Done.
Note
You must turn your phone off and on again for the changes to
take effect.
To set the date and time
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Settings > Clock &
Alarm > Date and Time.
2. In Time zone, select your time zone.
3. In Date, edit the month, day, and year.
4. In Time, edit the hour, minute, and second.
5. Click Done.
Choose how to be notified about events or
actions
A profile is a group of settings that determine how your phone
will alert you to incoming calls, events such as e-mail receipt
notifications, alarms, or system events. A number of different
preset combinations of these settings are available on your
phone. Each profile appears with a descriptive name.
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To change the current profile
1. On the Home screen, click Profile [Type]. Example: Profile
Normal.
2. Choose a new profile, and click Done.
Tip
To quickly change the profile, briefly press POWER to display the
Quick List, and choose a profile.
To edit a profile
1. On the Home screen, click Profile [Type]. Example: Profile
Normal.
2. Select the profile to edit.
3. Click Menu > Edit.
4. Do one of the following:
•
•
Tip
Modify the settings, and click Done.
To cancel without saving changes, click Cancel.
To revert to the default profile settings, click Menu > Reset to
default.
To specify the sound for an event
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Settings > Sounds.
2. For the desired event, select a sound. Select None if you
do not want to hear a sound.
3. Click Done.
Note
For ring tones, you can use sounds in either .wav, .mid, .wma, or
.mp3 file format. For notifications or reminders, you can use .wav
or .mid files.
Tip
When you select a sound, it starts to play back. To hear it again,
select Menu > Play.
To set sound for the keyboard
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Settings > Sounds.
2. In Keypad control, select a sound. Select None if you do
not want to hear any sound while pressing a key.
3. Click Done.
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To copy a sound to your phone
After a sound file is located on your phone, you can use it for a
ring tone, notification, or reminder. Sound files in either .wav,
.mid, .wma, or .MP3 formats can be used.
1. Connect the phone to your PC using a USB connection.
2. On your PC, copy the sound file you want.
3. In ActiveSync on your PC, click Explore and double-click
My Windows Mobile-Based Device.
4. Do one of the following:
•
To save the sound file on your phone, double-click
Application Data, double-click Sounds, and paste the
file into that folder.
•
To save the sound file on your storage card, doubleclick Storage Card, and paste the file into the folder
you want.
To set an alarm
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Settings > Clock &
Alarm > Alarm.
2. In Alarm, choose one of the following:
•
Off to turn the alarm off.
•
On to turn the alarm on.
3. In Alarm time, enter the time for the alarm to go off.
4. Click Done.
Set personal information
Entering and displaying owner information are best practices;
they allow someone to return the phone to you in case it is lost.
To enter owner information
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Settings > Owner
Information.
2. Complete the following:
•
In Name, enter your name.
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•
In Telephone number, enter a number where you can
be reached.
•
In E-mail address, enter your e-mail address.
•
In Notes, enter any other information you want to
include.
3. Click Done.
Set performance and maintenance options
To change accessibility settings
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Settings >
Accessibility.
2. Select your preference for the following:
•
In System font size, set the size of the font that is
displayed on the screen.
•
In Multipress time out, set the length of time between
keypresses when entering text in Multipress mode.
•
In Confirmation time out, set the delay before an
unconfirmed action times out.
•
In In-call alert volume, set the volume for incoming
call or receiving new message alerts while you are in a
call.
3. Click Done.
To change power management settings
You can use Power Management to check the battery, and
configure settings that prolong battery life.
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Settings > Power
Management.
2. Adjust the following:
•
In Backlight time out on battery, select the amount
of time for the phone to be idle before the backlight
turns off.
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•
In Backlight time out on AC, select the amount of
time for the phone to be idle before the backlight turns
off when using AC power.
•
In Display time out, select the time limit for the phone
to be idle before the screen turns off.
3. Click Done.
Tip
Main battery indicates the amount of battery life remaining.
To find the operating system version number
• On the Home screen, click Start > Settings > About.
The operating system version number installed on your
phone along with the manufacturer copyright information
will be listed on the screen.
To find the phone specification
• On the Home screen, click Start > Settings > Device
Information.
The Device Information screen displays the details
about the phone specification, such as processor, speed,
memory, display, model name, and so on.
To turn on and off error reporting
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Settings > Error
Reporting.
2. Do one of the following:
•
Select Enable to turn on error reporting.
•
Select Disable to turn off error reporting.
3. Click Done.
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4.2 Adding and Removing Programs
Before you purchase additional programs for your phone, you
should note the name of your phone, the version of Windows
Mobile software running on it, and the type of processor. This
information will help you select a program that is compatible
with your phone. For more information, see “To find the
operating system version number” in this chapter.
Programs available for purchase usually include a Setup program
(commonly named “setup.exe”) that you must first install on your
PC. You can then use ActiveSync to add programs to your phone
or add a program directly from the Internet.
To add programs
1. Download the program to your PC (or insert the CD or
disk that contains the program into your PC). You may see
a single *.exe file, a *.zip file, a Setup.exe file, or several
versions of files for different device types and processors.
Be sure to select a program designed for your phone and
processor type.
2. Read any installation instructions or documentation that
comes with the program. Many programs provide special
installation instructions.
3. Connect your phone and PC.
4. Double-click the *.exe file.
•
If the executable file is an installation wizard, follow
the instructions on the screen. Once the program has
been installed on your PC, the wizard will automatically
transfer the program to your phone.
•
If an installation wizard does not start, you will see an
error message stating that the program is valid but that
it is designed for a different type of computer. You will
need to copy this program to your phone. If you cannot
find any installation instructions for the program, use
ActiveSync to copy the program file to the Program
Files folder on your phone.
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To remove a program
Programs that come with the phone cannot be removed.
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Settings > Remove
Programs.
2. Scroll to the program to remove.
3. Click Menu > Remove.
4.3 Using Task Manager and Managing
Memory
To see how much memory is available
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Settings > About.
2. Scroll down to Available Memory.
Use Task Manager
Task Manager allows you to view all the programs currently
running on your phone in the form of a list. From Task Manager,
you can switch to, activate, or terminate any currently running
program. It also allows you to view the phone memory status.
To start Task Manager
• Click Start > Expert > Task Manager.
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The Task Manager Menu contains the following options.
Option
Allows you to
Go To
Switch to the selected program.
Refresh
Refresh the Task Manager screen to reflect a list of
currently running programs.
Stop
Stop the selected program. You can view the free
memory status at the bottom of the screen.
Stop All
Stop all listed programs. Click OK to confirm that you
want to end all currently running programs. You can
view the free memory status at the bottom of the
screen.
Stop All But
Selected
Stop all running programs in the list except the one you
selected.
System Info
View information about power status, memory usage,
flash, and phone information.
About
View program name, version, and copyright information.
4.4 Managing Files
You can copy files to your PC using ActiveSync or copy files to
a microSD card that is installed by you on your phone. You can
also efficiently manage your files and folders using File Explorer
installed on your phone.
Using Microsoft ActiveSync, you can copy or move information
from the PC to the phone and vice versa. Changes you make to
the information on one computer will not affect the information
on the other computer. If you want to automatically update
information on both your phone and PC, synchronize the
information instead. For more information about copying and
synchronizing files, see ActiveSync Help on your PC.
To copy a file using ActiveSync
Copying a file results in separate versions of a file on your phone
and PC. Because the files are not synchronized, changes made to
one file will not affect the other.
1. Connect your phone to your PC.
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2. In ActiveSync, click Explore, which opens the Mobile
Device folder for your phone.
3. In the Mobile Device folder, go to the file that you want to
copy on your phone or PC.
4. Do one of the following:
•
To copy the file to your phone, right-click the file,
and click Copy. Right-click the desired folder on your
phone, and click Paste.
•
To copy the file to your PC, right-click the file and click
Copy. Right-click the desired folder on your PC, and
click Paste.
Use File Explorer
File Explorer provides many easy-to-use features for file and
folder management.
To start File Explorer
• On the Home screen, click Start > File Explorer.
File Explorer operates in the following two views:
•
List View
•
Icons View
File Explorer displays the entire file structure in your phone’s
memory. The functions focus primarily on folder management.
When initially started, File Explorer is in List View by default. To
switch between views, click Menu > View > Icons or List.
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The File Explorer menu contains the following options:
Option
Allows you to
Send
Lets you send the selected file through one of the
messaging features.
Beam
Lets you send the selected file through Bluetooth .
Edit
Opens a menu where you can choose to cut, copy,
paste, delete or rename a file. You can also create a
new folder.
Properties
View information about the selected folder or file.
View
Opens a menu where you can switch between the
Icons or List view.
Sort By
Opens a menu where you can choose to sort the
files or folders by Name, Date, Size or Type.
My Device
Displays the folders and files in the root folder of
the phone.
My Documents
Displays the folders and files in the My Documents
folder.
To send a file as an e-mail attachment
1. In File Explorer, select a file.
2. Click Menu > Send.
3. On the Messaging screen, select Outlook E-mail or a
custom e-mail account.
4. The file will automatically be attached to the new
message.
Specify the recipient and subject, and type your message.
5. Click Send.
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4.5 Backing Up Data
Use Sprite Backup to back up data, which includes settings, files,
contacts, and all other information, to a storage card or to a
designated folder on your phone.
This section describes the basics on how to install Sprite Backup
and use it to back up and restore data on your phone:
To install Sprite Backup
1. Make sure your phone is connected to your computer via a
USB cable.
2. Install Sprite Backup on your phone from the PC using the
Application CD. Follow the on-screen instructions on your
computer to complete the installation.
3. After the installation is completed, the Setup Wizard on
your computer will set up Sprite Backup on your phone.
Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the setup.
To open Sprite Backup
On your phone, click Start > Sprite Backup.

Sprite Backup can operate in two different modes: Basic mode
and Advanced mode. The first time you run Sprite Backup, it will
be in Basic Mode. To switch between the modes, click Options
then select the desired mode.
Basic mode
Advanced mode
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Basic mode
Basic mode is the default mode, and allows you to easily back up
your entire phone with a click of a button.
Note
To change backup options or location, you will need to do it in
Advanced mode.
To back up data in Basic mode
1. On the Basic mode screen, click Backup Now.
2. Specify a password (between 6 to 15 characters in length)
for the backup file. Enter this password twice, then tap OK.
3. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the backup.
To restore data in Basic mode
1. On the Basic mode screen, click Restore Now.
2. Enter the password for the backup file, then tap OK.
3. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the
restoration process.
Advanced mode
Advanced mode is designed for users with more advanced
backup requirements. It provides a tree view of the data on your
phone from which you can select what items you want to back
up or restore.
To back up data in Advanced mode
1. Click Options > Switch to Advanced Mode.
2. The Advanced mode screen shows a tree view of the data
and files on your phone. Click the check boxes to select or
exclude items for backup.
3. Click Backup and follow the on-screen instructions to
complete the backup.
To restore data in Advanced mode
1. On the Advanced mode screen, click Options > Restore.
2. If there is a most recent backup file, this file will be
displayed with its contents. Otherwise, if you want to use
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an older backup file, click
then select the desired file.
If the backup file is password protected, the password
must be entered before the backup file can be displayed in
the tree view.
3. In the tree view, select the check boxes of items you want
to be restored.
4. Click Restore and follow the on-screen instructions to
restore.
Note
In both the Basic and Advanced modes, Sprite Backup soft
resets your phone first before it begins the backup or restoration
process. It soft resets again after the operation is completed.
Backup options
To change the backup location and file name
1. On the Advanced mode screen, click
.
2. Enter the backup Name and choose whether to save
the file to the Storage Card, Bluetooth folder or the My
Documents folder on your phone.
3. Click OK.
To disable automatic file naming
1. Click Options > Backup Options > General Backup
Options.
2. Clear the Name Backup Files Automatically check box,
then click OK.
3. Before you perform a backup, click
backup file name.
then specify a
To schedule automatic backups
1. Click Options > Scheduled Backup > Change.
2. Set the frequency of backups to perform, date and time,
and other options.
3. Click OK.
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To enable remote backups to the computer via ActiveSync
1. Click Options > Networking.
2. Select the Enable Remote Backup check box.
3. Select Via ActiveSync, then click OK.
4. Click
, then in the Location list, select PC and click OK.
4.6 Protecting Your Phone
There are several levels of security on your phone. You can
protect your phone from unauthorized use by requiring a type of
password called a PIN (personal identification number) in order
to make calls. Your first PIN will be given to you by your wireless
service provider. Additionally, you can lock the keyboard or the
entire phone to prevent unauthorized access.
To enable the USIM/SIM personal Identification number (PIN)
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Settings > Security.
2. Click Enable SIM PIN.
3. Enter your PIN, and click Done.
Note
To cancel without enabling the USIM/SIM PIN, press
.
To disable the USIM/SIM PIN
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Settings > Security.
2. Click Disable SIM PIN.
3. Enter your PIN, and click Done.
To change the USIM/SIM PIN
Be sure to make a note of your personal identification number
(PIN). When the USIM/SIM PIN is enabled, you must provide this
PIN to unlock the phone.
1. Click Start > Settings > Security.
2. Click Change SIM PIN.
3. In Old PIN, enter the current PIN.
4. Enter and confirm the new PIN, and click Done.
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To lock the keyboard
Locking the keyboard turns off keyboard functionality. This is
a helpful feature if, for example, the phone is turned on and in
your pocket, and you want to prevent accidental keypresses.
•
On the Home screen, press and hold END or
.
Once the keyboard is locked, the left soft key label
changes to Unlock.
Tip
To quickly lock the keyboard, press POWER briefly to display the
Quick List, and select Key lock.
Note
You can still receive calls and make emergency calls when the
keyboard is locked.
To unlock the keyboard
•
On the Home screen, click Unlock and press the
key.
To enable the phone lock
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Settings > Security >
Device lock.
2. Select Prompt if device unused for, then select the
amount of time for the phone to be inactive before
automatically locking.
3. Select the Password type, then enter and confirm your
password.
4. Click Done.
Notes
•
Alternatively, press POWER briefly to display the Quick List and
then select Device lock to configure the phone lock settings.
•
Once you configure the phone lock settings, you can enable
the phone lock from the Quick List directly without configuring
the settings again.
To disable the phone lock
• Click Unlock, then enter the password you have set to
unlock your phone.
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4.7 Restarting Your Phone
Occasionally, you may want to restart your phone, for example,
when a program is not performing properly or the phone is not
responding to any keypresses.
To restart the phone
1. Remove the battery.
2. Reinsert the battery and turn on your phone.
WARNING!
If the phone is restarted while a program is running, any
unsaved work will be lost.
4.8 Resetting Your Phone
Resetting your phone will remove all the data from its memory,
which include contacts, tasks, calendar appointments, and more,
and restore the phone back to the factory default settings.
WARNING!
All your data will be deleted, it is recommended that you
back up your data first before resetting your phone.
To reset your phone
1. Click Start > Settings > Clear Storage.
2. Follow the on-screen instructions to reset the phone.
The phone will restart after it has been reset.
Chapter 5
Getting Connected
5.1 Connecting to the Internet
5.2 Using Internet Explorer Mobile
5.3 Using Internet Sharing
5.4 Using Comm Manager
5.5 Using Bluetooth
5.6 Using Wi-Fi Connection
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5.1 Connecting to the Internet
Your phone’s powerful networking capabilities allow you to
access the Internet or your corporate network at work through
wireless and conventional connections. Specifically, you can
configure your phone to establish a connection via Dial-up,
GPRS, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, Virtual Private Network (VPN), or Proxy.
With an active connection on your phone, you can browse
the Web, download e-mails, or chat using MSN Messenger.
Check with your service provider to see if a connection has
already been set up for you, and if over-the-air configuration is
supported.
If you need to manually set up a connection, it is important that
you obtain the following information from your Internet Service
Provider (ISP) or the company whose intranet you are trying to
access:
•
ISP server phone number
•
User name
•
Password
•
Access point name (required for GPRS connection)
•
Domain name (required for accessing a corporate network
or an intranet)
Set up a GPRS connection
GPRS is a non-voice value-added service that allows information
to be sent and received across a mobile telephone network. You
can use GPRS to connect to the Internet or to send and receive
MMS on your phone. When you use GPRS, you will be billed per
KB (Kilobyte) when sending or receiving information.
Note
Check with your service provider how much it charges for its
GPRS service.
If GPRS settings are not preset on your phone, obtain the Access
point name from your wireless service provider. Also, check with
your wireless service provider if a user name and password are
required.
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To set up a GPRS connection
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Settings >
Connections > GPRS.
2. Click Menu > Add.
3. In Description, enter a name for the connection.
4. In Connects to, select The Internet.
5. Enter the name of the GPRS Access point of your wireless
service provider.
6. Enter the appropriate information in the remaining fields,
if required by your wireless service provider.
7. Click Done.
To start browsing the Internet, click Start > Internet
Explorer.
For information about setting up and sending MMS, see
“Using MMS Messages” in Chapter 6.
Set up a dial-up connection
When you use your phone to dial up to your ISP and connect to
the Internet or to your corporate network, you will be billed by
the number of minutes that you use.
To establish a dial-up connection on your phone, you need the
same settings that you normally use when you dial up from your
computer. This includes the ISP server phone number, your user
name and password.
Note
Check with your service provider about this service.
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To set up a dial-up connection for browsing the Internet
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Settings >
Connections > Dial-up.
2. Click Menu > Add.
3. In Description, enter a name for the connection.
4. In Connects to, select The Internet.
5. Enter the appropriate information in the remaining fields.
6. Click Done. To start browsing the Internet, click Start >
Internet Explorer.
To set up a dial-up connection to your corporate network
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Settings >
Connections > Dial-up.
2. Click Menu > Add.
3. In Description, enter a name for the connection.
4. In Connects to, select Work.
5. Enter the appropriate information in the remaining fields.
6. Click Done.
Note
You can also add and set up the following connections:
•
VPN: A VPN connection is used to access your corporate
network using an existing Internet connection.
•
Proxy: A Proxy connection is used to access the Internet using
an existing connection to your corporate or WAP network.
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Advanced options
From the Connections screen, you can access advanced options
to specify the service provider, the number of redial attempts,
the amount of idle time to wait before disconnecting, and so on.
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Settings >
Connections.
2. Click Menu > Advanced.
3. Select a network service provider for each connection
type. You can choose Automatic to allow the phone to set
a service provider for each connection by default.
4. Click Menu > Options.
5. Choose the appropriate information in the remaining
fields.
6. Click Done.
Add a URL exception
Some URLs for Web pages on your company intranet may use
periods, for example: intranet.companyname.com. To view
these pages in Internet Explorer Mobile, you must create a URL
exception.
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Settings >
Connections.
2. Click Menu > Advanced.
3. Click Menu > Work URL Exceptions.
4. Click Menu > Add.
5. In URL Pattern, enter the URL name.
To add multiple URLs, use a semicolon (;).
6. Click Done.
Note
You do not need to create URL exceptions for Internet URLs.
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5.2 Using Internet Explorer Mobile
Internet Explorer Mobile is a full-featured Internet browser,
optimized for use on your phone.
To open Internet Explorer
Do one of the following:
•
On the Home screen, click Start > Internet Explorer.
•
Press
.
To go to a link
1. While on a Web page, scroll vertically or horizontally to see
all available links.
2. Click the link.
To go to a Web page
1. In Internet Explorer, click Menu > Address Bar.
2. Enter the address, and click Go.
To change Web page display options
1. While on a Web page, click Menu > View.
2. Select one of the following:
•
One Column. Arranges the content into one column
that is as wide as the screen. This means that you will
rarely have to scroll horizontally.
•
Default. Maintains a layout similar to what you see
on a desktop computer, but makes items smaller and
arranges the content so that you can see most of it
without having to scroll horizontally.
•
Desktop. Keeps the same layout and size as on a
desktop computer, which will require both horizontal
and vertical scrolling.
To change the size of text on Web pages
• While on a Web page, click Menu > Zoom and select the
size you want.
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To show or hide pictures on Web pages
•
While on a Web page, click Menu > View > Show Pictures.
A check mark next to Show Pictures indicates that
pictures will be displayed on Web pages.
To view a page in full-screen mode
• While on a Web page, click Menu > View > Full Screen.
Tip
To exit full-screen mode, press any of the SOFT KEYs, and then
click Menu > View > Full Screen to cancel the selection.
To add a Web page to the Favorites list
1. To go to the page you want to add, click Menu > Address
Bar, enter the address, and click Go.
2. Click Menu > Add to Favorites.
3. Confirm or change the name and Web page address.
4. In Folder, select a folder for the favorite.
5. Click Add.
Tip
A quick way to add favorites to your phone is to synchronize
with your PC using ActiveSync. For more information, see
ActiveSync Help on your PC.
To view a favorite
1. While on a Web page, click Favorites.
2. Select a favorite, and click Go.
To move a favorite to a folder
1. Click Favorites.
2. Select the favorite to move.
3. Click Menu > Edit.
4. Under Folder, scroll to the folder to which you want to
move the favorite.
5. Click Done.
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To clear history, cookies, or temporary files
1. While on a Web page, click Menu > Tools > Options.
2. Click Memory.
3. Select the type of memory to clear.
4. Click Clear, click Yes, and then click Done.
To send a link via e-mail
1. Go to the desired Web page.
2. Click Menu > Tools > Send Link via E-mail.
3. Select Text Messages or Outlook E-mail.
4. A new message is created with the page address inserted
in the message body.
5.3 Using Internet Sharing
With Internet Sharing, you can use your phone as an external
modem for another device, such as a PDA or notebook
computer.
Notes
• Make sure your phone has a USIM/SIM card installed, and you
have set up a GPRS or phone dial-up modem connection on
your phone. If your phone has not been set up with a data
connection yet, click Menu > Connection Settings on the
Internet Sharing screen. For more information about setting
up a GPRS connection, see "Set up a GPRS connection".
For more information about setting up a phone dial-up
connection, see "Set up a dial-up connection".
•
If you want to use a USB cable connection, you must first
install Microsoft ActiveSync version 4.2 or later on the
computer.
•
Before using Internet Sharing, disable ActiveSync on your
computer. To disable ActiveSync, open ActiveSync and
click File > Connection Settings and clear Allow USB
Connections.
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Set up the phone as a modem
To set up the phone as a USB modem
1. On your phone, click Start > Expert > Internet Sharing.
2. In the PC Connection list, select USB.
3. In the Network Connection list, select the name of
connection that your phone uses to connect to the
Internet.
4. Plug in the USB cable between your phone and the
computer.
5. Click Connect.
To end the Internet connection
• On the Internet Sharing screen, click Disconnect.
To set up the phone as a Bluetooth modem
You can connect your phone to a computer through Bluetooth
and use the phone as a modem for the computer.
To learn how to set up the phone as a Bluetooth modem, see
“Use the phone as a Bluetooth modem” in this chapter.
5.4 Using Comm Manager
Comm Manager acts like a central switch that lets you enable or
disable phone features as well as manage your data connections
easily.
To open Comm Manager:
Do one of the following:
•
Click Start > Comm Manager.
•
Press
and
.
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Simply click the corresponding button to enable or disable a
feature.
1.
Click to toggle between enabling or disabling the phone. Click
Settings > Phone to access phone settings.
2.
Click to toggle between turning on or off Bluetooth. See “Using
Bluetooth” for details. Click Settings > Bluetooth Settings to
configure Bluetooth on your phone.
3.
Click to toggle between turning on or off Wi-Fi. Click Settings >
WLAN Settings to configure Wi-Fi on your phone. See “Using Wi-Fi
Connection” for details.
4.
Click to toggle between automatically receiving (as items arrive)
or manually retrieving Outlook e-mails. For more information, see
“To receive e-mails and synchronize other information instantly”
in Chapter 3.
5.
Click to stop active data services (e.g. GPRS). You cannot reconnect
data services in Comm Manager.
6.
Click to toggle between turning on the phone's ringer or setting it
to vibration/mute mode.
7.
Click to open ActiveSync so you can synchronize the phone and
computer. For more information about the configuration settings
for ActiveSync, see Chapter 3.
8.
Click to toggle between turning on or off Flight mode. Turning on
Flight mode turns off the phone, Bluetooth and WLAN functions.
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5.5 Using Bluetooth
Bluetooth is a short-range wireless communications technology.
Phones with Bluetooth capabilities can exchange information
within a distance of about 10 meters without requiring a
physical connection. You can even beam information to a device
in a different room, as long as it is within the Bluetooth signal
coverage range.
Bluetooth can be used in the following ways:
•
Beam information, such as files, appointments, tasks,
and contact cards, between devices that have Bluetooth
capabilities.
•
Synchronize information between your phone and
computer via Bluetooth.
•
Use a Bluetooth-enabled headset (or other Bluetoothenabled hands-free device such as a car kit) with your
phone for hands-free phone conversations. A Bluetooth
stereo headset can also be used for listening to music.
•
Use a Bluetooth service. Once you connect your phone
to another device or computer using Bluetooth, you can
locate and use any of the services available on that device.
•
Use your phone as a Bluetooth modem for a computer.
Bluetooth modes
Bluetooth on your phone operates in three different modes:
1. On. Bluetooth is turned on. Your phone can detect other
Bluetooth-enabled devices, but not vice versa.
2. Off. Bluetooth is turned off. In this mode, you can neither
send nor receive information using Bluetooth. You might
want to turn off the radio at times to conserve battery
power, or in situations where radio use is prohibited, such
as onboard an aircraft and in hospitals.
3. Visible. Bluetooth is turned on, and all other Bluetoothenabled devices within range can detect your phone.
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Note
By default, Bluetooth is turned off. If you turn it on, and then
turn off your phone, Bluetooth also turns off. When you turn on
your phone again, Bluetooth automatically turns on.
To turn on or off Bluetooth on your phone
You can enable Bluetooth by clicking the On/Off switch in Comm
Manager. You can also do the following:
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Settings >
Connections > Bluetooth.
2. In Bluetooth, select On.
3. Click Done.
To turn off Bluetooth capabilities on your phone, in Bluetooth,
select Off.
To make your phone visible
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Settings >
Connections > Bluetooth.
2. In Bluetooth, select Visible.
3. Enter a Bluetooth phone name for your phone. This will be
the phone name that will be shown on another Bluetoothenabled device when it searches and detects your phone.
4. Click Done.
Note
Selecting the Visible option on the Bluetooth screen also turns
on Bluetooth.
Bluetooth partnerships
A Bluetooth partnership is a relationship that you create
between your phone and another Bluetooth-enabled device in
order to exchange information in a secure manner.
Creating a partnership between two devices involves entering
the same passcode on both devices, and this is a one-time
process. Once a partnership is created, the devices can recognize
the partnership and exchange information without entering a
passcode again. Make sure the two devices are within a range,
and Bluetooth is turned on and in visible mode.
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To create a Bluetooth partnership
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Settings >
Connections > Bluetooth.
2. Click Menu > Devices.
3. Click Menu > New to search for a new device.
Your phone searches for other Bluetooth-enabled devices
and lists them.
4. Select the desired device name in the list.
5. Click Next.
6. Enter a passcode (1 up to 16 characters) to establish a
secure connection, then click Next.
7. Wait for the paired device to accept the partnership:
•
If you are creating a Bluetooth partnership between
your phone and another Bluetooth-enabled Pocket PC
or phone, the receiving party needs to enter the same
passcode that you specified.
•
If you are creating a Bluetooth partnership between
your phone and computer, a balloon message will
appear at the bottom-right of the computer screen,
prompting your computer to accept the partnership.
Click the message, then enter the passcode.
8. On your phone, a message will appear, indicating that your
phone has connected with the paired device. Click OK.
9. The name of the paired device is then displayed. You may
edit and enter a new name for that device, then click Next.
10. Select the check boxes of services that you want to use
from the paired device. Click Done.
To accept a Bluetooth partnership
1. Ensure that Bluetooth is turned on and in visible mode.
2. Click Yes when prompted to establish a partnership with
the other device.
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3. Enter a passcode (the same passcode that is entered on
the device requesting the partnership) to establish a
secure connection.
The passcode must be between 1 and 16 characters.
4. Click Next.
5. A message pops up, indicating that your phone has
connected with the paired device. Click OK.
6. The name of the paired device is then displayed. You may
edit and enter a new name for that device, then click Next.
7. Select the check boxes of services that you want to use
from the paired device.
8. Click Done.
You can now exchange information with the other device.
To change the display name of a Bluetooth device
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Settings >
Connections > Bluetooth.
2. Click Menu > Devices.
3. Select a detected Bluetooth device.
4. Click Menu > Edit.
5. Enter a new display name for the Bluetooth device, then
click Next.
6. Click Done.
To delete a Bluetooth partnership
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Settings >
Connections > Bluetooth.
2. Click Menu > Devices.
3. Select a Bluetooth device.
4. Click Menu > Delete.
5. Click Done.
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Connect a Bluetooth hands-free or stereo
headset
For hands-free phone conversations, you can use a Bluetooth
hands-free headset such as a car kit with your phone.
Your phone also supports A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution
Profile) which is for stereo audio over Bluetooth. This means that
you can use a Bluetooth stereo headset with your phone for
hands-free phone conversations as well as for listening to stereo
music. Make sure that your stereo headset also supports A2DP.
Just like when connecting to any Bluetooth device, you also
need to enter a passcode when connecting to a Bluetooth
hands-free or stereo headset. The passcode is fixed and cannot
be changed on a Bluetooth headset. Before you connect it with
your phone, check for the proper passcode in the manufacturer’s
documentation.
To connect a Bluetooth hands-free or stereo headset
1. Make sure that both your phone and the Bluetooth
headset are turned on and within close range, and
that the headset is visible. Refer to the manufacturer’s
documentation to find out how to set the headset in
visible mode.
2. On the Home screen, click Start > Settings >
Connections.
3. Click Bluetooth > Menu > Devices.
4. Click Menu > New. Your device searches for other
Bluetooth-enabled devices and displays them in the list.
5. Select the name of the headset, and click Next.
6. In Passcode, enter the alphanumeric passcode for the
Bluetooth headset, then click Next.
7. Select the check box for the Hands Free service, and click
Done.
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Note
If the Bluetooth stereo headset becomes disconnected, turn
the headset on and repeat steps 1 to 3 above. Select the stereo
headset and click Menu > Set as Wireless Stereo.
Beam information using Bluetooth
You can beam information, such as contacts, calendar items, and
tasks, as well as files from your phone to your computer or to
another Bluetooth-enabled device.
Note
If your computer does not have built-in Bluetooth capabilities,
you need to connect and use a Bluetooth adapter or dongle on
your computer.
To beam information from your phone to a computer
1. Set Bluetooth on your phone to visible mode. For
information about this, see “To make your phone visible”.
2. Next, set Bluetooth on your computer to visible mode,
create a Bluetooth partnership, and then enable your
computer to receive Bluetooth beams.
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If your computer has Windows XP SP2 and your computer’s
built-in or external Bluetooth adapter is supported by
Windows XP SP2, do the following steps:
a. On your computer, open Bluetooth Devices from the
Control Panel and click the Options tab.
b. Select the Turn discovery on and the Allow Bluetooth
devices to connect to this computer options.
c. Create a Bluetooth partnership between your phone
and computer. For information about creating a
partnership, see “Bluetooth partnerships”.
d. In the Options tab of Bluetooth Devices, select Show
the Bluetooth icon in the notification area.
e. To enable your computer to receive Bluetooth beams,
right-click the Bluetooth icon at the bottom-right
of your computer screen. A menu then opens. Click
Receive a File.
Whereas if the Bluetooth adapter on your computer
was installed using a third-party provided driver, do the
following steps:
a. Open the Bluetooth software that came with
the Bluetooth adapter. This software varies by
manufacturer, but in most cases, you will find a
Bluetooth Configuration utility which you can open
from the Control Panel.
b. Click the Accessibility tab in the Bluetooth
Configuration dialog box, then select Let other
Bluetooth devices to discover this computer.
c. Create a Bluetooth partnership between your phone
and computer. For information about creating a
partnership, see “Bluetooth partnerships”.
d. Refer to the Bluetooth adapter’s documentation for
instructions on how to enable your computer to
receive Bluetooth beams.
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3. Now you are ready to beam. On your phone, select an
item to beam. The item can be an appointment in your
calendar, a task, a contact card, or a file.
4. Click Menu > Beam [type of item].
5. Select the device name to which you want to beam to.
6. Click Beam.
7. If you beamed a calendar, task, or contact item to your
computer and it is not automatically added to Outlook,
click File > Import and Export to import it to Microsoft
Outlook on your computer.
To beam information to a Bluetooth-enabled device such as
another phone, create a Bluetooth partnership and do steps 3 to
6 in the above procedure.
Notes • If the computer or device you want to beam to cannot be
detected by your phone, make sure that it is turned on, visible,
and within close range of your phone.
• The default folder on your computer where beamed items are
stored may be
C:\Documents and Settings\your_username\My Documents.
• If your computer’s Bluetooth adapter was installed using a
third-party provided driver, the folder location where it stores
beamed items will be indicated in the Information Exchange
tab of the Bluetooth Configuration utility.
Bluetooth Explorer and Bluetooth file sharing
Bluetooth Explorer searches for other Bluetooth devices that
have file sharing enabled and lets you access their Bluetooth
shared folder. You can copy files from and to their shared folder,
and create subfolders in it. When you enable Bluetooth file
sharing on your device, other Bluetooth-enabled devices will
also be able to access your Bluetooth shared folder.
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To enable Bluetooth Explorer and Bluetooth file sharing
on your phone
1. Click Start > Settings > Connections > Bluetooth >
Menu > FTP.
2. Select the Enable Bluetooth Explorer check box. This
makes the /Bluetooth phone folder visible in File Explorer.
3. Select the Enable File Sharing check box. Click Browse to
change the folder to share.
To use Bluetooth Explorer
1. Bluetooth Explorer is integrated with the File Explorer
program. You can open it by clicking Start > Programs >
Bluetooth Explorer or by clicking the Bluetooth folder
under the My Device folder in File Explorer.
2. Bluetooth Explorer then scans for other Bluetooth-enabled
devices. From the list, select a Bluetooth device you want
to connect to. You may need to enter a passcode in order
for you to connect to the device.
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3. If there are files contained in the Bluetooth shared folder
on the other device, you will be able to see them on the
Bluetooth Explorer screen.
Select a file and click Menu > Edit and choose to cut or
copy the files.
4. Click Up twice.
5. Navigate to the folder where you want to paste the files on
your device, then click Menu > Edit > Paste.
Use the phone as a Bluetooth modem
You can connect your phone to a notebook or desktop computer
through Bluetooth and use the phone as a modem for the
computer.
For the computer to use the Internet connection of your phone,
activate Internet Sharing on your phone, then set up a Bluetooth
Personal Area Network (PAN) between the computer and your
phone.
1. On your phone, turn on Bluetooth and set it to Visible
mode.
2. Initiate a Bluetooth partnership from your phone by
following the steps in “To create a Bluetooth partnership.“
Alternatively, you can initiate a Bluetooth partnership from
the computer by following these steps (based on Windows
XP SP2):
a. In the Control Panel or System Tray, double-click the
Bluetooth Devices icon.
b. In the Bluetooth Devices window, click Add.
c. The Add Bluetooth Device Wizard opens. Select the My
device is set up and ready to be found check box,
then click Next.
d. The wizard then detects your phone and displays its
name in the dialog box. Select the phone name, then
click Next.
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e. Select Let me choose my own passkey, then enter
a passkey (1 up to 16 digits) that will serve as an
identification number for establishing a secure
connection between your phone and the computer.
Click Next.
f. A confirmation message then appears on your phone.
Click Yes to accept the connection, enter the same
passcode, then click Next.
g. On the computer, click Finish to exit the wizard.
h. On your phone’s Partnership Settings screen, you can
change the display name for the computer, then click
Finish.
3. Now, open the Internet Sharing program on your phone.
Click Start > Expert > Internet Sharing.
4. Select Bluetooth PAN as the PC Connection.
5. From the Network Connection list, select the name of
the connection that your phone uses to connect to the
Internet.
6. Click Connect.
7. On your computer, set up a Bluetooth Personal Area
Network (PAN) with your phone:
a. Click Start > Control Panel > Network Connections.
b. Under Personal Area Network, click the Bluetooth
Network Connection icon.
c. Under Network Tasks, click View Bluetooth network
devices.
d. In the Bluetooth Personal Area Network Devices dialog
box, select your phone, then click Connect.
8. On the Internet Sharing screen on your phone, check if a
connected status is displayed, which indicates that your
computer has been successfully connected to the Internet
using your phone as a Bluetooth modem.
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5.6 Using Wi-Fi Connection
Wi-Fi provides wireless Internet access over distances of up to
100 meters. To use Wi-Fi on your phone, you need access to a
wireless access point of your service provider. When you are in
public places, such as in a coffee shop or restaurant, you will
need access to their public wireless access points (also referred
to as “hotspots”).
Note
The availability and range of your phone’s Wi-Fi signal depends
on the number, infrastructure, and other objects through which
the signal passes.
To connect to an existing Wi-Fi network
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Comm Manager.
This opens the Comm Manager screen.
2. Click the WLAN icon. The WLAN icon is then highlighted to
indicate that WLAN is turned on.
Note
If a connection is not detected, continue with the following
steps.
3. Click Menu > WLAN Settings to open the WLAN Settings
screen.
4. Select Wi-Fi to view a list of active Wi-Fi networks.
5. Select an active Wi-Fi network from the list.
6. Click Connect to connect to the selected Wi-Fi network.
You can also configure settings for connecting to a WiFi network by clicking Menu > Edit. You can specify
the network key and required information on the Wi-Fi
Connections screen.
7. Click Done on the Wi-Fi screen.
Notes • Wi-Fi connects to the default network that is available on your
phone. However, GPRS starts by default if your phone does not
detect any Wi-Fi signal.
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• In Comm Manager, click Settings > WLAN Settings >
Connection Status to check the current connection status
and signal quality of each Wi-Fi channel.
• Configure your phone so that the Wi-Fi function turns off
automatically when no signal is detected to conserve battery
power. In Comm Manager, click Settings > WLAN Settings >
Wi-Fi > Menu > Wi-Fi Settings.
To create a new Wi-Fi connection
If the Wi-Fi connection you want to connect to is not in the list,
you can create a new Wi-Fi connection. Before you start, make
sure you have all the relevant data about the Wi-Fi connection
you want to connect to.
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Settings >
Connections > WLAN Settings > Wi-Fi > New.
2. Enter the Network name and Network type and click
Next.
Note
If you want only to connect directly to another device or
computer, and not to a network through an access point, select
This is a device to device (ad-hoc) connection.
3. Select the Authentication type and Data encryption and
then click Next. For WPA authentication or TKP, AES, or
WEP data encryption, enter the needed information in the
remaining fields.
4. Select Use IEEE 802.1x network access control to use
Extensible Authentication Protocol (EAP). Select the EAP
type based on the type of authentication. Click Finish.
To increase security on the Wi-Fi network
The LEAP (Lightweight Extensible Authentication Protocol)
feature of Comm Manager helps increase security on your
phone, and ensures that nobody is able to access your network
without your permission.
1. On the WLAN Settings screen, select LEAP.
2. Click Menu > New.
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Note
By default, the LEAP screen displays data that you entered
previously. However, you can modify or delete the data as
required by clicking Menu > Modify or Menu > Delete on the
LEAP screen.
3. Enter the SSID (Service Set Identifier).
You can obtain this information from your wireless service
provider.
4. Enter the user name, password, and domain.
5. Select an Authentication Type.
By default, the Authentication Type for your phone is
Open System authentication.
Note
For LEAP to work correctly, the receiving phone (your phone)
must be set with the same SSID, user name, and password as the
access point.
Chapter 6
Exchanging Messages
and Using Outlook
6.1 Using E-mail and Text Messages
6.2 Using MMS Messages
6.3 Using Pocket MSN
6.4 Using Calendar
6.5 Using Contacts
6.6 Using Tasks
6.7 Using Voice Notes
6.8 Using Voice Recorder
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6.1 Using E-mail and Text Messages
Messaging is where all of your e-mail accounts and your text
message account are located. You can send and receive Outlook
e-mail, Internet e-mail through an Internet service provider (ISP),
and text messages. You can also access e-mail from work using a
virtual private network (VPN) connection.
Set up Outlook E-mail
When starting ActiveSync on your computer for the first time,
the Synchronization Setup Wizard prompts you to set up a
synchronization relationship. This allows you to synchronize
Outlook e-mail and other information between your phone
and your computer or the Exchange Server. If you have already
set up synchronization through the wizard, then your phone is
ready to send and receive Outlook e-mail. For information about
the Synchronization Setup Wizard, see “To install and set up
ActiveSync on the computer” in Chapter 3.
If you have not set up a synchronization relationship yet, do the
following to set up your phone to synchronize Outlook e-mail:
1. To set up and connect to an over-the-air connection
(GPRS or ISP dial-up) to synchronize remotely, follow the
procedures in “Connecting to the Internet” in Chapter 5.
2. Disconnect your phone from your computer or LAN. (If
you have an over-the-air connection, there is no need to
disconnect.)
3. Click Start > ActiveSync.
4. If you want to synchronize e-mails directly with the
Exchange Server on a private network such as your
corporate network, follow the steps in “Synchronize
Outlook information with Exchange Server” in Chapter 3.
5. Choose which information types to synchronize. Make
sure E-mail is selected. For details, follow the steps in “To
change which information is synchronized” in Chapter 3.
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Every time you want to manually send or receive Outlook e-mail
on your phone, just connect your phone to your computer, LAN,
or over-the-air connection, then click Sync on the ActiveSync
screen or click Menu > Send/Receive in Outlook on your phone.
For details about scheduling automatic synchronization or
setting a synchronization time with the Exchange Server, see
“Schedule synchronization with Exchange Server” in Chapter 3.
Set up a POP3/IMAP4 e-mail account
You need to set up an e-mail account that you have with an
Internet service provider (ISP) or an account that you access
using a VPN server connection (typically a work account) before
you can send and receive e-mail.
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Messaging > New
Account.
2. In Your e-mail provider, select Other (POP3/IMAP) and
click Next.
3. In Your name, enter your display name for e-mail
messages.
4. In E-mail address, enter the e-mail address for this
account.
5. Select Attempt to obtain e-mail settings from the
Internet and click Next.
Auto configuration attempts to download necessary e-mail
server settings so that you do not need to enter them manually.
If the account is set up successfully, you will be prompted to
send and receive e-mail.
If Auto configuration is unsuccessful or you have an account
you access using a VPN server connection, contact your ISP or
network administrator for the following information and enter it
manually:
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Setting
User name
Description
Enter the user name assigned to you by your ISP or network
administrator. This is often the first part of your e-mail
address, which appears before the at sign (@).
Password
Choose a strong password. You have the option to save
your password so you do not need to enter it each time you
connect to your e-mail server.
Domain
Not required for an account with an ISP. May be required for
a work account.
Server type
Select POP3 or IMAP4.
Account name
Enter a unique name for the account, such as “Work” or
“Home.” This name cannot be changed later.
Network
Enter the type of network your e-mail server connects to.
Incoming server Enter the name of your e-mail server (POP3 or IMAP4).
Require SSL
Select this to ensure you always receive e-mail for this
connection
account using an SSL connection. This enables you to
receive personal information more securely. Please note
that if you select this and your ISP does not support an
SSL connection, you will not be able to connect to receive
e-mail.
Outgoing server Enter the name of your outgoing e-mail server (SMTP).
Outgoing
Select this if your outgoing e-mail server (SMTP) requires
server requires authentication. Your user name and password from above
authentication
will be used.
Outgoing server Your outgoing e-mail server may require different
settings
authentication settings than your incoming e-mail server.
Use different
Select this if your outgoing e-mail server requires a different
user name for
user name and password than the ones you entered before.
outgoing server
User name
Password
Domain
Require SSL
connection
(Outgoing mail
server only)
Enter your user name for the outgoing e-mail server.
Enter your password for the outgoing e-mail server.
Enter the domain of the outgoing e-mail server.
Select this to ensure you always send e-mail from this
account using an SSL connection. This enables you to
send personal information more securely. Please note that
if you select this and your ISP does not support an SSL
connection, you will not be able to send e-mail.
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Send and receive messages
To compose and send an e-mail or text message
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Messaging.
2. Select an e-mail account, or select Text Messages and
click Select.
3. Click New.
4. Enter the e-mail address or phone number of one or more
recipients, separating them with a semicolon (;). To access
addresses and phone numbers from Contacts, in To, press
the CENTER OK button and select a recipient from the list.
5. Enter a message.
6. Click Send.
Note
If you are working offline, e-mail messages are moved to the
Outbox folder and will be sent the next time you connect. Text
messages are sent immediately.
Tips
•
To set the priority of an e-mail message, click Menu > Message
Options.
•
To cancel any message, click Menu > Cancel Message.
•
If you are sending a text message and want to know if it was
received, before sending the message, click Menu > Message
Options. Select Request message delivery notification.
To reply to or forward a message
1. From an open message, click Reply, or click Menu >
Reply All or Forward.
2. Enter a message in the message area.
3. Click Send.
Notes
•
If you are replying to or forwarding e-mail from Outlook E-mail,
you will send less data if you do not edit the original message.
This may reduce data transfer costs based on your rate plan.
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•
Save your SMS messages to your USIM/SIM card by clicking
Menu > Copy to SIM.
•
Copy SMS messages saved on your USIM/SIM card to the Inbox
by clicking Menu > Copy to Inbox. Copying them to your
phone results in duplicate messages in the Inbox folder when
the USIM/SIM card is in use.
This icon
next to a message indicates that it is saved on the
USIM/SIM card.
To exclude your e-mail address when replying to all
When you reply to all the recipients of an e-mail, your own
e-mail address will also be added to the recipient list. You
can customize ActiveSync so that your e-mail address will be
excluded from the recipient list.
1. On the Home screen, click Start > ActiveSync.
2. Click Menu > Options.
3. Select E-mail, and click Settings.
4. Click Menu > Advanced.
5. In the Primary e-mail address text box, enter your e-mail
address.
6. Click Done.
To add an attachment to an e-mail message
1. In a new message, click Menu > Insert and then click
Picture or Voice Note.
2. Select the picture you want to attach, or record a voice
note.
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To download attachments
• In an open message with an attachment, select the
attachment. The attachment is downloaded the next time
you synchronize or connect to your e-mail server and send
and receive e-mail.
Download messages
The manner in which you download messages depends on the
type of account you have:
•
To send and receive e-mail for an Outlook E-mail account,
begin synchronization using ActiveSync. For more
information, see “Set up Outlook e-mail” in this chapter.
•
To send and receive e-mail messages for an e-mail account
that you have with an Internet Service Provider (ISP) or
that you access using a VPN server connection (typically
a work account), download messages through a remote
e-mail server. For more information, see "To download
messages from the server" below.
•
Text messages are automatically received when your
phone is turned on. When your phone is turned off,
messages are held by your service provider until you turn
on your phone again.
To download messages from the server
To send and receive e-mail messages for an e-mail account that
you have with an Internet Service Provider (ISP) or that you
access using a VPN server connection (typically a work account),
you first need to connect to the Internet or your corporate
network, depending on the account.
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Messaging.
2. Select the e-mail account.
3. Click Menu > Send/Receive. The messages on your
phone and e-mail server are synchronized as follows:
new messages are downloaded to the phone Inbox
folder, messages in the phone Outbox folder are sent,
and messages that have been deleted from the server are
removed from the phone Inbox folder.
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Tip
If you want to download the entire message, select the message
and click Menu > Download Message. The remainder of the
message will be downloaded the next time you send and
receive e-mail.
Individually sign and encrypt a message
Encrypting an Outlook e-mail message protects the privacy
of the message by converting it from plain, readable text
into cipher (scrambled) text. Only the recipient who has the
authorization key can decipher the message.
Digitally signing a message applies your certificate with the
authorization key to the message. This proves to the recipient
that the message is from you and not from an imposter or a
hacker, and that the message has not been altered.
To digitally sign and encrypt a new message
1. In the message list, select Outlook E-mail.
2. Click New.
3. Click Menu > Message Options.
4. In the Security field, select the Encrypt message and
Sign message check boxes and click Done.
Verify the digital signature on a signed message
you receive
To verify a digital signature in the message that you receive, do
the following:
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1. Open the Outlook e-mail message that has been digitally
signed.
2. At the top of the message, click View Signature Status.
3. Click Menu > Check Certificate.
4. To view the details of the certificate in the message, click
Menu > View Certificate.
Note
There can be several reasons why a digital signature is not valid.
For example, the sender’s certificate may have expired, it may
have been revoked by the certificate authority, or the server
that verifies the certificate is unavailable. Contact the sender to
report the problem.
Manage folders
Each Messaging account has its own folder hierarchy with five
default Messaging folders: Inbox, Outbox, Deleted Items, Drafts,
and Sent Items. The messages you receive and send through
the account are stored in these folders. You can also create
additional folders within each hierarchy. Folders for e-mail
accounts behave differently depending on the type of e-mail
account you have.
If you set up an Outlook E-mail account to sync with Exchange
Server or a desktop PC, e-mail messages in the Inbox folder in
Outlook will be synchronized automatically with your phone.
You can select to synchronize additional folders by designating
them for synchronization. The folders you create and the
messages you move will then be mirrored on the e-mail server.
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For example, if you move two messages from the Inbox folder
to a folder named Family, and you have designated Family for
synchronization, the server creates a copy of the Family folder
and copies the messages to that folder. You can then read the
messages while you are away from your PC. You can only create
and delete folders on devices when you are connected to an
Exchange e-mail server.
Similar to the Outlook account, if you set up an account to send
and receive mail using an IMAP4 e-mail server, all messages
on the phone are copies of the messages on the server. The
folders you create locally on the phone and the e-mail messages
you move to these folders are mirrored on the e-mail server.
Moving a message on the phone moves the copy on the server
the next time you send and receive e-mail for that account.
Therefore, messages are available to you anytime you connect
to your e-mail server, whether it is from your phone or PC. This
synchronization of folders occurs whenever you connect to your
e-mail server, create new folders, or rename/delete folders when
connected. You can also set different download options for each
folder.
If you set up an account to send/receive mail using a POP3
e-mail server, e-mail messages you move to the Deleted Items
folder on the phone will break the link between the messages
on the phone and their copies on the e-mail server. The next
time you connect to send and receive mail, the e-mail server will
detect the messages that are in the Deleted Items folder on the
phone and will delete those messages from the e-mail server. All
other messages in other folders remain on both the phone and
the e-mail server.
6.2 Using MMS Messages
Creating and sending Multimedia Message Service (MMS)
messages to your friends and family is fun and easy. You can
include or capture photos or video clips, include or record audio,
add text, then send them along with your MMS message.
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To access MMS
Do any of the following:
•
On the Home screen, click Start > Messaging > MMS.
•
From the Pictures & Videos program, select a picture in
My Pictures, and click Menu > Send. Select MMS as the
messaging account to send the picture along with the
message.
•
From the Camera program, capture a photo or an MMS
video clip and click (
MMS and click Send.
). In the menu, select Send via
To access MMS message folders
• Click Start > Messaging > MMS, then click Menu >
Folders.
MMS Message Folders
Edit MMS settings
When you send an MMS message, an SMS notification message
will first be sent to the recipient, while your MMS message will
be temporarily stored on an MMS server of your wireless service
provider. When others send you an MMS message, similarly, the
MMS message will be stored on the MMS server, waiting for you
to retrieve it. Hence, your phone must be configured with the
location of the MMS server for you to be able to send and receive
MMS messages on your phone.
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When you purchase your phone, it is already preset with your
wireless service provider’s MMS server settings. If you accidentally
lost the preset settings or you changed to another wireless service
provider, follow the steps below to configure MMS settings.
To configure MMS settings
1. On the MMS main screen, click Menu > Options >
Account Settings to open the Preferences screen.
2. Select or clear the provided check boxes according to your
needs. You can choose to keep track of your MMS messages,
retrieve messages immediately, accept or reject messages,
request a delivery or read receipt. You can also specify
a resolution for images you send and message delivery
attempts.
3. On the Preferences screen, click Menu > MMSC Settings >
Edit to access Multimedia Messaging Service Center (MMSC)
settings.
4. Check if your phone is preset with MMS server settings.
If there are no preset settings, click Menu > New on the
MMSC Settings screen and enter the following information,
which you can get from your wireless service provider:
•
Name. A descriptive name, such as your wireless service
provider name.
•
MMSC URL. URL address of the MMS server.
•
WAP Gateway. Location of the MMS server, which is
usually in the form of an IP address.
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•
Port. HTTP port number used for connecting to the
MMS server and for file transfer.
•
Connect Via. Select the connection your phone uses
for MMS.
•
Max. Sending Size. Select the maximum MMS
message size allowed by your wireless service provider.
•
WAP Version. Select either WAP 1.2 or WAP 2.0,
depending on which one is being used by your wireless
service provider.
5. Click Done.
The MMS server settings will then be added as an entry on
the MMS Configuration screen.
Note
If you add several MMS service providers to the MMSC Settings
screen, you can choose one as your default MMS provider. Select
the MMS provider’s name in the list and click Menu > Set as
Default.
Create and send MMS messages
You can compose MMS messages in a combination of various
slides, where each slide can consist of a photo, audio or video
clip, and/or text.
Notes
•
Please note that MMS is a charged service. In order to use
MMS successfully, this has to be provisioned on your mobile
account. Please contact the wireless service provider to have
this provisioned as part of your calling plan.
•
Please ensure the size of the MMS is within the limits of the
wireless service provider if sending to another mobile phone
user or sending to an e-mail address.
To start composing an MMS message
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Messaging > MMS >
New.
2. In To, enter the recipient’s phone number or e-mail
address directly, or press the CENTER OK button to choose
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a phone number or an e-mail address from Contacts. You
can also click Menu > Recipients > Add to add a new
contact entry.
3. In Subject, enter a subject for your message.
4. Click Insert Picture/Video to select a photo or video clip
from the Select Media screen and insert it.
5. Enter text and insert audio clips by clicking the respective
fields.
6. Click Send to send the message.
Note
To send a copy of this message to others, access Cc and Bcc
by clicking Menu > Send Options. In these fields, enter the
recipient‘s phone number or e-mail address or click Menu >
Recipients > Add to add from Contacts.
The following symbols act as shortcuts to some of the options
on the MMS Message screen.
•
Click
to go to the previous slide.
•
Click
to go to the next slide.
Composing an MMS Message
To create an MMS message from a template
• On the blank MMS message screen, click Menu >
Template > New from Template to compose a message
using a predefined template.
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Note
To save a message as a template, create a message or open
an existing message, and click Menu > Template > Save as
Template.
To insert a photo or video clip into an MMS message
You can add either a still image or a video clip to each individual
slide on the MMS message screen.
1. Click Insert Picture/Video to insert a photo or video clip.
2. Select a picture or video clip on the Select Media screen.
This is the My Pictures folder where images and video clips
are displayed in thumbnail view. To navigate to any other
folder containing pictures or videos, click Menu > Change
Folder.
3. Select a photo or video clip using the NAVIGATION
CONTROL, and click Select or Menu > Select to insert it.
On the Select Media screen, you can view the thumbnails in list
view, open an item to view it, or delete an item by clicking Menu
and choosing the appropriate option. You can even discard this
photo or video clip by pressing . To capture a new photo or
video clip and send it immediately with the message, click
Menu > Capture > Picture or Video. The newly captured photo
or video clip is automatically inserted into your message.
To add predefined text to an MMS message
You can instantly add text to any slide from a list of predefined
words or phrases, called My Text.
•
Note
On the MMS message screen, click Insert Text > Menu >
My Text and then click Select to add a text string from the
My Text list.
To edit or delete a phrase on the My Text list, select a text string
and click Menu > Delete. To create and add a new phrase to the
list, click Menu > New.
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To add emoticons or Favorites URLs to an MMS message
Add emoticons or Favorites URLs to your messages.
•
Note
On the MMS message screen, click Insert Text >
Menu > Insert Emoticon or Add Favorite. In the screen
that opens, select the emoticon or URL you want to add
and click Select .
The MMS Favorites list is based on the Internet Explorer Mobile
Favorites list.
To add an audio clip to an MMS message
You can add audio clips to your MMS messages. However, you
can add only one audio clip per slide.
1. Click Insert Audio to insert an audio clip. Select an audio
clip on the Select Audio screen.
Note
By default, the audio clips listed on the Select Audio screen
are from the My Sounds folder. To navigate to any other folder
containing audio clips, click Menu > Change Folder.
2. Select an audio clip using NAVIGATION, and click Select or
Menu > Select to insert it.
Note
You can play and listen to the audio clip by clicking Menu >
Play before you insert it.
Otherwise, to record a new audio clip, click Menu >
Capture Audio. Then click Record to start recording and
Stop to stop recording. Click Play to listen to the new
audio clip you captured, then click Done.
Click Select to add the audio file to the MMS message.
To set options for an MMS message
While composing an MMS message, you can set the following
options for the message by clicking Menu.
Option
Recipients
Insert Media
Allows you to
Specify the phone number or e-mail address of the
recipient(s).
Choose the type of media you want to insert to your
MMS message.
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Option
Remove Media
Slides
Template
Capture
Cancel Message
Attachments
Send via SMS
Preview Message
Options
Background
Text Layout
Send Options
Allows you to
Choose the type of media you want to delete from
the MMS message.
Add and remove slides, view the next or previous
slides, and specify the duration of slides.
Compose a message using a predefined template,
and save a composed or existing message as a
template.
Capture a photo, audio or video clip to be inserted
into the message.
Cancel the message and go back to the MMS
Messaging folders screen.
Choose to attach a vCard, vCalendar, or other file.
Only the text portion of your message will be sent.
All other media will be discarded.
Play back the contents of the MMS message before
sending it.
Choose a background color from the list.
Change the position of the text. Click Menu to
select a text layout.
Specify the message delivery time, validity, priority,
class, and other settings for a message.
View and reply MMS messages
To receive MMS messages
•
On any MMS message folder screen, click Menu > Send/
Receive.
By default, messages are automatically downloaded to
your phone.
To view an MMS message
You can view MMS messages in several ways.
•
Press the CENTER OK button to view and play the message
on your phone. Click Pause or Menu > Stop to pause or
stop the playback of the message.
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•
Click Menu > Object View to see a list of files included in
the message. To open a file, select it and click Open. To
save a file, select it, and click Save, Menu > Save Audio, or
Menu > Save Photo.
•
View each slide included in the message by clicking Menu
> Next.
To reply to an MMS message
• Click Menu > Reply > Reply to reply to the sender of the
message, or click Menu > Reply > Reply All to reply to
all persons listed in the To and CC boxes of the message.
Click Menu > Reply > Forward to forward the message to
someone else.
6.3 Using Pocket MSN
Pocket MSN delivers the features of Hotmail and MSN Messenger
to your phone. With MSN Messenger, you can do the following:
•
Send and receive instant messages.
•
See which contacts are online or offline.
•
Subscribe to status updates for selected contacts so you
know when they come online.
•
Block contacts from seeing your status or sending you
messages.
Before you can use MSN Messenger, your phone must be
connected to the Internet. For information about setting up an
Internet connection, see “Connecting to the Internet” in Chapter
5.
Important Note You must have either a Microsoft .NET Passport or a
Hotmail account to use MSN Messenger. If you have a
Hotmail.com or MSN.com e-mail address, you already
have a Passport. To get a Passport account, go to
http://www.passport.com. To get a Hotmail account, go
to http://www.hotmail.com.
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To start MSN Messenger
On the Home screen, click Start > Pocket MSN > MSN
Messenger.
To sign in or out
• On the main MSN Messenger screen, click Sign In. Enter
the e-mail address and password for your Passport or
Hotmail account, and click Sign In. Signing in may take
several minutes, depending on the connection speed.
•
To sign out, click Menu > Sign Out.
To add or delete contacts
• To add a contact, click Menu > Add Contact, and follow
the instructions on the screen.
•
To delete a contact, select the contact and click Menu >
Delete Contact.
To send an instant message
1. Click the contact to whom you will send a message.
2. Enter your message in the text entry area at the bottom of
the screen, and click Send.
Note
To quickly add common phrases, click Menu > My Text and
select a phrase in the list.
To block or unblock contacts
• To block a contact from seeing your status and sending
you messages, select the contact and click Menu > Block.
•
To unblock a contact, select the contact, and click Menu >
Unblock.
To change your own Messenger status
1. Click your own name at the top of the screen. Your current
status is indicated by a bullet point in the displayed list.
2. Select a status (such as Out To Lunch) from the list.
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To change your display name
1. Click Menu > Options.
2. In My display name, enter the name you want to display
to others in MSN Messenger and click Done.
6.4 Using Calendar
Use Calendar to schedule appointments, including meetings and
other events. Your appointments for the day can be displayed
on the Home screen. If you use Outlook on your PC, you can
synchronize appointments between your phone and PC. You can
also set Calendar to remind you of appointments with a sound
or flashing light, for example.
To schedule an appointment
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Calendar.
2. Click Menu > New Appointment.
3. Enter information about the appointment.
4. To schedule an all-day event, in End time, select All day
event.
5. Click Done.
Note
All-day events do not occupy blocks of time in Calendar; instead,
they appear in banners at the top of the calendar.
To make an appointment recurring
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Calendar.
2. Click the appointment and click Edit.
3. Scroll to Occurs and click one of the recurrence options.
4. Click Done.
To view your schedule
You can view your schedule in three different views: Month,
Week, and Agenda.
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Calendar.
2. Do one of the following:
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•
Click Menu > Month View.
•
Click Menu > Week View.
•
Click Menu > Go to Today, or from Week or Month
view, click Menu > Agenda View.
To send a calendar appointment
You can send a calendar appointment to another phone over
MMS.
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Calendar.
2. Select an appointment, then click Menu > Send as
vCalendar.
3. Enter the recipient in the To line of the MMS message,
then click Send.
Tip
You can also beam an appointment or a calendar item.
6.5 Using Contacts
Contacts is your address book and information storage for the
people and businesses you communicate with. Store phone
numbers, e-mail addresses, home addresses, and any other
information that relates to a contact, such as a birthday or an
anniversary date. You can also add a picture or assign a ring tone
to a contact.
From the contact list, you can quickly communicate with people.
Click a contact in the list for a summary of contact information.
From there, you can call or send a message.
If you use Outlook on your PC, you can synchronize contacts
between your phone and PC.
To create a new contact on your phone
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Contacts > New.
2. Enter information for the new contact.
3. Click Done.
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Tips
•
If someone who is not in your list of contacts calls you or
sends you a message, you can quickly create a contact from
Call History or from the message by clicking Menu > Save to
Contacts.
•
In the list of contact information, you will see where you can
add a picture or assign a ring tone to a contact.
To create a new contact on your USIM/SIM card
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Contacts > Menu >
New SIM Contact.
2. Enter information for the new contact and click Done.
Tip
To manage your USIM/SIM card contacts, use SIM Manager. To
access SIM Manager, click Start > Expert > SIM Manager. SIM
Manager lets you copy contacts from Contacts to the USIM/SIM
card, add USIM/SIM card contents to Contacts, show USIM/SIM
card storage information, edit and delete USIM/SIM card
contacts and more.
To view and edit a contact information
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Contacts.
2. Click the contact whose information you want to view.
3. To edit the information, click Menu > Edit.
4. When finished making changes, click Done.
To call a contact from the contact list
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Contacts.
2. Click the contact to call.
3. Press TALK (
dialed.
Tip
). The contact’s default phone number is
To call a phone number other than the default, click the contact,
scroll to the number you want to dial, and press TALK ( ).
To send an e-mail to a contact
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Contacts.
2. Click the contact.
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3. Click the e-mail address.
4. Select the e-mail account to use.
5. Enter a subject, compose your message, and click Send.
To send a text message to a contact
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Contacts.
2. Click the contact, and click Menu > Send Text Message.
3. Compose your message, and click Send.
To find a contact
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Contacts.
2. If you are not in Name view, click Menu > View By >
Name.
3. Do one of the following:
•
Begin entering a name or phone number of the contact
until the contact is displayed. When you press a key,
such as 4, you find names that begin with D, as well
as phone numbers that start with 4. The next key you
press continues to narrow the search.
•
Filter the list by categories. In the contact list, click
Menu > Filter. Then click a category you’ve assigned
to a contact. To show all contacts again, select All
Contacts.
•
Locate the contact by company. In the contact list, click
Menu > View By, and click Company. Click the
company to see the contacts who work there.
To send contact information of someone to another person
through text message
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Contacts and select the
contact whose information you want to send.
2. Click Menu > Send Contact > Text Message. Select the
contact information that you want to send and click Done.
3. In the new text message, enter the address of the person
to whom you are sending the contact information and
click Send.
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To find a contact online
In addition to having contacts on your phone, you can also
access contact information from your organization’s Global
Address List (GAL). GAL is the address book that contains
all user, group, and distribution list e-mail addresses of your
organization, and it is stored on the Exchange Server. By having
direct online access to it from your phone, it is quick and
easy for you to plan a meeting and e-mail a meeting request
immediately to anyone in your organization.
Access to the GAL is available if your organization is running
Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 SP2 and you have completed
your first synchronization with the Exchange Server.
1. Synchronize with Exchange Server if you have never done
so.
2. Click Start > Contacts > Menu > View By > Name.
3. Do either of the following:
•
In Contacts, click Menu > Find Online.
•
In a new message, in the To box, click Menu > Add
Recipient > Menu > Find Online.
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4. Enter the contact name and click Find. Select one contact
in the result list and click Select.
Notes
•
Your phone must be set up with a data connection.
•
You can search on the following information as long as that
information is included in your organization’s GAL: First name,
Last name, E-mail name, Display name, E-mail address, or Office
location.
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To filter the contact list
Contacts that have categories assigned are displayed in the list
when you filter by category.
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Contacts.
2. Click Menu > Filter.
3. Click a category to filter.
To assign a ring tone to a contact
To easily identify who is calling you, you can assign a custom ring
tone to each contact.
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Contacts.
2. Click the contact you want to assign a ring tone to.
3. Click Menu > Edit.
4. Click Custom ring tone and select the ring tone you want.
5. Click Done.
To assign a picture to a contact
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Contacts.
2. Click the contact.
3. Click Menu > Edit.
4. Click Picture.
5. Click the picture you want to add.
To send a contact’s details
You can send a contact card to another phone over MMS.
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Contacts.
2. Select a contact, then click Menu > Send as vCard.
3. Enter the recipient in To of the MMS message, then click
Send.
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6.6 Using Tasks
Use Tasks to keep track of things you need to do. A task can
occur once or repeatedly (recurring). You can set reminders for
your tasks and you can organize them using categories. Your
tasks are displayed in a task list. Overdue tasks are displayed in
red.
To create a task
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Tasks.
2. In the Enter new task here box, enter the task name and
press the CENTER OK button.
Notes
•
You can synchronize information on your phone with your PC
to keep your task list up to date in both locations.
•
If you create a new task with a reminder on your PC and then
synchronize tasks with your phone, the reminder will play at
the time that was set on your PC.
To delete a task
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Tasks.
2. Select the task, and click Menu > Delete Task.
To locate a task
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Tasks.
2. In the task list, do one of the following:
•
To sort the list, click Menu > Sort by, and click a sort
option.
•
To filter the list by category, click Menu > Filter, and
click the category you want displayed.
Note
Categories appear only in tasks that are synchronized with your
PC.
Tip
To filter your tasks further, click Active Tasks or Completed
Tasks.
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To mark a task as completed
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Tasks.
2. Select the task, and click Complete.
6.7 Using Voice Notes
Use Voice Notes to create short voice recordings. Voice notes
are included in the All Notes list and are named consecutively
(Recording1, Recording2, and so on).
To create a voice note
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Office > Voice Notes.
2. Hold the phone’s microphone near your mouth.
3. Click Record and say your voice note.
4. Click Stop to stop recording a voice note.
To delete a voice note
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Office > Voice Notes.
2. Select the voice note to delete.
3. Click Menu > Delete.
4. Click Yes.
Tip
If you delete a voice note that has a default name, such as
Recording1, this name becomes available for a new voice note.
To listen to a voice note
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Office > Voice Notes.
2. Select the voice note to play, and press the CENTER OK
button.
Tip
To stop listening to the voice note, click Stop while the voice
note is playing.
To use a voice note as a ring tone
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Office > Voice Notes.
2. Select the voice note, and click Menu > Set As Ringtone.
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6.8 Using Voice Recorder
Voice Recorder lets you record a voice clip and quickly send it via
Multimedia Messages.
To record a voice clip
1. On the Home screen, select Start > Voice Recorder.
2. Hold the phone’s microphone near your mouth.
3. Select Record to start recording your voice clip. You can
select Pause to temporarily stop recording. When you
want to continue recording, select Resume.
4. Select Stop to stop recording.
Note
Select Menu > Play to play back the recorded voice clip. If you
are not satisfied with the recording, select Menu > Re-record to
record again.
5. Select Send to automatically open the Multimedia
Message program with the voice note file automatically
inserted as the audio file for the Picture Message.
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Chapter 7
Experiencing Multimedia
7.1 Using Camera and Video Recorder
7.2 Using Pictures & Videos
7.3 Using Windows Media Player
7.4 Using MIDlet Manager
7.5 Using Streaming Media
7.6 Using Audio Manager
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7.1 Using Camera and Video Recorder
Taking photos and shooting video clips with audio are easy with
your phone’s built-in camera.
To open Camera or Video Recorder
Do any of the following:
•
On the Home screen, click Start > Camera.
•
On the Home screen, click Start > Video Recorder.
•
Press the CAMERA button.
To exit Camera or Video Recorder
• Press END ( ).
To capture photos and video clips
You can do one of the following to capture photos and video
clips:
•
Press the CAMERA button to take a photo. Also, press
CAMERA button to start recording video; Press the
CAMERA button again to end the recording.
•
Alternatively, you can press the CENTER OK button on the
NAVIGATION CONTROL to take a picture when you are
capturing a still image. Press this button to start recording
video; press it again to stop recording.
Capture modes
The Camera program lets you capture pictures and video clips
by using various built-in modes. The icon on the top-left corner
of the camera screen displays the active capture mode.
To change the capture mode
•
On the Camera screen, press the Left SOFT KEY
use the NAVIGATION CONTROL to select
select a capture mode from the list.
and
> Mode then
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The available capture modes are as follows:
Capture mode
Function
Photo (
)
Captures standard still images.
Video (
)
Captures video clips, with or without
audio.
MMS Video (
Captures video clips suitable for sending
via MMS.
)
Contacts Picture (
Picture Theme (
Panorama (
Sports (
)
)
)
)
Captures a still image suitable for
assigning as an identification photo to a
contact.
Captures still images and places them
within frames.
Captures a sequence of still images
continuously in one direction, and allows
stitching of all the images to create a
panoramic view of a scenery.
Captures a sequence of still images (3 or 5
frames) automatically for a short duration
at a defined frequency.
Using the above capture modes, the camera captures files in the
following formats:
Capture type
Still Image
Video
MMS Video
Format
JPEG
Motion-JPEG AVI (.avi)
MPEG-4 (.mp4)
H.263 baseline (.3gp)
MPEG-4 (.mp4)
H.263 baseline (.3gp)
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Camera mode icons and indicators
The Camera [Photo] screen
10 9
1
8
2
3
7
4
5 6
1 Capture mode. Indicates the current capture mode.
2 Zoom-ratio. Indicates the current zoom ratio. Press
NAVIGATION up or down to increase or decrease the zoom
level.
3 Camera Settings. Click the left SOFT KEY to open the
Camera Settings screen.
4 Exposure Value (EV). Allows you to adjust the exposure
value from -2 EV to +2 EV (increments of 0.5) by pressing
NAVIGATION left or right.
5 White Balance. Indicates the current white balance
setting.
: Auto;
: Daylight;
: Night;
: Incandescent;
: Fluorescent.
6 Self-timer. Indicates the current self-timer setting while
capturing images. Click the left SOFT KEY
>
>
Self-timer to select the self-timer setting (Off, 2 seconds,
or 10 seconds).
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7 Picture Viewer. Click the right SOFT KEY to view the
picture or video in Pictures & Videos.
8 Remaining Information Indicator. In Photo, Contacts
Picture, Picture Theme, Panorama and Sports, this shows
the remaining, available shots of pictures that you can take
based on current settings. In Video and MMS Video modes,
this shows the remaining duration that can be recorded.
While recording video, this shows the recorded duration.
9 Storage. Indicates where the captured images and video
clips will be saved. The icon indicates the phone’s main
memory; the icon indicates the storage card.
10 Resolution. Indicates the current image or video size
based on the resolution you chose. For the list of available
resolutions, see “Use zooming.”
The Camera [Video] screen
Recording Status
The Recording Status indicator
shows a red, blinking indicator
while video recording is in
progress.
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The Camera [Picture Theme] screen
Progress Indicator
In Picture Theme,
Panorama, and
Sports modes,
this shows the
total number of
consecutive shots.
The Review screen
After capturing image or recording video, the Review screen
appears allowing you to decide the action for the image/video.
Photo, Video, MMS Video,
Panorama and Picture
Theme modes
Contacts Picture mode
Sports mode
Icon
Function
Back. Click to go back to Camera screen.
Delete. Click to remove the captured image or video clip.
Send. Click to send the captured image or video clip to
someone via e-mail or MMS.
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Icon
Function
View. Click to switch to Pictures & Videos to show the still
image, or switch to Windows Media Player to play back the
video clip.
Assign to Contacts. Click to associate the photo to a selected
contact.
Note
After you have taken photos in Sports mode, the total number
of consecutive shots is shown at the lower right corner of
the Review screen. Press NAVIGATION up or down to browse
through the sequence of photos.
Use Still Image capture modes
While using Still Image capture modes such as Photo, Contacts
Picture, and Picture Theme, you can capture a single still
image by pressing the CENTER OK button on the NAVIGATION
CONTROL to capture the image. In Sports mode, press the
CENTER OK button once, then pan your phone to take the shots.
In Panorama mode, press the CENTER OK button each time to
take photos. The number of shots taken for Sports and Panorama
mode depends on the option you set. Still images are captured
and saved in the JPEG format.
While capturing an image in the Picture Theme mode, you can
select a preset template. To browse and choose from different
templates, click the left SOFT KEY
on the Camera screen and
use the NAVIGATION CONTROL to select
. Depending on the
chosen template, one or more photos may need to be taken for
the template.
Use Video capture mode
While using the Video capture mode, press the CENTER OK
button to start recording a video clip (with audio if desired). To
stop recording, press the CENTER OK button again. Your phone
displays the first frame of the captured video clip by default on
the Review screen.
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Before you capture a video clip, click the left SOFT KEY
and
select
> Capture Format to specify the file format. You can
set the encoding format to Motion-JPEG AVI, MPEG-4, or H.263.
You can also specify the recording limit in terms of time or file
size by pressing the left SOFT KEY
and selecting
>
Recording Limit. To change the video resolution, click the left
SOFT KEY
and select
.
Use MMS Video capture mode
While using the MMS Video capture mode, press the CENTER OK
button to start recording a video clip (with audio if desired). To
stop recording, press the CENTER OK button again.
The recording length of MMS video is fixed. The recording
automatically stops when the preset length is reached. However,
you can manually stop recording the video anytime. The time
indicator at the top-right side of the screen indicates the time
limit.
You can specify the encoding format to be either H.263 or MPEG4 by clicking the left SOFT KEY
and selecting
> Capture
Format; however, the ideal format for MMS is H.263 (3GP).
After you capture the video file, click the Send icon (
send the file through MMS.
) to
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Use zooming
Before capturing a still image or a video clip, you can first zoom
in to make the object in focus move closer, and you can zoom
out to make the object move farther away. In all capture modes,
press NAVIGATION up on your phone to zoom in, NAVIGATION
down to zoom out.
The camera zoom range for a picture or video depends on
the capture mode and capture size. The following table is a
summary.
Please note the capture sizes available for certain capture
formats also vary from one capture mode to another. The zoom
range has been calculated based on the following ratio:
• 1.0x = normal size (no zooming)
• 4.0x = four times enlargement
Capture mode
Video and
MMS Video
Photo
Contacts Picture
Picture Theme
Panorama
Sports
• 2.0x = double enlargement
• 10.0x = ten times enlargement
Resolution
Small (128 x 96) (4:3)
Medium (176 x 144) (11:9)
(default)
Small (160 x 120)
Medium (320 x 240)
Large (640 x 480)
1M (1280 x 960)
2M (1600 x 1200) (default)
Small (120 x 160)
Medium (240 x 320)
(default)
Large (480 x 640)
Determined by the
current template
Zoom range
1.0x to 2.0x
1.0x to 2.0x
1.0x to 10.0x
1.0x to 4.0x
1.0x to 2.0x
1.0x to 2.0x
No zooming
1.0x to 4.0x
1.0x to 4.0x
1.0x to 2.0x
Depends on the size of
the currently loaded
template
Small (160 x 120)
1.0x to 10.0x
Medium (320 x 240)
1.0x to 4.0x
Large (640 x 480) (default) 1.0x to 2.0x
Small (160 x 120)
1.0x to 10.0x
Medium (320 x 240)
1.0x to 4.0x
Large (640 x 480) (default) 1.0x to 2.0x
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Use the Camera Menu
Clicking the left SOFT KEY
on the Camera screen allows you
to select various capture modes and customize various settings
for each mode. Use the NAVIGATION CONTROL or the left SOFT
KEY
to go through the available settings. The following table
provides a list of the general options in the menu.
Option
(Panorama
Settings)
Allows you to
Select the Self-timer option for capturing images:
Off, 2 seconds, or 10 seconds. Selecting 2 seconds
or 10 seconds delays the capturing by the specified
time after you press the CENTER OK button.
Select whether to save the file in the device memory
or on the memory card.
Only available in Panorama mode. Direction
determines how the photos will be stitched. Stitch
Count determines how many snapshots will be
taken for the panoramic photo. When Auto Stitch is
On, the camera automatically stitches the snapshots
into one single file. When Off, the snapshots are
saved as separate files.
Only available in Picture Theme mode. Allows you to
select a template to use for Picture Theme mode.
Only available in Sports mode. The Capture Speed
option determines the interval between shots. The
Snapshots option determines how many shots to take
(Sports Settings)
with a single press of the CENTER OK button.
Specify the white balance setting such as Auto,
Daylight, Night, Incandescent, and Fluorescent to
suit the lighting environment. You can also choose a
special effect such as Grayscale, Sepia, or Cool to apply
to your photos or video clips.
Choose the resolution to use. When capturing
images, you can also set the Quality and enable Time
Stamp.
Switch between different capture modes, such as
Photo, Video, Contacts Picture, and more. For details,
see “Capture modes” earlier in this chapter.
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Option
Allows you to
Access more settings that lets you customize the
Camera or Video Recorder functions. For details,
see the following section "Advanced settings of the
Camera Menu."
Advanced settings of the Camera Menu
• Capture Format. Specify the file format for the image/
video.
• Shutter Sound. Choose whether or not you want the
camera to make a shutter sound when you press the
CENTER OK button to take photos or record video clips.
• Keep Backlight. Choose whether to turn the backlight on
or off while using the camera. This overrides your device
backlight settings while you are using the camera.
• Review Duration. Set a time length for displaying the
captured image/video on the Review screen before
automatically saving it and returning to the live Camera
screen. Select No Limit if you do not want to impose a time
limit.
• Show control. Select On or Off to display or hide the
indicators on the Camera screen.
• Flicker Adjustment. When taking indoor shots, flicker
on the camera screen may be caused by inconsistencies
between the vertical scan rate of the camera display and the
flicker frequency of fluorescent lighting. To reduce flicker,
you can change the flicker adjustment setting to Auto or to
the proper frequency (50Hz or 60Hz) of the country where
your device is being used.
• Record with Audio (Video and MMS Video only). Select
On to record audio with the captured video clips. This is
selected by default. If you select Off and then capture a
video clip, it will have no audio.
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•
Prefix. Specify how to name captured images and video
clips. When Default is selected, the file name of each new
captured file is set to “IMAGE” or “VIDEO” followed by a
sequential number, for example: IMAGE_001.jpg. You may
also choose to name files using either the current Date or
Date & Time as the prefix.
Counter. By default, the newly captured image or video files
are named with a prefix and some sequential numbers such
as 001, 002, and so on. To reset the numbering to 001 for
your captured files, select Reset.
Recording Limit (Video and MMS Video only). Specify the
maximum time or file size for recording.
Template Folder (Picture Theme only). By default, templates
are stored in the \My Documents\Templates folder on the
device’s Main Memory. If you transferred some templates
to a storage card (via File Explorer), set this option to Main +
Card to specify that templates are located in both the main
memory and the storage card.
Adjust. This option allows you to adjust the camera
display properties, such as Contrast, Saturation, Hue, and
Sharpness. Press NAVIGATION up or down to select the
property, and press NAVIGATION left or right to change the
value.
About. Displays information about the Camera program.
•
•
•
•
•
7.2 Using Pictures & Videos
The Pictures & Videos program allows you to view pictures and
play GIF animation files and video clips on your phone. You can
also view the pictures as a slide show, beam them, send them via
a messaging program, edit them, or set them as the background
on the Home Screen.
To copy a picture or video clip to your phone
You can copy pictures from your PC and view them on your
phone.
•
Copy the pictures and video files from your PC or a storage
card to the My Pictures folder on your phone.
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For more information about copying files from your PC to your
phone, see ActiveSync Help on your PC.
Note
You can also copy pictures and video files from your PC to your
phone using a memory card. Insert the memory card into the
memory card slot on your phone, and then copy them from your
PC to the folder you created on the memory card.
Pictures & Videos
To view pictures
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Pictures & Videos.
The images in the My Pictures folder appear as thumbnails
by default.
2. Select a picture and click View.
If you cannot find a picture in the default My Pictures
folder, click Menu > Folders > My Device to go to other
folders.
To play GIF animation files
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Pictures & Videos.
2. Select the GIF animation file and click View.
To play videos
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Pictures & Videos.
Video files appear as thumbnails with a
icon.
2. Select a video and click Play to play it with the built-in
Windows Media Player.
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To view slide shows
You can view your pictures as a slide show on your phone.
Pictures are shown in full-screen view with 5-second intervals
between slides.
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Pictures & Videos.
2. Click Menu > Play Slide Show.
Note
You can specify how pictures are scaled to optimize their
display in a slide show. Click Menu > Options, select Slide
Show, and choose either Portrait pictures or Landscape
pictures. You can even set your phone to play a screensaver on
its monitor while your phone is connected to the PC and idle for
2 minutes.
To start the camera from Pictures & Videos
• On the My Pictures folder, click Camera.
To delete a picture or video clip
• Select a picture or video clip on the Pictures & Videos
screen, and click Menu > Delete. Click Yes to confirm the
deletion.
To edit a picture
You can rotate, crop, and adjust the brightness and color
contrast of your pictures.
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Pictures & Videos.
2. Select the picture you want to edit, click View.
3. Click Menu > Edit, and do any of the following:
•
To rotate a picture 90 degrees, click Menu > Rotate.
•
To crop a picture, click Menu > Crop. Then, drag the
cursor to position it on the first corner of the cropping
area, and click Next. Select the second corner with the
area to crop and click Finish, or click Previous to go
back to the previous screen and select again.
•
To auto-adjust the brightness and contrast levels of a
picture, click Menu > Auto Correct.
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4. Click Menu > Save As to save the edited picture with a
new name or at a new location.
Note
To undo an edit, click Menu > Undo. To cancel all unsaved edits
you made to the picture, click Menu > Cancel.
To set a picture as the Home screen background
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Pictures & Videos.
2. Select the picture you want to set as the background.
3. Click View.
4. Click Menu > Use as Home Screen.
5. Select the display area and click Next.
6. Adjust the transparency. Select a higher percentage for a
more transparent picture, or a lower percentage for a more
opaque picture.
7. Click Finish.
To send pictures and video clips via e-mail
You can send pictures and video clips to other phones via e-mail.
1. First, set up Messaging to send and receive messages.
2. On the Pictures & Videos screen, select the item you want
to send.
3. Click Menu > Send.
4. On the Messaging screen, select Outlook E-mail and click
Select.
A new message is created with the item attached.
5. Enter the recipient name and subject, and click Send.
The message will be sent the next time you synchronize
your phone.
Note
Pictures and video clips are saved automatically before they are
sent.
To beam pictures
You can beam a picture to your friends or family using Bluetooth
technology.
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1. On the Home screen, click Start > Pictures & Videos.
2. Select the picture you want to beam.
3. Click Menu > Beam.
4. Select the device to which you want to send the picture.
5. Click Beam.
To assign pictures to contacts
You can assign a picture to a contact so that you can easily
identify the contact at any time.
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Pictures & Videos.
2. Select the picture you want to assign to a contact.
3. Click Menu > Save to Contact.
4. Select the contact, and click Select.
To customize picture options
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Pictures & Videos.
2. Select the picture for which you want to configure
advanced options.
3. Click Menu > Options.
4. Select General or Slide Show on the Options screen and
press the CENTER OK button.
Selecting General on the Options screen allows you to do
the following:
•
Decrease the picture size so that photos can be sent
faster via e-mail.
•
Set the direction to rotate a picture.
Selecting Slide Show on the Options screen allows you
to do the following:
•
Configure the view settings during slide shows.
•
Activate screensaver.
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Pictures & Videos Menu
7.3 Using Windows Media Player
You can use Microsoft® Windows Media® Player Mobile for
Smartphone to play digital audio and video files that are stored
on your phone or on a network, such as on a Web site.
In this documentation, the version of Windows Media Player
for Windows-based PCs is called the “desktop Player” and the
version for Smartphone is called the “device Player.”
To open Windows Media Player, click Start > Windows Media.
These are the following file formats that are supported by this
version of Windows Media Player Mobile.
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Formats Supported
File Extensions
Video
•
•
•
•
Windows Media Video
MPEG4 Simple Profile
H.263
Motion JPEG
.wmv, .asf
.mp4
.3gp
.avi
Audio
•
•
•
•
•
•
Windows Media Audio
MP3
MIDI
AMR Narrow Band
AMR Wide Band
AAC
.wma
.mp3
.mid, .midi, .rmi
.amr
.awb
.m4a
About the controls
By default, these hardware buttons are assigned to Windows
Media Player Mobile functions.
To
Play or pause
Skip to a previous file
Skip to the next file
Increase the volume
Decrease the volume
Turn the sound on or off quickly (mute)
Switch to full screen during video playback
Change rating
Fast-forward a file
Rewind a file
Press
CENTER OK
NAVIGATION left
NAVIGATION right
NAVIGATION up
NAVIGATION down
#
0
*
NAVIGATION right (hold)
NAVIGATION left (hold)
About the screens and menus
Windows Media Player has three primary screens:
Playback screen. The default screen that displays the playback
controls (such as Play, Pause, Next, Previous, and Volume) and
the video window. You can change the appearance of this screen
by choosing a different skin.
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Now Playing screen. The screen that displays the Now Playing
playlist. This special playlist indicates the current file being
played and files that are queued up to play next.
Library screen. The screen that lets you quickly find your audio
files, video files, and playlists. It contains categories such as My
Music, My Videos, My TV, and My Playlists.
At the bottom of each screen is a Menu. The commands on this
menu vary, depending upon which screen you are viewing.
Playback screen menu
When you are viewing the Playback screen, these options appear
on the Menu.
Option
Library
Play/Pause
Stop
Shuffle/
Repeat >
Shuffle
Shuffle/
Repeat >
Repeat
Full Screen
Options
Properties
About
Allows you to
Display the Library screen so you can choose a file to
play.
Start or pause playback.
Stop playback.
Play the items in the Now Playing playlist in random
order.
Play the items in the Now Playing playlist repeatedly.
When a video is playing, display it by using the entire
screen.
Adjust various Windows Media Player Mobile options,
including network, skin, and hardware button options.
Display information about the currently playing file.
Display information about Windows Media Player
Mobile, such as the version number.
Now Playing screen menu
When you are viewing the Now Playing screen, these options
appear on the Menu.
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Option
Library
Move Up
Move Down
Remove from
Playlist
Shuffle/Repeat >
Shuffle
Shuffle/Repeat >
Repeat
Save Playlist
Clear Now
Playing
Error Details
Properties
Allows you to
Display the Library screen so you can choose a file
to play.
Move the selected item up in the playlist order.
Move the selected item down in the playlist order.
Remove the selected item from the playlist.
Play the items in the Now Playing playlist in a
random order.
Play the items in the Now Playing playlist repeatedly.
Save the Now Playing list as a personal playlist after
you queue up the media files you want for your
playlist, Your playlist will be saved inside the My
Playlists folder in the Library.
Remove all items from the Now Playing playlist.
View error information about the selected item (an
exclamation mark appears before the item name if
error details are available).
View information about the selected file.
Library screen menu
When you are viewing the Library screen, these options appear
on the Menu.
Option
Queue Up
Delete from Library
Now Playing
Library > library
name
Update Library
Open File
Open URL
Properties
Allows you to
Add the selected item to the end of the current
(Now Playing) playlist.
Delete the selected item from the library.
Display the Now Playing playlist.
Switch between libraries, such as between My
Device and Storage Card.
Add new items to the library by searching your
phone or storage card.
Find and play files that are stored on your
phone or storage card but in the library.
Play a file on a network, such as the Internet.
View information about the selected file.
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About licenses and protected files
Some content (such as digital media files downloaded from
the Internet, CD tracks, and videos) have associated licenses
that protect them from being unlawfully distributed or shared.
Licenses are created and managed by using digital rights
management (DRM), which is the technology for securing
content and managing its access rights. Some licenses may
prevent you from playing files that have been copied to your
phone. Files that have licenses associated with them are called
“protected files.”
If you want to copy a protected file from your PC to your phone,
use the desktop Player to synchronize the file to your phone
(instead of dragging the file from a folder on your PC to a folder
on your phone, for example). This will ensure that the license is
copied along with the protected file. For more information about
synchronizing files to your phone and other mobile devices, see
the desktop Player Help.
Note
You can view the protection status for a file by checking its file
properties (Menu > Properties).
Copy files to your phone
Use the Sync feature in the desktop version of Windows Media
Player to synchronize (copy) digital media files from your PC to
your phone. Using Sync ensures that protected files and album
art (for skins) are copied to your phone correctly.
To synchronize content to your phone automatically
1. On your PC, start Windows Media Player.
2. Insert a 32MB or larger storage card into your phone, and
then connect your phone to your PC.
3. If you have not set up synchronization between your
phone and PC, the Device Setup Wizard opens on your PC.
4. In the wizard, click Automatic, select the Customize the
playlists that will be synchronized check box, and then
select the playlists that you want to synchronize.
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5. Click Finish.
6. The files begin synchronizing to your phone. The next
time you connect your phone to your PC while the
desktop version of Windows Media Player is running,
synchronization will start automatically.
To synchronize and copy content manually to your phone
1. If you have not set up synchronization between your
phone and PC, follow steps 1 to 5 in “To synchronize
content to your phone automatically”, except that you
should click Manual synchronization.
2. To choose files to synchronize and copy to your phone, do
the following:
•
Click the Library tab.
•
In the rightmost pane, click the drop-down list and
select Sync List.
•
In the Playlist which is the leftmost pane, select a
desired playlist.
Playlist
File List
•
Sync List
In the File List which is the middle pane, multi-select
desired files and drag them to the Sync List.
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•
Click the Start Sync button found at the bottom of the
Sync List.
•
Always use the desktop version of Windows Media Player 10 to
synchronize (copy) files to your phone. For example, do not use
Windows Explorer to drag and drop files from your computer
to your phone.
•
Always synchronize files to a storage card that is inserted
into your phone. Do not synchronize to a storage card that is
inserted into a storage card reader.
•
Audio files copy faster if the desktop Player is configured to
automatically set the quality level for audio files copied to your
phone. For more information, see the desktop Player Help.
•
The desktop version of Windows Media Player 10 is only
available for computers running Windows XP. If you are not
running Windows XP on your PC, use the Copy to CD or Device
feature of Windows Media Player 9 Series to copy your audio
files and video files to your phone.
•
The desktop version of Windows Media Player 9 Series is not
as full-featured as the desktop version of Windows Media
Player 10. For example, the desktop version of Windows Media
Player 9 Series does not support automatic synchronization,
synchronization of playlists, synchronization of album art, or
synchronization of TV shows recorded by computers running
Windows XP Media Center Edition.
•
For more information about the Copy to CD or Device feature,
start the desktop version of Windows Media Player 9 Series,
and then press F1.
Notes
Play media
To play media on your phone
Use the library to find and play songs, videos, and playlists that
are stored on your phone or removable storage card.
1. If you are not on the Library screen, click Menu > Library.
2. If necessary, on the Library screen, click Menu > Library,
and then select the library that you want to use (for
example, Storage Card).
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3. In most cases, Windows Media Player Mobile automatically
updates the library. However, you can manually update
the library to ensure that it contains new files that you
recently copied to your phone or storage card. Click Menu
> Update Library to manually update the library list.
4. Select a category (for example, My Music or My Playlists),
select the item that you want to play (such as a song,
album, or artist name), and then click Play.
Note
To play a file that is stored on your phone but is not in a library,
on the Library screen, click Menu > Open File. Select the item
that you want to play (such as a file or a folder), and click Play.
To play media on a network
Use the Open URL command to play a song or video that is
stored on the Internet or on a network server.
1. If you are not on the Library screen, click Menu > Library.
2. Click Menu > Open URL.
3. Do one of the following:
Note
•
In URL, enter a network address.
•
In History, select a URL that you have previously used.
To play media on a network, your phone must be connected to
a network.
Change Player appearance
You can change the appearance of the Playback screen by
choosing a new skin.
1. If you are not on the Playback screen, press
the Playback screen.
to display
2. Click Menu > Options > Skins.
3. To select a skin, press NAVIGATION left or right until you
find the skin that you want to use.
4. Click Done.
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Notes
•
To download new skins, see the WMplugins.com site (http://
www.wmplugins.com).
•
After downloading a skin to your computer and unzipping it
if necessary, use ActiveSync to copy the .skn and .bmp files to
your phone (such as to the location, Smartphone\Program
Files\Windows Media Player, on the phone). To ensure that
skins appear on the Skins tab, do not store skin files in the
Windows folder on your phone.
Troubleshooting
If you encounter any difficulty while using Windows Media
Player Mobile, a number of resources are available on the Web
to help you troubleshoot the issue, including a list of frequently
asked questions (FAQ).
For more information, see the Troubleshooting Windows
Media Player Mobile page at the Microsoft Web site (http://
www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsmedia/player/
windowsmobile/troubleshooting.aspx).
7.4 Using MIDlet Manager
MIDlets are Java-based applications that can run on mobile
devices. Your phone supports Java 2 Edition, J2ME. The MIDlet
Manager allows you to download Java-based applications, such
as games and tools that are specifically designed for mobile
devices. The Java MIDlet Manager gives you the flexibility of
installing and managing additional J2ME applications from the
Internet.
To install MIDlets from the Internet
1. On the Home screen, click Start > MIDlet Manager.
The Java Apps screen appears.
2. Click Menu > Install > Browse to open Internet Explorer
Mobile.
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3. Locate the MIDlet/MIDlet suite while connected to the
Internet.
4. Select the MIDlet/MIDlet suite to download.
5. To start installing the MIDlet/MIDlet suite, click Yes.
6. Click Done to confirm the installation.
Notes
•
You can cancel the installation at any time.
•
Downloaded MIDlets will be automatically saved in the My
Documents folder.
To install MIDlets from a PC
You can install the MIDlets/MIDlet suites on your phone from a
PC using the USB sync cable or Bluetooth. MIDlets copied to your
phone using Bluetooth or e-mail attachments are automatically
saved in the My Documents folder. However, you can copy the
MIDlet file(s) from a PC to any of the following temporary folders
on your phone from where MIDlet Manager can install them.
•
Device memory: ../Smartphone/My Documents/My
MIDlets
•
Storage card: ../Smartphone/Storage Card
Note
If the My MIDlets folder does not exist in My Documents, you
can create one with the same folder name. However, a folder
named Storage Card automatically appears after you insert a
storage card into your phone.
To install MIDlets from a local folder
1. On the Home screen, click Start > MIDlet Manager.
The Java Apps screen appears.
2. Click Menu > Install > Local to install the MIDlets currently
saved in the My MIDlets folder.
Click Recent to view the MIDlets or a MIDlet suite used
recently on your phone.
3. Select the MIDlet/MIDlet suite from the list using the
NAVIGATION CONTROL.
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4. Click Menu > Install.
5. Click Yes to install.
6. Click Done to confirm the installation.
Note
To remove the MIDlet files from the default folder, click Menu >
Delete.
MIDlet Manager
To run MIDlets on your phone
1. On the Home screen, click Start > MIDlet Manager.
The Java Apps screen appears.
2. Select a MIDlet from the list using the NAVIGATION
CONTROL.
3. Press the CENTER OK button to run the MIDlet.
To view the MIDlets currently running
• On the MIDlet Manager Java Apps screen, click Menu >
Running.
Note
To view the most recently used MIDlets, click Menu > Recent.
To stop running a MIDlet
1. On the Home screen, click Start > MIDlet Manager.
The Java Apps screen appears.
2. Click Menu > Running.
3. Select a MIDlet on the Running MIDlets screen, and click
Menu > Stop.
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Note
To stop all MIDlets currently running on your phone, click
Menu > Stop All.
Manage MIDlets
You can organize the MIDlets into groups and define custom
groups. You can also change the default display settings for a
MIDlet.
To customize the display settings
1. On the Home screen, click Start > MIDlet Manager.
The Java Apps screen appears.
2. Click Menu > Settings.
3. On the Settings screen, select Display Options using the
NAVIGATION CONTROL.
4. Press the CENTER OK button.
5. In View Options, choose to display the MIDlets either in
groups or all at once.
6. In Sort Options, choose to sort by Name or by Size.
7. Click Done.
To change the display name of a MIDlet
1. On the Home screen, click Start > MIDlet Manager.
The Java Apps screen appears.
2. Select a MIDlet using the NAVIGATION CONTROL.
3. Click Menu > Rename.
4. Enter a new name for the MIDlet.
5. Click Done.
Note
You cannot change the name of a MIDlet suite.
To uninstall a MIDlet
Before you uninstall a MIDlet/MIDlet suite, make sure that it is
not running.
1. On the Java Apps screen, select the MIDlet/MIDlet suite
using the NAVIGATION CONTROL.
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2. Click Menu > Manage > Uninstall.
3. Click OK to confirm.
Note
You cannot uninstall a single MIDlet from a MIDlet suite; you
must uninstall the complete MIDlet suite.
To check storage space
1. On the Home screen, click Start > MIDlet Manager.
2. Select a MIDlet using the NAVIGATION CONTROL.
3. On the Java Apps screen, click Menu > Settings.
4. On the Settings screen, select System Info using the
NAVIGATION CONTROL.
5. Press the CENTER OK button to see how much phone
storage space is used by the MIDlet.
6. Click OK.
To select a network type
1. On the Java Apps screen, click Menu > Settings.
2. Select Choose Network Type using the NAVIGATION
CONTROL.
3. Choose a network type from the list.
4. Click Select.
To configure MIDlet security
You can adjust security settings for each MIDlet/MIDlet suite.
1. On the Java Apps screen, select a MIDlet using the
NAVIGATION CONTROL.
2. Click Menu > Manage > Security.
3. Configure the security options, such as Local
Connectivity, App Auto Run, Messaging, and so on.
Please note that some features may not be available for all
MIDlets/MIDlet suites. Following are the security options that
you can set for a running MIDlet/MIDlet suite.
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Security Option
Net Access
Local Connectivity
App Auto Run
Messaging
Multimedia Recording
Description
Determines whether a MIDlet/MIDlet
suite can access the Internet.
Enables a MIDlet/MIDlet suite to access
services, such as Bluetooth.
Enables a MIDlet/MIDlet suite to run at
specified times, or any time.
Determines whether a MIDlet/MIDlet
suite can send and/or receive text (SMS,
Short Message Service) messages.
Enables a MIDlet/MIDlet suite to record
sounds and images.
Error messages
The following is a list of error messages that you may receive
while managing and using MIDlets/MIDlet suites on your phone.
Error Message
Either RAM shortage, or
insufficient space on the file
system.
Network out.
Description
There is insufficient memory on your
phone.
There is no network connection
available.
The jar size does not match The installation information provided by
that specified in the jad.
the MIDlet manufacturer is inaccurate.
The jar manifest does not
The installation information provided by
match the jad.
the MIDlet manufacturer is inaccurate.
Invalid Java application
There is a problem with the
descriptor (jad).
installation file provided by the MIDlet
manufacturer.
Invalid Java archive (jar).
There is a problem with the
installation file provided by the MIDlet
manufacturer.
This Java application is not One or more features required by this
compatible with this device. MIDlet is not available on your phone.
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7.5 Using Streaming Media
The Streaming Media program allows you to stream live
broadcasts or on-demand media content from the Web. You do
not have to wait until the entire media content is completely
downloaded before watching the video or hearing the sound.
The media is sent in a continuous stream to your phone and is
played as it arrives, along with the audio.
Note
You need a 3G phone, a 3G-enabled SIM card and you must be
in a 3G network coverage area to watch streaming video.
2
Button control
1
Play/Pause
2
Stop
3
Volume
1
3
Function
Press the CENTER OK button to play/pause
playback.
Press NAVIGATION left to stop playback.
Press NAVIGATION up/down to increase/
decrease volume. Press NAVIGATION right to
mute/unmute the audio.
The Streaming Media program allows you to play 3GP and
MPEG-4 files. It also supports playback of SDP (Session
Description Protocol) files. An SDP file is a text file that contains
the format, broadcast times, media content, and other
information about a live broadcast, or it may contain a playlist
and links to prerecorded media files if you are viewing ondemand streaming media.
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To access streaming content via Internet Explorer
In Internet Explorer, you can open a Web page containing http
links to streaming media content and play the content in the
Streaming Media program.
1. Click Start > Internet Explorer.
2. Click Menu > Address Bar. In the address bar, enter the
URL address of the Web page that contains the http link to
the desired *.3gp, *.mp4, or *.sdp file.
3. On the Web page, select the RTSP link and press the
CENTER OK button.
4. Streaming Media then automatically opens and starts
playing the file. During playback, use the button controls
to play/pause the video and adjust the sound volume.
Tip
Click Menu > Zoom > Zoom In to zoom in on the video.
To stream media files directly on the Streaming Media Player
Streaming Media only supports RTSP links when you stream
*.3gp and *.mp4 files directly on the program.
Note
Before you launch the Streaming Media program, make sure
that you are connected to the Internet.
1. Click Start > Streaming Media.
2. From the program, click Connect.
3. Enter the URL for the Web site (rtsp://) and the file name.
4. Click Go.
5. Streaming Media then starts playing the file. During
playback, use the button controls to play/pause and adjust
the sound volume.
To view streaming video file information
You can view the properties and general information of a
streaming video clip, such as file format, audio codec, dimension,
frames, and duration of the video.
•
Click Menu > Properties from the program.
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To configure streaming video connection settings
Click Menu > Options to configure the following settings:
•
Connect via. Choose whether you want to connect to
the Internet or corporate network (intranet) to locate a
streaming video clip.
•
UDP port range. Specify a range of port numbers to use
for streaming.
•
Media buffer. Specify the memory space (in terms of
duration) to allot for storing video and audio data while
streaming media.
7.6 Using Audio Manager
Audio Manager is a music browser and player in one. It gives you
access to all the music files on your device, and allows you to
easily browse for the music that you want to play by organizing
music into categories, such as title, artist, album, etc. You can
also create playlists of your favorite songs and use the integrated
Music Player to play them back.
To open Audio Manager
• Click Start > Audio Manager.
Notes
• Audio Manager searches for all music files stored on your
phone memory and storage card that have the following
audio formats: MP3, WMA, AAC, and AAC+. It will search in
the following locations:
Phone: \Music (including all subfolders; when there are
music files synchronized between the device and PC)
\My Documents (including all subfolders)
Storage card: \Storage Card (including all subfolders)
• Music files are categorized under Artists, Album, Genre, etc.
if such metadata are found in the files.
Library
On the Audio Manager’s Library screen, an arrow that appears
in an item indicates that there is a submenu available. Use
the NAVIGATION CONTROL or JOGGR to go through the items
and press the CENTER OK button or double-click the middle
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part of the JOGGR to open the submenu. You can also press
NAVIGATION right to enter the submenu.
1
2
3
Library: Main screen
4
6
7
5
Library: All Songs screen
No. Description
1
Open the All Songs submenu where you can browse music files by
file name or song title.
2
Open the Playlists submenu where you can create playlists and
play them back.
3
Open a submenu where you can browse music files by the selected
category.
4
Switch to the Music Player screen. (Music Player does not
automatically start playback. Press CENTER OK to start playback.)
5
Shows the current submenu name.
6
Shows a Search icon when the music database in Audio Manager
is being updated. This occurs when music files have been added,
renamed, or removed on the phone memory or storage card.
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No. Description
7
Shows the song titles or file names of music files when you are in
the All Songs submenu. Use the NAVIGATION CONTROL to select a
music file and play it in the Music Player.
Shows more submenus when you are in one of the category
screens, such as Artists, Album, etc. Press the CENTER OK button
or NAVIGATION right to open a submenu.
Tip
Press NAVIGATION left or
go back to the upper-level menu.
When you press CENTER OK on a category on the Library’s Main
screen, you will see more submenus which may have deeper
levels of menus. For example, when you select Artists, another
level of submenus will be listed showing artist names. When you
select an artist name, more submenus showing album names
will be displayed. Just keep opening the submenus until you
reach the level where song titles can be selected for playback.
Music files that are protected by Digital Rights Management
(DRM) will be listed under the Protected category. A lock icon
shown before song titles indicates that the music files are
protected. Select a file and click Info if you want to view file
information. A cross-marked lock icon shown before song titles
indicates that the rights for the music files have expired, and you
will not be able to play them. Click Delete if you want to delete
these files.
Note
Audio Manager keeps track of the last submenu that you
accessed. When you exit Audio Manager and open it again,
it will display the last submenu that you were in. Press
NAVIGATION left until you reach the Library's Main screen.
Music Player
Music Player is integrated within Audio Manager, and it lets you
play back music files. After selecting a song in the Library, Music
Player opens and automatically plays it.
Note
If the last screen you were in was the Music Player when you
closed Audio Manager, next time you launch Audio Manager,
it will open Music Player directly. To switch back to the Library,
click Library.
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Control
Does this
Press CENTER OK or
Play/Pause the song.
Shows the playback time. Click Menu > Time
Display to choose the display format for the
playback time (Elapsed time or Remaining
time).
Press and hold
Move backward in a song.
Press and hold
Move forward in a song.
Press NAVIGATION
left/right
Go to the previous/next song.
Mute/Unmute.
Press
Press NAVIGATION up/
down or
Press
Press
/
Increase/Decrease the volume.
Shuffle songs during playback.
Loop songs during playback.
Library
Return to the Library screen.
Menu
Open a menu where you can choose to add
the current song to a playlist, set the playback
mode, set the song as ring tone, and more.
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Playlists
A playlist is a list of music files that play in a sequential order. The
Playlists screen shows the current playlists that are found on the
device memory and storage card.
There are two types of playlists that will be shown on the Playlist
screen:
•
Windows Media Player playlists. These are playlists
that are in Windows Media Player Mobile’s Library (which
is synchronized with Windows Media Player on your
computer), and they are indicated by the Windows Media
Player icon (
). They can be played in Audio Manager’s
Music Player but cannot be edited.
•
Custom playlists. These are playlists that are created in
Audio Manager and can be edited.
Notes
• Audio Manager searches for playlists in the following
locations:
Phone: \Playlists
\Application Data\HTC\AudioManager\playlists
Storage card: \Storage Card\Playlist
• If a Windows Media Player playlist contains a combination
of music, video and image files, Audio Manager accesses the
music files only and filters out the other media types.
To create a playlist
1. On the Library’s Main screen, select Playlists and press the
CENTER OK button.
2. On the Playlists screen, click Menu > New.
3. Enter a Playlist name then click OK.
4. On the Playlists screen, select the playlist you have just
created and then click Edit.
5. Click Menu > Add.
6. Select the songs you want to add to the playlist by
pressing the CENTER OK button, or click Menu > Select All
to choose all the songs.
7. Click OK thrice to return to the Playlists screen.
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To play back a playlist
1. On the Playlists screen, select a playlist by using the
NAVIGATION CONTROL.
2. Select the first song in the selected playlist and press the
CENTER OK button. Music Player automatically opens and
starts playing the first song. After each song, the next one
in the playlist will be played.
Note
The content of playlists is not automatically updated when
music files have been deleted from the phone memory or
storage card. Music Player will display a notification message
when you play back a playlist and music files in that playlist
cannot be found.
To edit a playlist
1. On the Playlists screen, select a playlist you want to edit.
2. Click Edit.
3. Click Menu to open a list of editing options. You can
choose to add more songs, copy or delete songs, and
more.
4. After you have finished editing the playlist, click OK twice.
5. To return to the Playlists screen, press NAVIGATION left.
To add a playlist to another playlist
1. On the Playlists screen, select the playlist that you want to
add to another playlist.
2. Click Menu > Copy to Playlist.
3. Select the playlist where to copy it to then click OK. Select
New Playlist and press the CENTER OK button if you want
to add the playlist to a new playlist.
Set music as ring tone
Audio Manager allows you to select your favorite music and set
it as a ring tone for your device.
1. Use the NAVIGATION CONTROL to select a song in the
Library, or select a song to play it in Music Player.
2. Click Menu > Set as Ring Tone.
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Note
If the selected song is in MP3 format, you can trim it first to
make it shorter. Click Trim to open the MP3 Trimmer and trim
the song. For more information about trimming, see “MP3
Trimmer”.
4. Select Set as Default Ring Tone and press the CENTER OK
button.
5. A confirmation message is then displayed. Click OK.
Tip
If you only want to save the song to the ring tone folder for
future use, select Save to Ring Tone Folder. Later on, you can
click Start > Settings > Sounds to set it as your ring tone.
MP3 Trimmer
Before setting an MP3 file as a ring tone for your device, you can
edit the song first to shorten the duration and make the file size
smaller.
1
2
3
6
4
5
7
8
This control
Does this
1
Title
Shows the ring tone name for the song.
2
Duration
Shows the length of the song after trimming.
3
Time
Shows the playback time when the song is
played.
4
Play/Stop
Press the CENTER OK button to toggle between
playing and stopping playback.
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This control
Does this
5
Mark in/
Mark out
Allows precise marking of the start and end
times of the song that will be used for the ring
tone.
6
Mark in/
Mark out
points
Shows the current mark in (start) and mark
out (end) points of the song. The song will be
trimmed based on these points.
7
OK
Click to confirm trimming the ring tone.
8
Cancel
Click to exit MP3 Trimmer without trimming the
ring tone.
To trim the MP3 file
1. In the Trim screen, use the NAVIGATION CONTROL to select
Mark in.
2. Use NAVIGATION left/right to set the Mark in point. After
you set the Mark in point, the song will play back starting
from the Mark in point. Use NAVIGATION left/right to
adjust the Mark in point if needed.
3. Use the NAVIGATION CONTROL to select Mark out and
then use NAVIGATION left/right to set the Mark out point.
After you set the Mark out point, the song will play back
starting from 5 seconds before the Mark out point. Use
NAVIGATION left/right to adjust the Mark out point if
needed.
4. Use the NAVIGATION CONTROL to select Play. Press
the CENTER OK button to play back the trimmed song.
While playing, you can use NAVIGATION left/right to go
backward or forward through a song.
5. Click OK to confirm trimming the ring tone.
Chapter 8
Using Other Applications
8.1 Using ClearVue Office
8.2 Using Adobe Reader LE
8.3 Using Speed Dial
8.4 Using Voice Speed Dial
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8.1 Using ClearVue Office
ClearVue™ Office consists of three applications that let you
view various types of documents, such as Word documents,
Powerpoint presentation files, and Excel worksheets. The
ClearVue Office consists of the following:
•
ClearVue Presentation (displays PowerPoint files)
•
ClearVue Worksheet (displays Excel files)
•
ClearVue Document (displays Word files)
To access the ClearVue Office, click Start > Office and locate the
program you want to open.
Note
Not all fonts, colors, features, and versions of the desktop
versions of PowerPoint, Word and Excel, are supported, but
these programs will show a close approximation.
ClearVue Presentation
ClearVue Presentation is a complete PowerPoint viewer solution
with the ability to view native PowerPoint presentations. With
ClearVue Presentation, you will see the original presentation
complete with animations and transitions.
Note
ClearVue Presentation only supports Powerpoint files created in
Office 97 or later versions.
To open a presentation file
1. Click File > Open and locate the .ppt or .pps file.
2. Click Open.
To change the view
ClearVue Presentation lets you view your presentation file in
3 modes Click View and select either Normal, Slide Sorter or
Notes.
•
Normal. Displays a large single image of the current slide
and below it, small thumbnail images of other slides in the
presentation.
•
Slide Sorter. Slides will be displayed as small thumbnails.
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•
Notes. Lets you to view any slide notes that might have
been stored in the original presentation.
To change the zoom ratio of the view mode
• Click View > Scale.
Note
This only applies to Normal and Notes view modes.
To set up your presentation show
1. Click View > Set Up Show.
2. In Advance Slides, select how you want to advance to the
next slide.
Tip
•
Manually. Press NAVIGATION right to advance through
the slides.
•
Use timings. Uses the timing information stored in the
PowerPoint file to determine when to display the next
slide.
•
Automatically. Automatically advances to the next
slide based on the time set in after __ secs.
Click Loop continuously to loop the presentation. You need
to manually stop the presentation. To learn how to stop the
presentation, see "To view your presentation."
3. Select the Orientation when viewing the presentation.
4. Click Black slide at end to add a blank slide after the last
slide in the presentation.
To set up a custom show
1. Click View > Custom Show.
2. In Show List, select the slide you want to edit and click
Menu. In the Menu options, you can choose to either add,
delete, hide, move up or move down the slide.
Tip
Click Reset to revert the presentation back to its original state.
To view your presentation
• Click View > View Show.
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Tip
While viewing the presentation, press the # key to open a menu
which allows you to go to the next slide or previous slide of your
presentation, go to a specific slide or end the presentation.
ClearVue Worksheet
ClearVue Worksheet gives you the ability to view native Excel
worksheets. It also lets you view embedded charts and chart
sheets as well.
Notes
•
ClearVue Worksheet only supports Excel files created in Office
97 or later versions.
•
Excel macros that might be in the original file will not run when
loaded.
•
Three-dimensional charts will be mapped into a twodimensional space.
•
Worksheet does not display images selected as a background
in an AutoShape.
•
Worksheet cannot open files that have been password
protected using the “Save Options” password setting in
Microsoft Excel.
To open a worksheet file
1. Click File > Open and locate the .xls file.
2. Click Open.
To change the zoom ratio
• Click View and select a magnification.
To view another sheet in your worksheet file
• Click View > Sheet and select the sheet you want to view.
ClearVue Document
ClearVue Document lets you view Word documents, complete
with tables, images, columns, bulleted lists, and more.
Note
ClearVue Documemt only supports Word files created in Office
97 or later versions.
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To open a document file
1. Click File > Open and locate the .doc or .rtf file.
2. Click Open.
After you open a file in ClearVue Document, it initially displays
using the default Page Width setting. This means that the page
is sized to fit within the available area of your phone’s screen.
Click Zoom to change the magnification as desired, then scroll
through and view the document using the NAVIGATION buttons
on your phone.
8.2 Using Adobe Reader LE
Adobe Reader LE allows you to open and view Portable
Document Format (PDF) files. These files usually have a *.pdf file
extension.
Adobe Reader LE supports password-protected PDF files with
up to 128-bit encryption. When you open a password-protected
PDF file, you will be prompted to enter the password before the
file can be opened.
To open a PDF file on your device
1. Click Start > Office > Adobe Reader LE.
2. Click Open.
3. Browse to a folder and click the PDF file you want to open.
Note
To open another PDF file, click Open > Menu > Browse For File.
You can also open a PDF file from File Explorer by clicking it.
To navigate through a PDF file
You can do any of the following:
•
Press NAVIGATION up, down, right, and left to move up or
down a page or scroll through the pages.
•
Click Menu > Go To and select an option to go to a specific
page in the PDF file.
176 Using Other Applications
To enlarge or reduce the display size
1. Open the PDF file you want to view.
2. Click Menu > Zoom.
3. Select In, Out or To% to enlarge or reduce the display size.
Otherwise, select Fit Screen or Fit Width.
To customize page view and orientation
1. Open the PDF file you want to view.
2. Click Menu > View.
3. Select an option to suit your view.
To find text in a PDF file
1. Open the PDF file you want to view.
2. Click Menu > Find > Text.
3. Enter the text to be searched.
4. Choose search parameters, such as Match case, Whole
word, Backwards, and click Find.
To go to a bookmark in a PDF file
This is only available if the PDF file contains bookmarks.
1. Open the PDF file you want to view.
2. Click Menu > Bookmarks.
3. Use the NAVIGATION CONTROL to select the bookmark
you want to go to and click Select.
8.3 Using Speed Dial
You can create speed dial entries for frequently-called numbers
or frequently-accessed items so you can dial a number or access
an item by pressing a single key.
To create a speed dial entry for a contact
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Contacts.
2. Select a contact.
3. Press the CENTER OK button to view the contact details.
Using Other Applications 177
4. Select the desired phone number and click Menu > Add
to Speed Dial.
5. Enter appropriate details in Name, Value, and Keyboard
assignment.
6. Click Done. To quit at any time during this process, click
Menu > Cancel.
Note
Speed dial entries can be created only for numbers that are
stored in Contacts.
To create a speed dial entry for an item
1. On the Home screen, click Start and choose (just
highlight) the item you want.
2. Click Menu > Add Speed Dial.
3. Enter details in Name, Value, and Keyboard assignment.
4. Click Done. To quit at any time during this process, click
Menu > Cancel.
Note
The first speed dial location is generally reserved for your voice
mail. Speed Dial uses the next available location by default. If
you want to place a number in a location that is already used,
the new number replaces the existing number.
To retrieve a voice mail message
• On the Home screen, press and hold 1 to access your
voice mailbox, and follow the prompts to retrieve your
messages.
To make a call or launch a program using Speed Dial
• If you have assigned a speed dial (for example, the second
location) to a contact or a program in Speed Dial, you can
simply press and hold the 2 key on the phone keyboard to
dial the contact’s number or open the program.
To delete a speed dial entry
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Expert > Speed Dial.
2. Select the desired entry and click Menu > Delete.
178 Using Other Applications
8.4 Using Voice Speed Dial
You can record a voice tag for a phone number, e-mail address,
or Web page address that is stored in Contacts. Then, when
you say the voice tag using Voice Speed Dial, your phone
automatically dials the associated phone number, opens an
e-mail message using the associated address, or goes to the
associated Web page.
To create a voice tag for a phone number, e-mail address, or
URL in Contacts
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Contacts.
2. Select the desired contact, and press the CENTER OK
button to open the contact card.
Note
The contact must be saved in Contacts and not on the USIM/
SIM card.
3. Select the item to which you want to assign a voice tag.
4. Click Menu > Add Voice Tag.
5. After a “beep” sound, begin recording the voice tag
(preferably one easy-to-recognize word).
6. When the voice tag is successfully trained, the phone will
play back the voice tag. Click OK.
7. Enter appropriate details in Name, Value, and Keyboard
assignment.
8. Click Done to save the new voice tag.
To quit at any time during this process, click Menu >
Cancel.
To create a voice tag for a program
To create a voice tag for a program, for example, Calendar, do
the following:
1. On the Home screen, click Start > Calendar. (Do not press
the CENTER OK button when Calendar is selected.)
2. Click Menu > Add Voice Tag.
Using Other Applications 179
3. After the message/beep, say “Calendar.”
4. When the voice tag is successfully trained, the phone will
play back the voice tag. Click OK.
5. Enter appropriate details in Name, Value, and Keyboard
assignment. Click Done to save the new voice tag. To quit
at any time during this process, click Menu > Cancel.
To make a call or launch a program using the voice tag
1. Press the VOICE RECOGNITION button on the left side of
the phone.
2. After a “beep” sound, say the recorded voice tag that you
have assigned to the phone number you want to call or
the program you want to launch. The phone plays back
the voice tag and then dials the number or launches the
associated program.
Tip
If the phone cannot recognize your voice tag, please try again
and speak clearly and reduce the surrounding noise.
To edit, delete, and play voice tags
• On the Home screen, click Start > Speed Dial.
•
Select the desired voice tag from the list.
•
Do any of the following:
•
To change the voice tag, click Edit, make changes, and
click Done.
•
To delete the voice tag, click Menu > Delete.
To play back an existing voice tag at any time, click Menu > Play
Voice Tag.
180 Using Other Applications
Appendix
A.1 Regulatory Notices
A.2 PC Requirement to Run ActiveSync 4.x
A.3 Specifications
182 Appendix
A.1 Regulatory Notices
Regulatory Agency Identifications
For regulatory identification purposes, your product is assigned
a model number of CAVA100.
To ensure continued reliable and safe operation of your device,
use only the accessories listed below with your CAVA100.
The Battery Pack has been assigned a model number of
LIBR160.
This product is intended for use with a certified Class 2 Limited
Power Source, rated 5 Volts DC, maximum 1 Amp power supply
unit.
European Union Notice
Products with CE marking comply with the R&TTE Directive
(99/5/EC), the EMC Directive (89/336/EEC), and the Low Voltage
Directive (73/23/EEC) issued by the Commission of the European
Community.
Compliance with these directives implies conformity to the
following European Norms (in parentheses are the equivalent
international standards).
•
EN 60950-1 (IEC 60950-1) Safety of Information Technology
Equipment.
•
ETSI EN 300 328 Electromagnetic compatibility and Radio
spectrum Matters (ERM); Wideband Transmission systems;
data transmission equipment operating in the 2.4GHz ISM
band and using spread spectrum modulation techniques.
•
ETSI EN 301 511 – Global System for Mobile
communications (GSM); Harmonized standard for mobile
stations in the GSM 900 and DCS 1800 bands covering
essential requirements under article 3.2 of the R&TTE
directive (1999/5/EC).
•
ETSI EN 301 489-1 Electromagnetic compatibility
and Radio spectrum Matters (ERM); ElectroMagnetic
Appendix 183
Compatibility (EMC) standard for radio equipment and
services; Part 1: Common technical requirements.
•
ETSI EN 301 489-7 – Electromagnetic compatibility
and Radio spectrum Matters (ERM); ElectroMagnetic
Compatibility (EMC) for radio equipment and services;
Part 7: Specific conditions for mobile and portable
radio and ancillary equipment of digital cellular radio
telecommunications systems (GSM and DCS).
•
ETSI EN 301 489-17 Electromagnetic compatibility
and Radio spectrum Matters (ERM); ElectroMagnetic
Compatibility (EMC) standard for radio equipment and
services; Part 17: Specific conditions for 2.4GHz wideband
transmission systems.
•
ETSI EN 301 489-24 Electromagnetic compatibility
and Radio spectrum Matters (ERM); Electromagnetic
Compatibililty (EMC) standard for radio equipment and
services; Part 24: Specific conditions for IMT-2000 CDMA
direct spread (UTRA) for mobile and portable (UE) radio
and ancillary equipment.
•
ETSI EN 301 908-1 & -2 Electromagnetic compatibility
and Radio spectrum Matters (ERM); Base Stations (BS),
Repeaters and User Equipment (UE) for IMT-2000 Third
Generation celllular networks; Part 1: Harmonized EN
for IMT-2000, introduction and common requirements,
covering essential requirements of article 3.2 of the R&TTE
Directive.
EN 50392:2004 Generic standard to demonstrate the
compliance of electronic and electrical apparatus with
the basic restrictions related to human exposure to
electromagnetic fields (0 Hz - 300 GHz)
EN 50360 - 2001 Product standard to demonstrate the
compliance of mobile phones with the basic restrictions
related to human exposure to electromagnetic fields (300
MHz ~ 3 GHz).
•
•
184 Appendix
This equipment may be operated in:
AT
BE
BG
CH
CY
CZ
DE
EE
ES
FI
FR
GB
GR
HU
IT
IS
LI
LT
LU
LV
MT
NO
PL
PT
RO
SE
SI
SK
DK
IE
NL
TR
Safety precautions for RF exposure
Use only original manufacturer-approved accessories, or
accessories that do not contain any metal
Use of non-original manufacturer-approved accessories may
violate your local RF exposure guidelines and should be avoided.
Heed service markings
Except as explained elsewhere in the Operating or Service
documentation, do not service any product yourself. Service
needed on components inside these compartments should be
done by an authorized service technician or provider.
Damage requiring service
Unplug the product from the electrical outlet and refer servicing
to an authorized service technician or provider under the
following conditions:
• Liquid has been spilled or an object has fallen into the
product.
• The product has been exposed to rain or water.
• The product has been dropped or damaged.
• There are noticeable signs of overheating.
• The product does not operate normally when you follow
the operating instructions.
Appendix 185
The exposure standard for wireless mobile phones employs a
unit of measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate,
or SAR.
The standard incorporates a substantial margin of safety to
give additional protection for the public and to account for any
variations in usage. Normal conditions only ensure the radiative
performance and safety of the interference. As with other
mobile radio transmitting equipment, users are advised that for
satisfactory operation of the equipment and for the safety of
personnel, it is recommended that no part of the human body
be allowed to come too close to the antenna during operation of
the equipment.
SAR Information
•
0.924mW/g @10g
Telecommunications & Internet Association (TIA)
safety information
Pacemakers
The Health Industry Manufacturers Association recommends
that a minimum separation of six inches be maintained between
a handheld wireless phone and a pacemaker to avoid potential
interference with the pacemaker. These recommendations
are consistent with the independent research by and
recommendations of Wireless Technology Research. Persons
with pacemakers:
• Should ALWAYS keep the phone more than six inches from
their pacemaker when the phone is turned ON.
• Should not carry the phone in a breast pocket.
• Should use the ear opposite the pacemaker to minimize
the potential for interference. If you have any reason to
suspect that interference is taking place, turn your phone
OFF immediately.
186 Appendix
Hearing Aids
Some digital wireless phones may interfere with some hearing
aids. In the event of such interference, you may want to consult
your service provider, or call the customer service line to discuss
alternatives.
Other Medical Devices
If you use any other personal medical device, consult the
manufacturer of your device to determine if they are adequately
shielded from external RF energy. Your physician may be able to
assist you in obtaining this information.
Turn your phone OFF in health care facilities when any
regulations posted in these areas instruct you to do so. Hospitals
or health care facilities may be using equipment that could be
sensitive to external RF energy.
Other tips and cautions
• Avoid using your phone near metal structures (for
example, the steel frame of a building).
•
Avoid using your phone near strong electromagnetic
sources, such as microwave ovens, sound speakers, TV and
radio.
•
Avoid using your phone after a dramatic change in
temperature.
WEEE Notice
The Directive on Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment
(WEEE), which entered into force as European law on 13th
February 2003, resulted in a major change in the treatment of
electrical equipment at end-of-life.
The purpose of this Directive is, as a first priority, the prevention
of WEEE, and in addition, to promote the reuse, recycling and
other forms of recovery of such wastes so as to reduce disposal.
The WEEE logo on the product or on its box indicates that this
product must not be disposed of or dumped with your other
household waste. You are liable to dispose of all your electronic
or electrical waste equipment by relocating over to the specified
Appendix 187
collection point for recycling of such hazardous waste. Isolated
collection and proper recovery of your electronic and electrical
waste equipment at the time of disposal will allow us to help
conserving natural resources. Moreover, proper recycling of the
electronic and electrical waste equipment will ensure safety
of human health and environment. For more information
about electronic and electrical waste equipment disposal,
recovery, and collection points, please contact your local city
centre, household waste disposal service, shop from where you
purchased the equipment, or manufacturer of the equipment.
RoHS Compliance
This product is in compliance with Directive 2002/95/EC of the
European Parliament and of the Council of 27 January 2003,
on the restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances
in electrical and electronic equipment (RoHS) and its
amendments.
188 Appendix
A.2 PC Requirement to Run ActiveSync 4.x
To connect your device to the PC, you have to install Microsoft®
ActiveSync® program on your PC. ActiveSync 4.x is included in
the Getting Started disc, which is compatible with the following
operating systems and applications:
• Microsoft® Windows® 2000 Service Pack 4
• Microsoft® Windows Server® 2003 Service Pack 1
• Microsoft® Windows Server® 2003 IA64 Edition Service Pack 1
• Microsoft® Windows Server® 2003 x64 Edition Service Pack 1
• Microsoft® Windows® XP Professional Service Packs 1 and 2
• Microsoft® Windows® XP Home Service Packs 1 and 2
• Microsoft® Windows® XP Tablet PC Edition 2005
• Microsoft® Windows® XP Media Center Edition 2005
• Microsoft® Windows® XP Professional x64 Edition
• Microsoft® Outlook® 98, Microsoft® Outlook® 2000 and Microsoft®
Outlook® XP, and Microsoft® Outlook® 2003 messaging and collaboration
clients
• Microsoft® Office 97, excluding Outlook
• Microsoft® Office 2000
• Microsoft® Office XP
• Microsoft® Office 2003
• Microsoft® Internet Explorer® 4.01 or later (required)
• Microsoft® Systems Management Server 2.0
Appendix 189
A.3 Specifications
System information
Chipset/Processor
Speed
Chipset: Qualcomm® MSM 6275
Processor: Samsung® 2442 400 MHz
Memory
• ROM-Nand Flash: 128 MB (Standard)
• RAM: 64 MB DDR
Figures are the total ROM and RAM memory
available for use and storage. Since the memory
is shared by the Operating System, applications,
and data, the actual available memory is less than
what is written.
Operating system
Microsoft® Windows Mobile® Version 5.0
for Smartphone
Display
Type
2.4” Transmissive LCD with white LED
backlight
Resolution
320 x 240 dots resolution at 65K Colors
(Landscape view)
Cellular Radio module
Functionality
HSDPA/UMTS (2100 for Europe/Asia,
850/1900 for USA)
GSM/GPRS/EDGE (850, 900, 1800, and
1900)
(The device will operate on frequencies
available from the cellular network.)
Internal Antenna
Yes
Camera module
Type
2 Megapixels CMOS
Resolution
•
•
•
•
•
UXGA: 1600 x 1200
SXGA: 1280 x 960
VGA: 640 x 480
QVGA: 320 x 240
QQVGA: 160 x120
190 Appendix
Connection
I/O port
HTC ExtUSB™ : an 11-pin mini-USB and
audio jack in one
(ExtUSB is a proprietary connection
interface that is trademarked by HTC)
Bluetooth
V 2.0 without EDR, Class 2 transmit power
Wi-Fi
IEEE 802.11b/g compliant, Internal WLAN
antenna
Audio
Microphone/speaker
Built-in microphone and 3-in-1 speaker
Headphone
AAC/AMR/WMA/WAV/MP3 codec
Physical
Dimension
112.5 mm(L) x 62.5 mm(W) x 13.5 mm(T)
Weight
120g with battery pack
Expansion slot
microSD slot
microSD™ memory card
Appendix 191
Controls and LED indicators
Navigation
5-way navigation pad/Center OK button
Buttons
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Power on/off (left)
JOGGR
Left and Right Soft keys
Home screen
Back to previous screen
Talk (start call/answer call)
End call/Lock keypad
10 Column QWERTY keyboard
Internet Explorer Mobile button
Function button
Camera
Voice Recognition/Voice Notes
LED indicators
•
•
•
•
Event notification
Charge status
GSM/GPRS signals
Bluetooth/Wi-Fi connection
Power supply
Battery
Li-Ion Polymer 1050 mAh
Talk time
GSM: Up to 6 hours
UMTS: Up to 4 hours
Standby
GSM: Up to 200 hours
UMTS: Up to 209 hours
AC adapter
• Voltage range/Frequency: 100 ~ 240 AC,
50/60Hz
• DC output: 5V and 1A
192 Appendix
Index
194 Index
A
A2DP (Advanced Audio
Distribution Profile) 91
Accessibility settings
- confirmation time out 64
- in-call alert volume 64
- multipress time out 64
- system font size 64
ActiveSync
- install and set up 46
- overview 26, 46
- synchronize 49
Add and remove programs 66
Adobe Reader 26, 175
Alarm 63
Alarm settings 61
Alerts 61
Answer/End call 40
Attachments 106, 107
Audio Manager 26, 163
B
Backing Up 71
- Sprite Backup 71
Backlight time out 64
Battery
- battery information 33
- battery management 64
- check battery power 33
- low battery 34
Beam via Bluetooth
92
Bluetooth
- beaming 92
- Bluetooth modem 96
- hands-free headset 91
- modes 87
- overview 87
- partnerships 88
- stereo headset 91
- synchronize 55
- visible 87
Bluetooth Explorer 27, 94
BT Remote SIM Access 27
C
Calculator 27
Calendar 27, 120
Call History 27
Camera
- camera button 132
- icons and indicators 134
- main menu 140
- overview 27
- zoom 139
Capture formats 133
Capture modes 133
ClearVue Document 27, 174
ClearVue Office 172
ClearVue Presentation 27, 172
ClearVue Worksheet 27, 174
Close running programs 67
Comm Manager 27, 85
Compose
- e-mail/SMS message 105
- MMS message 113
- MMS message from template
114
Conference call 41
Confirmation time out 64
Connecting to Wi-Fi network 98
Index 195
Connect phone to Internet
- dial-up to ISP 79
- GPRS 78
Connect phone to private
network 80
Contacts 27, 121
Contacts picture (capture mode)
133, 137
Cookies (Internet Explorer) 84
Copy
- media files from PC to phone
151
- pictures and videos 142
- sound file to phone 63
Currency setting 61
Customize Home screen 60
Customize picture options 146
D
Date setting 61
Default view (Web page) 82
Delete pictures and videos 144
Desktop view (Web page) 82
Device lock 75
Dial-up connection 79
Digitally sign messages 57, 108
Digital Rights Management
(DRM) 151
Digital signature (verify)
108
Direct Push 53
Display time out 65
Download Agent 28
Download messages 107
E
E-mail
- attachments 106
- Outlook 102
- overview 102
- POP3/IMAP4 103
- security 57, 108
- send and receive 105
Edit picture 144
Emergency call 42
Encrypt messages 57, 108
Enter text and numbers 31
Error reporting 65
Event notification 61
Exchange Server
- schedule synchronization 53
- synchronize 52
Exclude e-mail address when
replying to all 106
F
Favorites (Internet Explorer) 83
File Explorer 28, 69
Find contacts online 124
Font size (display) 64
Full-screen mode (Internet
Explorer) 83
G
Games 28
GIF animation 143
Global Address List (GAL) 124
GPRS 78
196 Index
H
L
Hide pictures on Web page 83
History (Internet Explorer) 84
Home screen
- change background 60, 145
- customize 60
- overview 24, 60
Language/locale setting 61
Launch camera from Pictures &
Videos 144
LED indicator lights 20
Licensed and protected media
151
Lock
- keyboard 75
- phone 75
I
IMAP4 103
In-call alert volume 64
Insert pause in dialing sequence
42, 43
Insert USIM/SIM Card 22
Install Micro SD Card 23
Install MIDlets
- from Internet 155
- from PC 156
- locally 156
International call 42
Internet 78
Internet Explorer Mobile 28, 82
Internet Sharing 28, 84
J
JOGGR 19
K
Keyboard
- lock 75
- sound 62
M
Make call
- from Call History 38
- from Contacts 38
- from Home Screen 37
- from Speed Dial 39
Managing Files 68
Media synchronization settings
56
Memory 67
Message folders 109
Messaging 28, 102
MIDlet Manager 28, 155
MMS
- access MMS 110
- add audio 116
- add canned text 115
- add photo/video 115
- create and send 113
- menu options 116
- MMS settings 111
- view and reply 117
MMS video (capture mode) 133,
138
Index 197
Modem
- Bluetooth modem 96
- USB modem 85
MP3 Trimmer 169
MSN Messenger 118
Music Player 165
Mute call 41
N
Number format 61
O
One column view (Web page) 82
Operating system version 65
Optimize power performance 33
Outlook e-mail 102
Owner information 63
P
Panorama (capture mode) 133
Parts and accessories 16
Pause in dialing sequence 42, 43
PDF 175
Personal information 63
Phone program 35
Phone specification 65
Photo (capture mode) 133, 137
Pictures
- assign to contact 126
- assign to contacts 146
- hide or show on Web page 83
- set as Home screen background 145
Pictures & Videos 28, 142
Picture theme (capture mode)
133, 137
PIN 36, 74
Playlists (Audio Manager)
167
Play media 153
Pocket MSN 118
POP3 103
Power management 64
Profile 61
Programs
- ActiveSync 26, 46
- Adobe Reader 26
- Audio Manager 26, 163
- Bluetooth Explorer 27
- BT Remote SIM Access 27
- Calculator 27
- Calendar 27, 120
- Call History 27
- Camera 27, 132
- ClearVue Document 27, 174
- ClearVue Presentation 27,
172
- ClearVue Worksheet 27, 174
- Comm Manager 27
- Contacts 27, 121
- Download Agent 28
- File Explorer 69
- Games 28
- Internet Explorer 28, 82
- Internet Sharing 28, 84
- Messaging 28, 102
- MIDlet Manager 28, 155
- Phone 35
- Pictures & Videos 28, 142
198 Index
- Pocket MSN 28, 118
- SIM Manager 28, 122
- Speed Dial 29, 176
- Sprite Backup 28
- Streaming Media 29
- Tasks 29, 127
- Task Manager 29, 67
- Video Recorder 29, 132
- Voice Notes 29, 128
- Voice Recorder 29
- Windows Media Player Mobile
29, 147
SIM Manager 28
Put call on hold 40
Q
Quick List 30
QWERTY keyboard 31
R
Receive
- call 40
- e-mail/SMS message 105
- MMS message 117
Regional settings 61
Reply
- e-mail/SMS message 106
- MMS message 118
Reset phone 76
Restart phone 76
Review screen 136
Ring tone 36, 126, 128, 168
Run MIDlets 157
S
Secure/Multipurpose Internet
Mail Extension (S/MIME) 57
Securing Wi-Fi Connection 99
Security
- e-mail 57, 108
- Internet 84
Send
- contact’s details (vCard) 126
- email/SMS message 105
- instant message (MSN) 119
- MMS message 113
- pictures/videos via e-mail
145
Settings 28
Setting up BT Remote SIM Access
44
Set music as ring tone 168
Set up Home screen 60
SIM Access Profile (SAP) 44
SIM Manager 122
SMS 102, 105
Sounds 61
Speakerphone 41
Speed Dial 29, 39, 176
Sports (capture mode) 133, 137
Sprite Backup 28, 71
Start menu 30
Status indicators 25
Still image capture modes 137
Stop programs 67
Streaming Media 29, 161
Swap/Switch calls 41
Synchronize
- information types 51
- music, video, and pictures 55
Index 199
- Outlook information with
Exchange Server 52
- Outlook information with the
computer 50
- schedule synchronization
with Exchange Server 53
- start/stop synchronization 49
- storage card 56
- via Bluetooth 55
Sync Setup Wizard 46
System font size 64
Voice Recorder 29, 129
Voice Speed Dial 178
Voice Tag 178
Voice tag
- create voice tag for phone
number, e-mail address,
or URL in Contacts 178
- create voice tag for program
178
- edit, delete, and play voice
tags 179
T
W
Tasks 29, 127
Task Manager 29, 67
Temporary files (Internet
Explorer) 84
Text messages (SMS) 102, 105
Text size (Web page) 82
Time setting 61
Web browser 82
Web page display options 82
Wi-Fi 98
Windows Media Player
- file formats 147
- menus 148
- overview 29
- synchronize 55
- troubleshooting 155
Windows Mobile software
version 65
U
USIM card 22
Using Adobe Reader 175
V
vCard 126
Verify digital signature 108
Video (capture mode) 133, 137
Video Recorder 29, 132
View
- photo slide show 144
- pictures 143
Visible (Bluetooth) 88
Voice Notes 29, 128
X
xT9 mode 32
Z
Zoom 139
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