Panasonic Cell Phone EB-VS2, VS2, EB-VS2 User manual

Panasonic Cell Phone EB-VS2, VS2, EB-VS2 User manual
3TR004149AAA
VS2
Operating Instructions
Contents
Contents........................... i
Introduction .................... 1
Safety considerations............. 1
Care and maintenance........... 7
SAR........................................ 9
About this manual ................ 11
About Your Phone........ 14
Phone overview.................... 14
Key functions........................ 16
Display ................................. 19
DRM ..................................... 21
Indicator/Illumination Light ... 22
Getting Started ............. 23
Installing the SIM card and
the battery ........................ 23
Charging the battery............. 25
Opening/closing the phone .. 27
Switching the phone on/off... 27
In-call operations ..................36
Multiple calls operations .......38
Text entry..............................40
Contacts .........................45
Contacts menu structure.......45
Viewing the Contacts list.......46
Making a call from Contacts ..47
Adding contacts ....................48
Editing a Contacts card.........50
Call log..................................51
Speed dial.............................52
Groups ..................................53
Advanced..............................53
Service numbers...................56
Messages .......................57
Main menu structure ............ 28
Displaying the menu............. 29
Navigating the applications .. 30
Messages menu structure ....57
Creating a new message ......58
Receiving messages.............63
Inbox .....................................64
Archive..................................68
Web mail...............................69
Chat ......................................70
Voicemail ..............................70
Messages settings ................71
Memory status ......................73
Basic Operations.......... 31
Camera ...........................74
Menu Navigation........... 28
Making calls ......................... 31
Answering calls .................... 33
Silent mode .......................... 35
Voicemail.............................. 35
Camera menu structure ........74
Picture...................................75
Video.....................................81
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Browser ......................... 85
Games.......................... 141
Browser menu structure .......85
Setting up your Browser .......85
Viewing the contents ............86
Browser options....................87
Games menu structure....... 141
Games................................ 142
Download games ............... 144
Settings .............................. 145
Information ......................... 145
Settings ......................... 93
Settings menu structure........93
Phone settings......................94
Display settings ..................100
Sounds & alerts ..................102
Call settings ........................104
Connectivity ........................108
Security...............................115
Appendix ..................... 146
Tools ............................ 118
EU Warranty ................ 159
Tools menu structure..........118
SIM Tool Kit ........................119
Alarms ................................119
Sound recorder...................121
Calculator ...........................122
Calendar ...................... 123
Browsing Calendar .............123
Creating Calendar events...125
Managing Calendar events..127
My Media ..................... 129
My Media menu structure ...129
Pictures...............................130
Sounds ...............................134
Videos.................................137
Games ................................138
Text templates ....................139
Memory status ....................140
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Accessories........................ 146
Troubleshooting ................. 149
Glossary of terms ............... 152
Specifications ..................... 153
Licensing..................... 155
Declaration of
Conformity ............... 164
Index ............................ 165
Introduction
Thank you for purchasing this Panasonic digital cellular phone. This
phone is designed to operate on GSM networks – GSM900,
GSM1800 and GSM1900. It also supports GPRS for packet data
connections. Please ensure the battery is fully charged before use.
We, Panasonic Mobile Communications Development of Europe
Ltd., declare that the EB-VS2 conforms with the essential and other
relevant requirements of the directive 1999/5/EC. A declaration of
conformity to this effect can be found at http://panasonic.co.jp/
pmc/products/en/support/index.html
Safety considerations
The following information should be read and understood as it
provides details, which will enable you to operate your phone in a
manner which is both safe to you and your environment, and
conforms to legal requirements regarding the use of cellular phones.
Power
This equipment should only be charged with approved
charging equipment to ensure optimum performance and
avoid damage to your phone. Other usage will invalidate
any approval given to this apparatus and may be dangerous. Ensure
the voltage rating of the Travel charger is compatible with the area of
use when travelling abroad. A Travel charger (EB-CA001xx*) is
supplied with the Main Kit.
Note* xx identifies the charger region, e.g. CN, EU, UK, AU, US.
Battery
Use of another battery pack than that recommended by the
manufacturer may result in a safety hazard.
If you use a feature which keeps the key backlight on
continuously for a long time, such as a game or browser, battery life
will become extremely short. To maintain longer battery life, set the
Key backlight to off. (See “Key backlight” on page 97.)
Do not use this phone without the battery cover attached.
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Disposing of the Battery
Do not incinerate or dispose of the battery as ordinary
rubbish. The battery must be disposed of in accordance
with local regulations and may be recycled.
Aircraft
Switch off your cellular phone when in an aircraft. Ensure
that the settings of the alarm functions will not contravene
regulations whereby it may automatically power on when in
an aircraft or medical facility etc. The use of cellular phones in an
aircraft may be dangerous to the operation of the aircraft, disrupt the
cellular network and may be illegal. Failure to observe this
instruction may lead to the suspension or denial of cellular phone
services to the offender, or legal action or both.
Do Not Use
It is advised not to use the equipment at a refuelling point.
Users are reminded to observe restrictions on the use of
radio equipment in fuel depots, chemical plants or where
blasting operations are in progress. Never expose the battery to
extreme temperatures (in excess of 60°C).
Driving
It is imperative that the driver exercises proper control of
the vehicle at all times. Do not hold a phone while you are
driving; find a safe place to stop first. Do not speak into a
handsfree microphone if it will take your mind off the road. Always
acquaint yourself thoroughly with restrictions concerning the use of
cellular phones within the area where you are driving and observe
them at all times.
Electronic Devices
Care must be taken when using the phone in close
proximity to personal medical devices, such as
pacemakers and hearing aids.
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Introduction
Heating Equipment
When your handset, the accompanying battery or charging
accessories are wet, do not put those in any type of heating
equipment, such as a microwave oven, a high pressure
container, or a drier or similar. It may cause the battery, handset and/
or charging equipment to leak, heat up, expand, explode and/or
catch fire. Moreover, the product or accessories may emit smoke
and their electrical circuits may become damaged and cause the
products to malfunction. Panasonic is not responsible for any and all
damages, whether direct or indirect, howsoever caused by any
misuse.
Backup Copies & Security
It is recommended that you create a copy or backup, as
appropriate, of any important information and data which
you store in your phone’s memory. In order to avoid
accidental loss of data, please follow all instructions relating to the
care and maintenance of your phone and its battery.
Your phone has the capability of storing and communicating
personal information. It is recommended that you take care to
ensure that any personal or financial information is stored separately
from your phone. You should use security features, such as the SIM
lock to protect information held in your phone. Panasonic accepts no
liability for any and all losses howsoever arising from any loss of
data, including but not limited to direct and indirect losses (to
include, but not limited to consequential loss, anticipated savings,
loss of revenue).
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Introduction
Downloading
Your phone has the capability of downloading and storing
information and data from external sources. It is your
responsibility to ensure that in doing this you are not
infringing any copyright laws or other applicable legislation.
Panasonic accepts no liability for any and all losses howsoever
arising from any loss of data or any such infringement of copyright or
intellectual property rights, including but not limited to direct and
indirect losses (to include, but not limited to consequential loss,
anticipated savings, loss or revenues).
Efficient Use
For most efficient use, hold the phone as you would any
normal phone. To avoid deterioration of signal quality or
antenna performance, do not touch or “cup” the antenna
area while the phone is switched on. Unauthorised modifications or
attachments may damage the phone and violate applicable
regulations. The use of an unapproved modification or attachment
may result in the invalidation of your guarantee – this does not affect
your statutory rights.
Camera
You are advised to take appropriate care over the use of
the internal camera. It is your responsibility to ensure that
you have permission to take photographs of people and
objects and that you do not infringe any personal or third party rights
when using the camera. You must comply with any applicable
international or national law or other special restrictions governing
camera use in specific applications and environments. This includes
not using the camera in places where the use of photographic and
video equipment may be prohibited. Panasonic accepts no liability
for any and all losses howsoever arising from any infringement of
copyright or intellectual property rights, including but not limited to
direct and indirect losses. Do not leave the camera facing direct
sunlight, as this may impair its performance.
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Other important information
The colour liquid crystal display (LCD) uses high-precision
production technology, and in certain circumstances pixels may
appear brighter or darker. This is due to characteristics of the LCD
and is not a manufacturing defect.
This phone is designed, manufactured and tested to ensure that it
complies with the specifications covering RF exposure guidelines
applicable at the time of manufacture, in accordance with EU, USA
FCC and Australian ACA regulations.
This phone should only be used with Panasonic approved
accessories to ensure optimum performance and avoid damage to
your phone. Panasonic is not responsible for damage caused by
using non-Panasonic approved accessories.
This phone must be used in compliance with any applicable
international or national law or any special restrictions governing its
use in specified applications and environments. This includes but is
not limited to use in hospitals, aircraft, whilst driving and any other
restricted uses.
Some of the contents described in this manual are subject to change
without notice.
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Introduction
Information on Disposal for Users of Waste Electrical &
Electronic Equipment (private households)
This symbol on the products and/or accompanying
documents means that used electrical and electronic
products should not be mixed with general household
waste.
For proper treatment, recovery and recycling, please
take these products to designated collection points, where they
will be accepted on a free of charge basis. Alternatively, in some
countries you may be able to return your products to your local
retailer upon the purchase of an equivalent new product.
Disposing of this product correctly will help to save valuable
resources and prevent any potential negative effects on human
health and the environment which could otherwise arise from
inappropriate waste handling. Please contact your local authority
for further details of your nearest designated collection point.
Penalties may be applicable for incorrect disposal of this waste, in
accordance with national legislation.
For business users in the European Union
If you wish to discard electrical and electronic equipment, please
contact your dealer or supplier for further information.
Information on Disposal in other Countries outside the
European Union
This symbol is only valid in the European Union.
If you wish to discard this product, please contact your local
authorities or dealer and ask for the correct method of disposal.
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Introduction
Care and maintenance
Pressing any of the keys may produce a loud tone. Avoid
holding the phone close to the ear while pressing the keys.
Extreme temperatures may have a temporary effect on the
operation of your phone. This is normal and does not
indicate a fault. The display quality may deteriorate if the
phone is used in environments over 40°C for a long time.
Do not modify or disassemble the equipment. There are
no user serviceable parts inside.
Do not subject the equipment to excessive vibration or
shocks. Do not drop the battery.
Avoid contact with liquids or moisture. If the equipment
becomes wet, immediately remove the battery and
charger. Keep the phone dry.
Do not leave the equipment in direct sunlight or a humid,
dusty or hot area. Never throw a battery into a fire. It may
explode.
Keep metallic items that may accidentally touch the
terminals away from the equipment/battery.
Batteries can cause property damage, injury, or burns if
terminals are touched with a conductive material (i.e.
metal jewellery, keys, etc.).
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Always charge the battery in a well ventilated area, not in
direct sunlight, between +5°C and +35°C. It is not possible
to recharge the battery if it is outside this temperature
range.
When connecting the phone to an external source, read
the operating instructions of the equipment for the correct
connection and safety precautions. Ensure the phone is
compatible with the product it is being connected to.
When disposing of any packing materials or old
equipment, check with your local authorities for
information on recycling.
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SAR
THIS MODEL MEETS INTERNATIONAL GUIDELINES FOR
EXPOSURE TO RADIO WAVES and the requirements of the EU
Directive 1999/5/EC.
Your mobile device is a radio transmitter and receiver. It is designed
not to exceed the limits for exposure to radio waves recommended
by international guidelines. These guidelines were developed by the
independent scientific organization ICNIRP and include safety
margins designed to assure the protection of all persons, regardless
of age and health. These guidelines also form the basis of
international regulations and standards on RF Exposure.
The guidelines use a unit of measurement known as the Specific
Absorption Rate, or SAR. The SAR limit for mobile devices is 2 W/kg
and the highest SAR value for this device when tested at the ear, for
compliance against the standard, was 0.724 W/kg. As mobile
devices offer a range of functions, they can be used in other
positions, such as on the body as described in the user guide. For
body worn operation, this phone has been tested and meets the RF
exposure guidelines when used with a Panasonic accessory
designated for this product or when used with an accessory that
contains no metal and that positions the handset a minimum of
1.5cm from the body. In this case, the highest tested SAR value is
0.532 W/kg.
As SAR is measured utilizing the devices highest transmitting power
the actual SAR of this device while operating is typically below that
indicated above. This is due to automatic changes to the power level
of the device to ensure it only uses the minimum level required to
communicate with the network.
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The World Health Organization has stated that present scientific
information does not indicate the need for any special precautions
for the use of mobile devices. They note that if you want to reduce
your exposure then you can do so by limiting the length of calls or
using a 'hands-free' device to keep the mobile phone away from the
head and body.
Additional Information can be found on the websites:
World Health Organization (http://www.who.int/emf)
ICNIRP (http://www.icnirp.org)
Panasonic (http://panasonic.co.jp/pmc/products/en/support/
index.html)
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About this manual
Symbols used in this manual
The following symbols are used in this manual to represent the
limited availability of the function or service.
= Depending on your SIM card.
= Depending on network availability.
= Depending on your network operator. The service may only
be available on a subscription basis.
Graphics
The graphic elements in this manual are for illustrative purposes and
may differ from the actual phone and/or graphic elements displayed
on the phone. Panasonic reserves the right to change the
information in this manual without prior notice.
Keys
Keys in this manual may differ from the actual keys on your phone.
Refer to page 16 for the icons that represent the keys in this manual.
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How to read this manual
<Example> Fixed dial in Settings menu on page 116.
This function is SIM card dependent. For other symbols, refer to
page 11.
d Menu navigation
Before following the steps, you need to enter Main menu, then move
through the sub menus, described next to the d icon. “>” means
“scroll through the menu and select”.
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In the example:
From Main menu, press Navigation key (up/down/left/right) to scroll
to Settings and press Navigation key (centre). Press Navigation key
(up/down) to scroll to Security and press Navigation key (centre) or
Left Soft key (Select)*1. Press Navigation key (up/down) to scroll to
Fixed dial and press Navigation key (centre) or Left Soft key
(Select)*1. You can also select Fixed dial by pressing [D].
Now you can continue onto the step 1:
1. Press Navigation key (up/down) to scroll to Enable or Disable,
then press Navigation key (centre) or Left Soft key (Select)*1
2. Enter the PIN2 code (4-8 digits), then press Navigation key
(centre) or Left Soft key (Ok)*1
*1 The word is shown in the lower left hand corner of the display, indicating a
command that the key gives to the phone when you press it.
Note: There are several ways to select items from menu lists. See “Menu
selection method” on page 30.
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About Your Phone
Phone overview
Earpiece
Display
One Push
Auto Open
button
Left Soft key
Call key
Asterisk key
Navigation key
Right Soft key
Power/End key
Silent Mode key
Microphone
Charging Indicator
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About Your Phone
Speaker
Multi Function key
Infrared Port
Side-up key
Side-down key
Camera Lens
Macro Mode Switch
Personal Handsfree
Connector/
Charging Connector/
Data Transmission
Connector
Indicator/
Illumination Light
Self-portrait Mirror
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About Your Phone
Key functions
Key name
Function
Key icon*1
Navigation key
Press outside edges to scroll up [1],
down [2], left [3] or right [4] to move
through menus and text. Press centre [0]
to select option, perform Alert mute, or
take a picture or record a video clip in
Camera mode.
[1] [2]
[3] [4]
[0]
Left Soft key
Perform the functions indicated by the
text shown in the lower left-hand corner of
the display.
[5]
Right Soft key
Perform the functions indicated by the
text shown in the lower right-hand corner
of the display.
[6]
Call key
Make or answer a call.
[q]
Power/End key
Press and hold to switch the phone on/off.
End or reject a call. Return to standby
mode.
[Y]
Numeric keys
Enter numbers and characters. Press and
hold [S]-[K] for Speed dialling. Press and
hold [L] to enter the international prefix
(+).
[L] to [K]
Asterisk key
Enter “e”. In text entry mode, press to
change the letter case, or press and hold
to change the input method.
[e]
Silent Mode
key
Enter “r”. Press and hold to switch the
Silent mode on/off. While entering a
phone number, press and hold to enter a
pause (p).
[r]
Side-up key*2
Scroll page up. Increase volume or zoom
level. Perform Alert mute.
[O]
Side-down
key*2
Scroll page down. Decrease volume or
zoom level. Perform Alert mute.
[P]
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About Your Phone
Key name
Multi Function
key*2
Key icon*1
Function
Take a picture or record a video clip in
Camera mode. Perform Alert mute.
[U]
*1 The key icons given in the table represent the actual keys on the phone.
*2 Located on the right side of the phone.
Quick keys
You can easily access features instead of navigating through the
menus.
Key
Function
In standby mode
Short press
[0]
Open Main menu/Keyguard off
[5]
Open Messages menu
[6]
Open Browser
[1]9[2]9[3]9[4]
[q]
[O]9[P]
Long press
Open the shortcut menu
Open Call log
Increase/decrease the volume
[0]
Keyguard on
[A]
Dial your voice mailbox
[S]-[K]
Speed dial
[r]
Silent mode on/off
[U]
Switch to Picture mode
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About Your Phone
Key
Function
During a call
Short press
[1]9[4]9[O]
Increase the volume
[2]9[3]9[P]
Decrease the volume
[U]
Start/stop sound recording
[q]
Switch between hold and unhold on
one call or switch between one active
and one held call
In Menu list
[A]-[K]
Short press
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Select Menu A-K
[e]
Select Menu e
[L]
Select Menu L
[r]
Select Menu r
About Your Phone
Display
Standby display
Signal strength icon
Time
Date
Battery charge
level icon
Wallpaper
Left Soft key
selection area
Right Soft key
selection area
Note: The current operator name is shown on standby display. You can
change the position of the operator name. See “Operator name” on
page 101.
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About Your Phone
Status icons
The status icons are displayed or animated according to the
currently activated functions.
Icon
Meaning
Signal strength; the more bars visible, the stronger the
signal
In roaming area
Battery charge level
Battery is charging
GPRS is available
Silent profile is active
Meeting profile is active
Outdoor profile is active
Car profile is active
SMS message storage area is full
MMS message storage area is full
JavaTM application is suspended
Unread SMS message
Unread MMS message
Unread WAP Push message
Call diverts is on
Infrared is active
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About Your Phone
Icon
Meaning
USB connection is available
New voicemail received
All tones are off
Vibration alert is on
Alarm is set
Non-secure CSD connection
Secure CSD connection
Non-secure GPRS connection
Secure GPRS connection
Keyguard is on
DRM
Your phone has DRM (Digital Right Management) that is used to
control actions such as sending downloaded ringtones, graphics and
sound clips to other people. Files downloaded and indicated by the
icon ( ) can be used with restriction enforced by suppliers. The
restriction includes use of such files for a limited period of time only
or specified number of times.
To check the status of your rights, e.g. expiration date or number of
the time it can be used, see Details setting on page 131, 135 and
142. For further information, contact your service provider.
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About Your Phone
Indicator/Illumination Light
The Indicator/Illumination Light flashes or beams when the events in
the table below occur.
To specify the illumination colours for the events, see “Illuminations”
on page 96.
Events
When you are receiving a call/
missed calls
When you receive an SMS/MMS
message
When you receive a WAP Push
message
When you are having a conversation
Description
Flash or beam in the selected
colour.
To set a different illumination colour
for respective contacts, see “Storing
a contact in your phone” on page 48.
Flash or beam in the selected
colour.
When the flip is closed
When the battery is charging
When data is being transferred
Schedule notification
Alarm
Flash in the specified colour.
Beam in the specified colour. See
“Creating Calendar events” on
page 125 or “Setting the alarm” on
page 119.
Note: If the Indicator/Illumination Light is set to on for battery charging and
the phone is switched on, the Indicator/Illumination Light illuminates during
charging. If the phone is switched off, the Indicator/Illumination Light will not
illuminate.
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Getting Started
Installing the SIM card and the
battery
The SIM (Subscriber Identity Module) card and the battery must be
installed before using your phone.
Before handling the SIM card and the battery, ensure that the phone
is switched off and the charger is disconnected from the phone.
Inserting/removing the SIM card
See “Inserting/removing the battery” on page 24 to remove the
battery cover and the battery.
Inserting the SIM card
Position the SIM card as shown, with
gold contacts facing down and the
notched corner turned to the right.
Carefully slide the SIM card into the
SIM card pocket until fully inserted.
Removing the SIM card
Place a finger on the bottom edge of
the SIM card and gently slide it out.
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Getting Started
Inserting/removing the battery
Inserting the battery
1. Insert the small tabs at the top of the
battery into the notch at the top of the
battery compartment. Ensure the 3 gold
contacts align with the 3 gold pins in the
phone.
2. Replace the cover on the phone. Make
sure the cover clicks into place.
Removing the battery
1. Place your finger on the small tab at the
top of the cover. Slide the cover slightly
toward the bottom of the phone, then lift
the cover off the phone.
2. Place your finger on the tab at the base
of the battery. Lift the battery off the
compartment.
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Getting Started
Charging the battery
Your phone can be charged either when it is switched on or off. You
can use your phone even while it is charging.
Ensure that the battery is inserted into the phone before charging.
1. Open and hold the connector
cover.
Connect the charger to
Charging Connector, then
connect the charger to the
mains power supply.
2. When charging is complete,
disconnect the charger from
the outlet before removing the
plug from the phone. Then
hold the connector cover and
press and hold the release
buttons on both sides of the
connector’s end and pull
gently to disconnect the
charger from the phone.
After you have removed the Charging Connector, replace the
connector cover over the socket.
Note: DO NOT force the connector as this may damage the phone and/or
the charger.
If the battery has been deeply discharged, it may take several minutes
before the Battery charge level indicator is displayed.
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Getting Started
Battery charge level indicator
While charging
Charging complete
Charging Indicator goes out when charging is completed.
Low battery warning
When the battery power is low, a “Battery low” message is
displayed and a warning tone sounds. The phone automatically
switches off after the tone. Fully recharge the battery. If you receive
the low battery warning during a conversation, charge your phone to
continue with the conversation.
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Getting Started
Opening/closing the phone
You can open your phone by
pressing One Push Auto Open
button.
One Push
Auto Open
button
Flip setting
When Active flip setting is set to On (see page 106), you can
answer a call by opening the phone and end a call by closing the
phone.
When One push SMS setting is set to On (see page 71), new SMS
messages can be displayed by opening the flip.
Switching the phone on/off
1. Press and hold [Y] for several seconds to switch the phone
on
A greeting may be displayed and the phone enters standby mode.
2. Press and hold [Y] for several seconds to switch the phone
off
Note: If your SIM card is PIN protected, your PIN code will be requested.
Enter the PIN code and [0]9[5] (Ok). See “Security” on page 115.
DO NOT switch off the phone while resetting/downloading/deleting a file or
running/terminating a JavaTM application.
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Menu Navigation
Main menu structure
Games
My Media
Games ................... 142
Download*1 ............ 144
Settings .................. 145
Information ............. 145
Pictures ................. 130
Sounds .................. 134
Videos.................... 137
Games ................... 138
Text templates ....... 139
Memory status ....... 140
Camera
Messages
Browser
Picture...................... 75
Video ........................ 81
Create new .............. 58
Inbox........................ 64
Archive .................... 68
Web mail*1............... 69
Chat*1 ...................... 70
Voicemail ................. 70
Messages settings... 71
Memory status ......... 73
PANASONIC BOX ... 85
Tools
Contacts
Settings
Contacts list ............. 46
Add contact.............. 48
Call log .................... 51
Speed Dial list.......... 52
View groups............. 53
Advanced ................ 53
Service numbers*1*2 56
Phone settings ......... 94
Display settings...... 100
Sounds & alerts...... 102
Calls ....................... 104
Connectivity ........... 108
Security .................. 115
SIM tool kit*2 .......... 119
Alarms .................... 119
Sound recorder ...... 121
Calculator ............... 122
Calendar ...........123
*1
*2
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Menu Navigation
Displaying the menu
The menu system allows you to access functions which do not have
their own dedicated buttons on the keypad.
In standby mode:
1. [0]
Main menu appears with 9 menu options. (See
“Main menu structure” on page 28.)
2. [1929394] to scroll to the required
menu 7 [0]9[5] (Select)
To go back to Main menu:
1. [6] (Back) repeatedly until Main menu
screen appears
Shortcut: To jump to and open one of the 9 application items, simply press
the Numeric key corresponding to the required item’s location. The
numbering system is:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
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Menu Navigation
Navigating the applications
Current settings
When you highlight an item in the menu list, the current setting of the
item is displayed in the bar just above the menu list.
<Example>
In the case shown to the right, the current
setting of Warning tone is “Off”.
Menu selection method
There are several ways to select items: by using Navigation key or
Left Soft key, or by entering the required number, e or r given to
the item.
<Example>
To select Warning tone in the display shown above:
• [192] to scroll to Warning tone 7 [0]
• [192] to scroll to Warning tone 7 [5] (Select)
• Press the menu number [G]
Keys corresponding to the menu numbers
•
•
•
•
[A]-[K]: Menu A-K
[e]: Menu e
[L]: Menu L
[r]: Menu r
Note: Direct access keys to the menus with no menu numbers/symbols are
not available.
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Basic Operations
Note: There are several ways to select items from menu lists. See “Menu
selection method” on page 30.
Making calls
To make a call, your phone must be within the range of a network
with adequate signal strength.
Standard dialling
In standby mode:
1. Enter the area code and phone number 7 [q]9[0]
2. When the other party answers, talk into Microphone
3. [Y]9[6] (End) to hang up
The duration of the call is displayed.
Note: To erase a digit: [6] (Clear)
To increase the earpiece volume: [1]9[4]9[O]
To decrease the earpiece volume: [2]9[3]9[P]
If Active flip is set to On (see page 106), you can answer a call by opening
the phone and end a call by closing the phone.
Auto redial
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.
When your call is rejected:
1. “Auto redial?” 7 [5] (Yes) to start Auto redial
2. To stop Auto redial while redialling, [Y]9[6] (Cancel)
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Basic Operations
Contacts dialling
You can make calls using the numbers in Contacts.
d Main menu > Contacts > Contacts list
1. [192] to scroll to the required contact
OR
Enter letters to find a contact beginning
with the specific letters
2. [q]
3. If the card has several phone numbers
stored, [192] to scroll to the required
number 7 [0]9[5] (Call)
Recent call dialling
You can make calls using the numbers in Call log.
In standby mode:
1. [q]
2. [394] to switch to Dialled numbers, Answered calls or
Missed calls screen
3. [192] to scroll to the required number 7 [q]
International dialling
The international prefix (+) and the destination country/region code
should be entered, followed by the area code and phone number.
1. Press and hold [L] until “+” is displayed
2. Enter the country/region code
3. Enter the area code and phone number 7 [q]
Note: Many countries/regions include an initial “0” in the area code. This
should, in most cases, be omitted when dialling international numbers. For
further help, contact your service provider.
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Basic Operations
Emergency call
To make an emergency call, your phone must be within the range of
a network.
When SIM card is inserted:
1. Enter the local emergency number 7 [q]9[0]
Note: Most countries support the international emergency number 112. If
you find the number does not work on your phone, contact your service
provider.
When SIM card is not inserted:
1. [5] (Options) 7 Select SOS
Answering calls
When there is an incoming call, the phone rings and/or vibrates
(depending on your phone setting). (See “Sounds & alerts” on
page 102.)
When the phone is ringing and/or vibrating:
1. [q]9[5] (Accept)
Note: If Any key answer is set to On (see page 105), you can answer a
call by pressing any key except [Y], [0], [6] (Cancel), [U], [O] and [P].
If Active flip is set to On (see page 106), you can answer a call by opening
the phone and end a call by closing the phone.
Rejecting calls
When the phone is ringing and/or vibrating:
1. [Y]9[6] (Cancel)
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Basic Operations
Missed call notification
If you cannot answer a call, Missed call notification appears on the
standby screen.
To view the Missed call list:
1. [0]9[5] (View)
2. To call back, [192] to scroll to the required log 7 [q]
Alert mute
You can turn the ringing tone and/or vibration off before answering a
call.
When the phone is ringing and/or vibrating:
1. When the phone is closed: [U]9[O]9[P]
When the phone is open: [0]
2. [q] to answer the call
Answering a second call
When on an active call, you may receive another call.
To enable this service, Call waiting must be active. (See “Call
waiting” on page 105.)
If you hear an alert tone during a call:
1. [q]9[5] (Accept)
The first call is placed on hold.
2. [q] to switch between the two calls if required
To reject another call:
1. [6] (End)
To end the active call and answer the incoming call:
1. [Y] to end the active call
2. [q] to answer the call
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Basic Operations
Auto answer
When you use the optional Personal Handsfree earpiece, you can
answer a call automatically. To enable this service, Auto answer
must be on. (See “Auto answer” on page 106.)
Silent mode
To use your phone in a quiet situation, you can activate the Silent
mode. You can personalise the Silent mode setting. (See “Profiles”
on page 94.)
In standby mode:
1. Press and hold [r] to activate/deactivate the Silent mode
Voicemail
Voicemail is a network service which allows callers, who could not
reach you, to leave voice messages. You may need to subscribe to
this service through your service provider. For further details, see
“Voicemail” on page 70.
Retrieving stored voice messages
When a new voice message is stored, an alert sounds and (
appears on the display and you receive an SMS notification.
1. Press and hold [A] to call your voice mailbox
)
If the number is not valid, contact your service provider.
2. Follow the recorded instructions
3. [Y] when finished
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Basic Operations
In-call operations
In-call options (while connected to an active
call)
When on a call, the following options are available.
1. [5] (Options) 7 Select the required option
Hold call/Resume
Put or resume a call on hold.
From contacts
Access the Contacts list.
Create SMS
Create a new SMS message.
Inbox (SMS)
Access Inbox (SMS).
Calendar
Access Calendar.
Speaker mode/
Handheld mode
Switch to Speaker or Handheld talking mode.
Record
Record the conversation. The sound clip is saved
to My Media.
Hold
You can put a call on hold.
During a call:
1. [q] to switch between Hold call and Resume
OR
[5] (Options) 7 Select Hold call or Resume
Handsfree talking
You can have a conversation without holding the phone to your ear.
Swapping between Speaker and Handheld mode
1. [5] (Options) 7 Select Speaker mode or Handheld mode
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Basic Operations
Volume control
You can adjust the volume of the phone earpiece, speaker or
headset if attached.
To increase the volume:
1. [1]9[4]9[O]
To decrease the volume:
1. [2]9[3]9[P]
DTMF
DTMF (Dual Tone Multi Frequency) can be sent during a
conversation. These are often used to access voicemail, paging and
computerised home banking. For example, you may need to enter a
number to remotely access voicemail messages. A phone number
may be stored in the Contacts card together with a DTMF sequence,
allowing the number to be dialled upon recall and the DTMF
sequence to be sent automatically.
To send DTMF during a call:
1. Enter digits [L]-[K], [e] or [r]
Pause dial
Using pauses allows you to send DTMF automatically.
1. Enter the phone number
2. Press and hold [r] until a “p” is displayed
3. Enter the DTMF digits after the pause, e.g. enter the number to
access voicemail messages
4. [q]9[0]
When the call is connected, the DTMF sequence is sent after 3 seconds.
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Basic Operations
Making a second call
You can make another call while on a call.
During a call:
1. Enter the second phone number or select a phone number
from the Contacts list
To access Contacts list, see “In-call operations” on page 36.
2. [q]
The first call is put on hold.
3. [q] to switch between the two calls if required
Multiple calls operations
In-call options (while on multiple calls)
When on more than one call, the following options are available.
1. [5] (Options) 7 Select the required option
Swap
Switch between one active and one held call.
Merge
Enable multi-party conversation when two calls
are connected (one active, one on hold). See
“Conference” on page 39.
From contacts
Access the Contacts list.
Create SMS
Create a new SMS message.
Inbox (SMS)
Access Inbox (SMS).
Calendar
Access Calendar.
Speaker mode/
Handheld mode
Switch to Speaker or Handheld talking mode.
Record
Record the conversation. The sound clip is saved
to My Media.
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Basic Operations
Conference
You can have a conversation with up to 5 different parties at the
same time.
During a call (one active call and one call on hold):
1. [5] (Options) 7 Select Merge
The 2 calls are joined into a Conference call.
To add new participants:
2. Call the next person or answer an incoming call
3. [5] (Options) 7 Select Merge
To end the Conference call:
4. [Y]
To split the caller from the Conference call and talk privately:
During a Conference call:
1. [5] (Options) 7 Select Conference call
2. [192] to scroll to the required caller you wish to talk to
3. [5] (Options) 7 Select Split
The remaining callers can continue with the Conference call.
4. To end the private call and rejoin the Conference call, [5]
(Options) 7 Select Merge
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Basic Operations
Text entry
Input method
Your phone provides three text input methods to enter characters.
T9®
A predictive text entry system. You can enter a
word with fewer key presses.
Multi-tap
A traditional way to type in a letter. Press a key
several times until the required letter appears.
Numeric
You can enter numbers (0-9), e, r and +.
An icon on the upper left of the screen shows the current input
method and letter case.
Input method
T9®
Multi-tap
Numeric
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Icon
Letter case
T9y
Automatic
T9u
Upper case
T9
Lower case
Abc
Automatic
ABC
Upper case
abc
Lower case
123
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Basic Operations
Changing the input method
Press and hold [e] to cycle through the input methods as follows.
T9 (T9y) 7 Multi-tap (Abc) 7 Numeric (123)
Changing the letter case
Press [e] repeatedly until the icon for the required letter case mode
appears.
Auto capital change
When the letter case is set to Automatic (T9y and Abc), the first
character is entered as upper case and subsequent letters as lower
case.
When one of the following characters [. (Period) ! ? ] is entered, the
next character is entered as upper case.
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Basic Operations
T9® text input method
The T9® text input method enables you to enter text faster and
easier. You only need to press a key once for any letter you require
on that key. The program searches its built-in dictionary to predict
the word that most closely matches your key presses.
1. In text entry screen, press a key once for any letter you require
on that key
2. Continue pressing other keys until the end of a word is reached
3. Select the required word
OR
If the required word is not in the dictionary, “?” is displayed after
the word.
[5] (Spell) 7 Enter the correct word 7 [0]9[5] (Add)
The word is added to the internal dictionary automatically.
For example, to enter “Hello!”, press keys as follows.
Key
Display
[F]
[D]
[G]
[G]
[H]
[A]
[2] x 4
I
He
Gel
Hell
Hello
Hello.
Hello!
My dictionary
Words that you enter in My dictionary are added to the internal
dictionary so that they are suggested next time.
To add words to My dictionary:
1. In text entry screen, [5] (Options) 7 Select My dictionary
2. Enter a word 7 [0]9[5] (Add)
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Basic Operations
Editing text
Inserting/deleting text
Move the cursor by pressing [1929394] to the position you want
to insert or delete a letter. Press [6] (Clear) to delete a character.
Press and hold [6] (Clear) to delete all the characters.
Copying/cutting/pasting text
1. [5] (Options) 7 Select Copy or Cut
2. [1929394] to move to the text you wish to copy or cut
3. [0]9[5] (Start) 7 [1929394] to highlight the text 7
[0]9[5] (Stop)
4. [1929394] to move to a new required location
5. [5] (Options) 7 Select Paste
Options
When entering text, the following options may be available by
pressing [5] (Options).
Use contacts*1
Access Contacts menu to use Contacts data.
Copy/Cut/Paste
See “Copying/cutting/pasting text” on page 43.
Add symbol
Show the Symbol list from which you can select
any symbol available on your phone.
Input method
Select the input method.
T9 on/off*1
Turn On or Off the predictive dictionary.
Input language*1
Select a language you wish to write in.
My dictionary
Add words to the internal dictionary.
Exit
Exit the text edit mode.
*1 Depends on each application.
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Basic Operations
The following table shows characters available on your phone.
The characters vary depending on the Input language setting (see
page 43).
Input method (Input language: English)
Key
®
T9 (T9y, T9u or T9)
Multi-tap (Abc, ABC or abc)
Numeric
(123)
0
[L]
Space
(Press and
hold) +
[A]
.,-?!’@:;/1
.,?1!"-:;@/e()#+_=[
]{}'¡¿&%\^~|<>f¢£$
¥ ¤ § ` (Space) * (Linefeed)
1
[S]
A B C 2 (a b c 2)
ABC2ΓÁÄÅÂÃÆÇ
(a b c 2 α β γ á ä å æ à â ã)
2
[D]
D E F 3 (d e f 3)
DEF3∆ÉÊ
(d e f 3 δ ε ζ é è ê)
3
[F]
G H I 4 (g h i 4)
G H I 4 Θ Í (g h i 4 η θ ι ì í)
4
[G]
J K L 5 (j k l 5)
J K L 5 Λ (j k l 5 κ λ µ)
5
[H]
M N O 6 (m n o 6)
MNO6ΞÑÓgÖØÔÕ
(m n o 6 ν ξ ó h ñ ö ø ò ô õ)
6
[I]
P Q R S 7 (p q r s 7)
PQRS7ΠΣ
(p q r s 7 π ρ l σ ß)
7
[J]
T U V 8 (t u v 8)
TUV8ΦÚjÜ
(t u v 8 τ υ φ ú k ü ù)
8
[K]
W X Y Z 9 (w x y z 9)
[e]
[r]
W X Y Z 9 Ψ Ω (w x y z 9 χ ψ ω)
Letter case change
9
e
(Press and hold) Input method change
.,?!"-:;@/e()#+_=[]{}'¡¿&%\^~|<>f
¢ £ $ ¥ ¤ § ` (Space) * (Linefeed)
r
(Press and hold) Linefeed
Shortcut: To enter numbers while in T9 or Multi-tap method, press and
hold the required numeric key [L]-[K].
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Contacts
Contacts menu structure
Contacts list ..................... 46
Add contact ...................... 48
Phone..................................... 48
SIM......................................... 50
Call log.............................. 51
Dialled numbers ..................... 51
Answered calls ....................... 51
Missed calls............................ 51
Speed Dial list .................. 52
Advanced ..........................53
Synchronisation ...................... 53
My number.............................. 54
Display by ............................... 55
Memory status ........................ 55
Copy all from SIM ................... 55
Copy all to SIM ....................... 55
Delete all................................. 56
Service numbers*1 ...........56
*1
View groups ..................... 53
Note: There are several ways to select items from menu lists. See “Menu
selection method” on page 30.
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Contacts
Viewing the Contacts list
You can search for a phone number in the Contacts list. All the
numbers stored in the phone and SIM card are displayed.
Searching for a contact
d Main menu > Contacts > Contacts list
1. [192] to scroll to the required contact
OR
Enter letters to find a contact beginning
with the specific letters
2. To view the Contacts card, [0]
Options
In the Contacts list, the following options are available by pressing
[5] (Options).
View
View the selected Contacts card.
Call
Call the selected contact.
Create message
Create an SMS or MMS, and send it to the
selected contact. See “Creating a new message”
on page 58.
Edit
Edit the selected contact. See “Editing a Contacts
card” on page 50.
Search
Search a contact by entering characters.
Add contact
Add a new contact. See “Adding contacts” on
page 48.
Delete
Delete the selected contact.
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Contacts
Speed dial
Assign the selected contact to a Speed dial. See
“Assigning speed dial keys” on page 52.
Copy to phone/SIM
Copy the selected contact to the phone or the SIM
card.
Send via infrared
Send the selected contact to another device via
infrared. See “Infrared” on page 108.
Making a call from Contacts
d Main menu > Contacts > Contacts list
1. [192] to scroll to the required contact
OR
Enter letters to find a contact beginning with the specific letters
2. [q]
3. If the card has several phone numbers stored, [192] to scroll
to the required number 7 [0]9[5] (Call)
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Contacts
Adding contacts
Storing a contact in your phone
In the phone, you can store detailed information for each contact.
The entries are retained even if you damage your SIM card.
d Main menu > Contacts > Add contact > Phone
1. [192] to scroll to the required field 7 [0]
2. Enter information 7 [0]
To enter characters, see “Text entry” on page 40.
3. When entries are completed, [5] (Save)
First name*1
Enter the first name.
name*1
Enter the last name.
Last
Mobile
number*1
Home number*1
Enter the phone numbers.
Work number*1
Mobile email*1
Personal
email*1
Enter the e-mail addresses.
Work email*1
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Birthday
Enter the contact’s birthday.
Postal address
Enter Additional info, No./street, Postal
code, City, State and Country.
Note
Enter notes.
Contacts
Ringtone
Select the required ringtone from
<Default> or My Media. To download a
ringtone, select Download*2.
Message alert
Select the required Message alert from
<Default> or My Media. To download a
Message alert, select Download*2.
Illuminations
Select <Default> or the required
illumination colour.
Picture
Select the required picture.
Group
Select the required group.
*1 The contact entry can be saved when at least one of the items is filled.
*2
Note: If a picture in My Media is attached to a Contacts card, it appears on
the screen when the contact calls you. When the picture is set to be attached
to a Contacts card, the phone saves the picture resized for the Contacts card
if the picture is larger than the display size.
For downloading information, visit http://box.panasonic.com/
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Contacts
Storing a contact in your SIM card
You can store some information for each contact in your SIM card.
d Main menu > Contacts > Add contact > SIM
1. [192] to scroll to the required field 7 [0]
2. Enter information 7 [0]
Name
Enter the name.
Tel number
Enter the phone number.
3. [5] (Save)
Note: The length of name and number, and the total amount of data are
SIM dependent.
Storing a contact from Call log
See “Saving a phone number from Call log” on page 51.
Editing a Contacts card
d Main menu > Contacts > Contacts list
1. Highlight the required Contacts card (See “Searching for a
contact” on page 46.)
2. [5] (Options) 7 Select Edit
3. Edit the required entry 7 [5] (Save)
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Contacts
Call log
Recently dialled phone numbers, answered calls and missed calls
are stored in Call log. The numbers in the Call log list can be used to
call, send a message or add to Contacts.
Viewing/Dialling from Call log
d Main menu > Contacts > Call log
1. [394] to move to Dialled numbers, Answered calls or
Missed calls
2. [192] to scroll to the required log 7 [0]
3. [0] to call
Shortcut: You can directly view the Dialled numbers list by pressing [q]
in standby mode.
Saving a phone number from Call log
d Main menu > Contacts > Call log
1. [394] to move to Dialled numbers, Answered calls or
Missed calls
2. [192] to scroll to the required phone number
3. [5] (Options) 7 Select Add to contacts
4. Select New or Add
5. If New is selected: Enter other information
If Add is selected: Highlight the required contact 7 [5]
(Select) 7 If there is no empty field, “Would you like to
replace?” 7 [0]9[5] (Yes) 7 Select the number you want to
replace in Phone Contacts
6. [5] (Save)
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Contacts
Options
In each Call log list, the following options are available by pressing
[5] (Options).
Call
Call the selected number.
Create message
Create an SMS or MMS message to the selected
number.
Add to contacts
Store the selected number to Contacts. See
“Saving a phone number from Call log” on
page 51.
Delete
Delete the selected number.
Delete all
Delete all the logs in the list.
Speed dial
You can quickly dial phone numbers by pressing keys 2-9.
Assigning speed dial keys
d Main menu > Contacts > Speed Dial list
1. [192] to scroll to the required key 7 [0]
2. Enter phone number 7 [0]
To assign a speed dial key to a contact:
d Main menu > Contacts > Speed Dial list
1. [192] to scroll to the required key 7 [5] (LookUp)
2. Highlight the required contact 7 [5] (Select)
3. If the card has several phone numbers stored, [192] to scroll
to the required number 7 [0]9[5] (Select)
Using the speed dial keys
In standby mode:
1. Press and hold a speed dial key ([S]-[K]) 7 [5] (Call)
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Contacts
Groups
You can categorise the Contacts list stored in your phone into
20 groups.
Viewing group members
d Main menu > Contacts > View groups
1. Select the required group
The contacts in the selected group are displayed.
Renaming a group
d Main menu > Contacts > View groups
1. [192] to scroll to the required group 7 [5] (Rename)
2. Enter a new group name 7 [0]
Advanced
Synchronisation
You can synchronise your Contacts list with your network server. You
can just send changes or send all your records to the network
server. For further details, see “Synchronisation” on page 110.
To send only changes to the network server:
d Main menu > Contacts > Advanced > Synchronisation >
Modified contacts
The phone confirms completion.
To send all your records to the network server:
d Main menu > Contacts > Advanced > Synchronisation > All
contacts
The phone confirms completion.
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Contacts
My number
You can store your own numbers in the phone and SIM card.
Storing numbers in Mobile profile
d Main menu > Contacts > Advanced > My number > Mobile
profile
1. [0]9[5] (Create)
2. Repeat steps 1-3 in “Storing a contact in your phone” on
page 48
Storing numbers in SIM profile
d Main menu > Contacts > Advanced > My number > SIM
profile
1. When the profile is empty: [0]9[5] (Create)
When the profile has the stored number(s): [5] (Options) 7
Select Create
2. Repeat steps 1-3 in “Storing a contact in your SIM card” on
page 50
Options
When viewing My number, the following options are available by
pressing [5] (Options).
Edit
Create*
Edit the profile.
1
Create a new profile.
Delete
Delete the profile.
Send via infrared
Send the profile via infrared.
*1 Available only for SIM profile.
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Contacts
Displaying the Contacts list sorted by last
name/first name
You can choose to sort the Contacts list by contact’s last name or
first name.
d Main menu > Contacts > Advanced > Display by
1. Select First name or Last name
Memory status
You can see the amount of memory available in the Contacts list.
d Main menu > Contacts > Advanced > Memory status
Note: The amount of memory for SIM storage depends on your SIM card.
To decrease the amount of phone memory used, delete unwanted data or
store data on your PC (see “USB” on page 114).
Copying contacts
You can copy all the contacts from SIM card to phone, or from phone
to SIM card.
Copying all the contacts from SIM card to phone
d Main menu > Contacts > Advanced > Copy all from SIM
1. “Copy?” 7 [0]9[5] (Yes)
Copying all the contacts from phone to SIM card
d Main menu > Contacts > Advanced > Copy all to SIM
1. “Only Name and Number fields can be copied. Continue?”
7 [0]9[5] (Yes)
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Contacts
Deleting Phone Contacts
You can delete all the contacts stored in your phone.
d Main menu > Contacts > Advanced > Delete all
1. “Delete all contacts in phone?” 7 [5] (Yes)
2. “Are you Sure?” 7 [5] (Yes)
Service numbers
If your SIM card includes SDN (Service Dialling Number), you can
call a service number by selecting from the list.
SDN enables you to access special services provided by your
network operator, such as customer support, emergency services,
etc.
d Main menu > Contacts > Service numbers
1. [192] to scroll to the required item 7 [0]9[5] (Call)
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Messages
Messages menu structure
Create new........................ 58
Voicemail...........................70
SMS message........................ 59
MMS message ....................... 62
Call Voicemail ......................... 70
Set mailbox number................ 70
Inbox ................................. 64
Messages settings ...........71
SMS ....................................... 65
MMS ....................................... 66
SMS........................................ 71
MMS ....................................... 72
Archive.............................. 68
Memory status ..................73
SMS ....................................... 68
MMS ....................................... 68
SMS........................................ 73
MMS ....................................... 73
Web mail*1 ........................ 69
Chat*1 ................................ 70
*1
Note: There are several ways to select items from menu lists. See “Menu
selection method” on page 30.
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Messages
Creating a new message
Messaging types
SMS
Short Message Service allows you to send and receive
short text messages on any network that has roaming
agreement. (Dependent on the recipient’s phone
parameters.) With the Illumination feature, you can
express special feelings in a message.
MMS
Multimedia Messaging Service allows you to send
messages containing text, pictures, sound and video
clips from your phone to other MMS-enabled phones or
e-mail addresses. The recipient can play it as a slide
show.
Note: The message centre number for SMS should be preprogrammed on
the SIM card. Changing this number (see Message centre setting on
page 71) may cause failure of a text message.
Your phone may have already been set with an MMS profile when
purchased. To change the settings of the profile, see Advanced setting on
page 72.
Sending or editing of a forward locked picture/sound clip/video clip indicated
by the icon (
) is restricted.
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Messages
Creating an SMS message
d Main menu > Messages > Create new > SMS message
1. Create text message 7 [0]
See “Text entry” on page 40 for entering text.
2. To enter recipient’s phone number directly: Enter number
To select recipient’s phone number from Contacts: [0] 7
Highlight the required contact 7 [5] (Select) 7 If the card has
several phone numbers stored, [192] to scroll to the required
number 7 [0]9[5] (Select)
3. [0] to send the message
Creating an Illumination message with emoticons
With the Illumination feature, you can express special feelings in a
message. The Indicator/Illumination Light responds to the
pictographs in an Illumination message and light in combinations of
colours and light patterns when you receive and view an Illumination
message.
d Main menu > Messages > Create new > SMS message
1. Create text message
2. [5] (Options) 7 Select Templates
3. Select Illumination templates
4. Select the required emoticon
See “Emoticon list” on page 60.
To preview the Illumination of the messages you create:
[5] (Options) 7 Select Preview illumination
Note: Only recipients who have an Illumination message capable phone
can view messages with Illumination.
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Messages
Emoticon list
Emoticon
Indicator
Colour
:-)
:-D
>:-<
Light
Pattern
A
Colour 3
:-||
Emoticon
\^o^/
(^_^)
\(>o<)/
B
:'(
Colour 6
Colour 1
Colour 5
:-[
:->
8-)
Colour 2
=:-)
:-0
I-(
;-)
•
•
•
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(o^-^o)
C
( ~o~ )
B
B
(;_;)
(T_T)
(-_-;
A
(^w^)
^&^
A
A
B
A
Colour 5
B
C
Colour 2
(@[email protected])
( e oe )
Colour 7
Colour 1
(?_?)
(>_<)
C
Colour 6
e
B
B
Colour 8
e
C
Colour 4
:()
:-I
A
A
:-/
:-S
Colour 3
^3^
:-P
:-(
Light
Pattern
A
(>-<#)
:e
0:-)
Indicator
Colour
A
B
Colour 4
p(^-^)p
A
(-_-)
C
(_ _)Zzz
(^_~)"
Colour 7
Colour 8
Pattern A: [Firefly] flickers slowly for about 4 seconds.
Pattern B: [Flash] flickers fast for about 3 seconds.
Pattern C: [Beam] lights for about 3 seconds.
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Messages
Options
When creating a text message, the following options are available by
pressing [5] (Options).
Send
Send the text as an SMS message.
Send to many
Send the text to more than one recipients.
Preview illumination
Preview illumination message.
Templates
Select Illumination templates to create an
illumination message or User templates to use
the stored text templates.
Count message
The long message may be divided into several
messages. You can check the concatenated
message number.
Save
Save the message in Unsent folder.
Use contacts
Access Contacts menu to use Contacts data.
Copy/Cut/Paste
Copy, cut or paste the text.
Add symbol
Show the Symbol list from which you can select
any symbol available on your phone.
Input method
Select the input method.
T9 on/off
Turn On or Off the predictive dictionary.
Input language
Select a language you wish to write in.
My dictionary
Add words to the internal dictionary.
Exit
Exit the text edit mode.
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Creating an MMS message
d Main menu > Messages > Create new > MMS message
1. Select Add picture, Add text, Add sound or Add video
2. If Add text is selected: Create text message 7 [0]
See “Text entry” on page 40 for entering text.
If Add picture/Add sound/Add video is selected: Select the
required item stored to My Media 7 [5] (Select)
You can also download new files, take new pictures, record new sound
or video clips for the MMS message.
3. To add more than one picture, text, sound or video clip, [192]
to scroll to Slides 7 [0] 7 [0]9[5] (Yes)
4. Repeat steps 1-3 if required
To send the message:
5. [5] (Options) 7 Select Send
6. [192] to scroll to Add subject 7 [0]
7. Enter subject 7 [0]
8. [192] to scroll to Add recipient 7 [0]
9. Select From contacts, Enter number or Enter email address
10. If From contacts is selected: Highlight the required contact 7
[5] (Select) 7 If the card has several numbers stored, [192]
to scroll to the required number 7 [0]9[5] (Select)
If Enter number/Enter email address is selected: Enter
number/email address 7 [0]
11. [192] to scroll to Send 7 [0]
Note: When you select Add video and record a new video clip in step 2,
the recording time is fixed to For MMS sending.
You cannot attach a video clip together with a picture file or sound clip to one
slide.
For downloading information, visit http://box.panasonic.com/
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Slide options
When Slides is highlighted, the following options are available by
pressing [5] (Options).
Add new
Add a new slide.
Send
Send the MMS message after entering subject
and recipient number or address.
Slide duration
Specify duration of the slide.
Remove slide
Remove the slide from the MMS message.
Preview slide
Preview the MMS message as a slide.
Receiving messages
Receiving SMS messages
When you receive a new SMS message, the message icon ( ) is
displayed along with a tone, illumination, and/or vibration. The SMS
notification also appears on the standby screen.
Reading SMS messages
When an SMS notification is displayed on the standby screen:
1. [0]9[5] (View)
If there is more than one notification, [192] to scroll to New SMS before
step 1.
If there is one SMS message, the message is automatically displayed.
2. If there is more than one SMS message, [192] to scroll to the
required message header in SMS Inbox 7 [0]
3. When the message is displayed, [0] to show the message
details (sender’s number, date, message centre’s number) if
required
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Receiving MMS messages
When you receive a new MMS message, the message icon ( ) is
displayed along with a tone, illumination, and/or vibration. The
received MMS messages are stored in Inbox.
Reading MMS messages
To read the received MMS messages, see “Inbox” on page 64.
Note: If you do not want to receive MMS messages automatically, select
Never in Auto download setting (see page 72). In this case, you will receive
a message notification first, and then you will need to receive messages
manually.
Inbox
Inbox stores received SMS and MMS messages.
d Main menu > Messages > Inbox
Numbers in brackets show the number of
unread messages and the total number of
messages in each inbox.
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SMS Inbox
SMS message icons
Unread message
Read message
Reading SMS messages
d Main menu > Messages > Inbox > SMS
1. [192] to scroll to the required message header 7 [0]
2. [0] to show the message details (sender’s number, date,
message centre’s number) if required
Options
When viewing the list of messages or the selected message, the
following options are available by pressing [5] (Options).
Reply
Create reply message in SMS or MMS.
Forward
Forward the selected message.
Call
Call the sender’s number.
Add to contacts
Store the sender’s number to Contacts.
Use detail*1
Use phone number, e-mail or web address in the
selected message to call, create message, add to
Contacts, etc.
Delete
Delete the selected message.
2
Delete all*
View
illumination*1
Delete all the SMS messages.
Check the illumination of the message.
*1 Available only when viewing the selected message.
*2 Available only when viewing the list of messages.
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MMS Inbox
MMS message icons
Unread message
MMS notification
Read message
Reading MMS messages
d Main menu > Messages > Inbox > MMS
1. [192] to scroll to the required message header 7 [0]
Options in the message list
When viewing the list of messages, the following options are
available by pressing [5] (Options).
Reply
Create reply message by SMS or MMS.
Reply to all
Create reply message to all recipients.
Forward
Forward the selected message.
Call
Call the sender’s number.
Add to contacts
Store the sender’s number or e-mail address to
Contacts.
Delete
Delete the selected message.
Delete all
Delete all the MMS messages and notifications.
Protect/Unprotect
Protect or unprotect the selected message.
Details
Show details for the selected message.
Note: Sending or editing of a forward locked file indicated by the icon (
is restricted.
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Options while viewing messages
When viewing the message, the following options are available by
pressing [5] (Options).
Reply
Create a reply message by SMS or MMS.
Reply to all
Create a reply message to all the recipients.
Play again
Play the selected message.
Message font size*1
Select the required font size.
Save picture
Save the attached picture to My Media.
Save sound
Save the attached sound clip to My Media.
Save video
Save the attached video clip to My Media.
Use detail
Use the phone number, e-mail or web address in
the selected message to call, create message,
add to Contacts, etc.
Attached files
Show the attached files.
*1
Options for notification
When the notification is highlighted, the following options are
available by pressing [5] (Options).
Receive
Receive new messages.
Forward
Forward the message.
Reject
Delete the notification from the message list and
the message from the server.
Call
Call the sender’s number.
Delete all
Delete all the MMS messages and notifications.
Protect/Unprotect
Protect or unprotect the message.
Details
Show details for the selected message.
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Archive
Archive stores SMS and MMS messages that are sent or waiting to
be sent.
SMS
MMS
Sent
Store sent SMS messages.
Unsent
Store undelivered and unfinished SMS
messages.
Sent
Store sent MMS messages.
Outbox
Store undelivered MMS messages.
Drafts
Store unfinished MMS messages.
Viewing messages
d Main menu > Messages > Archive > SMS or MMS
1. Select the required folder
2. [192] to scroll to the required message 7 [0]
Options for SMS
In Sent and Unsent folders, the following options are available by
pressing [5] (Options).
Send
Send the selected message.
Call
Call the sender’s number.
Use detail*1
Use phone number, e-mail or web address in the
selected message to call, create message, add to
Contacts, etc.
Delete
Delete the selected message.
Delete all*2
Delete all the SMS messages in the folder.
View illumination*1
Check the illumination of the message.
*1 Available only when viewing the selected message.
*2 Available only when viewing the list of messages.
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Options for MMS
In Sent, Outbox and Drafts folders, the following options are
available by pressing [5] (Options).
Edit
Edit the selected message.
1
Forward*
Send*
2
Forward the selected message.
Send the selected message.
Delete
Delete the selected message.
Delete all
Delete all the messages in the folder.
Protect/Unprotect
Protect or unprotect the selected message.
Details
Show details for the selected message.
*1 Available only in Sent folder.
*2 Available only in Outbox and Drafts folder.
Web mail
Web mail is an innovative service that lets you stay up-to-date with
all of your messages. You need to subscribe to this service. For
further information, contact your service provider.
Connecting to internet mail
d Main menu > Messages > Web mail
Your phone is connected to the Internet via a WAP connection to
retrieve e-mail messages.
1. Follow the screen contents
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Messages
Chat
Chat lets you enjoy the fun of instant messaging wherever you are.
It’s the fun way to chat on-line. For further information, contact your
service provider.
d Main menu > Messages > Chat
1. Follow the screen contents
Voicemail
Voicemail is a network service which allows callers, who could not
reach you, to leave voice messages. You may need to subscribe to
this service. For further information, contact your service provider.
Retrieving stored voice messages
When a new voice message is stored, an alert sounds and ( )
appears on the display, and you receive an SMS notification.
When an SMS notification is displayed on standby screen:
1. [0]9[5] (Call)
2. Follow the recorded instructions
OR
d Main menu > Messages > Voicemail > Call Voicemail
1. Follow the recorded instructions
Shortcut: You can also press and hold [A] in standby mode to call your
voice mailbox.
Changing the voice mailbox number
d Main menu > Messages > Voicemail > Set mailbox number
1. Enter new voice mailbox number 7 [0]9[5] (Ok)
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Messages settings
SMS settings
d Main menu > Messages > Messages settings > SMS
1. Select the required setting
Message lights
Decide whether or not you want the Indicator/
Illumination Light to illuminate when receiving an
illumination message.
Message lights view
Decide whether or not you want the Indicator/
Illumination Light to illuminate when viewing an
illumination message.
Message centre
Edit the message centre number.
Message type
Select the required message type.
Validity period
Set a time period for the message centre to
attempt message delivery. Select 1 hour, 12
hours, 1 day, 1 week, 1 month, 3 months or
Maximum.
Delivery report
Select On to receive delivery reports.
Store sent SMS
Select On to store sent messages to the Sent
folder.
Message font size*1
Select the required font size.
Bearer type
Select the data bearer type.
One push SMS
Select On to display new SMS messages by
opening the flip.
*1
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MMS settings
d Main menu > Messages > Messages settings > MMS
1. Select the required setting
Reports
Select Request read (check if the other party has
read the message), Send read (inform the other
party that you have read the message when
asked), Request delivery (check if the other party
has received the message) or Send delivery
(inform the other party that you have received the
message when asked).
Priority
Select Low, Normal or High for the message
priority level.
Validity period
Set a time period for the message centre to
attempt message delivery. Select 1 day, 7 days or
Maximum.
Auto download
Select Always on (messages are retrieved
automatically after receiving message
notifications), On when home (messages are
retrieved automatically in your service area) or
Never (messages are retrieved manually).
Player mode
Select Auto (display MMS slides, or playback
video/sound clips automatically) or Manual
(display MMS slides, or playback video/sound
clips manually).
Message font size*1
Select the required font size.
Advanced
If required, edit the information on Message
server, WAP profiles, Fetch on server*1 and
Anonymous reject*1. Select Information to view
MMS software information.
*1
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Memory status
You can see the amount of memory available for storing messages.
d Main menu > Messages > Memory status > SMS or MMS
Note: To decrease the amount of phone memory used, delete unwanted
data or store data on your PC (see “USB” on page 114).
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Camera
Camera menu structure
Picture............................... 75
Video ................................. 81
Note: There are several ways to select items from menu lists. See “Menu
selection method” on page 30.
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Camera
Picture
You can take a picture with the built-in camera, and send them via
MMS or infrared, or use them as wallpaper. You can also attach a
picture to a contact stored in your phone.
Picture preview screen
Icons on picture preview screen
-
Zoom level (1-25)
Picture size (Extra large/Large/Medium/
Small/Main display)
Image quality (Super fine/Fine/Normal)
Multi shot mode
Self timer (5 or 10 seconds delay)
Night mode
-
Brightness level (-2, -1,
0, +1, +2)
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Taking a picture
d Main menu > Camera > Picture
1. The display acts as a viewfinder. Move the phone around to
frame your subject
2. [0]9[U] to capture the image
Operations after taking a picture
To save the image to My Media: [5] (Save)
To return to the preview screen without storing the image: [6]
(Delete)
To send the captured image via MMS: [0] 7 See “Creating an MMS
message” on page 62
Taking a self-portrait
You can take your self-portrait using Self-portrait Mirror.
d Main menu > Camera > Picture
1. Close the flip. Look at yourself in Self-portrait Mirror
2. [U] on the side of the phone
3. Open the flip. The image appears on the display. For further
operation, see “Operations after taking a picture” on page 76
Shortcut: To directly open the picture preview screen, press and hold [U]
in standby mode.
Caution: To avoid impairing camera performance, DO NOT leave the
phone with the camera facing direct sunlight.
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Camera
Note: To send a picture via infrared or use as wallpaper, save the image
once, and then go to My Media. (See “Pictures” on page 130.)
If the camera is left in certain conditions including the preview screen and
capture screen for 3 minutes, the phone automatically exits Picture mode. If
left in the preview screen, but with the options menu displayed, the phone
remains in this state.
If certain situations such as receiving calls occur during camera operation,
the phone exits Camera mode. If a captured image is on the screen, it is
saved to My Media.
Zoom
[1]9[O] to zoom in one level
[2]9[P] to zoom out one level
You can also press and hold the keys to quickly reach the required
zoom level.
Note: Zoom function may not be available when the picture size is set to
Extra large 1280x1024.
Adjusting the brightness level
The picture brightness indicator shows the current brightness level.
[4] to increase the brightness level
[3] to decrease the brightness level
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Taking close-up pictures
You can take sharp pictures from a close distance by using Macro
Mode. (Macro focus range: 10 cm)
Turn the Macro Mode switch anticlockwise to ( ) before taking
close-up pictures.
Viewing pictures
Pictures taken with the built-in camera are saved to My Media. To
view the saved pictures, see “Viewing pictures” on page 130.
Picture settings
In the preview screen, the following options are available by
pressing [5] (Options).
Picture size
Select the required size from Extra large
1280x1024, Large 640x480, Medium 320x240,
Small 160x120 or Main display 240x320.
Image quality
Select the required quality from Super fine, Fine
or Normal.
Night mode
Select On to take a picture in low light conditions.
Multi shot mode
15 continuous shots is available. See “Continuous
shooting” on page 80.
Effect
Select the required colour from Normal, Sepia,
Monochrome or Negative.
Self timer
Select the amount of time delay you require for
shooting from Off, 5 seconds or 10 seconds.
Shutter sound
Select the required sound from Pattern 1-5.
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Switch to video
Switch from Picture mode to Video mode.
Available space
Show the number of files which can be saved in
the current picture size and image quality. You
can see the number of files which can be saved in
other image qualities by pressing [5] (Quality),
and in other picture sizes by pressing [192].
Set to default
Reset the current picture settings to default.
Help
Show direct key operation in the preview screen.
Direct key operation
You can change the picture settings by pressing one of the numeric
keys which correspond to the functions as follows. Some functions
are depicted by the icon. See “Icons on picture preview screen” on
page 75.
[A]: Switch to video
[S]: Picture size
[D]: Image quality
[F]: Multi shot mode
[G]: Self timer
[H]: Night mode
[I]: Effect
[L]: Help
Adding a picture to Contacts card
If a picture is attached to a Contact card, it appears on the screen
when the contact calls you.
To attach a picture to a contact, save the image once, and then go to
Contacts. See “Adding contacts” on page 48.
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Continuous shooting
In Multi shot mode, you can capture a succession of 15 images with
just one press. When you set Multi shot mode on, the picture size is
fixed to Medium 320x240 and Night mode off.
d Main menu > Camera > Picture
1. [5] (Options) 7 Select Multi shot mode
2. Select On
3. [0]9[U] to shoot
The captured images are displayed as thumbnails.
Note: You cannot take pictures in Multi shot mode when the phone is
closed. Once you close the phone, Multi shot mode is switched off.
To view the captured images:
[1929394] to scroll to the required thumbnail 7 [0]
You can view the next image by pressing [4] or [2], and the
previous image by pressing [3] or [1].
To save a captured image:
1. When the required thumbnail is highlighted or the required
image is displayed on the screen, [5] (Options) 7 Select
Save this one only
The picture is stored to My Media.
To save all the captured images:
1. In thumbnail screen or when one of the images is displayed on
the screen, [5] (Options) 7 Select Save all pictures
OR
When one of the images is displayed on the screen, [0]
All the pictures are stored to My Media.
Note: All the captured images are also saved by pressing [U] on thumbnail
screen or when one of the images is displayed on the screen.
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Video
You can record video clips with the built-in camera, and send them
via MMS or infrared.
Video preview screen
Icons on video preview screen
-
Zoom level (1-25)
Recording time
(Extended video/For MMS sending)
Self timer (5 or 10 seconds delay)
-
Brightness level (-2, -1,
0, +1, +2)
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Recording a video clip
d Main menu > Camera > Video
1. Main display acts as a viewfinder. Move the phone around to
frame your subject
2. [0]9[U] to start recording
3. Video recorder records until reaching the clip size limit or until
you press [0]9[U]9[5] (Stop)
4. Select the required action
Playback
Playback the recorded video clip.
Save to My Media
Save the recorded video clip to My Media.
Send as MMS
Attach the recorded video clip to an MMS
message. See “Creating an MMS message” on
page 62.
Caution: To avoid impairing camera performance, DO NOT leave the
phone with the camera facing direct sunlight.
Note: To send a video clip via infrared, save the video clip once, and then
go to My Media. (See “Videos” on page 137.)
If the video is left in the preview screen or a recorded video clip is displayed
for 3 minutes, the phone automatically exits Video mode. If left in preview
screen, but with the options menu displayed, the phone remains in this state.
If certain situations such as receiving calls occur during camera operation,
the phone exits Camera mode. The recording ends automatically, and the
already recorded video clip is saved to My Media.
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Zoom
[1]9[O] to zoom in one level
[2]9[P] to zoom out one level
You can also press and hold the keys to quickly reach the required
zoom level.
Note: You cannot change the zoom level while recording.
Adjusting the brightness level
The video clip brightness indicator shows the current brightness
level.
[4] to increase the brightness level
[3] to decrease the brightness level
Note: You cannot change the brightness level while recording.
Playing video clips
Recorded video clips are saved to My Media. To play the saved
video clips, see “Playing video clips” on page 137.
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Video settings
In the preview screen, the following options are available by
pressing [5] (Options).
Recording time
Select the video recording time from Extended
video or For MMS sending.
Effect
Select the required colour from Normal, Sepia,
Monochrome or Negative.
Self timer
Select the amount of time delay you require for
recording from Off, 5 seconds or 10 seconds.
Switch to picture
Switch from Video mode to Picture mode.
Available space
Show the number of files which can be saved in
the current recording time. You can see the
number of files which can be saved in other
recording time by pressing [5] (RecTime).
Help
Show direct key operation in the preview screen.
Direct key operation
You can change the video settings by pressing one of the numeric
keys which correspond to the functions as follows. Some functions
are depicted by the icon. See “Icons on video preview screen” on
page 81.
[A]: Switch to picture
[S]: Recording time
[G]: Self timer
[I]: Effect
[L]: Help
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Browser
Browser menu structure
PANASONIC BOX
Note: There are several ways to select items from menu lists. See “Menu
selection method” on page 30.
Setting up your Browser
Your phone’s WAP (Wireless Application Protocol) browser allows
you to access services supported by the network such as news,
weather reports, sports, etc.
Before Internet services can be accessed, you need to subscribe to
your service provider to enable the relevant configuration
information. (Your service provider may have already completed the
connection settings. To configure the WAP profile settings, see
“WAP profiles” on page 91.)
Note: Modifying the preinstalled settings without accurate knowledge may
cause a failure in connection.
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Browser
Viewing the contents
Opening Browser
d Main menu > Browser
The off-line menu is displayed. You will not be
connected until you choose a menu.
1. [192] to scroll to the required menu 7
[0]
The phone is connected to the web site.
Shortcut: You can directly access Browser by pressing [6] (
standby mode.
) in
Online status icons
Non-secure CSD
connection
Non-secure GPRS
connection
Secure CSD connection
Secure GPRS
connection
Closing Browser
1. [5] (Options) 7 Select Exit browser
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Browser options
While Browser is on-line or off-line, the following options are
available.
d Main menu > Browser [Off-line]
OR
d Main menu > Browser > Required menu [On-line]
1. [5] (Options) 7 Select the required option
Select
Select the required item.
Bookmarks
Go to the bookmark list.
Enter address
1 2
Go to URL entry.
Save media* *
The image in contents is saved to My Media.
Set as bookmark*1
The displayed URL is saved to the bookmark list.
Service Inbox
Open Service Inbox.
1
Reload page*
Reload this page.
Advanced
Go to homepage, clear the cache, view or send
the current URL, or view the current WAP
information.
Settings
Edit WAP profiles/Push access settings or view
the security information.
Exit browser*1
Terminate the browser.
*1 Available only when the web page is displayed.
*2 Available only when the web page has the image, melody or video
contents.
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Browser
Bookmarks
Once you bookmark your favourite page or a frequently accessed
page, you can jump to the page quickly. You can also categorise the
bookmarked pages into 10 folders and rename each folder.
While off-line or on-line:
1. [5] (Options) 7 Select Bookmarks
2. [192] to scroll to the required bookmark folder 7 [0]
3. [192] to scroll to the required bookmark
4. To load the URL: [0]
To select the required option: [5] (Options)
Go to page
Jump to the web page.
Add bookmark
Add to the bookmark list.
Edit
Edit the selected bookmark name and URL.
Move to
Move the selected bookmark to another folder.
Delete
Delete the selected bookmark.
Send bookmark
Send the bookmarked URL via SMS or MMS.
Delete all in folder
Delete all the bookmarks in the folder.
Renaming a bookmark folder
[192] to scroll to the required bookmark folder 7 [5] (Options) 7
Select Rename 7 Enter a new folder name 7 [0]
Deleting all bookmarks
In the bookmark list:
[5] (Options) 7 Select Delete all 7 [5] (Yes)
All the saved bookmarks are deleted, and the folder names return to
the default.
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Enter address
You can directly go to the required web page by entering the URL.
While off-line or on-line:
1. [5] (Options) 7 Select Enter address
2. Enter URL 7 [0]
Save media
Images, melodies or videos on the web page can be saved to My
Media.
When the web page is displayed:
1. [5] (Options) 7 Select Save media
2. [0]9[5] (Select) to save
Note: Panasonic is not responsible for the performance of downloaded
contents or possible corruption of phone software.
Set as bookmark
You can save the URLs of your favourite pages in Bookmarks.
When the web page is displayed:
1. [5] (Options) 7 Select Set as bookmark
2. Enter title 7 [0]
3. [192] to scroll to the required folder 7 [0]9[5] (Save)
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Browser
Service Inbox
View WAP Push message and go to URL.
While off-line or on-line:
1. [5] (Options) 7 Select Service Inbox
2. To load the URL: [0]
To select the required option: [5] (Options)
Go to page
View message*
Jump to the web page.
1
Delete
View the message.
Delete the message.
*1 Available only when text and URL are delivered from your service
provider.
Reload page
Current page can be reloaded.
When the web page is displayed:
1. [5] (Options) 7 Select Reload page
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Advanced
While off-line or on-line:
1. [5] (Options) 7 Select Advanced
2. Select the required option
Home
Jump to the set-up homepage.
Clear cache
View current
Delete the contents stored in the cache.
URL*1
View the URL of the current page.
Send current URL*1
Send the URL of the current page via SMS or
MMS.
WAP information
View WAP browser information.
*1 Available only when the web page is displayed.
Settings
WAP profiles
If no settings are present, contact your service provider.
You can check or edit the current WAP profile settings, or add new
WAP profile settings.
d Main menu > Browser [Off-line]
1. [5] (Options) 7 Select Settings
2. Select WAP profiles
3. [192] to scroll to the required profile
4. [5] (Options) 7 Select Activate, Edit or Delete
5. If Edit is selected, you can edit the following information:
Profile name, Homepage, Proxy IP, Proxy port, Use proxy
and Data connections
Note: You need to configure GPRS or CSD before configuring the WAP
profile settings. See “Data connections” on page 114.
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Browser
Push access
Set up Push access to receive WAP messages.
While off-line or on-line:
1. [5] (Options) 7 Select Settings
2. Select Push access
3. Select Service indication, Service loading or Other
messages
4. Select On or Off
Security
View security information.
While off-line or on-line:
1. [5] (Options) 7 Select Settings
2. Select Security
3. Select the required item
Certificates
Current certificate*
Session info*1
Select Certificate 1-20.
1
View the current certificate.
View session information.
*1 Available only while secure connection.
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Settings
Settings menu structure
Phone settings ................. 94
Calls.................................104
Profiles ................................... 94
Language ............................... 95
Time and date ........................ 95
Illuminations ........................... 96
Key settings............................ 97
Master reset ........................... 99
Call diverts ............................ 104
Call waiting ........................... 105
Any key answer .................... 105
Active flip .............................. 106
Auto answer.......................... 106
Send my number .................. 106
Call duration ......................... 106
Service charge*1*2................ 107
Display settings ............. 100
Wallpaper ............................. 100
Main menu icons .................. 100
Themes ................................ 101
Brightness ............................ 101
Backlight time....................... 101
Operator name ..................... 101
Sounds & alerts ............. 102
Assign ringtone .................... 102
Incoming volume .................. 102
Message alert....................... 102
Message volume .................. 102
Warning tone ........................ 103
Startup tone.......................... 103
Shutdown tone ..................... 103
Vibration alert ....................... 103
Connectivity....................108
Infrared ................................. 108
Synchronisation*2 ................. 110
Cell Broadcast ...................... 112
GSM network........................ 113
Data connections .................. 114
Security ...........................115
PIN entry............................... 115
Change PIN2 ........................ 116
Fixed dial .............................. 116
Call barring ........................... 116
*1
*2
Note: There are several ways to select items from menu lists. See “Menu
selection method” on page 30.
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Settings
Phone settings
Profiles
You can switch among different profiles in your phone, each with a
distinct combination of alert method, ringtone, etc. Profiles are set up
for use in the following environments:
Normal
For everyday settings.
Silent
For formal occasions.
Meeting
For meetings.
Outdoor
For noisy environments.
Car
For driving occasions.
Activating a profile
d Main menu > Settings > Phone settings > Profiles
1. [192] to scroll to the required profile
2. [0]
OR
[5] (Options) 7 Select Activate
Setting a profile
You can personalise the individual settings within a profile. For
further details about the individual settings, see “Sounds & alerts” on
page 102.
d Main menu > Settings > Phone settings > Profiles
1. [192] to scroll to the required profile
2. [5] (Options) 7 Select Edit
3. Select the required item
4. Select the required setting
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Settings
Language
You can change the language used for display messages and/or text
entry. Automatic uses the language dictated by the country/region
code of the SIM card.
d Main menu > Settings > Phone settings > Language >
Display language or Input language
1. Select Automatic or the required language
Time and date
You can set your Home clock and Away clock.
Home clock
You can set the current time and date on your phone.
d Main menu > Settings > Phone settings > Time and date >
Home clock
1. Select the required setting
Set date & time
Enter the time 7 [2] 7 Enter the date
Home area
Select your home area.
Summer time
Select On to activate the summer time mode.
Away clock
You can set Away clock to display the time in the area you choose.
d Main menu > Settings > Phone settings > Time and date >
Away clock
1. Select the required setting
Set time zone
Select the required area.
Summer time
Select On to activate the summer time mode.
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Settings
Choosing clock
You can choose either Home clock or Away clock to be displayed on
your phone.
d Main menu > Settings > Phone settings > Time and date >
Select clock > Home clock or Away clock
Display format
You can select the required display format for the date and time.
d Main menu > Settings > Phone settings > Time and date >
Display format > Time or Date
1. To set Time format: Select 24 hour or 12 hour
To set Date format: Select the required format (DD=date,
MM=month, YY=year)
Illuminations
The Indicator/Illumination Light flashes or beams when you receive
calls/messages, have a conversation, the flip is closed, the battery is
charging or data is transferred.
d Main menu > Settings > Phone settings > Illuminations
1. Select the required event
Incoming
Message
In conversation
Select the required colour or Off.
Flip close
Charging
Data transfer
Select On or Off.
Note: You can check the Flip close illumination by pressing [O9P] while
the phone is in standby mode with the flip closed.
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Settings
Key settings
Key tone
You can change the key tone.
d Main menu > Settings > Phone settings > Key settings > Key
tone
1. Select the required tone
Key volume
You can change the key tone volume.
d Main menu > Settings > Phone settings > Key settings > Key
volume
1. [1929394] to scroll to the required volume 7 [0]9[5]
(Select)
Key backlight
If you set the key backlight to off, you can maintain longer battery
life.
d Main menu > Settings > Phone settings > Key settings > Key
backlight
1. Select On or Off
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Settings
Keyguard
Keyguard prevents any keys from being accidentally pressed e.g.
when the phone is being carried. When Keyguard is enabled, the
Keyguard icon (
) appears on the display. When a call is
received, Keyguard is temporarily disabled and you can answer the
call.
To enable Keyguard:
d Main menu > Settings > Phone settings > Key settings >
Keyguard
1. “Would you like to lock keypad?” 7 [0]9[5] (Yes)
OR
In standby mode:
1. Press and hold [0]
2. “Would you like to lock keypad?” 7 [0]9[5] (Yes)
Note: Emergency calls can still be made with the Keyguard enabled but
there is no indication that you are dialling the number.
To disable Keyguard:
When (
) appears on the display:
1. [0] 7 “Would you like to unlock?” 7 [0]9[5] (Yes)
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Settings
Shortcut keys
Navigation key [1929394] can be used as a Shortcut key. It is
possible to assign a specific menu to Navigation key so that you can
access the menu directly from standby mode.
d Main menu > Settings > Phone settings > Key settings >
Shortcut keys
1. Select Navigation up, Navigation right, Navigation down or
Navigation left
2. Select the required menu
Master reset
You can reset your phone to the factory settings, except for the
settings for Language, Time and date, and Calendar. User data such
as contacts, messages, call logs and data stored in My Media
remains on the phone.
Password is required for master reset. The factory set password is
0000.
Resetting
d Main menu > Settings > Phone settings > Master reset >
Reset settings
1. “Would you like to reset all phone settings?” 7 [0]9[5]
(Yes)
2. Enter the password 7 [0]9[5] (Ok)
Changing the password
d Main menu > Settings > Phone settings > Master reset >
Password setting
1. Enter the current password 7 [0]9[5] (Ok)
2. Enter a new password 7 [0]9[5] (Ok)
3. Enter the new password again 7 [0]9[5] (Ok)
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Settings
Display settings
Wallpaper
You can change the wallpaper on the standby screen.
d Main menu > Settings > Display settings > Wallpaper
1. Select My Media or Download*1
2. [1929394] to scroll to the required wallpaper
3. To set: [5] (Select)
To view and set: [0] 7 [0]9[5] (Select)
Main menu icons
You can change menu icons or the background on Main menu
screen.
Changing icons
To change menu icons:
d Main menu > Settings > Display settings > Main menu icons
1. [1929394] to scroll to the required menu icon 7 [0]
2. Select My Media or Download*1
3. [1929394] to scroll to the required image
4. To set: [5] (Select)
To view and set: [0] 7 [0]9[5] (Select)
To change the background:
d Main menu > Settings > Display settings > Main menu icons
1. [5] (Options) 7 Select Attach full image
2. Repeat steps 2-4 in “To change menu icons:” on page 100
*1
Note: For downloading information, visit http://box.panasonic.com/
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Settings
Setting back to default
d Main menu > Settings > Display settings > Main menu icons
1. [5] (Options) 7 Select Set to default
2. “Would you like to set default?” 7 [0]9[5] (Yes)
Themes
You can change the colour theme of the display.
d Main menu > Settings > Display settings > Themes
1. Select the required colour theme
Brightness
You can adjust the brightness of the display.
d Main menu > Settings > Display settings > Brightness
1. [192] to adjust the brightness level 7 [0]9[5] (Select)
Backlight time
You can set the length of time the display is illuminated by the
backlight.
d Main menu > Settings > Display settings > Backlight time
1. Select 10 seconds, 30 seconds or 60 seconds
Operator name
You can change the position of your operator name on the standby
screen.
d Main menu > Settings > Display settings > Operator name
1. Select Default, Upper left or Lower left
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Settings
Sounds & alerts
Ringtone/Message alert
You can change the tone and/or the volume of the ringtone for
incoming calls and the Message alert for incoming messages.
Changing the ringtone/Message alert
d Main menu > Settings > Sounds & alerts > Assign ringtone or
Message alert
1. Select My Media or Download*1
2. [192] to scroll to the required tone
3. [0] to listen to the tone 7 [6] (Cancel) to stop the tone and
return to the previous screen
4. [5] (Select)
*1
Note: For downloading information, visit http://box.panasonic.com/
Changing the ringtone/Message alert volume
d Main menu > Settings > Sounds & alerts > Incoming volume
or Message volume
1. [1929394] to adjust the volume (Volume 0-4, Step tone) 7
[0]9[5] (Select)
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Settings
Warning tone
The Warning tone informs you of low battery.
d Main menu > Settings > Sounds & alerts > Warning tone
1. Select On or Off
Startup tone/Shutdown tone
The Startup tone sounds after switching on the phone, while the
Shutdown tone sounds after switching off the phone.
d Main menu > Settings > Sounds & alerts > Startup tone or
Shutdown tone
1. Select On or Off
Vibration alert
The phone does not ring but vibrates to inform you of incoming calls
and messages if you switch on vibration alert.
d Main menu > Settings > Sounds & alerts > Vibration alert
1. Select On or Off
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Settings
Call settings
Call diverts
Voice, fax and data calls can be diverted to different numbers in
different situations. For example, you can divert calls to your voice
mailbox when you are out of reach.
Voice calls can be diverted in the following situations:
All calls
Divert all incoming voice calls.
When busy
Divert incoming voice calls when a call is in
progress.
When no reply
Divert incoming voice calls if call is not answered.
When unreachable
Divert incoming voice calls when phone is not in a
coverage area.
d Main menu > Settings > Calls > Call diverts
1. Select Divert voice, Divert all fax or Divert all data
(If Divert all fax or Divert all data is selected, go to step 3.)
2. Select the divert situation
3. Select Direct input or From contacts
4. If Direct input is selected: Enter the phone number to divert to
7 [0]
If From contacts is selected: Highlight the required contact 7
[5] (Select) 7 If the card has several phone numbers stored,
[192] to scroll to the required number 7 [0]9[5] (Select)
When the setting is enabled, the divert icon (
standby screen.
104
) is displayed on the
Settings
To cancel each setting/check each status:
d Main menu > Settings > Calls > Call diverts
1. Select Divert voice 7 [192] to scroll to the required divert
situation
OR
[192] to scroll to Divert all fax or Divert all data
2. [5] (Options) 7 Select Off or Status
To cancel all the settings/check all the statuses:
d Main menu > Settings > Calls > Call diverts
1. Select Cancel all or Status all
Call waiting
If Call waiting is switched on, another call can be received while on a
call and multiple calls can be made.
d Main menu > Settings > Calls > Call waiting
The current status is displayed.
To accept the current status:
1. [0]
To change the setting:
1. [5] (Options) 7 Select Activate or Deactivate
The current status is displayed.
2. [0] to accept the current status
Any key answer
Calls can be answered by pressing any key except [Y], [0], [6]
(Cancel), [U], [O] and [P].
When Any key answer is off, calls can only be answered by pressing
[q] or [5] (Accept).
d Main menu > Settings > Calls > Any key answer
1. Select On or Off
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Settings
Active flip
You can answer a call by opening the phone and end a call by
closing the phone.
When Active flip is off, you need to press the appropriate key to
answer or end the call. When you are using a headset, you can
continue your conversation even while the phone is closed.
d Main menu > Settings > Calls > Active flip
1. Select On or Off
Auto answer
When you use the optional Personal Handsfree earpiece, you can
answer a call automatically.
d Main menu > Settings > Calls > Auto answer
1. Select On or Off
Send my number
You can choose whether or not to show your name and/or number to
another phone. You can comply with your network’s own setting if
you select Network set.
d Main menu > Settings > Calls > Send my number
1. Select Network set, On or Off
Call duration
You can check the duration of incoming or outgoing calls.
d Main menu > Settings > Calls > Call duration
1. Select Incoming or Outgoing
2. To reset the counter, [0]9[5] (Reset)
3. “Reset?” 7 [0]9[5] (Yes)
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Settings
Service charge
Cost left
You can check the remaining call units available if Max cost is set.
d Main menu > Settings > Calls > Service charge > Cost left
Call meter
You can check the total costs of calls made.
d Main menu > Settings > Calls > Service charge > Call meter
To reset the counter:
1. [0]9[5] (Reset) 7 “Reset total cost?” 7 [0]9[5] (Yes)
2. Enter the PIN2 code 7 [0]9[5] (Ok)
Price/unit
You can set your personal rate of the cost that the service provider
charges for one unit of call time.
d Main menu > Settings > Calls > Service charge > Price/unit
1. [0]9[5] (Edit) 7 Enter the PIN2 code 7 [0]9[5] (Ok)
2. Enter the currency 7 [0]
3. Enter the value 7 [0]9[5] (Ok)
To enter a decimal point: [r]
Max cost
You can set the maximum cost of calls allowed.
d Main menu > Settings > Calls > Service charge > Max cost
1. [0] 7 Enter the PIN2 code 7 [0]9[5] (Ok)
2. Enter the credit limit 7 [0]9[5] (Ok)
To disable the Max cost:
In step 1, [5] (Options) 7 Select Disable 7 [0]9[5] (Yes) 7
Enter the PIN 2 code 7 [0]9[5] (Ok)
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Settings
Connectivity
Infrared
You can transfer data between your phone and other infrared
enabled devices using an infrared wavelength connection.
You can send Contacts card, calendar events, and pictures/sound
clips/video clips stored in My Media.
Note: Some downloaded files may be protected under copyright laws.
These files should not be sent.
Preparing for infrared connection
Place your phone and the other device
within the effective range of 20 cm.
Infrared Port
• Verify there are no obstructions
between the two devices. Nearby
activated infrared devices may cause
interference.
• 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. (Example: For Windows XP, Start >
Control Panel > Printers and Other Hardware > Wireless Link >
Infrared tab > All others to send files to your computer using
infrared communications)
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Settings
Sending data via infrared
Prepare for infrared connection as described in “Preparing for
infrared connection”.
1. Select the item you wish to send
2. [5] (Options) 7 Select Send via infrared
The phone automatically begins infrared connection.
A confirmation message is displayed when complete.
Receiving data via infrared
Prepare for infrared connection as described in “Preparing for
infrared connection” on page 108.
To activate infrared:
You need to activate the infrared function before receiving data.
When infrared is set to on, the infrared icon ( ) appears on the
display. If infrared is unused for 10 minutes or the phone is once
switched off, it is automatically set to off and ( ) disappears.
d Main menu > Settings > Connectivity > Infrared
1. Select On
To receive data via infrared:
When ( ) is displayed, sender can begin transfer of data.
1. When transfer is started, “Would you like to receive data?” 7
[0]9[5] (Yes) to receive the data
2. When transfer is complete, “Data received” 7 Return to
standby screen 7 Received file name is displayed 7 [0]9[5]
(Save) to save the data
The received data is stored in respective menus or files.
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Settings
Synchronisation
You can synchronise your Contacts list with your network server. You
may need to do this if you store your Contacts list on the network
server, and you want them all to be the same. You can just send
changes or send all your records to the network server. This function
uses SyncML/OMA Standard technology.
Before you can synchronise your Contacts list, you need to set up a
server profile and select a WAP profile.
Creating/editing a server profile
You can create up to 2 server profiles.
d Main menu > Settings > Connectivity > Synchronisation
1. [5] (Options) 7 Select Sync. settings
2. [192] to scroll to the required profile
3. [5] (Options) 7 Select Edit
4. Select the required setting 7 [0]
5. Enter information 7 [0]
6. [5] (Save)
Profile name
Enter the profile name.
Server name
Enter the web address of the server.
Server database
Enter the database name of the server.
Server user ID
Enter your user name for the server.
Server password
Enter the password.
Selecting a server profile
d Main menu > Settings > Connectivity > Synchronisation
1. Repeat steps 1 and 2 in “Creating/editing a server profile” on
page 110
2. [5] (Options) 7 Select Set
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Settings
Selecting a WAP profile
d Main menu > Settings > Connectivity > Synchronisation
1. [5] (Options) 7 Select WAP profiles
2. Select the required profile
Synchronising
To send only changes to the network server:
d Main menu > Settings > Connectivity > Synchronisation >
Modified contacts
The phone confirms completion.
To send all your records to the network server:
d Main menu > Settings > Connectivity > Synchronisation > All
contacts
The phone confirms completion.
Note: If you are synchronising your Contacts list for the first time, or you
need to make a large number of changes, then the synchronisation may take
several minutes or more.
You cannot synchronise the following fields: Birthday, Postal address,
Ringtone, Message alert, Illumination, Picture and Group. There may be
other fields that cannot be synchronised depending on the server.
Server or database authentication
While synchronising, you may be asked for server or database
authentication. Enter the correct information and retry the
synchronisation connection.
In authentication screen:
1. [192] to scroll to the required setting 7 [0]
2. Enter the correct information 7 [0]
3. To retry the synchronisation connection, [5] (Options) 7
Select Ok
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Settings
Cell Broadcast
You can receive messages on specified topics, such as weather
information and traffic news, regularly from your service provider.
You can specify the “topic(s)” of information and the language in
which you wish to receive the information.
Activating Cell Broadcast
d Main menu > Settings > Connectivity > Cell Broadcast > On/
Off
1. Select On or Off
Reading a received message
d Main menu > Settings > Connectivity > Cell Broadcast >
Read messages
1. [192] to scroll to the required message 7 [0]
Topics and languages
You can add, edit and delete topics and languages.
d Main menu > Settings > Connectivity > Cell Broadcast >
Options > Topic or Language
1. [192] to scroll to the required topic or language
2. [5] (Options) 7 Select Add, Edit or Delete
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Settings
GSM network
Selecting a network manually
You can manually select a network that is available in your current
location.
d Main menu > Settings > Connectivity > GSM network > New
search
1. Select the required network
Network list
The network list is used when the Search mode is set to Automatic.
The order in the list indicates the search priority. You can edit the list
as required.
d Main menu > Settings > Connectivity > GSM network > Select
network
1. [192] to scroll to the required network
2. [5] (Options) 7 Select Add, Insert, Edit or Delete
Add stores a new network at the end of the list, while Insert stores a
new network above the selected network.
Search mode
You can set your phone to automatically or manually search for the
other networks when roaming. When Automatic is selected, the
phone automatically selects a new network in order to maintain
optimum network availability. When Manual is selected, available
networks are shown on the standby screen.
d Main menu > Settings > Connectivity > GSM network >
Search mode
1. Select Automatic or Manual
Note: National regulations may not permit roaming in your home region.
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Settings
Data connections
GPRS settings and CSD settings are stored in the Data connections
menu.
Data can be sent/received using GPRS or CSD technology.
Editing GPRS/CSD settings
d Main menu > Settings > Connectivity > Data connections
1. [192] to scroll to the required setting you want to edit or
<Empty> to add new setting 7 [0]
2. If <Empty> is selected, select GPRS or CSD
3. Edit the required field 7 [5] (Save)
Deleting GPRS/CSD settings
d Main menu > Settings > Connectivity > Data connections
1. [192] to scroll to the required setting you want to delete
2. [5] (Options) 7 Select Delete
3. [0]9[5] (Yes)
Note: If your service provider has protected some of your settings, you may
not be able to modify them.
USB
You can backup data stored on your phone to a PC using the
optional USB Cable. Install the Handset Manager software from the
CD-ROM before using the USB Cable. For further information, visit
http://panasonic.co.jp/pmc/products/en/support/index.html
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Settings
Security
PIN code
The PIN protects your SIM card against unauthorised use. If you
enable the PIN, you will be prompted to enter the PIN code every
time the phone is switched on.
The PIN2 controls security for certain service provider services such
as Fixed dial and Service charge.
Note: If PIN is entered incorrectly 3 times the phone will be locked, and you
will need to enter the PUK code. If PIN2 is entered incorrectly 3 times SIM
card will be locked, and you will need to enter PUK2 code. If the PUK code is
entered incorrectly 10 times, the phone will cease to operate permanently.
All information stored in the SIM card will be lost and the SIM card will need
to be replaced. Contact your service provider for further information.
Enabling/Disabling PIN entry
d Main menu > Settings > Security > PIN entry > Enable/disable
1. Select Enable or Disable
2. Enter the PIN code (4-8 digits) 7 [0]9[5] (Ok)
Changing PIN
You can change the PIN when PIN entry is set to Enable.
d Main menu > Settings > Security > PIN entry > Change PIN
1. Enter the current code 7 [0]9[5] (Ok)
2. Enter the new code 7 [0]9[5] (Ok)
3. Enter the new code again 7 [0]9[5] (Ok)
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Settings
Changing PIN2
d Main menu > Settings > Security > Change PIN2
1. Enter the current code 7 [0]9[5] (Ok)
2. Enter the new code 7 [0]9[5] (Ok)
3. Enter the new code again 7 [0]9[5] (Ok)
Fixed dial
When Fixed dial is enabled, only the phone numbers stored in SIM
Contacts can be dialled. Any manually dialled phone numbers must
match the phone numbers in SIM Contacts.
To store, edit or delete phone numbers in SIM Contacts, you need to
enter your PIN2 code.
d Main menu > Settings > Security > Fixed dial
1. Select Enable or Disable
2. Enter the PIN2 code (4-8 digits) 7 [0]9[5] (Ok)
Call barring
Call barring restricts certain calls, using a password supplied by your
service provider.
The following Call bar settings are available:
Bar outgoing calls
All outgoing calls are barred.
Bar foreign calls
International outgoing calls are barred.
Bar foreign calls
except Home
International outgoing calls except to your home
country are barred.
Bar incoming calls
All incoming calls are barred.
Bar incoming if
abroad
Roaming is barred if abroad.
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Settings
Call barring setting
d Main menu > Settings > Security > Call barring
1. Select the required setting
2. Enter the password 7 [0]9[5] (Ok)
To cancel setting/check status:
d Main menu > Settings > Security > Call barring
1. [192] to scroll to the required setting
2. [5] (Options) 7 Select Off or Status
3. If Off is selected, enter the password 7 [0]9[5] (Ok)
To cancel all the settings/check all the statuses:
d Main menu > Settings > Security > Call barring
1. Select Cancel all or Status all
2. If Cancel all is selected, enter the password 7 [0]9[5] (Ok)
Changing the password
d Main menu > Settings > Security > Call barring > Password
1. Enter the current password 7 [0]9[5] (Ok)
2. Enter a new password 7 [0]9[5] (Ok)
3. Enter the new password again 7 [0]9[5] (Ok)
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Tools
Tools menu structure
SIM Tool Kit*1 ................. 119
Alarms............................. 119
Sound recorder .............. 121
Calculator ....................... 122
*1
Note: There are several ways to select items from menu lists. See “Menu
selection method” on page 30.
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Tools
SIM Tool Kit
The SIM Tool Kit allows the 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 service provider
can configure your SIM card with the applications that can be seen
on your phone as additional menu items.
For further information, contact your service provider.
Alarms
You can set up to 5 different alarms.
Setting the alarm
d Main menu > Tools > Alarms
1. [192] to scroll to the required setting 7
[0]
2. [192] to scroll to the required field 7
[0]
3. Enter information 7 [0]
4. [5] (Save) to store the entry
The alarm icon (
screen.
) appears on the standby
Turn on/off
Select On or Off.
Time
Enter the time.
Repeat type
Select Once, Everyday or Weekly for
alarm repeat type.
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Tools
Alarm tone
Select alarm tone from <Default> or My
Media. To download an alarm tone, select
Download*1.
Alarm volume
Adjust alarm volume (Volume 0-4 or Step
tone).
Stored pictures
Select the required picture. The picture
appears on the screen when the alarm
sounds.
Illumination
Select the required illumination pattern or
Off.
*1
Note: The alarm sounds at the time you set even if the phone is off.
For downloading information, visit http://box.panasonic.com/
Turning the alarm on/off
d Main menu > Tools > Alarms
1. [192] to scroll to the required setting
2. [5] (Options) 7 Select Turn on or Turn off
Stopping the alarm
When the alarm sounds, you can activate the snooze function to
repeat the alarm 5 times at 5 minute intervals.
1. Press any key except [Y] 7 “Stop snooze?”
2. To stop the snooze function: [0]9[5] (Turn off)
To activate the snooze function: [6] (Snooze)
Shortcut: Stopping the alarm by pressing [Y] activates the snooze
function and returns to standby mode.
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Tools
Sound recorder
You can record sounds, your voice or phone conversation. The
recorded sound clips (except for the phone conversation) can be
attached to MMS messages.
Recording new sound clips
d Main menu > Tools > Sound recorder
1. [0]9[5] (Start) to start recording
The max. recording time is 3 minutes.
2. [0]9[5] (Stop) to stop recording
3. [0] to play back if required
[192] to adjust the volume
4. [5] (Options) 7 Select Save
The sound clip is saved to My Media.
If you select Send as MMS, you can access MMS menu.
Note: When you save the recorded sound clip and receive storage full
message, press [0]9[5] (Yes) to save the recorded sound clip by deleting
unwanted files in My Media.
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Calculator
You can use the 4-function calculator (addition, subtraction,
multiplication and division) to make simple arithmetic operations.
d Main menu > Tools > Calculator
1. Enter a number
To enter a decimal point: [5]
To enter a negative sign: [r]
To erase digits: [6] (Clear)
2. [1929394] to select the arithmetic
operation ([1] to multiply, [4] to add, [2]
to divide, [3] to subtract)
3. Enter a number
4. [0] (=) to calculate
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Calendar
Note: There are several ways to select items from menu lists. See “Menu
selection method” on page 30.
Browsing Calendar
You can view the calendar by month, by week or by day.
Browsing operation
d Main menu > Calendar
To move around the calendar: [1929394]
To change the view format (Monthly view/Weekly view): see
View format in “Options”
To view the details of the selected day (Daily view): [0]
Options
From Monthly view or Weekly view, the following options are
available by pressing [5] (Options).
New entry
See “Creating Calendar events” on page 125.
View format
Change calendar view format, Monthly or Weekly.
Go to date
Go to specified date.
Send via
infrared
Send calendar events via infrared. See “Infrared” on
page 108.
Delete
See “Deleting multiple events” on page 127.
Lunar calendar
detail*1
Check Chinese Lunar calendar dates and festivals when
viewing the western calendar.
Memory status
Show used memory for calendar.
Settings
See “Calendar settings” on page 128.
*1 Available only when Display language setting is set to Chinese
language. (See “Language” on page 95.)
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Calendar
Calendar view
To change the calendar view format, see “Browsing operation” on
page 123.
Monthly view
Current date
Red frame
Selected date
Coloured - Also displayed in
the upper left of the calendar
Week number
of selected
date
Displayed in the upper right of
the calendar
Scheduled
note
Coloured - Also displayed in
the schedule list with category
icon, start time and note (up to
3 events)
Schedule list
Weekly view
Current date
Red line under week
Current week
number
Displayed in the upper right of
the calendar
Selected date
The day of the week is coloured
- Also displayed in the upper
left of the calendar
Scheduled
note
The scheduled time zone is
coloured
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Calendar
Daily view
Current date
Displayed in the upper left
Current week
number
Displayed in the upper right
Scheduled
note
Displayed with category icon,
start time and note
Creating Calendar events
d Main menu > Calendar
1. Select the day of the event you wish to store
2. [5] (Options) 7 Select New entry
3. [192] to scroll to the required field 7
[0]
4. Enter information 7 [0]
To enter characters, see “Text entry” on
page 40.
5. [5] (Save) to store the event
Note
Enter note (subject).
Start date/time
Enter the start time 7 [2] 7 Enter the start
date (Present time/date is already entered.)
End date/time
Enter the end time 7 [2] 7 Enter the end
date (Present time/date is already entered.)
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Calendar
Repeat type
Select an event repeat cycle.
Reminder
Set the reminder to sound at the start time
(0 min.) or certain minutes ahead of the
start time.
Select Off, 0 min., or 5, 10, 15, 30, 60, 90
min. ahead.
When the reminder tone sounds, press [5]
(View) to check the schedule or press [6]
(Stop) to return to standby mode.
Location
Enter location.
Category
Select category.
Calendar tone
Select a reminder tone from <Default> or
My Media. To download a tone, select
Download*1.
Calendar
volume
Adjust the reminder volume (Volume 0-4 or
Step tone).
Illumination
Select a reminder illumination pattern or
Off.
*1
Note: The reminder sounds at the scheduled time even if the phone is off.
The calendar highlights only the start days of scheduled events if the events
are scheduled for over days.
For downloading information, visit http://box.panasonic.com/
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Calendar
Managing Calendar events
Editing events
d Main menu > Calendar
1. From Daily view, [192] to scroll to the required event
2. [5] (Options) 7 Select Edit
3. Edit the required field 7 [5] (Save) to overwrite
Deleting events
Deleting an event
d Main menu > Calendar
1. From Daily view, [192] to scroll to the required event
2. [5] (Options) 7 Select Delete
3. [0]9[5] (Yes)
Deleting multiple events
To delete the events of the selected day or the past events:
d Main menu > Calendar
1. From Monthly view or Weekly view, [1929394] to scroll to
the required date
2. [5] (Options) 7 Select Delete
3. Select Day or Past
4. [0]9[5] (Yes)
To delete all events:
d Main menu > Calendar
1. From Monthly view or Weekly view, [5] (Options) 7 Select
Delete
2. Select All
3. [5] (Yes)
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Calendar
Calendar settings
Selecting the starting day of the week
d Main menu > Calendar
1. [5] (Options) 7 Select Settings
2. Select Week starts on
3. Select the required day of the week
Setting holidays
You can set holidays to be indicated in red.
d Main menu > Calendar
1. [5] (Options) 7 Select Settings
2. Select Holiday set
3. [192] to scroll to the required day of the week 7 [0]
Repeat this step to select other days of the week.
4. [5] (Ok)
Chinese Lunar calendar
You can check Chinese Lunar calendar dates and festivals when still
viewing western calendar. To display Chinese Lunar calendar, you
need to select Chinese language in Display language setting (see
page 95).
Switching on/off Chinese Lunar calendar
d Main menu > Calendar
1. [5] (Options) 7 Select Settings
2. Select Lunar calendar
3. Select On or Off
Viewing Chinese Lunar calendar detail
d Main menu > Calendar
1. [1929394] to scroll to the day you wish to view the detail
2. [5] (Options) 7 Select Lunar calendar detail
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My Media
My Media menu structure
Pictures........................... 130
Games .............................138
Stored pictures ..................... 130
Download*1 .......................... 134
Take new picture .................. 134
Stored applications ............... 138
Download*1........................... 139
Sounds............................ 134
Stored sounds ...................... 134
Download*1 .......................... 136
Record new sound ............... 136
Videos ............................. 137
Stored videos ....................... 137
Download*1 .......................... 138
Record new video ................ 138
Text templates ................139
Memory status ................140
*1
Note: There are several ways to select items from menu lists. See “Menu
selection method” on page 30.
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My Media
Pictures
Pictures taken by Camera, images downloaded from a WAP site and
received via infrared are stored in the Pictures folder.
Note: To use a file downloaded or indicated by the icon ( ), you may need
to purchase the rights. For further information, contact your service provider.
Viewing pictures
d Main menu > My Media > Pictures > Stored pictures
1. [1929394] to scroll to the required thumbnail 7 [0]
You can view the actual size of the selected picture by pressing [0] if
the picture is larger than the display. To continue onto step 2, press [6]
(Back).
2. [4]9[2] to view the next picture or [3]9[1] to view the
previous picture
Note: The file size of highlighted picture is displayed under the picture title,
together with the date and time the image was stored. A picture of less than
1 kB is displayed as 1 kB.
Managing files
To make a new folder:
1. In the Stored pictures folder, [5] (Options) 7 Select Manage
files
2. Select New folder
3. Enter folder name 7 [0]
To move the selected picture to another folder:
1. When the required thumbnail is highlighted, [5] (Options) 7
Select Manage files
2. Select Move to folder
3. Select the required folder
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Options
When viewing the picture list, the following options are available by
pressing [5] (Options).
Send as MMS
Attach the selected picture to an MMS message.
See “Creating an MMS message” on page 62.
Use as
Use the selected picture as Wallpaper or
Contacts picture. See “Using pictures” on
page 132.
Delete
Delete the selected picture or folder.
Delete all
Delete all the pictures in the folder or all the
folders.
Activate
Purchase your rights to view the selected picture.
Rename
Rename the selected picture or folder.
Send via infrared
Send the selected picture via infrared. See
“Infrared” on page 108.
Resize
Resize the selected picture.
Edit
Edit the selected picture. See “Editing pictures” on
page 132.
Change view
Change the picture list to List view or Grid view.
Manage files
Make a new folder or move the selected picture to
another folder. See “Managing files” on page 130.
Details
Show details of the selected picture.
Note: Sending or editing of a forward locked picture indicated by the icon
(
) is restricted.
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My Media
Using pictures
You can use the stored pictures as wallpapers or Contacts pictures.
d Main menu > My Media > Pictures > Stored pictures
1. [192] to scroll to the required picture
2. [5] (Options) 7 Select Use as
3. Select Wallpaper or Contacts picture
(If Contacts picture is selected, go to the next step.)
4. Highlight the required contact 7 [5] (Select)
5. [5] (Save)
Editing pictures
Adding frame
You can add a frame to your picture.
d Main menu > My Media > Pictures > Stored pictures
1. When the required thumbnail is highlighted or the required
picture is displayed on the screen, [5] (Options) 7 Select
Edit
2. Select Add frame
3. Select the required frame
The picture with the selected frame is displayed.
You can change the frame by pressing [394].
4. [0]9[5] (Save)
5. Enter the file name 7 [0]
Note: Adding a frame is available only when the size of the picture to be
edited is Medium 320x240, Small 160x120 or Main display 240x320.
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My Media
Trimming
You can trim your pictures.
d Main menu > My Media > Pictures > Stored pictures
1. When the required thumbnail is highlighted or the required
picture is displayed on the screen, [5] (Options) 7 Select
Edit
2. Select Trimming
3. Select the required trimming size
4. If Free size is selected: [1929394] to determine the starting
point 7 [0]9[5] (Start) 7 [1929394] to determine the
ending point 7 [0]9[5] (Ok)
If a size other than Free size is selected: [1929394] to move
the trimming box 7 [0]9[5] (Start)
5. [0]9[5] (Save)
6. Enter the file name 7 [0]
Clearing shadow
You can make dark pictures clearer.
d Main menu > My Media > Pictures > Stored pictures
1. When the required thumbnail is highlighted or the required
picture is displayed on the screen, [5] (Options) 7 Select
Edit
2. Select Clear shadow
3. [0]9[5] (Save)
4. Enter the file name 7 [0]
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My Media
Downloading picture files
d Main menu > My Media > Pictures > Download
The download site is displayed.
Note: Panasonic is not responsible for the performance of downloaded
contents or possible corruption of phone software.
For downloading information, visit http://box.panasonic.com/
Taking a new picture
d Main menu > My Media > Pictures > Take new picture
The phone switches to Picture mode. See “Taking a picture” on
page 76.
Sounds
Sound clips recorded by Sound recorder, downloaded from a WAP
site and received via infrared are stored in the Sounds folder.
Note: To use a file downloaded or indicated by the icon ( ), you may need
to purchase the rights. For further information, contact your service provider.
Playing sound clips
d Main menu > My Media > Sounds > Stored sounds
1. [192] to scroll to the required sound file 7 [0]
[192] to adjust the volume.
2. To stop: [0]
To restart: [5] (Restart)
Note: The file size of highlighted sound is displayed at the top of the list,
together with the date and time the sound file was stored. A sound file of less
than 1 kB is displayed as 1 kB.
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My Media
Managing files
You can make new folders or move the selected sound files to
another folder. See “Managing files” on page 130.
Options
In the sound list, the following options are available by pressing [5]
(Options).
Send as MMS
Attach the selected sound clip to an MMS
message. See “Creating an MMS message” on
page 62.
Use as
Use the selected sound clip as Ringtone,
Message alert or Contacts ringtone. See “Using
sound clips” on page 136.
Play in sequence
Select Looped or Random to play all the sound
clips in the selected folder in a loop or at random.
Delete
Delete the selected sound file or folder.
Delete all
Delete all the sound files in the folder or all the
folders.
Activate
Purchase your rights to play the selected sound
file.
Rename
Rename the selected sound file or folder.
Send via infrared
Send the selected sound file via infrared. See
“Infrared” on page 108.
Manage files
Make a new folder or move the selected sound file
to another folder. See “Managing files” on
page 130.
Details
Show details of the selected sound file.
Note: Sending or editing of a forward locked sound indicated by the icon
(
) is restricted.
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My Media
Using sound clips
You can use the stored sound clips as ringtones, Message alerts or
Contacts ringtones.
d Main menu > My Media > Sounds > Stored sounds
1. [192] to scroll to the required sound clip
2. [5] (Options) 7 Select Use as
3. Select Ringtone, Message alert or Contacts ringtone
(If Contacts ringtone is selected, go to the next step.)
4. Highlight the required contact 7 [5] (Select)
5. Select Ringtone ( ) or Message alert ( )
6. [5] (Save)
Downloading sound clips
d Main menu > My Media > Sounds > Download
The download site is displayed.
Note: Panasonic is not responsible for the performance of downloaded
contents or possible corruption of phone software.
For downloading information, visit http://box.panasonic.com/
Recording new sound clips
d Main menu > My Media > Sounds > Record new sound
The phone switches to the Sound recorder mode. See “Sound
recorder” on page 121.
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My Media
Videos
Video clips recorded by Video recorder, downloaded from a WAP
site and received via infrared are stored in the Videos folder.
Note: To use a file downloaded or indicated by the icon ( ), you may need
to purchase the rights. For further information, contact your service provider.
Playing video clips
d Main menu > My Media > Videos > Stored videos
1. [192] to scroll to the required video file 7 [0]
[192] to adjust the volume.
2. To stop: [0]
To restart: [5] (Restart)
Note: The file size of highlighted video is displayed at the top of the list,
together with the date and time the video file was stored. A video file of less
than 1 kB is displayed as 1 kB.
Managing files
You can make new folders or move the selected video files to
another folder. See “Managing files” on page 130.
Options
In the video list, the same options in the Sounds folder are available.
See “Options” on page 135. Note that Use as option is not available
for video files.
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My Media
Downloading video clips
d Main menu > My Media > Videos > Download
The download site is displayed.
Note: Panasonic is not responsible for the performance of downloaded
contents or possible corruption of phone software.
For downloading information, visit http://box.panasonic.com/
Recording a new video
d Main menu > My Media > Videos > Record new video
The phone switches to Video mode. See “Recording a video clip” on
page 82.
Games
Preloaded games and downloaded games are stored in the Games
folder.
Note: To use a file downloaded or indicated by the icon ( ), you may need
to purchase the rights. For further information, contact your service provider.
Playing games
d Main menu > My Media > Games > Stored applications
1. [192] to scroll to the required game 7 [0]
For further details, see “Games” on page 142.
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My Media
Downloading games
d Main menu > My Media > Games > Download
For further details, see “Download games” on page 144.
Note: Panasonic is not responsible for the performance of downloaded
contents or possible corruption of phone software.
For downloading information, visit http://box.panasonic.com/
Text templates
You can use templates stored in the phone when creating a text
message. You can also save frequently used text as templates.
Editing Text templates
d Main menu > My Media > Text templates
1. [192] to scroll to the required template 7 [0]
2. Edit the template 7 [0]
Options
In the text templates list, the following options are available by
pressing [5] (Options).
New
Create a new template.
Create message
Create an SMS or MMS message using the
selected template.
Edit
Edit the selected template.
Delete
Delete the selected template.
Delete all
Delete all the templates.
Details
Show details of the selected template file.
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My Media
Memory status
You can see how much data is stored in the individual folders in My
Media.
d Main menu > My Media > Memory status
Note: To decrease the amount of phone memory used, delete unwanted
data or store data on your PC (see “USB” on page 114).
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Games
Games menu structure
Games............................. 142
Download*1..................... 144
Settings........................... 145
Sound volume ...................... 145
Backlight............................... 145
Vibration ............................... 145
Reset.................................... 145
WAP profiles......................... 145
Information ..................... 145
*1
Note: There are several ways to select items from menu lists. See “Menu
selection method” on page 30.
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Games
Games
Selecting games
Your phone has preinstalled JavaTM applications. The downloaded
JavaTM applications are also listed here.
d Main menu > Games > Games
1. [192] to scroll to the required application
2. [5] (Options) 7 Select the required option
Run
Run the selected JavaTM application.
Permission
Select Network access, Messaging or Auto
invocation, then select Always allowed, Ask
first time, Ask every time or Not allowed.
Details
Show the application name, version, vendor,
storage size, etc.
Delete
Delete the selected JavaTM application (except for
the preinstalled applications).
Activate
Purchase your rights to run the selected JavaTM
application.
Note: Your phone supports J2METM JavaTM applications. Other types of
JavaTM applications cannot be installed.
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Games
SONIC THE HEDGEHOG
This is a mobile version of the high speed action classic, “Sonic the
Hedgehog”, which originally debuted in 1991 on the Mega Drive
(SEGA Genesis).
Save the animals from the evil scientific genius, Dr. Eggman, and
stop him from taking over the world!
Your objective is to get Sonic to the end of the game in one piece!
The game has 6 Zones, and each Zone is divided into 3 Acts. In
Act 3, Dr. Eggman will arrive in his contraption. Beat him to clear the
Zone.
d Main menu > Games > Games > SONIC THE HEDGEHOG
Key operation:
Move/Dash right
Press [4] or press [H] key.
Move/Dash left
Press [3] or press [F] key.
Jump
Press [1] or press [S] key.
Look Up
Press [0] or press [G] key.
Crouch
Press [2] or press [J] key.
Spin
Press [2] or press [J] key (during dash).
Soccer
This game is a 3D soccer game. Play and win exhibition game with
selected country.
d Main menu > Games > Games > Soccer
Key operation:
Move/Dribble
Press Navigation key.
Shoot
Press [r] key.
Pass
Press [0] or press [G] key with a ball.
Slide tackle
Press [0] or press [G] key without a ball.
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Suspending/Terminating the game
1. [Y]
2. Select Suspend or Terminate
When you select Suspend, JavaTM icon (
screen.
) appears on the standby
To resume the game:
d Main menu > Games > Games
1. Select Resume
The JavaTM application starts running.
Note: You can also suspend the JavaTM application by closing the flip.
Download games
You can download games to your phone from WAP sites. For
customer support of downloaded contents, visit the respective
supplier’s web sites.
d Main menu > Games > Download
1. Select the required JavaTM application
When the downloading is over, “Would you like to run application?”
appears.
2. To run the JavaTM application: [0]9[5] (Ok)
To exit: [Y]9[6] (Cancel)
Note: Panasonic is not responsible for the performance of downloaded
contents or possible corruption of phone software.
For downloading information, visit http://box.panasonic.com/
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Games
Settings
d Main menu > Games > Settings
1. Select the required setting
Sound volume
Adjust the sound volume of JavaTM applications.
Backlight
Switch the backlight on in Application
preference or System preference, or switch Off.
Vibration
Switch the vibration function for JavaTM
applications On or Off.
Reset
Delete all the downloaded JavaTM applications,
reset records of preloaded JavaTM application and
initialise JavaTM settings.
WAP profiles
Select the required profile setting.
Information
You can view copyright information about the software used on the
phone.
d Main menu > Games > Information
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Accessories
The following accessories are available for your Panasonic phone.
Note: Availability depends on your country/region.
Battery (EB-BS001)
Double your talk time by having a spare battery.
Travel Charger
Carry this wherever you go, so you can always
recharge your battery.
(EB-CA001 AU)
(EB-CA001 UK)
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(EB-CA001 EU)
(EB-CA001 US)
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Personal Handsfree (Mono) (EB-EMX800)
Plug into your phone and talk without holding the
phone to your ear.
Personal Handsfree (Stereo) (EB-EM001)
Talk/listen to the music and move while keeping your
hands free, by using a Personal Handsfree. Put the
ear pieces in your ears and the adaptor in the side of
the phone.
In-Car Charger (EB-CD001)
Recharge the battery using your vehicle’s
cigarette lighter socket.
Car Holder (EB-KA001)
This can be mounted in your vehicle to store your
phone.
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USB Cable (EB-US002)
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.
Branch Cable (EB-CBX800)
This cable branches the connection to a USB Cable,
Personal Handsfree and Travel Charger so that you
can transfer data OR talk on handsfree while
charging.
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Troubleshooting
Problems
Should any problem persist, contact your dealer.
Problem
Cause
Remedy
Check that the battery is fully
charged and correctly connected
to the phone.
Phone will not
switch on.
Extremely
short battery
life for a new
battery.
The network you
are using and the
condition of the
battery can affect
battery life.
Short battery
life for an old
battery.
The battery has
worn out.
Replace with a new fully charged
battery.
The battery
charge level
indicator does
not appear
and the phone
cannot be
switched on
when
charging.
The battery is not
attached to the
phone or the battery
has been deeply
discharged.
Leave the phone charging the
battery for a few minutes before
the battery charge level indicator
appears and attempt to switch the
phone on.
The battery is not
attached to the
phone.
Battery fails to
charge.
The battery was
connected to the
phone after the
charger was
connected.
Ensure the battery is fitted to the
phone prior to commencing
charging.
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Problem
Cause
Battery fails to
charge.
The battery
temperature
exceeds the
charging
temperature range
(too hot or too cold).
Use the battery at room
temperature.
Display looks
faded.
The Brightness
level is low.
Check the Brightness setting
(see page 101).
Keyguard is on.
Disable keyguard.
Outgoing calls are
barred.
Disable outgoing call barring or
barred dialling.
Fixed dialling is
switched on so that
only the numbers
stored in Contacts
can be dialled.
Switch off the Fixed dialling.
The phone is not
registered with a
network.
Move to a coverage area and
operate your phone after it has
registered with a network.
The phone is not
switched on.
Switch the phone on.
Incoming calls are
barred.
Disable incoming call barring.
The phone is not
registered with a
network.
Move to a coverage area and
operate your phone after it has
registered with a network.
You are not in a
GSM coverage
area.
Check that the antenna symbol
(p) is displayed - move to a
coverage area and operate your
phone when the antenna symbol
is displayed.
Calls cannot
be made.
Calls cannot
be received.
Emergency
calls cannot
be made.
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Remedy
Appendix
Error messages
These are some of the most important error messages which may
be displayed:
Location area not
allowed!
Roaming in the selected area is not allowed.
Network not allowed!
Roaming with the selected network is not allowed.
Security failure!
The network has detected an authentication
failure because your SIM card is not registered
with that network - contact your service provider.
SIM blocked
The SIM card is blocked because the PIN
unblocking key (PUK) has been entered
incorrectly 10 times - contact your service
provider.
Restarting SIM.
Please wait
The phone has detected a problem with the SIM
card - switch the phone off and then back on; if the
message is still displayed - contact your service
provider.
Invalid SIM
The SIM card has failed one or more of the SIM
personalisation checks - contact your service
provider.
Function unavailable
The selected feature is either not supported by the
SIM card or is not available with the current
subscription - contact your service provider.
PIN2 invalidated
The PIN2 is blocked permanently because the
wrong PUK2 has been entered 10 times, services
controlled by PIN2 cannot be used - contact your
service provider.
Message rejected.
Storage full
or
Message rejected.
SIM full
A message has been received but the message
store is full - to receive messages, delete some of
the currently stored messages.
Phone number too
long! (Max: xx)
The edited or newly created contact number is too
long for the SIM card.
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Memory low!
Message may not be
stored
The message area is full. Your messages cannot
be stored until some of the currently stored
messages are deleted.
Verification failure
On changing the PIN/PIN2, verification of the new
code is incorrect - retry changing the PIN/PIN2
with correct verification.
Glossary of terms
CSD
Circuit Switched Data. A communication method used to
transmit data over telephone connections.
DTMF
Dual Tone Multi-Frequency allows you to communicate
with computerised phone systems, voice mailboxes, etc.
GPRS
General Packet Radio Service. A GSM transmission
technique that transmits and receives data in packets
rather than setting up a continuous channel.
GSM
Global System for Mobile communications. The name
given to the advanced digital technology that your phone
uses.
Infrared
A type of wireless connection that allows data to be
transmitted directly to another device.
JavaTM
A programming language developed by Sun
Microsystems. Programs written in Java do not rely on
an operating system.
Network
Operator
The organisation responsible for operating a GSM
network.
PIN / PIN2
Personal Identification Number. PIN is used for SIM card
security. PIN2 is used for the control of Fixed dialling and
Call charges metering. Supplied by your service
provider. If the PIN or PIN2 is entered incorrectly several
times (basically 3 times), the PIN or PIN2 will be blocked.
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PUK / PUK2
PIN or PIN2 Unblocking Key. Used to unblock the PIN or
PIN2 code. Supplied by your service provider. If the PUK
or PUK2 is entered incorrectly 10 times, the PUK or
PUK2 will be blocked.
Roaming
The ability to use your phone on networks other than
your home network.
Service
provider
The organisation responsible for providing access to the
GSM/GPRS network.
SIM
Subscriber Identity Module. A small smart-card which
stores unique subscriber and user entered information
such as Contacts entries and short messages. Supplied
by your service provider.
URL
Uniform Resource Locator. The URL is an alphanumeric
address that points to homepages and other Internet
locations.
WAP
Wireless Application Protocol. The communication
standard which enables you to download resources from
the Internet to your phone.
Specifications
Bands supported
GSM 900 Class 4
GSM 1800 Class 1
GSM 1900 Class 1
Standby time*1
150-370 hours
Talk
time*1
Charging time*
2-6 hours
2
Up to 150 minutes
Temperature range
Charging: +5°C - +35°C
Storage: -20°C - +60°C
Weight
98 g (including battery)
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Dimensions
(excluding protrusions)
Height: 96 mm
Width: 46 mm
Depth: 18.2 mm
Volume
77 cc
Battery
830 mAh Li-ion
Antenna
Internal
SIM type
1.8 V/3 V
Memory storage
MMS: 2 MB
User data (excluding MMS) and
preinstalled applications: 30 MB
Display
QVGA 240 x 320 pixels TFT LCD:
Approx. 16 million colours (JPEG and
camera/video image*3)
Brightness: Approx. 300 cd/m2
Camera
1.3 M pixels CMOS
Connectivity
Infrared: SIR (slow infrared)
USB: v2.0
*1 Talk and Standby times will be dependant upon network conditions, SIM
card, backlight usage, battery condition/charging management and the
use of applications such as camera and games where available.
*2 Charging time depends on usage and battery condition.
*3 65k colours for other image formats
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Information in this document is subject to change without notice. No part of
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means without obtaining written permission from Panasonic Mobile
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CP8 Patent
Java and all Java-based trademarks and logos are
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6,646,573; Australian Pat. Nos. 727539, 746674, and
747901; Canadian Pat. Nos.1,331,057, 2,302,595, and 2,227,904; Japan
Pat. No. 3532780, 3492981; United Kingdom Pat. No. 2238414B; Hong
Kong Standard Pat. No. HK1010924; Republic of Singapore Pat. No. 51383,
66959, and 71979; European Pat. Nos. 0 842 463 (96927260.8), 1 010 057
(98903671.0), 1 018 069 (98950708.2); Republic of Korea Pat. Nos.
KR201211B1 and KR226206B1. People’s Republic of China Pat.
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No. 208141; Russian Federation Pat. No. 2206118; and additional patents
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END-USER SOFTWARE LICENSE AGREEMENT
By use of this Panasonic cellular phone, including any embedded
software features or programs ("Embedded Software"), you agree to
the terms and conditions of this End-User Software License
Agreement ("EULA").
1. END-USER RIGHTS: You are granted a limited end-user right to use the
Embedded Software only as part of and together with this Panasonic
cellular phone. You agree to use the Embedded Software in a manner
that complies with all applicable laws, including laws related to copyright
and other intellectual property rights. All other uses are prohibited.
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any other device;
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Embedded Software (unless and except as expressly permitted as
part of a feature application);
(c) You may not reverse engineer, reverse compile, disassemble, or
otherwise attempt to discover the source code of the Embedded
Software;
(d) You may not transfer this Panasonic cellular phone other than to a
transferee end-user who undertakes to observe the same obligations
as those set out in this EULA;
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trademark, or otherwise, from the Embedded Software.
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protected by copyright, trademark, patent and/or other intellectual
property rights and is owned by Panasonic Mobile Communications Co.,
Ltd. ("PMC") and/or is under license from PMC's licensors.
4. TERMINATION: Your right to use the Embedded Software may be
terminated for failure to comply with any of the terms of this EULA.
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FOR INCIDENTAL, INDIRECT, SPECIAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL
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and conditions set forth in the user manual or associated product
documentation and/or displayed on the LCD of this Panasonic cellular
phone. You acknowledge and agree that such third party software is
governed by the third party license terms, as applicable, and that such
terms are solely between you and the applicable licensor.
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Administration Act and its associated regulations, and may be subject to
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Software Clauses in DFARS 252.227-7013(c)(1)(ii) and FAR 52.22719(c)(2) as applicable.
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EU/EEA - Wide guarantee is applicable in the EU/EEA and
Switzerland.
Panasonic GSM European Service Guarantee Conditions
Dear Customer,
Thank you for buying this Panasonic digital cellular telephone. The
Panasonic GSM European Service Guarantee only applies while
travelling in countries other than where the product was purchased.
Your local guarantee is applicable in all other cases. If your
Panasonic GSM telephone requires service while abroad, please
contact the local service company shown on this document.
The Guarantee
The applicable period of the European wide guarantee for GSM is
generally 12 months for the main body and 3 months for the
rechargeable battery. With respect to a product used in a country
other than a country of purchase, notwithstanding what is stated in
the conditions below, the customer will benefit, in that country of use,
from these guarantee periods of, respectively, 12 and 3 months, if
these conditions are more favourable to him than the local
guarantee conditions applicable in such country of use.
Conditions of Guarantee
When requesting guarantee service the purchaser should present
the warranty card together with proof of purchase, to an authorised
service centre.
The guarantee covers breakdowns due to manufacturing or design
faults; it does not apply to other events such as accidental damage,
however caused, wear and tear, negligence, adjustment,
modification or repair not authorised by us.
Your sole and exclusive remedy under this guarantee against us is
the repair, or at our option the replacement, of the product, or any
defective part or parts. No other remedy, including, but not limited to,
incidental or consequential damage or loss of whatsoever nature
shall be available to the purchaser.
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This is in addition to and does not in any way affect any statutory or
other rights of consumer purchasers. This guarantee applies in
countries shown on this document at the authorised service centres
detailed for that country.
Austria
Fa. Frisch
Lokalbahnweg 12
A-4060 Leonding
Tel. +43 (0)732 676 961
Germany
In Germany, you can also take
advantage of our pick-up service if
you need to have your Panasonic
equipment repaired. You will find
details under Service, Repair
Services, on our Internet
homepage at
www.panasonic.de
Hotline: +49 (0)180 501 5142
(12 cents/min.)
Mon. to Fri. 8am - 8pm and
Sat. Midday - 5pm
T-Mobile equipment specialists:
Panasonic Service Center
N. Schaaf
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68309 Mannheim
Tel.: +49 (0) 621 / 727 87-0
Vodafone equipment specialists:
Panasonic Service Center
B&W Service GmbH
Kieler Straße 41
24768 Rendsburg
Tel.: +49 (0) 4331 / 14 11-0
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30165 Hannover
Tel.: +49 (0) 511 / 64 64 16 10
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Ireland
Service Centres in Ireland
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United Kingdom
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EU Warranty
EU/EEA - Wide Guarantee: Conditions applicable in any country
other than the country of original purchase.
When the purchaser finds the appliance to be defective, he
should promptly contact the proper sales company or national
distributor in the EU/EEA country where this guarantee is
claimed, as indicated in the "Product Service Guide" or the
nearest authorised dealer together with this guarantee and
proof of date of purchase. The purchaser will then be informed
whether:
(i) the sales company or national distributor will handle the
repair service; or
(ii) the sales company or national distributor will arrange for
trans-shipment of the appliance to the EU/EEA country
where the appliance was originally marketed; or
(iii) the purchaser may himself send the appliance to the sales
company or national distributor in the EU/EEA country
where the appliance was originally marketed.
If the appliance is a product model which is normally supplied
by the sales company or national distributor in the country
where it is used by the purchaser, then the appliance, together
with this guarantee card and proof of date of purchase, should
be returned at the purchaser's risk and expense to such sales
company or distributor, which will handle the repair service. In
some countries, the affiliated sales company or national
distributor will designate dealers or certain service centres to
execute the repairs involved.
If the appliance is a product model which is not normally
supplied in the country where used, or if the appliance's
internal or external product characteristics are different from
those of the equivalent model in the country where used, the
sales company or national distributor may be able to have the
guarantee repair service executed by obtaining spare parts
from the country where the appliance was originally marketed,
or it may be necessary to have the guarantee repair service
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executed the sales company or national distributor in the
country where the appliance was originally marketed.
In either case, the purchaser must furnish this guarantee card
and proof of date of purchase. Any necessary transportation,
both of the appliance and of any spare parts, will be at the
purchaser's risk and expense, and there may be a consequent
delay in the repair service.
Where the consumer sends the appliance for repair to the
sales company or national distributor in the country of use of
the appliance, the service will be provided on the same local
terms and conditions (including the period of guarantee
coverage) as prevail for the same model appliance in the
country of use, and not the country of initial sale in the EU/EEA.
Where the consumer sends the appliance for repair to the
sales company or national distributor in the EU/EEA country
where the appliance was originally marketed, the repair service
will be provided on the local terms and conditions prevailing in
the country of initial sale in the EU/EEA.
Some product models require adjustment or adaptation for
proper performance and safe use in different EU/EEA
countries, in accordance with local voltage requirements and
safety or other technical standards imposed or recommended
by applicable regulations. For certain product models, the cost
of such adjustment or adaptation may be substantial and it may
be difficult to satisfy local voltage requirements and safety or
other technical standards. It is strongly recommended that the
purchaser investigates these local technical and safety factors
before using the appliance in another EU/EEA country.
This guarantee shall not cover the cost of any adjustments or
adaptations to meet local voltage requirements and safety or
other technical standards. The sales company or national
distributor may be in a position to make the necessary
adjustments or adaptations to certain product models at the
cost of the purchaser. However, for technical reasons it is not
possible to adjust or adapt all product models to comply with
local voltage requirements and safety or other technical
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standards. Moreover, where adaptations or adjustments are
carried out the performance of the appliance may be affected.
If in the opinion of the sales company or national distributor in
the country where the appliance is used the purchaser has the
necessary adjustments or adaptations to local voltage
requirements and technical or safety standards properly made,
any subsequent guarantee repair service will be provided as
above indicated, provided the purchaser discloses the nature
of the adjustment or adaptation if relevant to the repair. (It is
recommended that the purchaser should not send adapted or
adjusted equipment for repair to the sales company or national
distributor in the country where the appliance was originally
marketed if the repair relates in any way to the adaptation or
adjustment.)
This guarantee shall only be valid in territories subject to the
laws of the European Union and the EEA.
Please keep this guarantee with your receipt.
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Index
A
Active flip .................................. 106
Alarms ...................................... 119
Alert mute ................................... 34
Answering calls .......................... 33
Any key answer ........................ 105
Archive ....................................... 68
Auto answer ............................. 106
Auto redial .................................. 31
B
Backlight time ........................... 101
Battery
Charging .................................. 25
Inserting ................................... 24
Removing ................................. 24
Bookmarks ................................. 88
Brightness ................................ 101
Browser ...................................... 85
Browser options
Advanced ................................. 91
Bookmarks ............................... 88
Enter address ........................... 89
Reload page ............................. 90
Save media .............................. 89
Service Inbox ........................... 90
Set as bookmark ...................... 89
Settings .................................... 91
C
Calculator ................................. 122
Calendar ................................... 123
Call
Answering ................................ 33
Duration ................................. 106
Hold .......................................... 36
Making ..................................... 31
Settings .................................. 104
Call barring ............................... 116
Call diverts ............................... 104
Call log ....................................... 51
Call waiting ............................... 105
Camera ....................................... 74
Cell Broadcast .......................... 112
Chat ............................................ 70
Clock ........................................... 95
Conference ................................. 39
Connectivity settings ................. 108
Contacts ..................................... 45
Continuous shooting ................... 80
Creating a message
MMS ......................................... 62
SMS .......................................... 59
D
Display
Settings .................................. 100
Standby display ........................ 19
Download
Games ............................ 139, 144
Picture files ............................. 134
Sound clips ............................. 136
Video clips .............................. 138
Drafts folder ................................ 68
DTMF .......................................... 37
E
Emergency call ........................... 33
Emoticon list ............................... 60
Error messages ........................ 151
F
Fixed dial .................................. 116
G
Games ...................................... 142
Games folder ............................ 138
GSM network ............................ 113
H
Handsfree talking ........................ 36
Hold ............................................ 36
How to read this manual ............. 12
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Index
I
Icons ........................................... 20
Main menu icons .................... 100
Status icons .............................. 20
Illumination message .................. 59
Illuminations ............................... 96
Inbox .......................................... 64
In-call operations ........................ 36
Indicator/Illumination Light .......... 22
Infrared ..................................... 108
Input method .............................. 40
International dialling ................... 32
K
Key
Backlight ................................... 97
Functions .................................. 16
Keyguard .................................. 98
Quick keys ................................ 17
Settings .................................... 97
Shortcut .................................... 99
Tone ......................................... 97
Volume ..................................... 97
L
Language
Cell Broadcast ........................ 112
Display ..................................... 95
Input ................................... 61, 95
M
Main menu
icons ....................................... 100
Structure ................................... 28
Making calls ............................... 31
Master reset ............................... 99
Memory status
Contacts ................................... 55
My Media ................................ 140
SMS/MMS ................................ 73
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Menu
Displaying the menu ................. 29
Menu selection method ............ 30
Message alert ........................... 102
Messages settings ...................... 71
Missed call notification ................ 34
MMS ........................................... 58
Multi shot mode .......................... 80
Multiple calls operations ............. 38
My dictionary .............................. 42
My number .................................. 54
O
Operator name ......................... 101
Outbox folder .............................. 68
P
Phone
Opening/closing ........................ 27
Overview .................................. 14
Settings .................................... 94
Switching on/off ........................ 27
Picture ........................................ 75
Pictures folder ........................... 130
PIN/PIN2 code .......................... 115
Problems .................................. 149
Profiles ........................................ 94
Q
Quick keys .................................. 17
R
Recent call dialling ...................... 32
Recording a video clip ................ 82
Ringtone ................................... 102
S
Security settings ....................... 115
Self-portrait ................................. 76
Send my number ...................... 106
Sent folder .................................. 68
Service charge .......................... 107
Index
Service numbers ........................ 56
Shortcut keys ............................. 99
Shutdown tone ......................... 103
Silent mode ................................ 35
SIM card
Inserting ................................... 23
Removing ................................. 23
SIM Tool Kit .............................. 119
SMS ........................................... 58
Sound recorder ........................ 121
Sounds & alerts settings .......... 102
Sounds folder ........................... 134
Speed dial .................................. 52
Standby display .......................... 19
Startup tone .............................. 103
Status icons ................................ 20
Symbols used in this manual ..... 11
Synchronisation .................. 53, 110
T
T9® ............................................. 42
Taking a picture .......................... 76
Text entry ................................... 40
Text templates .......................... 139
Themes .................................... 101
Time and date ............................ 95
U
Unsent folder .............................. 68
USB .......................................... 114
V
Vibration alert ........................... 103
Video, record .............................. 82
Videos folder ............................ 137
Voicemail .................................... 70
Volume control ........................... 37
W
Wallpaper ................................. 100
Warning tone ............................ 103
Web mail .................................... 69
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