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BIP-6000

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Copyright

This User’s Manual is protected under the related copyright laws.

This User’s Manual is produced by Bluebird Inc. The company has made every effort to avoid errors and omissions.

Please understand that some parts may not reflect the actual state.

The supplied basic programs are protected under. Reproduction, transfer or deletion of the programs without prior consent is strictly prohibited.

Depending on users’ environments, programs or peripherals, some parts of this Product may not work normally.

This wireless device may cause propagation interference, and so, it cannot be used for life-saving services.

Trademark

PIDION aims for leading brand in the future mobile industry. As a global brand representing the image of reliability, representativeness, and cutting-edge technologies, this mark has been registered by Bluebird Inc. around the world to be protected under trademark-related laws.

User’s guidance

Device type

A-level

(IT device at work)

Type registration

User’s guidance

This device is registered as suitable for electromagnetic wave use at workplace. It should be appropriately considered by dealers or users. If you sell or buy this device by mistake, please replace it with a product for home use.

This wireless device may cause propagation interference, and so, it cannot be used for life-saving services.

Please read warnings and cautious before use.

Contents

BIP-6000

2 Safety Instructions I

3 Safety Instructions II

4 About the product

1. Checking components

2. Checking names of parts

3. Buttons

4. Features

5. Communication spec.

12 Learning basics

1. Mounting/Dismounting battery

2. Inserting/Removing

USIM/USAM card

3. Setting password

4. Inserting/removing

MicroSD card

5. Charging a terminal with a desktop charger

6. How to use 4Slot Cradle

7. About battery

8. Switching On/Off power

9. Communication status indication

10. Adjusting screen

11. Using stylus pen

12. Using earjack

13. Resetting terminal

14. Hard-resetting

15. Using IrDA

28 Using USB cable

29 Connecting ActiveSync

1. Installing ActiveSync

2. Using ActiveSync

34 Using barcode reader

1. Using barcode

2. Scanning barcode

3. Reading barcode

36 Today Screen

1. Viewing Today Screen

2. Setting photo image as the background image

3. Adjusting volume

4. Checking battery

38 Inputting text

1. Selecting Text Input

Mode

2. Block Recognizer

3. Key Pad

4. Keyboard

5. Letter Recognizer

6. Transcriber

41 Phone program

1. Making a call

2. Receiving a call

3. Rejecting calls

4. Ending calls

43 Phonebook

1. Searching phonebook

2. Registering entry

3. Viewing menu

46 Text Message

1. Creating a Text Message

2. Sending a Text Message

3. Viewing Text Messages

4. Managing Draft

Messages

5. Managing Delected

Items

6. Managing Sent

Messages

49 Camera

1. Taking photos

2. Viewing album

52 Settings

1. Setting personal environment

2. Setting system environment

3. Setting connection environment

67 Q & A

68 Knowing the product

70 Customer Service

71 Service Center

Information

73 Warranty Certificate

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Safety Instructions I

Read these instructions and warnings to use the Product in a safe manner and to prevent accidents.

Cautions in relation with batteries

Batteries may explode when damaged, impacted, heated, flooded or taken apart with a gimlet. Make sure to keep the batteries out of reach of children or pets.

Do not use the Product in the area with the risk of explosion.

If the Product is wet, do not put it in a device that may heat the terminal (heater, microwave oven, etc.). Heating batteries may cause an explosion, deformation or fault. (Water or any other liquid will change the color of the label inside the terminal. In this case, no warranty service will be provided.)

Safety Guideline

Do not use the Product on an airplane or in a hospital.

Do not operate the Product or search a phone number while driving a car. If it is unavoidable, please use a hands-free kit or stop the car.

Batteries may become deformed and get in trouble if they are left in a hot and sealed place such as on a dashboard of a car under the direct sun light.

Make sure that battery terminals (metal part) should not contact with any conductive materials like a necklace or coin.

Also make sure that batteries should not be damaged by teeth or a nail. Impact may cause an explosion of batteries.

Use dedicated batteries only and do not use the batteries for any other purpose than operating this Product. Using an inauthentic battery may reduce life of the Product, or cause an explosion. (In this case, no warranty service will be provided.)

Make sure to use the adapter or the standard charger supplied with this Product. Using an inauthentic charger may reduce life of batteries or cause an explosion. (In this case, no warranty service will be provided.)

Caution in relation with Laser Scanner

Do not flashing scanner light in human and animal’s eyes. It could cause the damage of retina and amblyopia.

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Safety Instructions II

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Read these instructions carefully to keep yourself safe and to avoid loss of property.

1. This Product is EMC-compliant. For safety and health, use the authentic parts supplied by the manufacturer. Any inauthentic part may affect safety.

2. Do not press the power button when the Product is wet.

Touching the adapter or power cord with wet hands may cause an electric shock.

3. Do not modify, disassemble or repair the Product at your discretion. Manufactor if there is a problem in the Product.

Also, make sure to follow the warnings and Instructions. If you fail to follow any of the above instructions, no warranty service will be provided.

4. Record the data in the Product and keep it in a separate place. Data stored in the Product may be deleted during repairing or upgrading the Product. So, make sure to back up important data. (Bells, text/voice messages and characters are initialized.)

5. Do not use this Product in a hot or humid place. Using the

Product under a hot/humid temperature such as rain or sauna may cause a trouble. In this case, no warranty service will be provided.

6. Keep this Product away from magnetic products such as credit card, telephone card, bankbook and traffic ticket. The magnetic field of the terminal may affect the data.

7. Avoid vibration and impact. When not in operation or when you are absent, pull out the power cord, and keep the

Product in a safe place.

8. Avoid any dusty place, and keep the power cord away from any heating device. When cleaning the Product, pull out the power cord first. Dust off the pins of the power plug.

9. When storing a battery for a long period of time, recharge it and keep it at a room temperature. Even a fully charged battery will suffer reduced life due to the characteristics of the battery.

10. Painting this Product may damage appearance or display, or may cause a fault. Peeled-off paint may cause allergies depending on the physical conditions. In this case, stop using the Product and see a doctor.

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About the product

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Checking components

The images in this User’s Manual may not reflect the color and shape of the actual product.

Please contact the Customer Care Center if you wish to purchase any additional or optional products.

[ Desktop Cradle ] [ Battery ] [ Stylus Pen ]

[ BIP-6000 Main Body ]

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[ Adapter ] [ USB cable ] [ Spring Wire ]

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Checking names of parts

Barcode Scanner Window

Stylus

Pen

Power Button

Speaker

Side

Scanner

Button

Power LED

Communication

LED

LCD Screen

Front Scanner Button

Direction/Call/End/

Number/Character/

Function Buttons

Microphone

USB Cable Connector

Stylus Pen Strap/

Hand Strap Holder - Top

Flash

Camera

Speaker

Earphone

Jack

Reset Button

Side

Scanner

Button

Battery

Battery Fixing Pin

IrDA

Hand Strap Holder

- Bottom

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About the product

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Buttons

Button Description

During a call

Used to adjust call volume during a call.

(Right : Volume up / Left : Volume down)

Camera button

Press this button during a camera function to take a photo or video.

Button Description

Call button

Used to start the phone program. If you press this button once while using the phone program, a call is made to the last party in the call list.

Press ‘Send’ button on the keypad to connect

Internet Explore. (WLAN only termninal)

End button

Ends the phone program. You can finish a call by pressing this button during the call.

You can also exit an application program.

Press and hold (at least 3 sec) this button to switch off the phone function.

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Button Description

SHIFT button

Used to switch between Lowercase/

Uppercase English alphabet. (The default is

Lowercase English.)

If you press this button once and then an alphabet key, the uppercase of the key is entered. Then, input mode is switched to the lowercase.

If you press this key twice, the input mode is remained in the Uppercase like Caps Lock until you release it.

To release the Caps Lock, you need to press the SHIFT key twice.

Space button

The cursor moves to the right, leaving an empty space.

It works like the Space key in computer.

Button Description

BKSP button

The cursor moves backward, erasing the letters.

It works like the Back Space key in computer.

If you press and hold (at least 3 sec) this button, the letters are deleted one by one promptly and continuously.

Enter button

Changes lines in the text input mode.

This button works like the Enter key in computer.

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Buttons

- NUMERIC

Button Description

Mode change button

Used to switch the input character between

Korean/English Uppercase/English

Lowercase. If you press the mode switch button in the number mode, English

Lowercase alphabets and symbols are displayed.

The default is Numeric. Alphabets and symbols are activated until you press the mode change button again.

Light button

Press this button to set the Function key.

If you press and hold this button for over

2 seconds, the LCD display light is switched

On/Off. The Display On or Off status is maintained until you press the button again.

Button Description

Window button

Press this button to enable the function keys. Press and hold this button for over

2 seconds, and the start menu window appears.

* button

Press and hold this button for over 3 seconds to switch between Vibration/Ringer modes.

# button

On the Phone main window, # is entered.

On the windows other than the Phone

the phone is locked.

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Button Description

F1 ~ F5 buttons

This function is user programmable.

See p.48 for details.

Numeric / Alphabet button

The default is Numeric.

Used to enter numbers or alphabets.

Reset button

All the programs in use are closed and the system is rebooted.

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Buttons

- QWERTY

Button

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Description

Alphabet button

Used to enter alphabets or symbols.

Numeric button

The default is Alphabet.

Used to enter numbers or alphabets or symbol.

Window button

Press and hold this button for over 2 seconds, and the start menu from any application without tapping the screen.

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Buttons

- QWERTY

Button Description

TAB button

The Tab key moves the cursor to the next tab stop or the next field (on a form).

Mode change button

Change the character mode to numeral, lower case or symbols.

F1 ~ F4 buttons

This function is user programmable.

See p.48 for details.

Button Description

Light button

If you press and hold this button for over

2 seconds, the LCD display light is switched

On/Off.

The Display On or Off status is maintained until you press the button again.

Star button

Produces an asterisk.

If you press and hold this button for over 3 seconds, the phone is vibrated on.

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Features

Item

CPU

OS

RAM

ROM

DISPLAY

Description

PXA 320, 806MHZ

WEH 6.1

256MB

512MB

3.5” QVGA TFT-LCD/3.5” VGA TFT-LCD

USB 2.0 (Full speed)

Host & Client,

BATTERY Rechargeable, 3.7V 4400mAh, Li-ion

SIZE

WEIGHT

80(W) x 160(H) x 35.5(D)mm

410g (incl. a hand strap)

ADAPTER 5V 3A

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Communication spec.

Item

HSDPA

Wireless

Lan

Bluetooth

Description

Frequency : TX (1922.4MHz~1977.6MHz)

RX (2112.4MHz~2167.6MHz)

Frequency stability : within ±200Hz

Antenna power : 250mW

Propagation type : G7W, D7W

Modulation method : QPSK/BPSK(FDD)

Frequency : 2412MHz~2472MHz

No. of channels : 13

Antenna power : 10mW/MHz

Propagation type : GID, D2D

Modulation method : DSSS/CCK(802.11b),

CCK/OFDM(802.11g)

Frequency : 2402MHz~2480MHz

No. of channels : 79

Antenna power : 20uW

Propagation type : F1D

Modulation method: GFSK

13.56MHZ

RFID

Frequency : 13.56Mhz

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Learning basics

1

Mounting/Dismounting battery

Mounting a battery

1

Place the battery and push in to the arrow direction.

2

Turn the battery pins inside to fix the battery.

Dismounting a battery

1

Switch off PDA.

2

Turn the battery pins outside to remove the battery.

3

Lift off the battery to the arrow direction.

Before removing a battery, make sure to switch off the terminal.

An abrupt power shutoff may result in a trouble.

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Inserting/Removing USIM/USAM card

Inserting a USIM/

USAM card

Insert a USIM/USAM card to the arrow direction.

Removing a USIM/

USAM card

Remove a USIM/USAM card to the arrow direction.

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Inserting/Removing USIM/USAM card

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About USIM card?

USIM (Universal Subscriber Identity Module) is a user identification card which is inserted into a W-CDMA phone.

This card integrating the SIM card containing subscriber information and the Universal IC Card

(UICC) containing communication and banking function provides various functions including user authentication, global roaming, and e-transaction.

This chip is required for communication with the 3rd generation WCDMA terminals. You can use this card in voice mobile call including international roaming and e-commerce service regardless of type of terminal and communication service provider.

About USAM card?

The security application module is equipped in the smart card. Being equipped inside the card reader, it authenticates the card and the terminal, encrypts communication data to protect information, and authorizes and verifies communication messages.

The module stores electronic value transferred from the card, and has the SAM for card authentication in the program for e-commerce.

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Setting password

In order to prevent your USIM card from being used by another person, you need to lock your

USIM card.

Setting a PIN code

Start

Phone

Menu Tab

Options...Security Tab

Click [PIN required for telephone use], enter 4~8 digit-password, and click [ok].

Cautions

PIN code is a password used to protect the data in a

USIM card. The default PIN code is <0000>, and you can change it as you like.

PUK code is an 8-digit code which resets 3 consecutive PIN input errors. The PUK code is written on the envelope or the body of the USIM card. Note that the USIM card is disabled if you enter incorrect

PUK codes for 10 consecutive times.

The USIM card is permanently disabled if you enter incorrect PIN codes for 3 consecutive times or incorrect PUK code for 10 consecutive times. In this case, you need to purchase a new card. Please visit the nearest dealer if you forget your PIN and PUK.

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Inserting/removing MicroSD card

MicroSD card is a micro flash memory media which is used to store and move data.

Inserting MicroSD card

Push in a memory card to the arrow direction on the SD card slot until it is completely inserted.

Removing MicroSD card

If you push the memory card in, it springs out.

Then, pull out the card.

Precautions

Make sure to push in the memory card completely.

If it is not inserted completely, the device cannot recognize the memory card.

In order to remove the memory card, push the inserted memory card once, and the card springs out slightly. Then, pull out the memory card. Applying excessive force to remove the memory card will result in a fault of the device.

Removing the memory card or shutting power off while using a memory card may result in loss of data, or malfunction of the card and the terminal.

Make sure to back up critical data in the computer.

The manufacturer resumes no responsibility for loss of data in the device.

If the memory card gets stuck to the device, do not remove the card by force, but visit the nearest after-sales service center. And then, replace or return the card to the dealer from which you purchased the card.

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Charging a terminal with a desktop charger

Place the terminal on the desktop charger, and connect the adapter to the adapter jack on the rear side of the desktop charger.

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Use the dedicated adapter for maximum safety and effectiveness.

Power cables are sold separately. Please contact the Customer Care Center if you wish to buy one.

< Rear side of desktop charger >

Adapter jack

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How to use Four Slot Cradle

∙ PDA equipped with a charge, as shown in the cradle after connecting the adapter and power cable.

∙Four PDA can be charged simultaneously.

∙Must be charged using a dedicated adapter.

∙ 4400mAh (standard) battery, 7 hours after the buffer.

High capacity (5200mAh)

6-1.

Checking names of parts

Slot

LED Indicator

Location

Active Sync

Indicator LED

PC Connect button

LED Indicator Location

State of charge, please refer to the “battery” Learn

PC Connect button

DC POWER

5V Ethe rnet 1

Ethernet 2

USB

Each PC connected to the slot button is pressed, the handset activesync or MDC PC and connect through.

※ Connected to one PC at a time, please.

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DC POWER 5V Ethernet 1 Ethernet 2 USB

DC POWER

5V Ethe rnet 1

Ether

USB net 2

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DC POWER

5V

Ethernet 1

Etherne t 2

USB

Four Slot Spare Battery

Charger

Four Slot Spare Battery Charger

Simultaneous terminals and battery fitted after the handset first

(Simultaneous terminals and the battery charging does not.)

DC IN Adapter

DC POWER 5V Ethernet 1 Ethernet 2 USB

Ethernet 1 Ethernet 2

How to use

Ethernet Hub select one of the two ports.

LAN line connection and connect to other Ethernet cradle.

Ethernet only available without using a hub function connect any LAN port on the line does not matter anymore.

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6-2. Ethernet setting

Written that is based on BIP6000 WM6.1

※ Slightly depending on the version you are using may differ from the screen image, but the functionality is the same.

1 Install Ethernet driver in PIDION (copy->install)

2 Check the network adapter, Infineon 851X series USB-to-LAN

Adapter or Davicom Fast Ethernet Adapter over USB.

Bluebird a Web site to access the model of [Driver] to download and install.

- There are two Ethernet Adaptors like “Infineon 851X series

USB-to-LAN Adapter” and “Davicom Fast Ethernet Adapter over USB”

- If Ethernet Cradle produced before July, 2011, the Ethernet

Adaptor is “Infineon 851X series USB-to-LAN Adapter”

- If Ethernet Cradle produced after July, 2011, the Ethernet

Adaptor is “Davicom Fast Ethernet Adapter over USB”

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3 Configure network (IP address and so forth) settings

Use server-assigned IP address (DHCP sevrer)

Use specific IP address (static IP address)

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4 Install PIDION onto Ethernet Cradle

5 Ethernet Cradle must be connected charger (power supply)

6 Connect Ethernet Cable to LAN Port (RJ45)

7 Finish

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About battery

Standby time (extended battery) : at least 168 hours

Talk time (extended battery) : at least 8 hours

Capacity (extended battery) : 4400mA

Charging indication lamp

Battery operating time

Continuous talk time

Continuous standby time

At least 8 hours

At least 168 hours

Battery charging time

Time Within 5 hours

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In order to prevent damage of battery power, the modem is switched off automatically. Please charge the battery.

The continuous talk time and standby time are measured under the actual environment, but may vary depending on the usage type.

Charging status indication

Charging lamp

In charging

Red

Charging finished

Green

The charging indication lamp on the desktop charger and the terminal are switched to green when charging is finished. The battery will not be damaged if charging is continued.

The time required for charging is depending on the charging status. If the charging time gets shorter by half, you need to purchase a new battery.

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Switching On/Off power

You can switch on/off power by pressing the [Power] button on the upper part of the terminal.

Power Button

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Communication status indication

For the terminals which support WCDMA communication, you can view the GSM or WCDMA 1xEVDO communication status with the [Communication status indication lamp] on the upper right side of the terminal.

Communication status indication lamp

For the terminals which support GSM communication,

the lamp indicates the GSM communication status.

For the terminals which support WCDMA 1xEVDO,

the lamp indicates the WCDMA

1xEVDO communication status.

The wireless LAN status is not indicated with the lamp.

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Adjusting screen

You can set the stylus pen input value on the LCD screen.

Setting screen

Start

Settings

System Tab

Screen

Align Screen

Point the target in the center of the screen with the stylus pen.

As the target moves to left top, left bottom, right bottom and right top, point the target accurately.

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Using stylus pen

Use a stylus pen to select/execute/move a target on the screen. The stylus pen is attached in the top right of the terminal.

Tap

You can touch icons on the screen with the stylus pen to select or execute the icon as you click the left mouse button.

Drag

Used to select multiple items. You can select characters or images as you drag the mouse pointer.

Tap and Hold

Used to view the functions of the selected item.

If you tap and hold with the stylus pen, a menu pops up as you select an item and click the right mouse button.

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• It is strongly recommended to use screen protector film everytime.

If the touch panel is used without screen protector film it will worn sooner.

• Never use other object than stylus pen to use the touch panel

Sharp object like ballpoint pen or pencil will cause serious damage to the touchpanel.

• Never push the touch panel more than necessary.

Too much force will cause permanent damage to the touch panel.

• Do not scratch the touch panel. Scratches will cause improper operation.

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Using earjack

You can use an earphone by removing the earphone cover on the right top of the terminal and inserting the earphone to the jack.

Earjack cover

Earjacks are sold as optional items. Please contact the Customer Care Center if you wish to buy one.

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Resetting terminal

Press the [Reset] button on the back of the terminal slightly with the stylus pen.

Reset button

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Hard-resetting

To hard reset the terminal, you should press the button and the button at the same time.

If there is a collision between programs or a program is stopped due to an unexpected situation, you may use the soft reset function. It is like rebooting a computer. Any information that is not saved is lost.

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Hard-reset is used when the terminal doesn’t respond to soft-reset. Hard-reset initializes the terminal to factory default.

Note that hard-reset deletes all programs, documents and settings in the memory (RAM).

Bluebird assumes no responsibility for loss of data and program. Therefore, you should back up critical data and programs before hardresetting the terminal.

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Using IrDA

Place the terminals, with IrDA ports facing to each other. (The nearer between the ports, the communication rate increases.)

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Procedures of using IrDA port

1

Select

Start

Settings

Connections Tab

Wireless Communication.

2

Select <Receive all wireless data>, and click [ok].

3

Check the data to be sent, and select Menu

Wireless Communication.

4

Check the corresponding IrDA port and touch the

LCD.

IrDA port

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Using USB cable

StartSettings

Connections Tab ►

USB to PC

You can use various USB peripherals connected with the terminal by selecting [Use advanced network function].

This menu is enabled as the peripherals are connected with the terminal through USB cables.

[USB to PC] increases consumption of battery power. You can save battery by deselecting this function when you don’t use any peripherals.

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Connecting ActiveSync

1

Installing ActiveSync

To connect the terminal with PC, you need to install the [Microsoft ActiveSync] program in your PC.

If the [MicroSoft ActiveSync] program is already installed in your PC, you don’t need to install the program again.

The screenshots are for the Korean version of

[Microsoft ActiveSync 4.5].

The images may vary depending on the version of [Microsoft ActiveSync], but the functions are the same.

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Download [Microsoft ActiveSync] from the website of Microsoft, and install the program in the PC.

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Connecting ActiveSync

1

Installing ActiveSync

- 2

2

On the [License Agreement] window, select <Agree>

► On the [Customer Information] window, fill in the <User Name> and <Company> field ► On the [Target Folder] window, select the <Installation

Location>.

3

The [Microsoft ActiveSync] is installed when installation process is ready.

4

The [Microsoft ActiveSync] program is installed.

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Using ActiveSync

The screenshots are for the [Windows Mobile] version. The images may vary depending on the version of the software.

Window images for [Windows CE] are different from the samples, but the functions are the same with those of [Windows Mobile].

You must connect the terminal to PC or notebook first to use [MicroSoft ActiveSync].

You can copy/paste files, or install/uninstall programs through synchronization with the terminal.

USB cables are sold separately. Please contact the Customer Care Center if you wish to buy one.

1

Place the terminal on the desktop charger, and connect the charger or the terminal with the computer through the USB cable.

(Back of the desktop charger)

Adapter jack USB cable jack

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Connecting ActiveSync

2

Using ActiveSync

- 2

2

When the terminal is connected with the computer successfully, the [Microsoft ActiveSync] program is started automatically. Click the [Search] button.

3

The <Mobile Devices> folder shows the image, music or document folders in the terminal. You can save the files in the computer.

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Precautions in using ActiveSync

The message “Unknown Device” pops up after the computer detects the USB device

This message may be displayed when you switch on the terminal as it is mounted on the desktop charger.

If you dismount the terminal and then mount it back to the charger, the ActiveSync program works properly.

The message “Connecting…” continues

Dismount the terminal from the desktop charger to disconnect it from the computer.

On [ActiveSync], select File ► Set Connection ►

<Allow USB Connection>, and then, click [ok]. Connect the terminal again.

If connection attempts continue to fail and the message “Unknown Hardware Device” pos up

Abnormal status of the USB host in the computer may result in connection fail. Remove the terminal from the desktop charger, reboot the computer, and then, return the terminal to the desktop charger.

The terminal does not work when you remove and return the battery

To prevent this problem, you should press the [Power] button or select [Exit] in the Start menu with the stylus pen so that Windows Mobile (or Windows CE) should

“Exits System” before you remove the battery.

If you had to remove the battery due to an unavoidable situation, and the terminal does not work properly, press the button and the time for hard-reset.

button at the same

Note that hard-resetting deletes data from the memory.

Only the data in the file storage are preserved.

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Using barcode reader

1

Using barcode

You can scan barcodes by pressing the [Barcode] button on the side or front of the terminal.

Barcode button

2

Scanning barcode

When you scan barcodes, maintain the correct distance (10cm) and angle between a barcode and the barcode scanner window.

Correct scanning angle Incorrect scanning angle

When you use barcodes in a specific program, contact the developer of the program for details.

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Reading barcode

Start

Programs

Notes

On <Notes>, select [New] button and read a barcode. Then, the barcode data are displayed.

If you read a barcode as <Notes> is open, the barcode is saved automatically in [Notes].

If you read a barcode as <Notes> is shut, because the data is not saved, you should select [New] and [Menu], and then, [Paste].

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Today Screen

1

Viewing Today Screen

Terminal states such as [Start],

[Wi-Fi], [Com Status], [Volume] and [Battery] are indicated on the top of the screen.

Depending on the settings,

[Today Screen] may display

[Date], [Time], [Wireless Access

Setting], [User Info.], [Message],

[Work], [Schedule] or [Lock

Status].

See p.50 for details.

You can set the [Start] menu as you like.

See p.48 for details.

2

Setting photo image as the background image

You can set the photo taken by yourself as the background image.

1

Select

Start

Programs

Pictures and Videos

Show

My Documents

My Pictures.

2

Select the [Menu] button in the right bottom of the screen.

3

Select [Set as Today

Background...].

4

Select the transparency level of the background image, and select [ok].

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3

Adjusting volume

You can adjust volume of the folder/menu selecting tone or the ringer.

Select in the top right of the screen, select Setting, and you can adjust system/ringer volume.

If you select Vibration, the terminal is switched into the vibration mode. If you select

Release, the terminal is switched into the mute mode.

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Checking battery

Select in the top right of the screen, and you can check the battery status.

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Inputting text

1

Selecting Text Input Mode

There are five different character input methods available.

2

Block Recognizer

This input method uses the traditional writing area box split in the middle.

The left side is used to write letters and the right side is for number entry.

Symbols and common functions are located in other smaller boxes located in the right of the writing box area.

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3

Key Pad

Input letter or number by terminal keyboard if choose

Key Pad on terminal screen shown as below image.

See Buttons on page 6~10.

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Keyboard

This input method displays an on-screen keyboard that can be used to input characters by tapping the screen using the stylus pen.

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Inputting text

5

Letter Recognizer

This option allows you to enter text using your own handwriting.

The screen is divided into three different areas. A capital letter area, small letter area, and a number area.

Characters are entered by printing letters in each area. The character is then analyzed and typed on the screen automatically.

6

Transcriber

The transcriber option is similar to the letter recognizer, except instead of entering characters into a designated area, you can enter entire words and sentences using your own handwriting.

Transcriber supports both printing and cursive writing styles and then automatically types the information on the screen.

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Phone program

1

Making a call

Execute the phone program by selecting the [Phone] button, enter a telephone number, and press the [Call] button to make a call.

Redialing

If you press the [Call] button without entering a phone number, the terminal automatically makes a call to the last call party.

: Cancel numbers one by one.

: You can make a call with speed dial number.

If you select menu in the bottom right of the speed-dial screen, you can add/edit/delete speed-dial numbers. (You can save up to 98 speed-dial numbers.)

: You can view the list of received calls/originated calls/missed calls.

: Enter a phone number and press this button to make a call.

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Receiving a call

If the terminal rings and a call receiving message is displayed, click the [Call] button or select the [Answer] button in the bottom of the screen.

The calling party information message can be indicated differently from the one of normal phones.

The phone functions are the same as the normal phones.

Refer to p.21 if you wish to use an earphone.

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Phone program

3

Rejecting calls

Select the [Ignore] button in the bottom of the screen or press the

[End] button on the keypad to cut off an incoming call.

4

Ending calls

Select the [End] button in the bottom of the screen or press the

[End] button on the keypad to automatically end a call.

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Phonebook

1

Searching phonebook

1

Select the [Phonebook] button in the bottom right of the

Today Screen, or select Start

Contacts.

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2

Registering entry

1

Select the [New] button in the bottom left of the Phonebook screen.

2

Enter a name in the [Enter a

Name...] field to search for the phone number.

2

Select the type of phone number.

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Phonebook

2

Registering entry

- 2

3

Enter all the fields, and select

[ok] in the top right of the screen to register the entry in the phonebook.

3

Viewing menu

Select the [Menu] button in the bottom right of the Phonebook window.

Edit : You can edit the existing phone number.

Send Contact : You can send a phone number through wireless communication.

Copy/Delete Contact : You can copy/delete the selected phone number.

View By : You can set the display standard of phone number by name / Company.

Filter : You can set filters for display.

Select Contacts : You can select Several / All.

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If you press and hold the selected phonebook entry, you can use various menus.

Call Work/Home/Mobile : A call is made to the registered number.

Send E-mail : An e-mail is sent to the registered e-mail address.

Send Text Message : An SMS message is sent to the registered number.

Copy Contact : You can copy the selected entry.

Delete Contact : You can delete the selected entry.

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Text Message

1

Creating a Text Message

Start

Messaging

Text

Messages or on the Today screen, tap

Messages.

Go to Text Message screen, tap

[Menu] and select [New] or Go to Phone screen, Select a contact name from Call History.

Tap Menu and Select tap

Contacts and select [Send Text

Message]

Tap Inbox on Text Message screen.

Inbox shows Deleted Items/

Drafts/Outbox/sent Items folders

2

Sending a Text Message

Start

Messaging

Text

Messages

Outbox

After creating Text message including masaage receiver, tap Send on the Text Messages screen.

On the Text Messages screen, tap Menu and select [Add

Recipient...] to add massage receiver.

Maximum 18 people can be added to message reciever.

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3

Viewing Text messages

Checking a text message from

‘Inbox’ folder.

StartMessaging

Text

Messages

Inbox

Choose receiving message from

Inbox to view the text message.

Tap Received the text message at least 2 second to Reply/

Delect/forward.

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Managing Draft messages

A creating message will be stored automatically in Draft folder if error is occured in sending a message.

StartMessaging

Text

Messages

Drafts

Tap the draft message at least 2 second to Reply/Delect/forward.

Tap the draft message to edit the message and resend.

After sending a message, the message will be removed automatically from Drafts folder.

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Text Message

5

Managing Delected Items

A deleted message will be stored automatically in Deleted Items folder.

Find the deleted message from

StartMessaging

Text

Messages

Deleted Items

6

Managing Sent Messages

A sent message will be stored automatically in Sent Items folder.

Find the deleted message from

StartMessaging

Text

Messages

Sent Items

Tap the sent message at least 2 second to Reply/Delect/forward.

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Camera

1

Taking photos

Start

Programs

Camera

If you press the [Barcode] button in the center of the terminal as

Camera is enabled, the terminal takes an Still/Video.

Barcode button

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If you press the [Barcode] button, the terminal takes the Still/Video and automatically saves the

Still/Video in the album.

Menu

Video : Switches into video recording.

Mode : You can select Normal/

Burst/Timer.

Resolution : 480×640/600×800/

768×1024/1536×2048.

Flash : Select/deselect flash function.

Full Screen : The display is extended to the entire screen.

Options... : You can select

Name/Folder/Size of files.

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Camera

1

Taking photos

- 2

By selecting the [Menu] button, you can select Delete, Send,

Beam, Set as Today Background,

Zoom, Edit, Properties, Options,

Send to your space for the

Still/Video.

2

Viewing album

Start

Programs

Camera

Thumbnails

You can extend/reduce the selected Still/Video, or check information on the Still/Video.

The terminal may get off or switch into the standby mode in case the battery is low.

If the camera is not used for 1 min, the terminal switches into the standby mode.

The video function may be different from this User’s Manual according to the camera program.

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By selecting the [Menu] button, you can select Zoom, Play Slide

Show, Set as Today Background,

Beam picture, Save, Edit,

Properties, Options or Send to your space for the selected

Still/Video.

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Settings

1

Setting personal environment

Buttons

You can set the short-cut key functions for <F1 ~ F5> buttons on the terminal.

Start

Settings

Personal

Tab ►

Buttons

Setting short-cut key allocation program

Select a button, and select the program you wish to allocate to the selected button.

Available programs

In addition to basic programs, you can allocate all programs installed by yourself.

Menus

You can register the frequently used programs in the

[Start] menu.

Start

Settings

Personal

Tab ►

Menus

All the available programs are displayed on the checklist. The checked programs are indicated on the [Start] menu on the title bar. (You can check up to 7 programs.)

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Sounds & Notifications

Sounds Tab

You can select whether to use notification tones for

Events, Programs, Screen taps, Hardware buttons.

Start

Settings

Personal

Tab ►

Sounds & Notifications

As you select items, sounds and notifications are set for the items, and the terminal notifies you of status or event with sound.

Notifications Tab

You can select the sound method and notification tone for status or event.

Start

Settings

Personal

Tab ► Sounds & Notifications

Notifications Tab

You can select Ring type and

Ring tone for status or event, including phone, wireless network, alert and ActiveSync.

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Settings

1

Setting personal environment

- 2

Owner Information

You can set owner information or memo.

Start

Settings

Personal

Tab ►

Owner Information

You can register user Name,

Company, Address, Telephone,

E-mail and Notes, and select if they are to be displayed when the terminal is switched on.

Today

Appearance Tab

You can select an image in the terminal as the background of Today screen.

Start

Settings

Personal

Tab ►

Today

1

Select [Use this picture as the background], and select the

[Browse] button.

2

Select the [Folder] in which the desired photo is stored.

3

Select the picture file [Type].

4

Select the picture file and press the [ok] button.

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Items Tab

You can select items to be displayed on the Today screen.

Start

Settings

Personal

Tab ► TodayItems Tab

The selected items on the list are displayed on Today screen. You can change the order of display of the items with the [Move

Up]/[Move Down] button.

Input

You can select the text input method or the voice recording format.

Start

Settings

Personal

Tab ►

Input

If you select Option for

Handwriting, you can make setting for Handwriting layout for left hander / Three handwriting input boxes / Restriction of handwriting recognition time.

Options Tab

You can select the voice recording format.

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Settings

1

Setting personal environment

- 3

Lock

Password Tab

Use this function to protect data by setting the terminal to request password every time it is switched on.

Start

Settings

Personal

Tab ►

Lock

Enter the password in the

Password field, and enter it again for confirmation.

Select [Prompt if device unused for], and enter time.

The password should be 4 ~ 8 digits, and repeated numbers

(e.g., [1111]) or sequential numbers (e.g., [1234]) is not allowed.

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If [Prompt if device unused for] is selected, if the terminal is left unused for the designated time, the following window pops up.

Enter the password, and select

[Unlock] in the bottom of the screen.

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Hint Tab

Enter the words which will help you remembering your password.

A [Hint] window pops up if you fail to enter the correct password for 4 consecutive times.

Phone

Start

Settings

Personal

Tab ► PhonePhone Tab

Ring type : You can select Ring

/ Increasing ring / Ring once

/ Vibrate / Vibrate and ring /

Vibrate then ring / None.

Ring tone : You can select a bell.

Keypad : You can set the keypad tone from Long tones / Short tones / Off.

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Settings

1

Setting personal environment

- 4

Phone

- 2

Security Tab

You can set a password for USIM card to prevent unauthorized use when it is lost or stolen.

StartSettingsPersonal

Tab ► PhoneSecurity Tab

Select [Require PIN when phone is use], enter 4~8 digit password, and select [ok].

To change your password, select

[Change PIN].

See p. 15 for details.

2

Setting system environment

Memory

Current status of memory (In use, Free) is displayed.

StartSettingsSystem Tab

Memory

You can find Total / In use / Free for memory storage and program.

Storage Card Tab

You can find the status (In use

/ Free) of the MicroSD memory and ProgramStore.

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External GPS

Program Tab

Select the port to be used by the program to import the

GPS data.

StartSettingsSystem Tab

External GPS

All the programs which use GPS can communicate through this port.

Hardware Tab

Designate the hardware port with which the GPS device is to be connected.

Access Tab

If you select [Manage GPS automatically], GPS data from multiple programs can be imported at the same time.

Task Manager

The list of the programs in use and the memory status are displayed.

StartSettingsSystem Tab

Task Manager

With the menu, you can exit all or specific programs.

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Settings

2

Setting system environment

- 2

Backlight

Battery Power Tab / External Power Tab

You can set the LED Off time after which the LED should be turned off automatically if no key action has been made.

StartSettingsSystem Tab

Lighting

Battery Power

Tab / External Power Tab

The shorter the LED Off time, the battery life extends longer.

The LED is turned on when you press any button or touch the screen.

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StartSettingsSystem Tab

Lighting

Keypad Tab

The shorter the [LED Lighting

Time], the battery life extends longer.

The keypad remains off if no

[LED Lighting Time] is selected.

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StartSettingsSystem Tab

Lighting

Brightness Tab

The nearer to [Dim], the longer the battery life extends.

Remove Programs

The list of programs installed personally or by the company, except the basic programs, is displayed.

StartSettingsSystem Tab

Remove Programs

Select the program you wish to uninstall, and then, select the

[Remove] button.

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Settings

2

Setting system environment

- 3

Screen

General Tab

Switch the screen to Portrait / Landscape (righthanded) / Landscape (left-handed).

StartSettingsSystem Tab

Screen

If you select the [Align Screen] button, you can reset the stylus pen points.

See p.20 for details.

Text Size Tab

The text size displayed on the screen can be set by 5 steps.

3

Setting connection environment

Bluetooth

Devices Tab

Set the Bluetooth Device (Bluetooth printer, card reader, etc.) for communication with the terminal.

StartSettings

Connections Tab ►

Bluetooth

1

Search Bluetooth device at near to select [Add New

Hardware].

2

Choose the Bluetoothe device to connect and select [Next].

3

Select [Finish] after confirming the chosen device name.

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StartSettings

Connections Tab ► Bluetooth

Mode Tab

Turn on Bluetooth :

Select whether to use the

Bluetooth device. To extend the battery life, you should uncheck this option.

Make this device visible to

other devices : This option allows BIP-6000 to be searched by other devices.

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COM Ports Tab

Select the COM port to be connected with the

Bluetooth device.

StartSettings

Connections Tab ► Bluetooth

COM Ports Tab

The pairing method is different for every Bluetooth devices. Please read the manual for other Bluetooth devices.

Just one at a time, by connecting the equipment used.

Turn off the device when connected to other equipment connected.

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Settings

3

Setting connection environment

- 2

USB to PC

You can set the communication environment with PC.

StartSettings

Connections Tab ►

USB to PC

Computers adopting the tunneling VPN can make a connection with the terminal through RNDIS. In this case, uncheck [Enable advanced network functionality] before attempting to connect.

If [ActiveSync] is not started when the terminal is connected with PC normally, you should select [Enable advanced network functionality].

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Wi-Fi

You can set the Wi-Fi wireless Internet.

StartSettings

Connections Tab ►

Wi-Fi

You can set the Wi-Fi environment for access with AP

(Access Points) through wireless

Internet.

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Setting wireless Internet

1

Select Wi-Fi on the Wireless Manager window.

Then the list of nearby APs is displayed.

2

Select an AP on the wireless networks list, and select the [Connect] button.

If APs list is not displayed, set the connection manually.

1

On the Wireless Network Configuration window, select [Add].

2

Enter the AP name on the [Network Name] field, and select [Next].

3

After selecting [Next], check [Provide key automatically], and select [Next].

4

Select [Finish], and the selected AP is displayed in the wireless networks list.

5

Select the [Connect] button to connect the wireless

LAN.

Wireless Manager

StartSettingsConnections Tab ►

Wireless

Manager

You can select [All] to enable/disable three functions at the same time, or select [Wi-Fi] / [Bluetooth] / [Phone] for independent enabling/disabling.

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Settings

3

Setting connection environment

- 3

Wireless Manager

- 2

When you enable this function, you can set the details of this function.

When you disable this function, you can set the function independently by selecting the [Menu] button in the bottom right of the screen.

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Q & A

BIP-6000

Q

The terminal is wet. What can I do?

A

Detach the battery from the terminal and dry it. If the terminal still doesn’t work after it is dried for a certain period of time, it is required to replace the main board and other parts.

Q

The terminal fails to boot.

A

The program might have been damaged. Reset the terminal, and if the problem continues, contact the

Customer Care Center.

Q

The battery is not charged.

A

Make sure that the terminal is properly connected with the desktop charger, and check if the lamp works properly. Rub off the charging terminal clean.

If it is not charged normally, it can because of aging or failure of the battery. (Warranty period for a battery is 6 months.)

Q

How can I ask for after-sales service?

A

Please send the product to the Customer Care

Center in the head office through a pre-paid delivery service. Upon repairing the product, we will send you the product through a pre-paid delivery service.

Q

Can I check if the terminal is sent accurately?

A

You can get the invoice number from the Customer

Care Center in the head office. Contact the delivery service to find out the current location of the terminal.

Q

The battery goes dead too soon.

A

Peripherals such as barcode reader and printer will consume a large amount of battery power. If this phenomenon continues, it may be because of aging of the battery. You should use a new battery.

If the product does not work normally despite the measures taken as mentioned above, please contact the nearest

Customer Care Center.

Repairing fee will be charged for the product of which warranty period (1 year from the date of purchasing) is expired.

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Knowing the product

FCC RF EXPOSURE INFORMATION

WARNING! Read this information before using your phone

In August 1996 the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) of the United States with its action in Report and Order FCC 96-326 adopted an updated safety standard for human exposure to radio frequency (RF) electromagnetic energy emitted by FCC regulated transmitters.

Those guidelines are consistent with the safety standard previously set by both U.S. and international standards bodies. The design of this phone complies with the FCC guidelines and these international standards.

CAUTION : Use only the supplied or an approved antenna. Unauthorized antennas, modifications, or attachments could impair call quality, damage the phone, or result in violation of FCC regulations. Do not use the phone with a damaged antenna. If a damaged antenna comes into contact with the skin, a minor burn may result. Please contact your local dealer for replacement antenna.

Body-worn Operation

This device was tested for typical body-worn operations with the back of the phone kept 1.5 cm. from the body.

SAR compliance for body-worn operation is restricted to belt-chips, holsters or similar accessories that have no metalic component in the assembly. The SAR limit of USA (FCC) is 1.6 W/kg averaged over one gram of tissue.

BIP-6000 Device(FCC ID : SS4P1770) has also been tested against this SAR limit. The highest SAR value reported under this standard during product certification for use at the ear 1.25W/kg and when properly worn on the body is 0.289 W/kg.

WARNING

Any changes or modification not expressly approved by the party responsible could void the user's authority to operate the device.

Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) certification information

Your device conforms to European Union (EU) standards that limit human exposure to radio frequency (RF) energy emitted by radio and telecommunications equipment. These standards prevent the sale of mobile devices that exceed a maximum exposure level (known as the Specific

Absorption Rate, or SAR) of 2.0 watts per kilogram.

During testing, the maximum SAR recorded for this model was 0.565 watts per kilogram. In normal use, the actual SAR is likely to be much lower, as the device has been designed to emit only the RF energy necessary to transmit a signal to the nearest base station. By automatically emitting lower levels when possible, our device reduces your overall exposure to RF energy.

The Declaration of Conformity at the next page of this guide demonstrates your device’s compliance with the European Radio & Terminal

Telecommunications Equipment (R&TTE) directive.

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BIP-6000 (HSDPA communication)

※ The CE certification of the BIP-6000 for HSDPA communication.

I hereby declare that the product.

Model

Type

BIP-6000

PDA

Satisfies all the technical regulations applicable to the product within the scope of Council

Directives 99/5/EC, 89/336/EEC, and 73/23/EEC:

Health

Safety

EMC

EN 50360, EN 62209-1

EN 60950-1+A11, EN 60825-1

Radio

EN 301 489-1/-3/-7/-17/-24

EN 301 511, EN 301 908-1/-2,

EN 300 328, EN 302 291-1/-2,

EN 300 440-1/-2

All essential radio test suites have been carried out.

NOTIFIED BODY : EMCCert Dr.Rasek

- Address

Boelwiese 5, 91320 Ebermannstadt, Germany,

Identification Number : 0678

MANUFACTURER or AUTHORISED REPRESENTATIVE :

- Address

Bluebird Inc.

SEI Tower 13~14F, 467-14, Dogok-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul,

Korea (Postal Code 135-856)

This declaration is issued under the sole responsibility of the manufacturer and, if applicable, his authorized representative.

POINT OF CONTRACT:

Company

Bluebird Inc.

Phone number

+82-2-548-0740

Fax number

+82-2-548-0870

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Customer Service

Before Requesting After-Sales Service

Before asking for after-sales service, please back up the data from the terminal.

We do not back up data from the products received in the

Customer Care Center. Therefore, we assume no responsibility for loss/deletion of data.

Bluebird Customer Service

FAX : +82-2-548-0870

E-Mail :

[email protected]

Address :

Customers service center, SSang-young IT twintower B 703, Sangdaewon-dong 442-5,

Joongwon-gu, Sungnam-si, Keonggi-do, Korea

Operating hours

Mon.-Fri. : 9:30 A.M. ~ 6:30 P.M. (GMT Time: +9 Hours)

The center is closed on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays.

Registering for After-Sales Service

We receive the products for after-sales service through mail, delivery service and hand carry only in principle.

If you bought the product from any party other than the authorized dealer, you need to register the product before asking for after-sales service.

Please enclose an evidence of purchasing or the receipt to the product for after-sales service.

Please enclose the name, telephone number, address and symptom for prompt service.

You can ask for after-sales service through the dealer or the Customer Care Center in the head office.

Do not intentionally damage the label on the product.

Damaged label may result in a disadvantage to the customer.

When you return the product to Bluebird for service, please put the product in a protective box.

No warranty will not be provided for any damage occurring during delivery. We recommend you to use the box and protective cover supplied with the product.

Make sure to deliver the product in a safe way. Bluebird assumes no responsibility for loss of the product during delivery.

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Service Center Information

BIP-6000

Regulations on Free/Charging Repairs

Type of Customer Damage

When requesting important repairs within 10 days of purchase

Requesting important repairs within 1 month since purchase date

An important repair is needed after 1 month of exchange

When it is impossible to exchange within 1 month

The same problem occurs 3 times

Possible Repairs The same problem occurs 4 times

5 problems in all different parts

When the manufacturer has lost the product in which the customer has requested for a repair

When it is impossible to repair within 1 month

Impossible Repairs

Contents of Compensation

Within the Term of Guarantee After term of guarantee

Exchange or Repayment

Exchange or Repair Free of Charge

Exchange or Repair Free of Charge

Repayment

Repair Free of Charge

Exchange or Repayment

Exchange or Repayment

Charged Repair

Charged Repair

Exchange after depreciation of the fixed price.

Impossible to exchange Repayment

Exchange after adding

10% to the depreciated price of the fix price (the highest price-purchased price).

The after-sales service will be provided according to the regulations for compensation for customers. The parts of the product will be retained for 3 years.

Replacement will be made with the same model in principle. If the same model is not available, a similar model will be provided as a replacement. The customer may select refund if he/she does not want replacement with a similar model.

Refund will be made based on the price on the receipt.

If the price on the receipt is higher than the normal price, it is considered to include incidental expenses. In this case, refund will be made based on the normal price.

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Service Center Information

Charged Service

1. If it is not a default, it will be charged when requesting for after-sales service.

- Service request due to inappropriate use of the customer

- Loss of a PIN number

- Use of programs that might effect the program

(over-clock, forceful changes in the input of the system, personal developments)

2. Default due to a mistake on the part of the customer

- Default due to inappropriate or careless use of the product (dropping, submersion under water, shock, damage, unreasonable operations, etc).

- Default due to a repair or unauthorized technician.

- Default caused intentionally or by carelessness of the customer.

- Default due to the use of fraudulent parts or components.

3. Other cases

- Default due to nature (fire, damage due to sea wind, flood damage, etc.).

- Expendable parts have exhausted there life (batteries, antenna, or other component parts).

4. Regulations of treatment after charged service

- If the same default occurs on the part that had been repaired within a 2 months(60 days) period, it will be provided with free of charge repair service.

There will be no returning of goods or repayment upon the following situation

Removal of the sealing of the product if it had been sealed.

If the product has been damaged due to careless use by the customer or due to a natural disaster (floods, rain, fire, etc.).

Loss of product or other components (CD, diskette, manual, connecting cables, etc).

Damage to the product after 10 days of purchase, the product will either be exchanged or provided with after-sales service (note, returning of goods or repayment is not allowed).

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Warranty Certificate

Thank you for purchasing a product from Bluebird Inc.

If a circumstance arises where you lose a receipt or the certificate of guarantee, then the term of guarantee will be calculated 3 months (certified by the number of the manufacture, a certificate of inspection) after the date of manufacture.

In case of accessories (such as batteries), only those that match the sales list managed by the service center will be eligible for customer service.

A repair or an exchange of batteries that does not match the sales list of the service center due to the carelessness of the customer will be fully charged.

Name of Product

Name of Model

Date of Purchase

Manufacture Number

Place of Purchase

Term of Guarantee

PDA

BIP-6000

1 year from purchase

BIP-6000

Warranty

1. Bluebird Inc. (hereinafter referred to as Bluebird) provides the warranty service for its products in compliance with the regulations on compensation for damage of customer.

2. Upon receiving a notification on a defect of its product within the range of warranty during the warranty period, Bluebird will repair or replace the defective product according to its warranty policy.

3. If the defective product within the range of warranty is not repairable or replaceable, Bluebird shall refund the purchasing price within a designated period from the date of receiving a notice of defect.

4. Bluebird assumes no responsibility for repairing, replacement or refund until it receives the defective product from the customer. The replacement shall be equivalent to a new product in the aspect of performance.

5. Warranty of Bluebird is valid in the countries where the

Bluebird products are distributed by Bluebird. (Contract for additional warranty service like field service)

6. Bluebird products may contain the recycled products, components or materials equivalent to new products in the aspect of performance.

7. This warranty is applied to software products only when the programming commands are not executed. Bluebird does not guarantee interruption-free or error-free performance.

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Customers Service Center

Hours

Mon.- Fri. : 9:30 A.M. ~ 6:30 P.M.

(GMT Time: +9 Hours)

We are not open on Saturday,

Sundays and National Holidays.

Address :

Customers service center, SSang-young IT twintower

B 703, Sangdaewon-dong 442-

5, Joongwon-gu, Sungnam-si,

Keonggi-do, Korea

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Bluebird constantly strives to bring utmost satisfaction to all our customers.

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Key Features

  • 3.5" QVGA TFT-LCD display
  • Barcode scanner
  • GSM, WCDMA, and Wi-Fi connectivity
  • MicroSD card slot
  • USB 2.0 Host & Client
  • IrDA
  • ActiveSync compatibility
  • Rechargeable battery

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Frequently Answers and Questions

What is the battery life of the BIP-6000?
The BIP-6000 has a standby time of at least 168 hours and a talk time of at least 8 hours.
How do I connect the BIP-6000 to a computer?
You can connect the BIP-6000 to a computer using the USB cable or ActiveSync.
How do I use the barcode scanner on the BIP-6000?
Press the barcode button on the side or front of the terminal to scan barcodes.
How do I install a MicroSD card in the BIP-6000?
Push in a memory card to the arrow direction on the SD card slot until it is completely inserted.
How do I change the text input mode on the BIP-6000?
You can select one of five different input modes: Block Recognizer, Key Pad, Keyboard, Letter Recognizer, or Transcriber.
How do I adjust the volume on the BIP-6000?
You can adjust the volume of the folder/menu selecting tone or the ringer by selecting the volume icon on the Today Screen.
How do I reset the BIP-6000?
To soft reset the terminal, press the Reset button on the back of the terminal. To hard reset the terminal, press the button and the Reset button at the same time.
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