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Table of contents
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About the Phone...........................................4
1.1 Keypad.................................................................................. 4
1.1.1. Number and Letter Keys........................... 4
1.1.2. Control Keys..................................................... 4
1.1.3.Key Operations in Standby Mode........ 6
1.2 Display.................................................................................. 7
1.3 Installing and Removing the Battery.................... 8
1.4 Installing and Removing the SIM Card............... 8
1.5 Installing and Removing the T-Flash Card....... 10
1.6 Charging the Battery................................................. 10
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Functions..................................................... 11
2.1 Switching on the Phone.......................................... 11
2.2 Switching Off the Phone......................................... 11
2.3 Making a Call.................................................................. 11
2.4 Answering a Call.......................................................... 12
2.5 Text Input......................................................................... 12
2.6 Phonebook...................................................................... 13
2.6.1. Browsing the Phonebook....................... 13
2.6.2. Finding a Contact........................................ 14
2.6.3. Adding a New Contact........................... 14
2.7 Bluetooth Earpiece..................................................... 15
2.8 T-Flash Card.................................................................... 15
3.
Menu Operations........................................ 16
3.1 JAVA Applications....................................................... 16
3.2 Browser............................................................................. 16
3.2.1. Browser............................................................. 16
3.3 Multimedia....................................................................... 18
3.3.1. Media Player................................................... 18
3.3.2. FM Radio.......................................................... 20
3.4 Camera............................................................................. 21
3.4.1. Photo Preview.............................................. 21
3.4.2. Taking a Photo............................................... 21
3.4.3. Options............................................................. 22
3.5 Messaging (Network Support Needed)........ 23
3.5.1. Creating Messages...................................... 23
3.5.2. Inbox................................................................... 24
3.5.3. Drafts................................................................. 25
3.5.4. Outbox............................................................. 25
3.5.5. Sent Messages............................................... 25
3.5.6. Email................................................................... 26
3.5.7. Broadcast Message..................................... 27
3.5.8. Templates......................................................... 27
3.5.9. Message Settings.......................................... 27
3.6 File Manager................................................................... 30
3.6.1. Managing Files and Folders.................... 30
3.7 Tools.................................................................................... 31
3.7.1. Bluetooth......................................................... 31
4.
Accessories................................................. 45
4.1 Charger............................................................................. 45
4.2 Data Cable...................................................................... 45
4.3 Earpiece............................................................................ 45
5.
Care and Maintenance............................... 46
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3.7.2. Alarm.................................................................. 32
3.7.3. Calendar........................................................... 32
3.7.4. Unit Converter............................................. 33
3.7.5. Calculator......................................................... 34
3.7.6. World Clock.................................................. 34
3.7.7. Torch................................................................... 34
3.7.8. Optical Signal for Help............................. 34
3.7.9. Sound Recorder........................................... 34
3.7.10. Stopwatch........................................................ 35
3.7.11. STK...................................................................... 35
3.7.12. Ebook Reader................................................ 35
3.7.13. MiniGPS............................................................ 36
3.8 Phonebook...................................................................... 36
3.9 GPS...................................................................................... 36
3.10 Ecompass......................................................................... 36
3.11 Calls..................................................................................... 36
3.11.1. Call History..................................................... 36
3.11.2. Call Settings.................................................... 37
3.12 Settings.............................................................................. 40
3.12.1. User profiles................................................... 41
3.12.2. Phone Settings.............................................. 41
3.12.3. Network Settings........................................ 43
3.12.4. Security Settings........................................... 44
3.12.5. Conference Call........................................... 44
3.12.6. Restore Factory Settings......................... 44
6.Environmental Commitments.................. 48
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About the Phone
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Keypad
The phone has 24 keys that are classified in three ways:
•• 12 keys in the nalpha/numeric key area
•• 9 keys in the function area:up,down,left,right,Menu,
left select key(LSK),right select key(RSK),green(call
• accept/send)and red(end call,power on/off)
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Keypad Control Keys
Left soft Key (LSK) and Right Select Key(RSK)
The left select key is located on the top left hand side
of the keypad, and the right select key is located on the
top right. These keys provide the functions indicated on
the select key prompt area at the bottom of the screen.
Functions can vary with different applications.
• 3 control keys on the left side of the phone:up, down
and camera
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The phone has 10 alpha/numeric keys plus star(*)and
hash(#)
The keys on the keypad allow you to type a number or
symbol. These can vary according to the screen mode.
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This phone provides 12 control keys. There are nine
keypad control keys above the number keys:Call accept/
send, Call end/power on/off,up,down,left,right,menu,LSK
and RSK. There are three control keys on the left side of
the phone:volume up/down,and camera.
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Volume Key
Navigation Key
Camera
Right select Key (RSK)
Left selecc t Key(SLK)
menu/OK Key
Power/Call End Key
Send Key
# Key
* Key
Charger port
alpha/Number Keys
Located below the RSK
•• Press and hold this key to turn on your phone when
the device is off.
•• Press and hold this key to turn off your phone when
the phone is on and the keypad is unlocked.
•• In the menu and editing modes, press this key to
return to standby.
•• Press this key to cancel a call attempt or to end an
ongoing call.
Call accept/send key
Located below the LSK
•• Press this key to answer an incoming call.
•• In standby mode, press this key to access the call list.
Navigation keys: up, down, right, and left
Up and Down keys
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Scroll through message content and other information.
Zoom in or out in photo preview mode.
Adjust brightness in video preview mode.
On the Media player screen, press Up to pause
and play a music track and Down to stop playing the
current track.
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Call end/power on/off key
Left and Right keys
Use these keys to:
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Move the cursor left and right in Editor.
Adjust brightness in photo preview mode.
Zoom in or out in video preview mode.
On the Media player screen, press and hold the
right key to fast-forward the current track and the left
key to rewind the track.
Menu Key
This is located in the center of the four navigation
keys and is used to access the menu and to Confirm
actions.
Use these keys to:
•• Turn the page to display characters in Edit mode.
•• Scroll through menus on the same list.
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Phone Control Keys
Up and Down keys on the left side of the phone
•• In standby mode, press the Up key to increase the
ring tone volume and the Down key to lower the
volume. In standby mode, press and hold the Up key
for SMS SOS if this function is enabled. For details
about the SMS SOS function, see 3.12.2.4 SMS SOS
Settings.
•• Use these keys to adjust ring tone volume for
incoming calls
•• Use these keys to adjust receiver volume during a call.
•• Use these keys to adjust the volume in the Media
player and FM radio screens.
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Camera key on the left side of the phone
•• In standby mode, press this key to enter camera
preview mode. Hold the key to access the
Conference group menu.
•• In photo preview mode, press and hold this key to
take a photo. In video recorder mode, press and hold
this key to start and end recording a video.
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Press Menu key to display the main menu
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Press the up key to display the Media player menu.
Press the down key to display the Alarm menu.
Press the left key to display the User profiles menu.
Press the right key to display the Tone settings
menu.
Press the call RSK to display the Shortcuts.
Press Confirm to display the main menu.
Press the right soft key to display the Shortcuts
menu.
Enter a phone number using the number keys. You
can then either make a call or access related option
menus.
Press and hold a number key (2 to 9) for speed dialing
if enabled. For details about the speed dial function,
see 3.12.2.8 Speed Dial.
The shortcut functions associated with the four
Navigation Keys are factory settings. You can reset these
shortcuts in the Shortcuts menu. However, you cannot
change the preset functions of the left and right soft keys,
0, 1, * and # keys.
Display
Icon
Name
This is a bar phone with one liquid crystal display (LCD).
Current network
Each character on the display is a full graph block, the size
of which varies with a character’s font.
Earpiece
The icons in the following table appear in the status bar
and indicate the current status of your phone, such as
battery power and network signal strength.
Icon
Name
Description
Network signal
strength
This icon is divided into two
parts. The left symbol indicates
that your phone is registered
with a network. The bars on the
right show signal strength on a
scale of Level 1 to Level 4 (no
signal to strongest signal). Before
your phone is connected to a
network, the lower icon in the
left Icon column appears.
Battery
Current network
Battery power. The bars scroll
during charging.
Your phone is currently
connected to an edge network.
Keypad lock
SMS
Description
Your phone is currently
connected to a GPRS network.
The earpiece is plugged in.
The keypad is locked.
The current SMS list contains at
least one unread short message.
MMS
The current SMS list contains
at least one unread multimedia
message.
Alarm
An alarm is active.
Bluetooth
Bluetooth connection is active.
Missed calls
You have an unanswered call.
Vibration
Mute
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Vibration is active.
The mute function is active.
Call transfer
Call transfer is active.
Stopwatch
The stopwatch is running.
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Installing and Removing the
Battery
Installing and Removing the SIM
Card
Installing the Battery
Installing the SIM Card
Align the three contact strips at the bottom of the
battery with the three contact poles in the battery
compartment, then insert the battery by aligning the
contacts with the poles and clicking the battery in place.
Purchase a SIM card from your network service
provider. Your SIM card stores your phone number and
registration information. The SIM card can be used with
any GSM phone without changing your phone number
or registration information.
Removing the Battery
Insert your fingernail in the narrow gap just above the
battery top and lift out the battery.
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•• Make sure your phone is switched off.
•• Remove the back cover by loosening the screws
anti-clockwise using the screwdriver that comes with
the phone. Once the back cover is unscrewed, it can
be easily removed.
Tighten the screws clockwise using the screwdriver
that comes with the phone.)
Removing the SIM Card
•• Remove the back cover and the battery after the
phone is switched off.
•• Slide the SIM card out.
•• Load the battery and replace the back cover.
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•• Remove the phone battery.
•• Insert the SIM card into the card slot as shown. The
gold-coloured contacts on the SIM card should face
down (towards the phone), and the indent should be
facing the lower right corner of the phone. Push the
SIM card into the designated space.
•• Load the battery.
•• Slide the back cover into position (align the two
protrusions on the bottom of the back cover with
the two holes on the phone. Click the cover closed.
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Installing and Removing the
T-Flash Card
Installing the T-Flash Card
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Make sure your phone is switched off.
Remove the back cover.
Remove the phone battery.
Press the iron strip that secures the T-Flash card with
your thumb and rotate it in the direction shown on
the card slot. Fully insert the T-Flash card into the slot.
•• Slide the iron strip to lock the card in position as
shown on the card slot.
Removing the T-Flash Card
•• Remove the back cover and the battery after the
phone is switched off.
•• Remove the T-Flash card (for details, see: Installing the
T-Flash Card.
•• Insert the battery and replace the back cover.
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Charging the Battery
Warning: Use only batteries approved by Seals and
chargers and accessories that are compatible with the
phone. Using other batteries, chargers and accessories
may void the warranty terms, and could possibly be
dangerous. Do not expose the battery to extremes of
temperature. Keep out of the reach of children.
•• Connect the charger to a 220 V AC outlet.
•• Insert the charger plug into the jack in the bottom of
the phone and slide the plug into position.
•• The battery power bar will begin to scroll, indicating
that the battery is charging.
•• When the battery is completely charged, the power
bar stops scrolling. You can then remove the charger
from your phone.
Caution:
To stop charging, disconnect the charger. Please try to
use a power outlet.
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Switching on the Phone
Press and hold the Power/End Key to switch on the
phone.
Note:
Your SIM card will be locked if you entered an incorrect
PIN three consecutive times. In this situation, please
contact your SIM card provider.
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Switching Off the Phone
Connect the USB cable only when the phone is already
turned on or off. Do not plug the USB cable while switching
on the phone. Otherwise, the startup music will be disrupted.
Turning off the phone
Entering the PIN code
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To prevent others from using your SIM card, set a
password (PIN code). You will be prompted for the PIN
when you turn on your phone.
•• Enter the PIN. (For security reasons, the screen
displays stars to represent the numbers entered. Use
the right soft key to clear an incorrect number.)
•• Press Confirm. The phone will verify the PIN that
you have entered and connect to the network.
Once the screen displays the network connection, you
can place or answer a call. If no network connection is
shown, reconnect to the network
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In standby mode, press and hold the red power on/off
key to switch off the phone when the keypad is unlocked.
Making a Call
•• You can make a call only when the screen displays a
network connection.
•• In standby mode, use the number keys to enter a
telephone number.
•• Press the call key.
Ending a Call
Press the red end call Key to end a call.
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Functions
Calling a Number in the Call List
In standby mode, press the call key to display the call list.
Use the Up or Down key to scroll through numbers in
the call list, and then press the call key to call a selected
number.
Making an International Call
•• Hold the * key until + appears on the screen.
•• Enter the country code.
•• Enter the area code (usually without the first 0) and
the phone number.
•• Press the call key or choose Call from the Options
menu.
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Answering a Call
The phone will alert you to a second incoming call if this
function is supported. You can either:
•• Answer the second call and the first call will be put on
hold.
•• Press the Power/End Key to reject the second call.
Warning:
This device has been tested to comply with the Sound
Pressure Level requirements specified in the EN 503321and/or EN 50332-2 standards. Permanent hearing loss
may occur if earphones or headphones are used at high
volume for prolonged periods of time.
Answering an incoming call
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Press the call key or choose Answer from the LSK
options.
You can use the keypad to enter text, symbols and
numbers as required; for example, to add a new contact
to the Phonebook, compose a message, or create a
schedule.
Rejecting an incoming call
Press the Power/End Key or RSK to reject a call.
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Answering a second incoming call (network
support needed)
Text Input
In the editing screen, press and hold # to display the list
of languages for text messages. This phone provides the
In the editing screen, press # to switch between text
languages and * to display the Select symbol screen.
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Phonebook
The phone stores contact numbers and information
on the SIM card or phonebook. You can add, modify or
delete a contact, dial a number or send short messages.
Note:
As the phonebook initializes when you first switch on
your phone, you cannot use it temporarily. Please wait.
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The phonebook is classified into three types: SIM card
(the phonebook capacity varies with the SIM card),
phone, SIM card + phone. The three types of phonebook
differ in terms of operations.
You can choose a record from the list shown on the
Phonebook screen. The Options menu allows you to do
the following:
•• View: check the details of the record on the next
screen.
•• Send text message: send a text message to the
number.
•• Send multimedia message: send a multimedia
message to the selected number.
•• Call: call the default number contained in the selected
record.
•• IP dial: make an IP call.
•• Edit: edit the current record.
•• Delete: delete the selected record.
•• Copy:
Functions
following modes: English and 123 (for numbers). These
modes (except 123) have different input methods.
To phone (if the record is stored on the SIM card):
copy the selected SIM card record to your phone.
To SIM (if the record is stored on your phone): copy
the selected number to the SIM card only. The new
contact name is the same as the copied contact name.
To file copy a selected record to a file and move a
copied record back to a phonebook through the File
Manager menu.
Move: you can move the selected record to your phone
(if the record is stored in the SIM card). Unlike Copy, the
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Functions
Move operation removes the source record.
You can move a selected record to your SIM card (if the
record is contained in your phone).
Send contact: send a selected record via SMS, MMS,
Email or Bluetooth.
Add to Blacklist: add the selected contact to the
number backlist.
Mark several: press Confirm to select a number of
contacts and then perform operations using the LSK .
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The 2 key is used in the following example. The key
defines three valid characters: A, B and C. Therefore,
when you press 2 on the Phonebook screen, the phone
will automatically search the contact list for names that
begin with these three letters.
Tips: If your phonebook contains names beginning with
A and C and you wish to find a record beginning with C,
press 2 to display records beginning with A and press the
key again to display records that begin with C.
The section above describes searches using English.
Searches using other input methods are similar. Press #
to switch between input methods.
Caller groups: specify a name, caller ringtone, picture
or video for a selected group. You can also edit members
in a group.
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Phonebook settings: copy, move or delete a
phonebook. You can also specify My number and check
the current memory status of the phonebook.
On the Phonebook screen, move to Add new contact
on the first line of the contact list. Press Confirm to add
a new contact.
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SIM card
In the Phonebook screen, you can type the first letter of
a contact name to navigate to the record beginning with
the letter. Press the up and down keys to scroll through
the list.
In the Choose storage screen, select To SIM, and
enter a name and number in the SIM card phonebook.
Phone
In the Choose storage screen, select To phone.
Use the Up and Down keys to scroll through Name,
Number, Caller Picture, and Caller Ringtone.
In the Caller Picture field, press the left and right keys to
select a picture for a caller;
In the Caller Ringtone field, press the left and right keys
to select an audio file as the ringtone;
In the Number field, type a number.
Note:
Only a picture with a resolution not exceeding 176x220
can be used as a caller picture.
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the Bluetooth earpiece close to your phone. Enter the
Bluetooth menu and search Bluetooth devices. At the
end of the search, the display screen lists all the Bluetooth
devices the phone has found. Select your Bluetooth
earpiece from the device list and then select Connect.
Functions
In addition to a name and number, you can enter
information such as Email address.
When the earpiece is connecting, you may need to
type an authentication password. For details about the
password and Bluetooth earpiece, see the Bluetooth user
manual.
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T-Flash Card
This phone supports a T-Flash card. You can browse and
access files on the card.
Bluetooth Earpiece
This phone supports a Bluetooth earpiece. You can
set up a wireless connection between your phone and
Bluetooth earpiece. Once the connection is established,
you can use the keys on your Bluetooth earpiece to
answer, reject and end a call.
To use a Bluetooth earpiece, activate Bluetooth on
your phone and turn on your Bluetooth earpiece. Place
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Menu Operations
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Menu Operations
Note:
Only with a valid SIM card, you can use later menu
functions. If your phone does not have a SIM card,
you only have access to a limited number of menus.
In standby mode, press a number key to enter the
emergencey call screen. This function allows you to call
an emergency number using the keypad even without a
SIM card.
In standby mode, press Confirm to display the main
menu. In the main menu, use the up, down, left, and right
navigation keys to access different menus. Select any
menu and press Confirm to enter a submenu.
Note:
On the main menu, press any of the 12 number and
letter keys to display the corresponding menu.
Use the Up and Down keys to browse through different
menu levels. Press Confirm to access the next submenu
level. Press the Back select key to return to the previous
menu. Press the Power/End Key to return to the standby
mode.
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JAVA Applications
The phone supports JAVA, which enables you to
download, install, and launch other games and applications
to your phone via WAP or USB.
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Browser
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This phone comes standard with a WAP browser.
Through the browser, you can browse various WAP sites
on the Internet.
Note:
To access the Internet, you must register the data service
with your network service provider. For details, please
consult your local network service provider.
You need to set up the WAP browser before using this
function for the first time.
Note: Your phone may ship with certain WAP features
designated by a network operator. You may use these
features if you are a subscriber of this operator. You must
reconfigure these features if you are a subscriber of another
operator.
We will not give a prior notice or accept any
responsibility if your network operator alters its WAP
settings or your Internet content provider changes its
WAP site or content, thus causing problems browsing
WAP web pages. Please contact your network operator
and Internet content provider for the latest information.
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Homepage
Enter the home page through the Homepage menu.
Choose Homepage > Settings > Profiles to specify
the homepage of your choice. The homepage is a website
preset by the vendor if no option is selected.
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Bookmarks
The menu lists all the bookmarks. Select a bookmark. The
LSK Options allow you to do the following:
•• Go to: opens the link and browser.
•• View: displays the details of the current bookmark,
including the title and address.
•• Add bookmark: enters the title and address of a
new bookmark.
•• Set as Homepage: sets the current bookmark as
the homepage.
•• New folder: adds a folder.
•• Memory status: displays the storage status of the
current bookmark.
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Input Address
This menu allows you to enter and go to the WAP site
you want to visit.
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Menu Operations
Note:
Recent Pages
This menu lists the webpages you have recently visited.
You can select one of these webpages by pressing
Confirm.
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Stored Pages
This menu displays stored webpages.
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Service Inbox
This menu lists the push messages you have received.
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Settings
This menu allows you to set up WAP services as follows:
•• Profiles: this menu enables you to create a new
account, and set the account’s name, homepage, data
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account, connection type, username, and password.
You can also select an account already stored on your
phone.
•• Browser options: this menu enables the following
functions:
Clear cache: the information and services you have
accessed are stored in the phone cache. This menu
allows you to remove temporary information from
the cache.
Clear cookies: clear cookies from your phone
memory.
Clear authentication information: clear
authentication information.
•• Preferences: this menu enables the following
functions:
Timeout: set the time limit for accessing a website.
The WAP service will be automatically disabled when
no data is obtained or transferred within the specified
time limit.
Show pictures: decide whether to display pictures
on a webpage you browse. Use the left or right key
to enable or disable this function. You can browse
webpages much more quickly if this function is
disabled.
Cache: either enable or disable this function.
Cookies: either enable or disable this function.
•• Security settings: view or delete trusted certificates.
•• Service message settings: decide whether to
receive WAP service pictures via your phone. You can
either enable or disable this function, and also set up a
white list and SL.
•• Restore browser settings: restore default browser
settings.
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Multimedia
The phone has music and video playback capabilities.
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The phone supports music playback. You can download
tracks to your phone via USB or Bluetooth, and playback
MP3, WMA, and AAC files in this menu.
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Now Playing
This menu shows the current track being played.
The LSK offers the following options:
•• Current playlist: shows the current playlist.
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In a playlist that contains music, select a track and press
Confirm to play it. Alternatively, use SLK options for
the following functions:
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Play
Key Operations
•• LSK: press this key to access the menu options
detailed in the previous section.
•• RSK: press this key to return to the previous menu
or play the current track in the background if the
background play function is set to Power
•• Left key: press this key to select the previous track or
press and hold to rewind the track.
•• Right key: select the next music track or press and
hold to fast-forward the track.
•• Up: press this key to play or pause a track.
•• Down: press this key to stop playback.
•• Call/send key: press this key to return to the standby
menu and play the music track in the background if the
background play function is set to Power. Press
and hold the key to switch off your phone.
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My Playlists
This menu allows you to open, rename, and delete an
existing playlist or create a playlist.
Select this option to play the current track.
Menu Operations
•• Settings: input playback and music settings.
•• Details: shows details about the currently selected
music file, such as duration and size.
Details
This option shows details about the current file.
Add
This option allows you to add music tracks from the File
manager to the current play list.
Remove
Select this option to remove the current track from the
playlist. This option does not delete the track from your
phone or memory card.
Send
This option allows you to send out the current music
track via MMS, Email or Bluetooth.
Use as
Select this option to put the current music track in the
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incoming ringtone list.
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The phone has an FM radio. Receiver quality depends
on local radio network coverage. Insert a compatible
earpiece into the data cable port on the bottom of your
phone as an antenna to enable the FM radio to function
properly. The radio supports a frequency between 88
MHz and 108 MHz. The phone’s radio supports playback
in the background.
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Key Operations
The main radio screen provides the following options:
•• LSK: press this key to access the menu options detailed
in the following section.
•• RSk : press this key to return to the previous menu.
• Up: press this key to enable or disable auto search.
• When Auto search is enabled, press the left or right
key to start the automatic search for radio channels.
• Down: press this key to play or pause radio playback.
•• Left and right keys: use the left or right key to tune
• in to the previous or next channel. Press and hold
the left or right key to scroll backwards or forwards
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through the radio channels between 88 MHz and
108 MHz.
•• Send key: press this key to return to the standby mode
and play the radio in the background if the Background
play function is set to Power. Press and hold the key
to switch off your phone.
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Options
The FM Radio menu provides the following options:
•• Channel list: edit or delete a channel list.
•• Manual input: type the frequency of the radio channel
you want. Then, press the left soft key to tune in to the
specified channel.
•• Auto search: saves the radio channels located by the
phone to the channel list.
•• Settings
Background play: enable or disable playback in the
background. When enabled, the phone will play the
current radio station in the background.
Loudspeaker: enable or disable the function. When
the function is enabled, the phone will play the radio
through its internal speaker.
Record format: press the left or right key to select the
format in which you want to record a radio program.
Record storage: store audio records to the phone or
memory card.
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Camera
This phone has a 2.0 megapixel digital camera.
photo preview mode. Use them to zoom in or out in
video preview mode.
•• Confirm: in photo preview mode, press this key to
take a photo and to start recording a video in video
preview mode. Press it again to pause, and then once
again to resume recording. Confirm also confirms a
selection when the Options menu is active.
Send:press this key to return to standby mode.
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3333333 Taking a Photo
Go to the photo preview mode through the Camera/
Video recorder menu.
Your photos will be saved with default filenames to either
your phone or memory card, depending on which you
have selected. Each time you take a photo, the current
camera screen remains for a few seconds. Press either
the LSK to select an option or the RSK to return to
the photo preview mode to take more photos.
In this mode, you can do the following:
•• LSK: press this key to display the Options menu.
For details, see 3.4.3 Option.
•• RSK : press this key to close the Options menu
if the menu is active. If the Options menu is not
active, press the RSK to quit the
recorder menu and return to the previous menu.
Press this key to stop recording during video
recording.
•• Up/down: use these keys to zoom in or out in photo
preview mode. Use them to adjust the brightness in
video preview mode.
•• Left/right: use these keys to adjust the brightness in
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Audio quality: press the left or right key to set the
sound quality to high or low.
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Recording a Video Clip
After recording a video clip, press Confirm to share it
with others via MMS or Bluetooth or the RSK to return
to the photo preview screen without saving. Your
video clip will be saved to either your phone or memory
card, depending on which you have chosen. After saving
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a video clip, you will be redirected to the video preview
screen to record more video clips.
3333333 Options
Start the camera or video recorder. In preview mode,
press the LSK to display the Options screen.
Use the up and down keys to scroll through the options
and Confirm to confirm your selection.
The photo preview screen provides the following options:
•• Photos: allows you to view photos.
•• Camera settings: this menu provides the following
options:
LED highlight: turn the fash on or off.
Shutter sound: select your favorite shutter sound.
Image size: set photo resolution.
Image quality: set photo quality.
•• White balance: set the environment in which
you take a photo or video clip, such as Auto and
Daylight.
•• Scene mode: set the scene for a photo.
•• Effect settings: choose a photo effect.
•• Storage: store your photos in your phone or
memory card.
•• Restore default: return to default settings.
The video preview screen provides the following options:
•• Camcorder settings: This menu provides the
following options:
EV: adjust exposure effects.
EV: adjust exposure effects.
Contrast: adjust photo contrast.
Night mode: Use the up or down key to enable or
disable this function.
Anti-flicker: provides 60 Hz and 50 Hz.
Delay timer: set the timer to delay capturing a
photo.
Cont. shot: to take either 1, 3 or 5 photos in quick
succession.
•• Image settings: This menu provides the following
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options:
Anti-flicker: select 50 Hz or 60 Hz.
•• Video settings: This menu provides the following
options:
Video quality: set video clip quality.
Size limit reached: set a size limit for video clips.
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Record audio: choose to record sound during video
recording.
White balance: set the environment for a photo or
video clip, such as Auto and Daylight.
Effect settings: choose from photo effects.
Storage: store your photos either to your phone or
memory card.
Restore default: return to default settings.
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Messaging (Network Support
Needed)
This menu allows you to edit short messages and
multimedia messages.
The short message service (SMS) is a cheap and
convenient way to send text messages quickly. The Text
message menu allows you to send text messages to
another phone or an SMS-enabled device.
As a new service compatible with 3GPP standards, the
multimedia messaging service (MMS) is a high-level
application over WAP. In addition to SMS, MMS supports
images, voice, and video. MMS messages can be sent
between mobile phones or between mobile phones and
an e-mail.
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Text Message
Menu Operations
Time limit reached: set a time limit for video clips.
Note:
To send a text message, set up a correct SMS center
number. This number is obtainable from your network
service provider.
Choose Write message > Text message. Enter text
in the edit box.
After composing a message, press Confirm to display
the Add recipient screen to send the message.
Alternatively, press the LSK to display the Options
menu, which provides the following options:
•• Send to: after composing a message, press Confirm
to send the message on the Add recipient screen.
•• Insert symbol: insert a symbol.
•• Input method: display the available list of input
methods.
•• Input method options: display the Writing
language screen to turn an input language on or off.
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•• Edit options: mark, cut or copy the current text, and
paste copied text.
•• Insert template: display a list of templates. After
selecting a template, you are redirected to the
Write message screen. The content of the selected
template is added to your current text message.
•• Advanced: insert an object, set text size and style,
align text, and move the cursor to a new paragraph.
•• Save to drafts: save the current text message as a
draft (for more information about the Drafts box,
see the related section).
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Multimedia Message
You can use this menu to compose a multimedia message
in a similar way to a text message, and add pictures and
videos.
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The inbox stores all the short messages and multimedia
messages that you have received. Choose Messaging >
Inbox. The screen shows a list of saved messages.
Select a message from the list and press Confirm to
view the message.
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On the Message body screen, the LSK options allow you
to do the following:
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Reply by SMS: reply to a message via SMS.
Reply by MMS: reply to a message via MMS.
Call sender (SIM1/SIM2): call the message sender.
Forward: forward a message.
Delete: delete a message.
Advanced: This menu item allows you to do the
following:
•• Use number: use the number contained in a
message text or the sender’s number.
Use URL/Use Email/Use USSD: use the website and
Email address contained in the current message.
Copy to SIM/phone: copy a message to another
storage area.
Move to SIM/phone: move the message to another
storage area. Once moved, the original message in the
Inbox is removed from the original storage area.
•• Edit options: mark and copy part or all of the text
of the current message. Through Edit options, you
can paste copied text in a new message.
On the MMS screen, choose the LSK options to do the
following:
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View: check the details of the MMS message.
Reply by SMS: reply to a message via SMS.
Reply by MMS: reply to a message via MMS.
Call sender: call message sender.
Forward: forward a message.
Lock/Unlock: lock or unlock an MMS message. A
locked MMS message cannot be sent.
Delete: delete a message.
Save to phonebook: save the current contact to
the phonebook.
Save objects: save the objects contained in the
current MMS message.
Move to phone/memory card (the phone has
recognized the inserted card): copy the message to
another storage space.
Copy to phone/memory card (the phone has
recognized the inserted card): move the message
to another storage space. Once moved, the original
message in the Inbox is removed from the original
storage area.
Save as template: save the current MMS message
as an MMS template.
Advanced: use the website or number contained in
the MMS message.
•• Details: show details about the current MMS
message, including sender and subject.
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After writing a message, you can save it in Drafts.
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Select a message from the list and press Confirm to
show its details. In the Drafts screen, choose the LSK
options to perform related operations.
3333333 Outbox
The Outbox folder contains messages that have not
been sent. Enter the folder to view these messages.
The messages in this folder are listed on the screen.
Select a message from the list and press Confirm to
show its details. In the message details screen, choose the
LSK options to perform related operations.
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The Sent Messages folder contains messages that you
have successfully after selecting Save sent message in
the Common settings menu under SMS settings.
The messages in this folder are listed on the screen.
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Select a message from the list and press Confirm to
show its details. On the message details screen, choose
the LSK options to perform other available operations.
Outbox
Use the menu to view e-mails that have not been sent.
On the Outbox screen, use the left soft key options to
perform other available operations.
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This function allows you to receive and send emails.
Use this menu to view sent e-mails. To view e-mails in
this folder, you have to frst choose to save sent e-mails.
On the Read screen, you can perform other available
operations.
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Send and Receive
Use this menu to send and download e-mails from your
Internet e-mail account via your phone.
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Write E-mail
Use this menu to compose a new e-mail. The screen
displays the usual email fields, such as recipient, cc., and
space to input text. You can choose to send and save an
e-mail. Before composing an e-mail, you must select certain
options.
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Inbox
Use the inbox to check received e-mails and press
Confirm to view the content. On the Inbox screen,
use the LSK options to reply to, forward, or delete an
e-mail.
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Drafts
Use the Drafts menu to view saved e-mails. On the
Drafts screen, choose the LSK options to perform
other available operations.
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Clear Mailbox
Use this menu to clear the selected mailbox.
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Delete Marked E-mails
Use this menu to delete marked e-mails.
E-mail Accounts
This menu shows your e-mail account(s). To use this
function for the frst time, you must set up e-mail
account(s) as advised by your e-mail service provider.
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Templates
The menu stores a number of frequently used e-mail
templates. You can edit or remove a selected template.
3333333 Broadcast Message
•• Channel settings: This menu allows to do the
following:
Select: select a channel and block broadcast messages
you do not need.
Add: add a channel and edit the channel number.
Edit: reset current alternative channels.
Delete: delete alternative channels.
If no channel is currently available, select Add to add
one.
Broadcast messages contain public information from
a network operator. This function requires network
support. For details, contact your network service
provider.
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Use this service to receive various text messages such as
news and traffic information. The network operator will
send these messages to all users in a specified area. If you
have activated this service, your network service provider
will provide you with an information channel number.
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•• Receive mode: you can enable or disable this
function.
•• Read message: retrieve broadcast messages.
•• Languages: lists available languages.
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This menu provides a number of frequently used message
templates. You can view and use the selected template.
This menu provides two options: Text message and
Multimedia message.
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Text Message
Select Text message to display the SMS settings
screen, which provides the following options:
•• Profile settings: This menu allows to do the
following:
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Folder name:
SMSC address:
specify the number of your SMS center. This number is
obtainable from your network service provider.
Validity period:
Set how long you want to store text messages. This
option is useful when a recipient is not connected
to a network and cannot receive your text message
immediately. Use the left or right key to select a value.
Note:
This function varies with the service you have obtained.
Message type:
Use this menu to choose text message format.
Voicemail server: Normally, you can obtain a voice
mailbox number from your network service provider.
This number enables a caller to leave voice messages
and you to listen to voice messages.
Common settings: this menu provides three
options: Delivery report, Reply path, and Save
sent message. Delivery report informs you
of sent message status, which is either successfully
delivered or failed. Reply path enables the
recipient to use the same SMS center as you. Save
sent message saves the text messages you have
successfully sent in the Sent messages folder.
Memory status: check the status of text messages
stored in your SIM card or phone. The size of this
folder varies with message content and your phone or
SIM card.
Preferred storage: choose whether to save text
messages to your phone or SIM card.
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Multimedia Message
Select Multimedia message to display the MMS
settings screen and access the following options:
•• Profiles: lists the servers relating to your SIM card.
Select a server and press Confirm to activate, edit or
delete a profile. Alternatively, you can select Add new
on the top of the list to do the following:
Profile name:
Edit profle name.
MMSC address:
specify the number of your MMS center.
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your phone will automatically insert your signature at
the end of the MMS message.
Connection type:
specify the method of sending MMS messages.
Sending: determines how you send an MMS message
as follows:
User name:
name the MMS sender. You may skip this item.
Validity period: set the period of time for storing an
outgoing MMS message.
Password:
set a password for MMS messages if you wish.
•• Common settings:
Common settings: provides the following options:
Slide time: selects the default time each page is
displayed. When the time is up, the MMS message will
automatically scroll to the next page.
Creation mode: use the left or right key to
determine whether the creation is restricted.
Picture resizing: use the left or right key to disable
the function or set the picture resolution to 160*120
or 320*240. This item adjusts your picture to the
resolution you want.
Auto signature: press the left or right key to enable
or disable this function. When this function is enabled,
Signature: edit a signature.
Menu Operations
Data account:
use one of the MMS accounts as your current data
account.
Delivery report: use the left or right key to enable
or disable this function. This function shows whether
an MMS message has been successfully sent.
Read report: use the left or right key to enable or
disable this function. This function shows if an MMS
message has been read by its recipient.
Priority: set the priority of the current MMS
message. Use the left and right keys to select a priority.
Delivery time: choose when to send an MMS
message. Use the left and right keys to specify the
time.
Send and receive: choose to enable or disable this
function.
•• Retrieval: determines how you receive an MMS
message:
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Home network: selects how soon your phone will
download an MMS message. Select Immediate to
download an MMS message immediately. Deferred
receives an MMS alert for you to decide whether to
download the message or not. Reject rejects the
MMS message.
You can save files in various formats to Images and
Audio folders.
Roaming: selects how soon your phone will
download an MMS message in roaming mode.
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Filters: selects whether to filter MMS messages from
unknown senders and whether to receive ads.
Read report: select Send to return a message to
show that you have read the MMS message. Select
Never send or On request to select how you will
respond to a received MMS message.
Delivery report: choose whether to send a delivery
report.
•• Preferred storage: choose whether to save MMS
messages to your phone or memory card.
•• Memory status: shows the ratio of currently stored
MMS messages to total messages such as 5/100, used
MMS memory, and free memory.
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File Manager
Use a USB cable to connect your phone to a computer.
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File manager manages all pictures, video, audio, and
other files stored in your phone or memory card (if
applicable).
You can access files depending on their type. Operations
include view/play, delete, send, move, copy, rename, and
details. Use Mark several to select one or more files,
and move or copy these files between folders on your
phone or memory card, or delete them. Select Sort by
to sort the files in the current folder.
You can create subfolders in each folder.
Note:
Do not insert a data cable while copying or deleting files.
Otherwise, files may easily be damaged or lost.
Use LSK Options to perform the following on a selected
fle:
•• View/play: allows you to view or play a file.
•• Edit: edit the image, such as cutting.
•• Send: send the current file via MMS, Email or
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Tools
3333333 Bluetooth
You can use the Bluetooth function to set up a wireless
connection with a compatible device, which can be a
mobile phone, computer, earphone or vehicle-mounted
unit. The Bluetooth function also allows you to transfer
pictures, video clips, music tracks and voice clips, or to set
up a wireless connection with a compatible PC for file
transfer.
Make sure that this phone can interoperate with
other Bluetooth-enabled devices. Use Seals-approved
compatible accessories. Consult other manufacturers to
check that their devices are compatible with this phone.
Menu Operations
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Bluetooth.
Use as: set the current image file as your phone’s
wallpaper or other settings.
New folder : create a subfolder in the current folder.
Rename: rename the current file.
Delete: delete the current file.
Sort by: allows you to sort file folders and lists.
Mark several: select one or more files, and move or
copy these files between folders on your phone or
memory card or delete them.
Copy: display the target file folders. Select one and
press Confirm to copy the file to the selected folder.
Move: perform the same procedure as copying a file
to relocate a file.
Delete all files: delete all files in the current folder.
Details: show the creation date and size of the
current file.
Bluetooth may be unavailable in some locations. Please
consult your local authority or service provider.
The Bluetooth function uses more power, thus shortening
battery life. Remember to disable Bluetooth after each
use.
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Power
Select Power or End to enable or disable Bluetooth.
You can use Bluetooth only when it is enabled.
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Search Audio Device
Use this menu to search for all hands-free devices within
Bluetooth coverage. A list of devices is displayed at the
end of the search. You can also cancel the search. Select
a device and press Confirm to pair your phone with
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a device. Successfully paired devices appear on the My
device list.
Note:
Some devices, especially Bluetooth earphones may have
a fixed password; for example, 0000. To pair your phone
with the device, enter the password.
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My Device
This menu shows the Bluetooth devices that are
successfully paired with your phone. Select a device and
press Confirm to set up a Bluetooth connection with
the device. Select the connection service you require,
and press Confirm to connect. The left soft key offers
the following options:
Service list: list the Bluetooth services available to
the selected devices.
Rename: rename the selected device on the list.
Authorize: specify the way of authorized connection.
Delete: delete the device from the list of previously
connected devices.
Delete: delete all the devices on the list of previously
connected devices.
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My Name
Use this option to rename your phone. The new name
will appear on another device that has found your phone.
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Advanced
Use this menu to configure advanced settings.
3333333 Alarm
This phone provides a 24-hour clock. The alarm sounds
when your phone is switched either on or off.
You can set up to five alarms. Press Confirm and select
Edit to set the time, alarm tone and alert type for each
alarm. You can set up an alarm to repeat once, every day
or on specified days.
The Snooze option allows you to set a period of time
after which the alarm sounds again.
3333333 Calendar
Use this menu to view, add, modify or delete an event.
Select a date and press Confirm to view the event you
have scheduled on the day. The left soft key provides the
following options: View, View all, Add event, Delete
event, Jump to date, Go to today, Go to weekly/
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Access this menu to display a date edit box. Enter a date
and press Confirm to display the screen showing the
month that contains the date. Navigate to the date and
perform related operations.
View
On the calendar screen, press Confirm to view the
events scheduled for the current day. This function
enables you to easily manage your tasks, and input
scheduled events. When the time for a scheduled event
arrives, your phone sounds an alert.
The menu shows your schedule. Select LSK options
to add, edit or delete a schedule. Press Confirm
to add a schedule for the current day.
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View All
Use this menu to list all the schedules you have set. For
details, see the previous section.
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Add Event
Use this menu to create a new schedule.
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Delete Event
Use this menu to delete all events, past events, or events
within a specified period of time.
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Jump to Date
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monthly view, and Lunar calendar.
Go to Today
Use this menu to display the screen showing the month
that contains the current date.
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Go to Weekly/Monthly View
The calendar screen shows the current month. A date
marked with a note indicates that a schedule is attached
to the day. Select Go to weekly view to show the
calendar for the given week.
On this screen, select Go to month view to show the
calendar for the given month.
To view the schedule for a given day, use a navigation key
to select the date and press Confirm.
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This menu item allows you to convert weight and length
between different units.
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On the Unit converter menu, select the unit you wish
to convert, such as weight. Use the left and right keys to
select measurements and use the up and down keys to
scroll to a unit field. Enter a number in the box and press
Confirm to display the conversion result in another
field.
within different time zones.
3333333 Calculator
3333333 Torch
This phone provides a calculator for you to perform
simple calculations.
This phone has an in-built torch. Press the left soft key to
enable or disable this function.
Choose Tools > Calculator to display the Calculator
screen:
3333333 Optical Signal for Help
•• Keys 0-9: use any key to enter the numbers you wish
to calculate.
•• #: press to enter a decimal point.
•• navigation keys: use a navigation key to enter +, -, * or
/ and perform M+, M-, MC or MR operations.
•• Confirm: press to display the calculation result.
•• Right soft key: press to clear your last input or final
result (or exit the Calculator menu when no
number is entered).
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Use this menu to list the times of major world cities
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On this menu, use the left and right keys to select
different GMT times and show the current time in
other cities at different longitudes. Press the left soft key
to enable or disable the Daylight saving time for
foreign city feature.
This phone provides the SOS function. Press Confirm
to enable or disable this function.
3333333 Sound Recorder
This phone can record sound up to your phone’s full
storage capacity.
On this menu, the left soft key offers the following
options:
•• New record: create a new sound record. During
recording, press the left soft key to stop recording. You
can also save the record as a file. Press the Power/End
Use the navigation keys to start up to four timers (these
cannot run at the same time). Press the left soft key to
pause and then continue timing, or reset the time when
the right soft key option is Reset.
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STK is a value-added service from your network service
provider. This function is unavailable if it is unsupported by
your SIM card and network service provider. The service
also varies with different operators. For more information,
please contact your network service provider.
Typical Stopwatch
This menu provides the following submenus:
•• Split timing: press the left soft key to start or pause
timing, or the right soft key to start another timer.
A maximum of 20 split times are available. Press
the right soft key to return after timing. You will be
prompted whether to save the time record. Select
View records to check the time records.
•• Lap timing: similar to Split timing for timing laps.
For details, see Split timing.
•• View records: check all time records, and to view
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Menu Operations
and delete any record.
Key to return to the standby mode. Your phone will
save the record file automatically.
•• List: shows all your audio files. Press the left soft key
to perform available operations.
•• Settings: store a record file to your phone or
memory card. You can also use this option to set the
file format and audio quality.
33333333 Ebook Reader
The reader supports e-books in txt format.
To use this function, save files in the Ebook folder
under the File Manager menu. For details, see “3.6 File
Manager”.
The menu lists existing e-books. The screen is blank if the
folder has no files. Use soft left key options to perform
related actions.
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Menu Operations
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This menu shows the longitude and latitude of the
current location.
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Phonebook
For details, see “2.6 Phonebook”.
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GPS
This phone supports GPS.
Enter this menu to start the smart GPS. To enable the
function, your phone must be equipped with a memory
card that contains software (the packing box of this
phone contains such a memory card).
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E-compass
To use the compass, follow the instructions on the screen.
The yellow pointer indicates the north direction.
The following figure shows how to calibrate the compass:
Calls
33333333 Call History
All Calls
The All calls menu shows all your calls on the screen,
including missed, answered, and Dialled calls.
Select a record from the list. Press the Send key to dial
the number or Confirm to view information relating to
the call. Press the LSK to do the following:
•• View: select this option to check the call record.
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Missed Calls
The Missed calls menu shows all your missed calls on
screen, including the incoming calls you have rejected. For
detailed procedures, see All Calls.
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Dialled Calls
The Dialled calls menu displays all the answered
and unanswered calls you have made. For detailed
procedures, see Missed calls.
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Received Calls
The Received Calls menu shows on the screen all the
calls you have answered. For detailed procedures, see
Missed Calls.
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Delete Call Logs
Menu Operations
•• Call: press Confirm to call the number.
•• Send text message: select this option to send a
text message to the number.
•• Send multimedia message: send a multimedia
message to the current number.
•• Save to phonebook: select this option to save the
number to the phonebook.
•• Add to Blacklist: select this option to add the
current number to the number backlist.
•• Edit before call: select this option to edit the
current number and call the new number.
•• Delete: select this option to delete the call record.
Use this menu to clear the Missed calls, Dialled calls
and Received Calls logs or delete all call records.
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Call Timers
This menu shows the duration of your calls.
•• Last call: duration of your last call.
•• Dialled calls: total duration of all the calls you have
made.
•• Received calls: total duration of all the calls you
have answered.
•• Reset all: reset all call timers.
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Answer Mode
Select if you wish to answer a call by pressing any key.
When this function is enabled, you can answer a call by
pressing any key other than the Call, right and left soft
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Menu Operations
keys, and the keys on the left side of the phone.
Transfer all incoming calls to a preset number.
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Divert if unreachable
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Needed)
When this function is enabled, a call waiting screen will
appear to register another incoming call. You can choose
whether to answer the second incoming call. If this
feature is disabled, you are not alerted to a new incoming
call, and the caller hears an engaged tone. You can use
this option to activate and deactivate call waiting or
check the status of this function.
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Divert if no answer
Transfer calls to a preset number for unanswered calls.
Divert if busy
Transfer calls to a preset number if your line is busy.
Divert all data calls
Activate, deactivate the service, or check service status.
Use this menu to select whether to display your number
on a called phone.
Cancel all diverts
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To cancel the Call Divert service, use this menu to
send a request to your network service provider.
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Needed)
This menu option allows you to divert incoming calls
to another phone or a fax machine and set related
configurations. This function requires network support.
Divert all voice calls
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Transfer calls to a preset number if you cannot be
reached.
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all Barring (Network Support
C
Needed)
Select this option to restrict your phone from making
or answering calls. Before using this service, enter
the password provided by your service provider. The
provider.
Note:
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This service only supports GSM calls.
•• Outgoing calls
All calls: bar all outgoing calls.
International calls: bar all international calls.
International calls except to home PLMN: only
allow calls to numbers registered with your home
network when your phone is roaming in another
country.
•• Incoming calls:
All calls: reject all calls to your phone.
When roaming: reject all calls from outside of your
home network to your phone.
•• Cancel all: cancel all call restrictions.
•• Change barring password: change the call barring
service password provided by your network service
provider.
You will be prompted for the password if you wish to
reactivate the service. If the password is correct, your
reactivation request is sent to your network service
ixed Dial (Network Support
F
Needed)
Use this menu to call selected numbers (if supported by
your SIM card).
Menu Operations
password will be authenticated through the network.
This menu provides the following options:
•• Mode: enable or disable the fixed dial mode.
•• Fixed dial list: select the left soft key options to
modify or delete numbers in the list. If the current list
is empty, press Confirm to add fixed dial numbers.
Note:
To enable or disable the Fixed Dial function, enter a
PIN2 code from your network service provider. If the
function is enabled, your phonebook shows fixed dial
numbers.
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Advanced Settings
333333333333 Blacklist
This option allows you to block unsolicited calls. The
Blacklist contains numbers from which you will receive
no calls. Select this option to reject all calls from these
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Menu Operations
numbers.
service number 17951.
Note:
Your SIM card must support this function.
333333333333 Auto Redial
Mode
Press Confirm to activate the blacklist and End to
disable the blacklist.
Blacklist numbers
333333333333 Call Time Display
Use this menu option to add and edit the list of barred
numbers.
Press Confirm to enable or disable this function.This
function displays the duration of your current call on the
screen.
To blacklist a number, enter the number in the edit box.
Press the RSK to clear the number and the LSK to save
soft key to save the number.
333333333333 Call Time Reminder
333333333333 IP Dial
This function saves IP service numbers and enables
you to make an IP call without entering the IP service
number. You can make an IP call only when your network
service provider supports the IP service number that
you entered. For example, China Mobile supports the IP
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Press Confirm to enable or disable this function. This
function enables your phone to automatically redial
numbers at given intervals if calling fails. Each redial
attempt is displayed on the screen. Press the right soft
key to automatically end a redial attempt.
This menu provides three options: Off, Single, and
Periodic. Select Off to disable the reminder; select
Single to set up your phone to sound once when the
preset time limit expires; select Periodic to enable your
phone to give an alert at the intervals you have set.
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Settings
Use this menu to configure your preferred phone
33333333 User profiles
This phone provides a number of profiles that enable
you to customize ringtones.
User profiles include General (default), Meeting,
Outdoor, Indoor, Silent, and Headset. Each
profile applies the factory settings. You cannot change
parameters for the Silent profile, but you can enable or
disable the profle. Press the LSK to customize other
profles.
The Headset profile automatically activates when an
earpiece is inserted into the phone.
as an operation error.
Answer mode: select whether to answer a call by
pressing any key. When this function is enabled, you can
answer a call by pressing any key other than the Send,
RSK and LSK , and the keys on the left side of the
phone.
Note:
As a waterproof phone, its vibration film may react to
significant air pressure changes, for example, after a
flight, thus lowering or muting its ringtone. To restore the
ringtone, uncover the I/O cover at the charger port to
balance the air pressure.
Select Customize from the SLK options to do the
following:
33333333 Phone Settings
Tone settings: set a ringtone for incoming calls and
messages.
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Volume: set the ringtone and keypress volumes.
Alert type: set how the current alert sounds.
Ring type: there are three options: Single, Repeat, and
Ascending.
Menu Operations
settings.
Time and Date
•• Set home city: specify your city.
•• Set time/date: set the time and date shown on your
phone.
•• Set format: use the left and right keys to set the
time and date format.
Extra tone: set an alert tone for a specified event such
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Menu Operations
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Schedule Power/End
This function prompts your phone to automatically start
or shut down at a specified time. You can enable or
disable this function. When the function is enabled, your
phone will automatically power on or off at the time you
set.
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Language
Use this menu to select the language in which menus and
messages are displayed.
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SMS SOS Settings
This phone has an SOS function.
This menu allows you to set an SOS number and
compose an SOS text message. In the standby mode,
press and hold the Volume Key on the left side of your
phone to send an SOS message to the SOS number
you have set. The message contains GPS details of the
location where you have sent the SOS message.
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Fast Keys
These keys offer quick access to frequently used functions
without accessing different menus. You can assign fast
key functions to four navigation keys. In standby mode,
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use any of these navigation keys to perform its function
quickly.
On this menu, select a navigation key and press
Confirm to display the phone’s main functions. Assign a
function to a fast key.
Note:
Fast keys are active only in standby mode.
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Shortcuts
This menu provides a number of shortcuts. In standby
mode, press the right select key to enter the list of
shortcut menus. Select one menu from the list and press
Confirm to access the menu.
The menu shows a list of default shortcuts. Press the LSK
to add and edit these shortcuts.
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Display
•• Wallpaper: access this menu to set the background
image on the main screen in standby mode.
•• Screen saver: access this menu to set the screen
automatically locks in standby mode if no operation is
performed.
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33333333 Network Settings
Speed Dial
Use this menu to enable speed dial from the keypad on
the standby screen. When this function is enabled, press
a number key other than 0 and 1 to dial the number
associated with the key.
The speed dial list contains 8 rows, each of which
corresponds to a number key.
For example, scroll down to the third row, which
represents the number 4 key. Press Confirm to assign
a number in the phonebook to the key in the speed dial
list. In standby mode, press and hold 4 to call the number.
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LCD Backlight
Use the left and right keys to adjust screen brightness
and the backlight time.
33333333333 Font Size
Use this menu to set font size.
Menu Operations
saver.
•• Show date and time: access this menu to show or
hide time and date in standby mode.
•• Clock type: access this menu to show an analog or
digital clock on the standby screen.
The network is shown on the standby screen. The
country code and the number of the unknown network
are displayed on the screen if your phone cannot
recognize the network.
Network Selection
Use this option to select the network either automatically
or manually. The Automatic option connects your
phone automatically to the network with which your
SIM card is registered. Manual allows you to select the
network.
Preferences
33333333333 Auto Keypad Lock
The preferred network list is stored in your SIM card and
determines the order in which your phone automatically
registers with a network.
Use this menu to set the interval at which the keypad
Preferred networks are listed in order of priority. Select
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Menu Operations
a network and press the soft left key to perform related
operations.
GPRS Connection
This menu option allows you to choose whether to use
GPRS permanently or as required. Press Confirm to
switch between Always and When needed.
33333333 Security Settings
•• PIN Protection: This option allows you to activate
or disable the PIN. You will be prompted for a PIN at
startup if this function is enabled.
Caution:
Your SIM card will be locked if you entered an incorrect
PIN three consecutive times. You need a PUK code to
unlock your SIM card. For more information about the PIN
and PUK codes, contact your network service provider.
•• PIN: use this menu option to change the PIN.
•• PIN2: use this menu option to change the PIN2 code.
33333333 Conference Call
This phone supports conference calls.
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Use this menu to call a group meeting attended by two
or more contacts or to send a text message to a group
of contacts. Press the LSK to perform related operations.
operations.
33333333 Restore Factory Settings
Use this menu to restore your phone to factory settings
without deleting your personal data.
Caution:
You will be prompted for a password to restore factory
settings, which take effect after you restart your phone.
The password is 1122.
Accessories
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Charger
When you connect a charger to your phone, the screen
backlight turns on, your phone begins charging, and the
battery power bar begins to scroll. The battery is fully
charged when the bar stops scrolling.
Unplug the charger for your phone to remain backlit and
return to normal mode.
You can charge the battery if your phone is switched on
or off.
Note:
The T-Flash Card that comes with the phone is equipped
with PC SUITE software.
4444
Earpiece
Accessories
444
The following section applies to a headset with only one
button.
111
Press the button on the headset to answer a call.
During a call, press the button to end the call.
222
When music or the radio is playing, press the button
to pause playback and answer an incoming call.
The use of receivers, earbuds, headphones, speakers or
earpieces at high volume may result in permanent hearing
loss.
The phone battery has a voltage ranging from 3.6 V to
4.2 V.
4444
Data Cable
Use a data cable to connect your phone to a computer.
You can run the software on the computer to download
ringtones and background images, and transfer photos
from your phone to the computer.
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Care and Maintenance
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Care and Maintenance
111
Keep the phone away from dirt to avoid damaging
its removable parts and electronic components.
222
Use and store the phone between -20°C and 60°C.
High temperatures may shorten the service life of
your phone given that it is electrical, damage the
battery, and deform or melt plastic parts.
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Do not attempt to repair the phone or battery
yourself. Instead, contact a service center approved
by Seals.
444
Please always use a battery and charger from Seals.
555
Be careful not to drop, strike or shake your phone.
Rough handling may damage its circuit board and
precision mechanisms.
666
Keep your phone and accessories out of the reach
of children.
777
Do not use chemicals or detergents to clean your
phone. Use a clean and dry soft cloth.
888
Keep your phone dry. Rainwater, moisture or
mineral liquids may corrode its circuits. Take out the
battery immediately if water enters your phone.
Do not use the phone until it fully dries.
999
Do not use the phone at 2,000 m or more above
sea level.
1111 Do not to use the phone at a refuelling point.
Observe restrictions when using radio equipment
at fuel depots, chemical plants or where blasting
operations are in progress.
1111 Electrical interference may obstruct the use of your
phone. Observe restrictions in hospitals and near
medical equipment.
1111 Switch off your cellular phone when in an aircraft.
Wireless phones can cause interference or danger
to an aircraft. In an aircraft, the phone can be used
in flight mode.
1111 Adhere to road safety laws. Do not hold/use a
phone while you are driving; find a safe place to stop
first. Do not speak into a hands-free microphone
while you are driving.
1111 Avoid using the phone in close proximity to
personal medical devices, such as pacemakers and
hearing aids.
1111 The SEALS VR7 is water-proof and can be
submerged to 1metre for 30 minutes. It can work
for 30 minutes if immersed. However, it is not
•• To keep your phone waterproof, make sure
that the connector cover located at the bottom
is firmly plugged in every time it is open for
charging or use of a wired headset.
•• Water droplets may form on the connector
cover when it is opened soon after immersion.
This does not indicate water leakage. The
connector cover is sealed and waterproof.
•• Water droplets may condense under the
display cover if the phone is immersed in water
with significant drop in temperature. This does
not indicate water leakage. The droplets will
disappear at room temperature.
1111 Risk of explosion if battery is replaced by an
incorrect type. Dispose of used batteries according
to the instructions.
Environmental Commitments
waterproof in deeper water, during charging or
when the system connector cover on bottom of
the phone is open or compromised.
The SEALS VR7 is dust-resistant, rugged and
shock-resistant. However, it is not dust-proof or
un-breakable if subjected to overwhelming impact.
For best results and long product life, one should
protect the SEALS VR7 against salt water, dust and
strong impacts.
1111 Make back-up copies of important information
stored in your phone or maintain a written record.
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Index
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nvironmental
E
Commitments
Please dispose of packing materials, spent batteries, and
used phones in strict accordance with local laws and
regulations. Play your part in the recycling effort.
Batteries and packing materials from Seals are marked
with standard symbols that indicate how to recycle and
dispose of waste properly.
Warning: we accept no responsibility for a violation of
the above suggestions or improper use of the phone.
Caution: please send spent or used lithium batteries to
designated locations or back to us. Do not dispose of
them in dustbins.
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A
Add 18, 26
Add bookmark 16
Add to Blacklist 13, 35
Advanced 23, 24, 31
Alarm 5, 6, 31
Answer 11
Answering a Call 11
Answer mode 40
Answer Mode 36
Anti-flicker 21
Applications 15
Audio quality 19
Auto search 19
Auto signature 28
B
Background play 18, 19
battery compartment 7
Blacklist 38
Index
Index
Bluetooth 6, 13, 17, 18, 20, 29, 30
Bluetooth Earpiece 14
Bookmarks 16
Broadcast Message 26
Browser 15
Browsing the Phonebook 12
C
Cache 17
Calculator 32, 33
Calendar 31
Call 11, 12, 35
Call Divert 37
Caller groups 13
call list 4, 11
Calls 35
Call Settings 36
Call Timers 36
Camcorder settings 21
Camera 20
Camera key 5
Camera settings 21
Channel list 19
Charger 44
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Index
Charging the Battery 9
Clear authentication information 17
Clear cache 17
Clear cookies 17
Clear Mailbox 25
Conference Call 43
Conference group 5
Cont. shot 21
Cookies 17
Copy 12, 30
Copy to phone/memory card 24
Current network 6
D
Data Cable 44
Delay timer 21
Delete 12, 23, 24, 26, 29, 30, 31, 32, 35
Delivery report 27, 28, 29
Dialled Calls 36
Navigation keys 4, 33
Display 6, 41
down 3
Down 4, 5, 11, 14, 15, 18, 19
Drafts 23, 24, 25
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E
Earpiece 6, 44
Ecompass 35
Effect settings 21, 22
Email 13, 18, 25, 29
end an ongoing call 4
Ending a Call 10
EV 21
F
Fast Keys 41
File manager 18, 29
File Manager 12, 29, 34
Fixed Dial 38
FM radio 5
FM Radio 19
Forward 23, 24
G
General (default) 39
GPRS 6, 42
GPS 35, 41
call key 5, 10, 11
K
Headset 39
Homepage 16
Keypad 3
Keypad Control Keys 3
Keypad lock 6
I
Image quality 21
Image settings 21
Image size 21
Inbox 23, 24, 25
increase the ring tone volume 5
Indoor 39
Input Address 16
Input method 22
Installing the SIM Card 7
Installing the T-Flash Card 9
IP dial 12
IP Dial 39
J
JAVA 15
Index
H
L
Languages 26
LCD Backlight 42
LED highlight 21
left key 4, 5, 18, 34, 42
left soft key 3, 4, 11, 13, 16, 17, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25,
29, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 38, 39, 40, 41, 43
Loudspeaker 19
lower the volume 5
M
main menu 5, 15
Making a Call 10
Making an International Call 11
Mark several 13, 29, 30
Media player 4, 5
Media Player 17
Meeting 39
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Index
Memory status 16, 27, 29
Messaging 22, 23
Missed calls 36
Missed Calls 36
Move 12, 13, 30
Move to phone/memory card 24
Multimedia 17
Multimedia Message 23, 27
Mute 6
N
Network signal strength 6
New folder 16, 29
Night mode 21
Number and Letter Keys 3
O
Confirm 3, 4, 5, 10, 13, 15, 16, 18, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25,
27, 30, 31, 32, 33, 35, 38, 39, 41, 42
Power/End Key 4
Optical Signal for Help 33
Outbox 24, 25
Outdoor 39
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P
Phonebook 12, 34
Phonebook settings 13
Photos 21
Call 3, 18, 19, 20, 35, 36, 40
Call Key 4
PIN 10, 42, 43
Power 30, 40
Preferences 17, 42
preview 20, 21
R
Read report 28, 29
Received calls 36
Received Calls 36
Recent Pages 16
Record audio 21
Record format 19
Recording a Video Clip 20
Record storage 20
Power/End Key 10, 11, 15, 33
Rejecting an incoming call 11
Remove 18
Removing the T-Flash Card 9
S
Save as template 24
Save to drafts 23
Screen saver 41
Search Audio Device 30
Security settings 17
Security Settings 42
Send contact 13
Send multimedia message 12, 35
Send text message 12, 35
Sent 25
Service Inbox 16
Service message settings 17
Set as Homepage 16
Settings 16, 17, 19, 26, 33, 39, 40, 42, 43
Shortcuts 5, 41
Show pictures 17
Shutter sound 21
Silent 39
SIM card 7, 13
SMSC address 26
SMS SOS Settings 40
Sound Recorder 33
Speed Dial 5, 41
standby 4
standby mode 4, 5, 10, 11, 15, 18, 19, 20, 33, 40, 41, 42
STK 34
Stopwatch 6, 34
Stored Pages 16
Switching Off the Phone 10
Switching on the Phone 10
Index
Reply by MMS 23, 24
Reply by SMS 23
Restore browser settings 17
Restore default 21, 22
Right key 18
right soft key 3
Right soft key 18, 19, 20, 33
T
Taking a Photo 20
Text message 22, 26
Text Message 22, 26
text messages 11, 26, 27
T-Flash Card 14
Time and Date 40
Timeout 17
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Index
Tone settings 5, 40
Tools 30, 33
Torch 33
U
Unit converter 32
Unit Converter 32
Up 4, 5, 11, 14, 15, 18, 19
Use as 18, 29
User profiles 5, 39
V
Validity period 27, 28
Vibration 6
Video quality 21
Video recorder 20
Video settings 21
View 12, 16, 23, 31, 35
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W
Wallpaper 41
WAP browser 15
White balance 21, 22
World Clock 33
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