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Panasonic EBX700 Operating Instructions
CONTENTS
Highlights . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Getting Started. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Phone Basics and Managing Calls . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Entering Text. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Navigating the Applications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Applications Menu Map . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Contacts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
Camera . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
Media. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
Connectivity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90
Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 112
Tools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 137
Call Logs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 152
QuickOffice. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 156
Games . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 162
Favourites . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 164
Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 166
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 169
INDEX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 172
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HIGHLIGHTS
Here are just some of the things you can do with the X700 mobile
phone.
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•
Send colour pictures and
video clips to friends and
family via Multimedia
messaging and e-mail
messaging.
Send pictures, video,
electronic business cards,
and more using Bluetooth,
Infrared, or USB connections
to other phones or devices..
•
See who is calling with
picture Caller Line ID on the
X700 external display.
•
Download games, images,
themes, sounds, videos,
and Java™ and Series 60
applications.
•
View all your media files in
one place, the Media Gallery.
•
Swap content between
appropriate devices with the
included miniSD Card and
adapter.
•
Search for your files;
including games, images,
install packages, and video
and sound clips.
•
Surf the Internet using your
XHTML configured wireless
Internet browser.
•
•
Add frames, text, and pop
art to VGA size images.
Receive, edit, and view
Microsoft® Word, Excel, and
PowerPoint® files. Beam
documents to printers and
projectors (with appropriate
accessory).
•
Capture video clips.
•
•
Play 40 tone polyphonic
ringtones.
Speak a name or number to
dial the number using Voice
Commands.
•
•
No more wired headset!
Use a Bluetooth® wireless
headset.
Say “open Messages” or
“open Camera” and your
phone will go directly to the
application using Voice
Commands.
•
Synchronise your Contacts
and Calendar with your
other networked devices.
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GETTING STARTED
The Panasonic X700 GSMTM/GPRS mobile phone operates on
Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM) networks
around the world, which provide integrated voice mail, text short
message service (SMS), multimedia messaging service (MMS),
fraud protection and superior voice quality. One of the most
important GSM advantages is the removable SIM (subscriber
identity module) card, containing personal information such as
subscription information, private encryption keys, and phone
numbers.
Feature Availability
Some features are network dependent or are available only if you
subscribe to the feature. Some functions are SIM card dependent.
Note that before you can use or activate many of the network
features, you must subscribe to the desired services. For more
information, contact your wireless service provider.
Before Using Your Phone
The SIM card must be installed in your phone for it to operate on
the cellular network. Insert SIM card, then attach battery and fully
charge it.
INSTALLING AND REMOVING SIM CARD
Caution: This product contains small parts. Keep out of reach of small
children.
Take care not to scratch or bend SIM card and gold contacts.
Installing SIM Card
1.
2
Place thumbs at outer edges
of battery cover, press down,
then slide off battery cover
towards bottom of phone.
Remove battery (see page 4).
2. Position SIM card as shown, with
gold contacts facing phone and
notched corner entering phone first.
Carefully slide the SIM card into the
SIM card pocket until it clicks.
• If SIM card is inserted incorrectly
or damaged, Insert SIM card may
display. Remove SIM card, then
install again.
• If SIM card rejected message
appears, contact your wireless
service provider.
SIM Card
Removing SIM Card
1. Place thumbs at outer
edges of battery cover,
press down, then slide off
battery cover towards
bottom of phone. Remove
SIM Card
battery (see page 4).
2. Gently push bottom edge of
SIM card forward into SIM card pocket to release SIM card.
3. After SIM card is ejected, gently remove it.
Note: If you are upgrading your phone and your previous phone did not
support new services, such as MMS (Multimedia Messaging
Service), you may need to insert a new SIM card. Contact your
wireless service provider.
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INSTALLING AND REMOVING BATTERY
Caution: Using non-Panasonic accessories or accessories not
recommended by your wireless service provider may result in
poor performance of your phone, or even cause an electrical
hazard.
Installing Battery
1. Hold battery at a 45º
angle; insert tabs on top
edge of battery into slots
along top edge of
battery area.
2. Push bottom of battery
down until it clicks.
3. Replace battery cover
by sliding cover toward the bottom of the phone. Cover should
fit snugly with no gaps.
Removing Battery
Note: Before you remove the battery, switch off the phone and
disconnect the phone from the charger or any other device.
1. Place thumbs at outer
edges of battery cover,
press down, then slide off
battery cover towards
bottom of phone.
2. Use tabs at bottom of
battery to lift and remove
battery.
3. Replace battery cover.
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CHARGING BATTERY
Note: First verify that battery is installed.
1. Open connector cover.
2. Insert connector into left side
(2 gold contacts) of
connector area at bottom
end of the phone. Connect
Travel Charger into mains
power socket.
3. When charging is complete,
remove from mains power
socket and press release
button to disconnect the charger from the phone.
• DO NOT force connector: it may damage phone or Travel
Charger.
Charging Icons on Main and External Display
bars scroll when charging
bars stop scrolling when charging is complete
• If the phone is switched on, Battery full message displays
when charging is complete.
Low Battery Warning
When the battery power is low, Battery low message displays
and a warning tone sounds; phone will automatically switch off.
Fully recharge the battery. If you receive the low battery warning
during a conversation, finish your call immediately.
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INSTALLING AND REMOVING miniSD CARD
The miniSD Card is a memory card used to expand phone
memory and a way to transfer files to other devices.
Installing miniSD Card
1. On top of phone, lift up miniSD
Card cover.
2. Slide miniSD Card, with notched
corner entering phone first and
gold contacts facing up, into the
miniSD Card pocket until it clicks.
Push down miniSD Card cover
until it clicks.
MiniSD Card
Note: Do not insert any object except a miniSD Card into the miniSD
Card pocket.
Do not place labels, etc., onto the miniSD Card. A fine difference
in card thickness may result in insertion or removal difficulty, loss
of contact or loss of data.
Take care not to scratch or bend miniSD Card and gold contacts.
Removing miniSD Card
1. Press Power key
, scroll to Eject miniSD Card and press
OK. Before removing miniSD Card, wait for file saving or
copying process to finish.
2. On top of phone, lift up miniSD
Card cover.
3. To release miniSD Card, gently
push bottom edge of miniSD Card
forward into pocket.
4. After miniSD Card is ejected,
MiniSD Card
gently remove it. Push down
miniSD Card cover until it clicks.
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PHONE OVERVIEW
Earpiece
Main Display
Left
Softkey
Right
Softkey
Edit Key
Navigation
Key
Send Key
Clear Key
End Key
Application
Key
Silent Mode
Key
Asterisk Key
Power Key
Browser
Key
Microphone
Zero Key
miniSD Card Pocket
Camera Lens
Multibutton
Personal
Handsfree and
TTY Connector
Indicator Light
and Photolight
Infrared Port
External Display
and Viewfinder
Accessory Connector
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KEY FUNCTIONS
Key
Function
Power Key
Press and hold to switch phone on or off.
Press to choose different ringtones, eject miniSD Card, lock
keypad, or lock the phone.
Navigation Key
Press outside edges to scroll up , down , left or right
to move through menus and text.
Press centre
to select option.
In standby mode, press centre
to enter main applications
menu area.
Take a picture in Camera mode by pressing .
Send Key
Make a call.
Press in standby mode to recall recently dialled numbers.
Scroll to see received and missed calls lists.
Press and hold in standby mode to activate voice commands.
End Key
Ends a call.
Return to standby mode.
Applications Key
Enter the main applications menu area.
Return to standby mode.
Press and hold to view currently open applications.
Left Softkey
Perform action named in lower left of display.
Shortcut to open preset application in standby mode. To
change shortcut, see Standby Mode Settings on page 117.
To lock the keys, in standby mode press
, then press
.
To unlock the keys, press
, then press
.
Right Softkey
Perform action named in lower right of display.
Shortcut to open preset application in standby mode. To
change shortcut, see Standby Mode Settings on page 117.
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Key
Function
Edit Key
Select Dictionary for predictive text including insert and edit
words, or alpha mode or number mode.
Insert numbers or symbols.
Change writing language.
Mark multiple items in a list by holding down
, then
scrolling
or .
Clear Key
Erase character in edit mode.
Delete highlighted entered item.
Browser Key
Opens Browser.
Asterisk Key
In standby mode, press and hold to switch Photolight or
flashlight on or off.
In numeric and standby modes, press repeatedly for *, +, p
and w characters.
In Dictionary mode, scroll to other word choices when word is
underlined.
In edit mode, press to open special character table.
Zero Key
In standby mode, press and hold to enter + character for
dialling.
In edit mode, enter space.
Silent Mode Key
In standby mode, press and hold to switch Silent mode on or
off.
In edit mode, shift to upper and lower case letters, or press
twice briefly to turn on/off Dictionary for predictive text.
Multibutton (on side of phone)
From external display, turns on backlight for 15 seconds or if
backlight is already on, brings up status icons.
Turns off ringer during incoming call.
Takes a picture when flip is closed.
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Symbols used in this manual
-
Press Power key.
Press Applications key.
Press outside edges of
navigation key to scroll
up, down, left or right to
move through menus and
text.
Press navigation key
centre.
Press Send key.
Press End key.
Press Left softkey.
Press Right softkey.
Press Edit key.
Press Clear key.
Press number keys.
Press Browser key.
Press Asterisk key.
Press Silent Mode key.
Press Multibutton key (on
side of phone).
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ICONS
Different icons appear depending on the features you are using
and the options you have selected.
Icon
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Indicates
Icon
Indicates
Seven levels indicate
battery charge level. Bars
scroll when battery is
charging.
Alarm is set
Seven levels indicate
signal strength from
network on which phone is
currently registered
New voice mail message
received (if you have 2
lines, left circle is darkened
for line 1, right circle is
darkened for line 2)
GPRS service is available
New message received
GPRS service is on hold
during voice call
Message in Outbox waiting
to be sent
GPRS connection is active
Bluetooth® is enabled
Multiple GPRS connections
are active
Bluetooth® is active
Missed call
Infrared is enabled (flashes
when active)
Call divert is active (if you
have 2 lines, 1 or 2 also
appears)
USB connection enabled
Line selection 2
(SIM card dependent, if you
have 2 phone lines)
Navigation key - scroll and
move up or down options
Data call
Navigation key - scroll left
or right, move left or right to
view tabs
Icon
Indicates
Icon
Indicates
Keypad is locked
All ringing tones/ring
volume are off (Silent
ringtone)
Earpiece sound on
Private handsfree headset
attached
Loudspeaker sound on
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STANDBY MODE DISPLAYS
MAIN DISPLAY
Time
Network that phone is
currently using
Signal strength
icon
Battery charge
level icon
Date
Wallpaper
Left Softkey
selection area
Right Softkey
selection area
EXTERNAL DISPLAY
Press Multibutton once to switch on backlight, then press as
needed to toggle between clock and icon views.
Phone Status
icon area
Network that phone is
currently using
Time and date
area
Battery charge level
icon
Signal strength
icon
Network Status
icon area
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PHONE BASICS AND MANAGING
CALLS
SWITCHING THE PHONE ON AND OFF
Press and hold
.
Note: If your SIM card is PIN protected, your PIN code will be
requested. Enter the PIN code and press OK. See Security
Settings on page 122.
MAKING CALLS
Check that phone is switched on, signal strength icon displays at
least one bar
, and your network operator logo displays before
dialling a call.
Type in the Phone Number to Dial
1. From standby mode, enter the area code and phone number,
and press
.
2. To end the call, press
.
Note: To erase a digit, press
During a call, scroll
.
or
to adjust earpiece volume.
Warning: Closing the flip during a call DOES NOT END THE CALL,
when set to default. Opening the flip again allows you to
return to your previous conversation. To set the phone to end
the call when you close the flip, see Active clamshell in Call
Settings on page 117.
Use a Contact Card to Dial
From Contacts application:
1. Scroll to desired name card, press
.
• If the card has several phone numbers stored, select the
one you wish to dial.
To add information to your Contacts, see page 35 .
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Use a SIM Directory Entry to Dial
From Contacts application:
1. Scroll
to SIM directory view.
2. Scroll to desired name, press
.
To add names and numbers to your SIM directory, see page 35.
Speak the Name to Dial
To dial by saying the name of the person you wish to call:
1. Press and hold
.
2. After the prompt to “Say a command”, say “Voice Dial”.
3. After the prompt to “Say the name or number”, say the full
name of a person in your Contact list, including first name and
last name.
4. The name is repeated, and the phone will begin dialling.
See page 132 for more Voice Command options.
Speed Dialling
If you assigned speed dialling keys (see page 131) to your
frequently called numbers, you can dial them with 2 key presses.
1. From standby mode, press the preset speed dial digit key
then press
.
• If Speed dialling is set to On (see Call Settings on
page 117), just press and hold the preset speed dial digit
key to dial the assigned number.
Note: Location number 1 may be reserved for voice mailbox number.
Dialled Numbers, Received, or Missed Calls List
You can quickly dial previously dialled numbers, received call
numbers, or numbers of calls you missed.
1. From standby mode, press
.
2. From the list of Dialled numbers, scroll to desired entry and
press
to dial.
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• Scroll
to move to Received calls tab and Missed calls
tab to select a number from either of those lists.
Automatic Redial
If you set Automatic redial to On in the Call Settings menu (see
page 117), your phone will automatically redial the number up to
10 times under certain conditions, such as no answer, destination
number is busy, network busy, or some connection errors.
Press Quit or
to stop automatic redialling.
Dial from Messages
If a received message contains a phone number, you can dial it
from the Inbox message. You can also call the sender of an SMS
text message.
From Messages application:
1. Open Messages. Scroll to Inbox and open.
2. Scroll to desired message and open.
3. To find the phone number within a message, press Options
and select Find > Phone number, E-mail address, or Web
address. When found, text and numbers will be underlined.
• To call the sender of SMS text message from the open
message, press
to dial the sender’s phone number.
International Calling
From standby mode, press and hold
to enter +, the
international prefix, which is a shortcut for international dialling
access. Then type in the country code, area code, and phone
number. Press
.
Note: Many countries/regions include an initial 0 in the area code. In
most cases, you should omit this when dialling international
numbers. For further help, contact your wireless service provider.
Emergency Calls
Dial the local emergency number used in your current location.
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1. Switch on the phone if it is off.
2. Verify that the antenna icon is displayed.
3. Enter the local emergency number (such as 112) and press
.
Note: You can call the local emergency number even if the keys are
locked.
Making emergency calls without SIM is country or network
operator dependent.
Send Service Command to Network
Ask your wireless service provider to activate a particular service
by sending a service command. These commands, which may be
called USSD commands, can activate services such as mobile
prepay and chat.
1. First, contact your wireless service provider for the proper
service command code.
2. Type in the supplied service command code. If the phone
recognises it as a supplementary service or USSD request,
press Send service comm.
ANSWERING CALLS
When there is an incoming call, the phone rings and flashes
green.
Note: If the phone is set to a ringtone with vibrating alert on, the phone
flashes green and vibrates instead of ringing.
1. Open flip to answer a call.
• If flip is open, press
to answer a call.
Mute Ringing Tone
To mute ringing tone, press if flip is closed. If flip is open, press
.
Silence
. Then answer the call by pressing
Change Answer Settings
To change the setting so a call will not be answered by opening
the flip, see Active clamshell in Call Settings on page 117.
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To answer by pressing any key except
,
Anykey answer in Call Settings on page 117.
, or
, see
Divert Incoming Calls
To divert calls to your voice mailbox or another number, see Call
Divert on page 126. Then you can press
or Reject softkey
and incoming calls will be diverted.
If you ignore the call by not pressing any keys, the call details
appear on the Missed calls list.
ACTIVE CALL OPTIONS
When on a call, you can put the call on hold, mute the
microphone, send touch tones for passwords, etc., and create
multi-party calls, depending on network support.
Place Calls on Hold
To put a call on hold or release the call from hold, press Options
and select Hold or Unhold.
If you are connected to 2 calls (an active call and a call on hold),
press Options and select:
Swap
Put active call on hold and activate held call.
Transfer
Connect an active call and a held call, or an
incoming call to an active or a held call, and disconnect yourself from both calls, leaving the two
callers to talk to each other.
Shortcuts: You can also press
to switch between Hold and
Unhold on one call, or switch between one active and one
held call (Swap).
To end a held call and continue with the active call, press
and
.
To end the active call and continue with the held call, press
and
.
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HANDSFREE TALKING
To hear the caller’s voice from the handsfree loudspeaker, press
Loudsp.. Set the phone down nearby so you and several others
can have a conversation without holding the phone.
To go back to the earpiece, select Handset.
Loudspeaker icon - handsfree is active.
Earpiece icon - handsfree is not active.
If you have activated a Bluetooth® handsfree headset, press
Options and select BT Accessory to hear the caller’s voice in
the Bluetooth® headset.
Volume Control
Scroll
or
to increase or decrease volume of phone earpiece
, phone loudspeaker
, or if a headset is attached. Note the
volume step bars change as you adjust volume.
To mute or unmute the microphone, press Options and select
Mute or Unmute. Mute switches off the phone’s microphone and
any accessory microphones if attached. Unmute switches
microphone back on.
CALL WAITING
If you activated Call waiting network service in Call Settings (see
page 117), you can answer an incoming call when on an active
call.
1. During an active call, press
to answer an incoming call.
The active call is put on hold.
• To switch between the calls, press Swap or
.
• To end the currently active call and answer the incoming
call, press Replace.
2. To end the currently active call, press
. The held call
becomes active.
• Or to end both calls at once, press Options and select End
all calls.
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• If you press and hold
, all calls and data connections
are ended.
To reject the incoming call, press Reject. The caller receives a
busy message or goes to voice mail.
Send DTMF Touch Tones
DTMF touch tones can be transmitted during a call just by
pressing the keys (0 to 9, #, *) on your phone. Touch tones are
often used to access services such as voice mailboxes, calling
card calls, and banking.
During a call, press Options and select Send DTMF if you stored
a DTMF touch tone sequence in a Contacts card. Press Find,
scroll to desired entry and select.
To dial or store touch tone sequences:
1. Type in access phone number.
2. Before entering touch tone digits, press
repeatedly to
scroll through *, +, p, and w characters to:
• a short pause before the digits are transmitted (p
character).
• a manual wait period (w character) that requires you to
press Send
during the call to transmit the digits.
• + character to send a touch tone sequence stored in a
speed dial location (see page 131).
3. Enter the touch tone digits, for example, the access codes for
your voice mailbox.
4. Press
to immediately dial call, or press Options and
select Add to Contacts to store sequence in your Contacts
(see page 35).
Note: You can enter multiple instances of pause, wait, and speed dial
characters and touch tone sequences.
Open Applications during a Call
During a call, open the main application menu by pressing
then open the desired application, for example, check your
,
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Calendar for an upcoming meeting time. The active call remains
connected and is indicated by a small pop-up window. To return to
the active call window, exit the application.
If you press
, an active call will always disconnect.
Play/Record Sound Clips during a Call
To play a sound clip during a call, open the sound clip from its
current location and play. The other person hears the sound clip.
To record the current call, see page 141.
Multi-Party Calls
In a multi-party call, you can have a conversation with up to 5
different parties at the same time if supported by the network.
1. Call the first party.
2. After the call is connected, press Options and select New
call to enter a number or press Find to go to the Contacts to
dial a number and press
. The first call is put on hold.
3. After the new call is answered, press Options and select
Conference to join the held call and the active call together.
From then on, there is only one active call, which is the multiparty call.
4. To add another party to the call, repeat step 2, then press
Options and select Conference > Add to conference.
5. To have a private conversation with one of the parties, press
Options and select Conference > Private. Scroll to desired
party and press Private. The separated party becomes the
active call on your phone, the multi-party call is put on hold;
however, the remaining callers can continue with the multiparty call. To return to multi-call, press Swap. To return
Private call to multi-call, press Options and select
Conference.
6. To drop a party from the multi-party call, press Options and
select Conference > Drop participant. Scroll to desired
party and press Drop.
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7. To end the multi-party call, press
.
Note: If you are on an active call and already have a held call, start at
step 3.
ENDING CALLS
There are several ways to end a call:
• Close the flip.
• Press
.
• Press End call softkey.
• Press Options and select End active call.
To end all calls if there are more than one:
• Press Options and select End all calls.
If you press and hold
ended.
, all calls and data connections are
See Active Call Options starting on page 19 for ending held calls,
waiting calls, and multi-party calls.
CLOSE THE PHONE DURING A CALL
Closing the flip clamshell ends the call. This is the default setting
for Active clamshell in Call settings. If you want to close the
phone and speak handsfree during a call, change the Active
Clamshell setting to Off. This setting switches the caller's voice
to the back loudspeaker so you can speak handsfree.
To keep calls connected when you close the flip clamshell and
prevent calls from being answered when the flip is opened, see
Active clamshell in Call Settings on page 117.
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ENTERING TEXT
There are two main ways to enter text: using the predictive text
dictionary to quickly enter words, or alpha mode in which each
key is tapped until the planned letter appears.
DICTIONARY FOR PREDICTIVE TEXT ENTRY
Dictionary uses a predictive text system to enter words by
pressing one key per letter to display the planned word, instead of
pressing keys multiple times until each planned letter appears.
For example, to enter “Call me.” in a message, press:
C
a
l
l
m
e
.
When you press the 6 key and the 3 key, the word “of” appears on
screen, because the English dictionary ranks “of” as the most
common word associated with the key presses 6 and 3. To
change the word “of” to “me”, press
once, and the word
changes.
DISPLAY PLANNED WORD MATCHES
If the correct word does not display, press
repeatedly to
scroll through an alternative word list. To choose from all the word
matches, press
and select Dictionary > Matches.
ADD WORDS TO PREDICTIVE TEXT DICTIONARY
To add a word that is not already in the dictionary, press
and
select Dictionary > Insert word. You can also add the word to
the dictionary when Spell softkey appears.
GENERAL TEXT ENTRY
Enter text and numbers in one of three ways:
Alpha mode - press each key repeatedly until planned
letter appears.
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Dictionary mode - press one key per letter for dictionary to
display planned word.
Numeric mode - enter numbers.
Shortcut: To enter numbers while in alpha or dictionary mode, press
and hold desired number key
.
In both alpha mode and dictionary mode, choose from:
First letter capital
All capitals
Lower case
To enter symbols, press
and select Insert symbol.
To enter text at a flashing cursor:
1. Press the number keys associated with the planned letters
repeatedly until the planned letters appear on screen.
• To enter text using the predictive text dictionary, press
and select Dictionary on, if it is not already active.
2. Editing actions for each key and shortcuts:
Enter space.
Enter punctuation by pressing repeatedly.
In Dictionary mode, press
, then press
scroll to other punctuation.
repeatedly to
Erase a character.
Press and hold to switch between text and number modes.
Press to scroll through upper case, lower case, and first letter capital mode.
Press twice briefly to turn Dictionary on or off.
Turn Dictionary on or off.
Switch to number mode.
Insert symbols.
Change writing language.
In Dictionary mode, scroll to other word choices when word
is underlined.
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Press outer edges to scroll up, down, left, and right through
text.
Cut, Copy, and Paste Text
1. To cut, copy, and paste text, move cursor to left of text you
wish to copy.
2. While holding down
, press and hold
to highlight text.
3. Release keys to stop highlighting.
4. Press
and select Cut or Copy.
5. In message field, move cursor to new desired location, press
and select Paste.
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NAVIGATING THE APPLICATIONS
To view the main applications window, press
.
Navigation Key
Press the left, right, top and bottom edges of the navigation
key to move around the display.
Press
to:
• Open an application item
• Select a highlighted item
• Confirm a selection
• Take a picture with the camera
If an up or down arrow appears at the bottom of the display, scroll
or
to go to additional items.
Shortcut: To jump to and open one of the first 9 application items (if you
have not yet scrolled), simply press the number key
corresponding to the desired item’s location on the grid view.
The grid view numbering system is:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Tabs
There may be more files, folders, or pages
associated with an application item, which
can be viewed by moving right and left
across the screen. This is indicated by tabs
, arrows
, or numbers near
the top of the screen. For example, if you
are viewing page 5 of 12 pages associated
with a file, 5/12 and arrows are displayed.
• Scroll
and
and pages.
to move through the tabs
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Condensed Instructions
In this guide, to condense wording, statements are used such as
“Press Options and select Open”. This means to press Options,
highlight Open, and press Select. You may need to scroll within
the menu to reach Open. Many menu items are available within
Options menus and other menus; thus these shortcut statements
will be used throughout the guide to indicate the same type of
process.
In this guide, a statement such as “Select Send > Via
multimedia”, means to scroll to Send, then scroll
to view the
pop-up menu containing Via multimedia, then press
or Select
softkey to select Via multimedia. Within the pop-up menu, you
may need to scroll to highlight Via multimedia.
Options Softkey
At the first level of each menu item, Options
appears as a
way to organise or customise the menu system. The options
change depending on the menu level you are viewing.
To open the Options menu:
• Press Options, scroll to highlight the desired action, then
press
or press Select.
Open
Open the item.
List view
View the menu items in a list form. If you select
this, the option changes to Grid view to view the
menu items in a grid form.
Move
Move the item to another place within the
application system.
Move to folder
Move the application item into a folder.
New folder
Create and name a new folder.
Memory
details >
View information about items stored in the phone
memory and memory card (also referred to as
miniSD Card).
Exit
Exit the menu item.
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These additional actions may be available in the Options menu:
Remove or
Delete
Remove or delete an item or a marked item (see
Mark/Unmark on page 29) on a list or grid, or
press
.
Rename
Give a new name to the item.
Edit
Change information you have already entered.
Mark/Unmark
In menu items containing many files, you can mark specific files in
which to perform an action. For example, you may wish to delete
5 images from your Images folder containing 29 images.
To mark an item or items:
1. Press Options and select Mark/Unmark > Mark to place a
checkmark next to the desired file. Scroll to mark more items
as needed, or select Mark all to mark all files.
2. Press Options, then select desired action such as Delete,
Send, Move.
To unmark an item or items:
1. Press Options and select Mark/Unmark > Unmark on a
marked file to remove the checkmark. To unmark all files,
select Unmark all.
Shortcuts: To mark or unmark an item, hold down
then press
.
To mark or unmark multiple items, hold down
then
press and hold
or
of navigation key to scroll through
desired items. Release
or
to stop marking.
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Menus within a Menu
A pop-up menu appears when more than
one choice is available. For example, you
can send a Contacts entry several ways: via
text message, via multimedia, via e-mail, via
Bluetooth®, and via infrared.
To enter a pop-up menu:
• Scroll , or press , or Select softkey.
To close a pop-up menu:
• Scroll , or press Cancel softkey.
Save Changes
In many cases when editing text or numbers, or changing a
setting; press the Back softkey to automatically save changes.
MULTITASKING
You can work with more than one menu item simultaneously. For
example, you can start creating a new message, rename an
image, and begin creating a Contacts entry, all without losing the
data you have already entered.
To keep a menu item open:
Press
to go to the standby screen. Pressing
close the open menu item.
does not
Note: During a phone call,
terminates the call instead of acting as
a shortcut to the standby screen.
Opening and closing menu items
There are several ways to open menu items:
• Press .
• Press Options and select Open.
There are several ways to close menu items:
• Press Options and select Exit.
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• Press Back until Exit softkey appears, then press Exit.
• Press Close.
Shortcut to swapping among open items
If you have several menu items open, you
can press and hold
to view a pop-up
window and scroll to locate the desired open
item. When you open the item, you will begin
at the point where you were previously.
To close an open item from the pop-up
window, scroll to desired item, press
and select Yes.
SEARCH OPTION
In certain menu items, a magnifying glass icon
appears which allows you to search for a name, file or item.
To search, enter the first letter of the desired name or file. The
phone finds and displays matching entries. To refine the search,
enter two or more letters.
SHARED PHONE MEMORY
The phone’s memory capacity is shared by all images; text,
multimedia and e-mail messages; Contacts cards; video and
sound clips; ringtones; Calendar and Notepad notes; and
downloaded applications stored on your phone. If you keep more
files on the phone, then there is less memory available to store
new files or run certain applications.
To decrease the amount of phone memory used: (1) store data on
your miniSD Card; (2) delete data that is old, copied elsewhere or
not being used; (3) delete messages with attachments from your
Inbox after saving attachments to an application; (4) use the
portrait format to take pictures with the Camera whenever
possible. The portrait format file size is much smaller than
standard format.
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To view details of the phone memory and miniSD Card use, and
amount of free memory:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press
.
Press Options.
Scroll to Memory details.
Then scroll
to chyoose phone memory or memory card
(also referred to as miniSD Card).
Also see File Manager on page 148.
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APPLICATIONS MENU MAP
The phone’s main application menus are listed below. The names
listed represent the names in list view. The names may be slightly
different in grid view.
Note: The menus may not appear in the order or with the same icons as
listed here. The order and icons vary according to your wireless
service provider, or if you have customised your settings.
Settings
Camera
Calendar
Tools
Calculator
Converter
Notepad
Voice recorder
miniSD Card
To-Do List
Application
Mgr
File manager
PhotoLight
SIM Tool Kit
(optional)
Ringtone
Profiles
Themes
Settings
Clock
Speed Dialing
Voice Cmds
PrintBoy Setup
About product
Contacts
Media
Media Gallery
PhotoBase
RealOne
Player
Video
Recorder
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Messages
Voice Mailbox
Messages
Games
Micro Golf
BalloonHeaded Boy
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Call Logs
Recent calls
Call duration
GPRS
counter
Favourites
Connectivity
Browser
Operator
Menu
Modem
Bluetooth
Infrared
USB
Connection
Mgr
SyncML
Device Mgr
Quickoffice
CONTACTS
Store names, phone numbers, e-mail, web and street addresses,
even a thumbnail picture in a Contact card. Call and send
messages directly from Contacts. Numbers can also be stored on
your SIM card. See Entering Text page 24 to learn how to enter
text.
CREATE NEW CONTACT CARDS
From Contacts application:
1. Press Options and select New contact.
2. Enter information in main fields:
First name
Telephone
Last name
Mobile
Company
Fax
Job title
E-mail
3. From main fields, press Options to:
Add thumbnail
Place picture from your Images folder into the
card.
Add or Delete
detail
Choose desired fields and icons from list including
Job title, Telephone, Tel. (home), Tel. (business),
3 mobile, 3 fax, pager numbers, 3 E-mail fields, 3
Web addresses, 3 street address fields, DTMF
tones, Birthday, and Note.
Edit label
Change the field name.
4. Press Done to save entry.
Note: See SIM Directory to create and copy entries into your SIM
Directory.
SIM DIRECTORY
The SIM Directory shows you the names and numbers stored on
your SIM card. Your wireless service provider can program their
service numbers, your wireless phone number and other numbers
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into your SIM card. You can store personal numbers on your SIM
card as well.
Unlike a Contacts entry, a SIM Directory entry consists of only one
name and one phone number.
Copy Numbers to SIM Directory
1. From the Contacts list, highlight the desired card.
2. Press Options and select Copy to SIM direct.
3. Choose one of the phone number fields to copy, and press
OK.
• If you select All, the phone creates a separate SIM
directory entry for each phone number stored with that
Contacts entry name.
Note: To copy SIM entries to your Contacts, highlight the desired SIM
entry, then press Options and select Copy to Contacts.
The first time Contacts is opened after a different SIM card is
placed in the phone, press OK if you wish to copy SIM contacts
into the Contacts memory.
Create and Manage SIM Directory Entries
1. From the Contacts list, scroll to SIM directory tab.
2. Press Options and select from:
Call
Call the highlighted entry.
New SIM contact
Create a new SIM contact entry. Open and enter
Name, then enter No. and press Done.
Edit
Edit the highlighted SIM entry. Numbers stored by
your wireless service provider cannot be edited.
Delete
Delete the highlighted SIM entry. Numbers stored
by your wireless service provider cannot be
deleted.
Copy to Contacts
Copy the highlighted SIM entry to your Contacts
list.
My numbers
View your own phone numbers.
SIM details
View the number of used and free SIM entries.
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FIND A CONTACT CARD
From Contacts application:
1. Scroll to desired entry, or enter the first letter of desired entry
in
. Entries beginning with that letter will display.
2. Press
to open entry.
MAKE A CALL
From Contacts application:
1. Scroll to desired Contacts entry and press
.
Or, press Options and select Call.
• If entry contains more than one number, choose desired
number to dial before pressing
.
Note: To make a call from the SIM directory, from Contacts application
scroll
to SIM directory tab. Scroll to the desired entry and
.
press
CREATE A MESSAGE
From Contacts application:
1. Scroll to the desired Contacts entry and press Options.
2. Select Create message > Text message, Multimedia
message, or E-mail.
3. To complete Text messages, see page 50; or Multimedia
messages on page 51; or E-mail messages on page 53.
EDIT CONTACT CARDS
From Contacts application:
1. Highlight desired Contacts card.
2. Press Options and select Edit.
3. Scroll to desired field to edit, and begin entering data. If the
field already has information, scroll to move to editing point,
and press
to clear a letter or digit.
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4. Press Options to:
Add thumbnail
Place picture from Images folder in phone memory or miniSD Card.
Add or Delete
detail
Choose desired fields and icons from list including
Job title, Telephone, Tel. (home), Tel. (business),
3 mobile, 3 fax, pager numbers, 3 E-mail fields, 3
Web addresses, 3 street address fields, DTMF
tones, Birthday, and Note.
Edit label
Change the field name.
5. Press Done to save entry.
Assign Default Number to Dial
For a Contact card, set a particular phone number or address that
the phone will use each time you wish to call or write messages to
that person.
From Contacts application:
1. Scroll to desired Contact card and open.
2. Press Options and select Defaults.
3. Highlight a field:
Phone number
Text msg. number
MMS number/address
E-mail address
4. Press Assign.
5. Scroll to the desired entry and press Select.
• Repeat steps 4 to 6 to assign default numbers to the other
fields.
Note: To remove a default assignment, select (no default).
Assign a Ringing Tone
From Contacts application:
1. Scroll to desired Contact card and open.
2. Press Options and select Ringing tone.
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3. Scroll to desired tone (after a brief pause tone will play). You
can use tones already supplied, sent in messages (see
page 56), downloaded (see page 95), or recorded (see
page 140).
Note: If tones do not play, change the phone's ringtone to General or
Outdoor to hear the tones.
To assign a ringing tone to a group, scroll to move to Groups
tab, scroll to desired group, and continue with step 3.
Assign Speed Dial
From Contacts application:
1. Scroll to desired Contact card and open.
2. Scroll to desired phone number field in which to assign the
speed dial key, press Options and select Assign speed dial.
3. Press or scroll to desired number key and press Assign. The
icon
denotes that a speed dial key has been assigned to
this number field.
To make a call using speed dial, press the associated number
key, then press
.
To remove an existing speed dial key, from Contacts application:
1. Scroll to desired Contact card and open.
2. Scroll to speed dial phone number field, then press Options
and select Remove speed dial.
See page 131 for speed dial options.
Go to Web Address
If a Contact card contains a web address, you can launch the
Browser and go directly to the web address.
From Contacts application:
1. Scroll to desired Contact card and open.
2. Press Options and select Go to web address.
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MANAGE CONTACTS LIST
From Contacts application:
1. Press Options and select Edit, Delete or Duplicate.
Note: See Mark/Unmark on page 29 to select more than one entry.
Memory Used in Contacts
To view number of cards, groups used and amount of memory
used, from Contacts application:
1. Press Options and select Contacts info > Memory.
Sort List by Last Name or by First Name
From Contacts application:
1. Press Options and select Settings.
2. Open the Name display field to sort the list either by Last
name first or First name first.
Note: This feature is not available if the phone contains Chinese
language.
SEND A CONTACT CARD
Before a Contact card can be sent by Messaging or to another
device, it is converted to an electronic business card format
known as vCard.
From Contacts application:
1. Scroll to desired Contact entry.
2. Press Options, scroll to Send > Via text message, Via
multimedia, Via e-mail, Via Bluetooth, or Via infrared.
3. To complete text messages, see page 50; or multimedia
messages on page 51; or e-mail messages on page 53; or
Bluetooth® on page 102; or Infrared on page 104.
SERVICE NUMBERS
If your wireless service provider has stored service numbers on
your SIM card, you can view and call the service numbers.
From Contacts application:
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1. Press Options and select Service numbers.
CREATE AND MANAGE GROUPS
Place Contact entries into one group. Select the group name
when addressing a new message, and your message is sent to
each member of the group. For example, set up Business or
Family group. See Messages starting on page 48 to learn how to
send messages.
Create New Group
From Contacts application:
1. Scroll to Groups tab.
2. Press Options and select New group.
3. Enter a name for the group and press OK.
4. Open the group name, press Options and select Add
members.
5. Select desired Contact cards to add.
• To remove a member from a group, scroll to desired name,
then press Options and select Remove from group.
Manage Groups
From Contacts application:
1. Scroll to Groups tab.
2. Scroll to desired group, then press Options and select from:
Open to view group, Delete group, Rename group, add
Ringing tone for group.
To see if a person belongs to a group, or to add a person to a
group, from Contacts application:
1. Scroll to desired Contact card.
2. Press Options and select Belongs to groups or Add to
group. When adding, select desired group and press Add.
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TAKE A PICTURE AND ADD TO CONTACT
CARD
From Camera application:
1. The main display acts as a viewfinder when the flip is open.
The external display acts as the viewfinder when the flip is
closed.
2. To snap the picture, press
if the flip is open. Or press the
Multibutton on the side of the phone if the flip is closed.
• The image is saved in your Images folder in Media Gallery.
3. Open Contacts.
4. Highlight desired Contacts card.
5. Press Options and select Edit.
6. Press Options and select Add thumbnail.
7. Select Phone memory.
8. Open Images folder. Scroll to highlight the image, and press
Select.
9. Press Done.
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CALENDAR
Keep track of upcoming meetings, appointments and special
dates. Set alarms to remind you of upcoming events. Calendar
events can be sent and received as vCalendar messages and
synchronised with other devices to keep track of your schedule.
CREATE CALENDAR EVENTS
From Calendar application:
1. Press Options and select New entry > Meeting - events with
a start and end time, Memo - events such as trips or
vacations, or Anniversary - single day events such as
birthdays and anniversaries.
2. Enter information in most fields by entering numbers or letters:
Meeting
Memo
Anniversary
Subject
Subject
Occasion
Location
Start date
Date
Start time
End date
Alarm
End time
Synchronisation
Synchronisation
Start date
End date
Alarm
Repeat
Synchronisation
3. Press Done to save event.
Shortcut: If you start typing after opening the Calendar, you are
automatically entering the subject in a Meeting entry.
Set Calendar Alarm
When you set the alarm to On, scroll
to set the alarm time and
date.
When the alarm rings, press Stop
to stop the alarm. Press
Snooze
or any other key to snooze the alarm.
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Set Event Repeat Cycle
When an event occurs regularly (for example, football practice or
music lessons), open the Repeat field to set interval time periods
such as Weekly or Monthly.
Set Synchronisation
If you synchronise your Calendar events with a PC, you can set
the privacy level.
• Set to Private to hide events from online viewers.
• Set to Public to allow online viewers to see the event.
• Set to None if you do not wish to synchronise the event with
your PC calendar. See Synchronisation on page 107.
BROWSE CALENDAR
View the calendar by day, by month, or by week.
To change view, press Options and select Month view or Week
view.
Shortcuts: Scroll
to move around the calendar.
Press Options and select Go to date to go to a desired
date.
Press
to go to today.
CALENDAR ICONS
Meeting
Memo
Anniversary
Month View
Scheduled event - triangle in the lower right
corner of a date.
Current date - underlined.
Selected date - boxed; date also appears in
the navigation bar.
Far left column - the year’s week number (see
Week view title in Settings).
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Week View
Days of the week are displayed in columns.
Each hour of a day is denoted by a cell.
Meeting events - a colour bar during the
scheduled time periods.
Memo and Anniversary icons - appear
between 7am and 8am
Current weekday - underlined (if you are
viewing the current week).
Selected date - boxed; date also appears in the navigation bar.
Screen title - either the week number or the week dates of the
current week, depending on Calendar setting.
Day View
To view a certain day, scroll to the date and
open.
Scheduled events are listed.
EDIT CALENDAR EVENTS
1. Scroll to desired date in any view and open.
2. Scroll to scheduled event and open. Edit desired fields.
3. Press Done when finished.
DELETE EVENTS
1. Scroll to desired date in Month or Week view, and time period
in Week view and open.
2. Press Options and select Delete or press
.
To delete multiple events:
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1. View the calendar in Month view.
2. Press Options and select Delete entry > Before date to
delete entries before your specified date, or All entries.
CALENDAR SETTINGS
From Calendar application:
1. Press Options and select Settings. Open each option:
Calendar alarm
tone
Scroll to select desired tone (after a brief pause
tone will play).
Default view
Select Month view, Week view, or Day view.
Week starts on
Choose starting day of the week.
Week view title
Choose Week number of the year (e.g. Week 12)
or Week dates (e.g. 20.03.05-26.03.05).
Note: Week view title setting is available only if Week starts on is set
to Monday. Week numbers are shown in layouts only if Week
starts on is set to Monday.
SEND CALENDAR EVENTS
Before a Calendar event can be sent by Messaging or to another
device, it is converted to an electronic scheduling exchange
format known as vCalendar.
1. From an open Calendar event in Day view, press Options
and select Send > Via text message, Via multimedia, Via email, Via Bluetooth or Via infrared.
2. To complete text messages, see page 50; or multimedia
messages on page 51; or e-mail messages on page 53; or
Bluetooth® on page 102; or Infrared on page 104.
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CHINESE LUNAR CALENDAR
Check Chinese Lunar Calendar dates and festivals when still
viewing western Calendar information.
Note: Chinese Lunar Calendar will appear only when a Chinese
language is selected as the phone display language.
To display Chinese Lunar Calendar information:
1.
2.
3.
4.
From the open Calendar, press Options and select Settings.
Scroll to Lunar Calendar.
Select On.
To view Chinese Lunar Calendar detail, press Options and
select View lunar data.
To turn off Chinese Lunar Calendar information:
1. From the open Calendar, press Options and select Settings.
2. Scroll to Lunar Calendar.
3. Select Off.
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MESSAGES
Messages menu contains these main options:
Voice mail
Messages
VOICE MAIL
Voice mail service stores voice messages from callers who could
not reach you. The messages are stored on your wireless service
provider’s network, not on your phone. You must first subscribe to
voice mail from your wireless service provider before using this
service.
Listen to Voice Mail Messages
When you receive a new voice mail message, an alert sounds if
ringtone is not set to silent, and the voice mail icon
displays.
1. Press and hold
in standby mode to dial your voice mail
message centre.
• You can also press
and
in standby mode.
2. Follow the prompts to listen to your voice mail messages.
If the phone asks for the voice mailbox number, enter the voice
mail message centre phone number given to you by your wireless
service provider.
To change the voice mailbox number, from Messages application:
1. Open Voice Mail.
2. Press Options and select Change number.
MESSAGES
Send, receive, and store messages from text message (SMS),
multimedia (MMS), e-mail, service and cell broadcast.
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Messaging Types
SMS: Short Message Service allows you to send and receive
short text messages to mobile phones with short text message
capability on the same network or any network that has a roaming
agreement. A small black and white picture message can be
inserted in the message.
MMS: Multimedia Messaging Service allows you to send
messages containing images, video clips, sound clips and text.
Presentation templates are available to place media objects into
prearranged layouts. Multimedia messages can be sent to
another mobile phone with multimedia capability or to an e-mail
address.
E-mail: Create, send and receive e-mail messages, which can
have attachments.
Smart messages: Messages containing data such as electronic
business cards, ringing tones, Java™ applications or configuration
data such as WAP and multimedia settings.
These services do not work by sending messages directly to the
recipient; instead they store and forward messages through
specifically designated network servers.
Before Using Messaging Services
Before you can use multimedia or e-mail messaging, your
connection settings must be configured.
Your multimedia configuration settings may already be set by your
wireless service provider. If settings are not available, contact
your wireless service provider.
Your e-mail configuration settings are provided by an Internet
Service Provider (ISP) that supports POP3/IMAP4/SMTP
protocols.
Before you can send and receive e-mail:
(1) you need a subscription for data services
(2) contract must be set up with an ISP
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(3) you must configure an Internet Access Point (see Access
Point Settings on page 118)
Messages Menu Main Options
New message
Drafts
Create new messages
Stores unfinished messages
Inbox
Sent
Stores received messages except
e-mail and cell broadcast
Stores sent messages
My folders
Outbox
Stores moved messages and
templates
Temporarily stores messages
waiting to be sent
Mailbox
Reports
Receives and stores e-mail
messages
Delivery status on text, multimedia,
and smart messages
In some main Messages options, icons indicate the message
type:
Text message
Bluetooth
Cell broadcast
Multimedia
Infrared
Unknown
E-mail
WAP push
Attachment
Smart
To view Cell Broadcast messages, see page 69.
CREATE NEW TEXT MESSAGES
From Messages application:
1. Open Messages.
2. Open New Message and select Text
message.
3. In the To field, type in recipient’s phone
number.
• To retrieve from Contacts card, press
, or Options and select Add
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recipient. Scroll to desired name and press OK. Select
desired number if entry has several numbers.
• To separate multiple recipients, enter a semicolon (;) by
pressing
.
4. Scroll
to move to text entry field, and enter text.
5. If desired, press Options and select Insert >
Picture
Picture msg. from Media Gallery
Template
Select from a list of sentences in which you fill in
the blank
6. To send, press
or press Options and select Send.
Note: Text messages have a 160 character limit. The counter keeps
track of total characters available. If you use more than 160
characters, a new text message starts, but appears as one
message or more at destination. You may be charged for more
than one text message.
CREATE NEW MULTIMEDIA MESSAGES
From Messages application:
1. Open Messages.
2. Open New message and select
Multimedia message.
3. In the To field, type in recipient’s phone
number or e-mail address.
• To retrieve from Contacts card, press
, or Options, and select Add
recipient. Scroll to desired name and
press OK. Select desired number if entry has several
numbers. Card must have a phone number or e-mail
address to be visible.
• To separate multiple recipients, enter a semicolon (;) by
pressing
.
4. Scroll
to move to text entry field, and enter text.
5. If desired, press Options and select Insert >
Image
Image from your Images folder
Sound clip
Sound clip from your Sound clips folder
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Video clip
Video clip from your Video clips folder
New image
New image from Camera
New sound clip New sound clip from Recorder
Slide
Add new slide to message
6. To send, press
or press Options and select Send.
Note: If multimedia messages are sent to devices without multimedia or
e-mail capabilities, the recipient may receive a message
containing a link to a web page.
Create Presentation
Choose from four presentation templates to create an impressive
multimedia show.
1. Complete steps 1, 2 and 3 in Create New Multimedia
Messages on page 51.
2. Press Options and select Create presentation.
3. Select from the list of templates:
• Image template
• Video template
• Sm. image tem.
• Temp. with title
4. Highlight desired template, and press Select.
5. Scroll to the video, text, or image region of the template to
highlight it.
6. If desired, press Options and select Insert >
Image
Image from your Images folder
Sound clip
Sound to play at start of show
Video clip
Video clip from your Video clips folder
Note
Note from Notepad (if a text region is highlighted)
New image
New image from Camera
New slide
Add new slide to show
Note: Available choices depend on region highlighted.
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7. Press Options and select:
Send
Send completed presentation
Full screen
Edit in full screen view
Normal screen
Edit in normal screen view with signal icon, slide
number, and softkey labels in view
Edit text
Start or stop text editing, change text colour
Preview
message
Preview entire message before sending
Remove >
Remove image, sound clip, video clip, or current
slide
Backgrnd.
settings >
Set background colour, add background image to
current slide or entire presentation, remove
background image
Effect settings > Set transition effect between images and between
slides
8. To send, press
or press Options and select Send.
CREATE NEW E-MAIL MESSAGES
Before you can write an e-mail message, at least one mailbox
must be configured. See page 58.
From Messages application:
1. Open Messages.
2. Open New message and select E-mail.
3. In the To field, type in recipient’s e-mail
address.
• To retrieve from Contacts card, press
, or Options, and select Add
recipient. Scroll to desired name and
press OK. Card must have an e-mail
address to be visible.
• To separate multiple recipients, enter a semicolon (;) by
pressing
.
4. Scroll
to enter recipients in Cc (courtesy copy) field and
type subject in subject field (both fields optional).
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5. Scroll
to move to text entry field, enter text.
6. If desired, press Options and select Insert >
Image
Image from your Images folder
Sound clip
Sound clip from Sound clips folder
Video clip
Video clip from Video clips folder
Note
Note from Notepad
Template
Select from a list of sentences in which you fill in
the blank
7. To send, press
, or press Options and select Send.
• To view, add, or remove attachments before sending, press
Options and select Attachments.
• If phone is set to send e-mail during next connection to
mailbox, then pending e-mail will be stored in Outbox.
Change setting by pressing Options and selecting
Sending options.
COMMON WRITING TASKS
• To cut, copy and paste text, see page 26.
• To save before sending, press Close. Message is
automatically stored in Drafts folder.
• To match names in To and Cc fields to names in Contacts,
press Options and select Check contacts.
RECEIVE NEW MESSAGES
When you receive a new message, the standby screen displays a
new message icon
and a note indicating the number of new
messages. Press Show to read the message. If there is more
than one message, press Show to open the Inbox, then scroll to
the desired message header and open.
INBOX (RECEIVED MESSAGES)
Inbox stores received text, multimedia, and smart messages.
Incoming Bluetooth®, Infrared, WAP push, SIM, voicemail and email waiting messages are also placed here.
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The messages remain in the Inbox until you move them to My
folders or delete them.
Unread messages have incoming arrow appearing with icon that
identifies type of message.
Read messages have no arrow with icon.
Read or Play Inbox Messages
From Messages application:
1. Open Messages.
2. Scroll to Inbox and open.
3. A list of message headers displays, indicating type of
message sender (Multimedia, Bluetooth®, etc.) and icon.
Scroll to desired message header and open.
• The message may first need to be retrieved from the network
server depending on the message type or whether it contains
large files.
• Press Play if needed for video clips, sound clips and
presentations.
• If the message contains an image, it opens automatically.
Note: Scroll
to decrease or increase audio volume.
Reply to and Forward Inbox Messages
From Messages application:
1. Open Messages.
2. Select Inbox.
3. Scroll to desired message, press Options and select Reply >
To sender or To all or Forward.
4. To reply, enter text in text field.
To forward, enter recipient(s) phone numbers or e-mail
addresses.
5. Press
.
Note: The phone may not allow you to copy, modify, transfer, or forward
some copyrighted images, ringtones and other content.
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Store Inbox Messages
From Messages application:
1. Open Messages.
2. Select Inbox.
3. Highlight desired message.
4. Press Options and select Move to folder.
5. Choose a folder and press OK.
Save Attachment or Data
You can save images and media clips from messages.
Attachments to e-mail, links to streaming media, Contacts cards,
Calendar items, ringtones, and configuration data can also be
saved.
1. Open desired message.
2. Press Options and select Save.
• If needed, the data is directed to the appropriate
application.
3. If needed, select to save either in phone memory or miniSD
Card, and press OK.
4. If needed, scroll to desired folder to place object or
attachment, press Open or Save. If desired, rename the file.
Press Save.
Note: Received applications or games can be installed directly from the
Inbox. When you open the message, the phone asks if you want
to install it now.
An attachment or object remains in the Inbox after it is saved to
another application. To save memory space, delete message
from Inbox.
Find Phone number, E-mail or Web Address in Message
Within received messages, you can find a phone number, e-mail
or web address within message text and use it to call, write,
access a service or create a Contacts card.
From Messages application:
1. Open Messages.
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2. Scroll to Inbox or My folders and open.
3. Scroll to desired message and open.
4. Press Options and select Find > Phone number, E-mail
address, or Web address.
5. Text and numbers are highlighted when found. If more than
one is found, scroll to highlight desired item.
6. Press
to Send a message, Add to Contacts to add or
update Contacts, Call a number, Go to web address, or Add
to bookmarks to add web address to bookmarks.
MY FOLDERS (ORGANISE MESSAGES)
Store your messages in My folders. You can also create and
name new folders. For example, create a folder for Friends and
one for Family messages. Folders can also be created by
message type or by subject.
From Messages application:
1. Open Messages.
2. Select My folders.
3. Press Options and select New folder.
4. Enter a name for your folder and press OK.
Note: You cannot create folders within a folder.
To rename or delete a folder, from Messages application:
1. Open Messages.
2. Select My folders.
3. Scroll to desired folder, press Options and select Rename
folder or Delete.
Templates
Templates are short sentences in which you fill in the blank, then
send the message. Template sentences can also be inserted into
longer messages.
From Messages application:
1. Open Messages.
2. Select My folders. Select Templates.
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3. Scroll to desired text. Press Options and select Send > Via
text message, Via multimedia, or Via e-mail.
4. Press
and a new message opens with template text
already placed.
5. Fill in needed information and press
.
Note: In longer messages, at cursor, press Options and select Insert >
Template. Template text is placed at cursor.
To create your own template text, from Messages application:
1. Open Messages.
2. Select My folders. Select Templates.
3. Press Options and select New template.
4. Enter text, numbers, or symbols, and press Done.
MAILBOX (E-MAIL MESSAGES)
E-mail is received and stored in a separate mailbox. Once you set
up a mailbox, Mailbox will be renamed and appear with its new
name in the main Messages list. You can set up to 6 mailboxes;
each appears separately in the main Messages list.
After your e-mail is set up, use the mailbox to view and send email. Files such as images, sound and video clips can be attached
from phone memory or miniSD Card. Supported e-mail clients
include a standard POP3, IMAP4, SMTP, MIME client. E-mail
messaging takes place over CSD and GPRS bearerset using
standard Internet e-mail protocols over TCP/IP.
Note: Before you can send or retrieve e-mail, you must first set up a
mailbox.
Configure Mailboxes
From Messages application:
1. Open Messages.
2. Press Options and select Settings.
3. Scroll to E-mail and open.
4. Highlight Mailboxes and open.
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5. Press Options and select New mailbox.
6. Enter information in fields. Fields marked in the phone with a
red asterisk (*) must have an entry.
Mailbox name
Use default name or enter a name for your
mailbox and press OK.
* Access point
in use
Default Access Point supplied by wireless service
provider
* My e-mail
address
Enter your own e-mail address and press OK.
May be supplied by wireless or Internet service
provider.
* Outgoing mail Enter SMTP mail server address.
server
Send message
Choose During next conn. or Immediately.
Send copy to
self
Select Yes or No.
Include
signature
Select Yes to enter a signature for outgoing
messages.
User name
Enter a name to log into service provider remote
mailbox.
Password
Enter password.
* Incoming mail Enter address of incoming mail server (POP or
server
IMAP), supplied by service provider.
Mailbox type
Select POP3 or IMAP4.
Security
Select Off or On. Determined by Internet service
provider.
APOP secure
login
(POP3 only)
Select Yes to use authenticated POP log in;
encrypts password.
Retrieve
attachment
(IMAP4 only)
Select Yes or No to automatically retrieve
attachment when message is fetched.
Retrieve
headers
(IMAP4 only)
Select All to retrieve all message headers, or
select User defined and type in a number to
retrieve only the latest headers.
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Select Mailbox Name to Use to Send E-mail
To select which mailbox to use to send e-mail messages, see
page 67.
If you have more than one mailbox and you start to write a new
message, the phone notifies you of the mailbox name that is
currently in use. To change the mailbox, see page 67 to change
Mailbox in use setting.
Create a New E-mail Message
To create a new e-mail message, see page 53.
Retrieve E-mail
You can view your mailbox either online or offline. When you are
online, you see your messages stored on the remote server.
When you are offline, you see messages retrieved from the
remote server to your phone, or message headers if not yet
retrieved. IMAP4 protocol allows you to retrieve messages without
attachments, so large memory files can remain in your online
mailbox and not be stored in the phone.
You can mark as read or delete messages, or copy them to
another folder and view message details when offline. Your
mailbox is synchronised to the server when you go online.
When you receive a new e-mail message, a new message notice
appears on the standby screen.
To connect to your mailbox, from Messages application:
1. Open Messages.
2. Select Mailbox (or renamed mailbox).
3. Press Options and select Connect.
4. Once you are connected, press Options and select Retrieve
e-mail > New, Selected, or All.
• To select certain messages, use Mark/Unmark action.
5. Once messages are retrieved, you can read them offline.
Press Options and select Disconnect.
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Read Messages Offline
From Messages application:
1. Open Messages.
2. Select Mailbox (or renamed mailbox).
3. Press No when phone asks to connect to mailbox.
4. Scroll to desired message and open.
Reply to E-mail Messages
From Messages application:
1. Open Messages.
2. Select Mailbox (or renamed mailbox).
3. Highlight desired message.
4. Press Options and select Reply > To sender or To all.
Copy E-mail Messages
From Messages application:
1. Open Messages.
2. Select Mailbox (or renamed mailbox).
3. Highlight desired message.
4. Press Options and select Copy to folder.
5. Choose from the appropriate folders and press OK.
Sort Message List
From Messages application:
1. Open Messages.
2. Select Mailbox (or renamed mailbox).
3. Press Options and select Sort by > Date, Sender, or
Subject.
Save Attachment or Data
You can save attachments, such as Contacts cards, Calendar
items, links to streaming media, and configuration data.
1. Open desired message.
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2. Press Options and select Attachments >
Open
Open attachment in read-only mode
Save
Save attachment
Send
Send attachment via Bluetooth® or Infrared
Note: Attachment cannot be opened, saved, or sent if it has not been
retrieved.
Add E-mail Address to Contacts Card
From Messages application:
1. Open Messages.
2. Select Mailbox (or renamed mailbox).
3. Open desired message.
4. Press Options and select Add to Contacts > Create new to
create a new Contacts card using the sender’s e-mail
address, or Update existing to place the sender’s
e-mail address in an existing Contacts card.
5. Continue with Create New Contact Cards on page 35 or Edit
Contact Cards on page 37.
Manage Mailboxes
From Messages application:
1. Open Messages.
2. Press Options and select Settings.
3. Scroll to E-mail and open.
4. Highlight Mailboxes and open.
5. Scroll to desired mailbox name and press Options and select
Edit or Delete.
DRAFTS
Your unfinished text (SMS), multimedia (MMS), and e-mail
messages that have not been sent are stored in the Drafts folder.
From Messages application:
1. Open Messages.
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2.
3.
4.
5.
Scroll to Drafts and open.
Scroll to desired message and open.
Enter the rest of the information.
Press
, or if desired press Options and select:
Send
Send message
Add recipient
Send to more than one address
Insert >
Insert items such as Picture, Image,
Sound clip, Video clip, or Template,
depending on what type of file the message
type supports
Attachments (E-mail)
Objects (Multimedia)
Open, insert, or remove attachments or
objects
Edit presentation
(Multimedia)
Edit the presentation
Preview message
(Multimedia)
Preview message before sending
Check contacts
Match names in To and Cc fields to names
in Contacts
Message details
View details such as message size
Sending options
View or change sending options depending
on type of message
SENT
Text, multimedia, smart, and e-mail messages that have been
successfully sent are stored in the Sent folder, which stores the
last 15 sent messages.
Move Sent Messages to My Folders
From Messages application:
1. Open Messages.
2. Scroll to Sent and open.
3. Scroll to desired message, then press Options and select
Move to folder.
4. Select desired folder and press OK.
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View or Delete Sent Messages
To view or delete sent messages and objects or attachments,
from Messages application:
1. Open Messages.
2. Scroll to Sent and open.
3. Scroll to desired message and open.
4. Press Options and select:
Attachments (E-mail)
Objects (Multimedia)
Open, save, or send attachments or objects
Delete
Delete message, object or attachment
Message details
View details such as message size
OUTBOX
Outbox stores messages waiting to be sent, and messages that
could not be sent; for example, connection to the network failed.
It also temporarily stores Bluetooth® and Infrared messages that
are waiting for connection to the receiving device. If the
connection fails, Outbox does not keep the message.
The Outbox icon
appears on the standby screen when there
are messages in the Outbox.
Status of Outbox messages:
Sending
Connecting to network
Waiting
Waiting to connect
Queued
E-mail waiting for
connection
Resend
at
If sending failed, resend
attempt
Failed
Sending has not been
successful
Deferred Suspend sending to
another time
Send, View, and Manage Outbox Messages
From Messages application:
1. Open Messages.
2. Scroll to Outbox and open.
3. Scroll to desired message. Press Options and select:
Defer sending
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Defer sending until you manually send
Message details View details such as message size
Send
Send message now
Move to Drafts
Move message to Drafts folder, where it can be
edited and resent
Messages waiting in the Outbox are automatically resent (except
e-mail set to send during next connection), depending on network
availability.
To cancel resending, from Messages application:
1. Open Messages.
2. Scroll to Outbox and open.
3. Scroll to desired message. Press Options and select Delete.
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REPORTS
Delivery reports for text, multimedia, and smart messages can be
sent by your wireless service provider, and stored in the Reports
folder. Delivery reports are not available for e-mail messages.
From Messages application:
1. Open Messages.
2. Press Options and select Settings.
3. For text messages, open Text message, scroll to Receive
report and select Yes. For multimedia messages, open
Multimedia message, scroll to Receive report and select
Yes.
MESSAGE SETTINGS
Text Message Settings
From Messages application:
1. Open Messages.
2. Press Options and select Settings.
3. Open Text message. Open fields as needed:
Message
centres
Choose from provided list of network and SIM
message centres
Msg. centre in
use
Choose which message centre is used to deliver
text messages
Receive report
Choose Yes or No. If Yes, delivery reports
showing status of sent text messages are stored
in Reports folder.
Message
validity
Choose a time period from 1 hour to maximum in
which text message delivery is attempted from the
message centre.
Message sent
as
Choose Paging or E-mail if you wish to convert
your text message to one of those forms for
sending. Available only if network can perform the
conversion.
Preferred
connection
Choose GSM or GPRS connection.
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Reply via same
ctr.
Select Yes to allow your text message recipients
to use your text message centre to reply to you
without having to subscribe to a text messaging
service.
Multimedia Message Settings
From Messages application:
1. Open Messages.
2. Press Options and select Settings.
3. Open Multimedia message. Open fields as needed:
* Access point
in use
Choose from list of access points. See page 118
to create and edit access points.
Multimedia
reception
Choose Only in home net., Always on or Off for
incoming messages.
On receiving
msg.
Choose Retr. immediately, Defer retrieval or
Reject message for incoming messages.
Allow anon.
messages
Select Yes to receive messages from anonymous
(unknown) senders.
Receive adverts Select Yes to receive advertisements.
Receive report
Select Yes to receive delivery reports.
Deny report
sending
Select Yes so that your phone will not send a
delivery report to confirm receipt of a new
message.
Message
validity
Choose a time period for the message centre to
attempt message delivery.
Image size
Select Small (default) for 160x120 (max) image
size, or Large for 640x480 (max).
Default speaker Choose to play sound clips from Loudspeaker or
Handset speaker.
E-mail Message Settings
From Messages application:
1. Open Messages.
2. Press Options and select Settings.
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3. Open E-mail. Open fields as needed:
Mailboxes
View list of mailboxes you have set up.
Mailbox in use
Select mailbox to use to send e-mail.
Service Message Settings
From Messages application:
1. Open Messages.
2. Press Options and select Settings.
3. Open Service message. Open fields as needed:
Service
messages
Select On to receive service messages.
Download
messages
Select Manually to allow only authorised senders
to send service messages.
Cell Broadcast Message Settings
From Messages application:
1. Open Messages.
2. Press Options and select Settings.
3. Open Cell broadcast. Open fields as needed:
Reception
Select On to receive cell broadcast messages
Language
Select All to receive cell broadcasts in all possible
languages, or Selected to choose from a list, or
Other if your preferred language is not listed.
Topic detection Select On to view a list of topic indexes provided
by the network.
Other Message Settings
From Messages application:
1. Open Messages.
2. Press Options and select Settings.
3. Open Other. Open fields as needed:
Save sent
messages
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Select Yes to save sent messages to the Sent
folder.
No. of saved
msgs.
Type in a number to set maximum amount of
messages saved to Sent folder.
SIM MESSAGES
To view, copy, or delete text messages stored on the SIM card,
from Messages application:
1. Open Messages.
2. Press Options and select SIM messages.
3. A list of messages stored on the SIM card appears.
4. To view the messages, first copy them to the phone memory.
Before copying multiple messages, use Mark/Unmark > Mark
or Mark all to mark any or all desired messages to perform
copying at one time. Press Options and select Copy.
5. Choose the desired folder to place the copy and press OK.
6. If desired, press Options and select Delete to delete
messages from the SIM card.
CELL BROADCAST MESSAGES
Cell broadcast messages are sent by your wireless service
provider to GSM customers in a certain area. They provide
general information about topics such as weather reports, traffic
news, and customer services. Available topic names and
numbers are supplied by your wireless service provider.
Note: Leaving Cell broadcast set to On reduces battery life.
From Messages application:
1. Open Messages.
2. Press Options and select Cell broadcast.
3. Press Options and select:
Open
Open topic
Subscribe or
Unsubscribe
Subscribe to selected topic to receive related
messages. Select Unsubscribe to stop receiving
related messages.
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Hotmark or
Remove
hotmark
When topic is hotmarked, you will receive a notice
when related messages arrive.
Topic >
Choose Add manually to type in a topic name or
topic number or Delete all.
Settings
See Cell Broadcast Message Settings on page 68
to turn on or off Cell broadcast reception, choose
Cell broadcast language, and turn on or off topic
detection.
SERVICE COMMAND
Ask your wireless service provider to activate a particular service
by sending a service command. These commands, which may be
called USSD commands, can activate services such as mobile
prepay and chat.
1. Contact your wireless service provider for the proper service
command statement.
From Messages application:
2. Open Messages.
3. Press Options and select Service command.
4. Enter the service command, then press
.
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CAMERA
Take pictures to send in a multimedia or e-mail message, or for
your Contacts cards. Pictures can also be sent via infrared or
Bluetooth®.
Note: Camera mode depletes battery power more rapidly. To conserve
your battery, the phone shifts to camera standby mode after 1
minute if no keys are pressed.
TAKE A PICTURE
From Camera application:
1. With the flip open, the main display acts
as a viewfinder. Move the phone around
to frame your subject.
2. To snap the picture, press
.
• The image is automatically saved to
Images folder. See Gallery on
page 75.
To send the picture immediately, press
.
Scroll to Via multimedia, Via e-mail, Via Bluetooth, or Via
infrared. To complete multimedia messages, see page 51; or Email messages on page 53; or Bluetooth® on page 102; or
Infrared on page 104.
If you do not want to save it, either:
• Press
and select Yes
• Press Options and select Delete.
Change Capture Modes
To choose different picture capture modes, scroll
to select:
Standard
Regular size landscape pictures (640x480 pixels
[VGA])
Portrait
Smaller pictures that use much less memory and
can be placed in Contacts cards (80x96 pixels)
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• Red number in upper right corner indicates the amount of
pictures that can fit in phone memory, depending on selected
image size.
Zoom
You can zoom in on your subject before taking a picture.
1. When viewing your subject in the viewfinder, press
once for
2x zoom, press
again for 4x zoom. Press
to step back
one zoom level.
2. Press
to snap the picture.
Self-timer
Set the camera to take a picture after setting the timer to delay the
shutter.
1. From the viewfinder, press Options and select Self-timer >
10 seconds, 20 seconds, or 30 seconds.
2. Move the phone around to frame your subject.
3. Press Activate to start the timer.
• The shutter sounds when the picture is taken.
• The image is stored in the Media Gallery Images folder.
Photolight
Light up your subject before snapping a picture. See Photolight on
page 150.
TAKE A SELF-PORTRAIT
From Camera application:
1. Close the phone flip. The external display acts as a
viewfinder. Move the phone around to frame your subject.
2. Press Multibutton on side of phone to snap the picture.
3. Open the flip. The image appears on the main display.
• The image is automatically saved to Media Gallery Images
folder. To make changes to the image, press Options and
select Go to Gallery. See Gallery on page 75.
To send the picture immediately, see Send Pictures on page 74.
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If you do not want to save it, press Options and select Delete.
SAVE PICTURES
Pictures are automatically saved in the Images folder in Media
Gallery in phone memory, or you can save them on the miniSD
Card.
To save pictures to the miniSD Card, from Camera application:
1. Press Options and select Settings.
2. Scroll to Memory in use and open.
3. Select NO NAME or the name assigned to your miniSD Card.
• All pictures are saved to the miniSD Card until this setting
is changed to Phone memory, or miniSD Card is removed.
Note: To rename your miniSD Card, see miniSD Card (MEMORY
CARD) on page 143.
VIEW PICTURES
From Camera application:
1. Press Options and select Go to Gallery. A list of images
stored in phone memory displays. Scroll to desired image and
open.
• Or to view images in miniSD Card, press Back, scroll
to
miniSD Card tab. Scroll to desired image or folder and
open.
NAME PICTURES
To change the name that is used as the default file name for new
images, from Camera application:
1. Press Options and select Settings.
2. Open Default image name and enter desired text.
• For example, if you change the Image Name to SkiTrip,
then your pictures will be named SkiTrip, SkiTrip(01),
SkiTrip(02), etc. until the default name is changed.
To rename an individual image when you have taken a picture:
1. With saved image on main display, press Options and select
Rename.
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2. Enter a new name for the image.
PICTURE QUALITY
To choose the compression level (memory size) of future pictures,
from Camera application:
1. Press Options and select Settings. Open Image quality.
2. Select High, Normal, or Basic. The higher the image quality
you choose, the larger the file size will be.
If you plan to view pictures on a computer, use High or Normal
picture quality so the quality will be better maintained when
enlarged on a computer screen.
Basic picture quality is best when the pictures are viewed on
phones and other small screens.
Note: All three levels are 640x480 pixels resolution (sharpness).
SEND PICTURES
Send the picture you just took to your family and friends.
1. With saved image on main display, press
, or press
Options and select Send > Via multimedia, Via e-mail, Via
Bluetooth, or Via infrared.
2. To complete multimedia messages, see page 51; or E-mail
messages on page 53; or Bluetooth® on page 102; or Infrared
on page 104.
Add a Picture to Contact Card
To add a picture to a Contact card, see Edit Contact Cards on
page 37.
Incoming Calls when in Camera Mode
If you receive a call while in camera mode, the phone temporarily
suspends camera mode and switches to the incoming call display.
Once you answer the call, the screen returns to Camera mode
and a small active call icon displays. If a captured image is on the
preview screen, it is saved in the Media Gallery Images folder.
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MEDIA
Media menu contains these main options:
Gallery
PhotoBase
RealOne Player
Video Recorder
GALLERY
Store, play, and manage your pictures, images, video clips, sound
clips and streaming links (web addresses) in the phone memory
or miniSD Card. Send media files to friends and family via
multimedia, e-mail, Bluetooth®, or infrared.
See Specifications in Part 2 of the User Guide for supported
media file formats.
VIEW IMAGE, SOUND, AND VIDEO FOLDERS
From Media application:
1. Open Gallery.
2. Phone icon tab shows data stored in phone memory, or scroll
to view data stored on miniSD Card.
3. Select folder:
Documents
See File Manager on page 148 to view your
QuickOffice documents.
Images
Scroll to desired image, or open Wallpapers folder
to view wallpaper files. Contact your network
operator for availability of Picture msg. service.
Sound clips
Choose Digital sounds folder or Tones folder.
Video clips
Video clips.
VIEW IMAGES, ZOOM IN, AND SET AS
WALLPAPER
When an individual image is open, you can zoom in/out, rotate
and view images full screen, and do other actions as listed below.
From Media application:
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1. Open Gallery.
2. Phone icon tab shows data stored in phone memory, or scroll
to view data stored on miniSD Card.
3. Open Images folder, then scroll to and open desired image.
4. Press Options and select:
Send >
Set as wallpaper
Rotate >
Zoom in / Zoom
out
Full screen
Normal screen
Rename
View details
Add to
favourites
Send file to another device.
Set image as wallpaper in standby mode.
Rotate image Left or Right in 90 degree steps.
Zoom in or out in steps from 12.5% to 800%.
Removes status bar and softkey text to see more
of the image.
When viewing full screen, press
, then select
Normal screen to view status bar and softkey text.
Rename the image.
View details such as file format and size, and
image creation time and date.
Add a shortcut to view image from Favourites.
Zoom, Rotate, and Panning Shortcuts
Zoom
Pan
Rotate
Original
Full screen
zooms in;
zooms out;
again to activate full screen
and
pan up;
pan left;
and
and
pan down;
pan right
rotates clockwise;
Press and hold
zooms in; press
and
rotates counter clockwise
to go back to original size view
switches between full screen view and original
size view
• If image is not zoomed, scroll
to go to next image in the
current folder.
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PLAY VIDEO, SOUND CLIPS, AND STREAMING
MEDIA
Watch video clips and listen to sound clips, or play streaming
media. Streaming media is sound and video stored and played
back as it arrives from the Internet or your network servers; thus
the file is not stored on your phone, taking up valuable memory.
From Media application:
1. Open Gallery.
2. Phone icon tab shows data stored in phone memory, or scroll
to view data stored on miniSD Card.
3. Open desired folder(s), then scroll to and open desired video
or sound clip. When choosing a link to streaming media, the
phone begins connection process to the Internet or to your
network.
• See Player Controls on page 78.
Note: For streaming media, after the phone successfully connects to
the link (web address of streaming media), there is a short
loading period to prepare playback, then the streaming media
begins playing. See Player Controls on page 78.
Press Options and select from these additional options:
Export to miniSD
Copy to
Rename
Gallery downloads >
Recieve via infared
View details
Add to favourites
Settings
Copy or move file to miniSD Card.
Copy file to phone memory or miniSD Card.
Rename clip.
Go to download link for images, videos, or
sounds in Browser.
Receive a file via infrared.
View clip details such as file format, size, resolution, and duration.
Add a shortcut to view or listen to clip from
Favourites.
Adjust multimedia settings (see page 85).
Note: Gallery downloads and Receive via infrared features may not
be available.
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PLAYER CONTROLS
Video controls
Play:
Press Options and select Play. Video automatically
begins playing when first opened.
Stop:
Press Stop softkey.
Pause:
Press Pause softkey or press . To resume play,
press
and select Continue, or press Options and
select Continue.
Fast forward: Press and hold
on navigation key during play.
Fast rewind: Press and hold
on navigation key during play.
Sound controls
To select buttons on screen, scroll
and press
:
or
to move box to button
Play:
Pause:
Rewind:
Stop:
Fast forward:
Record:
Volume control
Scroll
to increase volume; scroll
bar scale near top of screen).
to decrease volume (note
To mute the sound in a video clip, scroll
until muted speaker
icon
appears. To turn sound back on, scroll . When playing
sound clips, the lowest volume setting is level 1.
SEND PICTURES, VIDEO AND SOUND CLIPS
From Media application:
1. Open Gallery.
2. Phone icon tab shows data stored in phone memory, or scroll
to view data stored on miniSD Card.
3. Open respective folder, then highlight desired file.
4. Press Options and select Send > Via multimedia, Via email, Via Bluetooth or Via infrared.
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5. To complete multimedia messages, see page 51; or E-mail
messages on page 53; or Bluetooth® on page 102; or Infrared
on page 104.
Note: The Send option is not available for streaming media.
DOWNLOAD PICTURES, VIDEO AND SOUND
CLIPS
From Media application:
1. Open Gallery.
2. Press Options and select Gallery downloads > Graphic
downloads, Video downloads, or Tone downloads.
3. The Browser opens. Choose a bookmark site to download the
desired media.
Note: Free content is available for your X700 phone. For downloading
information, visit www.panasonicbox.com. Availability of this
service is dependent on your country/ region or network. The
downloaded content is free, however there will be a
communication fee to download.
IMAGE UPLOADER
Store your personal pictures on an image server and share them
with family and friends. To use this service, (1) you must purchase
this service from your wireless service provider if it is available, (2)
you must configure an Internet Access Point.
Contact your wireless service provider to obtain the image server
settings. Enter the image server settings in the phone (see
page 79).
Note: Image Uploader service can support only JPG format files.
Set Up Image Server
From Media application:
1. Open Gallery.
2. Scroll to an image to highlight it.
3. Press Options and select Image uploader > Settings.
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4. Open Image servers. For the first time, select Yes to define
an image server.
5. Open each field to enter information:
Image server
name
* Access point
in use
User name
Password
* Web address
Auto folder
naming
Enter a descriptive name for the image server
Choose desired access point from list. See
page 118.
Enter your user name for the uploader service
Enter your password for the uploader service
Enter the web address of the image server
Select On to have the current time and date as
the default name for your folders on the server
To edit or add more image servers, press Options and select Edit
or New image server after opening Image servers. You can also
delete Image servers here.
To change the image server in use if you have set up more than
one, open Image server in use setting and select desired image
server.
Upload Images
To upload images to an image uploader service, from Media
application:
1. Open Gallery.
2. Scroll to the desired image to upload to highlight it.
3. Press Options and select Image uploader > Upload.
PHOTOBASE
Take pictures, then show them to your friends in a slide show right
from your phone. Remove red eye, crop, rotate, or change
brightness and contrast of your pictures before sharing them. You
can also add frames, clip art, and text to your pictures.
Note: For customer support and more information on PhotoBase, visit
www.arcsoft.com.
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TAKE A PICTURE USING PHOTOBASE
From Media application:
1. Open PhotoBase.
2. Open Camera.
3. With the flip open, the main display acts as a viewfinder. Move
the phone around to frame your subject.
4. Press , or press Options and select Snap to take a picture.
The image appears on the display.
To keep the picture in your album, press Keep.
To delete the picture, press Discard.
Before Taking a Picture
To change the zoom, scroll
or . To change contrast and
brightness, scroll
or .
Before taking a picture, if desired, press Options and select:
Mode >
Choose Frame to add a frame to the picture.
Horizontal Panorama and Vertical Panorama
allow you to stitch 3 pictures together.
Picture folder > Choose the memory to store your pictures.
Customize allows you to create a new folder.
Settings
Configure camera settings.
Go to album
Go to your Album.
VIEW PHOTOS
From Media application:
1. Open PhotoBase.
2. Open Album.
3. Scroll to desired photo and open.
• To zoom in or out, press Options and select Zoom In or
Zoom Out. Scroll , , , or
to pan in zoomed
images.
• Scroll
to view previous photo; scroll
to view next
photo.
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Slide Show
To see a slide show of the photos in your Images folder, from
Media application:
1. Open PhotoBase.
2. Open Album.
3. Press Options and select Slide show.
4. Select a time interval between slides, and select a transition
effect, for example, Top to Bottom, to apply as each slide
advances to the next.
5. Press Play.
6. Press
to exit.
EDIT PHOTOS
From Media application:
1. Open PhotoBase.
2. Open Album.
3. Scroll to highlight desired photo and open.
4. Press Options and select Edit.
5. Press Options and select:
Save
Save as
Save edited photo in place of original photo
Enter a new name for edited photo and save as a
new file
Send >
Send photo Via E-mail, Via Bluetooth, Via Infrared, or Via MMS
(multimedia)
Rotate left
Rotate photo to left
Rotate right
Rotate photo to right
Brightness&
Scroll
or
to adjust brightness, scroll
or
Contrast
to adjust contrast
Remove red eye Removes red eye from the photo
Crop
See Crop Photos on page 82.
Resize
Resize photo by 200% or by 50%
Crop Photos
1. With opened photo on screen, press Options and select Edit.
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2. Press Options and select Crop.
3. A dotted cropping box appears. Press
to resize the
cropping box. Scroll
to make the cropping box taller, scroll
to shorten the box. Scroll
to widen the box, scroll
to
narrow the box size.
4. To move the cropping box within the photo, press Options
and select Move. Scroll as desired to move the cropping box.
• If you have moved the box, select Resize to adjust the box
size again.
5. To apply the crop, press Options and select Crop it.
6. To save the cropped photo as a new photo, press Options
and select Save as. Enter a name for the new photo.
ADD CLIP ART, FRAMES TO PHOTOS
1. With opened photo on screen, scroll
to go to Workshop
screen.
2. Select Clip Art to add clip art or Frame to add frames.
3. Scroll to desired clip art or frame and select.
4. Once the clip art or frame appears on the photo, press
Options and select:
Move
Scroll
,
,
Resize
Scroll
,
to increase,
or
Rotate
Scroll
,
to rotate left,
,
to decrease
,
to rotate right
5. Press Options and select Send for sending options.
Warp Photos
1. With opened photo on screen, scroll
to go to Workshop
screen.
2. Select Warp.
3. A black crosshair mark appears on the photo. Scroll , ,
or
to desired spot where the warp will start. Press
to
change the mark to red, then scroll in direction you want the
warp to go.
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• To add more warp points, press
as needed to toggle the
mark between black and red.
4. Press Options and select Save, Save as, or Send for desired
option.
Add Text to Photos
1. With opened photo on screen, scroll
twice to go to Add Text
tab.
2. Press Options and select Add new line. Enter text as
desired. To edit text, press Options and select Edit current
line, Delete current line, Change text color, Change text
size, and Edit previous/next line.
3. Press Options and select Save, Save as, or Send for desired
option.
REALONE PLAYER
RealOne Player is a media player that plays your video clips,
sound clips and streaming media links (web addresses) stored in
the phone memory or miniSD Card. Video and sound clips
attached to messages are automatically played by RealOne
Player, without having to open the player first. Opening clips from
Media Gallery, File Manager, Browser, and Favourites
applications launches the RealOne Player.
See Specifications in Part 2 of the User Guide for supported
media file formats.
PLAY VIDEO CLIPS AND STREAMING MEDIA
From Media application:
1. Open RealOne.
2. Press Options and select Open > Most recent clips for the
last several opened media files, or Saved clip to locate
existing files and links in the phone memory or miniSD Card.
3. Open desired folder(s), then scroll to and open desired video
or sound clip. When choosing a link to streaming media, the
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phone begins connection process to the Internet or to your
network.
• See Player Controls on page 78.
Note: For streaming media, after the phone successfully connects to
the link (web address of streaming media), there is a short
loading period to prepare playback and then the streaming media
begins playing. See Player Controls on page 78.
REALONE PLAYER SETTINGS
View and adjust settings for video playback and streaming media
links.
From Media application:
1. Open RealOne.
2. Press Options and select Settings.
3. Highlight Video and open.
4. Select from:
or
Contrast
Open, then scroll
age
to change the percent-
Repeat
Select On to repeat playback, or select Off to
playback one time
To view and adjust streaming media settings, from Media
application:
1. Open RealOne.
2. Press Options and select Settings.
3. Scroll to Connection and open.
4. Select Proxy and select No or Yes.
• If you select Yes, then scroll down and enter the Proxy
serv. address and the Proxy port number.
5. Press Back and scroll to select Network. Open Network and
select from:
Default access
point
Choose one of the access points you have set up.
See Access Point Settings on page 118.
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Online time
Select Unlimited, or select User defined to specify the amount of time before phone will disconnect if there has been no activity
Maximum band- Select a maximum bandwidth for streaming media
width
to use
Connection
time-out
Select a maximum time period to wait from selecting a streaming link until it connects to the server.
Scroll left and right to move the slider and change
the time period.
Server time-out Select a maximum time period to wait for the
media server to begin sending the streaming
media. Scroll left and right to move the slider and
change the time period
Lowest UDP
port
Type in a User Datagram Protocol port number
Highest UDP
port
Type in a User Datagram Protocol port number
Incoming Call when Playing Video
If there is an incoming call during playback of video clips, the
player pauses the video. It remains paused in the background
during calls. To resume play, return to opened file and press
Options and select Continue.
The player also pauses when an alarm sounds, or a note
appears, or you open another application. When you return to the
player, press Options and select Continue.
If you open an application when streaming video is playing, the
streaming video pauses, and stops when the auto disconnect time
period is reached. See RealOne Player Settings on page 85.
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VIDEO RECORDER
Record video clips to send to others, or play clips on your phone.
Note: Video Recorder mode depletes battery power more rapidly. To
conserve your battery, the phone shifts to standby mode after 40
seconds if recording has not started. Press Options and select
Continue to return to viewfinder mode.
RECORD A VIDEO CLIP
To record nearby sound with the video, see Video Recorder
Settings on page 88.
From Media application:
1. Open Video Recorder.
2. The main display acts as a viewfinder. Move the phone
around to frame your subject.
3. Press Options and select Record to begin recording. Watch
the screen, then move the phone as needed to keep the
scene in view.
• Scroll
to zoom in; scroll
to zoom out if zoomed in.
• Press Pause to pause recording; press Resume to resume
recording.
4. The video recorder records until reaching the clip size limit
(specified in File Duration in Settings), or until you press Stop
softkey.
5. Wait for a few seconds while the video clip is saved to Media
Gallery Videos folder, or the miniSD Card according to Video
storage setting. The last still image of the recording remains
on screen.
To send the video clip immediately, see Send a Video Clip on
page 88.
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If you do not want to save it, press
Options and select Delete.
and select Yes, or press
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.
SEND A VIDEO CLIP
1. With the video clip on screen, press
, or press Options
and select Send > Via multimedia, Via e-mail, Via
Bluetooth, or Via infrared.
2. To complete Multimedia messages, see page 51; or E-mail
messages on page 53; or Bluetooth® on page 102; or Infrared
on page 104.
Play a Video Clip
To play the video clip that was just recorded, press Options and
select Play.
To play a stored video clip, from Media application:
1. Open Video Recorder.
2. Press Options and select Video Album.
3. Continue with step 3 in Play Video, Sound Clips, and
Streaming Media on page 77.
VIDEO RECORDER SETTINGS
From Media application:
1. Open Video Recorder.
2. Press Options and select Settings.
3. Select from:
Resolution
Choose the size of the display on the screen to be
Low or High.
Audio
recording
Set to On to capture nearby sound as you record.
Off turns off the microphone.
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Video name
base
Enter desired text. For example, if you change the
name to SkiTrip, then your video clips will be
named SkiTrip; SkiTrip(01); SkiTrip(02), etc. until
the default name is changed.
Video storage
Choose whether video clips are stored in phone
memory or on miniSD Card.
File Duration
Choose a fixed size for recorded clips, or unlimited size.
Video quality
Choose Low or High.
PhotoLight
Light up your subject before recording a video clip. See Photolight
on page 150.
Incoming Calls when in Video Recorder Mode
If you receive a call while in video recorder mode, video recording
stops and the video clip is saved. After the call ends, the last
image of the recorded clip displays.
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CONNECTIVITY
Browse the Internet. View and manage your phone’s connections
to other devices that can be connected to the phone, wirelessly
and by cables. Synchronise your Contacts and Calendar entries
with your other networked devices. Your network, Internet, and email service providers can help you configure and manage your
connection settings using Device Manager. View your active
connections using Connection Manager.
Connectivity menu contains these main options:
Browser
Operator
Modem
Bluetooth
Infrared
USB
Conn Mgr
SyncML
Dev Mgr
BROWSER
Your phone has an XHTML configured wireless Internet browser,
allowing you access to services such as news, weather reports,
banking, sports, travel information and stock quotes.
Wireless web sites are designed to be viewed on mobile phone
screens, so they consist mostly of text and may contain simple
graphics. Wireless sites are written in Wireless Markup Language
(WML) and XHTML (Extensible Hypertext Markup Language),
which is different from Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) used
in computer Internet websites and cannot be accessed by
wireless phones.
Your phone browser can access WAP 2.0 sites and download
games, sound, software, WBMP images, vCard and vCalendar
events, and more.
Types of Data Connections
GPRS and data call (CSD) data bearer technologies are used to
access the Internet.
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GPRS is General Packet Radio Service, a packet based high
speed data transfer technology that allows continuous
connection, in which many users share a connection and packets
are transferred only as needed.
Data call, or CSD, is Circuit Switched Data, which uses a
dedicated connection much like ordinary voice phone service.
Note: The types of services and content offered when connected to the
Browser are supplied entirely by your wireless service provider.
SETUP TO CONNECT TO BROWSER
Before starting: (1) you need a subscription for data services from
your wireless service provider, and (2) you must configure an
Internet Access Point.
Your wireless service provider may have already completed the
Internet Access Point connection settings, or sent them to you in a
message. Contact your wireless service provider to find out how
setup information is furnished.
If you are setting up the Internet Access Point, see page 118.
CONNECT TO THE INTERNET
There are two main ways to store shortcuts to wireless Internet
sites. (1) Bookmark list
stores web addresses that you or
your wireless service provider saved to the list. (2) Saved Pages
list
stores actual WAP pages that you can view online or
offline.
Shortcut: Press
to launch Browser.
From Connectivity application:
1. Open Browser.
2. A list of Internet Access Points and bookmarks appears, and
folders may appear. Your wireless service provider may have
loaded links to their services that appear as bookmarks. Scroll
to the desired connection or bookmark and select.
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• You can also scroll for the Saved pages list
, which
stores WAP pages that you can view offline, and launch to
refresh pages.
3. The phone begins connection process.
Note: Your wireless service provider may have set your phone to go to
the Home page for their services when you launch Browser.
NAVIGATE THE INTERNET
In general, when connected to the Internet through the Browser:
Scroll up , down , left or right by pressing outer edges of
navigation key through the page content.
Select a highlighted item or launch an underlined web page.
Press and hold to open Bookmarks list.
Erase character.
Back - Go backward in navigation history.
Close - Go to Bookmarks or Saved pages view.
Cancel - Ends current download.
Press and hold to disconnect the Browser at any time.
Indicates secure online browsing connection.
Note: If you go to a site with many graphics, it may take longer for the
images to load. To stop images from loading, see Show images
setting on page 95.
Secure Connections
A secure connection means that the connection to transmit data
between the phone and the network server has been secured and
encrypted. Your wireless service provider is responsible for
securing the connection between the network server and Internet
sites.
Ask your wireless service provider for details of their secure
connection capabilities. Proceed with caution when downloading
files and content or entering sensitive information.
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Online Options
During an Internet connection, you can add and refresh
bookmarks, reload pages, and view active session details.
Press Options and select:
Open
Open highlighted link.
Accept
Accept your text entry to the current page.
Service
Options >
Open a list of commands or actions for the page.
Bookmarks
View Bookmarks list.
Save as bookmark
Save the web address to your Bookmarks.
View image
If there are images on the page, open a list of
images. To view a specific image, scroll to the
image and press OK.
Navigation
options >
Go to web address, History to select a previously viewed page during current session, Clear
cache to delete content in cache memory, Reload
to update current page.
Advanced
options >
Original screen to fit page into the display of your
phone, Save page to save current page to Saved
pages list, Disconnect to end connection.
Show images
Appears if you have set the Show images setting
to No in the Browser settings to allow the images
on current page to load.
Send
bookmark >
Send current page via text message.
Find >
Find phone number, e-mail address or web
address on current page. Start typing for Find field
to appear.
Details
View details and security of current session.
Settings
See Browser Settings on page 95.
Service msg.
Appears if you have unread WAP push messages.
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When online, you may have calling options from a current page.
You can click on a link to book tickets or order gifts, for example.
The link allows you to make a phone call directly from the
browser.
When viewing any Directory services an 'Add to Contacts' link
may appear. Click on the link, and a new Contacts entry form
displays. Save the entry to return to the browser.
Disconnect from Internet
To disconnect from the Internet, either press and hold
press Options and select Disconnect.
, or
BOOKMARK OPTIONS
Manage your bookmarks when offline or online.
From Connectivity application:
1. Open Browser.
2. Press Options and select:
Download
Connect to selected bookmark.
Bookmark manager >
Move to folder, New folder, Edit bookmark,
Add bookmark, Delete.
Mark/Unmark >
Select Mark or Mark all to perform actions to
multiple items.
Navigation
options >
Go to web address or Clear cache.
Advanced
options >
Add to Favourites to add the bookmark to your
Favourites shortcuts.
Send >
Send web address to another device.
Find bookmark
Type in one or two characters to go to bookmark
titles beginning with that character.
Settings
See Browser Settings on page 95.
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DOWNLOAD FILES FROM THE INTERNET
You can download ringtones, games, video and sound clips, and
applications to your phone through the Browser. After
downloading, the files are saved to the relevant menu application
in the phone.
Note: This feature may not be available.
From Connectivity application:
1. Open Browser.
2. Scroll to Download Applications, Download Images,
Download Skins, Download Sounds, or Download Videos,
and open.
3. Scroll to desired bookmark if there is more than one, then
open the bookmark. The phone begins connection process.
4. After connecting to the site, scroll to desired hotlink containing
the file and open.
5. After the file is downloaded, it is stored in the menu
application in which the file is opened; for example, a video
clip is stored in Gallery.
Note: Panasonic is not responsible for the performance of downloaded
content or possible corruption of phone software.
The phone may not allow you to copy, modify, transfer or forward
some copyrighted images, ringtones or other content.
BROWSER SETTINGS
Check your default access point, specify if you want images to be
automatically loaded, and allow cookies to be stored on the
phone.
From Connectivity application:
1. Open Browser.
2. Press Options and select Settings to reach:
Default access
point
Change default access point for connecting to the
Internet through the Browser.
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Show images
For faster Internet surfing, select No to stop
images from automatically loading. When online,
press Options and select Show images on a
specific page to load an image.
Font size
Select a font size for web page text to appear.
Default
encoding
For the Browser pages to display text characters
correctly, select one from: S. Chin., West. Europ.,
T. Chinese, Unicode (UTF-8), Central Eur., Baltic,
Cyrillic, Greek, Turkish, Heb. (ISO-Logical), Hebr.
(ISO-Visual), Arabic (ISO), Arabic (Windows),
Hebr. (Windows), Cent. Eur. (Wind.), Cyrillic (Windows), Greek (Windows), Turkish (Wind.), Baltic
(Windows) or Automatic.
Cookies
Choose Allow to store cookies, which are short
text files that a web server places on your phone
for purposes such as presenting customised web
pages to you.
Security warnings
Choose Show or Hide for secure site notification.
Conf. DTMF
sending
Select First time only or Always before sending
DTMF touch tones during a call when online.
SAVED PAGES
Saved pages are web pages and folders you have stored on the
phone to view offline.
From Connectivity application:
1. Open Browser.
2. Scroll to open the Saved pages tab
.
3. Scroll to the desired page and select.
4. Press Options and select:
Open
View saved page or open folder.
Back to page
Return to page you visited before opening Saved
pages.
Reload
Download and store the latest version of the saved
page.
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Saved pages
mngr. >
Move to folder to move a saved page to a different
folder, New folder, Rename or Delete.
Mark/Unmark > Select Mark or Mark all to perform actions to multiple items.
Navigation
options >
Clear cache to delete content in cache memory.
Advanced
options >
Add to Favourites to create shortcut to page from
Favourites application.
Settings
See Browser Settings on page 95.
OPERATOR MENU
Your network operator may offer services that you can view using
the Browser. Contact your network operator for availability and
types of services offered.
From Connectivity application:
1. Open Operator.
2. In the page, press Options and select:
Open
Open highlighted link.
Close
browser
Disconnect from your operator's service pages.
Navigation Go to web address to go to new address, History to
options > select a previously viewed page during current session,
Reload to update current page.
Advanced
options >
Original screen to fit page into the display of your
phone, Save page to save current page to Saved
pages list, Disconnect to end connection.
Find >
Find phone number, e-mail address or web address on
current page. Start typing for Find field to appear.
Details
View details and security of current session.
Settings
See Browser Settings on page 95.
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MODEM
You can link together your X700 phone as a modem to a
computer or a PDA to access the Internet.
Link your phone and computer to access the Internet
To use the X700 phone as a modem there are three options;
connect using the infrared port, connect using Bluetooth®, or
connect using the Panasonic USB Data Cable (EB-UCX71). See
Accessories on page 166 for USB Data Cable information.
Prerequisites
• Set up a dial-up account with an Internet Service Provider
(ISP).
• From your ISP, you need the installation CD or your account
details (i.e. dial-up number, user name, password, DNS server
addresses) to configure Dial Up Networking.
• When setting up your Internet account for the first time, select
X700 as the connecting modem device. For more details,
contact your ISP. For help using Windows® Dial Up
Networking, search Windows® Help files.
Install X700 as Modem on Computer
The following describes how to set up a computer to connect to
your X700. The procedure described may differ for other software
packages.
Note: This info may be on CD-ROM.
To install your phone as a modem on a computer, here is an
example. On the computer, select Start > Settings > Control Panel
> Modems > Add > Other > Don't detect my modem > Standard
33600 bps modem > Communications Port > Virtual Com Port.
For specific instructions on your computer's operating system,
refer to your computer's on-line help.
Note: If connecting with a data cable, select Com 1 in the
Communications Port field.
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Set Up Connection
From Connectivity application:
1. Open Modem.
2. Align the infrared port of your phone with the infrared port of
the computer.
3. Select Connect via infrared, which opens the infrared
connection.
• To use Bluetooth®, you must start the Bluetooth®
connection from the computer or device to which you are
connecting. To prepare your phone to connect via
Bluetooth®, see Set up Bluetooth on page 100.
• To use USB data cable, you must start the connection from
the computer or device to which you are connecting.
4. The phone confirms when a connection is established.
• If Bluetooth® connection is successful, when you select
Connect via infrared, the phone will state that the modem is
already in use by Bluetooth®.
Note: To close the connection, press Disconn. softkey. If there is an ongoing data call, the call is ended first.
Make Connection to Internet
1. Now you can create a new GPRS connection. For example,
on the computer, select Start > Programs > Accessories >
Communications > Dial-Up Networking > Make New
Connection. For specific instructions, see your computer's online help.
2. Enter X700 as the name you are dialling, and choose
Standard 33600 bps Modem as the device then select Next.
Choose 115200 as the Maximum speed. In the telephone
number field, enter *99# then click Finish.
3. You will now have an X700 connection icon in the computer's
connection screen. Double click the icon and select Connect
to begin the connection.
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BLUETOOTH® WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY
Bluetooth® wireless technology uses radio waves to communicate
with other Bluetooth® devices within a maximum range of 10
metres. You can send and receive business cards, pictures,
Calendar events, video and sound clips, and other data between
Bluetooth® devices such as mobile phones and computers.
Use a Bluetooth® headset to talk wirelessly on your phone whilst
the phone is in your pocket or purse.
This phone supports Bluetooth® v1.1 connectivity with the
following profiles: Serial port, Dial-up networking, Object push,
File transfer, Headset, and Handsfree..
Note: Although Bluetooth® devices can connect within a 10 metre
range, walls or other nearby barriers may cause interference.
Check with local authorities before using Bluetooth® wireless
technology as some countries may restrict the use of Bluetooth®
devices.
Battery note: Keeping Bluetooth® setting “On” consumes battery power
more rapidly. To conserve battery power, switch off
Bluetooth® setting when not in use. Switch Bluetooth® on
or off in Settings.
SET UP BLUETOOTH®
You must first set up Bluetooth® connections
before using it for the first time. Thereafter, go
to the Settings tab to switch Bluetooth® setting
on or off and change your phone’s visibility to
other Bluetooth® devices.
From Connectivity application:
1. Open Bluetooth.
2. In the Settings tab, open fields:
Bluetooth
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Select On or Off.
My phone’s
visibility
Choose Shown to all to allow other Bluetooth®
devices to find your phone when searching, or
select Hidden to keep other Bluetooth® devices
from finding it during a search.
Visibility Timeout
Choose Disabled to keep My phone’s visibility
setting as Shown to all, or scroll to select a time
period after which your phone cannot be found by
other Bluetooth® devices (My phone’s visibility
setting changes to Hidden).
My phone’s
name
Use the default name or enter a name for your
phone that other devices will see when they
search for your phone.
My Transfer
Speed
Choose Normal, Fast, or Very Fast.
PAIR WITH OTHER DEVICE AND CONNECT
From Connectivity application:
1. Open Bluetooth.
2. Scroll
to Paired devices tab.
3. Ensure that the device in which you want to pair is switched
on, and its Bluetooth® setting is activated.
4. Press Options and select New paired device. If Bluetooth®
setting is switched off, press Yes to switch on Bluetooth®
setting.
5. The phone begins searching for devices and notifies you
when it finds the other device.
6. Press Select. Enter the passcode for the connecting device if
needed and press OK. If the other device has not yet been
paired, first decide on a passcode with the other person, then
enter it when requested, press OK.
7. To connect with the device, open the device name and select
Connect.
Note: The passcode may be stated in the connecting device user guide.
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SEND AND RECEIVE DATA VIA BLUETOOTH®
You can send and receive Contacts cards as business cards,
Calendar events, pictures, video and sound clips, bookmarks, and
configuration messages, and receive applications supported by
the phone via Bluetooth®.
Note: The phone may not allow you to copy, modify, transfer or forward
some copyrighted images, ringtones or other content.
To send data via Bluetooth®:
1. Ensure that the device in which you want to pair is switched
on, and its Bluetooth® setting is activated. On your phone, go
to the application menu that contains the data you wish to
send, for example, go to Contacts to send a business card.
2. Highlight the desired item to send.
3. Press Options and select Send > Via Bluetooth. If
Bluetooth® setting is switched off, press Yes to switch it on.
4. The phone automatically searches for Bluetooth® devices
nearby.
• Devices appear one-by-one. If device has already been
paired,
icon appears with device name. Press Stop to
stop search when intended device name pops up.
• If the other device has not yet been paired, first decide on a
passcode with the other user, then enter it when requested,
press OK.
5. Scroll to the intended device and select. Connecting message
appears, then when other device accepts, a confirmation
message displays when transfer is complete.
• If the other device does not accept the data, Bluetooth®
connection cannot send the data.
To receive data via Bluetooth®:
1. Press Show to accept the incoming message containing the
data. (If phone is not in standby mode, Show does not
appear.) The message is placed in the Inbox in Messages.
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2. Open the message, press Options and select Save to save
data to phone memory or miniSD Card. You can rename the
file.
Note: Confirmation is required first if the paired device is not set as
authorised.
MANAGE PAIRED DEVICES
From Connectivity application:
1. Open Bluetooth.
2. Scroll
to Paired devices tab and scroll to desired device.
3. Press Options and select:
New paired device Search for nearby Bluetooth® devices.
Assign short
name
Change name of paired device to an easily recognised name.
Set as authorised
or Set as
unauthorised
Allow automatic connection without manually
accepting each time, shown by
icon. Unauthorised setting requires confirmation each time
the device attempts to connect to the phone.
Delete
Delete the paired device from your list.
Delete all
Delete all paired devices.
Icons of paired devices
audio
computer
phone
miscellaneous
Note: Multiple devices can be paired; however, only one active
connection is possible at any given time.
INFRARED
Transfer data between your phone and other infrared enabled
devices using an infrared wavelength connection. You can also
use infrared connections for GSM data services, and access the
Internet and e-mail via other devices.
Note: The phone may not allow you to copy, modify, transfer or forward
some copyrighted images, ringtones or other content.
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Caution: This device contains a low power level Class 1 laser product
(Infrared LED), which will not normally harm the eyes. Though
invisible to the eye, do not point the infrared beam at anyone’s
eye. Nearby activated infrared devices may cause
interference.
PREPARE FOR INFRARED CONNECTION
Place your phone and the other device within the effective range
of the infrared connection, about 20 cm.
• Verify there are no obstructions between the two devices.
• Ensure that the infrared ports of the devices point at each
other.
• On the receiving device, activate the Infrared port.
• If the other device is a computer, you need to set up infrared
connection on the computer. For example, in Windows®, select
Start > Settings > Control Panel > Options tab > Enable
Infrared Communication. For specific infrared set up
instructions for your computer’s operating system, refer to the
computer’s on-line help.
Note: For Windows® 2000 users, to enable infrared use to transfer files,
go to Start > Settings > Control Panel > Wireless Link. In the File
Transfer tab, check “Allow others to send files to your computer
using infrared communications”.
SEND AND RECEIVE DATA VIA INFRARED
You can send and receive Contacts cards as business cards,
Calendar events, pictures, sound clips, bookmarks, and
configuration messages via infrared, and receive applications
supported by the phone.
To send data via Infrared:
1. Prepare for infrared connection as described on page 104.
2. Go to the application menu that contains the data you wish to
send, for example, go to Contacts to send a business card.
3. Open the item you wish to send.
4. Press Options and select Send > Via infrared.
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5. The phone automatically begins infrared connection, indicated
by flashing
. Whilst transferring, icon is steady. A
confirmation message displays when complete.
To receive data via Infrared:
1. Prepare for infrared connection as described on page 104.
2. From Connectivity application, open Infrared.
3. Flashing icon
displays, meaning phone is ready to receive
data.
4. Sender can begin transfer of data. A tone sounds when
transfer is complete.
5. Press Show to accept the incoming message containing the
data. The message is placed in the Inbox.
6. Open the message, press Options and select Save to save
data to supporting application. You can rename the file.
• If transfer does not begin within 40 seconds, the infrared
connection automatically stops.
USB
Connect to PC Software Suite over your USB cable using USB
application.
CONNECT TO PC SOFTWARE SUITE
1. Plug USB cable into the phone.
2. From the Connectivity application, open USB.
3. USB icon appears indicating that USB connectivity has
started.
4. On your computer, begin desired task such as backup or
sync.
CONNECT TO MODEM
1. Plug in USB cable into the phone.
2. From the Connectivity application, open Modem.
3. Select Connect via USB.
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4. USB icon appears indicating that USB connectivity has
started.
5. On your computer, start a connection using the phone as a
modem.
CONNECTION MANAGER
View status, speed, and amount of data transferred for all of your
currently active GPRS and Data call network connections.
VIEW CONNECTION DETAILS
From Connectivity application:
1. Open Conn Mgr..
2. A list of currently active network connections appears, sorted
according to starting time of connection.
3. Scroll to desired connection, press Options and select
Details to view name, bearer (GPRS, data call), status
(creating connection, idle, active, on hold, closing connection,
or closed), received and sent data amount in bytes, duration,
downlink and uplink transfer speed in kb/sec, dial-up number
(data call only), GPRS access point name (GPRS only), and
sharing.
END CONNECTIONS
From Connectivity application:
1. Open Conn Mgr..
2. A list of currently active network connections appears, sorted
according to starting time of connection.
3. To end one connection, scroll to desired connection, press
Options and select Disconnect.
To end all active connections, press Options and select
Disconnect all.
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• If you are ending all connections, the Data call connections
are closed first, then the GPRS connections close in the
same order as established.
Note: GPRS connection cannot be closed if it is currently suspended
due to circuit-switched activity.
SYNCHRONISATION
Set up profiles and synchronise your Contacts and Agenda
(Calendar) entries with your other networked devices.
CREATE A NEW SYNC PROFILE
From Connectivity application:
1. Open SyncML.
2. If there are no profiles, select Yes to create a new profile. Or,
press Options and select New sync profile, then press Yes.
3. Enter information in fields. Fields marked in the phone with a
red asterisk (*) must have an entry.
* Sync profile
name
Enter a name if not assigned.
Access point
Select desired access point name.
* Host address
Enter web address of sync server.
Port
Enter port number of sync server.
User name
Type your user name for the server.
Password
Type in password.
4. Next, scroll
to move to Content tab.
5. For each field, press Options and select Change, then select
Yes.
6. Open Remote database and enter location on the network of
each of the databases.
7. Open Synchronisation type and choose whether you want
to synchronise in both directions (Normal), from server to
phone (To server only), or from phone to server (To phone
only) for each database.
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SYNCHRONISE
If you are synchronising from the server to the phone, you will
receive a message in the Messages Inbox. When you open the
message, you are asked if you wish the server to begin the
synchronisation process. If you accept, the process automatically
begins.
To begin synchronising from the phone, from Connectivity
application:
1. Open SyncML.
2. Highlight desired profile, press Options and select
Synchronise.
During synchronisation from either direction, you can follow the
process on the phone. The phone confirms completion.
To cancel synchronisation, press Cancel.
If synchronisation fails, for example, the sync server is busy or the
database cannot be opened, you are notified of the error type.
VIEW OR EDIT SYNC PROFILES AND
CONTENT
From Connectivity application:
1. Open SyncML.
2. Highlight desired profile, press Options and select Edit sync
profile.
3. Scroll to desired fields to view and open to edit.
If a profile has been synchronised, press Options and select
View log to view profile name, remote server name, date, time,
and status of last synchronisation, and details of content transfer.
To view or edit the Content settings, scroll
to view the Content
tab and continue with step 6 in Create a New Sync Profile on
page 107.
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DEVICE MANAGER
Your network, Internet, and e-mail service providers can help you
configure and manage your connection settings. These settings
can be sent to your phone over the air. Device Manager menu
allows service providers to configure and update these settings
from their servers on your behalf. Settings may include network
access points, multimedia, e-mail, and synchronisation
connections.
CONFIGURATION SESSION
A configuration session can be started either from the Device
Manager application in the phone, or from the service provider’s
server.
If your service provider intends to start a session, your phone will
show a server alert message. Before the session can begin, your
phone asks you to activate the server connection and the profile if
they are off. Then the phone asks you to accept that the server is
ready to configure. If you don’t want the session to run, press
Reject or Cancel.
Note: If you set the server profile to accept configuration sessions
without verification, then the session will begin in the background.
View the process by opening Device Manager application.
Once the configuration session begins, the phone displays status
notes advising the session stage: connecting to the server,
receiving data from the server, processing data, and
disconnection.
To start a configuration session yourself (if server profile is set
up), from Connectivity application:
1. Open Dev Mgr..
2. Scroll to desired server profile in which you wish to start
configuration session.
3. Press Options and select Start.
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CREATE A NEW SERVER PROFILE
The server profile is the settings needed to connect your phone to
a service provider’s device management server, which handles
the configuration session procedure.
From Connectivity application:
1. Open Dev Mgr..
2. If there are no profiles, select Yes to create a new profile. Or,
press Options and select New server profile.
3. Enter information in fields. Fields marked in the phone with a
red asterisk (*) must have an entry.
* Server name
Use suggested name or enter your own.
* Server ID
Server’s unique ID identifies the remote server.
Server
password
Server password supplied by service provider so
your phone can verify server.
Access point
Select desired access point.
* Host address
Server’s web address.
Port
Server’s port number.
* User name
Type in your user name for the server.
Password
Device Manager password supplied by service
provider so the server can verify your phone.
Allow configuration
Select Yes to allow device management to be
done by this server.
Accepted
Select Yes to allow device management to be
done by this server without Accept command.
VIEW OR EDIT SERVER PROFILES
From Connectivity application:
1. Open Dev Mgr..
2. Scroll to desired server profile, press Options and select Edit
profile, or Delete.
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View Session Log
To view the results of a selected server’s last configuration
session, from Connectivity application:
1. Open Dev Mgr.
2. Scroll to desired profile, press Options and select View log.
The log shows name of server configured, results of configuration,
date and time, and errors if any occurred during configuration.
SHORTCUT TO STOP CONFIGURATION
SESSIONS
There may be times in which you do not want configuration
sessions to run. Instead of going to each server profile to set
Active to not allow device management to be done by the server,
you can set the phone so that device management cannot be
done by any server.
The default setting is to allow device management to be done
(Enable configurations).
From Connectivity application:
1. Open Dev Mgr..
2. Press Options and select Disable config..
• All server profiles are disabled and no configurations can
be done.
To allow configurations to be done again, press Options and
select Enable config..
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SETTINGS
Choose your ringtone and theme settings here. Configure your
phone, call, connection, security, call divert, barring, GSM
network, and accessory settings. Set the clock, alarms, and
speed dial shortcuts.
Settings menu contains these main options:
Ringtones
Themes
Settings
Clock
Speed Dial
Voice
PB Setup
About
RINGTONES
Ringtone profiles are unique ringing tone, alert tones, and volume
settings used to alert you to calls and messages. Choose from
General, Silent, Meeting, Outdoor, and Pager. Each can be
modified to suit your situation. You can use ringtones sent in a
message, sent by Bluetooth® or infrared connections, recorded
with the Recorder application, or downloaded.
Note: Free content is available for your X700 phone. For downloading
information, visit www.panasonicbox.com. Availability of this
service is dependent on your country/region or network. The
downloaded content is free, however there will be a
communication fee to download.
The active ringtone name is displayed in the standby screen,
except when General is active.
ACTIVATE A RINGTONE
From Settings application:
1. Open Ringtones.
2. Scroll to the desired ringtone.
3. Press Options and select Activate.
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CHANGE RINGTONES, ALERT TONES AND
VOLUME
You can change, or personalise, individual settings within a
ringtone. For example, in General ringtone, change the ringing
tone to a ringing tone you downloaded.
From Settings application:
1. Open Ringtones.
2. Scroll to the desired ringtone.
3. Press Options and select Personalise.
4. Scroll to the desired setting:
Ringing tone,
line 1
Scroll through list of tones. To hear the tone, highlight the tone name and wait. To stop the tone,
press any key. To select a tone, highlight the tone
name and press Select.
Ringing tone,
line 2
Same as Line 1 ringing tone.
Ringing type
Choose Ringing, Ascending, Ring once, Beep
once, or Silent.
Ringing volume Scroll
to move the volume bars.
Message alert
tone
Same as Line 1 ringing tone.
Chat alert tone
Same as Line 1 ringing tone.
Vibrating alert
Select On or Off.
Keypad tones
Select Off, Level 1, Level 2, or Level 3.
Warning tones
Select On or Off.
Alert for
If you have set up Contacts groups, select the
desired group name if you want the phone to ring
only when members of that group call. Other
incoming calls will have the silent alert.
Profile name
Change the name of any ringtone except General.
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Ringing and Alert Tone Volume
Ringing and alert tones play only when the phone’s current
ringtone is General or Outdoor. The other ringtones mute playing
of ringing tones.
To change the volume of tones when scrolling through the list, go
to the Ringing volume field and adjust volume.
THEMES
Change the visual look of your phone screens without changing
the way the phone works by using Themes. Themes are
wallpapers, text and icon colours and sets packaged in a theme.
Themes, or skins, are preinstalled when you purchase your
phone, or you can download and install them yourself.
Note: Free content is available for your X700 phone. For downloading
information, visit www.panasonicbox.com. Availability of this
service is dependent on your country/region or network. The
downloaded content is free, however there will be a
communication fee to download.
PREVIEW THEMES
From Settings application:
1. Open Themes.
2. Scroll to the desired theme name.
3. Press Options and select Preview.
ACTIVATE A THEME
From Settings application:
1. Open Themes.
2. Scroll to the desired theme name.
3. Press Options and select Apply.
• When previewing, press Apply to activate the theme.
Note: The appearance of some icons may change when you apply a
different theme.
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CHANGE WALLPAPER OR SCREENSAVER
Change the background image of the standby screen or
Favourites screen, the colour of bars and frame boxes, and the
screensaver.
From Settings application:
1. Open Themes.
2. Press Options and select Edit; or to edit a specific theme,
first scroll to desired theme before pressing Options:
Idle state wallpaper
Idle screen. Choose from Default, User
defined (your own image from Gallery or
downloaded), other themes, or None.
Colour palette
Choose from the default colour or other
listed colours for common bars, icons, and
frames.
Screen saver
Choose Date and time(Default), or Text
(write your own text message).
Icons
Choose from a list of theme set of icons.
Favourites wallpaper
Favourites. Choose from Default, User
defined (your own image from Gallery or
downloaded), other themes, or None.
Note: When the copy option appears, you can copy themes from the
phone memory to the miniSD Card or in reverse.
DOWNLOAD NEW THEMES
You can download themes directly from predetermined web sites
without first going to the Browser application. These links are set
by agreements with content providers who offer the themes.
From Settings application:
1. Open Themes.
2. Press Options and select Theme downloads.
3. A folder displays, containing links to content provider web
pages.
• You can add your own links to the folder.
4. Open the folder and scroll to and open desired link.
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5. Connection to the Browser will begin.
Note: Some links may be preset by content providers and cannot be
deleted.
SETTINGS
In the Settings menu, you can configure your phone, call,
connection, date and time, security, call divert, barring, GSM
network, and accessory settings.
PHONE SETTINGS
Set the phone language, writing language,
and welcome note or logo here.
From Settings application:
1. Open Settings.
2. Open Phone.
3. With General highlighted, open to select:
Phone
language
Choose a language in which the texts on the displays
will appear. Automatic uses the language dictated by
the SIM card.
Writing
language
Choose a language in which the texts you are writing
will appear, for example, writing a text message.
Dictionary
Select On to use the predictive text dictionary to
speed up text entry.
Welcome
Default uses the welcome note or image supplied
note or logo with the phone, displayed when the phone is
switched on. Select Text to enter your own welcome
note. Select Image to place an image from Media
Gallery.
Orig. phone Used if a network operator used settings protection in
settings
a phone, and later there is a reason to change the
protected settings. Requires lock code.
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Display Settings
Adjust the brightness of the display screen and set a screen saver
timeout.
From Settings application:
1. Open Settings.
2. Open Phone.
3. Scroll to Display and open. Select and open:
Brightness
Scroll
to lighten the screen, or scroll
darken the screen, then press OK.
to
Screen saver
timeout
or to choose from 1 minute to 30
Scroll
minutes of no activity until screen saver switches
on, and press OK.
Standby Mode Settings
Choose an application name to display on the left and on the right
softkey in standby mode to use as shortcuts to the respective
applications.
From Settings application:
1. Open Settings.
2. Open Phone.
3. Scroll to Standby mode and open. Select and open:
Left selection key Scroll to desired application, press OK.
Right selection key Scroll to desired application, press OK.
CALL SETTINGS
From Settings application:
1. Open Settings.
2. Scroll to Call and open.
3. Scroll to:
Send my caller
ID
Choose Set by network, Yes or No. Determines
whether your mobile number is presented to the
person you are calling. Network dependent.
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Call waiting
Press Options and select Check status. If
needed, select Activate. Network will send confirmation message. When activated, if you are on a
call and there is an incoming call, you can put the
first call on hold and answer the second call. See
Call Waiting on page 20.
Automatic
redial
Select On to redial if the call is not connecting.
Press
to stop automatic redialling.
Summary after
call
Select On to display a brief summary of duration
of last call.
Speed dialling
Select On to start dialling by a press and hold of
preset number key in standby mode. First, set up
Speed dial keys in Settings (see Speed Dial on
page 131).
Anykey answer
Select On to answer incoming calls by pressing
any key except
,
, or
.
Active
clamshell
Select On to answer a call by opening the flip
clamshell, and to disconnect phone calls by closing the flip clamshell. When set to Off and you
close the flip clamshell during a call, the caller’s
voice switches to the back loudspeaker.
Line in use
This setting appears if you have subscribed to
Alternate Line Service, in which you can have two
different phone lines with the same SIM card.
Select Line 1 or Line 2.
Line change
This setting appears if you have subscribed to
Alternate Line Service (see Line in use setting).
You can disable selection of one of the phone
lines. The PIN2 code is required to return use of a
previously blocked line.
CONNECTION SETTINGS
Access Point Settings
Access points are sets of configurations that connect your phone
to the Internet and other services. Your phone uses three main
sets of access points: Multimedia (MMS), Browser, and Internet.
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Access points must be set up in order to send and receive
multimedia and e-mail messages, use the Browser, use SyncML,
use Device Manager, use your phone as a modem, and
download.
Access points use data services to connect. Types of data
services your phone can support are: Data call (Circuit switched
data) and GPRS (Packet data). Contact your wireless service
provider to find out about types of data technologies offered and
subscription rates.
Some or all of your access points may be preset in the phone by
your wireless service provider and cannot be modified. The
access point configurations may be sent to you in a smart
message by your wireless service provider. You may also be able
to add new access points.
To view, edit, or add new access points, first you must obtain the
configurations from both your wireless and Internet service
providers to be entered into the phone.
From Settings application:
1. Open Settings.
2. Scroll to Connection and open.
3. Open Access points to view a list of existing access points.
• D icon
indicates data call. G icon
indicates GPRS
packet data connection.
4. To add a new access point, press Options and select New
access point > Use default settings or Use existing
settings. Either build a new access point from preset default
settings, or use an existing access point to edit as needed.
• To edit an access point, press Options and select Edit.
5. Enter information in fields. Fields marked in the phone with a
red asterisk (*) must have an entry. The bearer type you
choose determines which fields are presented.
* Connection
name
Enter an easy-to-recall name if not assigned.
Data bearer
Select GPRS or Data call.
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* Dial-up
number
(Data call only)
Enter access point dial-up phone number.
Access point
name
(GPRS only)
Enter name supplied by service provider.
User name
Type a user name, supplied by service provider, if
required.
Prompt
password
To have the phone ask for the password each
time you log on, select Yes.
Password
Type in password, supplied by service provider, if
required.
Authentication
Select Normal or Secure.
Homepage
Type in Internet web address of service.
Data call type
(Data call only)
Determined by your wireless and Internet service
providers.
Maximum data
speed
(Data call only)
Choose a limit for your connection speed if you
are charged more for higher speeds.
6. From main fields, press Options and select Advanced
settings to enter:
Phone IP
address
Enter IP address assigned to your phone, if static
or dynamic. Service provider determines whether
IP address is static or dynamic.
Primary name
server
Type in primary domain name server IP address.
Second. name
server
Type in secondary domain name server IP
address.
Proxy serv.
address
Enter the proxy server address for access point.
Proxy port num- Type in proxy port number for access point.
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Use callback
(Data call only)
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Select Yes to use dial back servers.
Callback type
(Data call only)
Select Use server no. for callback, or Use other
no..
Callback
number
(Data call only)
Enter the phone number the callback server
should use.
Use PPP
compression
(Data call only)
Select Yes to use PPP (Point-to-Point Protocol)
compression.
Use login script Select Yes to use login script defined in Login
(Data call only)
script field.
Login script
(Data call only)
Enter the login script to be used.
Modem
initialisation
(Data call only)
If desired, enter a modem initialisation string (AT
command string).
Note: If your wireless service provider has protected some of your
settings, you may not be able to modify them.
GPRS Settings
From Settings application:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Open Settings.
Scroll to Connection and open.
Scroll to GPRS and open.
Open to edit:
GPRS
connection
Choose When needed to connect to GPRS service only when you open an application that uses
GPRS. After you close the application, GPRS service will disconnect.
Choose When available to stay continuously
connected when you are in a GPRS service area,
in which the GPRS icon
replaces the signal
strength icon .
Access point
Choose an access point supplied by your service
provider to use the phone as a modem to enable
GPRS connection from a computer.
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Note: If you selected to attach to GPRS when available and are in an
area without GPRS service, then the phone will attempt to
connect to GPRS service periodically.
Data Call Settings
From Settings application:
1. Open Settings.
2. Scroll to Connection and open.
3. Scroll to Data call and open.
4. Open Online time. Choose a time period to disconnect from
the data call if there is no activity.
DATE AND TIME SETTINGS
Date and time settings can be made from the Clock menu. See
Clock on page 129.
SECURITY SETTINGS
Phone and SIM
Your phone and SIM card have security codes that you can use to
limit access to the phone. Keep a written record of your codes in a
secure place.
• Enter PIN code to use phone
The PIN and PIN2 codes (4 to 8 digits), issued by your wireless
service provider, protect your SIM card against unapproved use.
If you set PIN code request to On, then the PIN code must be
entered each time the phone is turned on.
The PIN2 code is required to access certain wireless service
provider services such as Fixed dialling and Call costs. If the PIN2
code is blocked, use the PUK2 code to unblock.
The PIN and PIN2 codes affect only the current SIM card as they
are stored in the SIM card, not the phone memory.
From Settings application:
1. Open Settings.
2. Scroll to Security and open. Open Phone and SIM.
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3. Scroll to desired setting and select:
Activate Phone
PIN
Select Yes to require entry of PIN code each time
the phone is switched on. Requires PIN code to
activate.
PIN code
To change PIN code, enter current PIN code, then
new PIN code twice. Press OK.
PIN2 code
To change PIN2 code, enter current PIN2 code,
then new PIN2 code twice. Press OK.
Note: If PIN or PIN2 code is entered incorrectly 3 times, the SIM card
locks. Contact your wireless service provider for PUK or PUK2
code (PIN unblock key code). If the PUK or PUK2 code is entered
incorrectly 10 times, the phone will not operate; all information
stored in the SIM card is lost and the SIM card must be replaced.
• Enter Lock Code to Use Phone
To prevent unapproved use, you can lock the phone. When the
phone is locked, the lock code must be entered before the phone
can be used. The phone lock icon
indicates that the phone is
locked.
To unlock the phone, enter the lock code. You may be able to dial
the local emergency number and accept incoming calls when the
phone is locked.
Shortcut: To lock the phone, press
and select Lock phone.
From Settings application:
1. Open Settings.
2. Scroll to Security and open. Open Phone and SIM.
3. Scroll to desired method and select:
Autolock period Set the phone to lock after a time period of no
activity. Select User defined to type in time period
in minutes. Requires lock code to set.
Lock code
To change lock code, enter current lock code,
then new lock code twice. Record the new code in
a safe place. The preset lock code is 12345.
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Lock if SIM
changed
To prevent the phone from being used if an
unknown SIM card is inserted, select Yes.
Caution: If you change the lock code then cannot recall it, your wireless
service provider cannot identify the code. The phone must
then be reset at an authorised service centre.
• Fixed Dialling and Closed User Group
Fixed dialling restricts outgoing calls to “fixed numbers” contained
in SIM cards that support this feature. When switched on, dialling
any number not on the Fixed dialling list is not allowed. Call
diverting and sending messages to any numbers not on the list
are also not allowed. The PIN2 code is required to set up and use
this feature.
Once you enter Fixed dialling, press Options and select New
contact or Add from Contacts to add a phone number to the
Fixed dialling list. You can also call, edit, and delete numbers in
the Fixed dialling list.
Some wireless service providers offer Closed User Group feature,
which allows the phone to make and receive calls only from
specific groups. The groups are set up with your wireless service
provider at the time of your subscription purchase.
From Settings application:
1. Open Settings.
2. Scroll to Security and open. Open Phone and SIM.
3. Scroll to desired method and select:
Fixed dialling
Enter PIN2 code. Press Options and select New
contact or Add from Contacts to create the fixed
dialling list. Press Options and select Activ. fixed
dialling to activate the service.
Closed user
group
Select Default to activate the service to the
default group previously set up with your wireless
service provider. Select On to activate another
group set up previously.
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Confirm SIM
services
Select Yes to view confirmation messages sent
between your phone and the network when you
are using SIM application tool kit services.
Delete server
You can reset the trusted provisioning server setting if you have received settings in a message.
Contact the service provider from which you wish
to receive new settings.
Certificate Management
Certificates are attachments to electronic messages used to verify
senders and recipients of data over nonsecure networks, such as
e-mail servers or the Internet. Two types of certificates your phone
stores are authority and personal.
Authority certificates are downloaded to your phone and are used
to check server certificate signatures and to guarantee that the
certificate is issued by a certification authority (CA).
Personal certificates are issued to you by a certification authority.
Certificates are valid for only a fixed time period and must be
renewed periodically. To renew, contact the certificate issuer.
Before downloading or sending confidential information, check the
digital signature and validity period of the browser gateway or
server on the certificate.
The phone will issue a note if the browser or server identity is not
authentic, or if you do not have the correct certificate in your
phone.
• View Certificates
From Settings application:
1. Open Settings.
2. Scroll to Security and open.
3. Scroll to Certif. management and open.
• A list of authority certificates displays.
4. Press Options and select Certificate details.
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• A list displays with details such as issuer, subject, validity
period, certificate location, certificate format, algorithm,
serial number and fingerprint.
• Authority and personal certificates will show different
information. If the personal certificate is on an outside
server, it will have different details.
5. Scroll to view personal certificates if available.
• Trust Settings
Check whether certain applications (Browser, Application
Manager, or Internet) can use a selected certificate.
From Settings application:
1. Open Settings.
2. Scroll to Security and open.
3. Scroll to Certif. management and open.
4. Scroll to an authority certificate, press Options and select
Trust settings.
5. For each application, select Yes to enable the certificate to
verify software, servers, or browser sites. Select No to disable
the certificate from verifying software, servers, or browser
sites.
Note: Before you change any trust settings, be sure that you trust the
certificate owner and have verified that the certificate belongs to
the listed owner.
CALL DIVERT
Divert incoming calls (voice, data) to another number. Network
dependent service.
Check status of Call Divert
From Settings application:
1. Open Settings.
2. Scroll to Call divert and open.
3. Press Options and select Check status. Network will send
current status message.
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Activate Call Divert
From Settings application:
1. Open Settings.
2. Scroll to Call divert and open.
3. Select one or more: All voice calls, If busy, If not answered,
If out of reach, If not available, All fax calls or All data
calls.
4. Press Options and select Activate.
5. Select whether calls shall be diverted To voice mailbox or To
other number.
6. Enter the phone number and press OK.
• Press Find to go to your Contacts to select a number.
7. Network will send confirmation message.
To cancel call diverts, press Options and select Cancel or
Cancel all diverts.
CALL BARRING
Call barring restricts certain types of incoming and/or outgoing
calls, using a password furnished by your wireless service
provider. Network dependent service.
Check Status of Call Barring
From Settings application:
1. Open Settings.
2. Scroll to Call barring and open.
3. Press Options and select Check status. Network will send
current status message.
Activate Call Barring
From Settings application:
1. Open Settings.
2. Scroll to Call barring and open.
3. Select Outgoing calls, International calls, International
calls except to home ctry., Incoming calls, or Incoming
calls when abroad.
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4. Press Options and select Activate.
5. Enter Barring password and press OK.
6. Network will send confirmation message.
To cancel call barrings, press Options and select Cancel or
Cancel all barrings.
To change the call barrings password, press Options and select
Edit barrings passw.. Enter the password furnished by your
wireless service provider. Enter, then verify the new password.
NETWORK SETTINGS
When you are not in your home country or region, you may be
able to use a network which you are not directly subscribed to.
This is called roaming.
Note: Local laws may not permit roaming in your home region.
Select a Network
From Settings application:
1. Open Settings.
2. Scroll to Network and open.
3. Set Operator selection to Automatic to have the phone
automatically select a network when roaming. Set Operator
selection to Manual to select a network yourself from the list,
which are networks available in your current area that have a
roaming agreement with your home network.
• Using a Micro Cellular Network
When the phone is using a micro cellular network (MCN), it can
display an MCN indicator in standby mode. Set Cell info display
to On to switch on this indicator if you enter an MCN.
ENHANCEMENT SETTINGS
When you attach a headset or Bluetooth® headset enhancement
to the phone, you can set the ringtone (General, Silent, Meeting,
Outdoor, Pager) that the phone will use when the enhancement is
attached.
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See Ringtones on page 112 to learn about ringtones.
From Settings application:
1. Open Settings.
2. Scroll to Enhancement and open.
3. Scroll to Headset or BT Accessory and open.
4. Select the Default profile settings (Active profile, General,
Silent, Meeting, Outdoor, or Pager).
5. Set Automatic answer to On if you want the phone to
automatically answer calls when the enhancement is
attached.
• Enhancement in use
Select which enhancement is attached to the phone.
From Settings application:
1. Open Settings.
2. Scroll to Enhancement and open.
3. Open Enhancement in use and select Headset or BT
Accessory.
CLOCK
Choose a digital or analogue clock to appear in standby mode.
Set alarm clock and alarm tone to remind you of events. If the
phone is off when alarm time is reached, the phone switches on
and the alarm tone sounds.
SET TIME AND DATE
From Settings application:
1. Open Clock.
2. Press Options and select Settings.
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3. Scroll to the desired setting and open; or press Options and
select Change:
Time
Either type in numbers or scroll to enter time.
to move among fields.
Scroll
Date
Enter date using same method as time entry.
Date format
Select format where mm = month, dd = date, yyyy
= year.
Date separator
Choose from symbols [ . : / - ].
Time format
Choose 12-hour or 24-hour.
Time separator
Choose symbols : or ..
Clock type
Choose Analogue or Digital.
Clock alarm
tone
To choose a tone, scroll through list of ringing
tones. To hear the tone, highlight the tone name
and wait. To stop the tone, press any key. To
select a tone, highlight the tone name and press
Select.
Auto time
update
Select On to update time from the network. Available only if network supported.
GMT offset
If Auto time update is not available, select a time
zone, which is offset to GMT time (for example,
+05:00 or -05:00).
Daylight-saving Select On to add an offset of +01:00 to the current
GMT time.
Note: GMT offset and Daylight-saving settings are available only if
Auto time update is set to Off.
SET ALARMS
From Settings application:
1. Open Clock.
2. Press Options and select Set alarm.
3. Enter alarm time by either typing in numbers or scrolling
Scroll
to move among fields. Press OK.
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.
If an alarm is already set, you can reset or remove the alarm by
pressing Options and selecting Reset alarm or Remove alarm.
When the Alarm Rings
When alarm time occurs; the alarm tone rings, the backlight
flashes, and a message displays.
To turn off alarm, press Stop.
To quiet the alarm indicators for 5 minutes, press Snooze or any
key.
• If the phone is switched off, the phone temporarily switches on
and the other alarm indicators take place.
• If you press Snooze, the phone automatically switches off
for 5 minutes, then the alarm rings again (maximum 5
times).
• If you press Stop, you are asked whether you wish to
switch the phone on.
Caution: Do not press Yes to switch phone on when you are in an
aircraft, near sensitive medical equipment, at a refuelling point
or when it may cause interference or danger.
The alarm is deleted when you press Stop. If you wish to have an
alarm for the next day, you have to set the alarm again.
SPEED DIAL
Set phone to quickly dial frequently called numbers by pressing 2
keys.
ASSIGN A SPEED DIAL NUMBER
From Settings application:
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1. Open SpeedDial.
2. A grid showing numbers 1 - 9 appears.
• If a digit is replaced by an icon, then
the corresponding key has been
reserved by your wireless service
provider to dial a special number, for
example, to dial the voice mailbox
number.
3. Scroll to a number, press Options and
select Assign.
4. Scroll to the desired Contacts card and press Select.
5. Scroll to the desired number and press Select.
CALL A SPEED DIAL NUMBER
To call a preset speed dial number, choose a method:
• From standby mode, press the corresponding number key
and press
.
• From the Speed dial menu, scroll to desired number and press
, or press Options and select Call.
CHANGE, REMOVE, OR VIEW SPEED DIAL
NUMBERS
From Settings application:
1. Open SpeedDial.
2. Scroll to desired number on grid.
3. Press Options and select Change, Remove, or View
number.
VOICE COMMANDS
Press and hold
, say “Voice Dial”, then say a name in your
Contacts list and the phone will dial the number. Press and hold
, then say “open Messages” or “open Camera” and your
phone will go directly to the application.
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START VOICE COMMANDS
1. Press and hold
.
• or from Settings application, open Voice.
2. You will hear the prompt to “Say a command”.
3. Say one of the choices listed on the phone that you wish to
use: Voice Dial, Name Lookup or Open (application).
VOICE DIAL
Dial by Name
To dial by saying the name of the person you wish to call:
1. Press and hold
.
2. After the prompt to “Say a command”, say “Voice Dial”.
3. After the prompt to “Say the name or number”, say the full
name of a person in your Contact list, including first name and
last name.
4. The name is repeated, and the phone will begin dialling.
• If the name has more than one number in the Contact
entry, say the title of the desired number.
Dial by Number
To dial by saying the phone number:
1. After the prompt to “Say the name or number”, say the digits
of the phone number you wish to dial, without pausing
between digits.
2. If the phone recognises the number, it is repeated and the
phone will begin dialling.
If the phone is not sure of the number, it displays a list of choices
and prompts “Did you say...?” and states the first choice.
• If the number is correct, say “Yes”. If the number is not correct,
say “No” to hear the next possible match, or scroll and select
the correct number on the list.
NAME LOOKUP
Look up the Contact information for a person in your Contact list,
without automatically dialling the phone number.
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1. Press and hold
.
2. After the prompt to “Say a command”, say “Name Lookup”.
3. After the prompt to “Say the name”, say the full name of a
person in your Contact list, including first name and last name.
4. The Contact entry appears on the screen.
OPEN APPLICATION
Open an application by saying “Open”, then say the name of the
desired application.
1. Press and hold
.
2. After the prompt to “Say a command”, say “Open”, then say
the name of the application, for example, “Messages”.
3. The application opens.
See Voice Commands Settings to choose applications to open.
VOICE COMMANDS SETTINGS
1. Press and hold
.
2. After the prompt to “Say a command”, press Settings and
select from:
Digit Dialing
If the phone cannot consistently recognise numbers that you are saying, select Adapt Digits to
make recordings to teach the system your voice.
Select Reset Digits to restore the original recognition software.
Sensitivity
If the phone cannot recognise most of your commands, change sensitivity toward Reject Less. If
the phone recognises too many mismatches,
change sensitivity toward Reject More.
Select Commands or Names. Then scroll up or
down to change the setting.
Choice Lists
Choose whether the phone presents choices
when the phone does not recognise your command.
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Sound
Switch on or off the playback of prompts, names
and digits. Select Name Settings to change the
speed or volume of name playback.
Language
Choose from the list of languages that the software will use for audio prompts, text screens, and
your voice recognition.
Application
Launcher
Check to select applications from the list to open
using Open Applications.
Contacts
Update
Each time Voice Commands is opened, it checks
your Contacts list for name additions or edits, and
if appropriate, automatically reloads the list. If the
list is large, the reload requires more time. Select
Configure to choose Automatic or Manual reloading.
About
Copyright information about the voice recognition
software.
PRINT BOY SETUP
PrintBoy Setup works with your QuickOffice menu to print your
QuickOffice documents wirelessly from your phone to supported
printers.
From Settings menu:
1. Open PB Setup.
2. On the Drvrs tab is a list of supported printer drivers. Scroll to
desired printer.
3. Press Options and select Configure. Select from:
Communication Select the method to send data to the printer.
Paper Size
Choose a paper size.
Left margin
Choose desired left margin measurement..
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4. After the printer is configured, scroll
select:
, press Options and
Test Print
Send a test print.
Bluetooth >
Select Find Printer to pair with the printer.
Set as Default
From the Drvrs tab, set the highlighted printer as
default.
ABOUT
View copyright information about the phone and software used on
the phone.
From Settings application:
1. Open About.
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TOOLS
Tools allows you to take care of a variety of tasks in one place.
Use the Calculator to make quick calculations. Use the Converter
to convert currencies and measurements. Jot down quick notes
on the Notepad. Record short voice clips using Recorder. See
your files in one place using File Mgr and manage data stored on
the miniSD Card. Install Java™ MIDlet (Mobile Information Device)
applications using App Mgr.
Tools menu contains these main options:
Calculator
Converter
Notepad
Recorder
miniSD
To-do
App Mgr
File Mgr
Photolight
SIM Tool Kit
(optional)
CALCULATOR
Perform simple mathematic calculations using the calculator.
From Tools application:
1. Open Calculator.
2. A virtual calculator displays. Type in first
number of calculation, which appears in
field near bottom of screen.
• To enter a decimal, press .
• To erase digits, press
.
• To change number to positive or
negative, scroll to positive/negative
button and select.
3. Scroll
or to move box to desired
mathematic action, then press
to select.
4. Enter the next number. To get result, scroll to equal button and
select.
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• To view the last result, press Options and select Last
result.
The left side of the screen serves as a “tape” to record your
calculations. Use the double up and double down arrow buttons
on the screen to scroll up and down the “tape”.
To save a number in calculator memory, select the MS (Memory
Save) button. To recall the number, select the MR (Memory
Recall) button.
Shortcut:To automatically add, subtract, multiply, or divide, enter first
number. Press
until you reach desired numeric
operation; stop pressing
, and the operation is inserted.
CONVERTER
Convert a variety of measurements such as world currencies,
area, length, volume, temperature, power, and velocity.
Set the Base Currency
From Tools application:
1. Open Converter.
2. If the Type field is not set to Currency, open and change to
Currency.
3. Press Options and select Currency rates. A list of world
currencies (3 letter currency codes) appears with the base
currency (if set) noted at the top of the screen.
• Most commonly used codes are listed first. They are USD
= U.S. dollar; EUR = European Union euro, GBP = British
pound sterling, JPY = Japanese yen.
4. Scroll to the desired currency code you wish to set as the
base, press Options and select Set as base curr..
• Any rates entered earlier are reset to zero.
5. Scroll to desired currency codes and type in currency
exchange rates, based on your newly set base currency = 1.
• To enter a decimal, press
.
6. Press Done.
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7. Continue with step 3 in Convert Measurements on page 139.
Note: To edit the currency rates, press Options and select Currency
rates.
Convert Measurements
From Tools application:
1. Open Converter.
2. Open the Type field, scroll to desired measurement type and
press OK.
3. If converting Currency, press Options and
select Change currency..
• If converting Currency, press Options
and select Set currency.
4. Scroll to the desired unit to convert
FROM, and press OK.
5. Scroll to second Unit field, press Options
and select Select unit.
• If converting Currency, press Options
and select Change currency.
6. Scroll to the desired unit to convert TO, and press OK.
7. Scroll to the first Amount field; press
to erase zero. Type
in desired unit amount to convert.
• To enter a decimal, press
.
• To enter + and - (for temperature) and E (exponent)
symbols, press
.
Converted amount automatically displays in second Amount
field.
Note: You can also convert amounts in reverse. Type in amount in
second field; converted amount automatically displays in first
field.
NOTEPAD
Jot down quick notes into the notepad. Open and edit simple text
documents (.txt) saved from text attachments sent using
messaging and chat applications.
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From Tools application:
1. Open Notepad.
2. Press Options and select New note.
To Send a Note
From Tools application:
1. Open Notepad.
2. Press Options and select Send > Via text message, Via
multimedia, Via e-mail, Via Bluetooth or Via infrared.
3. To complete text messages, see page 50; or multimedia
messages on page 51; or E-mail messages on page 53; or
Bluetooth® on page 102; or Infrared on page 104.
RECORDER
Record voice memos up to 1 minute in length. You can also
record a two-way phone conversation. Recorded sound clips are
stored in .amr format.
Record a Sound Clip
From Tools application:
1. Open Recorder.
2. Press Options and select Record sound clip.
3. Begin speaking into microphone. Press Stop to stop
recording.
• Seconds counter bar near bottom of screen and Length
counter both keep track of seconds elapsed.
4. To rename the sound clip to find it in the list, press Options
and select Rename sound clip.
Play Back a Sound Clip
If sound clip was just recorded, go to step 4. Or from Tools
application:
1. Open Recorder.
2. Press Options and select Go to Gallery.
3. Open desired folder, then scroll to desired sound clip and
open.
4. Select on screen Play button.
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• Volume control - Scroll
to adjust volume. Note speaker
icon and volume steps in upper part of screen.
• To select buttons on screen, scroll or to move box to
button and press
:
Play:
Pause:
Rewind:
Stop:
Fast forward:
Record:
To play a sound clip during a call, open the sound clip from its
current location and play. The other person hears the sound clip.
Record a Conversation
Caution:You are responsible for the security of a recorded message.
Ask for the other party’s consent before recording, and abide
by local voice recording laws.
1. During a phone conversation, press
and follow steps 1 to
3 in Record a Sound Clip on page 140.
2. The conversation records.
3. Press Stop to stop recording.
Send a Sound Clip
If sound clip was just recorded, go to step 4. Or, from Tools
application:
1. Open Recorder.
2. Press Options and select Go to Gallery.
3. Open desired folder, then scroll to desired sound clip.
4. Press Options and select Send > Via multimedia, Via email, Via Bluetooth or Via infrared.
5. To complete multimedia messages, see page 51; or E-mail
messages on page 53; or Bluetooth® on page 102; or Infrared
on page 104.
Recorder Settings
From Tools application:
1. Open Recorder.
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2. Press Options and select Settings. Scroll to:
Memory in use
Store recordings in Phone memory or miniSD
Card.
Default speaker Choose Loudspeaker or Handset.
Use Recording as a Ringing Tone
To use a recording as a ringing tone, record a sound clip as
described in Record a Sound Clip on page 140.
The new sound clip automatically appears in the Ringing tone lists
in the Ringtones, Contacts, Clock, and Calendar alarm
applications. To assign ringing tones see Ringtones on page 112,
Assign a Ringing Tone on page 38, and Set Alarms on page 130.
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miniSD CARD
Backup your phone memory onto the miniSD memory card.
miniSD Cards can be installed into the standard size memory card
socket of other devices using the miniSD Card adapter (see Using
miniSD Card and miniSD Adapter on page 144). Data file size of
miniSD Card may vary with current availability.
Remove miniSD Card
1. Press
, scroll to Eject miniSD Card and press OK. Wait
for file saving or copying process to finish before removing
miniSD Card.
2. Continue with Removing miniSD Card on page 6.
Format, View Details of miniSD Card
Backup Files
Warning:Do not format a miniSD Card that contains important software
as this destroys all data on the miniSD Card.
From Tools application:
1. Open miniSD. A list indicating name, storage capacity,
storage used, and storage free displays
2. Press Options and select:
Remove miniSD Saves data and closes applications before ejectCard
ing miniSD Card.
Backup phone
mem.
Backup the phone contents to the miniSD Card.
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Restore from
card
Restore earlier backed up miniSD Card data to
the phone memory.
Format miniSD
Card
Format other brand miniSD Cards if needed
before first use.
miniSD Card
name
Write a name or title for the miniSD Card.
Memory details
View number of bytes stored in separate applications such as Calendar, Messages, documents.
Also view total memory in use and free memory.
Password in some miniSD Cards
Some brands of miniSD Cards can be locked from unapproved
use by entering a password. If you insert a miniSD Card with
locking capability into your phone, the following option items will
appear.
From Tools application:
1. Open MiniSD Card.
2. Press Options and select:
Set password
Enter a password to use to lock the miniSD Card.
Thereafter, the password must be entered to use
the miniSD Card in any device.
Remove password
Removing the password unlocks the miniSD
Card, and it can be used in another device without
a password.
Change password
Change locking password for this miniSD Card.
Unlock miniSD
Enter the password to unlock the miniSD Card.
Using miniSD Card and miniSD Adapter
By inserting the miniSD Card into the miniSD adapter, you can
use the miniSD Card in an SD memory card compatible personal
computer. Back up data and print images using a printer.
To insert the miniSD Card into the miniSD adapter:
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1. On miniSD adapter, move
MiniSD Adapter
lock tab into unlocked
MiniSD Card
position.
2. Slide miniSD Card in with
Write-protect
notched corner entering
switch
the left side of the miniSD
adapter first into the pocket
MiniSD Adapter with
miniSD Card inserted
until it clicks.
Lock
3. Follow manufacturer’s
instructions for inserting an
SD card in the compatible personal computer and accessing
the data.
WRITE-PROTECT miniSD CARD
• To protect important data, move write-protect switch to Lock
position. The miniSD Card is write-protected and you cannot
write, save, delete data, or format the card.
• To write data to the miniSD Card, move write-protect switch to
unlocked position.
TO-DO LIST
Make a list of tasks, and set a deadline and priority for each.
Create a New To-do Task
From Tools application:
1. Open To-Do.
2. Press Options and select New to-do note.
3. Enter information in fields:
Subject
Description of task or subject.
Due date
Assign a due date.
Priority
Open and select High, Normal or Low.
4. Press Done to save.
Note: In the list of tasks, ! icon means High priority task; - icon means
Low priority task.
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Edit and Mark To-do Tasks
From Tools application:
1. Open To-Do.
2. Scroll to the desired task.
• To edit, open task and edit information in fields as desired.
• To mark the task as completed or to restore task, press
Options and select Mark as done, or Mark as not done.
Note: A checkmark within a box means task is completed. A blank box
means task is unfinished.
APPLICATION MANAGER
The Application Manager allows you to install and manage both
Java™ MIDlet (Mobile Information Device) applications and
device software installation files. Examples include games, secure
information storage, and compression software. You can also
view and manage Authority and Personal certificates (see
Certificate Management on page 125).
View Details of Application
From Tools application:
1. Open App Mgr..
2. Scroll to desired application installation file.
• Files with extension .sis are device software installation
files. Files with extensions .jad or .jar are Java™
applications.
3. Press Options and select View details.
• A list displays with details such as name, version, type,
certificate and signature details, trust status for MIDlets,
application size, and application supplier.
View Certificate
From Tools application:
1. Open App Mgr..
2. Scroll to desired application installation file.
3. Press Options and select View certificate.
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• A list displays with details such as issuer, subject, validity
period, serial number, and fingerprint.
See Certificate Management on page 125.
Install Application or Software
Your phone supports installation of software and applications
suitable for the Symbian™ operating system. Because these files
are usually large and compressed, be sure to reserve enough
time and phone memory for the entire installation procedure.
From Tools application:
1. Open App Mgr..
2. Scroll to desired application installation file.
3. Press Options and select Install.
Note: Panasonic is not responsible for the performance of downloaded
content or possible corruption of phone software.
If there is no digital signature or certificate attached to the
software or application, the phone issues warnings of the risks of
installing without verifying the source. You should only install
software or applications from sources that you have personally
verified and of which you are absolutely sure.
You will see messages asking if you wish to continue or cancel
during different phases of the installation process.
If the installation process is cancelled for some reason, such as
the phone runs out of memory, then the installation is not
complete, or partial. To complete the partial installation, either
delete the partially installed application, or reinstall the
application.
If there are problems with installation, you can view the installation
log or send the installation log to a help desk for troubleshooting.
Press Options and select View log or Send log.
Remove Application or Software
From Tools application:
1. Open App Mgr.
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2. Scroll to desired application installation file.
3. Press Options and select Remove.
Note: Removing a software application may cause you to not be able to
view documents created with that software, and other software
may not work if it relies on the removed software.
FILE MANAGER
Organise and manage files stored in the phone memory and on
the miniSD Card. It’s an easy way to find files and folders.
View Folders and Files
From Tools application:
1. Open File Mgr.
2. A list of folders and files stored in the
phone memory appears. Some folders
may have sub folders, for example,
Images folder has two sub folders Picture msgs. and Wallpapers. Files that
have not been stored in a folder are
listed after the folder names.
• Scroll to view folders and files
stored on the miniSD Card.
3. Scroll to desired folder or file and open.
Find Folders and Files
Type letters or keywords in a search box
to find a folder
or file.
From Tools application:
1. Open File Mgr.
2. Press Options and select Find.
3. Choose to look in the phone memory or miniSD Card.
4. Type in the keyword to find, or just type in a few letters, and
press Find.
5. After a brief period of searching, a list of files and folders
containing the keyword displays.
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6. The list is sorted from closest match first to farthest match
last. Folders and files with the same name appear with folder
before file.
Manage Folders and Files
From Tools application:
1. Open File Mgr.
2. Press Options and select:
Open
Open the selected folder or file.
Delete
Delete the selected folder or file.
Move to folder
Move selected item to another folder.
Copy to folder
Copy selected item to another folder, leaving the
original in its current place.
New folder
Create a new folder.
Mark/Unmark
Mark or unmark several files at once. Not available for folders.
Rename
Change name of item. Default folders cannot be
renamed.
Receive via
Infrared
To receive a file via infrared, see page 104.
View details
View name, format type, date and time modified,
size in bytes or kilobytes (if item is a folder, size is
total of all files and folders inside the folder),
whether it is a default folder, number of sub folders, and number of files.
Memory details
View number of bytes stored in separate applications such as Calendar or Messages. Also view
total memory in use and free memory. View phone
for
memory on phone memory tab, or scroll
miniSD Card memory.
Send Files
From Tools application:
1. Open File Mgr.
2. Open desired folder, then open file.
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3. Press Options and select Send > Via multimedia, Via email, Via Bluetooth, or Via infrared.
4. To complete multimedia messages, see page 51; or e-mail
messages on page 53; or Bluetooth on page 102; or Infrared
on page 104.
Note: The phone may not allow you to copy, modify, transfer or forward
some copyrighted images, ringtones or other content.
Send is not available if a folder or playlist is highlighted.
PHOTOLIGHT
Light up your subject before snapping a
picture or recording a video clip. To turn
on the Photolight;
1. From standby mode, press and hold
.
2. Open Camera and continue with
Take a Picture on page 71. To
record a video clip, continue with
Record a Video Clip on page 87.
Indicator
Light and
Photolight
To switch off Photolight, return to
standby mode, then press and hold
.
Or, you can switch on or off Photolight from Tools application:
1. Open Photolight.
Unlike a camera flash, the Photolight does not flash. Photolight
remains on until you switch it off.
Note: Do not use the Photolight near the eyes. The Photolight is
intended as an auxiliary light source for shooting photos in dim
areas. It does not produce the intense light of a typical camera
flash.
Battery note:Keeping Photolight switched on consumes battery power
more rapidly. To conserve battery power, switch off
Photolight when not in use.
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Use Photolight as a Flashlight
The Photolight can be switched on to use as a small flashlight.
1. In standby mode, press and hold
. The Photolight
switches on.
To switch off the Photolight, return to standby mode, then press
and hold
.
• Whether or not you close the flip, the Photolight remains on
until you switch it off.
• The Photolight also switches off when the phone is switched
off.
SIM TOOL KIT
The SIM Tool Kit allows applications existing on the SIM card to
interact and operate with your phone. These applications, stored
in the SIM memory, are Value Added Services. Your network
operator can configure your SIM card with applications that can
be seen on your phone as additional menu items.
Contact your network operator for further information.
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CALL LOGS
Check your recent missed calls, received calls, and dialled
numbers. View the amount of data sent and received via GPRS.
View details for each incoming and outgoing communication
event such as voice calls, text messages, and GPRS
connections.
These features are SIM card dependent.
MISSED CALLS, RECEIVED CALLS, AND
DIALLED NUMBERS
When you miss an incoming call, a missed call icon
and a
note displays on the standby screen. Press Show to view the
details of the missed call.
From Call Logs application:
1. Open Recent calls.
2. Open Missed calls, Received calls, or Dialled nos..
3. List of last 20 calls appears with caller or dialled phone
number (or name if entered in Contacts), date and time of call.
Also, scroll
or
to view lists.
Shortcut: To view the Dialled nos. list from the standby screen, press
.
To clear all Recent calls lists (Missed calls, Received calls, and
Dialled nos.) at once, open Recent calls, then press Options and
select Clear recent calls.
Call or Add to Contacts
Make a call using a number from the recent calls lists, or add the
number to your Contacts list.
From Call Logs application:
1. Open Recent calls.
2. Locate desired number in Missed calls, Received calls, or
Dialled nos., and highlight.
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3. Press Options and select:
Call
Dial the number.
Create
message >
Select Via text message or Via multimedia to
create a new message addressed to the number.
Use number
Use the number as a base to edit for dialling a
similar number.
Clear list
Erase all numbers from selected list.
Add to
Contacts >
Create new Contacts card or Update existing
card using the number.
CALL DURATION
Check duration of last call and accumulated duration of dialled
calls, received calls, and all calls.
From Call Logs application:
1. Open Call duration.
2. Scroll to view duration of Last call, Dialled nos., Received
calls, and All calls (since last counter reset).
• Times indicated in hours:minutes:seconds.
To clear all Call duration lists (Last calls, Dialled nos., Received
calls and All calls) at once, press Options and select Clear
timers.
To separate Call duration lists into summaries for each of both
lines, Line 1, or Line 2, press Options and select Filter timers.
Note: Actual times invoiced from your wireless service provider for calls
and services may vary from the call timers depending on number
of network features purchased, when billing begins and ends,
billing rounding off, etc.
GPRS DATA COUNTER
View the amount of data in kilobytes sent and received by the
phone via GPRS data packets, for example, WAP pages, e-mail
messages, downloaded ringtones and applications.
From Call Logs application:
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1. Open GPRS counter.
2. All sent data and All receiv. data amounts display in
kilobytes.
To clear the GPRS counter, press Options and select Clear
counters. Enter the phone lock code and press OK.
See Security Settings on page 122.
CALL LOGS SETTINGS
From Call Logs application:
1. Press Options and select Settings.
2. Scroll to select:
Log duration
Choose from No log, 1 day, 10 days, or 30 days
to store call information in the logs.
Show call dura- Select Yes to switch on a time elapsed counter to
tion
display during a call.
GENERAL CALL LOGS
View details for each incoming and outgoing communication
event such as voice calls, text messages, and GPRS
connections.
From Call Logs application:
1. Scroll
to General Logs tab
.
2. A list of communication events displays. Up arrow icon
indicates outgoing or sent; down arrow icon
indicates
incoming or received events.
3. Press Options and select:
View details
Scroll to desired event to view details such as
direction (in/out), type (voice, data, etc.), duration
(for calls).
Clear log
Clear all events from the log.
Filter
Separate events into a list by type such as Outgoing, Incoming, Voice calls, Data calls.
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Add to Contacts >
Scroll to desired event to Create new Contacts
card or Update existing card using number or
address.
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QUICKOFFICE
Store your Microsoft® Word, Excel, and PowerPoint® documents
on your phone. Edit them right on the phone, then beam or send
the new documents to another device, or save them to the miniSD
Card.
Note: For customer support and more information on Quickoffice, visit
www.quickoffice.com.
VIEW DOCUMENTS
From Quickoffice application:
1. Scroll to Quickword, Quicksheet, or Quickpoint documents
tabs.
2. A list of documents in phone memory appears.
3. Press Options and select:
Open
Open highlighted file.
New
Create a new document.
Browse
Select the memory to browse. Open folders
as needed to view documents
File management > Sort files to sort by name, size, date or ext.,
or Scan location to Scan default, Scan
mail, or Scan all.
Refresh
Refresh the list view.
Properties
View details of highlighted file.
Send as
Send file Via multimedia, Via e-mail, Via
Bluetooth, Via infrared.
Delete
Delete highlighted file.
About product
View copyright information about the software.
EULA
View software license agreement
Note: You can also view and move your documents from File Manager
(see page 148).
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VIEW MICROSOFT® WORD DOCUMENTS
Documents open in read-only full screen view. You must press
Options and select Edit mode to make edits to a document.
Scroll
to move one line at a time or scroll
at a time.
to move one page
Go to shortcuts (percentage through the document): Press
for 20%,
for 30%, etc.,
to go to beginning.
Press Options and select:
Edit mode
Go to Edit mode.
Search >
Choose Find, Find Next or Replace. Enter text to
be located in Find field. In other fields, scroll to
choose a search range. Then press Find.
Goto >
To go to desired place in the document, choose
Top, Percent, or Bottom.
Zoom >
Zoom out, Zoom 100%, or Zoom in document
by desired amount.
Autoscroll
Automatically scroll document line by line. Scroll
to increase speed, scroll
to decrease speed.
Print
Print document by sending it via Multimedia,
Bluetooth® or infrared.
EDIT MICROSOFT® WORD DOCUMENTS
1. From an open document, press Options and select Edit
mode.
2. Save the document with a new file name.
3. Scroll through the document using:
- move down one line
- move up one line
- move left one space
- move right one space
To highlight text to apply a format, press and hold
, then
scroll or . The text will highlight. For more text editing options,
see Entering Text on page 24.
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Press Options and select:
View mode
Go to View mode.
Font
Choose a font name and size to apply to
highlighted text.
Style >
Choose bold, italic, or underline to apply to
highlighted text.
Alignment >
Choose left, centre, or right alignment to apply to
highlighted text.
Colour
Choose a colour to apply to highlighted text.
Bullet
Apply bullet to highlighted text.
Search >
Choose Find, Find Next or Replace. Enter text to
be located in Find field. In other fields, scroll
to
choose a search range. Then press Find.
Print
Print document by sending it via Multimedia,
Bluetooth® or infrared.
Note: Tables, pictures or embedded objects in Microsoft® Word
documents cannot be displayed on the phone.
VIEW MICROSOFT® EXCEL DOCUMENTS
Documents open in read-only full screen view.
Scroll through the document using:
- move down one cell
- move up one cell
- move left one cell
- move right one cell
- toggle between view mode and edit mode
Press Options and select:
Edit Cell
Edit highlighted cell.
Worksheets >
Select, insert, rename or delete worksheets.
Toggle Full
Screen
Toggle between full screen and reduced screen.
Zoom >
Choose a size to zoom document.
Freeze >
Freeze Row, Column or Both for the highlighted
cell.
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Adjust Column
Width
Scroll
to adjust column width.
Clipboard >
Choose Cut, Copy, Paste or Select All to apply
to highlighted cells.
Search >
Choose Find, Find Next or Replace. Enter text to
be located in Find field. In other fields, scroll
to
choose a search range. Then press Find.
Properties
Set cursor movement after entry and toggle autorecalculations.
Print
Print document by sending it via Multimedia, Bluetooth® or infrared.
EDIT MICROSOFT® EXCEL DOCUMENTS
Documents open in read-only full screen view.
- toggle between view mode and edit mode
In edit mode:
- move cursor left within a cell
To select cells, press and hold
- move cursor right within a cell
, then scroll
,
,
or
.
Press Options and select:
Accept Text Edit Enter the edit.
Revert Text Edit Revert to previous cell content.
Operators >
Choose from list of math operators and commonly
used symbols.
Functions >
Choose from list of spreadsheet functions.
Range Select
Select a range of cells by highlighting.
Formatting >
Choose from list of formatting.
Alignement >
Choose Default, Left, Center or Right to apply to
highlighted cells.
Justify >
Choose Default, Left, Centre or Right to apply to
highlighted cells.
Font
Apply Bold or Underline font style.
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Colour >
Apply colour to Font or Cell.
Style
Choose from list of text and number styles.
Clipboard >
Choose Cut, Copy, Paste or Select All to apply
to highlighted cells.
Clear
Clears highlighted cell formatting, formula
content, or both.
Print
Print document by sending it via Multimedia,
Bluetooth® or infrared.
Note: Macros, pictures, graphs or embedded objects in Microsoft®
Excel documents cannot be displayed on the phone.
VIEW MICROSOFT® POWERPOINT®
DOCUMENTS
Documents open in outline view.
Scroll
views.
to move between outline, notes, slide, and thumbnail
Navigation Shortcuts
View
Action
Outline, Notes,
Slide
Toggle between full
screen and partial screen
Slide view full
screen
Zoom out
Zoom in
Fit to screen
Outline, Notes,
Slide
Previous slide
Next slide
Thumb
(4 slides per page)
Page up
Page down
Next slide
Previous slide
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Keypress
or
or
Outline
Collapse slide
Expand slide
Collapse all
Expand all
Edit slide
Options Menu
The Options menu varies in an open PowerPoint® document,
depending on which of the 4 views you are using.
Press Options and select:
Toggle Screen
Toggle screen in outline, notes, and slide view.
Edit >
In outline view, you can edit the entry, insert and
delete slides. In notes view, you can edit the entry.
Outline >
In outline view, expand and collapse one or all
slides.
Navigate >
In all views, move to next or previous page or
slide.
Goto
Go to another view.
Pitch >
Start or stop pitch device.
Print
In outline or notes view, print document by
sending it via Multimedia, Bluetooth® or infrared.
Exit >
In thumb view, choose Close and save, Close
and save as, or Close and discard.
Note: Animation, multimedia, or embedded objects in Microsoft®
PowerPoint® documents cannot be displayed on the phone.
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GAMES
Your phone is supplied with two games, MicroGolf and BalloonHeaded Boy.
Note: For customer support and more information on MicroGolf and
Balloon-Headed Boy games, visit the forum at
www.morpheme.co.uk.
Download Games
See Download Files from the Internet on page 95. For customer
support of downloaded content, visit the respective supplier’s
website.
Note: Panasonic is not responsible for the performance of downloaded
content or possible corruption of phone software.
Free content is available for your X700 phone. For downloading
information, visit www.panasonicbox.com. Availability of this
service is dependent on your country/region or network. The
downloaded content is free, however there will be a
communication fee to download.
MICROGOLF GAME
Play 18 holes of a miniature golf game.
From Games application:
1. Open MicroGolf icon.
2. Navigation options:
Rotate clockwise:
Scroll
or press
.
Rotate counterclockwise:
Scroll
or press
.
Snap direction to the diagonal: Press
,
,
Increase power:
Press
ball.
or
Toggle golfer on or off:
Press
.
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, or
.
. Release to hit the
Toggle manual scroll to see
further than ball centered view
allows:
Press
. Scroll for 4 directions to
move the view.
Switch sound on or off:
See Options menu.
BALLOON-HEADED BOY GAME
Move Balloon-Headed Boy through different levels to rescue
balloons to bring to the birthday party. Watch out for the frogs!
From Games application:
1. Open Balloon-Headed Boy icon.
2. The game may show hints of which key to press to move.
3. Navigation options:
Move right:
Scroll
or press
.
Move left:
Scroll
or press
.
Move up:
Scroll
or press
.
Move down:
Scroll
or press
.
Go back one screen:
Press
Switch sound on or off:
when at title screen
Press
below speaker icon.
.
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FAVOURITES
Favourites serves as a “bulletin board” storing shortcuts to your
frequently used applications or documents stored in phone
memory or miniSD Card.
OPEN A FAVOURITES SHORTCUT
Open Favourites application:
1. Scroll to the desired shortcut; press
Options and select Open. Or, press
to open.
ADD A SHORTCUT TO
FAVOURITES
1. Open the item within the application or
open the document in which you want to store a shortcut in
Favourites.
2. Press Options and select Add to favourites.
• Adding to Favourites is available only for certain
applications.
MANAGE FAVOURITES
Open Favourites application:
1. Scroll to the desired shortcut.
2. Press Options and select:
Edit shortcut
name
Change the name of the shortcut.
Shortcut icon
When this option appears, choose a different icon
picture by scrolling through grid.
Move
A checkmark appears on the shortcut icon. Scroll
or to move to desired location, then press
OK.
List view/Grid
view
View the shortcuts in a list view or grid view.
Delete shortcut
Remove shortcut from Favourites.
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Note: The default shortcuts to Today in Calendar, Inbox in Messages,
and Notepad cannot be deleted nor can the icon be changed.
To change the wallpaper of the Favourites screen, see Change
Wallpaper or Screensaver on page 115.
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ACCESSORIES
Many accessories are available for your Panasonic phone.
Contact your wireless service provider to purchase Genuine
Panasonic accessories. Using non-Panasonic accessories or
accessories not recommended by your wireless service provider
may result in poor performance of your phone, or even cause an
electrical hazard.
BATTERY LITHIUM-ION 780 mAh
(EB-BSX700)
Carry a spare battery.
TRAVEL CHARGER
(EB-CAX70AU)
(EB-CAX70UK)
(EB-CAX70CN)
(EB-CAX70US)
(EB-CAX70EU)
Recharge the battery using any electrical outlet.
Plugs for use in many countries are available.
miniSD CARD
MiniSD (secure data) memory card stores sound,
video, picture, and voice files. Card memory size
varies.
miniSD CARD ADAPTER
This adapter allows you to use your miniSD Card in
a standard SD socket. See miniSD Card on
page 143.
Warning: When you use a miniSD Card with an SD Memory Card
application device, please insert the card in the miniSD
adapter which is included in the package. When you use the
card with an SD Memory Card application device, please
insert and remove the card with the adapter at the same time
and never leave the adapter in the device.
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CAR CHARGER (DC ADAPTER)
(EB-CDX70)
Recharge the battery using your vehicle’s cigarette
lighter socket.
CAR HOLDER
(EB-KAX700)
Mounted in your vehicle to store your phone. Use
with personal handsfree headset for handsfree
operation.
CARRY CASE
(EB-YKX700)
Clip your case to your clothing or purse to keep your
phone close.
PERSONAL HANDSFREE HEADSET
(EB-EMD87)
Plug into your phone and talk without holding the
phone to your ear.
PRODUCT CD
Transfer data between your phone and your PC,
using Bluetooth®, Infrared, or USB data cable.
USB DATA CABLE WITH CHARGING
CAPABILITY
(EB-UCX700)
Use this to connect your phone to a PC to transfer
data between them. Use in conjunction with the
software provided on the CD-ROM.
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BLUETOOTH® HEADSET
(EB-BHX70)
Talk handsfree and without wires. Place the headset
on your ear and the phone in your pocket, with no
wires connecting the two.
BLUETOOTH® CAR KIT
Parrot model CK3000 or Parrot model DriveBlue
Made by Parrot, these Bluetooth® enabled
handsfree car kits allow you to use your phone
handsfree in your car. Model CK3000 requires
installation, model DriveBlue plugs into your car
cigarette lighter.
How to identify a genuine Panasonic accessory
Panasonic produces some of the most advanced mobile phones
available. So, as you’d expect from this class leader, the range of
accessories are second to none. Most genuine Panasonic
accessories will have a label showing an “EB-XXXXX” model
number.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEMS
Problem
Remedy
Phone does not switch
on
• Check that the battery is properly installed
and charged.
• Press and hold
for at least two
seconds.
Short battery life for a
new battery
Battery life is reduced when:
• playing games
• leaving Bluetooth® switched on
• taking pictures with Camera
• recording video clips with Video recorder
• recording sound clips with Recorder
• using the Photolight often
• browsing the Internet
• downloading data
• leaving Cell Broadcast switched on
• phone is in a weak service area, requiring
more battery power
Battery charging
indicator does not
appear, and phone
cannot be switched on
when starting battery
charge session
Allow phone to charge for a few minutes
before switching on. Battery may have been
fully discharged.
Battery fails to charge
Do not connect the Travel Charger until after
the battery has been installed.
Display looks faded
Check the Brightness setting (see Display
Settings on page 117).
Emergency calls
cannot be made
Check that the antenna symbol
is
displayed - move to a coverage area and
operate your phone when the antenna symbol
appears.
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Problem
Remedy
• Check to make sure the phone is switched
on.
• If keypad is locked, press Unlock softkey,
then press
.
• If phone is locked, enter lock code.
Calls cannot be made
or received
• Check that the network signal strength
indicator
displays at least one bar. Move
to a stronger coverage area.
• If no network name appears, the phone may
not be registered to a network. Move to
another area and watch for the phone to
register to a network.
• Check Call barring, Fixed dialling, Closed
user group, and Call divert settings in
Settings application.
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.
Error Messages
These are some of the important error messages which may be
displayed.
Error Message
Meaning
Unable to install
Unable to install game, ringing tone,
application, etc., for various reasons such as
not enough memory, or downloading failed.
No access points
defined. Define now?
You need to set up an access point for your
phone to access the service you are
requesting, such as Multimedia messaging, email, browsing the Internet, or chat.
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Error Message
Meaning
Memory full
Phone memory is full. Delete some files before
new files can be stored. See Shared Phone
memory on page 31.
No network coverage
There is no network service in your current
location.
Network busy
Connection error
Network is overloaded with calls or there was
an error trying to connect to the network.
Unable to send
message. Maximum
message size is xxx
File size of object attached to message is too
large to send. The xxx will be replaced by a file
size. You may be able to send the file by
infrared, Bluetooth®, or transfer by PC
Software Suite.
Unable to connect. No
network coverage.
Cannot connect to server you are requesting.
Secure connection not
available
Network cannot establish a secure connection.
SIM card registration
failed
The network cannot register your SIM card.
Contact your wireless service provider.
PIN code blocked.
Enter PUK code:
PIN code was entered incorrectly 3 times,
therefore the SIM card is locked. Enter the
PUK code, supplied by wireless service
provider.
PIN2 code blocked.
Enter PUK2 code:
PIN2 code was entered incorrectly 3 times,
therefore the SIM card is locked. Enter the
PUK2 code, supplied by wireless service
provider.
SIM card rejected
The phone is set to accept only certain SIM
cards. It will not accept the currently inserted
SIM card.
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INDEX
A
About (copyrights) . . . . . . . 135
Access point settings . . . . 118
Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . 166
Active clamshell . . . . . . . . 118
Alarm set
Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Clock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 130
Applications
Close . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Menu map . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Navigating . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Open . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Options softkey . . . . . . . 28
B
Barring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 127
Battery
Charging . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Installing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Removing . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Bluetooth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100
Browser . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90–97
Bookmarks . . . . . . . . . . . 94
Connect to Internet . . . . 91
Download files
from Internet . . . . . . . . . 95
Online options . . . . . . . . 93
Saved pages . . . . . . . . . 96
Set up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91
Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95
C
Calculator . . . . . . . . . . . . . 137
Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . 43–47
172
Alarm set . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Chinese Lunar calendar 47
Create new . . . . . . . . . . 43
Send events . . . . . . . . . 46
Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Views . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Call
Answer by opening flip 118
Answering . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Duration . . . . . . . . . . . 153
Ending . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Handsfree talking . . . . . 20
Hold or unhold . . . . . . . . 19
Making . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Mute or unmute . . . . . . . 20
Open applications during 21
Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Volume . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Call barring . . . . . . . . . . . . 127
Call divert . . . . . . . . . . . . . 126
Call logs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 152
Call settings . . . . . . . . . . . 117
Call waiting . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Calls
Dialled . . . . . . . . . . . . . 152
Emergency . . . . . . . . . . 17
Missed . . . . . . . . . . . . . 152
Multi-party (conference) 22
Received . . . . . . . . . . . 152
Camera . . . . . . . . . . . . 71–74
Photolight . . . . . . . . . . 150
Picture quality . . . . . . . . 74
Save pictures . . . . . . . . 73
Send pictures . . . . . . . . 74
Take a picture . . . . . . . . 71
View pictures . . . . . . . . . 73
Cell broadcast messages . . 69
Certificate management . . 125
Chinese Lunar calendar . . . 47
Clip art, add to photos . . . . . 83
Clock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 129
Close applications . . . . . . . . 31
Closed user group . . . . . . 124
Conference calls . . . . . . . . . 22
Connection manager . . . . 105
Connection settings . . . . . 118
Connectivity . . . . . . . . 90–111
Bluetooth . . . . . . . . . . . 100
Connection manager . . 105
Device manager . . . . . . 109
Fax modem . . . . . . . . . 105
Infrared . . . . . . . . . . . . 103
Operator . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97
Contacts . . . . . . . . . . . . 35–42
Create new . . . . . . . . . . 35
Edit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Find . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Groups . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Make a call . . . . . . . . . . . 37
My numbers . . . . . . . . . . 36
Send a Contacts card . . 40
Service numbers . . . . . . 40
SIM directory . . . . . . . . . 35
Converter . . . . . . . . . . . . . 138
Create e-mail messages . . . 53
Create multimedia messages 51
Create text message . . . . . . 50
D
Data call
Access points . . . . . . . . 119
Definition . . . . . . . . . . . . 91
Device manager . . . . . . . . 109
Dictionary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
E
Eject miniSD card . . . . . . . . . 9
E-mail messages . . . . . . . . 58
Emergency calls . . . . . . . . . 17
Ending calls . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Enhancement settings . . . 128
F
Favourites . . . . . . . . . . . . 164
Fax modem . . . . . . . . . . . 105
File manager . . . . . . . . . . 148
Fixed dialling . . . . . . . . . . 124
Flashlight . . . . . . . . . . . . . 151
Frames, add to photos . . . . 83
G
Gallery . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75–80
Add clip art, frames . . . . 83
Edit photos . . . . . . . . . . 82
Play video, sound clips, and
streaming media . . . . . . 77
Player controls . . . . . . . 78
Send pictures, video, sound
clips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78
Slide show . . . . . . . . . . . 82
View images . . . . . . . . . 75
Zoom . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76
Games . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 162
GPRS
Access points . . . . . . . 119
Definition . . . . . . . . . . . . 91
GPRS data counter . . . . . 153
Groups in Contacts . . . . . . 41
H
Handsfree talking . . . . . . . . 20
173
I
Icons (indicators) . . . . . . . . 12
Inbox . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
Infrared . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103
International calling . . . . . . . 17
Internet. See Browser
K
Key functions . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Keys, lock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
L
Language
Browser page display . . 96
Cell broadcast . . . . . . . . 68
Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . 116
Writing . . . . . . . . . . . . . 116
Lock code . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123
Lock keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Lock phone . . . . . . . . . . . . 123
Loudspeaker . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
M
Making a call . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Mark . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Media . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75–89
Gallery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
PhotoBase . . . . . . . . . . . 80
RealOne Player . . . . . . . 80
Video recorder . . . . . . . . 87
Memory details . . . . . . . . . . 31
Menu map . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Messages . . . . . . . . . . . 48–70
Cell broadcast . . . . . . . . 69
Create new e-mail . . . . . 53
Create new multimedia . 51
Create new text . . . . . . . 50
174
Create presentation . . . 52
Drafts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
Email . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
E-mail (Mailbox) . . . . . . 58
Inbox . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
My folders . . . . . . . . . . . 57
Outbox . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
Receive new . . . . . . . . . 54
Reports . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
Sent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
Service command . . . . . 70
Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
SIM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69
Types . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
miniSD card
Application . . . . . . . . . 150
Installing . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Removing . . . . . . . . . . 6, 9
Missed calls . . . . . . . . . . . 152
Moving in the applications . 27
Multi-party calls . . . . . . . . . 22
Multitasking . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
My numbers . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
N
Navigating in the applications 27
Network settings . . . . . . . . 128
Notepad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 139
O
On or off, switch phone . . . 15
Open applications . . . . . . . 31
Operator menu . . . . . . . . . . 97
Options softkey . . . . . . . . . 28
Outbox . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
Overview, phone . . . . . . . . . 8
P
Phone
Memory . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . 116
Switch on or off . . . . . . . 15
PhotoBase . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
Photolight . . . . . . . . . . . . . 150
Picture quality . . . . . . . . . . . 74
Picture, take . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
Pictures, edit . . . . . . . . . . . . 82
PIN code . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 122
PIN2 code . . . . . . . . . . . . . 122
Play video, sound clips, and
streaming media . . . . . . 77
Problems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 169
Q
Quickoffice . . . . . . . . . . . . 156
R
RealOne Player . . . . . . . . . 80
Recorder, voice . . . . . . . . . 140
Ringtones . . . . . . . . . . . . . 112
S
Search . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Security settings . . . . . . . . 122
Send Calendar events . . . . 46
Send Contacts card . . . . . . 40
Send data via Bluetooth . . 102
Send data via infrared . . . . 104
Send DTMF touch tones . . . 21
Send pictures . . . . . . . . 74, 78
Send sound clips . . . . . . . . 78
Send video clips . . . . . . . . . 78
Service numbers . . . . . . . . . 40
Settings . . . . . . . . . . 116–129
Access point . . . . . . . . 118
Alarm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 130
Barring . . . . . . . . . . . . 127
Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 117
Call divert . . . . . . . . . . 126
Certificate management 125
Clock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 129
Connection . . . . . . . . . 118
Enhancement . . . . . . . 128
Network . . . . . . . . . . . . 128
Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . 116
Security . . . . . . . . . . . . 122
Speed dial . . . . . . . . . . 131
SIM card
Installing . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Removing . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
SIM directory . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Sound clips, play . . . . . . . . 77
Sound controls . . . . . . . . . . 78
Speed dial . . . . . . . . . . . . 131
Standby mode displays . . . 14
Streaming media, play . . . . 77
T
Tabs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Take a picture . . . . . . . . . . 71
Text entry
Dictionary for predictive text
entry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
General text entry . . . . . 24
Themes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114
To-do . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 143
Tools . . . . . . . . . . . . 137–151
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . 169
U
Unmark . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
175
USB . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105, 167
V
Video clips, play . . . . . . . . . 77
Video player controls . . . . . 78
Video recorder . . . . . . . . . . 87
Voice commands . . . . . . . 132
Voice dial . . . . . . . . . . . . . 133
Voice mail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
Voice recorder . . . . . . . . . 140
Volume
Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Player . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78
Ringtone . . . . . . . . . . . 113
Sound clip . . . . . . . . . . . 78
Video clip . . . . . . . . . . . . 78
W
Wallpaper, change . . . . . . 115
Z
Zoom
Camera . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72
Gallery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76
Video recorder . . . . . . . . 87
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