Samsung | SGH-D500 | Samsung SGH-D500 User manual

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* Some of the contents of this manual may differ from your phone,
depending on the software installed or your service provider.
SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS
World Wide Web
http://www.samsungmobile.com
Printed in Korea
Code No.:GH68-06048A
English. 12/2005. Rev 1.1
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SGH-D500
User’s Guide
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Use road safety at all times
Do not use a hand-held phone while driving. Park
the vehicle first.
Important
safety
precautions
Failure to comply with the following
precautions may be dangerous or illegal.
Switch off the phone when refuelling
Do not use the phone at a refuelling point (service
station) or near fuels or chemicals.
Switch off in an aircraft
Wireless phones can cause interference. Using them
in an aircraft is both illegal and dangerous.
Switch off the phone near all medical
equipment
Hospitals or health care facilities may be using
equipment that could be sensitive to external radio
frequency energy. Follow any regulations or rules in
force.
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Keep your phone away from small children
All wireless phones may be subject to interference,
which could affect their performance.
Keep the phone and all its parts, including accessories,
out of the reach of small children.
Be aware of special regulations
Accessories and batteries
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.
Use only Samsung-approved accessories and
batteries. Use of any unauthorised accessories could
damage your phone and may be dangerous.
Water resistance
Your phone is not water-resistant. Keep it dry.
Sensible use
Use only in the normal position (held to the ear). Avoid
unnecessary contact with the antenna when the phone
is switched on.
Emergency call
Key in the emergency number for your present
location, then press
.
Important safety precautions
Interference
• The phone could explode if the battery is
replaced with an incorrect type.
• Dispose of used batteries according to the
manufacturer’s instructions.
Qualified service
Only qualified service personnel may repair your
phone.
For more detailed safety information, see "Health and
safety information" on page 87.
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About this Guide
This User’s Guide provides you with condensed
information about how to use your phone. To quickly
learn the basics for your phone, please refer to “Get
started.”
In this guide, the following instruction icons appear:
Indicates that you need to pay careful attention
to the subsequent information regarding safety or
phone features.
Indicates that you can get more information on
the referenced page.
→
Indicates that you need to press the Navigation
keys to scroll to the specified option and then
select it.
[
]
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Special features of your phone
•
MP3 player
Play MP3 music files using your
phone as an MP3 player.
•
Bluetooth
Send photos, images, videos, and
other personal data, and connect
to other devices using free,
wireless Bluetooth technology.
•
IrDA
Send and receive Phonebook and
Organiser data via an infrared port.
Indicates a key on the phone. For example,
[
]
Indicates a soft key, whose function is displayed
on the phone screen. For example, <Menu>
Camera and camcorder
Use the camera module on your
phone to take a photo or record a
video.
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Voice clarity
Use the voice clarity feature to increase the
volume and clarity of an incoming call, even in the
midst of a crowd.
•
•
Get Personal with photo caller
ID
See who’s calling you when their
very own photo displays.
Name card
Create name cards with your
number and profile. Whenever
introducing yourself to others, use
this convenient electronic name
card.
•
Multimedia Message Service (MMS)
Deliver MMS messages with a combination of
text, images, video, and audio.
•
E-mail
Deliver e-mails with images, video, and audio
attachments.
•
Java
Enjoy Java™-based embedded
games and download new games.
•
Organiser
Keep track of your daily, weekly,
and monthly schedule.
•
Voice recorder
Record memos or sounds.
Special features of your phone
•
Plug-in speaker
Use the included external speaker
to talk without having to hold the
phone.
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Contents
Unpack
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Make sure you have each item
Your phone
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Buttons, features, and locations
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Enter text
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ABC, T9, Number, and Symbol modes
Get started
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Call functions
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First steps to operate your phone
Advanced calling features
Install and charge the phone ................................... 7
Power on or off ...................................................... 8
Keys and display .................................................... 9
Access menu functions.......................................... 11
Customise your phone .......................................... 12
Make/answer calls................................................ 13
Menu functions
Step outside the phone
Health and safety information
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Index
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Begin with your camera, music, games, and other special
features
Use camera ......................................................... 14
Play MP3s ........................................................... 15
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Play games..........................................................
Browse WAP ........................................................
Use Phonebook ....................................................
Send messages....................................................
View messages ....................................................
Use Bluetooth wireless ..........................................
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All menu options listed
Solve problems
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Help and personal needs
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Overview of menu functions
To access Menu mode, press <Menu> from in idle mode.
1 Call records
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2
3
4
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6
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All calls
Dialled calls
Received calls
Missed calls
Delete all
Call time
Call costs*
2 Phonebook
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Contact list
Add new contact
Group
Speed dial
My name card
Own number
Management
Service number*
3 Applications
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2
3
4
5
6
Java world
MP3 Player
Voice recorder
World time
Alarm
Calculator
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3 Applications (continued)
6 Funbox
7 Converter
8 Timer
9 Stopwatch
10 SIM-AT*
Images
Videos
Music
Sounds
Memory status
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4 Browser
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1 Home
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2 Bookmarks
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3 Go to URL
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4 Clear cache
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5 Profile settings
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6 Current proxy
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5 Messages
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1 Short messages
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2 Multimedia messages p.48
3 Email
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4 Push messages
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5 Voice mail
6 Text template
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7 Broadcast messages p.60
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8 Memory status
7 Organiser
1 Month view
2 Week view
3 Day view
4 Schedule
5 Anniversary
6 Miscellaneous
7 To do
8 Missed alarm events
9 Memo
10 Memory status
8 Camera
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Take a photo
Record video
Photos
My photos
Video clips
My video clips
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9 Settings
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Time & Date
Phone settings
Display settings
Sound settings
Network services
Connectivity
Security
Memory status
Reset settings
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* Shows only if supported by your
SIM card.
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Unpack
Your phone
Make sure you have each item
Buttons, features, and locations
Camera
lens
Flash
Earpiece
Phone
Travel Adapter
Display
Volume keys
Battery
User’s Manual
External
Speaker
You can obtain various accessories from
your local Samsung dealer.
The items supplied with your phone
and the accessories at your Samsung
dealer may vary, depending on your
country or service provider.
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Left soft key
Dial key
Navigation keys
(Up/Down/Left/
Right)
Headset
jack
WAP access/
Confirm key
Right soft key
Camera
key
Power on/off/
Menu exit key
Cancel/Correct
key
IrDA port
Special
function keys
Alphanumeric
keys
Microphone
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Get started
3
Install the battery.
5
Plug the adapter into a standard AC wall outlet.
4
Plug the travel adapter
into the phone.
First steps to operate your phone
Get started
SIM card information
When you subscribe to a cellular network, you receive
a plug-in SIM (Subscriber Identity Module) card
loaded with your subscription details, such as your
PIN, and available optional services.
Install and charge the phone
1
Remove the battery.
2
Insert the SIM card.
the phone is completely charged (the battery
6 When
icon stops blinking), unplug the adapter from the
power outlet.
If the phone is already
on, first turn it off by
holding [
].
Make sure that the goldcoloured contacts on the
card face down into the
phone.
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Get started
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Remove the adapter from the phone.
Power on or off
Power on
Do not turn on
the phone when
mobile phone
use is prohibited.
Low battery indicator
When the battery is low:
• a warning tone sounds,
• the battery low message displays, and
• the empty battery icon
blinks.
If the battery level becomes too low, the phone
automatically turns off. Recharge your battery.
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Power off
1. Open the phone.
2. Press and hold [
the phone.
] to turn on
3. If necessary, enter the PIN and
press <OK>
1. Open the phone.
2. Press and hold [
].
Keypad lock
When you close the phone, the keypad lock feature
locks the exposed keys so that nothing will happen if
the keys are accidentally pressed.
To unlock the keypad, press and hold the left soft key
and press <OK>.
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Keys and display
Key(s)
Key(s)
Description
Description
Enter numbers, letters, and some special
characters.
In Idle mode, hold [1] down to access your
voicemail.
In Idle mode, access menu options
directly.page 75
In Menu mode, scroll through the menu
options.
Enter special characters.
Hold [ ] down to activate or deactivate
Quiet mode.
In Idle mode, launches the Wireless
Application Protocol (WAP) browser.
In Menu mode, selects the highlighted menu
option.
Sends or answers a call.
In Idle mode, retrieves the last number
dialled, missed, or received.
Deletes characters from the display.
In Menu mode, returns to the previous menu
level.
Ends a call. Hold down to switch the phone
on and off.
In Menu mode, cancels input and returns the
phone to Idle mode.
(on the left)
Get started
Perform the function indicated on the bottom
line of the display.
Adjusts the phone volume.
In Idle mode, with the phone open, adjusts
the keypad tone volume. With the phone
closed, hold down to turn on the backlight.
In Menu mode, scrolls through the menu
options.
In Idle mode, hold down to turn on the
camera.
(on the right) In Camera mode, takes a photo or starts
recording a video.
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Get started
Display
Layout
The display has the three areas.
Icons
displays various icons.
Text and graphics
displays messages,
instructions, and
information you enter.
Menu Contacts
Icons
Soft key function
indicators
shows the current
functions assigned to the
two soft keys.
Received signal strength
Call in progress
Out of your service area; you
cannot send or receive calls
Alarm set
New e-mail received or being sent
(continued)
One of the message Inboxes is full
Call diverting feature is active
page 78
IrDA port is activepage 83
Bluetooth feature is active
page 80
Synchronised with a PC
GPRS network
Home Zone, if you have
registered for the appropriate
service
Office Zone, if you have
registered for the appropriate
service
Set to vibrate call ringer
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New text message
Quiet mode is activepage 77
New voicemail message
Battery power level
New multimedia message
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Icons
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Access menu functions
Use the soft
keys
Menu
Press the left soft
key to access
Menu mode.
Select an
option
1. Press the appropriate soft key.
2. Press the Navigation keys to
move to the next or previous
option.
Get started
The roles of the soft keys vary
depending on the function you are
using. The bottom line of the
display indicates their current role.
3. Press <Select> or [
] to
confirm the function displayed or
option highlighted.
Contacts
4. To exit, choose either of the
following methods:
• Press <Back> or [C] to
move up one level.
• Press [
] to return to Idle
mode.
Press the right soft
key to access
Contact list in the
Phonebook menu.
Use shortcuts
Press the number key
corresponding to the option you
want.
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Get started
Customise your phone
Display
language
1. In Idle mode, press <Menu>
and select Settings → Phone
settings → Language.
Idle mode
Wallpaper
1. In Idle mode, press <Menu>
and select Settings → Display
settings → Wallpaper.
2. Select a language.
Call ringer
melody
1. In Idle mode, press <Menu>
and select Settings → Sound
settings → Incoming call →
Ring tone.
2. Press [Left] or [Right] to select
a ringer category.
2. Select an image category.
3. Press scroll keys to select an
image.
Menu mode
Skin colour
You can change the colour for the
display components, such as title
bars and highlight bars.
1. In Idle mode, press <Menu>
and select Settings → Display
settings → Skin.
3. Press [Up] or [Down] to select a
ringer melody.
4. Press Save.
2. Select a colour pattern.
Quiet mode
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You can set a wallpaper for the idle
screen.
You can switch the phone to Quite
mode to avoid disturbing other
people with your phone sounds.
Press and hold [ ] in Idle mode.
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Phone lock
You can protect the phone against
unauthorised use with a phone
password.
Make/answer calls
Make a call
2. Enter the default password,
“00000000” and press <OK>.
2. Press [
5. Select Phone lock.
Adjust the
volume during
a call
].
1. When the phone is ringing,
press [ ].
2. To end the call, press [
3. Enter a new 4- to 8- digit
password and press <OK>.
4. Enter the new password again
and press <OK>.
].
3. To end the call, press [
Answer a call
Get started
1. In Idle mode, press <Menu>
and select Settings →
Security → Change
password.
1. Enter an area code and phone
number.
].
Press [ / ].
6. Select Enable.
7. Enter the password and press
<OK>.
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Step outside the phone
Begin with your camera, music, games, and other special
features
Record a video
2. Press [1] to switch to Record
mode.
Use camera
Take a photo
3. Press [
2. In Idle mode, press and hold
[ ] to turn on the camera.
4. Press [ ] to take a photo. The
photo is saved automatically.
5. Press [C] to take another
photo.
1. In Idle mode, press [
select Photos.
] and
2. Select the photo you want.
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] to start recording.
4. Press [ ] to stop recording.
The video is saved
automatically.
1. Open the phone.
5. Press [C] to record another
video.
3. Aim the lens at the subject and
adjust the image.
View a photo
1. In Idle mode, press and hold
[ ] to turn on the camera.
Play a video
1. In Idle mode, press [
select Video clips.
] and
2. Select the thumbnail image of
the video you want.
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Play MP3s
Use these methods:
• Download from the wireless
webpage 42
• Download from a computer
using Samsung PC Studio II
Samsung PC Studio II User’s
Guide
• Receive via IrDA or Bluetooth
page 80
Create a play
list
1. In Idle mode, press <Menu>
and select Applications →
MP3 player.
2. Press <Options> and select
Add to list → Add all or Add a
file.
Play MP3 music
Options
Back
1. From the MP3 player screen,
press [
].
2. During playback, use the
following onscreen keys:
•
pauses playback.
•
resumes.
•
goes back to the
previous file.
•
skips to the next file.
•
/
/
changes
the repeat mode.
•
stops playback.
To select a key, press [Left] or
[Right], then press [
].
Step outside the phone
Copy MP3 files
to the phone
To adjust the volume, use [ /
].
3. For Add a file, scroll to a file
and press <Add>. Repeat from
step 2.
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Step outside the phone
Play games
Select a game
Browse WAP
1. In Idle mode, press <Menu>
and select Applications →
Java world → Downloads →
the game to play.
Launch the
browser
In Idle mode, press [
2. Press any key once or twice to
launch the game.
Navigate the
web
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•
•
•
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].
To scroll through browser items,
press [Up] or [Down].
To select an item, press <
>.
To return to the previous page,
press <Back> or [C].
To return to the home page,
hold down [C].
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Use Phonebook
Find an entry
Add an entry
To the phone’s memory
2. Select an entry.
3. Select a number and press [ ]
to dial, or <Options> to access
options.
2. Select Phone → a number type.
4. Press [
] to save the entry.
To the SIM card
1. In Idle mode, enter a phone
number and press <Save>.
2. Select SIM.
3. Enter a name.
4. Press [
] to save the entry.
Step outside the phone
1. In Idle mode, enter a phone
number and press <Save>.
3. Specify the contact information:
Last name, First name, Mobile,
Home, Office, Fax, Other, Email, Graphic ID, Alert, Group,
and Notes.
1. In Idle mode, press
<Contacts>.
Create and
send a name
card
1. In Idle mode, press <Menu>
and select Phonebook → My
name card.
2. Specify your contact
information.
3. Press <Save> to save the
name card.
4. To send the name card to other
people, press <Options> and
select Send → via SMS/MMS/
Email/Bluetooth/infrared.
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Step outside the phone
Send messages
5. Add a media file.
6. Select Message.
7. Enter the message text and
press <Options> and select
Done.
8. Press <Options> and select
Send.
9. Enter destination numbers or
e-mail addresses.
10. Press <Options> and select
Send.
1. In Idle mode, press <Menu>
Send a text
and select Messages → Short
message (SMS)
messages → Create.
2. Enter the message text.
3. Press <Options> and select
Send and save or Send only.
4. Enter destination numbers.
5. Press <Options> and select
Send.
Send a
multimedia
message
(MMS)
1. In Idle mode, press <Menu>
and select Messages →
Multimedia messages →
Create.
2. Select Subject.
3. Enter the message subject and
press <Options> and select
Save.
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4. Select Picture & Video or
Sound.
Send an e-mail
1. In Idle mode, press <Menu>
and select Messages → Email
→ Create.
2. Select Subject.
3. Enter the e-mail subject and
press <Options> and select
Save.
4. Select Message.
5. Enter the e-mail text and press
<Options> and select Save.
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6. Select File Attach.
7. Add image, video, music, or
sound files.
View a
multimedia
message
1. Press <View>.
2. Press <Options> and select
Retrieve. The message
displays.
9. Enter e-mail addresses.
From the Inbox:
10. Press <Options> and select
Send.
1. In Idle mode, press <Menu>
and select Messages →
Multimedia messages →
Inbox.
When a notification appears:
Press <View>. The message
displays.
From the Inbox:
1. In Idle mode, press <Menu>
and select Messages → Short
messages → Inbox.
2. Select a message.
Step outside the phone
8. Press <Options> and select
Send.
View messages
View a text
message
When a notification appears:
2. Select a message.
View an e-mail
1. In Idle mode, press <Menu>
and select Messages → Email
→ Inbox.
2. Select Check new mail.
3. Select an e-mail or header.
4. If you selected a header, press
<Options> and select
Retrieve.
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Step outside the phone
Use Bluetooth wireless
Your phone is equipped with Bluetooth technology
which enables you to connect the phone wirelessly to
other Bluetooth devices and exchange data with them,
talk hands-free, or control the phone remotely.
Turn on
Bluetooth
In Idle mode, press <Menu> and
select Settings → Connectivity →
Bluetooth → Activation → On.
Search for and
pair with a
Bluetooth
device
1. In Idle mode, press <Menu>
and select Settings →
Connectivity → Bluetooth →
My devices → Search new
device.
2. Select a device.
3. Enter a Bluetooth PIN code or
the other device’s Bluetooth PIN
code, if it has one, and press
<OK>. When the owner of the
other device enters the same
code, the pairing is complete.
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Send data
1. Access an application,
Phonebook, Funbox,
Camera, or Organiser.
2. Select the item you want to
send.
3. Press <Options> and select
Send → via Bluetooth.
4. Select a device.
5. If necessary, enter the
Bluetooth PIN and press <OK>.
Receive data
To receive data via Bluetooth, your
phone’s Bluetooth feature must be
active.
If necessary, press <Yes> to
confirm the reception.
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Using ABC mode
Enter text
ABC, T9, Number, and Symbol modes
You can enter text for some features such as
messaging, Phonebook, or Organiser, using ABC
mode, T9 mode, Number mode, and Symbol mode.
Press the appropriate key until the character you want
appears on the screen.
Characters in order displayed
Key
Upper case
. ,
Changing the text input mode
2
A B C 2
a b c 2
The text input mode indicator displays when the
cursor is in a text field.
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D E F 3
d e
f 3
4
G H I 4
g h
i 4
5
J K L 5
6
M N O 6
m n o 6
7
P Q R S 7
p q
8
T U V 8
t
9
W X Y Z 9
w x y z 9
0
0
Press the right soft key to change the input mode.
Example: Writing a text message
ABC mode
T9 mode
Number mode
Symbol mode
Options
Text input mode
indicator
- ? ! ’
Lower case
1
@ : 1
j
k l 5
r s 7
u v 8
Tips for using ABC mode
• To enter the same letter twice or to enter a
different letter on the same key, wait for the cursor
to move to the right automatically or press [Right].
Then, enter the next letter.
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Enter text
•
•
•
•
Press [ ] to insert a space.
Press [ ] to change case. Lower case (No
indicator), Initial capital ( ), and Capital lock ( )
are available.
Press [Left] or [Right] to move the cursor.
Press [C] to delete characters one by one. Press
and hold [C] to clear the display.
Using T9 mode
T9 is a predictive text input mode that allows you to
key in any character using single keystrokes.
Entering a word in T9 mode
1. Press [2] to [9] to start entering a word. Press
each key once for each letter.
For example, press [4], [3], [5], [5], and [6] to
enter HELLO in T9 mode.
T9 predicts the word that you are typing, and it
may change with each key that you press.
2. Enter the whole word before editing or deleting
characters.
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3. When the word displays correctly, go to step 4.
Otherwise, press [0] to display alternative word
choices for the keys that you have pressed.
For example, OF and ME use [6] and [3].
Depending on your country, the [0] may be not
available for scrolling alternative word choice.
4. Press [ ] to insert a space and enter the next
word.
Tips for using T9 mode
• Press [1] to enter periods or apostrophes
automatically.
• Press [ ] to change case. Lower case (No
indicator), Initial capital ( ), and Capital lock ( )
are available.
• Press [Left] or [Right] to move the cursor.
• Press [C] to delete characters one by one. Press
and hold [C] to clear the display.
Adding a new word to the T9 dictionary
This feature may not be available for some languages.
1. Enter the word that you want to add.
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2. Press [0] to display alternative words for your key
presses. When there are no more alternative
words, Spell displays on the bottom line.
3. Press <Spell>.
4. Enter the word you want using ABC mode and
press <OK>.
Using Number mode
Number mode enables you to enter numbers.
Press the keys corresponding to the digits you want.
Using Symbol mode
Symbol mode enables you to insert symbols.
To
Press
display more symbols
[Up] or [Down].
select a symbol
the corresponding
number key.
clear the symbol(s)
[C].
insert the symbol(s)
<OK>.
Call functions
Advanced calling features
Making a call
1. In Idle mode, enter the area code and phone
number.
2. Press [ ].
Press [C] to clear the last digit or press and hold [C]
to clear the whole display. You can move the cursor
to edit an incorrect digit.
Making an international call
1. In Idle mode, press and hold [0]. The + character
appears.
2. Enter the country code, area code, and phone
number, then press [ ].
Redialling recent numbers
1. In Idle mode, press [ ] to display the list of
recent numbers.
2. Scroll to the number you want and press [ ].
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Call functions
Making a call from Phonebook
Once you have stored a number in Phonebook, you
can dial the number by selecting it from
Phonebook.p. 30
You can also use the speed dial feature to assign your
most frequently called numbers to specific number
keys. p. 32
Dialling a number from the SIM card
1. In Idle mode, enter the location number for the
phone number you want and press [ ].
2. Press [Left] or [Right] to scroll through other
numbers.
3. Press <Dial> or [ ] to dial the number you want.
Ending a call
Close the phone or press [
When you receive an incoming call, the phone rings
and displays the incoming call image.
Press [
Viewing missed calls
If you have missed calls, the screen displays how
many calls you have missed.
1. Press <View>.
2. If necessary, scroll through the missed calls.
3. Press [ ] to dial the number you want.
Using the headset
].
Answering a call
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Tips for answering a call
• When Anykey answer in the Extra settings
menu is active, you can press any key to answer a
call, except for [ ] and <Reject>.p. 76
• Press <Reject> or [ ] to reject a call.
• Press and hold [ / ] to mute the ringer.
] or <Accept> to answer the call.
Use the headset to make or answer calls without
holding the phone.
Connect the headset to the jack on the right side of
the phone.
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The buttons on the headset work as listed below:
Options during a call
Press
You can access a number of functions during a call.
redial the last call
the button once and then
hold it again.
Adjusting the volume during a call
answer a call
and hold the button.
end a call
and hold the button.
Using the external speaker
Use the external speaker that came with your phone
to talk and listen with the phone a short distance
away. First, you must plug the speaker into the phone.
1. During a call, press [
] to listen and talk to the
other person hands-free. The
icon appears.
2. Press [
] again to return to normal phone mode.
The
icon appears.
Call functions
To
Use [ / ] to adjust the earpiece volume during a call.
Press [ ] to increase the volume level and [ ] to
decrease the volume level.
Placing a call on hold/Retrieving
Press <Hold> or <Retrieve> to place the call on hold
or retrieve the call.
Making a second call
You can make another call if your network supports it.
1. Press <Hold> to put the call on hold.
2. Make the second call in the normal way.
3. Press <Swap> to switch between the calls.
4. Press <Options> and select End held call to end
the call on hold.
5. To end the current call, press [ ].
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Call functions
Answering a second call
Using the voice clarity feature
You can answer an incoming call while already on the
phone, if your network supports it and you have
activated the call waiting feature.p. 79
1. Press [ ] to answer the call. The first call is
automatically put on hold.
2. Press <Swap> to switch between the calls.
3. Press <Options> and select End held call to end
the call on hold.
4. To end the current call, press [ ].
This feature removes extraneous noise and increases
call quality so that the person with whom you are
speaking can hear you clearly even if you are in a
noisy place.
Using a Bluetooth headset
Press <Options> and select Voice clarity on or
Voice clarity off.
Switching off the microphone (Mute mode)
You can temporarily switch off your phone’s
microphone so that the person on the phone cannot
hear you.
Use an optional Bluetooth headset to talk on the
phone without holding the phone to your ear. To use
this feature, you first need to register your headset
and connect it to the phone.p. 80
Press <Options> and select Mute or Unmute.
Press <Options> and select Switch to headset or
Switch to phone.
Press <Options> and select Mute keys or Send
keys.
Muting or sending key tones
You can turn the key tones off or on.
To communicate with answering machines or
computerised telephone systems, Send keys must
be selected.
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Using SIM services
You can access the Phonebook menu to locate or
store entries.p. 30
The SIM service menu is available if you use a SIM
card in your phone. A SIM card provides services such
as news, weather, sports, entertainment, and location
services.
Press <Options> and select Phonebook.
Sending a sequence of DTMF tones
Dual tone multi-frequency (DTMF) tones are the tones
used in phones for tone dialling.
You can send DTMF tones as a group after entering the
entire number you need to send or retrieving a
number from Phonebook. This feature is helpful for
entering a password or an account number when you
call an automated system, like a banking service.
1. When connected with a teleservice system, press
<Options> and select Send DTMF.
2. Enter the number you need to send and press
<OK>.
Using the message service
You can access the Messages menu to read an
incoming message and send a new message.p. 45
Press <Options> and select Message.
Call functions
Using Phonebook
For details, see your SIM card instructions or contact
your service provider.
Making a multi-party call
Use this feature to allow as many as six people to join
a multi-party call, or conference call.
Your service provider must support multi-party calls
for you to use this feature.
Setting up a multi-party call
1. Call the first participant.
2. Call the second participant. The first call is
automatically put on hold.
3. Press <Options> and select Join. The first
participant is added to the multi-party call.
4. If desired, call another person or answer an
incoming call.
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5. Press <Options> and select Join.
6. Repeat steps 4 and 5 as desired.
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Menu functions
Having a private conversation with one
participant
1. Press <Options> and select Split.
2. Select a name or number from the participant list.
You can talk privately with that person, while the
other participants converse with each other.
3. To return to the multi-party call, press <Options>
and select Join.
All menu options listed
Dropping one participant
1. Press <Options> and select Remove.
2. Select a name or number from the participant list.
The participant is dropped from the call, but the
call continues with the other parties.
3. Close the phone or press [ ] to end the multiparty call.
All calls (Menu 1.1)
Call records
(Menu 1)
Use this menu to view the calls you have dialled,
received, or missed, the length of your calls, and the
cost of your calls.
To access this menu, press <Menu> in Idle mode and
select Call records.
This menu displays the 20 most recent calls dialled,
received, or missed.
Accessing a call record
1. Press [Left] or [Right] to select a call type.
2. Press [Up] or [Down] to scroll through the call list.
3. Press [ ] to dial a number, or [
] to view the
details of a call.
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Using call record options
While viewing the call list, press <Options> to access
the following options:
• Details: view the details of the selected call.
• Call back: dial the number.
• Paste: save the number in Phonebook.
• Send message: send an SMS or MMS message.
• Delete: delete the selected call record.
• Delete all: delete all dialled, received, and missed
call records.
Missed calls (Menu 1.4)
Dialled calls (Menu 1.2)
Call time (Menu 1.6)
This menu displays the 20 most recent calls you have
dialled.
This menu displays the time log for calls made and
received. The actual time invoiced by your service
provider will vary.
• Last call time: check the length of your last call.
• Total sent: check the total length of all the calls
you have dialled.
• Total received: check the total length of all the
you have calls received.
Use this menu to delete all of the records in each call
type.
1. Press [
] to check the call type(s) to clear.
2. Press <Delete>.
3. Press <Yes> to confirm the deletion.
Call records (Menu 1)
This menu displays the 20 most recent calls you have
received.
Delete all (Menu 1.5)
Menu functions
Received calls (Menu 1.3)
This menu displays the 20 most recently received calls
that you did not answer.
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Menu functions
•
Reset timers: reset the call timers. You need to
enter the phone password.
The password is preset to 00000000. You can
change this password.p. 84
Call costs (Menu 1.7)
This network feature displays the cost of calls. This
menu is available only if your SIM card supports this
feature. Note that this is not intended to be used for
billing purposes.
• Last call cost: check the cost of your last call.
• Total cost: check the total cost of all of your calls.
If the total cost exceeds the maximum cost set in
Set max cost, you must reset the counter before
you can make another call.
• Max cost: check the maximum cost limit set in
Set max cost.
• Reset counters: reset the cost counters. You
need to enter your PIN2.
• Set max cost: set the maximum cost authorised
for your calls. You need to enter your PIN2.
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•
Price/Unit: set the price per unit that is applied
when the cost of your calls is calculated. You need
to enter your PIN2.
Phonebook
(Menu 2)
You can store phone numbers on your SIM card and in
your phone’s memory. The SIM card and phone’s
memory are physically separate, but they are used as
a single entity called Phonebook.
To access this menu, press <Menu> in Idle mode and
select Phonebook.
Contact list (Menu 2.1)
Use this menu to search for numbers in Phonebook.
Press <Contacts> in Idle mode to quickly access
this menu.
Finding an entry
1. Enter the first few letters of the name that you
want to find.
2. Select the name you want from the list.
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3. Press [ ] to dial the number, or <Options> to
access Phonebook options.
Use this menu to add a new contact to Phonebook.
Storing a number in the phone’s memory
1. Select Phone.
2. Press [Down] and change the settings or enter
information about the contact.
Phonebook (Menu 2)
Add new contact (Menu 2.2)
Last name/First name: assign a name.
Mobile/Home/Office/Fax/Other: add a
number in any category.
• Email: assign an e-mail address.
• Graphic ID: assign an image as a caller ID
image to alert you to a call from the number.
• Alert: assign a unique ringer melody to alert
you to a call from the number.
• Group: assign the number to a caller group.
• Notes: add a memo about the person.
3. Press [
] to save the contact.
Menu functions
Using Phonebook options
While viewing a contact in Phonebook, press
<Options> to access the following options:
• Edit: edit the contact information.
• Send message: send an SMS, MMS, or e-mail
message.
• Copy: copy the number to the phone’s memory or
SIM card.
• Send: send the contact via SMS, MMS, e-mail,
Bluetooth, or infrared port.
• Delete: delete the contact.
•
•
Storing a number on the SIM card
1. Select SIM and enter a name.
2. Press [Down] and enter a phone number.
3. If necessary, press [Down] and change the location
number.
4. Press [
] to save the contact.
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Menu functions
Group (Menu 2.3)
Use this menu to organise your contacts in caller
groups.
Creating a new caller group
1. Press <Options> and select Add.
2. Enter a name for your group.
3. Select the graphic ID line and select an image.
4. Select the alert line and select a melody.
5. Press <Save> to save the group.
Adding members to a caller group
1. Select a group.
2. Press [
] to open the Contact list screen.
3. Select the contact you want to add to the group.
4. To add more members, press <Options> and
select Add → a contact.
5. Repeat step 4 as desired.
Managing caller groups
From the group list, press <Options> to access the
following options:
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•
•
•
•
View: display the members of the selected group.
Add: add a new group.
Edit: change the properties of the selected group.
Delete: delete the group, but the members of the
group are not deleted from Phonebook.
Speed dial (Menu 2.4)
Use this menu to assign speed dial numbers (2 to 9)
for eight of your most frequently called numbers.
Assigning speed dial entries
1. Select a key location from 2 to 9. Key 1 is reserved
for your voice mail server.
2. Select the contact you want from the contact list.
Managing speed dial entries
While viewing the Speed dial screen, press
<Options> to access the following options:
• Add: assign a number to an unassigned key.
• Change: assign a different number to an assigned
key.
• Remove: clear all speed dial settings.
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Dialling speed dial entries
Press and hold the appropriate key in Idle mode.
My name card (Menu 2.5)
Using name card options
After saving your name card, press <Options> to
access the following options:
• Edit: edit the name card.
• Send: send the name card via SMS, MMS, e-mail,
Bluetooth, or infrared port.
• Exchange name card: exchange the name card
with another person’s name card via the Bluetooth
feature.
• Delete: delete the name card.
Changes made here do not affect the actual subscriber
numbers on your SIM card.
Management (Menu 2.7)
Use this menu to manage Phonebook.
• Default saving: select a default memory location
to save contacts.
If you select Ask on saving, the phone will ask
you to select a memory location when saving a
number.
• Copy all to phone: copy all of the contacts stored
on the SIM card to the phone’s memory.
• Delete all: delete all of the contacts from your
phone’s memory, your SIM card, or both.
1. Press [
] to check the location(s) to clear.
2. Press <Delete>.
3. Press <Yes> to confirm the deletion.
Phonebook (Menu 2)
Saving your name card
The procedure for creating your name card is the
same as the one for saving a number in the phone’s
memory.p. 31
Use this feature to check your phone numbers, or to
assign a name to each of the numbers.
Menu functions
Use this menu to create a name card and send it to
other people.
Own number (Menu 2.6)
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Menu functions
4. Enter the phone password and press <OK>.
The password is preset to 00000000. You can
change this password.p. 84
•
Memory status: display the number of contacts
you have stored in Phonebook.
Service number (Menu 2.8)
This menu is available if your SIM card supports
Service Dialling Numbers (SDN). Use this menu to
view the list of SDNs assigned by your service
provider, including emergency numbers, directory
enquiries, and voice mail numbers.
Scroll to the number you want and press <Dial> or
[ ].
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Applications
(Menu 3)
Use this menu to play Java games, to play MP3 music
files, to record a voice memo, to set time zones and
alarms, or to use the phone as a calculator, timer, or
stopwatch.
To access this menu, press <Menu> in Idle mode and
select Applications.
Java world (Menu 3.1)
Use this menu to access and play Java games and to
change the network settings required for accessing
Java services.
Using Java game options
From the Java world screen, select Downloads and
press <Options> to access the following options:
• Launch: launch the selected MIDlet.
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•
•
Proxy: select whether or not you use a proxy
server to access network services. Depending
on this setting, options in Proxy settings vary.
Proxy settings: provide you with the following
options:
When the proxy is set to Enable:
IP address: enter the HTTP proxy address.
Port: enter the port number.
When the proxy is set to Disable:
DNS1: Enter the primary DNS address.
DNS2: Enter the secondary DNS address.
Checking memory status
You can view the amount of total and used memory for
Java games.
From the Java world menu, select Memory status.
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Applications (Menu 3)
Changing Java settings
You can change the settings for accessing Java
services.
1. From the Java world menu, select Settings.
2. Change the following settings:
• APN: enter the access point name.
• Login ID: enter the User ID.
• Password: enter the password.
•
Menu functions
•
•
Application settings: set a game to be continued
when a call comes in or an alarm sounds during
the game. You can also set the phone to exchange
game information with the network while playing
an online game or when you need to connect to
the Internet.
Delete: delete the MIDlet.
Properties: view the MIDlet properties.
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Menu functions
MP3 Player (Menu 3.2)
Use this menu to enjoy music. First, you need to save
MP3 files in your phone’s memory.
Downloading or receiving MP3 music files
Use these methods to save MP3 files to your phone:
• Download from the wireless webp. 42
• Download from a computer using the Samsung PC
Studio II programmeSamsung PC Studio II
User’s Guide
• Via an active IrDA or Bluetooth connection
p. 80
The downloaded or received files are stored in the
Music folder.p. 61
Creating a play list
Add the MP3 files to the play list so you can play them.
1. From the MP3 player screen, press <Options>
and select Add to list.
2. Select either of the following options:
• Add all: add all of the files in the phone’s
memory to the play list.
• Add a file: add one file to the play list.
3. If you selected Add a file, scroll to a file and press
<Add>. Repeat from step 1.
4. Press <Back> to go back to the MP3 player
screen.
Playing MP3 files
From the MP3 player screen, press [
].
During playback:
• Use the following buttons on the display:
Buttons
Function
Pauses
Resumes
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Buttons
Function
•
Stops
Returns to the previous file
Changes the repeat mode
To select a button, press [Left] or [Right] to
highlight it and press [
].
Press [ / ] to adjust the volume.
Press <Stop> to stop playback.
Using MP3 file options
From the MP3 player screen, press <Options> to
access the following options:
• Play/Pause: begin/pause playback.
• Send: send the currently selected file via e-mail,
Bluetooth, or infrared port.
• Open play list: go to the play list.
• Set as: set the file as your ring tone or as a caller
alert melody for a Phonebook entry.
• Delete: delete the file.
•
Changing the play list
1. From the MP3 player screen, press <Options>
and select Open play list to access the play list.
2. Press <Options> to access the following options:
• Play: play the currently selected file.
• Add to list: add files to the play list.
• Move list: move the selected file to the
position you want within the play list.
• Remove: remove the file from the play list.
• Remove all: remove all files from the play list.
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Applications (Menu 3)
•
•
/
Menu functions
Skips to the next file
/
Settings: change the default settings for playing
MP3 files.
Repeat: select a repeat mode.
Shuffle: select a playing order.
Volume: select a volume level.
Lock volume key: lock [ / ] so that you can
prevent an accidental press of the keys from
affecting playback.
Equalizer value: select an equalizer setting.
Properties: view the properties of the file.
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Menu functions
Voice recorder (Menu 3.3)
Use this menu to record voice memos. A voice memo
can be up to one hour long.
Recording a voice memo
1. Press [
] to start recording.
2. Speak into the microphone.
• Select
to pause the recording.
• Select
to resume the recording.
3. When you finish, press <Stop> or select
. The
voice memo is automatically saved.
4. Press <Options> to access the following options:
• Play: play back your voice memo.
• Send: send the voice memo via MMS, e-mail,
Bluetooth, or infrared port.
• Rename: change the name of the voice memo.
• Delete: delete the voice memo.
• Protection: protect the voice memo from
being deleted.
• Properties: view the properties of the voice
mail.
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Playing a voice memo
1. From the Voice record screen, press <Options>
and select Go to voice list.
2. Select a voice memo. The memo plays.
During playback:
• Use the following buttons on the display.
Buttons
Function
Pauses
Resumes
Stops
•
•
To select a button, press [Left] or [Right] to
highlight it and press [
].
Press [ / ] to adjust the volume.
Press <Stop> to stop playback.
Using voice memo options
From the Voice record screen, press <Options> to
access the following options:
• Record: record a new voice memo.
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•
Use this menu to set your local time zone and find out
what time it is in another part of the world.
Setting your local time zone
1. From the world map, press [Left] or [Right] to
select the city that corresponds to your home time
zone. As the time line moves, the time and date of
the given zone display.
2. Press [
] to save the time zone.
Applying Daylight Savings Time
1. From the world map, press <Options> and select
Set daylight saving time.
2. Press [
] to check the time zone(s) you want.
3. Press <Save>.
Applications (Menu 3)
World time (Menu 3.4)
Viewing and setting a foreign time zone
1. From the world map, press [Down].
2. Press [Left] or [Right] to select the foreign time
zone you want to view.
3. Press [
] to save the time zone.
Menu functions
•
Settings: change the default settings for
recording a voice memo.
Recording time: select a recording time.
Volume: select a volume level.
Default name: change the default prefix of the
voice memo.
Equalizer value: select an equalizer setting.
Go to voice list: go to the list of voice memos you
have recorded.
Alarm (Menu 3.5)
Use this menu to set alarms to ring at a specific time.
Setting an alarm
1. Select the type of alarm.
2. Press [Left] or [Right] to select On on the Alarm
line and press [Down].
3. Enter the time for the alarm to sound and press
[Down].
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Menu functions
4. Select AM or PM in 12-hour time format.
Your phone is preset to a 24-hour format. You
can change the time format.p. 74
5.
6.
7.
8.
Select the Alarm day line.
Press [
] to check the day(s) for the alarm.
Press <OK>.
Select the Alarm tone line and select an alarm
melody.
9. Press <Save> and then <Yes>.
Stopping an alarm
When the alarm sounds, choose either of the following
options to stop the alarm:
• Press <OK>.
• Press <Snooze> or any key to stop the alarm for
5 minutes. You can do this a maximum of 5 times.
Setting the alarm to ring even if the phone is
off
From the Alarm screen, select Auto power → On.
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If the phone is off when it is time for the alarm to ring,
the phone switches on and sounds the alarm.
Calculator (Menu 3.6)
Use this menu to perform basic arithmetic functions
such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, and
division.
1. Enter the first number.
Press [ ] to insert a decimal point.
2. Press [ ] to access the math function you want.
3. Enter the second number.
4. Press <Equal> to view the result.
Converter (Menu 3.7)
Use this menu for common conversions, such as
temperature.
1. Select the converter type you want.
2. Press [Left] or [Right] to select the original unit
and press [Down].
3. Enter the value to be converted and press [Down].
• Press [ ] to insert a decimal point.
• Press [ ] to change the temperature to above
zero (+) or below zero (-).
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4. Press [Left] or [Right] to select the unit you want
to convert to.
The equivalent value for the amount you entered
displays.
Use this menu to set a period of time for the phone to
count down. The phone will sound an alarm when the
specified period of time has expired.
Stopping the timer
• Press any key to stop the timer when it rings.
• Press [
] on the Timer screen to stop the timer
before it rings.
SIM-AT (Menu 3.10)
This menu is available if you use a SIM-AT card that
provides additional services, such as news, weather,
sports, entertainment, and location services. Available
services may vary, depending on your service
provider’s plans.
Applications (Menu 3)
Starting the timer
1. Press <Set>.
2. Enter the length of time you want to count down.
3. Press [
] to start counting down.
Use this menu to measure elapsed time. The precision
of the stopwatch is one one-hundredth of a second.
The maximum measurement time is 10 hours.
1. Press [
] to start the timer.
2. Press [
] to check an interval. You can repeat
this step for a total of 4 intervals.
Menu functions
Timer (Menu 3.8)
Stopwatch (Menu 3.9)
For details, see your SIM card instructions or contact
your service provider.
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Menu functions
Browser
(Menu 4)
The Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) browser on
your phone allows you to access the wireless web.
Using the WAP browser, you can access updated
information and a wide variety of media content, such
as wallpapers, ring tones, and music files.
To access this menu, press <Menu> in Idle mode and
select Browser.
Home (Menu 4.1)
Use this menu to connect your phone to the network
and load the homepage of the wireless web service
provider. You can also press [
] in Idle mode.
Navigating with the WAP browser
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To
Press
scroll through browser items
[Up] or [Down].
select a browser item
<
return to the previous page
<Back> or [C].
return to the homepage
and hold [C].
>.
Selecting and using browser menu options
1. Press <Menu> and select Menu. Or select the
on the top of the screen.
2. Select one of the following browser options:
• Back: go back to the previous page.
• Home: go back to the homepage.
• Exit: exit the WAP browser.
• Reload: reload the current page.
• Show URL: display the URL address of the
current web page. You can also set the current
page as the homepage for the WAP browser.
• About...: view version information for your
WAP browser.
Using WAP page options
From any WAP page, press [ ] to access the following
options:
• Go to URL: enter a URL address manually.
• Bookmarks: switch to the Bookmarks menu.
Menu 4.2
• Messages: check the Inbox, Outbox, and Draft
box in the Short messages menu. You can also
create and send a new SMS message.p. 45
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•
Funbox: switch to the Funbox menu.p. 60
Exiting the WAP browser
Press [ ] to exit the browser.
Delete: delete the bookmark.
Go to URL (Menu 4.3)
Use this menu to save URL addresses to quickly access
a website.
].
Using bookmark options
After saving an item, press <Options> to access the
following options:
• Go: access the website.
• Edit: edit the address and name of the bookmark.
Clear cache (Menu 4.4)
Use this menu to clear the cache, which is the
temporary memory that stores the web pages you
have recently accessed.
Browser (Menu 4)
Adding a bookmark
1. Select an empty location.
2. Enter a name for the bookmark and press [Down].
3. Enter a URL address.
4. Press [
] to save the bookmark.
Menu functions
Use this menu to manually enter the URL address of a
website and access the website.
Bookmarks (Menu 4.2)
Accessing a bookmarked page
Scroll to a bookmark item and press [
•
Profile settings (Menu 4.5)
Use this menu to set up servers for the WAP browser.
Contact your service provider for details about your
settings options.
For each server, the following options are available:
• Profile name: assign a name to the server profile.
• Home URL: set the address of your homepage.
• Bearer: select a bearer for each type of network
address accessed.
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Menu functions
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Proxy: select whether or not the phone uses a
proxy server to launch the WAP browser. Your
service provider can tell you if your network
requires a proxy server, and they can give you the
appropriate settings.
GPRS settings: customise the following GPRS
network settings:
When the proxy is set to Enable:
IP address: enter the WAP gateway address.
Port: enter the port number.
APN: enter the access point name of the GPRS
network gateway.
Login ID: enter the User ID.
Password: enter the password.
When the proxy is set to Disable:
DNS 1: enter the primary address.
DNS 2: enter the secondary address.
APN: enter the access point name of the GPRS
network gateway.
Login ID: enter the user ID.
Password: enter the password.
•
GSM settings: customise the following GSM
network settings:
When the proxy is set to Enable:
IP address: enter the WAP gateway address.
Port: enter the port number.
Dial number: enter the PPP server phone number.
Login ID: enter the user ID.
Password: enter the password.
Data call type: select a data call type.
When the proxy is set to Disable:
DNS 1: enter the primary address.
DNS 2: enter the secondary address.
Dial number: enter the PPP server phone number.
Login ID: enter the user ID.
Password: enter the password.
Data call type: select a data call type.
Current proxy (Menu 4.6)
Use this menu to activate one of the proxy servers you
have set up.
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Messages
(Menu 5)
To access this menu, press <Menu> in Idle mode and
select Messages.
Short messages (Menu 5.1)
The maximum number of characters allowed in a
short message varies by service provider. If your
message exceeds the maximum number of
characters, the phone will split the message.
Creating an SMS message
1. From the Short messages menu, select Create.
2. Enter your message.
You can enter up to 160 standard characters, or
approximately 70 Unicode characters, such as ‘â’.
Messages (Menu 5)
Short Message Service (SMS) allows you to send or
receive text messages including pictures, audio clips,
and animated images.
Menu functions
Use the Messages menu to send and receive short
messages, multimedia messages, and e-mails. You
can also use WAP push message, Voice mail, and Cell
broadcast message features.
3. Press <Options> to access the following options:
• Text style: change the text attributes.
• Add media: add a picture, animated image, or
a melody to the message.
• Text template: retrieve a text template.
• Save message: save the message in the
Draft box.
• Language select: change the language used
in T9 input mode.
4. When you finish, press <Options> and select
Send and save or Send only.
5. Enter a destination number.
To send the message to more than one recipient,
press [Down] and fill in the destination fields.
6. Press <Options> and select Send.
Viewing received SMS messages
1. From the Short messages menu, select Inbox.
2. Select a message.
While viewing the message list, press <Options> to
access the following options:
• View: display the message.
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Menu functions
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Reply: reply to the sender.
Send: forward the message.
Delete: delete the message.
Delete all: delete all messages.
Call back: call the sender.
Block number: add the sender’s number to the
Blocked number list.
While viewing a message, press <Options> to access
the following options:
• Reply: reply to the sender.
• Send: forward the message.
• Call back: call the sender.
• Edit: edit the message.
• Delete: delete the message.
• Cut media: save media items from the message
to your phone’s memory.
• Cut address: extract URLs, e-mail addresses, or
phone numbers from the message.
• Transfer: move the message between the SIM
card and the phone’s memory.
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•
Block number: add the sender’s number to the
Blocked number list.
Protection: protect the message from being
deleted.
Viewing sent or saved SMS messages
1. From the Short messages menu, select Outbox
or Draft.
2. Select a message.
While viewing the message list, press <Options> to
access the following options:
• View: open the message.
• Send: send or resend the message.
• Edit: edit the message.
• Delete: delete the message.
• Delete all: delete all messages.
While viewing a message, press <Options> to access
the following options:
• Send: send or resend the message.
• Edit: edit the message.
• Delete: delete the message.
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Validity period: set the length of time your
messages are stored in the message centre
while the network attempts to deliver them.
Message type: set the default message type.
Service centre: store or change the number
of your message centre.
Setting up the Blocked number list
Use the Blocked number list to reject SMS messages
from specific phone numbers.
1. From the Short messages menu, select Block
number.
2. Enter the phone number you want to block.
Press [Down] and add up to ten phone numbers.
3. Press <Options> and select Save.
Messages (Menu 5)
Changing SMS settings
1. From the Short messages menu, select
Settings.
2. Select a setting profile to be customised. The last
setting profile accessed will be activated for
sending subsequent messages.
3. Change the following settings:
The setting options available in this menu may
vary depending on your service provider.
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Menu functions
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Cut address: extract URLs, e-mail addresses, or
phone numbers from the message.
Transfer: move the message between the SIM
card and the phone’s memory.
Protection: protect the message from being
deleted.
Reply path: allow the recipient to reply to you
through your message centre.
Delivery report: set the network to inform
you when your message has been delivered.
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Menu functions
Clearing SMS message boxes
1. From the Short messages menu, select Delete
all.
2. Press [
] to check the message box(es) to be
cleared.
3. Press <Delete>.
4. Press <Yes> to confirm the deletion.
Multimedia messages (Menu 5.2)
Multimedia Message Service (MMS) delivers messages
containing a combination of text, image, video, and
audio, from phone to phone or from phone to e-mail.
Creating an MMS message
1. From the Multimedia messages menu, select
Create.
2. Select the Subject line and enter the subject.
3. Select the Picture & Video or Sound line and add
an image, a video, or an audio file.
The maximum size allowed for an MMS message
can differ depending on the country. If you
cannot attach another file, add another page.
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4. Select the Message line and enter the text.
5. Press <Options> to access the following options:
• Edit: edit the subject or text of your message.
• Add media/sound: add more photos, videos,
or sounds to the message.
• Preview: display the message you have
created.
• Add page: add pages. Move to each page by
pressing [Left] or [Right] on the message
screen.
• Page timing: specify how long a page
displays. After the specified time, the display
automatically scrolls to the next page.
• Text style: format the text colour, size, or
attributes.
• Clear subject/Picture & Video/Sound/
message: clear the subject, images, audio, or
text.
• Delete page: delete an added page.
• Save message: save the message in the
Draft, My folder, or Template box.
6. When you have finished, press <Options> and
select Send.
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While viewing the message list, press <Options> to
access the following options:
• View: open the message.
• Reply: send a reply to the sender.
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•
•
•
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Reply all: send a reply to the sender and all of the
recipients in the To and Cc fields.
Forward: forward the message to another person.
If the message contains media purchased on the
Internet, forwarding is not available.
Call back: call the sender.
Delete: delete the message.
Delete all: delete all messages.
Save as template: save a copy of the message in
the Template folder.
Properties: view the message properties.
Messages (Menu 5)
Viewing received MMS messages
1. From the Multimedia messages menu, select
Inbox.
This menu displays MMS messages that you have
received. The following icons tell you the message
status:
•
has been read
•
has not been read
•
is being retrieved from the server
•
Notification that you have read
•
Notification that you have not read
2. Select a message.
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Menu functions
7. Enter a phone number or e-mail address.
To send the message to more than one recipient,
press [Down] and fill in additional destination
fields.
8. Press <Options> and select Send.
When you select a notification, you can access
Retrieve to retrieve the message from the MMS
server.
While viewing a message, press <Options> to access
the following message options:
• Replay: replay the message.
• Reply: send a message to the sender.
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Menu functions
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•
•
•
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•
•
•
•
Reply all: send a reply to the sender and all of the
recipients in the To and Cc fields.
Forward: forward the message to another person.
If the message contains media content purchased
on the Internet, forwarding is not available.
Call back: call the sender.
Delete: delete the message.
Cut media: save media items from the message
to your phone’s memory.
Cut address: extract URLs, e-mail addresses, or
phone numbers from the message.
Move to My folder: move the message to the My
folder box.
Save as template: save a copy of the message in
the Template box.
Properties: view the message properties.
Viewing sent or saved MMS messages
1. From the Multimedia messages menu, select
Outbox, Draft, or My folder.
2. Select a message.
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While viewing the message list, press <Options> to
access the following options:
• View: open the message.
• Send: send or resends the message.
• Edit: edit the message.
• Delete: delete the message.
• Delete all: delete all of messages.
• Properties: (except Draft) display the message
properties.
While viewing a message, press <Options> to access
the following options:
• Replay: replay the message.
• Send: send or resends the message.
• Edit: edit the message.
• Delete: delete the message.
• Cut media: (for My folder) save media items
from the message to your phone’s memory.
• Cut address: (except Draft) extract a URL, e-mail
address, or phone number from the message.
• Move to My folder: (except My folder) move the
message to the My folder box.
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Save as template: (except Draft, My folder)
save a copy of the message in the Template box.
Properties: (except Draft) display the message
properties.
While viewing a message, press <Options> to access
the following options:
• Replay: replay the template.
Changing MMS settings
You can customise the settings for sending and
receiving MMS messages.
1. From the Multimedia messages menu, select
Settings.
2. Select a setting category and change the settings.
Messages (Menu 5)
While viewing the template list, press <Options> to
access the following options:
• View: display the template.
• Send: send the template.
• Edit: edit the template.
• New: add a new template.
• Delete: delete the template.
• Delete all: delete all of templates.
Send: send the template.
Edit: edit the template.
Delete: delete the template.
Menu functions
Using MMS templates
Your phone has 11 preset messages that you can use
when composing a message.
1. From the Multimedia messages menu, select
Template.
2. Select an MMS template.
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•
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Send settings
• Priority: set the priority level of your messages.
• Validity period: set the length of time your
messages are stored in the message centre.
• Delivery after: set the time delay before
messages are sent.
• Address hiding: hide your phone number on the
recipient’s phone.
• Delivery report: set the network inform to you
when your message has been delivered.
• Read reply: request a reply from the recipient.
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Menu functions
Receive settings
• Home reception: determine if your phone
retrieves new messages automatically when you
are in your home service area.
• Roaming reception: determine if your phone
retrieves new messages automatically when you
are roaming in another network.
Home reception and Roaming reception have the
following options:
Automatic: the phone automatically retrieves
messages from the server.
Reject: the phone rejects all messages.
Manual: the phone displays notifications. Use the
Retrieve option to manually download new
messages.
• Anonymous reject: reject messages from
anonymous senders.
• Adverts reject: reject advertisements.
• Report allowed: send a delivery report from the
network to the sender.
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MMS profiles
You can configure required network settings for MMS.
The last profile accessed is automatically activated for
sending or receiving subsequent messages.
Check with your service provider before you change
any MMS settings on your phone.
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Current profile: select a profile.
Profile settings: customise the following options
for each profile:
Profile name: assign a name to the MMS profile.
Server URL: enter the address of your MMS
server.
Proxy: connect to the GPRS network using the
proxy server.
GPRS settings: customise the settings required
for connecting to the GPRS network.
- IP address: (when the proxy is set to Enable)
enter the gateway address.
- Port: (when the proxy is set to Enable) enter
the port number.
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Clearing MMS message boxes
1. From the Multimedia messages menu, select
Delete all.
2. Press [
] to check the message box(es) to be
cleared.
3. Press <Delete>.
4. Press <Yes> to confirm the deletion.
You can send and receive e-mails that include text,
audio, and images. To use this feature, you need to
subscribe to an e-mail service and set up your e-mail
profile and account.p. 58, p. 57
Creating an e-mail
1. From the Email menu, select Create.
2. Select the Subject line and enter the subject of
your e-mail.
3. Select the Message line and enter the e-mail text.
4. Select the File attach line.
5. Add Images, Videos, Music, or Sound.
6. Press <Options> to access the following options:
• Add: add a subject, text, or media files.
• Edit: edit the subject or text.
• View: open the attached file.
• Save Email: save the e-mail in the Draft or
My folder box.
• Clear subject/message: clear the subject or
text.
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Messages (Menu 5)
Depending on your service provider, it may not
be possible to support the maximum limit
295KB. In this case, try again after changing the
setting to 100KB.
Email (Menu 5.3)
Menu functions
- DNS1: (when the proxy is set to Disable) enter
the primary address.
- DNS2: (when the proxy is set to Disable) enter
the secondary address.
- APN: enter the access point name used for the
address of the GPRS network.
- Login ID: enter the user ID.
- Password: enter the password.
Version: select an available OMA version and
maximum size limit for sending or receiving
messages.
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Menu functions
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Remove attachment: delete the selected
attachment.
• Remove all attachments: delete all
attachments.
7. When you finish, press <Options> and select
Send.
8. Enter an e-mail address.
To send the e-mail to more than one recipient,
press [Down] and fill in additional destination
fields.
9. Press <Options> and select Send.
Viewing received e-mails
1. From the Email menu, select Inbox.
2. Select Check new mail to get new mails from
your server.
The phone checks for new e-mails and retrieves
received e-mails. The icons tell you the status of
each e-mail:
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retrieved from the e-mail server
•
retrieved e-mail with attachment.
•
not retrieved
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• The icon changes to an open envelope when
you read the e-mail.
• An ! icon shows that an e-mail was sent with
high priority. A grey icon means that the
e-mail is of low priority.
3. Scroll to an e-mail or header and press [
].
4. If the e-mail has more than one page, press [ / ]
to scroll through pages one by one.
Press [ ] or [ ] to move to the first or last page.
5. Select an attached file to view or play it.
While viewing the e-mail list, press <Options> to
access the following options:
Options may vary depending on the status of the
e-mail.
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•
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View: open the selected item.
Retrieve: retrieve one or all e-mails from the
e-mail server.
Reply: send a reply to the sender or to all of the
recipients.
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Forward: forward the e-mail.
Delete: delete the currently selected item.
Delete all: delete all e-mails.
Sort: sort the e-mails by size, subject, date, or
senders’ e-mail addresses.
Block address: add the sender’s e-mail address
to the Blocked address list.
Properties: display the properties of the e-mail.
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•
Block address: add the sender’s e-mail address
to the Blocked address list.
Move to My folder: move the e-mail to the My
folder box.
Properties: display the properties of the e-mail.
Viewing sent or saved e-mails
1. From the Email menu, select Outbox, Draft, or
My folder.
2. Select an e-mail.
While viewing the e-mail list, press <Options> to
access the following options:
• View: open the e-mail.
• Send: send or resends the e-mail.
• Cancel: (for Outbox) stop sending the e-mail.
• Edit: edit the e-mail.
• Delete: delete the e-mail.
• Delete all: delete all e-mails.
• Sort: sort the e-mails by size, subject, date, or
senders’ e-mail addresses.
• Properties: display the properties of the e-mail.
Messages (Menu 5)
While viewing a header or e-mail, press <Options> to
access the following options:
• Retrieve: retrieve one or all e-mails.
• Open file: open the attached file.
• Save file: save the attached file in your phone’s
memory.
• Reply: send a reply to the sender or to the sender
and all of the recipients.
• Forward: forward the e-mail.
• Delete: delete the e-mail.
• Cut address: extract e-mail addresses, URLs, and
phone numbers.
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Menu functions
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Menu functions
While reading a message, press <Options> to access
the following options:
• Open file: open the attached file.
• Save file: save the attached file in your phone’s
memory.
• Cancel: (for Outbox) stop sending the e-mail.
• Send: send or resent the e-mail.
• Edit: edit the e-mail.
• Delete: delete the e-mail.
• Cut address: (for My folder) extract e-mail
addresses, URLs, and phone numbers.
• Move to My folder: (except My folder) move the
e-mail to the My folder box.
• Properties: view the properties of the e-mail.
Changing e-mail settings
1. From the Email menu, select Settings.
2. Select a setting category and change the settings.
Send settings
• Send copy to self: send a copy of your e-mail to
your own e-mail address.
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Delivery confirm: set the network to inform you
when your e-mail has been delivered.
Read confirm: send a request for a reply along
with your e-mail.
Priority: select the priority level of your e-mail.
Include signature: attach your name, phone
number, a simple memo, or tag line to your e-mail.
Receive settings
• Check interval: determine how often the phone
checks the server for incoming e-mails.
If you set this option to Not used, you can use the
Check new mail feature to check your e-mail
manually.
• Read reply: determine whether or not the phone
sends a read-reply request.
When this option is set to Announce, the phone
reminds you to send a read-reply request with
your e-mail address.
• Retrieve option: determine whether the phone
retrieves headers only or the entire e-mail.
• Delete option: determine whether e-mails are
deleted immediately or the next time you connect
to the server.
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Current account: select an account.
Account settings: configure up to five e-mail
accounts using different e-mail servers. The
following options are available for each account:
Account name: enter a name for the currently
selected account.
In use: select this option to use the account and
to display the account in the Inbox.
User name: enter a name to be displayed as the
sender’s name in your outgoing e-mails.
Messages (Menu 5)
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Email address: enter your e-mail address.
Reply address: enter the reply address.
SMTP server: enter the IP address or domain
name of the outgoing e-mail server.
SMTP port: enter the SMTP port number.
Protocol type: select the protocol for the
incoming e-mail server. The remaining options
depend on the protocol type setting.
When the protocol type is POP3:
POP3 server: enter the IP address or domain
name of the server that receives your e-mail.
POP3 port: enter the POP3 port number.
APOP login: connect to the server by using the
APOP login scheme when this option is selected.
User ID: enter your e-mail ID.
Password: enter your e-mail password.
When the protocol type is IMAP4:
IMAP4 server: enter the IP address or domain
name of the server that receives your e-mail.
IMAP4 port: enter the IMAP4 port number.
Retrieve headers: set the number of headers you
will retrieve from the server.
Menu functions
Reject if over: determine the maximum size for
incoming e-mails. Your phone will reject e-mails
that exceed the specified size.
• Leave a copy of messages on the server:
determine whether or not to delete the messages
in the server when retrieve them.
E-mail account
Set up your e-mail account(s) and select the one to be
used:
You cannot change e-mail account settings while an
e-mail is being sent or retrieved. Your e-mail
service provider can give you the information
needed for the below settings.
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Menu functions
Retrieve attachments: select this option to
receive attachments with e-mails.
User ID: enter your e-mail ID.
Password: enter your e-mail password.
Email profile
You can configure the network settings required to
send or receive e-mails.
You cannot change e-mail profile settings while an
e-mail is being sent or retrieved.
The following options are available:
• Current profile: select a profile.
• Profile settings: configure up to five e-mail
profiles. For each profile, the following options are
required to connect to the GPRS network:
Profile name: enter a name for the e-mail profile.
APN: enter the access point name used for the
GPRS network address.
Login ID: enter the User ID.
Password: enter the password.
DNS1: enter the primary address.
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DNS2: enter the secondary address.
Setting up the Blocked address and subject list
Use the Blocked address list to reject messages from
e-mail addresses that you specify.
1. From the Email menu, select Block list.
2. Select Block address or Block subject.
3. Enter an e-mail address or subject you want to
block.
4. Add as many as ten items.
5. Press <Options> and select Save.
Clearing e-mail boxes
1. From the Email menu, select Delete all.
2. Press [
] to check the message box(es) to be
cleared.
3. Press <Delete>.
4. Press <Yes> to confirm the deletion.
You cannot clear the Inbox or Outbox while an
e-mail is being sent or retrieved.
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Push messages (Menu 5.4)
Use this menu to store the number of the voice mail
server and access your voice mails.
You must enter the voice server number before you
can access your voice mails. Your service provider
can give the voice server number.
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Connect to voice mail: connect to the voice
server to allow you to listen to your messages. You
can also connect to the voice mail server by
pressing and holding [1] in Idle mode.
Voice server number: change the voice mail
server name or number.
Text template (Menu 5.6)
Use this menu to preset a maximum of ten frequently
used messages.
Adding a text template
1. Select an empty location.
2. Enter the message and press [
Messages (Menu 5)
Voice mail (Menu 5.5)
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Menu functions
Use this menu to access messages from the WAP
server.
• Inbox: view push messages you have received.
• Settings: determine whether or not your phone
receives push messages.
Always: the phone receives push messages.
Never: the phone rejects push messages.
Optional: the phone receives push messages from
the service centre set in this option.
• Delete all: delete all of push messages.
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Using template options
From the template list, press <Options> to access
the following options:
• Edit: add a template or change the selected one.
• Send message: send the template as an SMS,
MMS or e-mail message.
• Delete: delete the template.
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Menu functions
Broadcast messages (Menu 5.7)
Memory status (Menu 5.8)
The Cell Broadcast service delivers short messages on
various topics such as the weather or traffic.
Use this menu to view the memory status for text,
multimedia, e-mail, or push messages.
Use this menu to change the settings for the service
and to access broadcast messages.
• Read: open received messages.
The Temporary box saves network messages until
the phone is switched off.
The Archive box saves network messages
indefinitely. Press <Options> and select Save
when a text notification appears to save to the
Archive box.
• Receive: enable or disable the reception of
broadcast messages.
• Channel: specify the channels from which you
receive broadcast messages.
• Language: select the language in which broadcast
messages display.
Please contact your service provider for details.
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Funbox
(Menu 6)
The Funbox menu allows you to access images,
videos, voice memos, music files, and sounds stored in
the phone’s memory.
To access this menu, press <Menu> in Idle mode and
select Funbox.
Images (Menu 6.1)
This menu displays photos you have taken and images
downloaded or received in messages.
Viewing an image
1. Select an image folder, Photos, My photos, or
Downloaded images.
A list of images displays. For downloaded images,
the icons tell you the status of the files:
•
you can forward to other people
•
you are unable to forward to other people
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2. Scroll to an image and press [
].
Videos (Menu 6.2)
This menu displays video clips you have recorded,
downloaded, or received in messages.
Using video options
While viewing the video list, press <Options> to
access the options.p. 74
This menu displays MP3 music files you have
downloaded or imported from your computer.
Playing a music file
Scroll to a file and press [
].p. 36
Using music options
While viewing the music list, press <Options> to
access the following options:
Available options vary depending on whether or not
playback is in progress.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Funbox (Menu 6)
Playing a video clip
1. Select a video folder, Video clips, My video clips,
or Downloaded videos.
A list of videos displays. For downloaded videos,
the icons tell you the status of the files:
•
you can forward to other people
•
you are unable to forward to other people
2. Scroll to a video clip and press [
].p. 73
Music (Menu 6.3)
Menu functions
Using image options
While viewing the image list or an image, press
<Options> to access the options.p. 72
Play/Pause: begin/pause playback.
Send: send the currently selected file via e-mail,
Bluetooth, or infrared port.
Add play list: add a file to the play list.
Open play list: go to the play list.
Set as: set the file as your ring tone or as a caller
alert melody for a Phonebook entry.
Rename: change the file name.
Delete: delete the file.
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Menu functions
•
•
•
•
Settings: change the default settings for playing
files.
Repeat: select a repeat mode.
Shuffle: select a playing order.
Volume: select a volume level.
Lock volume key: lock [ / ] so that you can
prevent an accidental press of the keys from
affecting playback.
Equalizer value: select an equalizer setting.
Delete all: delete all of files.
Protection: protect the file from being deleted.
Properties: display the properties of the file.
Sounds (Menu 6.4)
This menu displays the sound files you have recorded,
downloaded, or received in messages.
Playing a sound clip
1. Select a sound folder, Voice list or Downloaded
sounds.
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A list of sound clips displays. For downloaded
sounds, the icons tells you the status of the files:
•
you can forward to other people
•
you are unable to forward to other people
2. Scroll to a sound clip and press [
].p. 38
Using sound options
While viewing the sound list, press <Options> to
access the options.p. 38
Memory status (Menu 6.5)
You can check the total amount of memory for media
items and the amount of memory currently in use in
each media box.
Organiser
(Menu 7)
The Organiser feature enables you to keep track of
your schedule and tasks, to view missed alarm events,
and to make a memo.
To access this menu, press <Menu> in Idle mode and
select Organiser.
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Month view (Menu 7.1)
Preceding events: delete events on past dates.
Delete all: delete all of scheduled events.
•
Consulting the calendar
When you select Month view to display the calendar,
today’s date is marked with a red box.
You can schedule up to 400 events on the calendar,
and schedule more than one event per day.
The number of events displays at the bottom of the
calendar. The following icons indicate the type of
event:
Scheduled events •
Anniversaries
•
Tasks
Miscellaneous events
•
Press <Options> to access the following options:
• View: access the stored memo(s) for that date.
• Create: add a new event, anniversary,
miscellaneous event, or task.
• Week view: switch to the week view screen.
• Go to today: access the current date.
• Go to date: enter a specific date.
• Delete: access the following deleting options:
Selected date: delete items stored on the
currently selected date.
Entering a new scheduled event
1. Select a date on the calendar.
2. Press <Options> and select Create → Schedule
or Miscellaneous.
3. Enter information or change the settings in the
following entry fields:
• Subject: enter the title of the event.
• Details: enter event details.
• Start date and End date: enter the starting
and ending dates for the event.
• Start time and End time: enter the starting
and ending times for the event.
• AM/PM: select AM or PM in 12-hour time
format.
• Location: (for Schedule) enter information
about the event location.
• Alarm: set an alarm for the event.
Organiser (Menu 7)
•
Menu functions
Use this menu to keep track of your monthly schedule.
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Menu functions
•
•
•
Before: set the time for the alarm.
Alarm tone: select an alarm tone.
Repeat: (for Schedule) set the event to recur,
and set a repeat unit.
• Until: (for Schedule) if the event will recur,
set the ending date.
4. Press <Save> to save the event.
Entering a new anniversary
1. Select a date on the calendar.
2. Press <Options> and select Create →
Anniversary.
3. Enter information or change the settings in the
following entry fields:
• Occasion: enter information about the
anniversary.
• Date: enter the date.
• Alarm: set an alarm for the anniversary.
• Before: set the time for the alarm. Select day
or week.
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Alarm time: enter the time for the alarm to
sound.
• AM/PM: select AM or PM in 12-hour time
format.
• Alarm tone: select an alarm tone.
• Repeat every year: you can set the phone to
remind you of the anniversary every year.
4. Press <Save> to save the event.
Entering a task
1. Select a date on the calendar.
2. Press <Options> and select Create → To do.
3. Enter information or change the settings in the
following entry fields:
• To do: enter information about the task.
• Start date: enter the starting date.
• Due date: enter the ending date.
• Priority: select a priority level.
4. Press <Save> to save the event.
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Use this menu to view events for the selected week.
The current date is marked in red. Blue boxes indicate
scheduled events, and green boxes indicate
miscellaneous events. Select the cell that contains the
event you want.
Day view (Menu 7.3)
Use this menu to view events for the selected date.
Select an event to view its details.
Organiser (Menu 7)
1. Select a date on the calendar to display the events
for that day.
2. Select an event to view its details.
3. Press <Options> to access the following options:
• View: access the selected event.
• Edit: edit the event.
• Send: send the event via SMS, MMS, e-mail,
Bluetooth, or infrared port.
• Create: add a new event.
• Month view: switch to the month view screen.
• Week view: switch to the week view screen.
• Done/Undone: change the status of the
event.
• Delete: delete the event.
• Delete all: delete all of the events for the
selected date.
Week View (Menu 7.2)
Menu functions
Viewing an event
Square brackets on a calendar date indicate the
following type of events scheduled for that day:
• Blue: scheduled
• Orange: anniversary
• Red: task
• Green: miscellaneous event
Schedule (Menu 7.4)
This menu displays the scheduled events. If you have
set the Repeat and Alarm options, the
and
icons
are activated. Select an event to view its details.
Anniversary (Menu 7.5)
This menu displays anniversaries you have created. If
you have set the Repeat and Alarm options, the
and
icons are activated. Select an event to view its
details.
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Menu functions
Miscellaneous (Menu 7.6)
This menu displays miscellaneous events you have
created. If you have set the Alarm option, the
icon
is activated. Select an event to view its details.
To do (Menu 7.7)
Use this menu to display tasks you have created. The
colours of status check boxes indicate the importance:
• Red ! for high priority
• Blue for normal priority
• Grey for low priority.
A check mark appears in the status check box if the
task has been completed. The options you can use are
the same as in Day view.
Missed alarm events (Menu 7.8)
When you are unable to acknowledge an alarm, the
phone displays a missed alarm notification.
Press <View> to view the corresponding event.
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Viewing a missed event alarm
1. From the Organiser menu, select Missed alarm
event.
2. Select an event.
3. Press <Confirm> to confirm and delete the event.
Using missed alarm options
From the event list, press <Options> to access the
following options:
• View: access the event.
• Delete: delete the event.
• Delete all: delete all events.
Memo (Menu 7.9)
Use this menu to create memos and view memos you
have stored.
Creating a new memo
1. Press [
].
2. Enter the memo text and press <Options> and
select Save.
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Viewing a memo
Select a memo to view its details.
This menu displays the total amount of memory for
the calendar, the number of events you have created,
and the total number of events you can store.
Camera
(Menu 8)
You can use the camera module embedded in your
phone to take photos and record videos.
To access this menu, press <Menu> in Idle mode and
select Camera, or press [ ].
Take a photo (Menu 8.1)
The camera produces JPEG photos.
When you take a photo in direct sunlight or in bright
conditions, shadows may appear on the photo.
Taking a photo
1. If the phone is closed, open the phone.
2. Press and hold [ ]. The image to be captured
appears on the display.
3. Adjust the image by aiming the camera lens at the
subject.
• Press the left soft key to use the camera
options.p. 68
• Use the keypad to change the camera settings
or switch to other modes.p. 69
Camera (Menu 8)
Memory status (Menu 7.10)
Menu functions
Using memo options
From the memo list, press <Options> to access the
following options:
• Edit: edit the memo.
• Create: add a new memo.
• Delete: delete the selected memo.
• Delete all: delete all memos.
• Do not take photos of people without their
permission.
• Do not take photos in a place where cameras are
not allowed.
• Do not take photos in a place where you may
interfere with another person’s privacy.
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Menu functions
4. Press [ ] to take a photo. The photo is saved in
the Photos folder.
Hold the phone still for one or two seconds after
pressing the camera shutter key to allow the
image data to process.
5. To
Press
use photo options
<Options>.p. 70
•
delete the photo
<Delete>.
return to Capture mode
[C] or [
•
•
].
Using camera options in Capture mode
In Capture mode, press the left soft key to access the
following options:
• Shooting mode: take a photo in the following
modes:
Single shot: take a photo in the normal mode.
Multi shot: take a series of action stills. Select the
number of photos the camera will take.
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•
Mosaic shot: take several stills and save them in
one frame. Select the number of still images the
camera will take.
Night shot: take a high quality photo in low
lighting conditions.
Automatic save: set the phone to automatically
save a photo after taking the photo.
Effects: change the colour tone or apply a special
effect to the photo.
Frames: apply a decorative frame.
Timer: set a time delay before the camera takes a
photo.
Go to photo album: display the photos stored in
the Photos or My photos folder.
Settings: change the default settings for taking a
photo.
Size: select an image size.
Quality: select an image quality.
Shutter sound: select the sound that you hear
when you press the shutter, [ ] or [
].
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Using the keypad in Capture mode
You can use the keypad to customise your camera
settings in Capture mode.
Key
Function
Menu functions
Flips the image vertically.
Shows the mirror image.
Left/
Right
Adjusts the brightness of the image.
Up/
Down
Zooms in or out.
1
Switches to Record mode.p. 70
2
Changes the image size.
3
Changes the image quality.
4
Changes the camera mode.
5
Changes the colour tone or applies a special
effect to the photo.
6
Reduces the distortion on the image to
maximise detail and sharpness.
Camera (Menu 8)
•
•
Spot focus: adjust the exposure based on a
specific area of the image. Select On to display the
spot focus frame in the middle of the image, and
change the exposure according to the brightness of
the image fragment in the frame.
ISO: change the ISO setting, which controls the
sensitivity of your camera. For low light situations,
lower the ISO number to increase the quality.
The higher the ISO number, the faster the camera
shutter functions and the more sensitive the
camera is to light. Higher ISO settings may bring
some distortion to an image.
Default name: change the default prefix of the
photo name.
Flash: turn the flash on or off.
Camera short cuts: view the functions of the
keys you can use.
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Menu functions
Key
Function
•
7
Selects a decorative frame.
Record video (Menu 8.2)
8
Sets the timer.
9
Shows the photos stored in the Photos or
My photos folder.
You can record a video of what is displayed on the
camera screen and save it as a .3gp file.
0
Turns the flash on or off.
Shows the real image size to be captured.
Using photo options
After saving a photo, press <Options> to access the
following options:
• Take another: return to Capture mode.
• Send: send the photo via MMS, e-mail, Bluetooth,
or infrared port.
• Set as: set the photo as your wallpaper or as a
caller ID image for a Phonebook entry.
• Go to photo album: display the photos stored in
the Photos or My photos folder.
• Rename: change the name of the photo.
• Protection: protect the photo from being deleted.
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Properties: view the properties of the photo.
Recording a video
1. Turn the camera on, and aim the lens at the
subject. Adjust the image.
• Press the left soft key to use the camera
options.p. 71
• Use the keypad to change the camera settings
or switch to other modes.p. 71
2. Press [ ] to start recording.
3. Press <Stop> or [ ]. The video is automatically
saved in the Video clips folder.
.
4. To
Press
play back the video clip
[
use the video options
<Options>.p. 72
].
delete the video clip
<Delete>.
return to Record mode
[C].
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•
•
Flash: turn the flash on or off.
Camcorder short cuts: view the functions of the
keys you can use.
Using the keypad in Record mode
You can use the keypad to customise your camera
settings in Record mode:
Key
Menu functions
Function
Flips the image vertically.
Shows the mirror image.
Up/
Down
Zooms in or out.
Left/
Right
Adjusts the brightness of the image.
1
Switches to Capture mode.p. 67
2
Changes the frame size.
3
Changes the image quality.
4
Changes the video recording mode.
Camera (Menu 8)
Using camera options in Record mode
In Record mode, press <Options> to access the
following options:
• Effects: change the colour tone or apply a special
effect to a video.
• Timer: set a time delay before the camera starts
recording a video.
• Go to video album: display the video clips stored
in the Video clips or My video clips folder.
• Settings: change the following settings for
recording a video:
Recording mode: select a video recording mode.
Select Limit of MMS to record a video suitable for
an MMS message.
Select Normal to record a video within the limit of
the currently available memory.
Size: select an image size.
Quality: select an image quality.
Audio rec.: record audio with a video clip.
Default name: change the default prefix of the
video name.
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Menu functions
Key
Function
5
Changes the colour tone or applies a special
effect to the photo.
6
Reduces the distortion on the image to
maximize detail and sharpness.
7
Mutes or unmutes the audio.
8
Sets the timer.
9
Shows the video clips stored in the Video
clips or My video clips folder.
0
Turns the flash on or off.
Using video options
Press <Options> after saving a video clip to access
the following options:
• Record another: return to Record mode.
• Send: send the video clip via MMS, e-mail,
Bluetooth, or infrared port.
• Go to video album: move to the Video clips or
My video clips folder.
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•
•
•
Rename: change the name of the video clip.
Protection: protect the video clip from being
deleted.
Properties: view the properties of the video clip.
Photos (Menu 8.3)
Use this menu to access a list of photos you have
taken.
Viewing the photos
1. Scroll to a photo and press [
].
2. To go back to the photo list, press [
] or Back.
Using photos options
Press <Options> to access the following options:
Available options vary depending on whether you
are looking at the photo list or viewing a photo.
•
•
•
View: open the photo.
List: return to the photo list.
Send: send the photo via MMS, e-mail, Bluetooth,
or infrared port.
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Use this menu to access a list of videos you have
recorded.
Playing a video clip
Scroll to a video clip and press [
Buttons
Function
Pauses
Resumes
Stops
Skips backward through a file
Skips forward through a file
Repeats the file
My photos (Menu 8.4)
Use this menu to view photos you have moved from
the Photos folder.
].
During playback:
• Use the following buttons on the display:
Camera (Menu 8)
•
Video clips (Menu 8.5)
Menu functions
•
Move to My photos: move the photo to the My
photos folder.
Set as: set the photo as your wallpaper or as a
caller ID image for a Phonebook entry.
Edit: access the following options:
Emoticons: add an emoticon to the photo. Select
one and move it by pressing the Navigation keys.
Frames: select a decorative frame.
Effects: change the colour tone or apply a special
effect to the photo.
Slide show: set all photos to display as a slide
show. You can select a time interval between
photos.
Rename: change the name of the photo.
Delete: delete the photo.
Delete all: delete all of photos.
Protection: protect the photo from being deleted.
Properties: view the properties of the photo.
•
To select a button, press [Left] or [Right] to
highlight it and press [
].
Press [ / ] to adjust the volume.
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Menu functions
Using video options
Press <Options> to access the following options:
• Play: play the video clip.
• Send: send the video clip via MMS, e-mail,
Bluetooth, or infrared port.
• Move to My video clips: move the video clip to
the My video clips folder.
• Rename: change the name of the video clip.
• Delete: delete the video clip.
• Delete all: delete all video clips. This option
appears on the video clip list.
• Protection: protect the video clip from being
deleted.
• Properties: view the properties of the video clip.
My video clips (Menu 8.6)
Use this menu to access video clips you have moved
from the Video clips folder.
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Settings
(Menu 9)
Use this menu to customise your phone settings. You
can also reset the settings to their default values.
To access this menu, press <Menu> in Idle mode and
select Settings.
Time & Date (Menu 9.1)
Use this menu to change the time and date displayed
on your phone. Before setting the time and date,
specify your time zone in the World time menu. p.
39
• Set time: enter the current time using the number
keys.
• AM/PM: select AM or PM in 12-hour time format.
• Time format: select 12-hour or 24-hour time
format.
• Set date: enter the current date using the number
keys.
• Date format: select a date format.
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Phone settings (Menu 9.2)
Many different features of your phone’s system can be
customised to suit your preferences.
Slide settings (Menu 9.2.3)
Use this menu to set how the phone reacts when you
open it for an incoming call, and when you close it
while using a function.
• Up: set whether or not to answer a call by opening
the phone.
• Down: set whether or not the phone maintains
the menu you are using when you close the phone.
When you set Down to Continue operation, the
keypad lock works only in Idle mode.
Assigning a shortcut to a key
1. Select the key to be used as a shortcut key.
2. Scroll to the menu that will be assigned to the key.
3. Press <Save>.
Using shortcut options
Press <Options> to access the following options:
• Change: change a shortcut menu.
• Remove: deactivate the shortcut assignment to
the selected key.
• Remove all: deactivate all shortcut assignments.
Settings (Menu 9)
Greeting message (Menu 9.2.2)
Use this menu to enter the greeting that is displayed
briefly when the phone is switched on.
Menu functions
Language (Menu 9.2.1)
Use this menu to select one of several languages for
the display text.
Short cut (Menu 9.2.4)
You can use the Navigation keys as shortcut keys to
access specific menus directly from Idle mode. Use
this menu to change these shortcut assignments.
Extra settings (Menu 9.2.5)
You can turn the automatic redialing or answering
features on or off.
• Auto redial: set the phone to make up to ten
attempts to redial a phone number after an
unsuccessful call.
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Menu functions
•
•
Anykey answer: answer an incoming call by
pressing any key, except [ ] or <Reject>.
When this option is set to Off, you must press [ ]
or <Accept> to answer a call.
Voice clarity: removes extraneous noise and
increases call quality so that the person with whom
you are speaking can hear you clearly even if you
are in a noisy place.
Display settings (Menu 9.3)
Use this menu to change settings for the display and
light.
Wallpaper (Menu 9.3.1)
You can change the background image that is
displayed in Idle mode.
Select an image from the following image categories.
• Default wallpapers: select one of preset images.
• Photos: select one of the photos you have taken.
• My photos: select one of the photos stored in the
My photos folder.
• Downloaded images: select one of the images
you have downloaded.
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Text display (Menu 9.3.2)
You can change the display settings for the text
displayed on the idle screen.
• Text position: select a position. If you do not
want text to display in Idle mode, select Off.
• Text style: select a style.
• Text colour: select a colour.
Skin (Menu 9.3.3)
You can select a skin colour pattern for Menu mode.
LCD brightness (Menu 9.3.4)
You can adjust the brightness of the display for
varying lighting conditions.
Backlight (Menu 9.3.5)
You can select the length of time the backlight and the
display stay on.
• On: select the length of time the backlight is on at
times of inactivity.
• Dim: select the length of time the display is in
Dimming mode after the backlight turns off. After a
specified time, the display turns off and the clock
displays.
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Sound settings (Menu 9.4)
Use this menu to customise various sound settings.
Power on/off (Menu 9.4.4)
Use this menu to select the melody that the phone
sounds when it is switched on or off.
Settings (Menu 9)
Keypad tone (Menu 9.4.2)
Use this menu to select the tone that the phone
sounds when you press a key.
You can adjust the keypad tone volume using [ / ]
in Idle mode.
Menu functions
Incoming call (Menu 9.4.1)
Use this menu to select a volume level and alert type
for incoming calls.
• Ring tone: select a ring tone for the call ringer.
• Volume: select a ringer volume.
• Alert type: specify how you are to be informed of
incoming calls.
Melody: the phone rings using the selected ring
tone.
Vibration: the phone vibrates but not rings.
Vibration then melody: the phone vibrates three
times and then starts ringing.
Message tone (Menu 9.4.3)
Use this menu to set up the ringer for incoming SMS
messages, MMS messages, and e-mails.
• Tone: select one of several message tones.
• Alert type: specify how you are informed of any
incoming messages.
• Repetition: specify how often the phone informs
you of a new message.
Slide tone (Menu 9.4.5)
Use this menu to select the tone that the phone
sounds when you open or close the phone.
Quiet mode (Menu 9.4.6)
Use this menu to set how the phone acts to alert you
to a specific event in Quiet mode, instead of making
sounds.
• Vibration: set the phone to vibrate.
• Mute: mute all sound settings.
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Menu functions
Extra tones (Menu 9.4.7)
Use this menu to customise additional tones for the
phone.
• Minute minder: set the phone to beep every
minute during an outgoing call to keep you
informed of the length of your call.
• Connection tone: set the phone to beep when it
is connected to the system.
• Alerts on call: set the phone to beep when you
receive a new message or when the time for an
alarm comes during a call.
• Indicative tones: set the phone to beep when a
pop-up window displays.
Network services (Menu 9.5)
Use this menu to access network services. Please
contact your service provider to check their availability
and subscribe to them, if you wish.
Call diverting (Menu 9.5.1)
This network service reroutes incoming calls to a
phone number that you specify.
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1. Select a call diverting option:
• Divert always: divert all calls.
• Busy: divert calls when you are on another
call.
• No reply: divert calls when you do not answer
the phone.
• Unreachable: divert calls when you are not in
an area covered by your service provider or
when your phone is switched off.
• Cancel all: cancel all call diverting options.
2. Select the type of calls to be diverted.
3. To activate call diverting, select Activate.
Otherwise, select Deactivate.
4. Move to the Divert to line.
5. Enter the number to which calls are to be diverted
and press <OK>.
6. If you selected No reply, move to the Sec line and
select the length of time the network delays before
diverting a call.
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4. Enter the call barring password supplied by your
service provider and press <OK>.
Call waiting (Menu 9.5.3)
This network service informs you when someone is
trying to reach you while you are on another call.
1. Select the type of calls to which the call waiting
option will apply.
2. Press <Activate>. To deactivate call waiting,
press <Deactivate>.
Menu functions
Network Selection (Menu 9.5.4)
This network service allows you to either automatically
or manually select the network used when roaming
outside of your home area.
Settings (Menu 9)
Call barring (Menu 9.5.2)
This network service allows you to restrict your calls.
1. Select a call barring option:
• All outgoing: prohibit all outgoing calls.
• International: prohibit international calls.
• International except to home: only allow
calls to numbers within the current country
when you are abroad, and to your home
country, defined as where your home network
provider is located.
• All incoming: prohibit incoming calls.
• Incoming while abroad: prohibit incoming
calls when you use your phone outside of your
home country.
• Cancel all: cancel all call barring settings,
allowing to be sent and received normally.
• Change barring password: change the call
barring password obtained from your service
provider.
2. Select the type of calls to be barred.
3. Press <Activate>. To deactivate call barring,
press <Deactivate>.
You can select a network other than your home
network only if there is a valid roaming agreement
between the two.
• Automatic: connect to the first available network
when roaming.
• Manual: select the network you want.
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Menu functions
Caller ID (Menu 9.5.5)
This network service allows you to prevent your phone
number from being displayed on the phone of the
person being called. However, some networks do not
allow the user to change this setting.
• Default: use the default setting provided by the
network.
• Hide number: ensure your number does not
display on the other person’s phone.
• Send number: send your number each time you
make a call.
Band selection (Menu 9.5.6)
For the phone to make and receive phone calls, it
must register with an available network.
Your phone can handle any of the following types of
networks: GSM 1900, Combined GSM 900/1800, and
GSM 900/1800/1900.
The country where you purchased your phone
determines the default band that it uses. When you
travel abroad, you must remember to change to an
appropriate band.
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When you select a new band, your phone
automatically searches for all available networks. Your
phone registers with a preferred network within the
band.
Active line (Menu 9.5.7)
Some SIM cards may be used with two subscriber
numbers. If your SIM card supports it, use this menu
to select the line that is used to make calls. Calls can
be answered on both lines, regardless of the selected
line.
Connectivity (Menu 9.6)
Use this menu to activate the IrDA port or the
Bluetooth feature.
You cannot use the Bluetooth and IrDA features
while using multimedia features such as voice
recorder, camera, and MP3 player, or vice versa.
Bluetooth (Menu 9.6.1)
Using Bluetooth wireless, you can connect the phone
wirelessly to other Bluetooth devices and exchange
data with them, talk hands-free, or control the phone
remotely.
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Settings (Menu 9)
Setting up the Bluetooth feature
The Bluetooth menu provides the following options:
• Activation: activate or deactivates the Bluetooth
feature.
• My devices: search for connectable Bluetooth
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• My phone’s visibility: allow other Bluetooth
devices to connect to your phone.
• My phone’s name: assign a Bluetooth device
name to your phone, which is then displayed on
other devices.
• Secure mode: determine if the phone asks for
your confirmation when other devices access your
data.
• Bluetooth services: display available Bluetooth
services.
Searching for and pairing with a Bluetooth
device
1. From the Bluetooth setting options, select My
devices.
2. Select Search new device.
If you have searched for devices before, the phone
displays More devices along with the devices you
have searched for previously. To search for new
devices, select More devices.
After searching, a list of devices to which you can
connect displays. The following icons indicate the
kind of device:
•
Hands-free or headset
•
Mobile phone
•
Computer
•
PDA
•
Unknown device
The colour of the icon indicates the status of the
device:
• Grey for unpaired devices
• Blue for paired devices
Menu functions
Bluetooth technology allows free wireless connections
between all Bluetooth-compliant devices within a
range of 10 metres. Since the devices communicate
using radio waves, they do not need to be in line of
sight to each other.
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Menu functions
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Red for devices that are currently connected to
your phone
3. Select a device.
4. Enter a Bluetooth PIN code of up to 16 digits and
press <OK>. This code is used just once and you
don’t need to memorise it.
When the owner of the other device enters the
same code, pairing is finished.
Some devices, especially headsets or hands-free
car kits, may have a fixed Bluetooth PIN, such as
0000. If the other device has one, you must enter
the code.
Using device options
From the device list, press <Options> to access the
following options:
• Connect: connect to the currently selected device.
You need to enter the Bluetooth PIN.
• Disconnect: end the connection with the device.
• Browse files: search for data from the device and
import data directly to your phone.
• Rename: rename the paired device.
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Authorize device/Unauthorize device:
determine if the phone asks you to permit
connection when other devices try to connect to
your phone.
Delete: delete the device.
Delete all: delete all devices.
Sending data via Bluetooth
1. Activate the Bluetooth feature.
2. Select the application in which the item you want
to send is stored.
3. Scroll to the item you want and press <Options>.
4. Select Send → via Bluetooth.
The phone searches for devices within range and
displays a list of available devices.
5. Select a device.
6. If necessary, enter the Bluetooth PIN needed for
pairing and press <OK>.
Receiving data via Bluetooth
To receive data via Bluetooth, your phone’s Bluetooth
feature must be active.
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If an unauthorised Bluetooth device sends data to your
phone, the phone displays a confirmation message. To
receive data, press <Yes>.
Infrared (Menu 9.6.2)
If you enter an incorrect PIN /PIN 2 three times in
succession, the SIM card is blocked. To unblock it
you need to enter your PUK/PUK2 (Personal
Unblocking Key). The codes are supplied by your
network operator.
PIN check (Menu 9.7.1)
The 4-to 8-digit PIN (Personal Identification Number)
protects your SIM card against unauthorised use.
When this feature is enabled, the phone requires your
PIN each time it is switched on.
Settings (Menu 9)
If there is no communication
between your phone and the
other IrDA-compliant device
within 60 seconds of activating
the feature, it is automatically
deactivated.
Use this menu to protect the phone against
unauthorised use by managing the several access
codes of your phone and SIM card.
Menu functions
Use this feature to send and receive data through the
infrared port. To use an infrared connection, you must
do the following:
• Configure and activate an IrDA-compliant infrared
port on the other device.
• Activate the infrared feature on your phone (the
IrDA icon
displays on the top line).
• Align the IrDA port on the
phone with the IrDA port on
the other device.
Security (Menu 9.7)
Change PIN (Menu 9.7.2)
Use this menu to change your PIN. The PIN Check
feature must be enabled to use this feature.
Phone lock (Menu 9.7.3)
The Phone Lock feature locks the phone from
unauthorised use.
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Menu functions
When this feature is enabled, you must enter a 4- to
8-digit phone password each time the phone is
switched on.
The password is preset to 00000000. To change the
password, use the Change password menu.
Change Password (Menu 9.7.4)
Use this menu to change your phone password. The
password is preset to 00000000.
Privacy (Menu 9.7.5)
Use this menu to lock your media contents, including
MMS messages, e-mails, images, videos, music files,
and sounds.
1. Press [
] to check the item(s) to lock.
2. Press <Save> to lock the marked items.
3. Enter the phone password and press <OK>.
To access a locked item, you need to enter the phone
password.
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SIM lock (Menu 9.7.6)
The SIM Lock feature allows your phone to work only
with the current SIM by assigning a SIM lock code. You
must enter the SIM lock code to use a different SIM
card.
FDN mode (Menu 9.7.7)
If supported by your SIM card, Fixed Dialing Number
(FDN) mode restricts your outgoing calls to a limited
set of phone numbers. When this feature is enabled,
you can make calls only to phone numbers stored in
Phonebook. To use this feature, you must enter your
PIN2.
Change PIN2 (Menu 9.7.8)
If supported by your SIM card, the Change PIN2
feature changes your current PIN2.
Memory status (Menu 9.8)
Use this menu to check the amount of memory being
used for storing data in Shared Memory, Messages,
Funbox, Organiser, Phonebook, and Java world.
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Reset settings (Menu 9.9)
Use this menu to reset the phone settings, display
settings, and sound settings individually. You can also
reset all the settings in your phone at the same time.
1. Press [
] to check the setting category(ies) to
be reset.
2. Press <Reset> to reset the marked items.
3. Enter the phone password and press <OK>.
The password is preset to 00000000. You can
change this password p. 84
Solve problems
Help and personal needs
To save the time and expense of an unnecessary
service call, perform the simple checks in this section
before contacting a service professional.
When you switch on your phone, the following
messages may appear:
“Insert SIM”
• Be sure that the SIM card is correctly installed.
“Phone lock”
• The automatic locking function has been 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 PIN supplied with the SIM card.
• The PIN Check feature is enabled. Every time the
phone is switched on, the PIN has to be entered.
To disable this feature, use the PIN check menu.
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Solve problems
“Enter PUK”
•
The PIN code has been entered incorrectly three
times in succession, and the phone is now blocked.
Enter the PUK supplied by your service provider.
“No Service,” “Network Failure,” or “Not
Done” displays
• The network connection has been lost. You may be
in a weak signal area. Move and try again.
• You are trying to access an option for which you
have no subscription with your service provider.
Contact the service provider for further details.
You have entered a number but it was not
dialled
• Be sure that you have pressed [ ].
• Be sure you have accessed the right cellular
network.
• Be sure that you have not set an outgoing call
barring option.
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Your correspondent cannot reach you
• Be sure your phone is switched on. ([ ] pressed
for more than one second.)
• Be sure you are accessing the correct cellular
network.
• Be sure that you have not set an outgoing call
barring option.
Your correspondent cannot hear you speaking
• Be sure you have switched off the microphone.
• Be sure you are holding the phone close enough to
your mouth. The microphone is located at the
bottom of the phone.
The phone starts beeping and “Battery low”
flashes on the display
•
Your battery is insufficiently charged. Recharge the
battery.
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 ( ).
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Try moving the phone slightly or moving closer to a
window if you are in a building.
No number is dialled when you re-call a
Contacts entry
• Use the Contact Search feature to ensure the
number has been stored correctly.
• Re-store the number, if necessary.
If the above guidelines do not help you to
solve the problem, take 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.
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 to not 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 Specific Absorption Rate (SAR).
The SAR limit recommended by the EU Council is 2.0W/
kg.*
The highest SAR value for this model phone was 0.310 W/
kg.
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Health and safety information
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.
Precautions when using batteries
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* 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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Never use a 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, the type of battery, and the charger
used. The battery can be charged and discharged
hundreds of times, but it will gradually wear out. When
the operation time is noticeably shorter than normal, it
is time to buy a new battery.
If left unused, a fully charged battery will discharge
itself over time.
Use only Samsung-approved batteries, and recharge
your battery only with Samsung-approved chargers.
Disconnect the charger from the power source when it
is not in use. Do not leave the battery connected to a
charger for more than a week, since overcharging may
shorten its life.
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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.
Health and safety information
•
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 because
the capacity and lifetime of the battery will be
reduced. Try to keep the battery at room temperature.
A phone with a hot or cold battery may not work
temporarily, even when the battery is fully charged. Liion 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 like a coin,
clip or pen causes a direct connection between the +
and – terminals of the battery (metal strips on the
battery). For example, do not carry a spare battery in
a pocket or bag where the battery may contact metal
objects. 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.
When driving a car, driving is your first responsibility.
When using your wireless phone while driving, follow local
regulations in the country or region you are in.
Operating environment
Remember to follow any special regulations in force in the
area you are in, 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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Health and safety information
Electronic devices
Other medical 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.
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.
Pacemakers
Switch off your phone in health care facilities when
regulations posted in these areas instruct you to do so.
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. 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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Your physician may be able to assist you in obtaining this
information.
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.
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Emergency calls
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.
This phone, like any wireless phone, operates using radio
signals, wireless, and landline networks as well as userprogrammed functions, which cannot guarantee
connection in all conditions. Therefore, you should never
rely solely on any wireless phone for essential
communications like medical emergencies.
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 the areas
below decks 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.
Health and safety information
Potentially explosive environments
To make or receive 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:
1. Switch on the phone.
2. Key in the emergency number for your present
location. Emergency numbers vary by location.
3. Press [ ].
Certain features like Call Barring may need to be
deactivated before you can make an emergency call.
Consult this document and your local cellular service
provider.
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Health and safety information
Other important safety information
Care and maintenance
•
Your phone is a product of superior design and
craftsmanship and should be treated with care. The
suggestions below will help you fulfill any warranty
obligations and allow you to enjoy this product for many
years.
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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.
For vehicles equipped with an air bag, remember that
an air bag inflates with great force. Do not place
objects, including installed or portable wireless
equipment, in the area over the air bag or in the air
bag deployment area. Improperly installed wireless
equipment could result in serious injury if the air bag
inflates.
Switch off your phone before boarding an aircraft. It is
dangerous and illegal to use wireless phones in an
aircraft because they can interfere with the operation
of the aircraft.
Failure to observe these instructions may lead to the
suspension or denial of telephone services to the
offender, or legal action, or both.
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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 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.
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.
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Health and safety information
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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, stove, or 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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Index
A
ABC mode, text input • 21
Active line • 80
Alarm • 39
Answering
call • 24
second call • 26
Anykey answer • 76
Auto redial • 75
B
Backlight time, set • 76
Band selection • 80
Barring, calls • 79
Battery
charging • 7
low indicator • 8
precautions • 88
Bluetooth
receiving, data • 82
sending, data • 82
settings • 81
Broadcast messages • 60
Browser, WAP • 42
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C
Calculator • 40
Call costs • 30
Call records
dialled • 29
missed • 29
received • 29
Call time • 29
Caller group
creating • 32
managing • 32
Caller ID • 80
Calls
answering • 24
barring • 79
diverting • 78
holding • 25
redialling • 23
rejecting • 24
waiting • 79
Camera
photos • 67
videos • 70
CB (Cell Broadcast) messages •
60
Characters, enter • 21
Conference call • 27
Connection tone • 78
Conversion • 40
Creating messages
e-mail • 53
MMS • 48
SMS • 45
Creating organiser
anniversaries • 64
events • 63
memos • 66
tasks • 64
D
Deleting
call records • 28
e-mails • 55
events • 65
memos • 67
missed alarms • 66
MMS messages • 49, 50
phonebook 33
photos • 73
SMS messages • 46
video clips • 74
Delivery reports, message •
47, 51
Dialled calls • 29
Display
language • 75
settings • 76
Diverting, calls • 78
DTMF tones, send • 27
E
E-mails
creating/sending • 53
deleting • 55
setting • 56
viewing • 54, 55
Emergency calls • 91
F
FDN (Fixed Dialling Number)
mode • 84
Forwarding
e-mails • 54
MMS messages • 50
Funbox • 60
G
Games • 34
Greeting message • 75
H
Health and safety • 87
Holding, call • 25
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I
K
Key tone volume • 77
Keypad tones
selecting • 77
sending • 26
L
Language, select • 75
Last number, redial • 23
Locking
media contents • 84
phone • 83
SIM card • 84
Loudspeaker • 25
Low battery indicator • 8
M
Memory status
downloaded items • 62
messages • 60
phonebook 34
scheduled events • 67
Message tone • 77
Messages
cell broadcast • 60
e-mail • 53
greeting • 75
MMS • 48
SMS • 45
voice • 59
web • 59
Minute minder • 78
missed alarm events • 66
Missed calls • 29
MMS messages
creating/sending • 48
deleting • 49, 50
setting • 51
viewing • 49, 50
MP3 player • 36
Multi-party calls • 27
Music, downloaded • 61
Muting
key tones • 26
microphone • 26
My name card • 33
N
Names
entering • 21
searching • 30
Network band, select • 80
Network selection • 79
Network services • 78
O
Organiser • 62
Outbox, messages
e-mail • 55
MMS • 50
SMS • 46
Own number • 33
P
Password
call barring • 79
phone • 84
Phone
care and maintenance •
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display • 10
icons • 10
locking • 83
password • 84
resetting • 85
switching on/off • 8
unpacking • 6
Phonebook
copying • 31
deleting • 33
editing • 31
managing • 33
options • 31
speed-dialling • 32
Photos
deleting • 73
taking • 67
viewing • 72
PIN, change • 83
PIN2, change • 84
Power on/off tone • 77
Privacy • 84
Problems, solve • 85
Index
Icons, description • 10
Images, downloaded • 60
Inbox, messages
e-mail • 54
MMS • 49
SMS • 45
Infrared, connect • 83
International calls • 23
Internet • 42
R
Received calls • 29
Received messages
e-mail • 54
MMS • 49
SMS • 45
Recording
videos • 70
voice memos • 38
Redialling
automatically • 75
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Index
manually • 23
Resetting phone • 85
Ringer
incoming calls • 77
messages • 77
Road safety • 89
Roaming • 79
S
Safety
information • 87
Security, calls • 83
Sent messages
e-mail • 55
MMS • 49, 50
SMS • 46
SIM card
inserting • 7
locking • 84
Slide settings • 75
SMS messages
creating/sending • 45
deleting • 46
setting • 47
viewing • 45, 46
Sound settings • 77
Sounds, downloaded • 62
Speed-dial • 32
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Stopwatch • 41
Switching on/off
microphone • 26
phone • 8
T
Templates
MMS • 51
text • 59
Text input mode, change • 21
Text, enter • 21
Timer • 41
Tone
connect • 78
keypad • 77
message • 77
minute minder • 78
power on/off • 77
slide • 77
V
Videos
deleting • 74
playing • 73
recording • 70
Voice clarity, microphone • 26
Voice mail • 59
Voice memos
playing • 38
recording • 38
Voicemail server • 59
W
Waiting call • 79
WAP browser
access • 42
bookmarks • 43
cache, clear • 43
World time • 39
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