Samsung | SGH-X460 | Samsung SGH-X460 User Manual

* Some of the contents in this manual may differ from your
phone, depending on the software installed or your service
provider.
ELECTRONICS
Printed in Korea
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Code No.: GH68-05507A
English. 08/2004. Rev. 1.2
GPRS TELEPHONE
SGH-X460
Contents
Important safety precautions ...................... 7
Unpacking .................................................... 9
Your phone ................................................ 10
Phone layout......................................................
Displays ............................................................
External display..................................................
Built-in antenna .................................................
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Getting started........................................... 18
Inserting/Removing the SIM card .........................
Installing/Removing/Charging the battery..............
Switching the phone on or off...............................
Selecting functions and options ............................
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Call functions ............................................. 26
Making a call......................................................
Ending a call ......................................................
Answering a call .................................................
Rejecting a call...................................................
Adjusting the volume ..........................................
Accessing options during a call .............................
Using the ear-microphone....................................
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Entering text .............................................. 39
Changing the text input mode ..............................
Using ABC mode.................................................
Using T9 mode ...................................................
Using symbolic mode ..........................................
Using number mode............................................
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Using the menus ........................................ 47
Accessing a menu function................................... 47
List of menu functions ......................................... 48
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Contents
Phonebook menu ....................................... 54
Find name (Phonebook 1.1).....................................
Add entry (Phonebook 1.2)......................................
Speed-dial list (Phonebook 1.3) ...............................
Copy all to phone (Phonebook 1.4) ..........................
Delete all (Phonebook 1.5) ......................................
Own number (Phonebook 2.1) .................................
Group setting (Phonebook 2.2) ................................
Memory status (Phonebook 2.3) ..............................
Service directory (Phonebook 3.1) ...........................
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Messages ................................................... 64
Short message (Menu 1.1)......................................
Multimedia message (Menu 1.2)..............................
Voice mail (Menu 1.3).............................................
Preset messages (Menu 1.4) ...................................
Broadcast (Menu 1.5) .............................................
Settings (Menu 1.6)................................................
Memory status (Menu 1.7) ......................................
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Call records ................................................ 89
Missed calls (Menu 2.1) ..........................................
Received calls (Menu 2.2) .......................................
Dialled calls (Menu 2.3) ..........................................
Delete all (Menu 2.4)..............................................
Call time (Menu 2.5)...............................................
Call costs (Menu 2.6)..............................................
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Sound settings ........................................... 93
Incoming calls (Menu 3.1) ......................................
Messages (Menu 3.2)..............................................
Power on/off (Menu 3.3) .........................................
Connection tone (Menu 3.4)....................................
Key tone (Menu 3.5)...............................................
Minute minder (Menu 3.6) ......................................
Quiet mode (Menu 3.7)...........................................
Alerts on call (Menu 3.8).........................................
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Contents
Phone settings ........................................... 98
Greeting message (Menu 4.1) ................................. 98
Display (Menu 4.2) ................................................. 98
Language (Menu 4.3) ........................................... 100
Security (Menu 4.4).............................................. 100
Auto redial (Menu 4.5).......................................... 104
Active folder (Menu 4.6) ....................................... 104
Side key (Menu 4.7) ............................................. 104
Anykey answer (Menu 4.8) ................................... 105
Reset settings (Menu 4.9) ..................................... 105
Organiser ................................................. 106
New memo (Menu 5.1) .........................................
Calendar (Menu 5.2).............................................
To do list (Menu 5.3) ............................................
Clock (Menu 5.4)..................................................
Alarm (Menu 5.5) .................................................
Calculator (Menu 5.6) ...........................................
Conversion (Menu 5.7) .........................................
Timer (Menu 5.8) .................................................
Stopwatch (Menu 5.9) ..........................................
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Network services ..................................... 120
Call diverting (Menu 6.1) ......................................
Call barring (Menu 6.2).........................................
Call waiting (Menu 6.3).........................................
Network selection (Menu 6.4)................................
Caller ID (Menu 6.5).............................................
Active line (Menu 6.6) ..........................................
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Fun box .................................................... 127
WWW Services (Menu 7.1).................................... 127
Media box (Menu 7.2)........................................... 134
JAVA world (Menu 7.3) ......................................... 136
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Contents
Using ALS (Alternate Line Service) .......... 140
Solving problems ..................................... 142
Access codes ............................................ 145
Phone password ...............................................
PIN.................................................................
PIN2 ...............................................................
PUK ................................................................
PUK2 ..............................................................
Call barring password........................................
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Health and safety information.................. 148
SAR certification information ..............................
Precautions when using batteries........................
Road safety .....................................................
Operating environment .....................................
Electronic devices .............................................
Potentially explosive atmospheres.......................
Emergency calls ...............................................
Other important safety information .....................
Care and maintenance ......................................
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Glossary ................................................... 158
Index ....................................................... 162
Quick Reference Card............................... 167
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Important safety
precautions
Read these guidelines before using your wireless
phone. Failure to comply with them may be
dangerous or illegal.
Road safety at all times
Do not use a hand-held phone while driving; park
the vehicle first.
Switching off when refuelling
Do not use the phone at a refuelling point (service
station) or near fuels or chemicals.
Switching off in aircraft
Wireless phones can cause interference. Using them
in aircraft is both illegal and dangerous.
Switching off in hospitals
Switch off your phone near medical equipment.
Follow any regulations or rules in force.
Interference
All wireless phones may be subject to interference,
which could affect their performance.
Special regulations
Meet any special regulations in force in any area and
always switch off your phone whenever it is
forbidden to use it, or when it may cause
interference or danger (in a hospital for example).
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Important safety precautions
Sensible use
Use only in the normal position (held to the ear).
Avoid unnecessary contact with the antenna when
the phone is switched on, especially when the phone
is in service.
Emergency call
Ensure the phone is switched on and in service. Key
in the emergency number for your present location,
then press the
key. If certain features are in use,
deactivate those features before you can make an
emergency call. Give all the necessary information
as accurately as possible. Do not cut off the call until
given permission to do so.
Water resistance
Your phone is not water-resistant. Keep it dry.
Accessories and batteries
Use only Samsung-approved accessories. Use of any
unauthorised accessories could damage your phone
and may be dangerous.
Use only Samsung-approved batteries and recharge
your battery only with Samsung-approved chargers.
Qualified service
Only qualified service personnel may install or repair
your phone.
For more detailed safety information, see “Health
and safety information” on page 148.
CAUTION
RISK OF EXPLOSION IF A BATTERY IS REPLACED
BY AN INCORRECT TYPE.
DISPOSE OF USED BATTERIES ACCORDING
TO THE INSTRUCTIONS.
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Unpacking
Your package contains the following items:
Phone
Travel Adapter
Battery
Owner’s Manual
In addition, you can obtain the following
accessories for your phone from your local
Samsung dealer:
• Standard battery
• Travel adapter
• Simple hands-free car kit
• PC data link kit
• Hand/Finger strap
Notes:
• This items supplied with your phone and available
accessories may be different, depending on your
country or service provider.
• Use only Samsung-approved headset in order to get
best sound quality. If you use other products, it may
make much more noise than Samsung’s headset.
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Your phone
Phone layout
The following illustrations show the main elements
of your phone:
Open view
Earpiece
Folder
Main display
Navigation keys
(Up/Down/Left/
Right)
Soft key (left)
Ear microphone jack
Volume/Menu
browse keys
Dial/Menu
confirmation key
Cancel/Back/
Correction key
Soft key (right)
WAP Browser
key
Power on/off /
Menu exit key
Alphanumeric
keys
Microphone
Special
function keys
Charger connector
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Your phone
Keys
Key(s)
(soft keys)
Description
Perform the functions indicated by the
text above them, on the bottom line of
the display.
In menu mode, scroll through the menu
options and the phonebook memory.
In idle mode, the Left key accesses the
new SMS message writing screen
(Menu 1.1.2), the Right key accesses
the Incoming call melody setting menu
(Menu 3.1) and the Up key accesses
the calendar menu (Memu 5.2). The
Down key accesses the Java world menu
(Memu 7.3).
In idle mode, launches the WAP
(Wireless Application Protocol) browser
directly.
Initiates or answers a call.
In idle mode, accesses the call log list.
In menu mode, selects a menu function
or stores information that you have
entered, such as a name in the phone or
SIM memory.
Deletes characters from the display.
When pressed and held in idle mode,
quickly accesses the new memo menu
(menu 5.1). In menu mode, returns to
previous screen.
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Your phone
Key(s)
Description (continued)
Ends a call.
When pressed and held, switches the
phone on or off.
In menu mode, cancels your input and
returns to idle mode.
When pressed and held in idle mode,
quickly accesses your voice mail server.
Enter numbers, letters, and some
special characters. If you want to make
a international call, press and hold 0 key
or press twice 0 key.
Used for various purposes in different
functions.
When pressed and held while entering a
phone number, the
key enters a
pause.
When pressed and held in idle mode, the
key enters or exits quiet mode.
(on the left side of the phone)
During a call, adjusts the earpiece
volume.
In idle mode with the phone open,
adjusts the key tone volume.
When pressed and held as a call is
coming in, rejects the call or silences the
ring tone. See page 104.
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Your phone
Displays
Main display
The main display has three areas:
Icons
Text and
graphic area
Menu
Phonebook
Soft key Indications
Area
Description
First line
Displays various icons. See
page 14.
Middle
Displays messages, instructions,
and any information that you
enter, such as a number to be
dialled.
Last line
Shows the functions currently
assigned to the two soft keys.
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Your phone
Icons
Icon
Description
Shows the received signal strength. The
more bars, the stronger the signal.
Appears when a call is in progress. When
your SIM card supports ALS (Alternate
Line Service), this icon may appear with
the number 1, 2, or both.
For example ,
, or
.
Appears when you are out of a service
area. When it displays, you cannot make
or receive calls.
Appears when you have new or
unchecked voice messages. When your
SIM card supports ALS (Alternate Line
Service), this icon may appear as
,
, or
.
(This icon may be shown only if your
service provider supports this.)
Appears when you have new or unread
messages.
Appears when you have new or
unchecked multimedia messages.
Appears when you are retrieving a
multimedia message.
Appears when you are sending a
multimedia message.
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Your phone
Icon
Description (continued)
Appears when you set the alarm(s) to ring
at a specified time.
Appears when the call diverting feature is
activated.When your SIM card supports
ALS (Alternate Line Service), this icon
may appear with the number 1, 2, or
both. For example
,
, or
.
(This icon may be shown only if your
service provider supports this.)
Appears when you are connected to the
GPRS network.
Appears when you are in your home zone.
(This icon may be shown only if your service
provider supports this.)
Appears when your are in your office
zone. (This icon may be shown only if your
service provider supports this.)
Appears when you set the alert type for
incoming calls to Vibration or Vibration
then melody. For further details, see
page 94.
Appears when quiet mode is active.
Shows the level of your battery. The more
bars you see, the more power you have
left.
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Your phone
Backlight on mode
The displays and the keypad are illuminated by a
backlight. When you press any key or open the
folder, the backlight illuminates. It turns off if no
key is pressed within a given period of time,
depending on the Backlight option settings. See
page 99 for further details.
Dim mode
If no key is pressed for a given period of time which
you can set in the Backlight menu option (Menu
4.2.3), the backlight dims to save power. Press any
key to awaken it from dim mode.
Main display off mode
If no key is pressed for one minute after the
backlight dims, the main display shuts off. Press
any key to reactivate the main display.
External display
Your phone has an external display on the folder.
It indicates that you have an incoming call or
message, and notifies you at the specified time if
you have set an alarm.
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Your phone
When you press and hold either of the volume keys
with the folder closed, the external display will
illuminate.
When the ear-microphone is connected, you can
also use its button to turn on the external display.
Built-in antenna
Your phone has a built-in antenna. As with other
mobile radio transmitting equipment, do not touch
the antenna unnecessarily when the phone is
switched on. Contact with the antenna affects call
quality and may cause the phone to operate at a
higher power level than needed.
Built-in antenna
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Getting started
Inserting/Removing the SIM card
When you subscribe to a cellular network, you are
provided with a SIM card loaded with your
subscription details, such as your PIN, any optional
services available, and so on.
• Keep all SIM cards out of the reach of small
children.
• The SIM card and its data can be easily damaged
by scratches or bending, so be careful when you
are handling, inserting, or removing the card.
• When you are installing the SIM card, always
make sure that the phone is switched off, as you
will need to remove the battery.
Inserting the SIM card
1. If necessary, remove the battery by referring to
page 20.
2. Insert and slide the SIM card under the two
tabs, ensuring that the notched corner goes to
the top left and the gold contacts of the card
face go into the phone.
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Getting started
Removing the SIM card
To remove the SIM card, slide the card out of the
holder, as shown.
Installing/Removing/Charging the
battery
Your phone is powered by a rechargeable Li-ion
battery. Use only approved batteries and chargers.
Ask your local Samsung dealer for further details.
Note: You must fully charge the battery before using
your phone for the first time. A discharged
standard battery is fully recharged in
approximately 130 minutes.
Installing the battery
1. Insert the teeth on the bottom of the battery
into the corresponding slots on the phone.
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Getting started
2. Press the battery against the back of the phone
until it clicks into place.
Removing the battery
1. Switch off the phone by pressing and holding
the
key.
2. To remove the battery, pull the battery catch
toward the top of the phone and hold it in that
position. Lift the battery away from the phone.
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Getting started
Charging the battery by using the travel
adapter
Note: The phone can be used while the battery is
being charged, but this causes the battery to
charge more slowly.
1. Plug the travel adapter connecter into the jack
at the bottom of the phone.
Check that the arrow on the connector is facing
up, as is the phone.
2. Plug the adapter into a standard AC wall outlet.
While charging, the battery icon at the top right
corner of the display repeatedly fills to show that
the battery is charging.
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Getting started
3. When charging is finished and the battery icon
becomes solid and the ‘Fully charged’ message
is displayed, disconnect the adapter from the
power outlet and from the phone by pressing
the grey tabs on both sides of the connector and
pulling the connector out.
Low battery indicator
When the battery is weak and only a few minutes of
talk time remain, the battery sensor informs you in
the following ways: an empty battery icon flashes
(
), you hear a warning tone, and a message
repeats at regular intervals on the display.
When the battery becomes too weak for the phone
to operate, it switches off automatically.
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Getting started
Switching the phone on or off
To switch the phone on:
1. Open the folder.
2. Hold down the
switches on.
key until the phone
3. If the phone asks for a PIN, enter the PIN and
press the OK soft key. For further details, see
page 145.
The phone searches your network and the
current date and time appear on the display.
After your phone find its network, you can make
and receive a call.
Service Provider
Fri 17 Sep 04
12:53
External display
12:53
Fri 17 Sep
Menu
Phonebook
Note: To change the language, use the
Language menu option (Menu 4.3).
For further details, see page 100.
To switch the phone off:
Hold down the
key until the power-off
animation displays.
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Getting started
Selecting functions and options
Your phone offers a set of functions that allows you
to customise your phone. These functions are
arranged in menus and sub-menus, accessed via
the two soft keys marked
and
. Each menu
and sub-menu allows you to view and alter the
settings of a particular function.
The roles of the soft keys vary according to the
current context; the labels or icons on the bottom
line of the display, just above the soft keys, indicate
their current roles.
Example:
Service Provider
Fri 17 Sep 04
12:53
Menu
Press the left soft
key to access menu
functions.
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Phonebook
Press the right soft
key to access the
Phonebook feature.
Getting started
To view various functions/options available or select
the one you want:
1. Press the appropriate soft key.
2. To
select the:
• function displayed
• option highlighted
Press the
Select soft key.
view the next function or Down key.
highlight the next option
on a list
move back to the
previous function or
option on a list
Up key.
move back up one level
in the structure
(or Back) soft
key or C key.
return to the idle mode
key.
In some functions, you may be asked for a
password or PIN. Enter the required code and press
the OK soft key.
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Call functions
Making a call
Using the number keypad
When the idle screen is displayed, enter the area
code and phone number, and press the
key.
Note: If you have set the Auto redial option (Menu
4.5) to On, the number will be redialled
automatically up to ten times if the person you
called does not answer or the line is busy. See
page 104 for further details.
Correcting the number
To clear
Press the
the last digit
displayed
C key.
any other digit
Left or Right key until the
cursor (|) is immediately to
the right of the digit to be
cleared and press the C key.
You can also insert a missing
digit simply by pressing the
appropriate key.
all digits displayed
C key and hold it down for
more than one second.
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Call functions
Making an international call
1. Press and hold the 0 key for the international
prefix. The + character appears.
2. Enter the country code, area code, and phone
number and press the
key.
Making a call from Phonebook
You can store the names and phone numbers you
call regularly in the SIM card and the phone’s
memory, which are jointly called Phonebook. You
then do not need to remember all your numbers;
simply select the required name to recall the
associated number.
For further details about the Phonebook feature,
see page 54.
Using the call logs
The phone stores up to 20 calls dialled, received, or
missed, chronologically. The last call is saved in the
first position. If the same number occurs more than
once, only the latest occurrence is saved.
To recall any of these numbers:
1. Press the
log list.
key in idle mode to access the Call
2. Use the Up and Down keys to scroll through the
list until the number you want highlights.
The call logs are listed with the following icons:
•
: Dialled calls
•
: Received calls
•
: Missed calls
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Call functions
3. To dial the number, press the
key.
To view each call record separately, see ‘Call
Records’ on page 89.
Viewing missed calls
If you have a subscription that includes Caller Line
Identification (CLI) and you are unable to answer a
call, you can find out who was calling you so that
you can call the person back.
The number of missed calls displays on the idle
screen immediately after a call has been missed.
To view the missed calls immediately:
1. If the folder is closed, open it up.
2. Press the Missed soft key.
The list of the missed calls displays.
3. If necessary, scroll to the number you want by
pressing the Up or Down key.
4. To dial the number, press the
key.
To use the missed call options, see ‘Missed Calls’ on
page 89.
Note: To clear the new message notification on the
display, press the
key. When you also
have missed calls, voice mails, short messages
or multimedia messages, and multiple Cell
Broadcasts (CBs), the right soft key indication
changes in the following order: Missed,
Connect, View, CB, and Phonebook
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Call functions
Speed-dialling from Phonebook
Once you have stored numbers in Phonebook, you
can dial a number simply by pressing one or two
keys. For further details, see page 58.
Ending a call
When you want to finish your call, briefly press the
key or close the folder.
Answering a call
When somebody calls you, the phone rings and
displays the incoming call animation.
If the caller can be identified, the caller’s phone
number, or name if stored in Phonebook, displays.
To answer a call, open the folder. If it is already
open, press the
key or Accept soft key.
Note: You can answer a call while using Phonebook or
menu features. The current operation stops.
Rejecting a call
To reject an incoming call, press the
the Reject soft key.
key or
If the Side key option is set to Reject, you can
press and hold either of the volume keys on the left
side of the phone to reject an incoming call; see
page 104.
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Call functions
Adjusting the volume
During a call, if you wish to adjust the earpiece
volume, use the volume keys on the left side of the
phone.
Press the
key to increase the volume level and
the
key to decrease it.
In idle mode with the folder open, you can adjust
the key tone volume using the
and
keys.
Note: When a call comes in, you can reject the call or
mute the call ringer by pressing and holding
one of the volume keys, depending on the Side
key option settings (Menu 4.7). For further
details, see page 104.
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Call functions
Accessing options during a call
Your phone provides a number of control functions
that you can use during a call.
Switching the microphone off (Mute)
You can temporarily switch your phone’s
microphone off so that the person with whom you
are speaking cannot hear you.
Example: You may wish to say something to
another person in the room, but do not
want the person on the phone to hear
you.
1. Press the Options soft key.
2. When Mute highlights, press the Select soft
key.
The Mute icon (
) appears on the bottom line
of the display and your correspondent can no
longer hear you.
To switch the microphone back on:
1. Press the Options soft key.
2. When Unmute highlights, press the Select soft
key.
The Mute icon disappears and your
correspondent can once again hear you.
Searching for a number in Phonebook
You can search for a number in Phonebook during a
call.
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1. Press the Options soft key.
2. If necessary, press the Up or Down key to
highlight the Phonebook option. Press the
Select soft key.
3. Select the Find name option and press the
Select soft key.
The Phonebook entries are listed.
4. Enter the first few letters of the name that you
want to find. The Phonebook entries will be
listed, starting with the first entry matching your
input.
Note: You can also scroll through Phonebook from
the beginning, by pressing the Up or Down
key.
5. To view the highlighted entry, press the OK soft
key.
For further details about the Phonebook feature,
see page 54.
Muting/Sending key tones
You can turn the key tones off or on during a call.
When the Mute keys option is selected, your phone
does not transmit key tones. This allows you to
press keys without hearing annoying key tones
during a call.
To communicate with answering machines or
computerised telephone systems, the Send keys
option must be selected.
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Call functions
Sending DTMF tones
You can send the DTMF(Dual Tone Multi-Frequency)
tones of the number on the display during a call.
This option is helpful for entering a password or
account number when you call an automated
system, like a banking service.
To send the DTMF tones:
1. When you are connected to the teleservice
system, press the Options soft key.
2. Press the Up or Down key to highlight the Send
DTMF option. Press the Select soft key.
3. Enter the number you want to send and press
the OK soft key.
The tones of the displayed number are sent.
Using the message service
You can read or write a new message during a call.
1. Press the Options soft key.
2. Press the Up or Down key to highlight the
Message option. Press the Select soft key.
3. To read a received message, select the Inbox
option, and then scroll to the message that you
want to read.
To write a new message, select the New
message option.
4. Press the Select soft key.
For further details about the SMS feature, see
page 64.
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Call functions
Using the SIM-AT (SIM Application
Toolkit)
If you use a SAT card that provides additional
services, the SAT menu displays. For further details,
see your SIM card instructions.
Putting a call on hold
You can place a call on hold whenever you want.
You can make another call while you have a call in
progress if this service is supported by your
network. Of these two calls, one is active and the
other is on hold, and you can switch between the
two.
To place a call on hold, simply press the Hold soft
key. You can reactivate the call whenever you want
by pressing the Retrie. soft key.
Making a second call
You can make a call while you have a call in
progress, if this service is supported by your
network.
To make a call while you have a call in progress:
1. Enter the phone number that you want to dial or
look it up in Phonebook.
2. Press the
key to dial the second call.
The first call is automatically put on hold.
Or alternatively:
1. Put the current call on hold by pressing the Hold
soft key.
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Call functions
2. Make the second call in the normal way.
To switch between the two calls, simply press the
Swap soft key.
The current call is placed on hold and the call on
hold is reactivated so that you can continue
conversing with the other person.
To end the call on hold, press the Options soft key
and select the End held call option.
When you want to finish, end each call normally by
pressing the
key.
Answering a second call
You can answer an incoming call while you have a
call in progress, if this service is supported by your
network and you have activated the Call waiting
option (see page 124). You will be notified of an
incoming call by a call waiting tone.
To answer a call while you have another call in
progress:
1. Press the
key to answer the incoming call.
The first call is automatically put on hold.
2. To switch between the two calls, press the Swap
soft key.
3. To end the call on hold, press the Options soft
key and select the End held call option.
To end the current call, press the
key.
The call on hold is automatically reconnected to
you.
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Call functions
Transferring a call
You can transfer the current call to the call on hold
if this service is supported by the network, so that
the callers can talk to each other. You are
disconnected from both of them.
1. During a call, answer or make a call in the
normal way, and press the Options soft key.
2. Press the Up or Down key to select the Transfer
option and press the Select soft key.
The two people are connected to each other.
Making a multi-party call
A multi-party calling is a feature of some networks
service that allows up to six people to take part
simultaneously in a multi-party or conference call.
For more information, contact your service provider.
Setting up a multi-party call
1. Call the first participant in the normal way.
2. Call the second participant in the normal way.
The first call is automatically put on hold.
3. To join the first participant to the multi-party
call, press the Options soft key and select the
Join option. Press the Select soft key.
4. To add a new person to the multi-party call, call
the person in the normal way. Then press the
Options soft key and select the Join option.
Press the Select soft key.
You can add incoming callers by answering the call
and selecting the Join option. Repeat as needed.
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Call functions
Geting a second call during a multi-party call
To make a call when you are on a multi-party call:
See ‘Making a second call’ on page 34.
To answer a call when you have the multi-party call:
1. Press the
key to answer the incoming call.
The multi-party call is automatically put on hold.
The other call participants can continue talking.
2. To switch between the two calls, press the Swap
soft key.
3. To end the call on hold, press the Options soft
key and select the End held multiparty option
or End held call option.
To end the current call, press the
key.
The call on hold is recontinued to you.
Having a private conversation with one
participant
1. Press the Options soft key and select the Split
option. Press the Select soft key.
2. Press the Up or Down key to highlight a
participant and press the Select soft key.
Now you can talk privately with that person. The
other participants can continue to converse with
each other.
3. To return to the multi-party call, press the
Options soft key and select the Join option.
4. Press the Select soft key.
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Call functions
All of the multi-party call participants can now
hear each other.
Removing one participant
1. Press the Options soft key and select the
Remove option.
2. Press the Up or Down key to highlight a
participant and press the Select soft key.
The call with that participant ends, but you can
continue to talk with the other participants.
3. End the multi-party call by closing the folder or
pressing the
key.
Using the ear-microphone
With the ear-microphone, you can make or answer
a call without holding the phone.
When you connect the ear-microphone to the jack
at the top of the phone, the button on the
ear-microphone works as listed below:
To
Press
redial the last call
the button twice in idle mode.
answer a call
and hold the button.
end a call
and hold the button.
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Entering text
There are many situations in which you need to
enter text, such as when storing a name in
Phonebook, writing a message, creating your
personal greeting, or scheduling events on your
calendar.
You are provided with the following text input
modes:
• ABC mode
This mode allows you to enter letters by pressing
the key labelled with the required letter once,
twice, three, or four times until the desired letter
displays.
• T9 mode*
This mode allows you to enter words with only
one keystroke per letter. Each key on the keypad
has more than one letter – for example, when
you press the 5 key, J, K, or L can be displayed.
The T9 mode automatically compares your
keystrokes with an internal linguistic dictionary to
determine the correct word, thus requiring far
fewer keystrokes than the traditional ABC mode.
• Symbolic mode
This mode allows you to enter special characters.
• Number mode
This mode allows you to enter numbers.
*
is a registered trademark of Tegic Communications,
Inc. and is licensed under U.S. Patent 5,818,437/
5,953,541/ 6,011,554.
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Entering text
Changing the text input mode
When you are in a field that allows characters to be
entered, you will see the text input mode indicator
at the bottom of the display.
Example: Entering a name in Phonebook
Enter name
Ok
20
Eng
Text input mode indicator:
ABC English mode
To change to another text input mode:
1. Press the right soft key indicating the current
text input mode.
2. Scroll to the mode you want to use by pressing
the Up or Down key.
You can use the Add word option to add new
words into the T9 dictionary. See page 44.
The Language select option allows you to
change the text input language.
Note: If you want to exit the menu without
changing the mode, press the
soft key or
key.
3. Press the Select soft key to confirm the
highlighted text input mode.
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Entering text
Quickly changing the text input mode
To switch between the
Number and previous mode
Symbol and previous mode
ABC and T9 mode
Press and hold the
key.
key.
right soft key.
Using ABC mode
When inputting words in ABC mode, press the key
labelled with the required letter:
- Once for the first letter
- Twice for the second letter
- And so on
Example: To display the letter “C”, quickly press the
2 key three times. To display the letter
“K”, press the 5 key twice. This method is
called Multi-tap typing.
Note: The cursor moves to the right when you press a
key. When entering the same letter twice or a
different letter on the same key, just press the
Right key, or alternatively, wait a few seconds
for the cursor to move to the right
automatically, and then enter the next letter.
Refer to the table below for more information about
the characters available. The characters vary,
depending on the text input language.
You can select the language by setting one of the
following options:
• Language select: see page 40.
• Input mode (Menu 4.3.2): see page 100.
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Entering text
List of the characters available
Key
Characters in the Order Displayed
1
.
,
-
?
2
A
B
C
2
3
D
E
F
3
4
G
H
I
4
5
J
K
L
5
6
M N
O
6
7
P
Q
R
S
8
T
U
V
8
9
W X
Y
Z
0
0
!
‘
@
:
1
7
9
(Capital Lock mode in English)
Changing the case
To change the case of the next letter(s) that you
enter, press the
key. There are three cases:
• Lower Case (no indicator)
• Initial Capital (
• Capital Lock (
)
)
Inserting a space
To insert a space between words, press the
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key.
Entering text
Scrolling
To move the cursor to the left or right within the
text, press the Left or Right key.
Clearing letters and words
To clear the letter to the left of the cursor, press the
C key. You can clear all of the letters on the display
by pressing and holding the C key.
Returning to the previous screen
After the text input field has been cleared, you can
press and hold the C key to return to the previous
screen.
Using T9 mode
To input a word in T9 mode:
1. Start entering the word by pressing keys 2 to 9.
Press each key only once for each letter.
Example: To enter “hello” in the T9 mode, press
the 4, 3, 5, 5, and 6 keys.
The word you are typing appears on the display.
It may change with each key that you press.
2. Enter the whole word before editing or deleting
any keystrokes.
3. If the word is correct, start entering the next
word. Otherwise, while the word is highlighted,
press the 0 key repeatedly to display alternative
word choices for the keys that you have
pressed.
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Entering text
Example: Both “of” and “me” have the same
sequence of 6 and 3. The phone displays
the most commonly used choice first.
4. Insert a space between words by pressing the
key.
5. Enter the next word.
If Spell appears above the left soft key while you
are entering text, the word does not exist in the T9
dictionary. To type words not found in the T9
dictionary, change the text input mode to the ABC
mode, or proceed as follows:
1. Press the Spell soft key, or press the right soft
key and select the Add word option.
2. Enter the word you want to add using the ABC
mode (see page 41) and press the OK soft key.
The word is saved in the T9 dictionary and
inserted in the input field.
3. Continue entering other words in the T9 mode.
Smart punctuation
To enter periods, hyphens, or apostrophes, press
the 1 key. The T9 mode applies rules of grammar to
insert the correct punctuation.
Example: The 1 key is used twice to display two
punctuation marks.
l
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e
t
‘
s
e
a
t
.
Entering text
Changing the case
To change the case of the next letter(s) that you
enter, press the
key. There are three cases:
• Lower Case (no indicator)
• Initial Capital (
• Capital Lock (
)
)
Inserting a space
To insert a space between words, press the
key.
Entering a number directly
To enter a number, press and hold the required
number key.
Scrolling
To move the cursor to the left or right within the
text, press the Left or Right key.
Clearing letters and words
To clear the letter to the left of the cursor, press the
C key. You can clear all of the letters on the display
by pressing and holding the C key.
Returning to the previous screen
After the text input field has been cleared, you can
press and hold the C key to return to the previous
screen.
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Entering text
Using symbolic mode
Symbolic mode enables you to enter symbols in
your text.
To
Press the
display more
symbols
Up or Down key.
enter a symbol
corresponding number key.
return to the
OK soft key.
previous text input
mode with entered
symbol(s)
return to the
previous text input
mode without
entered symbol(s)
soft key.
Using number mode
Number mode enables you to enter numbers in
your text. Press the keys corresponding to the digits
you want to enter.
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Using the menus
The phone offers a range of functions that allows
you to tailor the phone to your needs. These
functions are arranged in menus and sub-menus.
Accessing a menu function
The menus and sub-menus can be accessed by
pressing the Menu or Phonebook soft key in idle
mode, then scrolling with the navigation keys.
1. In idle mode, press the Menu soft key to access
the main menu or press the Phonebook soft
key to access Phonebook menu.
2. Scroll through the menus using the Left or Right
key.
3. Find the sub-menu that you wish to use by
scrolling with the Up or Down key.
4. Press the Select soft key to access the submenu.
If the menu that you have selected contains
further sub-menus, repeat steps 3 and 4.
5. Scroll to the option you want to choose with the
Up or Down key.
6. Press the Select soft key to choose the setting.
Note: You can return to the previous menu level by
pressing the
soft key.
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Using the menus
You can also access the menus and sub-menus by
quickly entering the corresponding menu number.
Example: To access the Voice mail menu option,
press the Menu soft key, 1, 3 in idle
mode.
List of menu functions
Various menus let you check or change your phone
settings. The following list shows the menu
structure.
The numbers assigned to each menu option may
not match the menu number on the phone. It
depends on the services supported by your SIM
card.
Phonebook menu
1. Phonebook
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
(see page 54)
Find name
Add entry
Speed-dial list
Copy all to phone
Delete all
2. Management
(see page 61)
2.1 Own number
2.2 Group setting
2.3 Memory status
3. Services
(see page 63)
3.1 Service directory
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Using the menus
Main menu
1. Messages
(see page 64)
1.1 Short message
1.1.1 Inbox
1.1.2 New message
1.1.3 Outbox
1.1.4 Delete all
1.2 Multimedia message
1.2.1 Inbox
1.2.2 New message
1.2.3 Outbox
1.2.4 Draft
1.2.5 My folder
1.2.6 Delete all
1.3 Voice mail
1.3.1 Connect to voice mail
1.3.2 Voice server number
1.4 Preset messages
1.5 Broadcast
1.5.1 Read
1.5.2 Receive
1.5.3 Channel
1.5.4 Language
1.6 Settings
1.6.1 Short message
1.6.2 Multimedia message
1.7 Memory status
1.7.1 Short message
1.7.2 Multimedia message
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Using the menus
2. Call records
(see page 89)
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
Missed calls
Received calls
Dialled calls
Delete all
Call time
2.5.1 Last call time
2.5.2 Total sent
2.5.3 Total received
2.5.4 Reset timers
2.6 Call costs*
2.6.1 Last call cost
2.6.2 Total cost
2.6.3 Max cost
2.6.4 Reset counters
2.6.5 Set max cost
2.6.6 Price/Unit
3. Sound settings
(see page 93)
3.1 Incoming calls
3.1.1 Default melodies
3.1.2 My sounds
3.1.3 Ring volume
3.1.4 Alert type
3.2 Messages
3.2.1 Short message
3.2.2 Multimedia message
3.3 Power on/off
3.4 Connection tone
3.5 Key tone
3.6 Minute minder
3.7 Quiet mode
3.8 Alerts on call
* Shown only if supported by your SIM card.
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Using the menus
4. Phone settings
(see page 98)
4.1 Greeting message
4.2 Display
4.2.1 Wallpaper
4.2.2 Skin
4.2.3 Backlight
4.2.4 LCD contrast
4.3 Language
4.3.1 Text language
4.3.2 Input mode
4.4 Security
4.4.1 PIN check
4.4.2 Change PIN
4.4.3 Phone lock
4.4.4 Change password
4.4.5 Privacy
4.4.6 SIM lock
4.4.7 FDN mode*
4.4.8 Change PIN2*
4.5 Auto redial
4.6 Active folder
4.7 Side key
4.8 Anykey answer
4.9 Reset settings
4.9.1 Sound settings
4.9.2 Phone settings
4.9.3 All settings
5. Organiser
(see page 106)
5.1 New memo
5.2 Calendar
5.3 To do list
* Shown only if it is supported by your SIM card.
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Using the menus
5.4 Clock
5.4.1 Set time
5.4.2 Set date
5.4.3 Set world time
5.4.4 Set format
5.5 Alarm
5.6 Calculator
5.7 Conversion
5.7.1 Currency
5.7.2 Length
5.7.3 Weight
5.7.4 Volume
5.7.5 Area
5.7.6 Temperature
5.8 Timer
5.9 Stopwatch
6. Network services
(see page 120)
6.1 Call diverting
6.1.1 Divert always
6.1.2 Busy
6.1.3 No reply
6.1.4 Unreachable
6.1.5 Cancel all
6.2 Call barring
6.2.1 All outgoing
6.2.2 International
6.2.3 International except to home
6.2.4 All incoming
6.2.5 Incoming while abroad
6.2.6 Cancel all
6.2.7 Change barring password
6.3 Call waiting
6.4 Network selection
6.5 Caller ID
6.6 Active line*
* Shown only if it is supported by your SIM card.
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Using the menus
7. Fun box
(see page 127)
7.1 WWW Services*
7.1.1 Home
7.1.2 Bookmark
7.1.3 Go to URL
7.1.4 Clear cache
7.1.5 Proxy settings
7.1.6 Current proxy
7.1.7 Push messages
7.2 Media box
7.2.1 Images
7.2.2 Sounds
7.2.3 Delete all
7.2.4 Memory status
7.3 JAVA world
7.3.1 Downloads
7.3.2 Internet settings
7.3.3 Memory status
8. SIM AT (Application Toolkit)**
* May not be shown or supported by your network service provider.
** Shown only if it is supported by your SIM card.
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Phonebook menu
Phonebook offers the following features:
• Phonebook: allows you to find, create, and set
up the speed-dialling feature, and manage
Phonebook.
• Management: allows you to create, or remove
your own number, set up caller groups and check
memory status.
• Services: allows you to use the service directory
depending on your SIM card.
Find name
(Phonebook 1.1)
To search for a number in Phonebook, proceed as
follows.
1. Enter the initial letter(s) of the name that you
want to find.
Phonebook entries are listed, highlighting the
entry matching your input.
2. If necessary, press the Up or Down key to scroll
to the entry you want.
3. Once you have found the entry, press the OK
soft key.
4.
To
dial the displayed
number
change Phonebook
entries
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Press the
key.
Options soft key. For
further details, see
page 55
Phonebook menu
Editing phone memory entries
While looking at a Phonebook entry, scroll to the
category that you want to edit by pressing the Left
or Right key. The following categories are available
and you can edit the information of each category
by pressing the Options soft key.
Category Options
Mobile
Home
Office
Fax
Other
Select one of the following options. For
details about these options, refer to
the page 56.
E-Mail
Enter or edit e-mail address
Edit number
Change name
Send message (shown if the category
contains a number)
Copy (shown if the category contains a
number)
Delete entry
Group
Set one of the groups or no group
Graphic
Set one of the images or no image
Alert
Set one of the melodies or do not
assign a melody
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Phonebook menu
Editing SIM memory entries
To change SIM memory entry information, press the
Options soft key.
The following options are available:
Edit number
This option allows you to change the number. You
can also add a new number if none has been stored
for the selected entry.
Change name
This option allows you to change the name of the
entry.
To clear the old name, press the C key. For more
information about how to enter characters, see
page 39.
Send message
This option allows you to send a message to the
number. For more information about how to send a
message, see page 67.
Copy
This option allows you to copy the entry from the
SIM card to the phone’s memory.
Delete entry
This option allows you to delete the entry from
Phonebook. To confirm the deletion, press the Yes
soft key. Otherwise, press the No soft key.
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Phonebook menu
Add entry
(Phonebook 1.2)
You can store phone numbers and the
corresponding names in the memory of your SIM
card. In addition, you can store up to 1000 names
in the phone’s memory, and each name can be
associated with up to five numbers.
1. Enter the number you want to save.
Notes:
• If you make a mistake while entering a number,
correct it using the C key. For further details, see
page 26.
• To insert a dialling pause for special phone
services, such as banking by phone, hold down
the
key. “P” is displayed to indicate that a
pause will be inserted at that point in the dialling.
2. When you are sure that the number is correct,
press the Save soft key.
3. Select the memory where the number is to be
stored, either Phone or SIM, and press the
Select soft key.
Note: If you change phones, any numbers stored
in your SIM card will automatically be
available with the new phone, whereas any
numbers stored in the phone’s memory
must be entered again.
4. If you select SIM in step 3, go to step 5.
If you select Phone in step 3, choose a number
type using the Up or Down key and press the
Select soft key.
5. Enter the associated name.
For information about how to enter characters,
see page 39.
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Phonebook menu
6. When you are satisfied, press the OK soft key.
7. If you select Phone in step 3, go to step 8.
If you select SIM in step 3, enter the location
number and press the OK soft key.
8. If you want to change the entry, use the options.
for information about how to do it, see page 55.
If you want to return to the idle mode, press the
soft key or the
key.
Storing a Number in idle mode
As soon as you start to enter a number in idle
mode, Save appears above the left soft key to allow
you to store the number in Phonebook.
Continue the procedure from step 1 on page 57 to
store the number.
Speed-dial list
(Phonebook 1.3)
You can set up to eight speed-dial entries and then
dial them easily whenever you want, simply by
pressing the associated number key.
Setting up speed-dial entries
1. Press the Up or Down key to scroll to an empty
location and press the Select soft key.
2. When the Edit number option highlights, press
the Select soft key.
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Phonebook menu
3. Enter a phone number and press the OK soft
key. Or,
To retrieve a number from your Phonebook,
press the Phonebook soft key. Select an entry
from the list and press the OK soft key. Press
the OK soft key to save it.
4. When you have finished, press the
the
key to exit.
soft key or
Editing speed-dial entries
1. Select the speed-dial entry you want to edit
from the list and press the Select soft key.
2. Select one of the following menu options by
pressing the Up or Down key and press the
Select soft key:
• Edit number: allows you to change the
number.
• Change name: allows you to change the
name of the entry.
• Delete: allows you to clear the setting so that
no number is assigned to the key.
3. When you have finished, press the
the
key to exit.
soft key or
Using the speed-dial feature
When the idle screen is displayed, press the number
key, 2 to 9, assigned to the speed-dial entry and
press the
key. You can also press and hold the
number key.
Note: The 1 key is reserved for your voice mail server
number.
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Phonebook menu
Dialling a number stored in the SIM card
Once you have stored phone numbers in your SIM
card, you can dial them easily whenever required.
To dial a number stored in the SIM card:
1. Enter the number of the SIM card location where
the number you want to dial is stored.
2. Press the
key.
The display shows the name and number stored
in that location.
3. Press the Dial soft key or the
Copy all to phone
key.
(Phonebook 1.4)
You can copy all of the numbers stored in the SIM
card to the phone’s memory.
1. When a confirming message appears, press the
Yes soft key to copy.
The number are copied to the phone’s memory,
labelled with Mobile by default.
Otherwise, press the No soft key.
2. When you have finished, press the
the
key to exit.
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soft key or
Phonebook menu
Delete all
(Phonebook 1.5)
You can delete Phonebook entries selectively
depending on their memory location, or all entries
at once.
1. Scroll to the desired memory selection and place
a check mark ahead of it by pressing Select soft
key.
Selecting All places check marks on both of the
memory sites.
2. If necessary, repeat step 1 to check another
option.
3. When you have finished checking, press the OK
soft key.
4. When a confirming message appears, press the
Yes soft key to delete all of the entries in the
memory or memories. Then enter the phone
password and press the OK soft key. The
password is preset to “00000000” by default. To
change it, see page 102.
Otherwise, press the No soft key.
Own number
(Phonebook 2.1)
To store your own phone number(s) with a name:
1. Scroll to an empty location by pressing the Up or
Down key and press the Select soft key.
2. When Edit number highlights, press the Select
soft key.
3. Enter your number and press the OK key.
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Phonebook menu
4. To assign a name, press the Down key to move
to Change name and press the Select soft key.
5. Enter a name and press the OK soft key.
6. When you have finished, press the
the
key to exit.
soft key or
To remove one of your numbers:
1. Select the entry you want to delete from the
Own number list and press the Select soft key.
2. Scroll to Delete by pressing the Up or Down key
and press the Select soft key.
3. When a confirming message appears, press the
Yes soft key to delete the number.
Otherwise, press the No soft key.
4. When you have finished, press the
the
key to exit.
Group setting
soft key or
(Phonebook 2.2)
You can change the settings of the five predefined
caller groups.
1. Select a caller group by pressing the Up or Down
key and press the Select soft key.
2. Scroll to a setting option by pressing the Up or
Down key and press the Select soft key.
The following options are available:
• Melody: allows you to select a melody to
sound when a call comes in from a member of
the group.
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Phonebook menu
• Change name: allows you to change the
name of the group; for further details about
how to enter characters, see page 39.
• View image: shows the image to display
when a call comes in from a member of the
group.
3. Change the setting as required and press the
Select soft key.
4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 to change other options.
When you have finished, press the
the
key to exit.
soft key or
Memory status (Phonebook 2.3)
You can check how many names and numbers are
stored in Phonebook, phone’s memory, SIM card,
and how many free locations remain.
When you have finished, press the
the
key to exit.
Service directory
soft key or
(Phonebook 3.1)
Note: This feature may not be available depending on
your SIM card.
The display shows the list of the numbers in the
Service Directory.
If necessary, scroll to a number by pressing the Up
or Down key and press the
key to dial the
number.
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Messages
This menu allows you to create, send, read, and
save messages with the Short Message Service
(SMS: text messages), Enhanced Message Service
(EMS: messages including simple images,
animations, or melodies) and Multimedia Message
Service (MMS: messages supporting the
presentation of various media types, such as full
colour images, polyphonic ring tones). Voice mails
are also available.
Note: This feature is only available if your service
provider’s network supports it. Contact your
service provider for more information.
Short message
(Menu 1.1)
Short message service (SMS) allows you to send
and receive short text messages to and from other
GSM mobile phones. In addition, your phone
supports the Enhanced Messaging Service (EMS),
which enables you to create short messages
consisting of simple pictures, melodies, animations,
and stylized text, all of which adds a new dimension
to simple text messages.
To send text messages by phone, you must obtain
the number of the SMS centre from your service
provider.
Receiving a new message
When you receive a new message, the New
message icon (
) and a text notification showing
the number of the message appear on the display.
You also hear an alert, depending on the message
sound setting; for further details, see page 94.
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Messages
To read the new message(s) immediately, press the
View soft key. The list of messages appears.
Note: To clear the new message notification on the
display, press the
key. When you also
have missed calls, voice mails, short messages
or multimedia messages, and multiple Cell
Broadcasts (CBs), the right soft key indication
changes in the following order: Missed,
Connect, View, CB, and Phonebook
Managing memory
Inbox and Outbox share a given amount of memory
on your phone or SIM card. When the message
memory is full, the New message icon (
) blinks
and an error message displays. (It disappears when
you press the
key, but it reappears if you
don’t delete any messages to free up some
memory.) In this situation, you cannot receive any
new messages. You must delete one or more
messages to create space for incoming messages.
You can do this by using the Delete option in Inbox
or Outbox, or by using the Delete all option; for
further details, see page 70.
Inbox (Menu 1.1.1)
Your phone receives incoming messages and saves
them in Inbox. SMS messages are usually saved on
the SIM card, but if the SIM memory is full, the
incoming messages will be saved in the phone’s
memory.
When the Inbox menu is selected, the list of
messages received displays with the:
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• sender’s phone number, or name if stored in
Phonebook.
• message status;
for a read message,
message to read or
for an incomplete
message.
for a
To view a message, scroll to it and press the Select
soft key. The screen shows the:
• date and time when the message was received.
• memory site where the message is stored:
for the SIM card or
for the phone’s memory.
• message contents.
You can scroll to the next or previous message by
pressing the Left or Right key.
To scroll through the message contents, press the
Up or Down key. When you select on an object that
includes a melody, the melody is played.
You can choose the following options by pressing
the Options soft key:
Delete: allows you to delete the message.
Message reply: allows you to reply to a message.
Call back: allows you to call the sender back.
Cut address: allows you to send a message to the
number or paste the number into Phonebook.
Send: allows you to send the message to another
person.
Edit: allows you to edit the message.
Extract media: you can save media (except
predefined EMS animations and sounds) from the
message into the Media box. You can then use
these items when writing future messages.
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Transfer: allows you to transfer the message from
the SIM card to the phone’s memory.
New message (Menu 1.1.2)
Using this menu, you can write messages
containing text, images, and melodies.
1. Create a message.
On the first line of the display, you see the
remaining number of characters you are able to
enter, the designated number of the current
message with the maximum number of
messages you can create, and the font style you
set in the Text option.
Note: For further information about how to enter
characters, see page 39.
2. While entering your message, press the
Options soft key to use the following options.
• Send: allows you to send the message. Refer
to the next step.
• Text: allows you to format the text. The
following text attributes can all be combined
as required.
Text size: Small/Medium/Large
Text mode: Normal/Underscore/Strikethrough
Bold: Off/On
Italic: Off/On
Alignment: Left/Center/Right
• Add media: allows you to add pictures,
animations, and/or melodies to the message.
Select a category: Add picture, Add
animation or Add melody. You can then
choose a factory-set object or an object that
you have received from another source and
stored in the Media box. See page 134.
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• Preset messages: allows you to add a preset
message to your text. Select one of nine
messages stored in the Preset messages
menu option (Menu 1.4). See page 82.
• Save message: allows you to save the
message so that it can be sent later. You can
read the message in Outbox.
3. When you have finished entering your message,
choose Send from the options.
4. Enter a destination number on the Address
screen.
You can search for a number in Phonebook by
pressing the Phonebook soft key.
Note: To clear part or all of your input, press or press
and hold the C key. If or when there is no input,
you can press and hold the C key to move to
the previous screen.
To send the message up to 5 different
destinations, press the Add soft key and repeat
step 4.
5. When you have finished entering the numbers,
press the OK soft key.
6. If the Enter centre screen displays, enter the
SMS service centre number and press the OK
soft key.
You can store the SMS service centre number on
your phone. For details, see page 85.
Note: If the message is not sent successfully, press
the Retry soft key to try to send the message
again. Or, press the No soft key and the Save
soft key to save the message, or exit the menu
by pressing the No soft key.
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Outbox (Menu 1.1.3)
Outbox stores any messages that you have already
sent, or saved without sending.
When the Outbox menu option is selected, the list
of messages you have sent or saved displays with
the:
• recipient’s phone number, or name if stored in
Phonebook.
• message status;
for a sent message or
a message to send.
for
To view a message, scroll to it and press the Select
soft key. The screen shows the:
• message status;
for a sent message or
a message to send.
for
• memory site where the message is stored:
for the SIM card or
for the phone’s memory.
• message contents.
You can scroll to the next or previous message by
pressing the Left or Right key.
To scroll through the message, press the Up or
Down key.
You can choose the following options by pressing
the Options soft key:
Delete: allows you to delete the message.
Cut address: allows you to send a message to the
number or paste the number into Phonebook.
Send: allows you to send the message to another
person.
Edit: allows you to edit the message.
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Transfer: allows you to transfer the message from
the SIM card to the phone’s memory.
Delete all (Menu 1.1.4)
You can delete all messages stored in the SIM card
and phone’s memory.
1. Scroll to a message box and place a check mark
next to it by pressing the Select soft key.
Selecting All places check marks on all of the
message boxes.
2. If necessary, repeat step 1 to check other box.
3. When you have finished making your selections,
press the OK soft key.
4. When a confirming message appears, press the
Yes soft key to delete all of the messages in the
selected box(es).
Otherwise, press the No soft key.
Multimedia message
(Menu 1.2)
Multimedia Message Service (MMS) is a messaging
service very similar to Short Message Service
(SMS). It provides automatic and immediate
delivery of personal multimedia messages from
phone to phone or from phone to e-mail.
In addition to the familiar text content of text
messages, multimedia messages can contain
images, graphics, voice, and sounds. An MMS
message is a multimedia presentation in a single
entry. It is not a text file with attachments.
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Using the MMS feature, your phone can receive
multimedia messages. You can also send
multimedia messages. This function is available
only if it is supported by your service provider. Only
phones that offer multimedia message features can
receive and display multimedia messages.
Note: When you buy media content from the Internet,
this content is delivered to you in MMS
messages. You can retrieve the messages from
the server and then save the items in your
phone’s memory. You can’t forward these
messages to other people or add the saved
items to a MMS message.
Retrieving a new message
When you are retrieving a message, the Retrieving
icon(
) appears on the display. When you finish
retrieving a new message, the New message icon
(
) and a text notification showing the number of
the message appear on the display. You also hear
an alert, depending on the message sound setting;
for further details, see page 94.
To read the new message in idle mode, press the
View soft key. You will see the Inbox contents.
Select a message to view it.
Note:
• When you set Message reception(see page 86) to
Automatic, you cannot enter the Downloads
menu(Menu 7.3.1) and also cannot access WAP
sites while retrieving a new message. If a message
comes in while you are playing a Java game, a
notification message only will be delivered to your
phone. After you have finished your game, you can
retrieve the message by accessing the notification
message.
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• To clear the new message notification on the display,
press the
key. When you also have missed
calls, voice mails, short messages or multimedia
messages, and multiple Cell Broadcasts (CBs), the
right soft key indication changes in the following
order: Missed, Connect, View, CB, and
Phonebook.
If Message reception has been set to Manual (for
details, see page 86), when the new message icon
( ) appears on the display, you must go to the
Inbox to retrieve the message. You can select
messages with the following icons:
,
, or
. You can retrieve or delete the message using
the Opt. soft key.
Managing memory
When the memory is full, the New message icon
(
) blinks and an error message displays. (It
key, but it
disappears when you press the
reappears if you don’t delete any messages to free
up some memory.) In this situation, you cannot
receive any new messages, You must delete one or
more messages to create space for incoming
messages. You can do this by using the Delete
option in Inbox, Outbox, Draft, or My folder, or by
using the Delete all option; for further details, see
page 81.
Notes:
• You can receive up to 150 messages.
• Multimedia message boxes and Media box share a
given amount of memory in your phone. You can use
the Delete or Delete all option to delete some
sounds or images in Media box.
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Inbox (Menu 1.2.1)
Your phone receives incoming messages and saves
them in Inbox.
When the Inbox menu is selected, the list of
messages received displays with the:
• message’s subject, or no subject if the message
has no subject.
• sender’s phone number.
• message status:
for a retrieving message,
for a read message,
for an unread
message,
for a read notification message,
and
for an unread notification message.
Note: There are several different message status
icons (
,
,
) corresponding to the
priority assigned to the message by the sender.
(see page 85).
To view a message, scroll to it and press the Select
soft key.
To scroll through the message contents, press the
Up or Down key. When the message has more than
one page, you can press the Left or Right key to
move through the pages, or the pages will cycle
automatically according to time settings determined
by the sender.
Notes:
• Your phone may not be able to play or display
some types of sound or picture files.
• If an incoming message has a video clip attached,
the attachment icon ( ) appears on the title
line. You will not be able to view the attachment,
nor extract it form messages.
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While viewing a message, you can choose the
following options by pressing the Opt. soft key:
Delete: deletes the message.
Replay: replays the message.
Reply: allows you to send a reply to the sender.
Forward: forwards the message to another person.
When the message contains media contents you
has bought on the Internet, forwarding is not
available.
Call back: allows you to call the sender.
Cut media: extracts a picture or sound, so that you
can set them as wallpaper or a ringtone, or you can
include them as part of a multimedia message.
Cut address: extracts phone numbers, email
addresses, or URL addresses in the text, so that you
can call the number, or send a message to the
address, or save it in your Phonebook.
Properties: shows detailed information about the
message.
Move to My folder: moves the message to My
folder for later use.
New message (Menu 1.2.2)
This menu option allows you to create a new
multimedia message and then send it to one or
multiple destinations.
1. There are four categories of items that can be
added to multimedia messages: scroll to select
the one that you want, and press the Add soft
key. Then proceed according to the instructions
below.
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Item
How to add
Subject
1. Enter a subject for your message. For
details about entering characters, see
page 39.
2. Press the OK soft key.
Note: To move to a previous screen while
entering a subject, delete all of the
entered characters and hold down
the C key.
Picture
1. From the MMS images file, select the
picture you want to add to the
message. The picture will be
displayed.
2. Press the Add soft key.
You may not be able to add some
downloaded images if they are not in
the correct format.
Sound
To add a new sound;
1. Select the Record new option.
2. Press the Record soft key to start
recording.
3. Press the Stop soft key to stop
recording.
4. Press the Play soft key to replay the
sound. Or, press the Add soft key to
add the sound. Enter a name for the
sound and press the OK soft key. The
sound will be both added to the
message and saved in the Media box.
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Item
How to add
Sound
(Con’t)
To add a sound from Media box:
1. Select one of the sound storage sites.
Sounds stored at the site are
displayed.
2. Select the sound you want to add.
3. Press the Select soft key to add it.
You may not be able to add some
downloaded sounds if they are not in
the correct format.
Message 1. Enter a new message. Or you can
enter a preset message.
To enter a preset message;
• Press the Opt. soft key and select
Preset messages.
• Select one of the preset messages.
2. Press the Opt. soft key and select
Done to add the message.
Note: To move to a previous screen while
entering a message, press and hold
the C key.
2. Press the Opt. soft key to use the following
options.
• Preview: shows your message as it will
display on the recipient’s phone. To go back to
the message screen, press the Edit soft key.
To send the message, press the Send soft key
and go to step 4.
• Send: allows you to send the message. Refer
to the next steps.
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• Add page: allows you to add up to 10 pages.
You can move to each page using the Left or
Right key on the message screen.
• Page timing: allows you to set how long one
page of the message will display to the
recipient before scrolling automatically to the
next page.
• Text effect: allows you to set the colour, size,
and style of the message text.
• Clear subject/picture/sound/message:
allows you to delete the subject, image,
sound, or message, separately.
• Delete page: allows you to delete the current
page.
• Save message: saves the message in Draft
(Menu 1.2.4) or My folder (Menu 1.2.5).
Note: To go back to the edit screen, press the
soft key or the C key.
3. When you finish creating the message, select
Send from the options.
4. Select an entry on the Send screen.
If the entry is empty, enter a destination as
below. Select:
Number: to enter a destination number.
E-mail: to enter e-mail address.
Phonebook: to enter a destination from
Phonebook.
After entering a destination, press the OK soft
key.
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If the entry is not empty, you can choose one of
the following. Select:
Edit address: to edit the selected address.
Delete address: to delete the selected address.
Note: To clear part or all of your input, press or press
and hold the C key, If there is no input
displayed, press and hold the C key to move to
the previous screen.
5. To send the message to up to 20 different
destinations, repeat step 4.
6. When you have finished entering the numbers,
press the Send soft key.
Press the Cancel soft key to not send the
message.
If transmission fails, press the Retry soft key to try
again. Or, press the Cancel soft key to save the
message.
Outbox (Menu 1.2.3)
Outbox stores messages that you have sent, are
sending, have failed in transmission, or have been
cancelled.
When the Outbox menu option is selected, the list
of messages you have sent or saved displays with
the:
• message’s subject or ‘No subject’, if the message
has no subject.
• recipient’s phone number.
• message status:
for a sent message,
a message which was cancelled or failed in
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transmission, or
for a delivered report. When
a recipient retrieves a message that you have
sent and the Delivery report option (see
page 85) is set to on,
changes to
.
To view a message, scroll to it and press the Select
soft key.
To scroll through the message, press the Up or
Down key. When the message has more than one
page, you can press the Left or Right key to move
through the pages, or the pages cycle
automatically, according to a timer set by the
sender.
You can choose the following options by pressing
the Opt. soft key:
Delete: deletes the message.
Replay: replays the message.
Send: sends the message.
Properties: shows you detailed information about
the message.
Move to My folder: moves the message to My
folder for later use.
Draft (Menu 1.2.4)
This message box stores messages that you save
and messages whose creation was interrupted by
an incoming call or message.
Note: Messages whose transmission failed are saved
in Outbox.
To view a message, scroll to it and press the Select
soft key.
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You can choose the following options by pressing
the Opt. soft key:
Send: sends the message.
Replay: replays the message.
Delete: deletes the message.
Properties: shows you detailed information about
the message.
My folder (Menu 1.2.5)
You can move messages stored in Inbox or Outbox
to My folder by using the Move to My folder
option. While making a new message, you can also
save it to My folder by using the Save message
option.
To view a message in My folder, scroll to it and
press the Select soft key.
You can choose the following options by pressing
the Opt. soft key:
Delete: deletes the message.
Replay: replays the message.
Send: sends the message.
Cut media: extracts a picture or a sound, so that
you can set them as wallpaper or a ringtone, or you
can send them as part of a multimedia message.
Cut address: extracts phone numbers, email
addresses, or URL addresses in the text, so that you
can call the number, or send a message to the email
address, or save it in Phonebook.
Properties: shows you detailed information about
the message.
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Delete all (Menu 1.2.6)
This menu option allows you to delete all of the
messages in each message box separately. You can
also delete all of your messages at one time.
1. Scroll to a message box and place a check mark
next to it by pressing the Select soft key.
Selecting All places check marks on all of the
message boxes.
2. If necessary, repeat step 1 to check other boxes.
3. When you have finished checking, press the OK
soft key.
4. When a confirming message appears, press the
Yes soft key to delete all of the messages in the
box(es).
Otherwise, press the No soft key.
Voice mail
(Menu 1.3)
When you receive a voice mail, your phone displays
the
icon and you hear an alert.
Connect to voice mail (Menu 1.3.1)
• In idle mode, when you receive a new voice mail,
press the Connect soft key to access your voice
mail server and follow the instructions provided.
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• In idle mode, hold the 1 key down to access your
voice mail server and follow the instructions
provided.
• Call your voice mail server number by accessing
the Connect to voice mail menu (Menu 1.3.1)
and follow the instructions provided.
Voice server number (Menu 1.3.2)
Before using the voice mail service, you must store
the voice mail server number obtained from your
service provider.
When you select an entry in the Voice server
number menu, following options are available:
Edit number: enter a voice mail server number or
press the Phonebook soft key to enter a number
from Phonebook. Then press the OK soft key.
Change name: enter a server name and press the
OK soft key to save it.
Delete: when the confirming message appears,
press the Yes soft key. To cancel, press the No soft
key.
Preset messages
(Menu 1.4)
Using this menu, you can preset up to nine
messages that you use most frequently. When you
access this menu, the preset message list displays.
1. Scroll to a message or an empty entry by
pressing the Up or Down key.
2. Press the Select soft key and enter a new
message or change the old message.
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For further details about entering characters,
see page 39.
3. Press the OK soft key to save the message.
Broadcast
(Menu 1.5)
This network service allows you to receive text
messages on various topics, such as the weather or
traffic. Messages are displayed immediately as they
are received, provided that:
• the phone is in idle mode.
• the Receive option (Menu 1.5.2) is set to On.
• the message channel is currently active on the
channel list.
When you get broadcast messages, you can see the
messages in idle mode. If the message is short, you
will be able to see it on the display: otherwise,
press the CB soft key to read the entire message.
In the Broadcast menu option, the following
options are available:
Read: lets you read received broadcast messages.
Archive: shows the list of messages you have saved
from the temporary list.
Temporary: shows the latest messages. These
messages will disappear when the phone is
switched off.
If the message is long, press the Up or Down key to
scroll through the message.
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When you read a message, press the Options soft
key to access the following options:
Cut number: shows a list of numbers included in the
message.
Save: (Temporary only) saves this message to the
Archive list.
Delete: delete this message.
Delete all: delete all message on the list.
Receive: allows you to turn the reception of
broadcast messages on or off.
Channel: a check mark inside the All check box
indicates that the channel is enabled.
To enable or disable this channel, press the Select
soft key, then select Enable or Disable.
The Add channel option allows you to add a new
channel to the channel list. Enter the appropriate
channel code obtained from your service provider,
and a title for the channel.
Language: selects your preferred language. You will
receive cell broadcast messages only in the language
you have selected.
Settings
(Menu 1.6)
Short message (Menu 1.6.1)
Using this menu, you can set up default SMS
information. The following options are available:
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Service centre: allows you to store or change the
number of your SMS centre. This number is
required in order to send messages. You must
obtain this number from your service provider.
Validity period: allows you to set the length of
time your messages are stored at the message
centre while attempts are made to deliver them.
Message type: allows you to set the type of
messages you want to receive, either Text, Fax,
Voice, ERMES, X400, or E-Mail. The network can
convert the messages into the selected format.
Reply path: allows the recipient of your SMS
message to send you a reply via your message
centre, if the service is provided by the network.
Delivery report: if you set this to on, the network
will send you notice regarding the delivery status of
messages you have sent.
Multimedia message (Menu 1.6.2)
Using this menu, you can set up default settings for
sending or receiving MMS messages. The following
options are available:
Send settings: The following options are available:
Priority: allows you to set the priority of messages
that you send. Messages can be set as Low,
Normal, or High priority.
Validity period: allows you to set the length of time
your messages are stored at the message centre
while attempts are made to deliver them.
Delivery after: you can set the delay time before
the phone sends your messages.
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Leave a copy: allows you to leave a copy of a sent
message on your phone.
Address hiding: when this option is set to On, your
phone number does not display on the recipient’s
phone.
Delivery report: when this option is set to On, the
network informs you whether or not your message
has been delivered.
Read reply: when this option is set to On, a
recipient’s phone sends a message to inform you of
when your message was opened.
Receive settings: the following options are
available:
Message reception: allows you to set how you
receive a message. You can select between
Manual, Automatic, and Reject.
Anonymous reject: when this option is set to On,
your phone rejects messages sent without caller ID.
Adverts reject: when this option is set to On, your
phone rejects advertisements.
Report allowed: when this option is set to Off, when
you receive a message, your phone will not send a
reply message when you open the message, even
of the sender has so requested.
MMS profiles: in this menu, you can configure
MMS profile settings that are required when you
send or receive multimedia messages.
Current profile: allows you to select the profile to be
used with the current message.
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Profile setting: allows you to set up to five profiles.
• Profile name: enter the name of the profile.
• Server URL: enter the address of the server.
• GSM setting: allows you to change the proxy
settings for the GSM network.
- Gateway: enter the IP address and IP port.
- Data call type: select a network connection
type between ISDN and Analogue.
- Dial number: enter the server phone number.
- Login ID: enter the server login ID.
- Password: enter the server password.
• GPRS setting: allows you to change the proxy
settings for the GPRS network.
- Gateway: enter the IP address and IP port.
- APN: enter the access point name used for
the address of the GPRS network gateway.
- Login ID: enter the user ID required to connect
to GPRS network.
- Password: enter the password required to
connect to the GPRS network.
• Bearer: select the bearer to be used for each type
of network access.
- GPRS only: only functions on a GPRS network.
- GSM only: only functions on a GSM network.
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Memory status (Menu 1.7)
You can check the memory status for messages.
Short message (Menu 1.7.1)
You can check how many messages are stored on
the SIM card and phone’s memory.
When you have finished, press the
the
key to exit.
soft key or
Multimedia message (Menu 1.7.2)
Multimedia message boxes and Media box share a
given amount of memory in your phone.
The display shows the amount of free and used
memory.
You can see the memory status of multimedia
message boxes and Media box by pressing the Left
or Right key.
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Call records
Via this menu, you can view the:
• calls you have missed, received, or dialled.
• cost of your calls.
• length of your calls.
Note: You can access the phone numbers that are in
the three types of call records by pressing the
key in idle mode.
Missed calls
(Menu 2.1)
This option lets you view the last 20 unanswered
calls, if caller line identification is available.
The number, or name if available, displays together
with the date and time when the call was missed.
By pressing the Options soft key, you can also:
• delete the current call record from the list.
• delete all of the calls.
• paste the number into Phonebook.
Received calls
(Menu 2.2)
This option lets you view the last 20 received calls,
if caller line identification is available.
The number, or name if available, displays together
with the date and time when the call was received.
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By pressing the Options soft key, you can also:
• delete the current call record from the list.
• delete all of the calls.
• paste the number into Phonebook.
Dialled calls
(Menu 2.3)
This option lets you view the last 20 dialled
numbers.
The number, or name if available, displays together
with the date and time when the call was made.
By pressing the Options soft key, you can also:
• delete the current call record from the list.
• delete all the calls.
• paste the number in Phonebook.
Delete all
(Menu 2.4)
You can delete all of the numbers stored in each call
record.
When a confirming messages appears, press the
Yes soft key to confirm.
Otherwise, press the No soft key.
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Call time
(Menu 2.5)
This option lets you view the timers for calls made
and received.
Notes:
• If your SIM card supports ALS (Alternate Line
Service), you must first select the appropriate line.
• The actual time invoiced for calls by your service
provider may vary, depending on network features,
rounding-off for billing purposes, and other reasons.
The following timers are available:
Last call time: the length of the last call.
Total sent: the total length of all calls made since
the timer was last reset.
Total received: the total length of all calls received
since the timer was last reset.
Reset timers: this option used to reset the call
timers. You need to enter the phone password and
then press the OK soft key.
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Call costs
(Menu 2.6)
This feature lets you view the cost of calls.
Notes:
• Shown only if it is supported by your SIM card.
• This feature is not intended to be used for billing
purposes.
• AOC (Advice Of Charge) information may display in
idle mode, depending on your SIM card or service
provider.
The following options are available:
Last call cost: cost of the last call made.
Total cost: total cost of all calls made since the
cost counter was last reset. If the total cost exceeds
the maximum cost set via the Set max cost
option, you can not make calls until you reset the
counter.
Max cost: maximum cost set via the Set max cost
option.
Reset counters: this option is used to reset the
cost counter; you must first enter your PIN2 (see
page 146) and then press the OK soft key.
Set max cost: this option is used to enter the
maximum cost that you authorise for your calls;
you must first enter your PIN2 (see page 146) and
then press the OK soft key.
Price/Unit: this option is used to set the cost of
one unit (the units by which your cost is calculated.
It may be 5 or 10 or 20 seconds, and is set by the
Network); this price per unit is applied when
calculating the cost of your calls; you must first
enter your PIN2 (see page 146) and then press the
OK soft key.
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Sound settings
You can use the Sound settings feature to
customise various settings, such as the:
• ring tone, volume, and type for incoming calls or
messages.
• sounds made when your call is connected or
when you press a key.
• quiet mode to which your phone switches when
you hold down the
key.
Incoming calls (Menu 3.1)
This option allows you to set up the ringer for
incoming calls.
Note: If your SIM card supports ALS (Alternate Line
Service), you must first select the line you wish
to change.
The following options are available:
Each time you select a melody from the list, the
melody plays.
Default melodies: allows you to select one of the
predefined melodies.
My sounds: allows you to select a sound received
from other sources, such as WAP sites, EasyStudio
PC software, or received multimedia messages.
Ring volume: allows you to adjust the ring
volume. Use the Up and Down keys or the volume
keys on the left side of the phone. The more bars
you see, the louder the volume will be.
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Alert type: lets you specify how you are informed
of incoming calls.
Melody: the phone plays the melody selected via
the Melody option. See above.
Vibration: the phone vibrates, but does not ring.
Vibration then melody: the phone first vibrates and
then plays the melody selected via the Melody
option.
Messages
(Menu 3.2)
This option allows you to set up separate alert types
for incoming short and multimedia messages.
Short message (Menu 3.2.1) /
Multimedia message (Menu 3.2.2)
The following options are available:
Tone: lets you choose from many different tones.
Each time you select a tone from the list, the tone is
played.
Alert type: lets you specify how you are informed
of any incoming messages.
Silent: only the text notification appears; the phone
neither rings nor vibrates.
Tone: the phone plays the tone selected via the
Tone option. See above.
Vibration: the phone vibrates, but does not ring.
Vibration then tone: the phone first vibrates and
then plays the tone selected via the Tone option.
Repetition: allows you to specify how often the
phone informs you of a new message. You can
choose either Once or Periodic.
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Sound settings
Power on/off
(Menu 3.3)
This option allows you to select the melody that the
phone sounds when you switch it on or off.
You can choose either Basic or Cheerful. If you
don’t want the phone to play any sound at all when
turning on or off, select Off.
Connection tone
(Menu 3.4)
This menu option allows you to specify whether or
not the phone beeps when it connects to the
network.
The following options are available:
Off: the phone does not beep.
On: the phone beeps when your phone connects to
a network.
Key tone
(Menu 3.5)
This menu option allows you to select the tone that
the keypad sounds when you press the dial keys.
The following options are available:
Off: the keys do not make any sound.
Tone: each key, when pressed, makes a different
sound.
Beep: each key, when pressed, makes the same
sound.
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Piano / Drum: each key, when pressed, makes the
sound of a piano or a drum, depending on which
you choose.
To adjust the key tone volume, press the volume
keys on the left side of the phone in idle mode with
the folder open.
Minute minder
(Menu 3.6)
This menu option allows you to specify whether or
not the phone beeps every minute during a call to
keep you informed of the length of your call.
The following options are available:
Off: the phone does not beep.
On: the phone beeps every minute.
Quiet mode
(Menu 3.7)
When you hold the
key down in idle mode, the
phone switches to quiet mode. You can specify
whether the phone vibrates or mutes all sounds in
quiet mode.
The following options are available:
Vibration: the phone vibrates rather than rings
when in quiet mode.
Mute: the phone mutes all sound in quiet mode.
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Alerts on call
(Menu 3.8)
This menu allows you to choose whether or not the
phone informs you when you receive a new
message or when an alarm goes off during a call.
The following options are available:
Off: the phone doesn’t alert you to incoming
messages or alarms.
On: the phone alerts you with a beep. The alert
occurs only in your earpiece, so the person with
whom you are talking doesn’t hear it.
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Phone settings
Many different features of your phone can be
customised to suit your preferences via the
Phone settings menu.
Greeting message
(Menu 4.1)
This menu option allows you to set a greeting
message to be displayed briefly when the phone is
switched on.
When you access this menu, the current message
displays.
To
Press the
clear the existing
message
C key and hold it down.
enter a new
message
appropriate alphanumeric
keys.
save your input
OK soft key.
cancel your input
and return to the
idle mode
key.
For further information on how to enter text, see
page 39.
Display
(Menu 4.2)
You can change the background image and the
colour of the display components, according to your
preferences and needs.
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Wallpaper (Menu 4.2.1)
This option allows you to change the background
image displayed in idle mode.
The following options are available:
Animations: allows you to select an animated
scene.
Images: allows you to select one of images in the
Images box in the Media box menu which have
been downloaded from WAP sites, EasyStudio PC
software, or received multimedia messages.
Text position: allows you to select the position of
the text displayed on the idle screen, such as the
operator’s name, current date and time, and text
notifications of missed calls or new messages.
Choose either Top or Bottom. If you set this option
to Off, your phone displays only the wallpaper
image.
Text style: allows you to set the style of the text
displayed on the idle screen.
Note: When you set the wallpaper image to
Calendar, the Text position and Text style
options are not applied.
Skin (Menu 4.2.2)
You can change the colour setting of the display
components, such as soft key indications areas, or
menu names, and icons.
Backlight (Menu 4.2.3)
You can specify how long the backlight stays on.
Select how long the backlight remains on after the
last key has been pressed or the folder left open.
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LCD contrast (Menu 4.2.4)
This option allows you to adjust the brightness of
the display screens.
To adjust the display contrast:
1. Select the LCD to be adjusted, Main LCD or
External LCD, and press the Select soft key.
2. Adjust the brightness by using the Up and Down
keys or the volume keys on the left side of the
phone.
3. When you are satisfied, press the OK soft key to
save the selection.
Language
(Menu 4.3)
You can select a different language for the display
text and text input modes. The following options
are available:
Text language: allows you to change the language
of the display text, such as menus, options, or
warning messages.
Input mode: allows you to set the default
language to be used in the text input mode.
Security
(Menu 4.4)
The security settings enable you to restrict the use
of your phone to the people and types of calls of
your choice.
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Phone settings
Various codes and passwords are used to protect
the features of your phone. They are described in
the following sections. See also page 145 - 147.
PIN check (Menu 4.4.1)
When the PIN Check feature is enabled, you must
enter your PIN each time you switch the phone on.
Consequently, any person who does not have your
PIN cannot use your phone without your approval.
Note: Before disabling the PIN Check feature, you
must enter your PIN.
The following options are available:
Disable: the phone connects directly to the
network when you switch it on.
Enable: you must enter the PIN each time the
phone is switched on.
To change your PIN, see the Change PIN menu
option.
Change PIN (Menu 4.4.2)
This feature allows you to change your current PIN
to a new one, provided that the PIN Check feature
is enabled. You must enter the current PIN before
you can specify a new one.
Once you have entered a new PIN, you are asked to
confirm it by entering it again.
Phone lock (Menu 4.4.3)
When the Phone lock feature is enabled, the phone
is locked and you must enter the 4-8 digit phone
password each time the phone is switched on.
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The password is preset to “00000000” at the
factory. To change the phone password, see the
Change password menu option.
Once the correct password has been entered, you
can use the phone until you switch it off.
The following options are available:
Disable: you are not asked to enter the phone
password when you switch the phone on.
Enable: you are required to enter the phone
password when you switch the phone on.
Change password (Menu 4.4.4)
The Change password feature allows you to change
your current phone password to a new one. You
must enter the current password before you can
specify a new one.
The password is preset to “00000000” at the
factory. Once you have entered a new password,
you are asked to confirm it by entering it again.
Privacy (Menu 4.4.5)
This feature allows you to lock or unlock the usage
of the contents, such as multimedia messages,
images, and sounds.
To enable or disable the privacy feature, you must
enter your phone password.
SIM lock (Menu 4.4.6)
To enable the SIM lock feature, you must enter a
new four- to eight-digit SIM lock code, and confirm
it by entering it again.
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The following options are available:
Disable: you can use any other SIM cards with
your phone.
Enable: you must enter the SIM lock code to use
another SIM card with your phone.
To unlock the SIM, enter the SIM lock code.
FDN mode (Menu 4.4.7)
The FDN (Fixed Dial Number) mode, if supported by
your SIM card, allows you to restrict your outgoing
calls to a limited set of phone numbers.
The following options are available:
Disable: you can phone any number.
Enable: you can only call phone numbers stored in
Phonebook. You must enter your PIN2.
Note: Not all SIM cards have a PIN2. If your SIM card
does not, this menu option is not displayed.
To change your PIN2, see the Change PIN2 menu
option below.
Change PIN2 (Menu 4.4.8)
The Change PIN2 feature allows you to change your
current PIN2 to a new one. You must enter the
current PIN2 before you can specify a new one.
Once you have entered a new PIN2, you are asked
to confirm it by entering it again.
Note: Not all SIM cards have a PIN2. If your SIM card
does not, this menu option is not displayed.
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Auto redial
(Menu 4.5)
With the Auto Redial function, the phone makes up
to ten attempts to redial a phone number after an
unsuccessful call.
Note: The interval between two call attempts varies.
The following options are available:
Off: the number is not redialled.
On: the number is redialled automatically.
Active folder
(Menu 4.6)
This menu allows you to set whether you can
answer an incoming phone call by opening the
folder, or not.
The following options are available:
Off: you must press a key, depending on the
setting of the Anykey answer option, to answer a
call.
On: you can answer a call by opening the folder.
Side key
(Menu 4.7)
This menu option allows you to change the function
of the volume keys on the left side of the phone
when you receive an incoming call.
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The following options are available:
Reject: the incoming call is rejected when you hold
down one of the volume keys.
Silence: the ring tone is silenced when you hold
down one of the volume keys; the call is not
rejected.
Anykey answer
(Menu 4.8)
You can answer incoming calls by pressing almost
any key on the phone.
Off: you can only press
to answer incoming calls.
or the Accept soft key
On: you can press any key, except
and the
Reject soft key to answer incoming calls.
Reset settings
(Menu 4.9)
This menu option allows you to reset your phone to
its default configuration. You can reset the sound
settings, phone settings, or all of the settings
together.
1. Select one of the settings to reset by pressing
the Select soft key.
2. When a confirming message appears, press the
Yes soft key to reset settings. Then enter the
phone password and press the OK soft key.
The password is preset to “00000000” by
default. To change it, see page 102.
Otherwise, press the No soft key.
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Organiser
The Organiser feature enables you to:
• view the calendar and/or write a memo or make a
to do list.
• set the current date and time, and find out what
time it is in various cities around the world.
• set the alarm so that the phone rings at a specific
time.
• use your phone as a calculator, unit convertor,
timer, or stopwatch.
New memo
(Menu 5.1)
This menu option allows you to create a memo.
Note: You can also access this menu by holding down
the C key in idle mode.
1. Write a memo of up to 100 characters, and
press the OK soft key.
For further information about how to enter text,
see page 39.
2. Select the category to which you want to save
the memo and press the Select soft key.
The following categories are available:
• Scheduler: nomally scheduled events, such
as appointments or meetings.
• To do list: tasks you need to do.
• Call: calls you need to make.
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• Anniversary: anniversaries to be
remembered, such as wedding anniversaries,
birthdays, or other special days.
Note: You can save up to 25 items in each
category, giving you a total capacity of 100
memos.
3. Scroll to a date on the calendar by pressing the
navigation keys. Press the Select soft key.
4. If applicable, depending on the category that
you have selected, enter the event time, and
press the OK soft key.
5. If you have selected the 12-hour time format
(see page 113), select AM or PM by pressing
the Up or Down key, and then press the Select
soft key.
6. To set an alarm for the memo, press the Yes
soft key.
Otherwise, press the No soft key. The memo is
saved immediately. Go to step 10.
7. Enter the time for the alarm to sound, and press
the OK soft key.
8. If you have selected the 12-hour time format
(see page 113), select AM or PM by pressing
the Up or Down key, and then press the Select
soft key.
9. Select an alarm melody and press the Select
soft key.
The memo is saved and then displays on the
screen.
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10. After you have finished creating your memo,
you can choose from the following options by
pressing the Options soft key:
• Add: allows you to create another memo.
• Delete: allows you to delete the memo.
• Edit: allows you to edit the memo.
• Move: allows you to move the memo to a
different date.
• Copy: allows you to copy the memo to a
different date.
11. When you have finished, press the
or the
key to exit.
Calendar
soft key
(Menu 5.2)
The calendar helps you to keep track of your
schedule, calls that you need to make, tasks that
you need to do, and anniversaries. You can set an
alarm to sound on the date of a scheduled item.
Consulting the Calendar
To
Press the
move to another day
Left or Right key.
move to another
week
Up or Down key.
move to the previous
or next month
Up or Down key and hold
it down
move to the previous
or next year
Left or Right key and hold
it down.
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The following options are available when you press
the Options soft key on the Calendar display:
Add memo: allows you to create a new memo on
the day.
Go to date: allows you to enter a particular date
and then schedule an event on that date.
View all: shows all of the events that you have
scheduled.
Delete day: deletes the events scheduled on the
selected day.
Delete all: deletes all of the events that you have
scheduled.
Creating a new memo
1. Scroll to a date on the calendar, referring to
page 108, and press the Select soft key.
2. Write your memo and press the OK soft key.
For further information about how to enter
characters, see page 39.
3. Select the category to which you want to save
the memo, and press the Select soft key.
The following categories are available:
• Scheduler: nomally scheduled events, such
as appointments or meetings.
• To do list: tasks you need to do.
• Call: calls you need to make.
• Anniversary: anniversaries to be
remembered, such as wedding anniversaries,
birthdays, or other special days.
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4. Follow the procedure from step 4 on page 107
onwards to save the memo.
Viewing your calendar memos
A date that has a memo associated with it is
highlighted in a red box. If you select a date on
which events have already been scheduled, the
number of memos of each type is shown at the
bottom of the calendar.
•
: General schedule events
•
: To do list
•
: Calls
•
: Anniversaries
Press the Select soft key to view the memos.
If you have created more than one memo on the
same day, you can scroll to the event you want to
view by pressing the Left or Right key.
The following options are available when you press
the Options soft key:
Add: allows you to add a new memo. For further
information about how to add a memo, see
page 106.
Delete: allows you to delete the memo.
Edit: allows you to edit the memo.
Move: allows you to move the memo to a different
date.
Copy: allows you to copy the memo to a different
date.
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To do list
(Menu 5.3)
This menu allows you to view your list of tasks.
To create a new memo of the To do list type:
1. Write the memo and press the OK soft key.
For more information about how to enter
characters, see page 39.
2. Follow step 4 on page 107 onwards to save the
memo.
Once you have defined a task, it is listed with a
status mark (
for Done or
for Undo) on the
To do list menu.
To scroll to a specific task, press the Up or Down
key, and press the Select soft key. The task
displays with the deadline, alarm setting, job
details, and status mark.
You can scroll to the previous or next task by
pressing the Left or Right key.
The following options are available when you press
the Options soft key:
Add: allows you to add a new task. For details
about adding To do list-type memos, see page 106.
Mark: allows you to change the status mark.
Edit: allows you to edit the contents of the task.
Move: allows you to move the task to a different
date.
Copy: allows you to copy the task to a different
date.
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Delete: allows you to delete the task.
Delete all: allows you to delete all of tasks from
the list.
Clock
(Menu 5.4)
This option allows you to change the time and date
displayed. You can also check the current time for
Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) and 21 major cities
around the world.
The following options are available:
Set time: allows you to enter the current time. You
can choose the time format in the Set format
menu option; see page 113.
Note: Before setting the time, you must specify your
time zone in the Set world time menu option.
Set date: allows you to enter the day, month, and
year. You can change the date format in the Set
format menu option; see page 113.
Set world time: allows you to check the current
GMT, as well as the current time in 21 major cities
around the world. Scroll through the cities using the
Left or Right key.
The screen shows the:
• city name.
• time difference between the selected city and
your city if you have set the local time (see
below) or GMT (by default).
• current date and time.
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To select your time zone:
1. Select the city corresponding to your time zone
by pressing the Left or Right key one or more
times.
The local date and time display.
2. Press the Set soft key.
3.
To
Select
update the current
date/time with this
new setting
Set local.
indicate that the
time zone is
currently using the
daylight saving
time
Set DST. The
icon is
shown next to the time
difference.
indicate that the
time zone is no
longer using the
daylight saving
time
Remove DST (only
available when the
icon is shown next to the
time difference).
4. When you have finished, press the
the
key to exit.
soft key or
Set format: allows you to change the time and
date formats.
Time format: 24 hours
12 hours
Date format: DD/MM/YYYY (day/month/year)
YYYY/MM/DD (year/month/day)
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Alarm
(Menu 5.5)
This option allows you to set an alarm to sound at a
specific time. You can set up to three alarms or set
the phone to sound an alarm when it is switched off.
To set an alarm:
1. Select either Morning call, Alarm1, or Alarm2
by pressing the Up or Down key.
The
icon means that no alarm is currently
set. The
icon means that an alarm has
already been set.
2. Press the Select soft key.
3. Press the Options soft key.
4. Scroll to an option by pressing the Up or Down
key and press the Select soft key. Change the
setting, as needed.
• Alarm day: place or remove a check mark on
the day(s) of the week by pressing the Select
soft key. If you want to set a daily alarm, select
Everyday. If you want to set an alarm to
sound only a single time, select One-time
alarm. When you press the OK soft key after
making your selection, your phone asks you to
enter the alarm time.
• Alarm time: enter the time for the alarm to
sound.
• Alarm tone: select an alarm melody.
• Remove alarm: deactivates the alarm.
Note: Alarms1 and 2 will alert you with the alarm tone
you set, or with vibration, depending upon the
incoming call alert type (Menu 3.1.4). Morning
call, however, will alert you with the melody you
set, regardless of the incoming call setting.
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5. Repeat step 4 to change each setting.
6. When you have finished, press the
the
key to exit.
soft key or
Once an alarm has been set, you will see the Alarm
icon (
) on the top line of the display. To turn off
the alarm when it sounds, open and close the
phone, or press any key.
Note: When quiet mode has been activated, Alarms 1
and 2 will not sound. However, Morning call will
sound regardless of whether or not quiet mode
has been activated.
To set the alarm to ring even if your phone is
switched off:
1. Scroll to Auto power on the Alarm list and
press the Select soft key.
2. If necessary, press the Up or Down key to select
On.
To turn the Auto Power feature off, select Off.
3. Press the Select soft key to save the setting.
4. When you have finished, press the
the
key to exit.
soft key or
Once you have activated the auto power alarm, a
check mark appears next to Auto power. If the
phone is off at the specified alarm time, it
automatically switches on and sounds the alarm. It
then automatically switches off again.
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Calculator
(Menu 5.6)
You can use the phone as a calculator. The
calculator performs basic arithmetic functions, such
as addition, subtraction, multiplication, division,
and remainder computation.
To perform a calculation:
1. Enter the first number using the number keys.
Note: To erase any mistakes or clear the display,
press the C key.
2. Press the
key to enter a decimal point (.) or
the
key as often as necessary to select the
appropriate operation: + (add), - (subtract),
(multiply), / (divide), % (remainder), (, or ).
3. Enter the second figure.
4. Repeat steps 2 and 3, if necessary.
5. Press the Equals soft key to view the result.
The result appears in the Answer box.
Note: The result is rounded off to six decimal
places.
6. When you have finished, press the
the
key to exit.
Conversion
soft key or
(Menu 5.7)
This menu option allows you to convert one type of
measurement to another.
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To convert a value:
1. Scroll to the type of conversion to be performed:
Currency, Length, Weight, Volume, Area, or
Temperature. Press the Select soft key.
2. Enter the value to be converted and press the
Down key to enter it into the From field.
You can enter a decimal point (.) using the
key.
3. Select the original unit of measurement by
pressing the Left or Right key. Then press the
Down key to move to the To field.
Refer to the table on the following page for the
units available.
4. Select the unit of measurement to which you
want the value converted by pressing the Left or
Right key.
5. Press the OK soft key or the
result.
key to view the
The result appears in the Answer box.
6. When you have finished, press the
the
key to exit.
soft key or
Units available
Type
Units
Currency
EUR
DEM
FRF
ESP
ITL
NLG
ATS
BEF
FIM
PTE
GRD
IEP
LUF
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Type
Units
Length
Weight
Volume
mm
cm
m
km
in
ft
yard
mile
g
kg
ton
grain
oz
pound
cm3
m3
in3
ft3
l
yd3
gal
cm2
Area
2
in
m2
a
ft2
yd2
acre
Temperature
Timer
°C
°F
(Menu 5.8)
Using the Timer feature, you can set the phone to
sound an alarm after a specified period of time has
elapsed.
1. Press the Set soft key.
2. Enter the length of time you want to count down
hours:minutes and press the OK soft key.
3. Press the Start soft key to start counting down.
Even if you exit the Timer screen, the timer will
continue running. After the specified time has
expired, the phone informs you by playing a melody
and displaying a text notification.
To stop the timer melody when it sounds, open and
close the phone or press any key.
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To stop the timer before the set time has expired,
press the Stop soft key on the Timer screen. The
phone will retain the timer setting at the time you
stopped it. If you want to clear the setting, press
the Set soft key. The timer will display 00:00. Press
the OK soft key.
Note: The timer uses power from the battery;
consequently, the phone’s operating time will
be reduced.
Stopwatch
(Menu 5.9)
The stopwatch can be used to measure times for
various sports.
Up to four intervals (such as lap times) can be
measured.
The precision of the stopwatch is one-hundredth of
a second. The maximum measurement time is 10
hours.
1. To start the stopwatch, press the OK soft key.
2. To check an interval time, press the OK soft key.
The stopwatch continues to run, but the interval
time is displayed on the first line. Repeat this
step for subsequent intervals, or to finish.
3. Press the Reset soft key to clear the stop
watches.
4. Press the C or
key to exit.
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Network services
These menu functions are network services.
Please contact your service provider to check their
availability and subscribe to them, if you wish.
Call diverting
(Menu 6.1)
Note: Call divert options may be different depending
on your SIM card. Those not supported by your
network operator may not be shown on your
phone.
This network service enables incoming calls to be
rerouted to a number that you specify.
Example: You may wish to divert your business calls
to a colleague while you are on holiday.
Call diverting can be set up in the following ways:
Divert always: all calls are diverted.
Busy: calls are diverted if your phone is engaged
on another call.
No reply: calls are diverted if you do not answer
the phone.
Unreachable: calls are diverted if you are not in an
area covered by your service provider.
Cancel all: all call diverting options are
deactivated.
You can specify individual call diverting options for
each of the following call types:
• Voice calls only
• Data calls only (not available when line 2 is in
use)
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Example: You can divert voice calls to your
colleague if you are already using the
phone.
Setting call diverting options
1. Select the type of call diverting by pressing the
Up or Down key and then press the Select soft
key.
2. Select the type of calls to be diverted by
pressing the Up or Down key and then press the
Select soft key.
3. Press the Activate soft key to confirm your
settings.
4. Enter the number to which the calls are to be
diverted.
To enter an international code, hold down the 0
key until the + sign displays.
You can also select a number in Phonebook or
the voice mail server number, by pressing the
Options soft key, followed by Phonebook or
Voice server.
5. When you are satisfied, press the OK soft key.
The phone sends your settings to the network
and the network’s acknowledgement displays.
Deactivating specific call diverting
options
1. Select the call diverting option to be
deactivated.
2. Select the type of calls to which this option
applies.
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3. Press the Remove soft key.
The phone sends your settings to the network
and the network’s acknowledgement displays.
You can also deactivate all call diverting options by
selecting the Cancel all option.
Call barring
(Menu 6.2)
The call barring network service allows you to
restrict your calls.
Call barring can be set up in the following ways:
All outgoing: calls cannot be made.
International: international calls cannot be made.
International except to home: when abroad,
calls can be made only to numbers within the
current country and to your home country, that is
the country where your home network provider is
located.
All incoming: calls cannot be received.
Incoming while abroad: calls cannot be received
when you are using your phone outside the country
of your service network.
Cancel all: all call barring options are deactivated;
calls can be made and received normally.
You can specify individual call barring options for
each of the following call types:
• Voice calls
• Data calls (not available when line 2 is in use)
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Setting call barring options
1. Select the type of call barring by pressing the Up
or Down key and then press the Select soft key.
2. Select the type of calls to be barred by pressing
the Up or Down key and then press the Select
soft key.
3. Press the Activate soft key to confirm your
settings.
4. Enter the call barring password supplied by your
service provider and press the OK soft key.
The phone sends your settings to the network
and the network’s acknowledgement displays.
Deactivating specific call barring options
1. Select the call barring option to be deactivated.
2. Select the type of calls to which this option
applies.
3. Press the Deactivate soft key.
4. Enter the call barring password supplied by your
service provider.
The phone sends your settings to the network
and the network’s acknowledgement displays.
You can also deactivate all call barring options by
selecting the Cancel all option.
Changing the barring password
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You can set and change the call barring password
obtained from your service provider.
1. Select Change barring password from the
Call barring screen, and press the Select soft
key.
2. Enter the current password and press the OK
soft key.
3. Enter a new password and press the OK soft
key.
4. Enter the new password again to confirm it and
press the OK soft key.
Call waiting
(Menu 6.3)
This network service informs you when someone is
trying to reach you while you are on another call.
You can specify individual call waiting options for
each of the following call types:
• Voice calls
• Data calls (not available when line 2 is in use)
Activating the call waiting feature
1. Select the type of calls to which the call waiting
option is to be applied by pressing the Up or
Down key and then press the Select soft key.
2. Press the Activate soft key to confirm your
settings.
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The phone sends your settings to the network
and the network’s acknowledgement displays.
Deactivating specific call waiting options
1. Select the type of call to which the option
applies.
2. Press the Deactivate soft key.
The phone sends your settings to the network
and the network’s acknowledgement displays.
You can also deactivate all call waiting options by
selecting the Cancel all option.
Network selection
(Menu 6.4)
The Network selection feature enables you to
manually select the network used when roaming
outside your home area or to let the phone
automatically select the roaming network.
Note: You can select a network other than your home
network only if it has a valid roaming
agreement with your home network.
To choose to automatically or manually select the
network when roaming:
1. Press the Up or Down key until the appropriate
option highlights and press the Select soft key.
If you select Automatic, you are connected to
the first available network when roaming.
If you select Manual, the phone scans for the
available networks. Go to step 2.
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2. Press the Up or Down key until the preferred
network highlights and press the Select soft
key.
You are connected to that network when
roaming.
Caller ID (Menu 6.5)
You can prevent your phone number from being
displayed on the phone of the person being called.
Note: Some networks do not allow the user to change
this setting.
The following options are available:
Default: the default setting provided by the
network is used.
Hide number: your number does not display on
the other person’s phone.
Send number: your number is sent each time you
make a call.
Active line
(Menu 6.6)
Some SIM cards may be used with two subscriber
numbers. This functions is available only if your SIM
card supports it.
This menu option allows you to select the line to be
used to make calls. However, calls can be answered
on both lines, regardless of the selected line.
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The Fun box menu contains several amusement
options:
• WWW services
• Media box
• Java world
WWW Services
(Menu 7.1)
Your phone comes equipped with a WAP (Wireless
Application Protocol) Browser, making it possible for
you to access the Wireless Web.
Each time you start the WAP Browser, the phone
connects to the Wireless Web and the service
indicator icon (
or
) appears on the display to
inform you that you are connected to the Wireless
Web and will be billed accordingly. Rates vary
according to your service option.
The WAP Browser ends the network connection
after a certain period of inactivity and automatically
reconnects as necessary. For this reason, you may
find that you are billed for several network
connections within a single session. This is normal
and is designed to minimise your bill.
Home (Menu 7.1.1)
When you select this menu option, the phone
connects to the network and loads the homepage of
the Wireless Web service provider.
Once connected, the homepage displays. The
content depends on the service provider.
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Note: To quickly launch the WAP browser from the
idle mode, press the
key.
To scroll through a displayed screen, use the Up and
Down keys.
To exit the browser, press the
key at any
time. The phone returns to idle mode.
Navigating the WAP browser
To
Press the
scroll through and
select browser
items
Up or Down key until the item
you want highlights, and then
press the
soft key.
select a numbered
item
corresponding numeric key.
return to the
previous page
(or Back) soft key or C
key.
return to the
startup homepage
key and select the Home
browser option. For details,
see page 128.
Entering text in the WAP browser
When you are prompted to enter text, the current
text input mode appears above the right soft key.
For further information on how to enter text, see
page 39.
Using the WAP browser menus
There are various menu options available when
surfing the Wireless Web.
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To access the WAP Browser menu:
1. Press the
key or scroll to the logo on the top
left of all Web pages and then press the (
)
soft key.
A list of options appears.
2. Highlight the required option using the Up or
Down key.
3. Press the
soft key to select the option.
4. If necessary, select a secondary option by
pressing the Up or Down key and then press the
soft key.
Note: Available WAP Browser operations may vary,
depending on your version of the browser.
Following WAP Browser operations are available:
Back: returns to the previous page.
Home: takes you back to the homepage of the
Wireless Web service provider.
Exit: exits the WAP browser.
Reload: reloads the current page.
Show URL: shows the URL address of the Web
page you are currently accessing.
Advanced: the following options are available:
Clear cache: clears the information stored in the
cache. The cache is the phone’s temporary memory,
used to store the most recently accessed Web
pages.
About...: shows informations about the browser.
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Using WAP browser options
Several options are available when you are surfing
the Wireless Web. To access these options, press
the
key once connected to the Wireless Web.
Goto URL: allows you to manually enter the URL
address of the site that you wish to access.
Bookmark: allows you to use the Bookmark
menu option. For details, see page 130.
Messages: allows you to read or write an SMS
message. For details, see page 64.
Media box: allows you to use your Media box. For
details, see page 134.
Answering a call during a WAP connection
You can receive an incoming call while you are using
the WAP browser.
Answer the call by pressing the
key, as you
normally would. After ending the call, you can
continue navigating on the Web page you were
previously accessing.
Bookmark (Menu 7.1.2)
This menu option allows you to store the URL
addresses of up to 10 of your favourite Web sites.
To store a URL address:
1. Select an empty location and press the Select
soft key.
2. Enter the address and press the OK soft key to
save it.
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3. Assign a name to the bookmark and press the
OK soft key.
For further information about how to enter text,
see page 39.
Once you have stored an address, the following
options are available when you select it.
Go: allows you to access the site directly.
Edit: allows you to change the name and URL
address of the bookmark.
Delete: allows you to delete the bookmark.
Go to URL (Menu 7.1.3)
This menu option allows you to manually enter the
URL address of the Web site that you wish to
access.
Enter the URL address and press the OK soft key.
For further information about how to enter text, see
page 39.
Clear cache (Menu 7.1.4)
This menu option allows you to clear the
information stored in the cache. The cache is the
phone’s temporary memory, used to store the most
recently accessed Web pages.
Proxy settings (Menu 7.1.5)
This menu option allows you to set up five proxy
servers.
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Note: You do not need to change the browser settings
in most cases. Change the settings only when
your network provider asks you to.
For each proxy, the following options are available:
Proxy name: enter the name of the HTTP proxy
server.
GSM setting: you can change the proxy settings for
the GSM network.
Gateway: enter the IP Address and IP Port
Data call type: select a network connection type:
ISDN or Analogue.
Dial number: enter the PPP server phone number.
Login ID: enter the PPP server login ID.
Password: enter the PPP server password.
GPRS setting: you can change the proxy settings
for the GPRS network.
Gateway: enter the IP Address and IP Port.
APN: enter the access point name used for the
address of the GPRS network gateway.
Login ID: enter the user ID required to connect to
the GPRS network.
Password: enter the password required to connect to
the GPRS network.
Home URL: you can change the address of your
startup homepage.
When the default homepage displays, you can delete
it using the C key and enter your own choice. To
enter any special characters, / for example, use
Symbolic mode; see page 46.
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Bearer: you can select the bearer to be used for
each type of network access.
GPRS first: your phone will search for the GPRS
network first. If this service is not available, you can
use a GSM service temporarily.
GPRS only: the phone only works in GPRS networks.
GSM only: the phone only works in GSM networks.
Current proxy (Menu 7.1.6)
This menu option allows you to activate one of the
proxies you set up to use the WAP connection.
Push messages (Menu 7.1.7)
This menu allows you to set to be received and read
push messages. A push message can be either a
broadcast message that originates from the web
server, or a message containing images or other
media that the user has purchased from a service
provider.
The following options are available:
Inbox: Your phone receives push messages and
saves them in Inbox. You can also read push
messages in Inbox.
Setting: This option allows you to set the push
message receiving options.
Always: Push messages are always allowed entry.
Never: Push messages are blocked.
Optional: Push messages whose sending matches to
the number in this option are allowed entry. The
preset number is the SMS service centre’s number.
Delete all: deletes all push messages.
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Media box
(Menu 7.2)
This menu option stores various media items from
outside sources, such as WAP sites, or multimedia
messages you have received.
Images (Menu 7.2.1)
This option allows you to view images extracted
from EMS or MMS messages, downloaded from WAP
sites, or from EasyStudio PC software.
To view the image, press the View soft key.
When you view a photo, press the Options soft key
to do the following:
Send: allows you to send the image as a
multimedia message.
Rename: allows you to rename it.
Delete: allows you to delete it.
Set as wallpaper: allows you to set it as
wallpaper.
Properties: allows you to view the detailed
information about the images.
Sounds (Menu 7.2.2)
This option allows you to listen to recorded voices
and melodies received from outside sources, such
as WAP sites or multimedia messages you have
received.
Voices: allow you to listen to voice recordings.
My sounds: allow you to listen to various melodies.
When you select a sound, press the Options soft
key to send, rename, delete, set as a ringtone (only
in My sounds) or view its properties.
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Delete all (Menu 7.2.3)
This option deletes all images and sounds from the
Media box.
Images: Press the Yes soft key to delete all
images, otherwise press the No soft key.
Sounds:
1. Scroll to a sound box and place a check mark
next to it by pressing the Select soft key.
Selecting All places check marks in all of the
boxes.
2. If necessary, repeat step 1 to check other box.
3. When you have finished checking, press the OK
soft key.
4. When a confirming message appears, press the
Yes soft key to delete all of the sounds in the
box(es).
Otherwise, press the No soft key.
Memory status (Menu 7.2.4)
Media box and multimedia message boxes share a
given amount of memory in your phone.
This display shows the status of free and used
memory.
You can see memory status for the Media box and
multimedia message boxes by pressing the Left or
Right key.
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JAVA world (Menu 7.3)
You can download MIDlets (Java applications that
run on mobile phones) from various sources using
the WAP Browser and store them on your phone.
Downloads (Menu 7.3.1)
A list of Java games is displayed. Two MIDlets (Java
games) have been pre-loaded on your phone. If the
Jave games list is empty, a pop-up message is
displayed inviting you to download a new game. To
add MIDlets to the list, download them from the
Web.
To
Press the
find a game
Up or Down key.
run a game
Launch soft key.
view detail
information
Info soft key.
delete the game
Delete soft key in the
information display.
BubbleSmile
BubbleSmile is an arcade puzzle game.
Accessing a game
After loading the game, you will see the following
options. Press the
key to select one of them:
Start game: allows you to start a new game in
timed mode or skilled mode.
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• Timed mode: You have until time runs out to play.
You must align bubbles of the same colour to
make them disappear, and when you do, your
time increases.
• Skilled mode: you have to make more than 4
bubbles disappear at once for skill bar gauge to
increase. If less than 4 bubbles disappear, then
the gauge falls.
Continue: allows you to continue the last game
you played. The menu is only available when a
game has already been played.
High score: shows you the high score table.
How to play: shows you the instructions for this
game.
Option: allows you to turn the sound on or off.
Playing the game
Your score goes up when you make bubbles
disappear. You must align at least 3 bubbles
horizontally or diagonally to make them vanish. You
will see a band surrounding three bubbles, and you
can rotate the bubbles within the band to make
them line up within the matrix, to match colours.
You can also move the band to surround three
different bubbles. When the game ends, if your
score was within the top three, it will appear on the
display.
Key commands
2, 4, 6, 8, or navigation key: move the band up,
down, left, or right
1: rotate the bubbles in the band counterclockwise
3: rotate the bubbles in the band clockwise
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SnowBallFight
The goal of this game is to challenge and defeat the
snowball fight champions of four different teams.
Accessing a game
After loading the game, press any key twice to go to
the first menu screen. At the first menu screen,
press the
key to play a game, or press the
key
to access the game’s main menu.
Play: allows you to start a new game or a saved
game. The saved game option allows you to
continue playing from where you left off the last
time you played the game.
Instructions: shows you the explanation of control
keys and offensive and defensive items.
Configuration: allows you to turn the sound or
vibration on or off, and to select the speed of the
game from 1 to 5.
Quit: quits the game and returns to the downloads
menu screen.
Playing the game
Move the character along the street using the
navigation key. If you have enough coins, earned
while fighting, you can buy defensive items at the
drug store, and offensive items at the item shop.
Move the character to the currently fighting team
and press the
key to join in. When the snowball
fight starts, hit the rival kids with snowballs and
avoid theirs. While fighting, you can make use of
any items you have. If you raise enough mana, you
can also use special attack. You must win alll fights
in four stages in order to challenge the champions.
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Key Commands
4/6 or Left/Right: move left or right.
2, 5, Up or
:control the distance at the first
press and throw the snowball at the next press.
8, Down: use a special attack depending on your
mana.
3: enters item mode in order to use the items in
your inventory. Select the item you want to use by
pressing 2, 5, Up or
key.
Special attacks
Level 1: Aurora, all enemies are hit by snowballs.
Level 2: Ice dragon, all enemies are hit by
snowballs and frozen for 8 seconds.
Level 3: Icicle storm, double powered snowball
attack on all enemies. Enemies’ attack accuracy is
decreased for 10 seconds.
Internet settings (Menu 7.3.2)
The Internet address to connect to the Java server
is automatically set when the data set up call is
made. The address is provided by the network
operator automatically, but you can change it
manually in this menu.
Memory status (Menu 7.3.3)
You can check memory space available for Java
downloads. The display also shows the total
memory and used memory.
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Using ALS (Alternate
Line Service)
The ALS feature enables two lines to be associated
with one SIM card. Consequently, you can make
and receive calls on either line. If you subscribe to
this network service, a few additional menu options
enable you to set up this feature.
Note: Please contact your service provider to check
the availability of this feature and how to
subscribe to ALS.
Selecting a line
You can select a line for each call via the Active
line menu option (Menu 6.6). For further details,
refer to page 126.
Editing the line name
You can enter a name for each line via the Own
number (Phonebook 2.1)menu option.
When you edit the name of a line, this name
replaces “Line 1” or “Line 2”. For further details,
refer to page 61.
Setting the ring type
To distinguish between incoming calls on the two
lines, you can select a different ring tone for each
line via the Incoming calls menu option (Menu
3.1). See page 93 for further details.
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Setting call diverting options
You can set up call diverting via the Call diverting
menu option (Menu 6.1). This service reroutes
incoming calls on the line of your choice to a
specified number. For further details, see page 120.
Viewing call information
You can view call times and last call cost
information for each line. For further details, see
page 91.
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Solving problems
Before calling for service, perform the following
simple checks for the problems listed. You may save
the time and expense of an unnecessary service
call.
When you switch your phone on, one of
the following messages appears:
Insert SIM
Check that the SIM card is correctly installed.
Phone locked: enter password
The Phone lock feature is enabled. You must enter
the phone’s password before you can use the
phone.
Enter PIN
• You are using your phone for the first time. You
must enter the Personal Identification Number
supplied with the SIM card.
• The PIN check feature is enabled. Every time the
phone is switched on, you must enter the PIN. To
disable this feature, use the PIN check menu
option (Menu 4.4.1). See page 101.
Enter PUK
The PIN was entered incorrectly three times in
succession and the phone is now blocked. Enter the
PUK supplied by your network operator.
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“No service” displays
• The network connection has been lost. You may
be in a weak reception area (in a tunnel or
surrounded by buildings). Move and try again.
• You are trying to access an option for which you
have not taken out a subscription with your
service provider. Contact the service provider for
further details.
You have entered a number but it was
not dialled
• Have you pressed the
key?
• Are you accessing the right cellular network?
• You may have set an outgoing call barring option.
Your correspondent can not reach you
• Is your phone switched on (the
for more than one second)?
key pressed
• Are you accessing the right cellular network?
• You may have set an incoming call barring option.
Your correspondent can not hear you
speaking
• Have you switched off the microphone (Mute
appears)?
• Are you holding the phone close enough to your
mouth? The microphone is located at the bottom
of the phone.
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The phone starts beeping and “Battery
low” flashes on the display
The battery is insufficiently charged. Replace the
battery and recharge it.
The audio quality of the call is poor
• Check the signal strength indicator on the display
(
); the number of bars indicates the signal
strength from strong (
) to weak ( ).
• Try moving the phone slightly or moving closer to
a window if you are in a building.
No number is dialled when you recall a
Phonebook entry
• Check that the number has been stored correctly
by using the Phonebook Search feature.
• Re-store the number, if necessary.
If the above guidelines do not help you to solve
the problem, take a note of:
• the model and serial numbers of your phone
• your warranty details
• a clear description of the problem
Then contact your local dealer or Samsung
after-sales service.
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Access codes
There are several access codes that are used by
your phone and its SIM card. These codes help you
protect the phone against unauthorised use.
Some access codes can be changed using the
Security menu option (Menu 4.4). See page 100
for further details.
Phone password
The Phone lock feature (see page 101) uses the
phone password to protect your phone against
unauthorised use.
The phone password supplied with the phone is
preset to “00000000” at the factory. To change the
password, use the Change password menu option
(Menu 4.4.4). See page 102.
PIN
The PIN (Personal Identification Number) protects
your SIM card against unauthorised use. It is
usually supplied with the SIM card. When the PIN
Check feature is enabled (see page 101), you must
enter the PIN each time you switch on the phone.
If you key in an incorrect PIN three times in
succession, you’ll have to key in the PUK and press
the OK soft key to unlock the phone. Key in a new
PIN and press the OK soft key. Key in the new PIN
again and press the OK soft key.
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PIN2
The PIN2, supplied with some SIM cards, is required
to access some functions, such as charging unit
counters. These functions are only available if
supported by your SIM card.
If you key in an incorrect PIN2 three times in
succession, you will have to key in the PUK2 and
press the OK soft key to unlock the phone. Key in a
new PIN2 and press the OK soft key. Key in the new
PIN2 again and press the OK soft key.
PUK
The PUK (PIN Unblocking Key) is required to change
a blocked PIN. The PUK may be supplied with the
SIM card. If not, contact your local service provider.
If you key in an incorrect PUK ten times in
succession, the SIM card cannot be used anymore.
Contact your service provider for a new card.
You cannot change the PUK. If you lose the code,
contact your service provider.
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PUK2
The PUK2, supplied with some SIM cards, is
required to change a blocked PIN2.
If you key in an incorrect PUK2 ten times in
succession, you cannot use the functions requiring
the PIN2. Contact your service provider for a new
card.
You cannot change the PUK2. If you lose the code,
contact your service provider.
Call barring password
The 4-digit call barring password is required when
you use the Call Barring function. You obtain the
password from your service provider when you
subscribe to this function.
You can change this password using the Change
barring password menu option (Menu 6.2.7). For
further details, see page 123.
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Health and safety
information
SAR certification information
This phone meets European Union (EU)
requirements concerning exposure to radio waves.
Your mobile phone is a radio transmitter and
receiver. It is designed and manufactured so as not
to exceed the limits for exposure to radio-frequency
(RF) energy, as recommended by the EU Council.
These limits are part of comprehensive guidelines
and establish permitted levels of RF energy for the
general population. The guidelines were developed
by independent scientific organisations through the
periodic and thorough evaluation of scientific
studies. The limits include a substantial safety
margin designed to ensure the safety of all persons,
regardless of age and health.
The exposure standard for mobile phones employs
a unit of measurement known as SAR (Specific
Absorption Rate). The SAR limit recommended by
the EU Council is 2.0 W/kg.*
The Highest SAR Value for this model phone was
0.846 W/kg.
* The SAR limit for mobile phones used by the public is 2.0
watts/kilogram (W/kg) averaged over ten grams of body
tissue. The limit incorporates a substantial margin of
safety to give additional protection for the public and to
account for any variations in measurements. The SAR
values may vary depending on national reporting
requirements and the network band.
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SAR tests are conducted using standard operating
positions with the phone transmitting at its highest
certified power level in all tested frequency bands.
Although the SAR is determined at the highest
certified power level, the actual SAR level of the
phone while operating can be well below the
maximum value. This is because the phone is
designed to operate at multiple power levels so as
to use only the power required to reach the
network. In general, the closer you are to a base
station, the lower the power output of the phone.
Before a new model phone is made available for
sale to the public, compliance with the European
R&TTE Directive must be shown. This directive
includes as one of its essential requirements the
protection of the health and safety of the user and
any other person.
Precautions when using batteries
• Never use any charger or battery that is damaged
in any way.
• Use the battery only for its intended purpose.
• If you use the phone near the network’s base
station, it uses less power; talk and standby time
are greatly affected by the signal strength on the
cellular network and the parameters set by the
network operator.
• Battery charging time depends on the remaining
battery charge and the type of battery and
charger used. The battery can be charged and
discharged hundreds of times, but it will gradually
wear out. When the operation time (talk time and
standby time) is noticeably shorter than normal,
it is time to buy a new battery.
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• If left unused, a fully charged battery will
discharge itself over time.
• Use only Samsung-approved batteries and
recharge your battery only with Samsungapproved chargers. When a charger is not in use,
disconnect it from the power source. Do not leave
the battery connected to a charger for more than
a week, since overcharging may shorten its life.
• Extreme temperatures will affect the charging
capacity of your battery: it may require cooling or
warming first.
• Do not leave the battery in hot or cold places,
such as in a car in summer or winter conditions,
as you will reduce the capacity and lifetime of the
battery. Always try to keep the battery at room
temperature. A phone with a hot or cold battery
may temporarily not work, even when the battery
is fully charged. Li-ion batteries are particularly
affected by temperatures below 0 °C (32 °F).
• Do not short-circuit the battery. Accidental shortcircuiting can occur when a metallic object (coin,
clip or pen) causes a direct connection between
the + and – terminals of the battery (metal strips
on the battery), for example when you carry a
spare battery in a pocket or bag. Short-circuiting
the terminals may damage the battery or the
object causing the short-circuiting.
• Dispose of used batteries in accordance with local
regulations. Always recycle. Do not dispose of
batteries in a fire.
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Road safety
Your wireless phone gives you the powerful ability
to communicate by voice, almost anywhere,
anytime. But an important responsibility
accompanies the benefits of wireless phones, one
that every user must uphold.
When driving a car, driving is your first
responsibility. When using your wireless phone
behind the wheel of a car, make sure that you are
following the special regulations of the given area or
country.
Operating environment
Remember to follow any special regulations in force
in any area and always switch off your phone
whenever it is forbidden to use it, or when it may
cause interference or danger.
When connecting the phone or any accessory to
another device, read its user’s guide for detailed
safety instructions. Do not connect incompatible
products.
As with other mobile radio transmitting equipment,
users are advised that for the satisfactory operation
of the equipment and for the safety of personnel, it
is recommended that the equipment should only be
used in the normal operating position (held to your
ear with the antenna pointing over your shoulder).
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Electronic devices
Most modern electronic equipment is shielded from
radio frequency (RF) signals. However, certain
electronic equipment may not be shielded against
the RF signals from your wireless phone. Consult
the manufacturer to discuss alternatives.
Pacemakers
Pacemaker manufacturers recommend that a
minimum distance of 15 cm (6 inches) be
maintained between a wireless phone and a
pacemaker to avoid potential interference with the
pacemaker. These recommendations are consistent
with the independent research and
recommendations of Wireless Technology Research.
Persons with pacemakers:
• should always keep the phone more than 15 cm
(6 inches) from their pacemaker when the phone
is switched on
• should not carry the phone in a breast pocket
• should use the ear opposite the pacemaker to
minimise potential interference
If you have any reason to suspect that interference
is taking place, switch off your phone immediately.
Hearing aids
Some digital wireless phones may interfere with
some hearing aids. In the event of such
interference, you may wish to consult your hearing
aid manufacturer to discuss alternatives.
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Other medical devices
If you use any other personal medical devices,
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. Switch off your phone
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.
Vehicles
RF signals may affect improperly installed or
inadequately shielded electronic systems in motor
vehicles. Check with the manufacturer or its
representative regarding your vehicle.
You should also consult the manufacturer of any
equipment that has been added to your vehicle.
Posted facilities
Switch off your phone in any facility where posted
notices require you to do so.
Potentially explosive atmospheres
Switch off your phone when in any area with a
potentially explosive atmosphere and obey all signs
and instructions. Sparks in such areas could cause
an explosion or fire resulting in bodily injury or even
death.
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Users are advised to switch off the phone while at a
refuelling point (service station). Users are
reminded of the need to observe restrictions on the
use of radio equipment in fuel depots (fuel storage
and distribution areas), chemical plants or where
blasting operations are in progress.
Areas with a potentially explosive atmosphere are
often but not always clearly marked. They include
below deck on boats, chemical transfer or storage
facilities, vehicles using liquefied petroleum gas
(such as propane or butane), areas where the air
contains chemicals or particles, such as grain, dust
or metal powders, and any other area where you
would normally be advised to turn off your vehicle
engine.
Emergency calls
This phone, like any wireless phone, operates using
radio signals, wireless and landline networks, as
well as user-programmed functions, which cannot
guarantee connection in all conditions. Therefore,
you should never rely solely on any wireless phone
for essential communications (medical
emergencies, for example).
Remember, to make or receive any calls the phone
must be switched on and in a service area with
adequate signal strength. Emergency calls may not
be possible on all wireless phone networks or when
certain network services and/or phone features are
in use. Check with local service providers.
To make an emergency call, proceed as follows:
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1. If the phone is not on, switch it on.
2. Key in the emergency number for your present
location (for example, 112 or any other official
emergency number). Emergency numbers vary
by location.
3. Press the
key.
If certain features are in use (call barring, for
example), you may first need to deactivate those
features before you can make an emergency call.
Consult this document and your local cellular
service provider.
When making an emergency call, remember to give
all the necessary information as accurately as
possible. Remember that your phone may be the
only means of communication at the scene of an
accident; do not end the call until given permission
to do so.
Other important safety information
• Only qualified personnel should service the phone
or install the phone in a vehicle. Faulty
installation or service may be dangerous and may
invalidate any warranty applicable to the device.
• Check regularly that all wireless phone equipment
in your vehicle is mounted and operating
properly.
• Do not store or carry flammable liquids, gases, or
explosive materials in the same compartment as
the phone, its parts, or accessories.
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• For vehicles equipped with an air bag, remember
that an air bag inflates with great force. Do not
place objects, including both installed or portable
wireless equipment in the area over the air bag or
in the air bag deployment area. If wireless
equipment is improperly installed and the air bag
inflates, serious injury could result.
• Switch off your phone before boarding an aircraft.
The use of wireless phones in aircraft may be
dangerous to the operation of the aircraft, and is
illegal.
• Failure to observe these instructions may lead to
the suspension or denial of telephone services to
the offender, or legal action, or both.
Care and maintenance
• Keep the phone and all its parts and accessories
out of the reach of small children
• Keep the phone dry. Precipitation, humidity, and
liquids contain minerals that will corrode
electronic circuits.
• Do not use the phone with a wet hand. Doing so
may cause an electric shock to you or damage to
the phone.
• Do not use or store the phone in dusty, dirty
areas, as its moving parts may be damaged.
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• Do not store the phone in hot areas. High
temperatures can shorten the life of electronic
devices, damage batteries, and warp or melt
certain plastics.
• Do not store the phone in cold areas. When the
phone warms up to its normal operating
temperature, moisture can form inside the
phone, which may damage the phone’s electronic
circuit boards.
• Do not drop, knock, or shake the phone. Rough
handling can break internal circuit boards.
• Do not use harsh chemicals, cleaning solvents, or
strong detergents to clean the phone. Wipe it
with a soft cloth slightly dampened in a mild
soap-and-water solution.
• Do not paint the phone. Paint can clog the
device’s moving parts and prevent proper
operation.
• Do not put the phone in or on heating devices,
such as a microwave oven, a stove, or a radiator.
The phone may explode when overheated.
• Use only the supplied or an approved
replacement antenna. Unauthorised antennas or
modified accessories may damage the phone and
violate regulations governing radio devices.
• If the phone, battery, charger, or any accessory is
not working properly, take it to your nearest
qualified service facility. The personnel there will
assist you, and if necessary, arrange for service.
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Glossary
To help you understand the main technical terms
and abbreviations used in this booklet and take full
advantage of the features of your mobile phone,
here are a few definitions.
ALS (Alternate Line Service)
Capability of associating two lines with one SIM
card. With this service, you can make and receive
calls on either line, as required.
Call barring
Ability to restrict outgoing and incoming calls.
Call diverting
Ability to reroute calls to another number.
Call holding
Ability to put one call on standby while answering or
making another call; you can then switch between
the two calls, as required.
Call waiting
Ability to inform users that they have an incoming
call when engaged on another call.
CLI (Caller Line Identification) services
Services allowing subscribers to view or block the
telephone numbers of callers.
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EMS (Enhanced Message Service)
Network service sending and receiving messages
that include images, sounds, and/or animations to
and from another user without having to speak to
the correspondent.
GPRS (General Packet Radio Service)
New non-voice value-added service that allows
information to be sent and received across a mobile
telephone network. GPRS guarantees continuous
connection to the Internet for mobile phone and
computer users. It is based on the Global System
for Mobile Communication (GSM) circuit-switched
cellular phone connections and the Short Message
Service (SMS).
GSM (Global System for Mobile
Communication)
International standard for cellular communication,
guaranteeing compatibility between the various
network operators. GSM covers most European
countries and many other parts of the world.
IrDA(Infrared Data Association)
A standard defined by the IrDA consortium. It
specifies a way to wirelessly transfer data via
infrared radiation. The IrDA specifications include
standards for both the physical devices and the
protocols they use to communicate with each other.
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MMS (Multimedia Message Service)
A message service for the mobile environment,
standardized by the WAP Forum and the 3rd
Generation Partnership Program (3GPP). For phone
users, MMS is similar to Short Message Service
(SMS)--it provides automatic, immediate delivery of
user-created content from phone to phone. The
message addressing used is primarily phone
numbers; thus the traffic goes from phone to
phone. MMS also provides support for e-mail
addressing, so that messages can also be sent by
e-mail. In addition to the text content of SMS, MMS
messages can contain still images, voice or audio
clips, and in the future also video clips and
presentation information.
Multiparty calling
Ability to establish a conference call involving up to
five additional parties.
PIN (Personal Identification Number)
Security code that protects the phone/SIM against
unauthorised use. The PIN is supplied by the
service provider with the SIM card. It may be a four
to eight-digit number and can be changed, as
required.
PUK (PIN Unblocking Key)
Security code used to unlock the phone when an
incorrect PIN has been entered three times in
succession. The eight-digit number is supplied by
the service provider with the SIM card.
Roaming
Use of your phone when you are outside your home
area (when travelling for example).
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SDN (Service Dialling Numbers)
Telephone numbers supplied by your network
provider and giving access to special services, such
as voice mail, directory inquiries, customer support,
and emergency services.
SIM (Subscriber Identification Module)
Card containing a chip with all the information
required to operate the phone (network and
memory information, as well as the subscriber’s
personal data). The SIM card fits into a small slot in
the back of the phone and is protected by the
battery.
SMS (Short Message Service)
Network service for sending and receiving
messages to and from another subscriber without
having to speak to the correspondent. The message
created or received can be displayed, received,
edited, or sent.
Soft Keys
Two keys marked
purpose of which:
and
on the phone, the
• varies according to the function that you are
currently using
• is indicated on the bottom line of the display just
above the corresponding key
Voice mail
Computerised answering service that automatically
answers your calls when you are not available,
plays a greeting (optionally in your own voice), and
records a message.
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Index
A
ABC mode • 39, 41
Access codes • 145
Accessories • 9
Active line
select • 127
service, use • 140
Alarm, set • 114
Alert type • 94
ALS • 140
Anykey answer • 105
Auto redial, set • 104
Autopower alarm • 115
B
background image, set • 99
Backlight • 16, 98
Barring
calls • 122
Battery
charging • 21
installing • 19
low battery indicator •
22
precautions • 149
removing • 20
Broadcast • 89
Browser, WAP • 127
Built in antenna • 17
C
Calculator • 116
Calendar • 108
Caller
groups • 62
ID • 126
Calls
alert type • 94
answering • 29
a second call • 35
barring • 122
costs • 92
dialled • 90
diverting • 120
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emergency • 154
ending • 29
holding • 34
international • 27
log • 27
making • 26
a second call • 34
missed • 28, 89
multi-party • 36
received • 89
records • 89
redialling • 27
automatically • 104
rejecting • 29
ring tone • 93
searching for a number
in phonebook • 54
times • 91
waiting • 35, 124
Card, SIM
dialling numbers • 60
inserting • 18
locking • 102
removing • 19
Care • 156
Characters
entering • 39
Clock • 112
Conference calls • 36
Connection tone • 95
Conversion, unit • 116
Cost of calls • 92
D
Date, set • 112
Dialled calls • 90
Dialling • 26
SIM card numbers • 60
Display
contrast • 100
external • 100
icons • 14
language • 100
main • 13, 100
settings • 98
DTMF tones, send • 33
Index
E
Ear-microphone • 38
Earpiece volume • 30
Emergency calls • 154
External display • 16
F
FDN mode • 103
Fixed Dial Number mode •
103
Fun box • 127
Functions, select • 24
G
Greeting message • 98
Group settings • 62
I
Icons • 14
Input mode
changing • 40
language, set • 100
International calls • 27
Internet • 127
K
Key tones
type, select • 95
volume • 30
Keys
location • 10
L
Language, set • 100
LCD
contrast • 100
external • 16, 100
icons • 14
main • 13, 100
settings • 98
Length of calls • 91, 96
Letters
entering • 39
Locking
phone • 101
SIM card • 102
Low battery indicator • 22
M
Maintenance • 156
Media box • 134
Memory status, phonebook •
63
Memos
making • 106, 109
viewing 110
Menu
list • 48
scrolling • 47
Messages
MMS • 70
SMS • 64
Messages • 64
alert types • 94
broadcast • 83
deleting • 70, 88
greeting • 98
inbox • 64
outbox • 69
preset • 82
ring tone • 94
voice mail • 81
writing • 67
Microphone, mute • 31
Minute minder • 96
Missed calls • 28, 89
Multi-party calls
making • 36
private conversation •
37
removing a participant •
38
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N
Names
entering • 39
searching/dialling • 54
storing • 57
Network selection • 125
Network services • 120
Numbers
correcting • 26
FDN • 103
mode • 39, 46
speed-dial • 58
storing • 57
O
Options, select • 24
Organiser • 106
Outbox • 69, 78
P
Password
barring • 124, 147
phone • 102, 145
Personal Identification
Number • 145
Phone
layout • 10
settings • 98
switching on/off • 23
Phonebook • 54
copying numbers • 56
deleting numbers • 56
editing numbers • 56
erasing numbers • 56
memory status • 63
sending SMS • 56
storing numbers/names
• 57
PIN • 145
changing • 101
checking • 101
PIN2 • 146
changing • 103
Power on/off tone • 95
Preset messages • 82
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Problem, solve • 142
PUK • 146
PUK2 • 147
Q
Quiet mode • 96
R
Received calls • 89
Redialling
automatically • 104
Reset settings • 105
Ringer
incoming calls • 93
messages • 94
Road safety • 151
S
Safety
batteries • 149
electronic devices • 152
explosive atmospheres •
153
information • 148, 155
medical devices • 153
operating environment •
151
precautions • 7
road • 151
Second call, answer• 35
Second call, make• 34
Security settings • 100
Service directory, dial • 63
Settings
alarm • 114
date • 112
display • 98
network • 120
phone • 98
reset • 105
security • 100
sound • 93
text language • 100
time • 112
Index
Side key • 104
SIM card
dialling numbers • 60
inserting • 18
locking • 102
removing • 19
SMS • 64
SMS message • 65
Soft keys, use • 24
Sound settings • 93
Speed-dialling • 58
Stopwatch • 119
Switching on/off
microphone • 31
phone • 23
Symbolic mode • 39, 46
T
T9 mode • 39, 43
Text
entering • 39
input modes • 39
language • 100
Time
setting • 112
world • 112
Timer • 118
To do list • 111
Tone
connection • 95
keypad • 95
message • 94
power on/off • 95
Travel adapter • 21
V
Volume
call ringer • 93
earpiece • 30
keys • 30
W
Waiting call • 35, 124
WAP Browser • 127
World time • 112
WWW Services • 127
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➄ Press the Select soft key
to confirm.
➃ Scroll with the Up or
Down key through the
list of options until the
required option is
selected.
➂ Press the Select soft
key.
➁ Scroll with the navigation
keys through the main
menus until you reach
the required menu.
➀ Press the Menu soft key
in idle mode.
Each of the two soft keys (
and
)
performs the function indicated by the
text above them, on the bottom line of
the display.
Access
the Menu
Functions
Briefly press the
key.
Open the phone
or
Press the
key.
Answer a
Call
End a Call
Press the volume keys
on the left side of the
phone.
➀ Enter the number.
➁ Press the
key.
Press and hold the
key.
Adjust the
Volume
Make a Call
Switch On/
Off
Quick Reference Card
GPRS Telephone SGH-X460
Redial the
Last
Number
In idle mode, hold down the
appropriate key (2 to 9).
Or, press the key (2 to 9)
and the
key.
Press the
View
Missed
Calls
Immediately After
Missing
Them
SpeedDial
Enter the SIM location,
press the
key, and press
the
key.
key twice.
Dial a
Number
in Your
SIM Card
Press and hold the 1 key.
➀ Open the phone and
press the Missed soft
key.
➁ Scroll with the Up and
Down keys through the
missed calls.
➂ To make a call, press the
key.
Listen to
Your
Voice Mail
Search for
a Number
in
Phonebook
Store
Numbers in
Phonebook
➀ Press the Phonebook
soft key in idle mode.
➁ Select Find name.
➂ Enter a name.
➃ Press the OK soft key.
➄ Press the Left or Right
key, if necessary.
➅ Press the
key to dial.
➀ Enter the number.
➁ Press the Save soft
key.
➂ Select the memory
type and press the
Select soft key.
➃ If you select Phone,
select the number type
and press the Select
soft key.
➄ Enter the name and
press the OK soft key.
➅ If you select SIM, enter
the location number and
press the OK soft key.
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