Panasonic | EBX300 | Operating instructions | Panasonic EBX300 Operating Instructions

Operating Instructions Part 1
Digital Cellular Phone
Mobile Phone
Before operating this handset, please read these
instructions (parts 1 and 2) completely.
Contents
Getting Started .................. 1
Your phone................................. 1
Key functions.............................. 2
Displays...................................... 4
Fitting and removing
the battery ................................ 6
Fitting and removing the SIM ..... 7
Charging the battery................... 7
Battery level indicator ................. 8
Low battery power warning ........ 8
Symbols used in this manual...... 8
Basic Operations .............. 9
Switching the phone on/off ......... 9
Making a call .............................. 9
Answering a call ....................... 11
In-call operations ...................... 12
Incoming call while on a call..... 14
DTMF ....................................... 16
Text entry ................................. 17
Menu Display............................ 20
Exploring the Menus....... 21
My Phone Menu............... 22
My Media.................................. 23
Sounds ..................................... 26
Display...................................... 28
Language ................................. 31
Alerts ........................................ 32
Profiles ..................................... 33
Auto answer ............................. 37
Any key answer ........................ 37
Auto key lock ............................ 37
Shortcuts .................................. 38
Defaults .................................... 38
Contacts Menu ................ 39
Browsing the Contacts list ........ 40
Creating a Contacts list ............ 44
Groups...................................... 46
SDN.......................................... 46
Information number .................. 47
Memory status .......................... 47
My Numbers ............................. 48
Hotkey dial................................ 49
My Contacts ............................. 49
Games Menu.................... 50
Puddleland ............................... 50
Quadball ................................... 51
Exode ....................................... 51
Browser Menu ................. 52
Server settings ......................... 53
Starting the Browser ................. 54
Bookmarks ............................... 55
Push setting.............................. 56
Connectivity .............................. 57
Camera Menu................... 58
Your camera ............................. 59
Taking a picture ........................ 60
Camera settings ....................... 63
Recording a video clip .............. 67
Messages Menu............... 70
MMS settings............................ 71
Creating an MMS message ...... 73
Sending an MMS message ...... 75
Receiving an MMS message.... 75
Viewing an MMS message
in the Outbox.......................... 77
SMS settings ............................ 78
Creating an SMS message ...... 79
Receiving an SMS message .... 80
Viewing an SMS message
in the Outbox.......................... 81
User Messages ........................ 81
Memory status .......................... 82
Connectivity .............................. 82
Cell Broadcast .......................... 83
Phone Menu..................... 86
Call Service .............................. 87
Call Diverts ............................... 91
Security .................................... 92
Contents
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Network.....................................97
Records Menu ................. 98
Last dialled/Answered/
Unanswered number ..............98
Deleting the records..................99
Applications Menu ........ 100
Calendar .................................101
Scheduler................................103
Notes ......................................105
Clock.......................................106
Calculator................................109
Currency .................................110
Melody composer ...................111
Phone Menu ...........................112
Accessory ...................... 113
CD-ROM .................................113
Troubleshooting............ 114
Important Error
Messages ..................... 116
Glossary of Terms......... 118
Index............................... 120
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Contents
Getting Started
Your phone
(Side view)
Camera Lens
Self-portrait Mirror
Lens Cover:
Slide halfway down to activate
the camera.
Slide the cover all the way down
to pop open the display.
(Front view)
Earpiece
Display
Navigation Key:
Scroll/move through menus.
Right Soft Key:
Cancel/Exit.
Perform functions
indicated in the lower
right-hand corner of the
display.
Power/End Key:
Press and hold to switch
the phone on/off.
Left Soft Key:
Perform functions indicated
in the lower left-hand corner
of the display.
Send Key:
Answer/make a call.
Asterisk Key:
Press and hold to activate
the Browser.
Shutter Key:
Take a picture/record a
video clip.
Switch Camera Preview
mode on.
Charging Connector/
Personal Hands free Connector
Silent Mode Key:
Press and hold to switch
the Silent Mode on/off.
Getting Started
1
Key functions
Key
4
2
Function
Navigation Key: Scroll or move through menus, text and phone
numbers. In idle mode, press to activate the Shortcuts menus or
press and hold 1 to turn the Auto Key lock on.
A
Left Soft Key: Perform the functions indicated by text shown in the
lower left-hand corner of the display. In idle mode, press to activate
the Menu display, or press and hold to activate the Messages
menu.
@
Right Soft Key: Perform the functions indicated by text shown in
the lower right-hand corner of the display. Mainly used to cancel
and return to the previous menu level. In text entry mode, press to
delete text. In idle mode, press to access the Contacts list, or press
and hold to activate the Profiles menu.
# ~,
Numeric Keys: Enter numbers. Press and hold one of the keys
from % to , for Hotkey dialling, or $ for voice message
setting. In text entry mode, enter text, numbers and characters.
Press and hold # to enter a “+” (international access code) or “P”
(extension number code). To dial an extension number, dial the
phone number first, press and hold # to add a “P”, then enter the
extension number.
C
Send Key: Make a call or answer a call. In idle mode, press to
check the last dialled list. In text entry mode, press to switch
between input methods.
D
Power/End Key: End/reject a call. During key operations, press to
return to the previous display or press and hold to return to idle
mode. In idle mode, press and hold to switch the phone on/off.
!
Silent Mode Key: In idle mode, press to enter “#”, or press and hold
to switch the Silent Mode (Vibration on/Ring off) on/off. In text entry
mode, press to switch T9 smart English input mode on/off, or press
and hold to enter characters.
"
Asterisk Key: In idle mode, press to enter"
“ ”, or press and hold to
activate the Browser.
Getting Started
During a call
Minimal menu options are available during a call by pressing the following keys.
Key
Function
A
Activate Hands free/Hand held, Conference call, Call transfer, End,
Split, Contacts list, Messages menu, Call status.
@
Put the call on hold or resume while connected to a calling party.
Swap among calls while connected to two or more calling parties.
1
Increase the volume.
5
Decrease the volume.
C
Display the last dialled records list. Answer another call. If a phone
number is entered, hold the active call and call the number.
# ~,
!"
Send DTMF. Press and hold ! to switch the Hands free speaker
on/off.
In Camera Preview mode
Shutter Key: Press to take a picture or record a video clip.
Getting Started
3
Displays
Idle display
Status icons
Wallpaper
Left Soft Key
Selection Area
Right Soft Key
Selection Area
Idle clock
The clock appears on the display a few minutes after you press the last key.
NOTE: All screen images in this manual are simulated.
NOTE: Some services described in this manual are network dependent or may only be
available on a subscription basis. Some functions are SIM dependent. For more
information, contact your service provider.
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Getting Started
Status icons
The status icons are displayed or animated according to the currently activated
functions. The Antenna, Signal and Battery icons are displayed when the
handset is switched on and connected to a network. If there is no network
connection, the Signal icon will not be displayed.
Icon
Meaning
Indicate the received signal strength – No CPHS.
Indicate the received signal strength and Line 1 is enabled.
The SIM supports CPHS.
Indicate the received signal strength and Line 2 is enabled.
The SIM supports CPHS.
Registered to a non-home network – roaming.
Call Diverts is on.
Auto key lock is enabled.
Message area is full.
Unread message is stored.
Voice mail indicator (voice mail has been received)
Alarm is set.
All tones or ring volume is off.
Vibration alert is on.
GPRS service is active and available.
Battery charged.
Battery is charging.
Low battery
Abnormal charging
Getting Started
5
Fitting and removing the battery
Before removing the battery, ensure that the phone is switched off and the
charger is disconnected from the phone.
Fitting the battery
Remove the battery compartment cover.
Insert the battery, ensuring the 3 gold contacts align with the 3 gold pins in the phone.
Removing the battery
Push and hold the release latch ➊ towards the top of the phone, then lift the battery out ➋.
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Getting Started
Fitting and removing the SIM
The SIM is inserted under the battery.
Fitting the SIM
Ensure the gold contacts are facing
downwards before sliding the SIM into the
SIM holder.
Removing the SIM
Whilst holding the tab down, slide the SIM
out.
Charging the battery
Connecting and disconnecting the Travel Charger
The battery must be fitted in the phone before the charger is connected. Insert
the Charging Connector into the socket at the base of the phone before
connecting the charger to the mains outlet. Once connected, the Battery level
indicator will start scrolling (see “Battery level indicator” on page 8). It is
recommended to charge the battery for a minimum of 4 hours before first use.
NOTE: DO NOT force the connector as this may damage the phone and/or the charger.
If the battery has been deeply discharged, it may take several minutes before the
Battery level indicator is displayed.
When charging is complete, disconnect the charger from the outlet before
removing the plug from the phone.
Getting Started
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Battery level indicator
Phone Status
While charging
Charging complete
>
Phone on
Phone off
Low battery power warning
When the battery power is low, a “Battery is low” message will be displayed.
If this occurs during conversation, finish your call immediately. The power will
automatically switch off after the warning tone. Fully recharge the battery. See
“Charging the battery” on page 7. (Calls can be made and received while the
phone is charging.)
Symbols used in this manual
Symbols
154
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Meaning
Press Navigation Key in the direction indicated by the arrow.
A
Press Left Soft Key.
@
Press Right Soft Key.
# ~,
Press Numeric Keys.
C
Press Send Key.
D
Press Power/End Key.
"
Press Asterisk Key.
!
Press Silent Mode Key.
Getting Started
Basic Operations
Switching the phone on/off
1. Press and hold D for 2 to 3 seconds
2. The phone starts in idle mode
3. Press and hold D again to switch the
power off
Making a call
Ensure that the signal strength meter shows network coverage is available in
the current area.
➣ To make a call, start in idle mode.
Standard dialling
1. Enter the area code and phone number C
➣ The dialled number is displayed.
2. When the other party answers, talk into the
microphone
Earpiece volume: During a call, press 4 to adjust
the earpiece volume.
Contacts dialling
1. @ (Contacts)
2. 4 required phone number C
Basic Operations
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Last number dialling
1. C
2. 4 required phone number C
International dialling
The international access code (+) and the destination country/region code
should be entered, followed by the area code and phone number.
1. Press and hold # until “+” is displayed, then enter the country/region
code
2. Enter the area code and phone number C
NOTE: Many countries/regions include an initial “0” in the area code. This should, in
most cases, be omitted when dialling international numbers. If you have difficulties
making international calls, contact your service provider.
Emergency call
To make an emergency call, the antenna (
) must be present.
When SIM is inserted:
Enter the emergency number 112 C
When SIM is not inserted:
Enter the emergency number 112 C
OR
@ (SOS) > “Emergency call” A (Yes)
NOTE: Most countries support the international emergency number 112. If you find the
number does not work on your phone, please call your service provider. Making
emergency calls without a SIM is country or network operator dependent.
Ending a call
To hang up, D
➣ The duration of the call will be displayed.
➣ If Max cost is on, the remaining units will be displayed.
For setting “Max cost”, please refer to page 90.
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Basic Operations
Answering a call
C
OR
If “Any key answer” is on,
In idle mode
press any key except D
(See “Any key answer” on page 37.)
Rejecting an incoming call:
Press D
Ring volume:
From My Phone
1.
2.
3.
4 Sounds > Volume A (Select)
4 required ringtone A (Select)
4 adjust the volume level A (OK)
One click mute on incoming call:
To set the ringtone and the vibration off,
@ (Mute)
• To answer the call when Mute is enabled, A (Reply)
• To reject the call when Mute is enabled, @ (Reject)
Basic Operations
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In-call operations
During a call, the following options are available by pressing A (Menu) or
@ (Hold).
Hands free/Hand held
You can switch the phone between hands free and hand held.
During a call:
1.
2.
A (Menu)
4 Hands free or Hand held A (Select)
Contacts list
You can access the Contacts list that is stored in the SIM or in your phone.
During a call:
1.
2.
A (Menu)
4 Contacts list A (Select)
Messages
You can create, check, or send a message while on a call.
Please refer to “Creating an MMS message” on page 73 or “Creating an SMS
message” on page 79.
During a call:
1.
2.
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A (Menu)
4 Messages A (Select)
Basic Operations
Hold
You can put a call on hold.
During a call:
@ (Hold)
To resume:
@ (Retrieve)
NOTE: Hold is network dependent.
Making a second call
During a call:
1. Enter the second phone number or select a phone number from the Contacts list
(see “Contacts list” on page 12)
2. C
The first call is put on hold
NOTE: Making a second call is network dependent.
Basic Operations
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Incoming call while on a call
NOTE: Call waiting must be on – see “Call waiting” on page 87.
Call waiting is network dependent.
During a call, you may receive another call.
1. To answer another call, C (The first call is placed on hold.)
To disconnect another call, @ (Reject)
2. During a conversation with a second caller, the following options are available by pressing A (Menu) or @ (Swap):
Conference
To create a conference call, you must be connected to more than one call.
In a conference call, you can talk with up to 5 parties.
During a call:
1.
2.
A (Menu)
4 Conference A (Select)
NOTE: Conference is network dependent.
Call transfer
Call transfer connects your calling party to the other party on hold, then
disconnects your line, leaving the two callers in the conversation.
During a call:
1.
2.
A (Menu)
4 Call transfer A (Select)
NOTE: Call transfer is network dependent.
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Basic Operations
End
You can select one of the calls to disconnect while in a conference call.
During a call:
1.
2.
A (Menu)
4 End A (Select)
Split
You can separate an individual from the active conference call.
During a call:
1.
2.
A (Menu)
4 Split A (Select)
NOTE: Split is network dependent.
Call status
Call status allows you to disconnect the line or put a call on hold with the active
party. You can also activate a call that is put on hold.
During a call:
1.
2.
3.
4.
A (Menu)
4 Call status A (Select)
4 required active call A (Select)
A (End) to disconnect the line
OR
@ (Hold) to put the call on hold
• To resume, @ (Back).
• You can activate the required inactive call by pressing A (Join) in step 3.
Basic Operations
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Swap
When you are connected to two calls, you can switch between the active call
and the held call.
During a call:
@ (Swap) to switch to the other call on hold
DTMF
DTMF can be sent during a conversation. These are often used to access voice
mail, paging and computerised home banking. For example, you may need to
enter a number to remotely access voice mail messages. A phone number may
be stored in the Contacts together with a DTMF sequence, allowing the number
to be dialled upon recall and the DTMF sequence to be sent automatically.
To send DTMF during a call:
Enter digits (# ~ ,, ! or ").
Pause dial
Using pauses allows you to send DTMF automatically.
1. Enter the phone number
2. Press and hold # until a “P” is displayed at the end of the phone number
entered
3. Enter the DTMF digits after the pause, e.g. enter the number to access
voice mail messages
4. C
➣ When the call is connected, the DTMF sequence will be sent after 3 seconds.
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Basic Operations
Text entry
You can use alphanumeric characters to enter text:
Key
Text mode
T9® (T9abc, T9Abc, T9ABC)
(Input language: English)
#
$
%
&
'
(
)
*
+
,
C
"
!
Numeric
Multi tap
(Input mode indicator: abc, Abc or ABC)
(0 ~ 9)
Space 0. , ? ! + - = : ¿ ¡ ” ’ ; _
0
1/( )< >[]{}%~€ &
1
ABC2-
(a b c 2 -)
ABC2Ä
(a b c 2 ä à ç)
2
DEF3-
(d e f 3 -)
DEF3É
(d e f 3 é è)
3
GHI4-
(g h i 4 -)
GHI4
(g h i 4 ì)
4
JKL5-
(j k l 5 -)
JKL5
(j k l 5)
5
MNO6-
(m n o 6 -)
MNO6ÖÑ
(m n o 6 ö ñ ò)
6
PQRS7-
(p q r s 7 -)
PQRS7
(p q r s 7 ß)
7
TUV8-
(t u v 8 -)
TUV8Ü
(t u v 8 ü ù)
8
WXYZ9-
(w x y z 9 -)
WXYZ9ÆØÅ
(w x y z 9 æ ø å)
9
Shift mode
*Γ∆ΘΛΞΠΣΦΨΩ
*
(Hold) Space # £ $ ¥ ¤ @ \ § ^ I (new paragraph)
#
T9®
NOTE: Displayed characters in the
mode vary depending on the selected input
language.
Use ! to toggle T9® on/off.
In T9® mode, press A repeatedly until the correct word is displayed. When “-”
is reached, press @ to spell the word you require.
Basic Operations
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Shift mode change
In text entry mode, you can change mode by pressing and holding C.
Multi tap
abc
Abc
Tegic
ABC
123
T9abc
T9Abc
T9ABC
123
Text entry mode change
In text entry mode, to switch T9 mode on/off, press !.
Auto capital change
Auto capital affects Abc and T9Abc.
When the entry mode is changed to Abc or T9Abc, the first character is input as
upper case and subsequent letters as lower case.
When one of the following characters [. (Period) or ! or ?] is input before a space,
the next character is input as upper case.
T9® Text input:
Using this mode of text entry dramatically reduces the required number of key
presses.
Press a key once for any letter you require on that key. The desired letter may
not be displayed. Continue pressing other keys until the end of a word is
reached, then check that the word has been typed correctly before continuing
on to the next word. If the combination of letters typed has produced a word
which is not the one you require, press A repeatedly until the correct word is
displayed. Then continue to the next word.
Example of Text entry in T9Abc Mode
To type a new message, follow these steps:
1. At the beginning of a new message, press and hold @ (Clear) to delete
previous text, if necessary
2. Press C to change letter case, if necessary
3. Press % % ( (. “Call” is displayed
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Basic Operations
Note that the displayed words change as you type. Always type to the end of the
word before editing.
T9® languages can be selected from T9 input – see “T9® input” on page 31.
If the word you require is not in the internal dictionary, it should be entered using
the Multi tap mode.
Other text modes
Multi tap mode (abc, Abc or ABC):
Each time a key is pressed in quick succession, the next character available on
that key is displayed. Releasing the key or pressing another key enters the
character displayed. The cursor moves to the next position.
In T9 (Abc) or Multi tap (Abc) mode, the first entered letter in a sentence is in
upper case.
Basic Operations
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Menu Display
NOTE: Menu display contents are dependent on your SIM.
The menu system allows you to access functions which do not have their own
dedicated buttons on the keypad.
In idle mode
1. A (Menu)
The main menu display has 9 menu options
(see “Exploring the Menus” on page 21)
2. 4 required menu A (Select)
To go back to the Menu display:
D or @ repeatedly until the Menu display returns.
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Basic Operations
Exploring the Menus
The 9 main menus are as follows:
My Phone
My Media.............................. 23
Sounds ................................. 26
Display ................................. 28
Language ............................. 31
Alerts .................................... 32
Profiles ................................. 33
Auto answer ......................... 37
Any key answer.................... 37
Auto key lock........................ 37
Shortcuts .............................. 38
Defaults ................................ 38
Contacts
Browse ................................. 40
Create .................................. 44
Groups ................................. 46
SDN...................................... 46
Information number .............. 47
Memory status...................... 47
My Numbers......................... 48
Hotkey dial ........................... 49
My Contacts ......................... 49
Games
Puddleland ........................... 50
Quadball............................... 51
Exode ................................... 51
Browser
Start browser........................ 54
Bookmarks ........................... 55
Settings ................................ 53
Push setting ......................... 56
Connectivity.......................... 57
* STK (SIM Tool Kit) is SIM dependent.
Camera
- (Camera)
Camera Preview mode .........60
Still Picture mode ..................60
- (Video)
Video Preview mode .............67
Still Picture mode ..................67
Messages
Create .............................73, 79
Inbox ...............................75, 80
Outbox ............................77, 81
User Messages .....................81
Memory status ......................82
Settings ...........................71, 78
Connectivity ..........................82
Cell Broadcast.......................83
Phone Menu (or STK)*
Call Service...........................87
Call Diverts............................91
Security .................................92
Network.................................97
Records
Last dialled............................98
Answered ..............................98
Unanswered..........................98
Delete records.......................99
Applications
Calendar .............................101
Scheduler............................103
Notes...................................105
Clock ...................................106
Calculator............................109
Currency .............................110
Melody composer................111
(Phone Menu) .....................112
Exploring the Menus
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My Phone Menu
My Phone
22
My Media
My Pictures..............................23
My Sounds...............................24
My Videos................................24
User 1 ~ 4 ................................25
Memory status .........................25
Sounds
Volume ....................................26
Ringtones ................................27
Keytone ...................................27
Warning tone ...........................27
Shutter sound ..........................28
Display
Wallpaper ................................28
Greeting...................................29
Animation.................................29
Contrast ...................................29
Brightness................................30
Colour themes .........................30
Hide network name..................30
Language
T9 input....................................31
Display Languages ..................31
Alerts
Ring only..................................32
None ........................................32
Ring & Vibrate .........................32
Vibrate only..............................32
Ring once ................................32
Profiles
Normal .....................................33
Quiet ........................................33
Outdoors..................................33
Headset ...................................33
Meeting....................................33
Customer .................................33
Auto answer
............................................................................... 37
Any key answer
............................................................................... 37
Auto key lock
............................................................................... 37
Shortcuts
............................................................................... 38
Defaults
............................................................................... 38
My Phone Menu
My Media
My Pictures
Pictures taken by the built-in camera or images downloaded
from the Internet are stored in the My Pictures folder.
From My Phone
4 My Media A (Select)
4 My Pictures
A (Select)
3. 4 required picture
A (Select)
4. 4 required option
A (Select)
1.
2.
The following options are
available after selecting the picture:
-
View
Send via MMS
Set as wallpaper
Rename
Copy
Cut
Paste
Delete
Delete all
My Phone Menu
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My Sounds
Downloaded sounds are stored in the My Sounds folder.
From My Phone
1.
2.
3.
4.
4 My Media A (Select)
4 My Sounds A (Select)
4 required sound A (Select)
4 required option A (Select)
The following options are available after selecting the sound:
-
Send via MMS
Set as ringtone
Rename
Copy
Cut
Paste
Delete
Delete all
My Videos
Video clips recorded by the built-in video recorder are stored in
the My Videos folder.
From My Phone
1.
2.
3.
4.
4 My Media A (Select)
4 My Videos A (Select)
4 required video A (Select)
4 required option A (Select)
The following options are available after selecting the video clip:
-
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View
Send via MMS
Rename
Copy
Cut
Paste
Delete
Delete all
My Phone Menu
User 1 ~ 4
You can also store your pictures, videos and sounds in the user
defined folders:
From My Phone
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
4 My Media A (Select)
4 My Pictures, My Sounds or My Videos A (Select)
4 required file A (Select)
4 Copy A (Select)
@ (Back)
4 User 1, User 2, User 3 or User 4 A (Select)
A (Select) Paste A (Select)
Memory status
From My Phone
1.
2.
4 My Media A (Select)
4 Memory status
A (Select)
➣ The available memory space and
used memory space are
displayed.
My Phone Menu
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Sounds
Volume
You can change the volume of the following events:
-
Other call
Contacts call
Alarm
Messages
Cell Broadcast
Group 1 ~ 10
From My Phone
4 Sounds A (Select)
4 Volume A (Select)
4 required events
A (Select)
4. 4 adjust the volume level
A (OK)
1.
2.
3.
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My Phone Menu
Ringtones
You can change the ringtones of the following events:
-
Other call
Contacts call
Alarm
Messages
Cell Broadcast
Group 1 ~ 10
From My Phone
4 Sounds A (Select)
4 Ringtones A (Select)
4 required event A (Select)
4 Embedded melody, Downloaded melody or
Composed melody A (Select)
5. 4 required ringtone A (Select)
1.
2.
3.
4.
Keytone
The keytone is the sound you hear when you press a key.
From My Phone
1.
2.
3.
4 Sounds A (Select)
4 Keytone A (Select)
4 Off, Tone 1, Tone 2 or
Tone 3 A (Select)
Warning tone
The warning tone informs you of low battery.
From My Phone
1.
2.
4 Sounds A (Select)
4 Warning tone A (Select) > On/Off
My Phone Menu
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Shutter sound
The phone makes a shutter sound when you take a picture.
From My Phone
4 Sounds A (Select)
4 Shutter sound
A (Select)
3. 4 Shutter sound 1, 2, or 3
A (Select)
1.
2.
Display
Wallpaper
You can change the wallpaper on the idle display.
From My Phone
1.
2.
3.
4 Display A (Select)
4 Wallpaper A (Select)
4 Default image,
Download image
A (Select)
4. 4 required wallpaper
A (Options)
5. 4 Select A (Select)
➣ In step 3, select Off to show no
wallpaper on the idle display.
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My Phone Menu
Greeting
You can create a greeting message that is displayed each time
the phone is switched on.
From My Phone
1. 4 Display A (Select)
2. 4 Greeting @ (Edit)
3. Enter the greeting A (OK)
4. A (On/Off)
Animation
You can change the animation that is displayed when the phone
is switched on.
From My Phone
1.
2.
3.
4 Display A (Select)
4 Animation A (Select)
4 Animation 1 or Animation 2 A (Select)
Contrast
You can adjust the contrast of the display.
From My Phone
1.
2.
3.
4 Display A (Select)
4 Contrast A (Select)
4 adjust the contrast
A (OK)
My Phone Menu
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Brightness
You can adjust the brightness of the display.
From My Phone
1.
2.
3.
4 Display A (Select)
4 Brightness A (Change)
4 Maximum, High, Medium, or Low A (Select)
Colour themes
You can change the colour themes on the display.
From My Phone
4 Display A (Select)
4 Colour themes
A (Change)
3. 4 required colour theme
A (Select)
1.
2.
Hide network name
You can hide the network name which is shown in Idle mode.
From My Phone
1.
2.
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4 Display A (Select)
4 Hide network name A (Select) > On/Off
My Phone Menu
Language
T9® input
When you create text, this function dramatically reduces the
number of key presses.
From My Phone
1.
2.
3.
4 Language A (Select)
4 T9 input A (Select)
4 required input type A (Change) > On/Off
Display Languages
It is possible to change the display language on your phone.
From My Phone
1.
2.
3.
4 Language A (Select)
4 Display Languages A (Select)
4 required language A (Select)
My Phone Menu
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Alerts
You can set your phone to ring and/or vibrate when you receive
a call or message.
From My Phone
1.
2.
4 Alerts A (Select)
4 required alert
A (Select)
The following options are
available when a call or message
is received:
-
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Ring only
None
Ring & Vibrate
Vibrate only
Ring once
My Phone Menu
Profiles
Activating a profile
You can switch between 6 different profiles in your phone, each
with a distinct combination of alert method, ringtone, etc.
Profiles are set up for use in different environments.
From My Phone
1.
2.
3.
4 Profiles A (Select)
4 required profile A (Options)
4 Activate A (Select)
The following profiles are available:
Normal
Suitable for everyday settings.
Quiet
Ringtone for formal occasions.
Outdoors
For noisy environments.
Headset
Ringing with vibration when it is difficult to
hear the ringtone.
Meeting
For meetings.
Customer
For business settings.
My Phone Menu
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Setting a profile
You can customise a profile by
changing the alerts, volume,
keytone, warning tone, and/or
brightness.
Alerts:
From My Phone
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
4 Profiles A (Select)
4 required profile A (Options)
4 Change settings A (Select)
4 Alerts A (Select)
4 required alert A (Select)
The following options are available when a call or message is
received:
-
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Ring only
None
Ring & Vibrate
Vibrate only
Ring once
My Phone Menu
Volume:
From My Phone
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
4 Profiles A (Select)
4 required profile
A (Options)
4 Change settings
A (Select)
4 Volume A (Select)
4 required event
A (Select)
4 adjust the volume level
A (OK)
You can change the ring volume of the following events:
(See “Sounds” on page 26 for details.)
-
Other call
Contacts call
Alarm
Messages
Cell Broadcast
Group 1 ~ 10
Keytone:
From My Phone
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
4 Profiles A (Select)
4 required profile A (Options)
4 Change settings A (Select)
4 Keytone A (Select)
4 Off, Tone 1, Tone 2 or Tone 3 A (Select)
My Phone Menu
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Warning tone:
From My Phone
1.
2.
3.
4.
4 Profiles A (Select)
4 required profile A (Options)
4 Change settings A (Select)
4 Warning tone A (Select) > On/Off
Brightness:
From My Phone
4 Profiles A (Select)
4 required profile
A (Options)
3. 4 Change settings
A (Select)
4. 4 Brightness A (Select)
5. 4 Maximum, High,
1.
2.
Medium or Low
A (Select)
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My Phone Menu
Auto answer
When you use the optional personal hands free earpiece, you
can answer a call automatically.
From My Phone
4 Auto answer A (Change) > On/Off
Any key answer
Calls can be answered by pressing any key (except D).
From My Phone
4 Any key answer A (Change) > On/Off
Auto key lock
The Auto key lock is used to prevent any keys from being
pressed accidentally e.g. when the phone is being carried. This
function automatically turns on shortly after the phone returns to
Idle mode.
From My Phone
4 Auto key lock
A (Change) > On/Off
My Phone Menu
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Shortcuts
It is possible to make the shortcut for the specific menu so that
you can access the menu directly from Idle mode.
From My Phone
1.
2.
4 Shortcuts A (Select)
4 required menu
A (Change) > On/Off
Defaults
All personal settings are returned to their factory default
settings.
From My Phone
1. 4 Defaults A (Select)
2. “Restore default settings?”
A (Yes) or @ (No)
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My Phone Menu
Contacts Menu
Contacts
Browse
SIM ..........................................40
Phone ......................................40
Create
SIM ..........................................44
Phone ......................................44
Groups
Group 1 ~ 10............................46
SDN
............................................................................... 46
Information number*
............................................................................... 47
Memory status
............................................................................... 47
My Numbers
............................................................................... 48
Hotkey dial
............................................................................... 49
My Contacts
SIM ..........................................49
Phone ......................................49
* Information number is SIM dependent.
Contacts Menu
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Browsing the Contacts list
Viewing the Contacts list in your SIM/Phone
You can search for a number in the Contacts list.
From Contacts
4 Browse > SIM or Phone
A (Select)
2. 4 required contact entry
@ (View)
1.
OR
➣ Enter a letter to find a contact
beginning with the specific letter
A (Options) >
4 View A (Select)
Editing the Contacts list
From Contacts
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
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4 Browse > SIM or Phone
A (Select)
4 required contact entry
A (Options)
4 Edit A (Select)
Enter the name 5
Enter the phone number 5
@ (Change) required
location 5
@ (Change) required record number A (Save)
Contacts Menu
Deleting a Contacts entry
From Contacts
1. 4 Browse > SIM or Phone A (Select)
2. 4 required contact entry A (Options)
3. 4 Delete A (Select)
4. “Delete this entry?”
A (Yes) or @ (No)
Deleting all Contacts entries
From Contacts
1. 4 Browse > SIM or Phone A (Select)
2. A (Options)
3. 4 Delete all A (Select)
4. “Delete all entries?” A (Yes) or @ (No)
Copying the Contacts entries to your SIM/Phone
From Contacts
4 Browse > SIM or Phone
A (Select)
2. 4 required contact entry
A (Options)
3. 4 Copy to Phone or Copy
to SIM A (Select)
1.
4. “Copy entry to phone?” or
“Copy entry to SIM card?”
A (Yes) or @ (No)
Contacts Menu
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Copying all Contacts entries to your SIM/Phone
From Contacts
1. 4 Browse > SIM or Phone A (Select)
2. 4 required contact entry A (Options)
3. 4 Copy all to Phone or Copy all to SIM A (Select)
4. “Copy all entries to phone?” or “Copy all entries to SIM
card?” A (Yes) or @ (No)
Sending as SMS
From Contacts
1. 4 Browse > SIM or Phone A (Select)
2. 4 required contact entry A (Options)
3. 4 Send SMS A (Select)
4. Enter text A (Options)
5. 4 required option A (Select)
The following options are available:
-
Send
Save
Save & send
Picture & sound
Format
User Messages
➣ Please see “Creating an SMS message” on page 79 for details.
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Contacts Menu
Sending as MMS
From Contacts
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
4 Browse > SIM or Phone A (Select)
4 required contact entry A (Options)
4 Send MMS A (Select)
@(Insert)
4 required media to insert A (Select)
A (Options)
4 required option A (Select)
The following options are available when adding a required item
to your MMS message:
-
Insert picture
Insert text
Insert video
Insert sound
Insert page
The following options are available after completing your MMS
message:
-
Send
Store
Delete items
Info
Page timing
Preview page
Preview MMS
➣ Please see “MMS Options” on page 74 for details.
Contacts Menu
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Creating a Contacts list
Storing a Contacts entry in your SIM
From Contacts
1. 4 Create A (Select)
2. 4 SIM A (Select)
3. Enter the name 5
4. Enter the phone number 5
5. @ (Change) required location 5
6. @ (Change) required record number A (Save)
➣ “Saved in SIM card” is displayed.
➣ You can select the country code by pressing @ (+List) in step 4.
NOTE: The length and amount of data are SIM dependent.
Storing a Contacts entry in your phone
From Contacts
1. 4 Create A (Select)
2. 4 Phone A (Select)
3. Enter the name 5
4. Enter the phone number 5
5. Enter the office phone number 5
6. Enter the mobile phone number 5
7. Enter the E-mail address 5
8. Enter notes 5
9. @ (Change) required group 5
10. A (Options) > 4 Change A (Select) >
4 required caller ID A (Select) 5
11. A (Options) > 4 Change A (Select) >
4 required melody A (Select)
12. When entries are completed, A (Options)
13. 4 Save A (Select)
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Contacts Menu
➣ “Saved in phone” is displayed.
➣ You can select the country code by pressing @ (+List) in step 4.
➣ The entries are grouped together and are retained even if you
damage your SIM.
FDN
Storing a Contacts entry in FDN:
To store a fixed dial number, you need to enter your PIN2 code.
The Fixed dial feature allows you to limit your outgoing calls to
a certain set of numbers saved in FDN, which is located in your
SIM. When this function is on, only the Fixed dial numbers can
be dialled, and any attempt to call any other number will fail.
From Contacts
1. 4 Create A (Select)
2. 4 SIM A (Select)
3. Enter the name 5
4. Enter the phone number 5
5. @ (Change) FDN 5
6. @ (Change) required record
number A (Save)
7. Enter your PIN2 A (OK)
➣ To activate the Fixed dial function, see page 95 for details.
➣ When the Fixed dial function is enabled, only the Contacts entries
stored in FDN can be edited.
➣ When the Fixed dial function is disabled, the Contacts entries
stored in FDN and ADN can be edited.
➣ You can select the country code by pressing @ (+List) in step 4.
Contacts Menu
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Groups
You can categorise the Contacts list stored in your phone into
10 groups. You can select a particular ringtone for each group
to identify the incoming call.
From Contacts
4 Groups A (Select)
4 required group
A (Options)
3. 4 required option A (Select)
1.
2.
The following options are available:
View
View the Contacts entries in the selected
group.
Set ringtone
Set the required ringtone.
Set image
Set the required icon to identify the group.
Rename
Rename the group.
Remove entries
Delete all Contacts entries in the selected
group.
SDN
The SDN is a number provided by your network operator. These
numbers are stored in the GSM-based SIM. You can view the
list of SDNs or call the required SDN.
From Contacts
1.
2.
4 SDN A (Select)
4 required SDN A (Select) to call the number
OR
@ (View) to view the details
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Contacts Menu
Information number
The Information number is sometimes included in a SIM which
supports CPHS and Information Dialling Number.
From Contacts
1.
2.
4 Information number A (Select)
4 required information number A (Select)
NOTE: Information number is SIM dependent.
Memory status
Memory status shows how many locations are available in the
Contacts list.
From Contacts
4 Memory status A (Select)
Maximum memory capacity:
- ADN: 255 locations
(SIM dependent)
- FDN: 50 locations
(SIM dependent)
- Phone: 500 locations
➣ ADN (Abbreviated Dialling Number) is
used for quick access to frequently dialled numbers.
Contacts Menu
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My Numbers
My Numbers is a handy phone book where names and phone
numbers can be stored and viewed.
From Contacts
1. 4 My Numbers A (Select)
2. 4 < Empty > A (Options)
3. 4 Edit A (Select)
4. Enter the phone number 5
5. Enter the name A (Save)
After storing My Numbers entries, you can view the entries by
pressing @ (View).
The following options are available by pressing A (Options)
in step 2 when you select the required entry:
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View
View the selected My Numbers entry.
Edit
Edit the selected My Numbers entry.
Delete
Delete the selected My Numbers entry.
Contacts Menu
Hotkey dial
Setting the Hotkey dial
You can quickly dial phone numbers stored at locations
002 ~ 009 in the Contacts list.
From Contacts
1. 4 Hotkey dial A (Select)
2. 4 required Hotkey @ (Edit)
3. 4 required Contacts entry A (Select)
4. “Switch on hotkey setting” A (Yes) or @ (No)
5. 4 required Hotkey A (On/Off)
➣ You must assign a required Contacts entry a Hotkey before
switching the Hotkey on/off.
NOTE: This function is SIM dependent.
Using the Hotkey dial
In idle mode
Press and hold a numeric key (% ~ ,)
My Contacts
You can select SIM or Phone so that the Contacts list directly
accessed from Idle mode is set to the SIM or Phone Contacts
list.
From Contacts
1.
2.
4 My Contacts A (Select)
4 SIM or Phone A (Select)
Contacts Menu
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Games Menu
Games
Puddleland
............................................................................... 50
Quadball
............................................................................... 51
Exode
............................................................................... 51
To select the game:
From Games
4 Puddleland, Quadball or Exode A (Select).
Puddleland
You cannot help falling in love with the cute little frog making his
way by swallowing his enemies and spitting them out. Even the
monsters are adorable. But don’t be mistaken by the brilliant
and lovable characters. This is a challenging platform game,
where you need to keep on your toes if you want to stay ahead.
To start the game:
Press 4 to select START, then
press A.
Key operation:
' or C (move left),
) or D (move right),
5, & or + (down),
1, % or # (jump),
A (swallow and spit out),
@ (Quit), " or ! (pause).
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Games Menu
Quadball
You direct the differently coloured bubbles, and they merge with
bubbles of the same shape.
To start the game:
Press A to start the game.
Key operation:
' or C (left),
) or D (right),
% or 1 (rotate left),
+ or 5 (rotate right),
A or ( (quickly down),
@ or ! (paused).
Exode
The ball bounces off the walls and the bar that you control.
You pick up different objects that fall down when you destroy the
“bricks”.
To start the game:
Press A or ( to start the game.
Key operation:
C or ' (left),
D or ) (right),
A (start),
@ or ! (paused).
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Browser Menu
Browser
52
Start browser
............................................................................... 54
Bookmarks
............................................................................... 55
Settings
............................................................................... 53
Push setting
Always all.................................56
Always none ............................56
Always this specific SMS centre ...56
Connectivity
CSD settings............................57
GPRS settings .........................57
GPRS info................................57
Browser Menu
Server settings
The phone’s WAP (Wireless Application Protocol) Browser
enables you to access Internet services supported by the
network, such as news, weather reports, sports etc.
Before Internet services can be accessed, you need to
subscribe to your network operator or Internet service provider
(ISP) to enable the relevant configuration information. Please
contact your network service provider if you have problems with
your network settings.
NOTE: Modifying the default settings may cause failure of the
Browser.
From Browser
1.
2.
4 Settings A (Select)
4 required server
@ (Edit)
Five server settings can be set up
in the phone. If you find your
server's name under the settings
option, select the server and
@ (Edit).
If no settings are present, contact your network service provider
for these settings.
You can edit the following settings:
-
Server name
IP address
IP port
Homepage
Linger time
Connection (Auto, CSD or GPRS)
CSD settings
GPRS settings
NOTE: You need to set CSD settings or GPRS settings before
setting the server information. See “Connectivity” on page 57.
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Those configuration options will be given by your network
service provider.
After completing the entry, press A (Save), then press
A (Launch).
The first time that the Browser is activated there will be no
content stored so the Home URL content will be displayed (as
defined by the network operator). The Home URL will be
recalled from the cache each time the Browser is activated (the
cache is the phone's memory that stores content downloaded in
the past).
Starting the Browser
From Browser
1. 4 Start browser A (Select)
2. Follow the instructions on the display
➣ While browsing a home page, press C. The menus below will be
displayed.
➣ To end the Browser, press and hold D.
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Home
Jump to the home page which is pre-defined in
Settings.
Bookmarks
Select one of your bookmarks and jump to the
page, or bookmark the page.
Save Items
Save items in the currently displayed page.
Reload
Reload and update the currently displayed page.
Go To URL
Enter a URL and jump to the currently displayed
page.
Show URL
Display the URL of the currently displayed page.
SnapShots
Capture the screen image of the currently
displayed page.
Advanced
Inbox, Restart Browser and About... can be
selected.
Settings
Scroll Mode, Downloads, View Title Region,
Security and Send Referrer can be selected.
Browser Menu
Bookmarks
Once you set your favourite page as a bookmark, you can
quickly jump to the page.
Adding the Bookmark from the Browser menu
From Browser
4 Bookmarks
A (Select)
2. 4 required empty bookmark
A (Options)
3. 4 Edit A (Select)
1.
4. Enter the title and URL
A (Save)
To bookmark Panasonic Box:
Enter
http://wap.panasonicbox.com
in step 4, then press A (Save).
NOTE: Panasonic Box is network dependent.
Browser Menu
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Adding the Bookmark to the home page
From Browser
1. 4 Start browser A (Select)
2. Press the Openwave icon
OR
C
3. 4 Bookmarks A (Select)
4. 4 Mark Site A
5. A (Save) to save the URL
Viewing the Bookmark
From Browser
4 Bookmarks
A (Select)
2. 4 required bookmark
A (Options)
3. 4 Launch A (Select)
1.
➣ You can press @ (Launch) in
step 2 after selecting the required
bookmark.
NOTE: This service is network dependent or may only be available on
a subscription basis.
Push setting
You can set the push setting to decide how you want to receive
push messages sent by your service provider.
From Browser
1.
2.
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4 Push setting A (Select)
4 Always all, Always none or Always this specific
SMS centre A (Select)
Browser Menu
Connectivity
You must set the data connections (GPRS and CSD settings)
before setting the server information.
From Browser
4 Connectivity A (Select)
4 CSD settings, GPRS settings or GPRS info
A (Select)
3. 4 required setting A (Select)
4. Edit the required information A (Save)
1.
2.
You can edit the following after selecting the required
connection setting:
CSD settings:
-
Server name
Call type (ISDN/Analogue)
Dial number
Login name
Password
GPRS settings:
-
Server name
GPRS APN
Login name
Password
Authentication
(Activate/Deactivate)
GPRS info:
You can also select the GPRS info in step 2 to view the memory
and duration of the GPRS service used.
Browser Menu
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Camera Menu
Camera
Camera
Camera Preview mode
Video ....................................67
Self timer ..............................63
Twilight .................................63
Close up mode .....................64
Image size ............................64
Brightness.............................65
Quality ..................................65
Special effects ......................65
Frame ...................................66
Anti flicker .............................66
Defaults ................................66
Still Picture mode
Viewfinder .............................61
Send via MMS ......................62
Set as wallpaper ...................62
View pictures ........................62
Video
Video Preview mode
Camera .................................60
Quality ..................................67
Defaults ................................67
Still Picture mode
Play.......................................68
Viewfinder .............................68
Send via MMS ......................68
View videos ..........................69
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Camera Menu
Your camera
(Left side view)
(Right side view: LCD Open)
Camera Lens
Self-portrait Mirror
LCD
Lens Cover:
Shutter Key:
Slide the cover halfway down to turn the Camera
Preview mode on. When the cover is in the
uppermost position, the Camera Preview mode
is off. When the cover is slid all the way down,
the LCD pops open.
Press to take a picture or record a video clip.
If the Camera Preview mode is not on even with
the Lens Cover open, press to turn the Camera
Preview mode on.
Camera Menu
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Taking a picture
You can take pictures with the built-in camera and send them in
multimedia (MMS) e-mail messages. You can also use them as
wallpaper.
Camera Preview mode:
In Idle mode or from the Camera menu, slide the Lens Cover
halfway down to launch the Camera Preview mode. You can
also turn the Camera Preview mode on by pressing the Shutter
Key if the Camera Preview mode is not on even with the Lens
Cover open.
Still Picture mode:
In Camera Preview mode, press the Shutter Key to take a
picture. The display then turns into the Still Picture mode.
In Camera Preview mode
Press the Shutter Key to take a
picture.
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Camera Menu
Key functions in Camera Preview mode
Key
Function
1
Press to zoom in.
5
Press to zoom out.
!
Press to activate the camera function menu:
Self timer, Twilight, Close up mode, Image Size,
Brightness, Quality, Effect and Frame. When the
menu appears on the display, press $ ~ +
to activate the required function.
"
Press to display the camera function icons:
Self timer, Twilight, Close up mode, Image Size,
Brightness and Quality. When the icons appear
on the display, press $ ~ ) to activate the
required function.
$~+
Press to activate the camera functions:
Self timer, Twilight, Close up mode, Image Size,
Brightness, Quality, Effect and Frame.
Zoom
In Camera Preview mode
Press 1 to zoom in or 5 to zoom out.
Viewfinder
In Still Picture mode
1.
2.
A (Options)
4 Viewfinder A (Select)
➣ The viewfinder brings you back to the Camera Preview mode.
Camera Menu
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Sending the picture via MMS
In Still Picture mode
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
A (Options)
4 Send via MMS A (Select)
@ (Insert) to add multimedia files
A (Options)
4 Send A (Select)
4 enter the required information A (Options)
4 Send A (Select)
Setting the picture as Wallpaper
In Still Picture mode
1.
2.
A (Options)
4 Set as wallpaper A (Select)
Viewing the stored picture
In Still Picture mode
1.
2.
3.
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A (Options)
4 View pictures A (Select)
4 required picture A (Select)
Camera Menu
Camera settings
Self timer
The self timer delays shooting for 10 seconds.
In Camera Preview mode
1.
2.
3.
A (Options)
4 Self timer A (Select)
4 On or Off A (Select)
Twilight
You can turn the Twilight mode on when taking a picture in low
light conditions.
In Camera Preview mode
1.
2.
3.
A (Options)
4 Twilight A (Select)
4 On or Off A (Select)
Camera Menu
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Close up mode
You can turn the close up mode on when taking a picture at a
close range.
In Camera Preview mode
A (Options)
4 Close up mode
A (Select)
3. 4 On or Off A (Select)
1.
2.
Image size
You can make your picture larger or smaller.
In Camera Preview mode
1.
2.
3.
A (Options)
4 Image size A (Select)
4 required image size A (Select)
The following image sizes are available:
-
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Camera Menu
128 × 96 (pixels)
640 × 480 (pixels)
352 × 288 (pixels)
320 × 240 (pixels)
176 × 144 (pixels)
160 × 120 (pixels)
Brightness
You can adjust the brightness in 7 steps.
In Camera Preview mode
1.
2.
3.
A (Options)
4 Brightness A (Select)
4 adjust the brightness
A (Select)
Quality
You can choose the image quality of your picture.
In Camera Preview mode
1.
2.
3.
A (Options)
4 Quality A (Select)
4 Fine, Normal or Economy A (Select)
➣ Fine produces a large file with a high resolution, while Economy
produces a small file with a low resolution.
Special effects
You can change your picture’s colours.
In Camera Preview mode
1.
2.
3.
A (Options)
4 Special effects A (Select)
4 Normal, Mono, Sepia or Bluish A (Select)
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Frame
You can take a picture with a frame of your choice.
In Camera Preview mode
1.
2.
3.
A (Options)
4 Frame A (Select)
4 Off or Frame 1 ~ 5
A (Select)
➣ If the image size is 176 × 144
pixels or larger, the frame will not
appear.
Anti flicker
You can minimise flicker that appears on the screen by
changing the anti flicker setting. When the display flickers,
you can change Anti flicker to 50 Hz or 60 Hz.
Choosing 50 Hz or 60 Hz is country dependent.
In Camera Preview mode
1.
2.
3.
A (Options)
4 Anti flicker A (Select)
4 50 Hz or 60 Hz A (Select)
➣ When taking a picture, flickers may appear in certain environments.
Defaults
All personal settings can be returned to their factory default
settings.
In Camera Preview mode
1.
2.
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A (Options)
4 Defaults A (Select)
Camera Menu
Recording a video clip
While the Camera Preview mode is active, the camera can be
switched to a video recorder.
Video Preview mode:
In Idle mode or from the Camera menu, slide the Lens Cover
halfway down and press the Right Soft Key to launch the Video
Preview mode. You can also turn the Video Preview mode on
by pressing the Shutter Key followed by the Right Soft Key.
Still Picture mode:
In Video Preview mode, press the Shutter Key to record a video
clip. When filming is complete, the display then turns into the
Still Picture mode.
To switch the Camera Preview mode to the Video Preview
mode: press @.
Key functions in Video Preview mode
Key
!
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Function
Press to activate the video function menu.
Press to display the video function icon.
Quality
In Video Preview mode
1.
2.
3.
A (Options)
4 Quality A (Select)
4 Fine, Normal or Economy A (Select)
Defaults
In Video Preview mode
1.
2.
A (Options)
4 Defaults A (Select)
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Recording
In Video Preview mode
Press the Shutter Key to start
recording a video clip.
Press the Shutter Key once more
to stop recording a video clip.
➣ The quality of display images may
vary depending on the object or
environment.
➣ Displayed images may distort
when shooting moving objects
especially in a fast moving environment.
Playing the video clip
In Still Picture mode
1.
2.
A (Options)
4 Play A (Select)
Viewfinder
In Still Picture mode
1.
2.
A (Options)
4 Viewfinder A (Select)
Sending the video clip via MMS
In Still Picture mode
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
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A (Options)
4 Send via MMS A (Select)
@ (Insert) to add multimedia files
A (Options)
4 Send A (Select)
4 enter the required information A (Options)
4 Send A (Select)
Camera Menu
Viewing the stored video clips
In Still Picture mode
1.
2.
3.
A (Options)
4 View videos A (Select)
4 required video clip A (Select)
Camera Menu
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Messages Menu
Messages
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Create
MMS ........................................73
SMS.........................................79
Inbox
MMS ........................................75
SMS.........................................80
Outbox
MMS ........................................77
SMS.........................................81
User Messages
............................................................................... 81
Memory status
MMS ........................................82
SMS.........................................82
Settings
MMS ........................................71
SMS.........................................78
Connectivity
CSD settings............................82
GPRS settings .........................82
Cell Broadcast
Auto display .............................83
Read Messages.......................83
Message List ...........................83
Topic list ..................................84
Languages...............................85
Messages Menu
MMS settings
Configuring MMS
From Messages
1.
2.
3.
4.
4 Settings A (Select)
4 MMS A (Select)
4 Server list A (Select)
4 required server
@ (Edit)
NOTE: Your network operator may have pre-installed this number. Do
not change this number as it may cause failure of MMS messaging.
Five server settings can be set up in the phone. If you find your
server’s name under the settings option, select the server and
@ (Edit). If no settings are present, contact your network
service provider for these settings.
You can edit the following settings:
-
Server name
IP address
IP port
MMSC address
Linger time
Connection (CSD or GPRS)
CSD settings
GPRS settings
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Setting the Send options
From Messages
1.
2.
3.
4.
4 Settings A (Select)
4 MMS A (Select)
4 Send options A (Select)
4 required send option A (Select)
The following Send options are available:
Delivery report
Decide whether or not you want confirmation that
your message has been delivered.
Select On or Off.
Own address
Choose whether or not to let the recipient see
your address.
Select Show or Hide.
Validity period
Set the duration that your message is stored at
the message centre. Select 1 hour, 12 hours,
1 day, 1 week or Maximum.
Priority
Set the priority level for your sent messages.
Select High, Normal or Low.
Setting the Receive options
From Messages
1.
2.
3.
4.
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4 Settings A (Select)
4 MMS A (Select)
4 Receive options A (Select)
4 required receive option A (Select)
Messages Menu
The following receive options are available when you want to
decide how to deal with incoming MMS message:
Normal
Select Auto retrieve, Auto reject or Auto defer.
Anonymous
sender
Select Auto retrieve or Auto reject.
Advertisements
Select Auto retrieve or Auto reject.
Delivery report
Select Permit or Reject.
Creating an MMS message
Inserting a multimedia file
From Messages
1.
2.
3.
4.
4 Create A (Select)
4 MMS A (Select)
@ (Insert)
4 required insert option
A (Select)
The following options are
available to select the required
multimedia file:
-
Insert picture
Insert text
Insert video
Insert sound
Insert page
Messages Menu
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MMS Options
From Messages
4 Create A (Select)
4 MMS A (Select)
@ (Insert)
4 required insert option
A (Select)
5. 4 required file A (Select)
6. A (Options)
7. 4 required option
A (Select)
1.
2.
3.
4.
After completing an MMS message, you can select one of the
following options:
Send the completed MMS message. Press
Send
A (Options) to recall the Contacts list, then
select the recipient’s phone number. Press
A (Options) once more to send the message.
Store the completed MMS message. Press
Store
A (OK) to confirm that the message has been
saved.
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Delete items
Delete the selected text, picture, sound and/or
video clip.
Info
Show the page timing, the type of image and/or
attached sound files, the message size, the
image size and the resolution.
Page timing
Set the time intervals at which each page is sent.
Delete page
Delete the selected page.
Preview page
Preview the selected page.
Preview MMS
Preview the completed MMS message.
Messages Menu
Sending an MMS message
From Messages
1. 4 Create A (Select)
2. 4 MMS A (Select)
3. @ (Insert)
4. 4 required insert option A (Select)
5. 4 required file A (Select)
6. A (Options)
7. 4 Send A (Select)
8. Enter the phone number
OR
A (Options) 4 Contacts list A (Select) to select the
phone number
9.
A (Options) Send A (Select)
Receiving an MMS message
From Messages
1.
2.
3.
4.
4 Inbox A (Select)
4 MMS A (Select)
4 Waiting A (Select)
4 required MMS message
@ (Download) to receive
the MMS message
OR
3.
4.
4 Received A (Select)
4 required MMS message @ (View)
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The following options are available by pressing A (Options)
after selecting the message you want to download in the waiting
list in the Inbox:
Download
Download the whole MMS message you select.
Delete
Delete the selected MMS message.
Delete all
Delete all MMS messages.
The following options are available after selecting the message
in the received list in the Inbox:
View: View the selected MMS message.
Options
A
Delete: Delete the selected MMS message.
Delete all: Delete all MMS messages.
Reply: Reply to the selected MMS message.
Reply all: Reply to all MMS messages.
Forward: Forward the selected MMS message.
Call: Make a call to the sender of the MMS
message.
Delete: Delete the selected MMS message.
View
@
Info: Show the page timing, the type of image,
and/or sound files attached including the
message size.
Extract media: Save the multimedia data
attached to the MMS message.
Extract number: Save the phone number
embedded in the MMS message.
Hyperlink: Jump to the URL embedded in the
MMS message.
View again: Go back to View.
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Messages Menu
Viewing an MMS message in the Outbox
From Messages
1.
2.
3.
4.
4 Outbox A (Select)
4 MMS A (Select)
4 Unsent messages or Sent messages A (Select)
4 required MMS message A (Options) or @ (View)
The following options are available after selecting the message
in the unsent or sent messages list in the Outbox:
View: View the selected MMS message.
Options
A
Delete: Delete the selected MMS message.
Delete all: Delete all MMS messages.
View
@
View the selected MMS message.
The following options are available by pressing A (Options)
when viewing the sent message in the Outbox:
Forward
Forward the selected MMS message.
Delete
Delete the selected MMS message.
Info
Show the page timing, the type of image, and/or
sound files attached including the message size.
View again
Go back to View.
Messages Menu
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SMS settings
Message centre
From Messages
1. 4 Settings A (Select)
2. 4 SMS A (Select)
3. 4 Message centre A (Select)
4. Enter your message centre number in the international dialling format A (OK) (see “International dialling” on
page 10)
You can also change the following settings in step 3:
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Protocol
Select the protocol type which specifies the
format your SMS message is converted to.
Select Standard text, Fax, X.400, Paging,
ERMES or E-mail.
Validity period
Set the validity period that the SMS message is
stored at the Message centre.
Select 1 hour, 12 hours, 1 day, 1 week or
Maximum.
Delivery report
Choose whether you want to receive a
confirmation when your SMS message has been
delivered.
SMS via GPRS
Decide whether or not you want to send your
SMS via GPRS.
Messages Menu
Creating an SMS message
From Messages
1. 4 Create A (Select)
2. 4 SMS A (Select)
3. Enter your text
4. A (Options)
5. 4 required option
A (Select)
The following options are
available:
Send
Send your SMS message. Press A (Options)
to recall the Contacts list, then select the
recipient.
Save
Save your SMS message in the Outbox.
Save & send
Save your SMS message, then send the
message.
Picture & sound
Attach sound and/or a picture.
Format
Edit your SMS message by inserting new lines,
changing the font face, and/or font colour.
User Messages
Select the pre-defined message to insert into your
SMS message.
➣ The number displayed in the menu bar indicates the number of
pages used in the message.
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Receiving an SMS message
From Messages
1.
2.
3.
4 Inbox A (Select)
4 SMS A (Select)
4 required SMS message A (Options)
You can select one of the following options when you want to
decide how to deal with the incoming SMS message:
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View
View the selected SMS message.
Delete
Delete the selected SMS message.
Reply
Reply to the selected SMS messages.
Forward
Forward the selected SMS message.
Edit
Edit or add text, add pictures, and/or sounds.
Delete all
Delete all SMS messages.
Extract number
Save the phone number embedded in the SMS
message.
Hyperlink
Jump to the URL embedded in the SMS
message.
Messages Menu
Viewing an SMS message in the Outbox
From Messages
1.
2.
3.
4 Outbox A (Select)
4 SMS A (Select)
4 required SMS message A (Options)
Select one of the following options when you want to decide
how to deal with the outgoing SMS message:
View
View the selected SMS message.
Delete
Delete the selected SMS message.
Forward
Forward the selected SMS message.
Edit
Edit or add text, add pictures, and/or sounds.
Delete all
Delete all SMS message.
Extract number
Save the phone number embedded in the SMS
message.
Hyperlink
Jump to the URL embedded in the SMS
message.
User Messages
You can edit the User Messages, then save them for later use.
From Messages
1. 4 User Messages A (Select)
2. 4 required message A (Select)
3. Edit the message A (Options)
4. 4 Save & send or Save A (Select)
➣ You can edit the pre-defined messages except the first
5 messages.
Messages Menu
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Memory status
From Messages
1.
2.
4 Memory status A (Select)
4 MMS or SMS A (Select)
Memory status shows the free memory space and the used
memory space of MMS, or the used memory space and the
maximum memory capacity of SMS:
- MMS: max. 2888 kb
- SMS: max. 250 spaces (SIM dependent)
NOTE: This function is SIM dependent.
Connectivity
From Messages
1.
2.
3.
4.
4 Connectivity A (Select)
4 CSD settings or GPRS settings A (Select)
4 required setting A (Select)
4 edit the required information A (Save)
➣ To set the CSD settings or GPRS settings, see page 57 for details.
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Messages Menu
Cell Broadcast
You can receive your favourite information regularly from your
service provider.
You need to specify the “topic(s)” of information and the
language in which you wish to receive this information.
To receive the broadcasts, “Read Messages” must be on.
Auto display
In Idle mode, the latest information message is displayed on
your phone automatically.
From Messages
1.
2.
4 Cell Broadcast A (Select)
4 Auto display A (Change) > On/Off
Receiving messages
To receive messages, you must turn the “Read Messages” on.
From Messages
1.
2.
4 Cell Broadcast A (Select)
4 Read Messages A (Change) > On/Off
Reading a Cell Broadcast message
From Messages
1.
2.
3.
4 Cell Broadcast A (Select)
4 Message List A (Select)
A (Next) to select the available topic
NOTE: This function will depend on your network service operator.
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Topic list
You can receive messages on specific topics from your network
service operator.
From Messages
1. 4 Cell Broadcast A (Select)
2. 4 Topic list A (Select)
3. 4 Current A (Select)
4. < Add topics > A (Select)
5. 4 required topic A (Select)
OR
You can delete the required topic in step 4.
1. 4 required topic A (Options)
2. 4 Delete A (Select)
User defined topic
You can add your favourite topics to the user-defined topic list.
From Messages
1. 4 Cell Broadcast A (Select)
2. 4 Topic list A (Select)
3. 4 User defined A (Select)
4. 4 < New entry > A (Options)
5. Enter message ID A (OK)
6. Enter name A (OK)
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Messages Menu
Languages
You can set the language of the message you receive.
From Messages
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
4 Cell Broadcast A (Select)
4 Languages A (Select)
A (Options)
4 Insert or Add to end A (Select)
4 required language A (Select)
OR
You can remove a language in step 4.
1.
2.
4 required language A (Options)
4 Delete A (Select)
➣ “Insert” adds a required language above the language you select
whereas “Add to end” adds the language to the end of the list.
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Phone Menu
Phone Menu (or STK)*
Call Service
Time/Charge............................87
Call waiting ..............................87
Withhold ID ..............................88
Caller’s ID ................................88
Charge settings .......................89
Line** .......................................90
Call Diverts
All voice calls ...........................91
Not reachable ..........................91
No reply ...................................91
Busy.........................................91
Status check ............................91
Cancel all.................................91
Security
Call bar ....................................92
Codes ......................................93
Fixed dial .................................95
SIM lock...................................96
Network
Auto network............................97
New network............................97
Network List.............................97
Band Select .............................97
* STK (SIM Tool Kit) is SIM dependent.
** Line is SIM dependent.
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Phone Menu
Call Service
Time/Charge
From Phone Menu
1.
2.
3.
4 Call Service A (Select)
4 Time/Charge A (Select)
4 Last call, All voice calls or Cost left A (Select)
Last call
Display the duration of the last call.
All voice calls
Display the total duration and the units of all the
voice calls.
Cost left
Display the remaining units.
NOTE: Time/Charge is SIM dependent.
Call waiting
If Call waiting is switched on, a second call can be received.
Activate this function before making a multi-party (conference)
call.
From Phone Menu
1.
2.
3.
4 Call Service A (Select)
4 Call waiting A (Select)
4 Set, Clear or Status check A (Select)
NOTE: Call waiting is network dependent.
Phone Menu
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Withhold ID
This function allows you to prevent showing your name and/or
number to the calling party and enable if necessary.
From Phone Menu
1. 4 Call Service A (Select)
2. 4 Withhold ID A (Select)
3. To confirm “Withhold for all calls?” select Yes or No
NOTE: When checking the status, the phone must be registered to
a network.
NOTE: Withhold ID is network dependent.
Caller's ID
This function allows you to display the caller's name and/or
number on your display.
From Phone Menu
1.
2.
4 Call Service A (Select)
4 Caller’s ID A (Select)
NOTE: When checking the status, the phone must be registered to
a network.
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Phone Menu
Charge settings
NOTE: The duration of one unit may vary between peak and off-peak
times. Call charges can be calculated accordingly. However, the
actual tariffs charged by your service provider may not be reflected in
the calculation.
Currency:
Firstly, “Personal rate” must be entered. This is the cost that the
service provider charges for one unit of call time.
From Phone Menu
1.
2.
3.
4 Call Service A (Select)
4 Charge settings A (Select)
4 Currency A (Select)
➣ The current setting is displayed.
4. A (Edit)
5. Enter the PIN2 code A (OK)
6. Enter currency units (max. 3 characters) A (Save)
NOTE: This function is SIM dependent.
Personal rate:
You can set your personal rate.
From Phone Menu
1.
2.
3.
4 Call Service A (Select)
4 Charge settings A (Select)
4 Personal rate A (Select)
➣ The current setting is displayed.
4. 4 A (Edit)
5. Enter the PIN2 code A (OK)
6. 4 enter your personal rate A (Save)
NOTE: This function is SIM dependent.
Phone Menu
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Max cost:
You can set the maximum cost of calls allowed.
From Phone Menu
1.
2.
3.
4 Call Service A (Select)
4 Charge settings A (Select)
4 Max cost A (Change)
➣ The current setting is displayed.
4.
5.
6.
4 A (Edit) > Enter the PIN2 code A (OK)
@ (Change) > On/Off
4 enter credit limit A (Save)
NOTE: This function is SIM dependent.
Auto display:
In idle mode, the cost of the last dialled call is displayed on your
phone automatically.
From Phone Menu
1.
2.
3.
4 Call Service A (Select)
4 Charge settings A (Select)
4 Auto display A (Change) > On/Off
Line
Your phone has two phone lines if your SIM supports CPHS and
Alternate Line Service.
From Phone Menu
1.
2.
3.
4 Call Service A (Select)
4 Line A (Select)
4 Line 1 or Line 2 A (Select)
NOTE: This function is SIM dependent (your SIM must support CPHS
to use this function).
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Phone Menu
Call Diverts
From Phone Menu
1. 4 Call Diverts A (Select)
2. 4 required circumstance to initiate the divert A (Select)
3. 4 Set, Clear or Check status A (Select)
4. Enter the phone number to divert to A
➣ Enter the voice mail centre number if you want incoming voice calls
to be diverted to the voice mail centre.
➣ When a divert situation is enabled, the divert icon ( ) is displayed.
➣ When updating or checking the status of call diverts, the phone
must be registered to a network (
).
OP
All voice calls
Divert all incoming voice calls.
Not reachable
When you are not in a coverage area, divert
incoming voice calls.
No reply
If you do not answer the phone, divert incoming
voice calls.
Busy
When a call is in progress, divert incoming voice
calls.
Status check
Check the current Call Diverts status.
Cancel all
Cancel all Call Diverts settings.
Voice calls can be diverted to voice mailbox or to a number that you
specify.
Phone Menu
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Security
Call bar
Call barring restricts certain outgoing and/or incoming calls
using a password supplied by your service provider. When
updating/checking the status of Call bar, the phone must be
registered to a network.
From Phone Menu
1. 4 Security A (Select)
2. 4 Call bar A (Select)
3. 4 required setting A (Select)
4. 4 Set, Clear or Check status A (Select)
5. Enter the required password A (Select)
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All outgoing
All outgoing calls are barred.
Outgo int’l
International outgoing calls are barred.
Out. int’l × home
International outgoing calls except to your home
country are barred.
All incoming
All incoming calls are barred.
When roaming
All international incoming calls when roaming
outside the home PLMN are barred.
Status check
Call bar status is displayed.
Cancel all
Cancel all Call bar settings.
Password
Change Call bar password.
Phone Menu
Codes
Change phonecode:
The phonecode is used for the SIM lock, which protects the
phone from being used with a SIM other than yours.
From Phone Menu
1. 4 Security A (Select)
2. 4 Codes A (Select)
3. 4 Change phonecode A (Select)
4. Enter a new phonecode A (OK)
5. Enter the new code to verify A (OK)
NOTE: Your phonecode must be 6 to 12 digits. You are advised to
write down your phonecode. If the phonecode is entered incorrectly 10
times, the phone will cease to operate permanently. If you change the
phonecode from the second time on, you must enter the previous
phonecode first, then enter the new phonecode twice.
PIN Control:
The PIN protects your SIM against unauthorised use. If you
enable the PIN, you will be prompted to enter the PIN every time
the phone is switched on.
From Phone Menu
1. 4 Security A (Select)
2. 4 Codes A (Select)
3. 4 PIN Control A (Change)
4. Enter the PIN number A (OK)
5. A (Change) set to either enable or disable the PIN
6. @ (OK)
NOTE: If the PIN code is entered incorrectly 3 times, the PIN will be
blocked. To unblock the PIN, you must enter your PUK code. If you
enter an incorrect PUK code 10 times, your SIM will be blocked
permanently.
Phone Menu
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Changing PIN/PIN2:
You must enable the PIN before changing the code.
From Phone Menu
1. 4 Security A (Select)
2. 4 Codes A (Select)
3. 4 Change PIN or Change PIN2 A (Select)
4. Enter the current code A (OK)
5. Enter the new code A (OK)
6. Enter the new code to verify A (OK)
NOTE: To enter the PUK code for your PIN, enter **05#. You will then
be prompted to enter the PUK code. Follow the on-screen
instructions. To enter the PUK2 code for your PIN2, enter **052#. You
will then be prompted to enter the PUK2 code. Follow the on-screen
instructions. If the PUK/PUK2 code is entered incorrectly 10 times, the
phone will cease to operate permanently. All information stored in the
SIM will be lost and the SIM will need to be replaced. Contact the
service provider for more details.
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Phone Menu
Fixed dial
The Fixed dial feature allows you to limit your outgoing calls to
a certain set of numbers saved in FDN, which is located in your
SIM. When this function is on, only the Fixed dial numbers can
be dialled, and any attempt to call any other number will fail.
To enter Fixed dial numbers, see page 45.
From Phone Menu
1. 4 Security A (Select)
2. 4 Fixed dial A (Select)
3. Enter the PIN2 code A (OK)
4. A (Change)
5. @ (OK)
➣ When the fixed dial is on, any manually dialled phone numbers must
be the same as the numbers in the fixed dial store, otherwise the
call cannot be made.
➣ A phone number may be stored, edited or deleted. In this case, you
will be prompted for your PIN2 code.
NOTE: If the PIN2 code is entered incorrectly 3 times, the PIN2 will be
blocked. To unblock the PIN2, you must enter your PUK2 code. If you
enter an incorrect PUK2 code 10 times, your SIM will be blocked
permanently.
NOTE: Fixed dial is SIM dependent.
Phone Menu
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SIM lock
Once you enable the SIM lock, you will be prompted to enter
your phonecode when you switch on the phone with a different
SIM inserted.
From Phone Menu
1. 4 Security A (Select)
2. 4 SIM lock A (Select)
3. Enter the phonecode A (OK)
4. A (Change) to set the SIM lock on/off
5. @ (OK)
NOTE: Your phonecode must be 6 to 12 digits. You are advised to
write down your phonecode. If the phonecode is entered incorrectly
10 times, the phone will cease to operate permanently. If you change
the phonecode from the second time on, you must enter the previous
phonecode first, then enter the new phonecode twice.
NOTE: This function is SIM dependent.
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Phone Menu
Network
Network settings
You can select a network that is available in your current
location.
From Phone Menu
1.
2.
4 Network A (Select)
4 required network A (Change) > On/Off
Auto network
Allow the phone to reselect a new network
automatically in order to maintain optimum
network availability. Set Auto network On or Off.
New network
Manually select a network that is available in your
current location.
Network List
The network list is used when the Auto network is
on. The location numbers in the Network List
show the search priority.
Band Select
Choose a network band: 900/1800, 900/1900,
900, 1800 or 1900 MHz.
NOTE: This function is SIM dependent.
Phone Menu
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Records Menu
Records
Last dialled
............................................................................... 98
Answered
............................................................................... 98
Unanswered
............................................................................... 98
Delete records
............................................................................... 99
Last dialled/Answered/
Unanswered number
Recently dialled phone numbers will be stored in Last dialled
(max. 50).
If an incoming call with Caller's ID is answered, the number will
be stored in Answered (max. 50).
If an incoming call with Caller's ID is not answered, the number
will be stored in Unanswered (max. 20).
From Records
1.
4 Last dialled, Answered or Unanswered A (Select)
OR
In idle mode, C to view the last dialled numbers directly
2. 4 required phone number you wish to redial C
The following options are available when you select the
required number:
- Store
- Delete
- Delete all
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Records Menu
Deleting the records
From Records
1.
2.
4 Delete records A (Select)
4 Delete last dialled A (Select)
3.
A (Yes) or @ (No)
“Delete dialled calls?” is displayed.
You can select one of the following options in step 2:
-
Delete last dialled
Delete answered
Delete unanswered
Delete all
Records Menu
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Applications Menu
Applications
Calendar
............................................................................. 101
Scheduler
............................................................................. 103
Notes
............................................................................. 105
Clock
Settings..................................106
Alarm .....................................107
Power on time........................108
Power off time........................108
Calculator
Currency
100
............................................................................. 109
Rate setting ...........................110
Rate compute ........................110
Melody composer
............................................................................. 111
(Phone Menu)
............................................................................. 112
Applications Menu
Calendar
Creating a reminder
You can organise your calendar
to remind you of a personal
event, such as a holiday period
or birthday. You need to set the
clock, day and time before
entering anything in the calendar.
From Applications
Week
1. 4 Calendar A (Select)
Year
2. Press keys $, ", 1,
%, &, !, 5, +,
' and ) to move the Day
cursor , ,  and
to the
desired day A (Options)
Month
OR
3.
4.
5.
6.
Year
Day
Week
Month
<Month format>
You can select the Week
format to create a reminder:
A (Options) > 4 Week
Time
A (Select) >
Month
Month
Press keys to move the cursor
to the desired day
A (Options)
Day
Day
4 Agenda A (Select)
4 <New entry>
A (Select)
Week
@ (Change) Memo, Call
<Week format>
or Meeting 5
Enter the description 5
Applications Menu
101
7.
8.
@ (Change) Activate or Deactivate 5
@ (Change) Once, Daily,
Weekly, Monthly or
Annually 5
9. Enter the start date 5
10. Enter the start time 5
11. Enter the end date 5
12. Enter the end time
A (Save)
NOTE: Ensure that Calendar settings will not contravene any
regulations by switching on automatically when in an aircraft, medical
facility, etc. (see “Introduction” in Operating Instruction Part 2).
Viewing the reminder
From Applications
1. 4 Calendar A (Select)
2. When Month format is selected:
Select a day marked in blue by using the keys (1, 5,
", !, $, %, &, ', ) and +)
OR
When Week format is
selected:
A (Options) >
4 Week A (Select)
The time line marked in blue
corresponds to a period of
time that you have set as an
agenda. Select a day marked
with the blue bar by using the
keys (", !, $, %,
&, ', ) and +)
When the cursor reaches the scheduled day, press 1 or
5 to show what time the event starts and ends.
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Applications Menu
3.
4.
5.
A (Options) > 4 Agenda A (Select)
4 required schedule A (Options)
4 required option A (Select)
You can select one of the following options in step 5:
-
View
Activate/Deactivate
Edit
New entry
Delete
Delete all
Capacity
➣ Active/Deactive options are available only before the
scheduled day arrives.
Scheduler
Creating a schedule
From Applications
1. 4 Scheduler A (Select)
2. 4 <New entry> A (Select)
3. @ (Change) Memo, Call or Meeting 5
4. Enter the description 5
5. @ (Change) Activate or Deactivate 5
6. @ (Change) Once, Daily, Weekly, Monthly or Annually
5
7. Enter the start date 5
8. Enter the start time 5
9. Enter the end date 5
10. Enter the end time A (Save)
NOTE: Ensure that Scheduler settings will not contravene any
regulations by switching on automatically when in an aircraft, medical
facility, etc. (see “Introduction” in Operating Instruction Part 2).
Applications Menu
103
Viewing the schedule
From Applications
4 Scheduler A (Select)
4 required entry
A (Options)
3. 4 View A (Select)
1.
2.
Editing the schedule
From Applications
1.
2.
3.
4 Scheduler A (Select)
4 required entry A (Options)
4 Edit A (Select)
➣ To edit the schedule, please see step 3 ~ 10 in “Creating a
schedule” on page 103 for details.
Deleting schedule entries
From Applications
1. 4 Scheduler A (Select)
2. 4 required entry A (Options)
3. 4 Delete or Delete all A (Select)
4. “Delete entry?” or “Do you want to delete all?”
A (Yes) or @ (No)
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Applications Menu
Capacity
From Applications
1.
2.
3.
4 Scheduler A (Select)
4 required entry A (Options)
4 Capacity A (Select)
➣ You can view the maximum number of entries and the remaining
number of entries available.
Notes
You can enter text to remind yourself of special events
From Applications
1. 4 Notes A (Select)
2. 4 <New entry> A (Select)
3. Enter text
4. A (Options) Save, Insert new line, Clear text or Send
A (Select)
➣ You can send your note as an SMS message.
Applications Menu
105
Clock
Clock settings
Display time:
You can show the time on the display in Idle mode.
From Applications
1.
2.
3.
4 Clock A (Select)
4 Settings A (Select)
4 Display time A (Change) > On/Off
Time zone:
Before setting the time and date, set the time zone of your
region. When travelling abroad, your home time can be
changed to your destination time.
From Applications
1.
2.
3.
4.
4 Clock A (Select)
4 Settings A (Select)
4 Time zone A (Select)
4 required region A (Select)
“Daylight saving?” is displayed.
5. A (Yes) or @ (No)
6. “Set this city to local” A (OK)
Time & date:
You can set the time and date to be shown on the display when
in Idle mode.
From Applications
1. 4 Clock A (Select)
2. 4 Settings A (Select)
3. 4 Time & date A (Select)
4. A (Edit) Enter the date 5
5. edit the time A (Save)
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Applications Menu
Date format:
You can select the desired display format for the date.
From Applications
1.
2.
3.
4.
4 Clock A (Select)
4 Settings A (Select)
4 Date format A (Select)
4 required format A (Select)
Time format:
You can select the desired display format for the time.
From Applications
1.
2.
3.
4.
4 Clock A (Select)
4 Settings A (Select)
4 Time format A (Change)
4 12 hours or 24 hours A (Select)
Alarm
You can set the alarm to sound or vibrate when the set time is
reached.
From Applications
1.
2.
3.
4 Clock A (Select)
4 Alarm A (Select)
A (Options) > 4 Edit
A (Select)
4. Enter the time (24 hour clock)
5
5. @ (Change) 4 select a
day of the week
A (Change) >
@ (Back) > 5
6. @ (Change) Activate or Deactivate 5
Applications Menu
107
7. Enter the description
A (Save)
➣ The alarm set indicator
appears on the idle display.
➣ If you are on a call, the phone will
vibrate without sound.
Ending the alarm:
Press any key or A (Off) to end the alarm
OR
@ (Pause) to pause the alarm and start again after 5 minutes
NOTE: Ensure that Alarm settings will not contravene any regulations
by switching on automatically when in an aircraft, medical facility, etc.
(see “Introduction” in Operating Instruction Part 2).
Power on/off time
The phone can be set to turn itself on/off automatically at a
specified time using the power on/off time feature.
From Applications
1. 4 Clock A (Select)
2. 4 Power on time or Power off time A (Change)
3. @ (Change) On or Off 5
4. Enter the time (24 hour clock) A (Save)
NOTE: Ensure that Power on time settings will not contravene any
regulations by switching on automatically when in an aircraft, medical
facility, etc. (see “Introduction” in Operating Instruction Part 2).
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Applications Menu
Calculator
You can use the 4-function calculator (addition, subtraction,
multiplication and division) to make simple arithmetic
operations.
From Applications
1. 4 Calculator A (Select)
2. Enter a number (max. 8
digits)
➣ If a decimal point is required,
press !. If a minus sign is
needed, press ".
4 select the arithmetic
operation
4. Enter a number (max. 8
digits)
3.
➣ If 4 is used to select another arithmetic operation, an
intermediate calculation will be performed and the result will be
displayed.
5.
A (=) to calculate
Applications Menu
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Currency
Rate setting
The currency converter enables you to convert from/to a home
currency using a conversion rate that you enter.
Before beginning conversions, choose a base currency and
enter the conversion rate. The base currency rate is set to 1.
From Applications
1. 4 Currency A (Select)
2. 4 Rate setting A (Select)
3. Enter the conversion rate next to the red arrow
A (Compute)
4. A (Save)
➣ You can change the base currency by pressing 4.
➣ If a decimal point is required, press !.
Rate compute
From Applications
1. 4 Currency A (Select)
2. 4 Rate compute A (Select)
3. Enter the amount of your home currency to convert into the
foreign currency A (Convert)
➣ You can also enter the amount of the foreign currency to convert
into your home currency if you change the base currency by
pressing 4.
➣ If a decimal point is required, press !.
110
Applications Menu
Melody composer
Composing a melody
From Applications
4 Melody composer
A (Select)
2. 4 required melody
A (Options)
3. 4 Melody composer
A (Select)
4. 4 required track
A (Select)
1.
5. Compose your melody – see
the notes chart below A (Options)
6. 4 Save A (Select)
Using the following table as a reference, enter notes (from the
choice of low, middle and high), rests, and duration of each, to
generate your composition. Main Track and Sub Tracks are
played together when you play the composed music.
Key
$
%
&
'
(
)
Func
C
D
E
F
G
A
Key
*
+
,
#
"
!
Func
B
Repeat
Dotted
note
Rest
Low,
Low #,
Middle,
Duration
Middle #,
High,
High #
Before you save the composed melody, you can change the tempo,
and/or the instrument to play the melody.
Applications Menu
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Playing the composed melody
To play the composed melody before saving:
A (Options) > 4 Play A (Select)
Changing the tempo
To change the tempo of the composed melody:
1. A (Options) > 4 Tempo A (Select)
2. 4 required tempo A (Select)
Selecting the instrument
To select the instrument to play the composed melody:
1. A (Options) > 4 Instrument A (Select)
2. 4 required instrument A (Select)
Phone Menu
This menu is available under the Applications Menu if your SIM
card provides STK services.
To use this menu, please refer to “Phone Menu” on page 86.
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Applications Menu
Accessory
CD-ROM
PC Software
The CD-ROM supplied with your X300 phone contains a
software application which allows you to manage the
information in your phone from a Personal Computer (PC), and
to enable your PC to communicate with the Internet through
your phone. This application includes:
X300 Handset Manager
With Handset Manager you can easily manage your phone
information on a PC and synchronise it back to the phone. This
information includes contacts, messages and the image or
sound data held in your X300. For further information please
refer to the documentation on the CD-ROM, or to the Panasonic
website www.panasonicmobile.com.
Future enhancements to X300 Handset Manager
1. Log onto www.panasonicmobile.com
2. Select your region and language
3. Select Support > Support Software
4. Click Handset Manager X300
5. Follow the instructions to download the PC software
upgrade
Installing the Software
The software is compatible with PCs and laptops running
Microsoft Windows™ 98 or later. On most PCs the software
should auto-install when the CD-ROM is inserted into the CD
drive. If not, then autoplay must be manually selected in
Windows Explorer. Follow the instructions that appear on the
PC screen to install the software.
NOTE: The data cable must be purchased separately.
Accessory
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Troubleshooting
Should any problem persist, contact your dealer.
Problem
Cause
Phone will not switch
on.
Extremely short
battery life for a new
battery.
Remedy
Check that the battery is fully charged
and correctly connected to the phone.
The network you are
using and the
condition of the
battery can affect
battery life.
Short battery life for an The battery has worn
old battery.
out.
Replace with a new fully charged
battery.
The battery level
indicator does not
appear and the phone
cannot be switched on
when charging.
Leave the phone charging the battery
for a few minutes before the battery
level indicator appears and you
attempt to switch the phone on.
The battery is not
attached to the phone,
or when the battery
has been deeply
discharged, the phone
will take a short time
until the battery level
indicator appears.
Battery fails to charge. The battery is not
Ensure the battery is fitted to the phone
attached to the phone. prior to commencing charging.
The battery was
connected to the
phone after the Travel
Charger was switched
on.
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indicates
abnormal charging.
The battery is
defective or of the
wrong type.
Replace with a new battery.
The battery
temperature exceeds
the charging
temperature range
(too hot or too cold).
Use the battery at room temperature.
Troubleshooting
Problem
Cause
Calls cannot be made. The phone is locked.
Unlock the phone.
Outgoing calls are
barred.
Disable outgoing call barring or barred
dialling.
The phone is not
registered to a
network.
Move to a coverage area and operate
your phone after it has registered with
a network.
Calls cannot be made
from Fixed Dial Store.
Calls cannot be
received.
Remedy
Check whether your SIM supports
Fixed dial.
Check if the Fixed dial is switched on.
Check whether the phone number is
stored in Fixed Dial.
The phone is not
switched on.
Switch the phone on.
Incoming calls are
barred.
Disable incoming call barring.
The phone is not
registered to a
network.
Move to a coverage area and operate
your phone after it has registered with
a network.
Emergency calls
cannot be made.
You are not in a GSM
coverage area.
Check that the antenna symbol
is
displayed – move to a coverage area
and operate your phone when the
antenna symbol is displayed.
Phone numbers
cannot be recalled
from Contacts list.
The phone is locked.
Unlock the phone.
Phone number has
been restricted.
Switch off restriction.
NOTE:
• The quality of display images may vary depending on the object or environment.
• Display images may distort when shooting moving objects, especially in a fast moving
environment.
• When taking a picture, flickers may appear in certain environments.
Troubleshooting
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Important Error Messages
These are some of the most important error messages which may be displayed:
Please insert SIM card SIM card is not inserted, or is not inserted correctly. Please
insert the SIM card correctly.
New codes not same
When you change your password, you must enter the new
password twice to confirm. The two codes you entered are not
the same. Enter the same code twice.
Can't access network
The service network you selected manually is inaccessible.
Please contact your service provider.
Unable to select
network
The service network you selected manually refuses your
access. Please contact your service provider.
No service
There is no network within range or the received signal is weak.
Please move to an area which has a stronger signal.
PIN blocked! Please
enter PUK
You entered your PIN incorrectly three times in a row. To
unblock it, please enter PUK.
PIN2 blocked! Please
enter PUK2
You entered your PIN2 incorrectly three times in a row. To
unblock it, please enter PUK2.
New PIN not accepted Your new PIN code is not accepted. Please try again.
New PIN2 not
accepted
Your new PIN2 code is not accepted. Please try again.
Incorrect entry!
You entered your PIN or PIN2 code incorrectly. Enter the code
correctly.
Entries do not match!
When you change your password, you must enter the new
password twice to confirm. The two codes you entered are not
the same. Enter the same code twice.
SIM card error
Make sure the SIM card is inserted correctly. Clean the SIM
card with a dry cloth or check if it is damaged. Contact your
service provider.
Function unsupported The function you selected is not supported by your service
provider. Please contact your service provider.
Invalid password
The password that you entered is not valid. Please enter the
correct password.
Not available
The function you selected is not supported by your service
provider. Please contact your service provider.
Service not available
The function you selected is not supported by your service
provider. Please contact your service provider.
Wrong PUK!
You entered the wrong PUK. Please enter the correct one.
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Important Error Messages
SIM memory full!
Please delete old
message!
The SIM storage area for SMS message is full. Please delete
old messages.
SIM memory full!
Continue?
The SIM storage area is full. If you continue, data may be lost.
Please delete old records.
Phone memory full!
Continue?
The data storage area is full. If you continue, data may be lost.
Please delete old records.
SIM service not
supported
The SIM function you selected is not supported by the service
provider. Please contact your service provider.
Unregistered SIM card Your SIM card is not registered to your service provider. Please
contact your service provider.
Authentication failure
Your SIM card is not registered with your service provider.
Please contact your service provider.
Blocked
Your SIM card is blocked. Please contact your service provider.
Important Error Messages
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Glossary of Terms
ADN
Abbreviated Dialling Number. Used for frequently called numbers.
APN
Access Point Name. Directs the user to the gateway or the required
service.
CSD
Circuit Switched Data. A communication method used to transmit
data over telephone connections.
DTMF
Dual Tone Multi-Frequency allows you to communicate with
computerised phone systems, voice mailboxes, etc.
FDN
Fixed Dial Number. Used to restrict outgoing calls to a certain set of
numbers.
GPRS
General Packet Radio Service. A GSM transmission technique that
transmits and receives data in packets rather than setting up a
continuous channel. It makes very efficient use of available radio
spectrum and users pay only for volume of data sent and received.
GSM
Global System for Mobile communications. The name given to the
advanced digital technology that your phone uses.
MMS
Multimedia Message Service. This service allows sending/receiving
messages consisting of text, sounds, images, and video clips.
Network
Operator
The organisation responsible for operating a GSM network.
Password
Used for the control of Call bar. Supplied by your service provider.
PIN
Personal Identification Number used for SIM card security.
Supplied by your service provider. If the PIN is entered incorrectly
3 times, the PIN will be blocked.
PIN2
Personal Identification Number used for the control of Fixed Dial
Store and Call Charge metering. If the PIN2 is entered incorrectly
3 times, the PIN2 will be blocked. The PIN2 is supplied by your
service provider.
PLMN
Public Land Mobile Network. A network that provides land mobile
telecommunications services.
PUK/PUK2
PIN/PIN2 Unblocking Key. Used to unblock the PIN/PIN2 code.
Supplied by your service provider. If the PUK/PUK2 is entered
incorrectly 10 times, the PUK/PUK2 will be blocked.
Registration
The act of logging on to a GSM/GPRS network. This is usually
performed automatically by your phone.
Roaming
The ability to use your phone on networks other than your home
network.
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Glossary of Terms
SDN
Service Dialling Number. This number enables you to access
special services provided by your network operator, such as
customer support, emergency services, etc.
Service Provider The organisation responsible for providing access to the GSM/
GPRS network.
SIM
Subscriber Identity Module. A small smart-card which stores unique
subscriber and user-entered information such as Contacts entries
and SMS messages. Supplied by your service provider.
SMS
Short Message Service. A basic mail system used for cellular
phones. This service allows sending/receiving of short text
messages.
WAP
Wireless Application Protocol. The communication standard which
enables you to download resources from the Internet to your phone.
Glossary of Terms
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Index
A
Accessory ....................................... 113
Alarm .............................................. 107
Alerts ..........................................32, 34
Animation .......................................... 29
Answer .............................................. 37
Any key answer ............................ 37
Auto answer .................................. 37
Applications Menu .......................... 100
Auto capital change .......................... 18
Auto key lock .................................... 37
B
Battery ................................................ 6
Charging ......................................... 7
Fitting and removing ....................... 6
Battery level indicator ......................... 8
Bookmarks ........................................ 55
Adding ........................................... 55
Viewing ......................................... 56
Brightness ...................................30, 36
Browser ............................................ 52
Starting ......................................... 54
Browser Menu .................................. 52
C
Calculator ....................................... 109
Calendar ......................................... 101
Creating ...................................... 101
Viewing ....................................... 102
Call ..................................................... 9
Answering ..................................... 11
Creating Messages ....................... 12
During a call .................................... 3
Ending ........................................... 10
Holding .......................................... 13
In-call operations .......................... 12
Incoming call while on a call ......... 14
Making ............................................ 9
Making a second call .................... 13
Mute .............................................. 11
Rejecting ....................................... 11
Using Contacts list ........................ 12
Call bar ............................................. 92
120
Index
Call Diverts ....................................... 91
Call Service ...................................... 87
Call status ......................................... 15
Call transfer ...................................... 14
Call waiting ....................................... 87
Caller's ID ......................................... 88
Camera ............................................. 58
Camera Preview mode ................. 60
Key functions ................................ 61
Still Picture mode .......................... 60
Camera Lens ................................ 1, 59
Camera Menu ................................... 58
Camera settings ............................... 63
Anti flicker ..................................... 66
Brightness ..................................... 65
Close up mode ............................. 64
Defaults ........................................ 66
Frame ........................................... 66
Image size .................................... 64
Quality .......................................... 65
Special effects .............................. 65
Twilight ......................................... 63
Cell Broadcast .................................. 83
Charge settings ................................ 89
Auto display .................................. 90
Personal rate ................................ 89
Charging Connector ........................... 1
Clock .............................................. 106
Power on/off time ........................ 108
Clock settings ................................. 106
Codes ............................................... 93
Colour themes .................................. 30
Conference call ................................ 14
Connectivity ................................ 57, 82
Contacts dialling ................................. 9
Contacts list ...................................... 40
Copying ........................................ 41
Creating ........................................ 44
Deleting ........................................ 41
Editing ........................................... 40
Viewing ......................................... 40
Contacts Menu ................................. 39
Contrast ............................................ 29
Currency ......................................... 110
Rate compute ..............................110
Rate setting .................................110
D
Defaults .............................................38
Dialling ................................................9
International dialling ......................10
Last number dialling ......................10
Display ..................................... 1, 4, 28
DTMF ................................................16
Send Key ........................................ 1
Silent Mode Key .............................. 1
Key functions ...................................... 2
Keytone ......................................27, 35
L
Language .......................................... 31
Display Languages ....................... 31
Lens Cover ...................................1, 59
Line ................................................... 90
E
M
Earpiece ..............................................1
Earpiece volume .................................9
Emergency call .................................10
Error Messages ..............................116
Exode ................................................51
Hand held .........................................12
Hands free ........................................12
Hotkey dial ........................................49
Max cost ........................................... 90
Melody composer ........................... 111
Memory status ......................25, 47, 82
Menu Display .................................... 20
Menus ............................................... 21
Message centre ................................ 78
Messages Menu ............................... 70
MMS ................................................. 71
Configuring ................................... 71
Creating ........................................ 73
Receiving ...................................... 75
Sending ...................................43, 75
Settings ......................................... 71
Viewing ......................................... 77
MMS Options .................................... 74
Multi tap mode .................................. 19
My Contacts ...................................... 49
My Media .......................................... 23
My Numbers ..................................... 48
My Phone Menu ............................... 22
I
N
F
FDN ..................................................45
Fixed dial ..........................................95
G
Games Menu ....................................50
Glossary of Terms ..........................118
Greeting ............................................29
Groups ..............................................46
H
Idle display ..........................................4
Inbox ...........................................75, 80
Information number ...........................47
K
Key ......................................................1
Asterisk Key ....................................1
Left Soft Key ...................................1
Navigation Key ................................1
Power/End Key ...............................1
Right Soft Key .................................1
Network ............................................ 97
Hide network name ....................... 30
Notes .............................................. 105
O
Outbox ........................................77, 81
P
Personal Hands free Connector ......... 1
Phone .............................................1, 9
Switching on/off .............................. 9
Index
121
Phone Menu ..................................... 86
Phonecode ....................................... 93
Picture .............................................. 60
My Pictures ................................... 23
Sending via MMS .......................... 62
Setting as Wallpaper ..................... 62
Taking ........................................... 60
Viewing the stored picture ............ 62
PIN Control ....................................... 93
PIN/PIN2 ........................................... 94
Profiles .............................................. 33
Puddleland ........................................ 50
Push setting ...................................... 56
Q
Quadball ........................................... 51
R
Records Menu .................................. 98
Ringtones ......................................... 27
S
Scheduler ....................................... 103
Creating ...................................... 103
Editing ......................................... 104
Viewing ....................................... 104
SDN .................................................. 46
Security ............................................. 92
Self timer .......................................... 63
Server settings .................................. 53
Shift mode change ............................ 18
Shortcuts .......................................... 38
Shutter Key ...................................1, 59
Shutter sound ................................... 28
SIM ..................................................... 7
Fitting and removing ....................... 7
SIM lock ............................................ 96
SMS .................................................. 78
Creating ........................................ 79
Receiving ...................................... 80
Sending ......................................... 42
Settings ......................................... 78
Viewing ......................................... 81
Sounds ............................................. 26
My Sounds .................................... 24
122
Index
Split call ............................................ 15
Status icons ........................................ 5
Symbols .............................................. 8
T
T9® input ........................................... 31
T9® Text input ................................... 18
Text entry ......................................... 17
Text entry mode change ................... 18
Time/Charge ..................................... 87
Troubleshooting .............................. 114
U
User Messages ................................ 81
V
Video ................................................ 67
Defaults ........................................ 67
Key functions ................................ 67
My Videos ..................................... 24
Playing .......................................... 68
Quality .......................................... 67
Recording ..................................... 67
Sending via MMS ......................... 68
Still Picture mode .......................... 67
Video Preview mode ..................... 67
Viewing the stored video clips ...... 69
Viewfinder ................................... 61, 68
Volume ............................................. 26
Ring volume .................................. 11
Volume ......................................... 35
W
Wallpaper ..................................... 4, 28
Warning tone .............................. 27, 36
Withhold ID ....................................... 88
Z
Zoom ................................................ 61
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