Telecom R109 elecom R109 3G Mobile Phone User Manual

Telecom R109 elecom R109 3G Mobile Phone User Manual
Telecom R109
3G Mobile Phone
User Manual
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PC Software Requirements
Join Me PC Software included supports Microsoft Windows 7, Vista (32 and 64 bit), XP with Service Pack 2 & 3.
A limited version of Join Me is supplied that supports MAC OS 10.5, 10.6
Warnings and Safety Notices
Please read all the safety notices before using this device.
Do not use the phone near fuel or chemicals or in any prescribed area such as service stations and
refineries.
Do not transport or store flammable gas, liquid or explosives in the same compartment of your vehicle
as your mobile phone and accessories.
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No part of this publication may be excerpted, reproduced, translated or utilized in any form or by any
means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying and microfilm, without the prior written
permission of ZTE Corporation.
ZTE Corporation operates a policy of continuous development. ZTE Corporation reserves the right to
make changes and improvements to any of the products described in this document without prior
notice.
Limitation of Liability
ZTE shall not be liable for any loss of profits or indirect, special, incidental or consequential
damages resulting from or arising out of or in connection with using this product, whether or not
ZTE had been advised, knew or should have known the possibility of such damages. The user
should refer to the enclosed warranty card for full warranty and service information.
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Contents
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2
3
4
W e l c o m e ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 9
1.1
H a n d s e t O v e r v i e w ........................................................................................................................................ 10
1.2
K e y p a d F u n c t i o n s .......................................................................................................................................... 12
1.3
I n f o r m a t i o n B a r I c o n s .............................................................................................................................. 13
1.4
M e n u Q u i c k R e f e r e n c e G u i d e ........................................................................................................... 14
1.5
H o w t o u s e t h i s m a n u a l ........................................................................................................................... 16
G e t t i n g S t a r t e d .................................................................................................................................................................. 17
2.1
H o w d o I i n s e r t t h e ( U ) S I M C a r d ? ..................................................................................................... 17
2.2
H o w d o I i n s e r t t h e b a t t e r y ? ............................................................................................................... 18
2.3
H o w d o I s w i t c h t h e p h o n e O n o r O f f ? ....................................................................................... 19
2.4
H o w d o I c o n n e c t t h e c h a r g e r ? ....................................................................................................... 19
2.5
T i p s a b o u t c h a r g i n g a n d b a t t e r y l i f e ....................................................................................... 20
2.6
H o w d o I s e t t h e t i m e a n d d a t e ? ..................................................................................................... 20
2.7
H o w d o I l o c k t h e k e y p a d ? ...................................................................................................................... 20
B a s i c O p e r a t i o n ............................................................................................................................................................... 21
3.1
H o w t o m a k e a v o i c e c a l l ........................................................................................................................ 21
3.2
H o w t o a n s w e r a n i n c o m i n g c a l l .................................................................................................... 21
3.3
H o w t o s e n d a T e x t M e s s a g e ( S M S ) ................................................................................................. 21
3.4
H o w t o n a v i g a t e t h e M e n u .................................................................................................................... 22
C o n t a c t s .................................................................................................................................................................................... 23
4.1
H o w d o I e n t e r m y C o n t a c t s ? .............................................................................................................. 23
4.2
How to copy all Contacts from a (U)SIM card ........................................................................ 23
4.3
H o w t o s e a r c h y o u r C o n t a c t s .............................................................................................................. 23
4.4
H o w t o a d d a C o n t a c t f r o m a r e c e i v e d c a l l ............................................................................ 24
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4.5
H o w t o a d d a C o n t a c t f r o m a r e c e i v e d S M S ( T e x t M e s s a g e ) .................................... 24
H o w t o s e t a d e d i c a t e d r i n g t o n e o r i m a g e t o a C o n t a c t .......................................... 24
4.6
4.7
H o w t o s e t S p e e d D i a l n u m b e r s ..................................................................................................... 25
4.8
H o w t o m a k e a c a l l u s i n g S p e e d D i a l ......................................................................................... 25
4.9
H o w t o u p d a t e a n e x i s t i n g C o n t a c t ............................................................................................... 25
4.10
A d v a n c e d C o n t a c t O p t i o n s ................................................................................................................... 26
4.11
H o w t o i n s e r t a PPa
a u s e o r a W a i t i n t h e d i a l l e d n u m b e r ............................................ 26
C a l l s ............................................................................................................................................................................................. 27
H o w t o m a k e a V o i c e C a l l ....................................................................................................................... 27
5.1
5.2
H o w t o m a k e a V o i c e C a l l f r o m m y C o n t a c t s ........................................................................ 27
5.3
H o w t o v i e w a n d m a k e a V o i c e C a l l f r o m m y C a l l H i s t o r y ......................................... 27
5.4
C a l l o p t i o n s d u r i n g a n a c t i v e V o i c e C a l l ................................................................................ 28
5.5
T i p s f o r C a l l s .................................................................................................................................................... 28
5.6
H o w t o a n s w e r a C a l l .................................................................................................................................. 29
H o w t o u s e t h e h e a d p h o n e s ( P e r s o n a l H a n d s f r e e ) ..................................................... 29
5.7
H o w t o m a k e a V i d e o C a l l ....................................................................................................................... 29
5.8
5.9
C a l l o p t i o n s d u r i n g a n a c t i v e V i d e o C a l l ................................................................................ 30
5.10
H o w t o a n s w e r a V i d e o C a l l .................................................................................................................. 30
5.11
H o w t o m a k e E m e r g e n c y C a l l s .......................................................................................................... 31
5.12
V i d e o p h o n e S e t t i n g s ................................................................................................................................ 32
5.13
C a l l D i v e r t ........................................................................................................................................................... 32
5.14
C a l l W a i t i n g ........................................................................................................................................................ 32
5.15
C a l l B a r r i n g ....................................................................................................................................................... 33
5.16
S e n d m y n u m b e r ........................................................................................................................................... 33
5.17
A n y k e y t o a n s w e r ......................................................................................................................................... 33
5.18
M i s s e d C a l l s A l e r t ........................................................................................................................................ 34
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6
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5.19
C a l l O p t i o n s w h e n C o n n e c t e d t o a B l u e t o o t h d e v i c e ................................................. 34
M e s s a g e s a n d E m a i l s .................................................................................................................................................. 35
6.1
H o w t o s e n d a T e x t M e s s a g e ( S M S ) ................................................................................................. 35
6.2
H o w t o v i e w a r e c e i v e d T e x t M e s s a g e ( S M S ) ......................................................................... 35
6.3
H o w t o u s e P r e d i c t i v e T e x t .................................................................................................................... 36
6.4
H o w t o a d d w o rrd
d s t o t h e b u i l t i n D i c t i o n a r y ( M y W o rrd
d s ) ............................................ 37
S p e c i a l C h a r a c t e r s a n d S M S M e s s a g e L e n g t h ................................................................... 37
6.5
H o w t o s e n d a M u l t i m e d i a M e s s a g e ( M M S ) ............................................................................ 38
6.6
6.7
H o w t o r e c e i v e a M u l t i m e d i a M e s s a g e ( M M S ) .................................................................... 38
6.8
M M S a n d S M S A d v a n c e d S e t t i n g s ...................................................................................................... 38
W A P P u s h M e s s a g e ....................................................................................................................................... 39
6.9
6.10
H o w t o s e n d a n E m a i l ................................................................................................................................ 39
6.11
H o w t o r e c e i v e a n E m a i l ......................................................................................................................... 40
6.12
H o w t o s e t u p a u t o m a t i c E m a i l R e t r i e v a l ................................................................................ 40
6.13
W h a t a r e U s e r F o l d e r s ? .......................................................................................................................... 40
H o w t o P e r s o n a l i s e t h e P h o n e ............................................................................................................................. 41
7.1
C h a n g e t h e P r o f i l e s ................................................................................................................................... 41
7.2
S e t y o u r o w n S h o r t c u t K e y s ( A r r o w k e y s ) .................................................................................. 42
7.3
C h a n g e t h e B a c k g r o u n d S c r e e n ( W a l l p a p e r ) .................................................................... 42
7.4
C h a n g e t h e d e f a u l t R i n g t o n e o r M e s s a g e T o n e .............................................................. 43
7.5
E n a b l e V i b r a t e M o d e ................................................................................................................................. 43
7.6
E n g a g e M e e t i n g M o d e w i t h a s i n g l e k e y p r e s s .............................................................. 43
C h a n g e t h e k e y p a d s o u n d s ................................................................................................................. 43
7.7
7.8
C h a n g e t h e B a c k l i g h t t i m e r s ........................................................................................................... 44
7.9
C h a n g e t h e D i s p l a y B r i g h t n e s s .................................................................................................... 44
S e t t h e K e y p a d B a c k l i g h t i n g ............................................................................................................. 44
7.10
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7.11
A d d a G r e e t i n g a n d O w n e r n a m e .................................................................................................. 44
7.12
W h a t i s t h e P I N C o d e ? ............................................................................................................................... 45
7.13
W h a t i s t h e H a n d s e t L o c k C o d e ? ..................................................................................................... 45
7.14
A d d i t i o n a l n o t e s o n P I N C o d e s .......................................................................................................... 45
8 F i l e M a n a g e r ........................................................................................................................................................................ 46
8.1
F i l e M a n a g e r ..................................................................................................................................................... 46
8.2
I n s t a l l i n g A d d i t i o n a l M e m o r y - m i c r o S D c a r d ................................................................... 46
9 A l a r m s a n d A p p o i n t m e n t s ...................................................................................................................................... 48
9.1
S e t A l a r m s ........................................................................................................................................................... 48
9.2
S e t A p p o i n t m e n t s u s i n g t h e C a l e n d a r .................................................................................... 49
1 0 I m a g i n g - P i c t u r e s a n d V i d e o s ............................................................................................................................ 50
10.1
H o w t o u s e t h e C a m e r a ............................................................................................................................ 50
10.2
H o w t o u s e t h e V i d e o C a m e r a ............................................................................................................ 51
10.3
V i e w i n g p i c t u r e s a n d v i d e o s ............................................................................................................ 52
1 1 M u s i c ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 53
B r o w s e a n d p l a y m u s i c f i l e s f r o m F i l e M a n a g e r ........................................................... 53
11.1
11.2
F M R a d i o ................................................................................................................................................................. 53
11.3
C r e a t e a n e w P l a y l i s t ................................................................................................................................. 54
1 2 C o n n e c t i v i t y .......................................................................................................................................................................... 55
12.1
U s e J o i n M e t o C o n n e c t y o u r p h o n e t o a c o m p u t e r ...................................................... 55
12.2
I n s t a l l J o i n M e ................................................................................................................................................. 56
12.3
U s e J o i n M e t o c o p y p h o t o s t o y o u r c o m p u t e r ................................................................... 57
12.4
U s e J o i n M e t o t r a n s f e r m u s i c f r o m a c o m p u t e r ........................................................... 59
12.5
E n t e r C o n t a c t s u s i n g J o i n M e ............................................................................................................ 61
12.6
C o p y C o n t a c t s f r o m t h e p h o n e t o t h e c o m p u t e r ( c r e a t e a b a c k u p ) ............. 62
12.7
I m p o r t C o n t a c t s f r o m M i c r o s o f t O u t l o o k ................................................................................. 63
12.8
E x p o r t C o n t a c t s t o M i c r o s o f t O u t l o o k .......................................................................................... 64
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12.9
U s e J o i n M e t o s e n d a n S M S ................................................................................................................. 65
1 2 . 1 0 I m p o r t C a l e n d a r e v e n t s f r o m M i c r o s o f t O u t l o o k ............................................................ 65
1 2 . 1 1 U s e J o i n M e t o c o n n e c t t o t h e I n t e r n e t .................................................................................. 66
1 2 . 1 2 C o n n e c t t o a B l u e t o o t h D e v i c e ........................................................................................................ 67
1 2 . 1 3 D i a l U p N e t w o r k i n g u s i n g U S B o r B l u e t o o t h ....................................................................... 69
1 2 . 1 4 P C C o n n e c t i o n .................................................................................................................................................. 71
1 2 . 1 5 U s e t h e p h o n e a s a M a s s S t o r a g e D e v i c e w i t h a m i c r o S D C a r d ....................... 71
1 3 O t h e r F a c i l i t i e s ................................................................................................................................................................ 72
13.1
B r o w s e r .................................................................................................................................................................. 72
13.2
S t o p w a t c h ............................................................................................................................................................. 73
13.3
W o r l d T i m e .......................................................................................................................................................... 73
13.4
C a l c u l a t o r ............................................................................................................................................................. 73
13.5
C u r r e n c y C o n v e r s i o n ................................................................................................................................. 74
13.6
V o i c e R e c o r d e r ............................................................................................................................................... 74
13.7
S l i d e S h o w ............................................................................................................................................................ 74
13.8
S t r e a m i n g U R L ................................................................................................................................................. 75
13.9
C o n n e c t i o n s ...................................................................................................................................................... 75
1 3 . 1 0 A c c e s s P o i n t S e t t i n g s ............................................................................................................................... 75
1 3 . 1 1 R e s t o r e d e f a u l t s e t t i n g s ....................................................................................................................... 75
1 3 . 1 2 A u t o K e y l o c k ....................................................................................................................................................... 76
1 3 . 1 3 N e t w o r k S e t t i n g s ........................................................................................................................................... 76
1 3 . 1 4 G a m e s & A p p s ................................................................................................................................................. 77
1 3 . 1 5 C T M ............................................................................................................................................................................. 77
1 4 T r o u b l e s h o o t i n g , T e c h n i c a l a n d W a r r a n t y I n f o r m a t i o n .............................................................. 78
14.1
T r o u b l e s h o o t i n g a n d F A Q ’ s ................................................................................................................. 78
14.2
E r r o r M e s s a g e s .............................................................................................................................................. 80
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14.3
14.4
14.5
T e c h n i c a l P a r a m e t e r s ............................................................................................................................. 81
S u p p o r t I n f o r m a t i o n ................................................................................................................................... 82
W a r r a n t y I n f o r m a t i o n ............................................................................................................................... 82
RF Safety Information
The handset has an internal antenna located at the top of the phone. For optimum performance with
minimum power consumption do not cover the antenna area with your hand. Hold the handset between
thumb and finger in the middle of the device. Covering the antenna affects call quality, may cause the
handset to operate at higher power level than needed, and may shorten talk and idle times.
Radio Frequency Energy
The handset is a low-power radio transmitter and receiver. When switched on it intermittently transmits
radio frequency (RF) energy (radio waves). The transmit power level is optimized for best performance
and automatically reduces when there is good quality reception. Maximum power is only used at the
edge of network coverage so under most circumstances the power output is very low. Under poor network
conditions the phone transmits at a higher power, may get hot and have a significantly shorter battery
life.
Declaration of Conformity - SAR (Specific Absorption Rate)
We declare that the product(s) detailed in this manual, and in combination with our accessories, conform
with the essential requirements of The Radio Communications Standard (Electro-magnetic Radiation
Human Exposure) 2003 and the Australian Communications and Media Authority Section 376 of the
Telecommunications Act 1997. N14945 / Z1196
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1 W elcome
Congratulations on choosing the Telecom R109 handset. Please take a few minutes to read
the user guide to help you get the most from your new mobile phone.
Operation
Quick Reference
Handset overview, keypad and information bar
Section 1 – Welcome
How to insert your SIM card and Battery
Section 2 – Getting Started
Quick introduction to key features, Calls and SMS
Section 3 – Basic Operation
Store a list of contact names and phone numbers
Section 4 – Contacts
View calls received, dialled and missed
Section 5 – Calls
Text messages – sending and receiving
Section 6 – Messages and Emails
Personalise your phone, e.g. ringtone, screen saver
Section 7 – Personalise…
Managing handset files and content
Section 8 – File Manager
Setting alarms and reminders
Section 9 – Alarms and Appointments
Using the camera – take photos, record a video
Section 10 – Imaging
FM Radio, play and access your music files
Section 11 – Music
Connecting to a PC to copy pictures and music
Section 12 – Connectivity
Calculator, Stopwatch and more…
Section 13 – Other Facilities
Troubleshooting, Technical and Warranty info
Section 14 – Technical
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1.1
Handset Overview
1.
Earpiece
2.
Display
3.
Four way navigation controller
-Arrow Keys(
4.
5.
6.
Left Soft Key (LSK)
Voice Call Key, show Call History
Keypad
8.
Microphone
9.
11.
2
3
12
End / Exit / Power Key
Clear Key *
Right Soft Key (RSK)
12.
OK Key
13.
Front Camera
4
5
6
11
10
9
7
y is used to step back in menus and
* The C ke
key
to clear text in text modes. In text edit mode press once
for backspace, press and hold to clear all the text.
10
13
Video Call Key, show Call History
7.
10.
1
)
8
Handset Overview
Thumb catch to open the
battery cover
Speaker
Headset port
Camera
microSD Port
Battery Cover
Left
Rear
Right
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1.2
Ke y p a d Fu n c t i o n s
Key Corresponding Functions
Key Corresponding Functions
1
1 | punctuation marks | voicemail
Long press for keylock
2
2 | abc | ABC
Special characters in text modes
3
3 | def | DEF
Press twice for the international prefix +
4
4 | ghi | GHI
Press three times for Pause - ‘P’,
5
5 | jkl | JKL
6
6 | mno | MNO
7
7 | pqrs | PQRS
8
8 | tuv | TUV
9
9 | wxyz | WXYZ
0
0 | Space
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Press four times for Wait – ‘W’ See 4.11
#
Toggle text modes. Long press for Silent
Call a dialled or selected number
C a l l View ‘All Calls’. Last number redial
End a call
End
Exit a menu (return to the Main Menu)
Long press to power ON / OFF
1.3
Information Bar Icons
3G Signal Strength
Battery Level Indicator
GSM Signal Strength
Alarm is set
Signal Strength of the EDGE Network
Missed Call
New SMS Message
Missed Video Call
Message Memory is Full
Bluetooth ON
New MMS Message
Silent Mode
CTM
Vibrate mode enabled
New E-mail
Call Forward is Active
Headset and Vibrate Mode
Data channel available (GPRS)
New Wap Push Message
Data channel active (PDP)
Headset Mode
Roaming
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1.4
14
Menu Quick Reference Guide
Menu Quick Reference Guide Continued…
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1.5
How to use this manual
The following instructional format is used in the manual:
Instruction
Description
ow
Press the Left Arr
Arrow
Press the left directional key on the four way navigation controller
Press OK
Press the Right Soft Key
Press the OK key in the centre of the four way navigation controller
Press the
key just below the screen
Long press
Men u > Tools
Press and hold the key for 2 seconds
u (press OK
Go to the Main Men
Menu
OK) select Tools and press OK
to open
•
The functions for the OK and Soft keys change depending on where you are in the
menu. The functions are always described at the bottom of the handset display.
The End or Exit key
is used to exit the menus, End a Call and switch the phone
On or Off
Off. From within a submenu the Exit key takes you back to the main menu
Long press the Red
key to switch the handset On and Off.
The C key is used to step back in menus and to clear text in text modes. In text edit
mode press once for backspace, press and hold to clear all the text.
The
symbol shows useful tips.
Menu and setting choices on the handset are shown in bold text in the manual.
Quickly find the answer by checking the Contents at the front or Index at the back.
There is a copy of the manual and quick start guide provided on your CD.
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2 Getting SStar
tar
ted
tarted
2.1
How do I insert the (U)SIM Card?
The (U)SIM card (UMTS Subscriber Interface Module) is the small plastic smart-card with gold
contacts. It holds account and contact information and can be used to store text messages. It can be
d m
ust be inser
ted bef
or
e use.
moved between different phones if required. The (U)SIM car
card
must
inserted
befor
ore
•
Insert the (U)SIM card with the gold contacts facing down and the bevelled edge on the top
right as shown. Carefully slide it into the housing observing the correct orientation.
If your handset displays:
Enter Handset unlock code
The default code is 0000
Enter (U)SIM PIN Code
Enter the PIN supplied with your SIM card
No (U)SIM detected
Check the SIM is inserted correctly.
Enter PUK code
Contact your Service Provider
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2.2
How do I insert the battery?
2.
Use the thumb catch at the top of the handset to open the battery cover.
Insert the battery as shown with the contacts located against the gold springs.
3.
Press the battery down flush into the case
4.
Line the battery cover up correctly and press gently to close the case.
1.
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2.3
How do I switch the phone On or Off?
Press and hold the red key
f o r t w o s e c o n d s t o s w i t c h t h e p h o n e O N o r O F FF.
startt up screen below is referred to
Enter (U)SIM PIN code – supplied with your (U)SIM card. The star
throughout the manual as the Idle Screen:
The Information bar
The Idle Screen:
2.4
How do I connect the charger?
Charge before initial use.. The plug and socket are keyed so they will only fit together one way.
• Do NOT use excessive force which may damage the USB port.
• Physical damage to the USB port is NOT covered by warranty.
• The phone can also be charged by connecting it to a
computer using the USB lead supplied.
• A sound is played when the charger or USB cable is
inserted into the handset.
• If the phone is off after charging long press the red End
Key to switch it back on.
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2.5
Tips about charging and battery life
• Only use the AC charger and USB lead supplied.
• Insert the charger lead carefully with the plug and socket aligned correctly.
• Normal charge time is 3-4 hours
hours. Do not leave on charge for more than 24hrs.
• When not using the phone for long periods remove the battery.
• Charge the battery between 0°C~45°C. Charge the battery promptly when flat.
• With poor network conditions (less than 2 bars) battery life is reduced.
• To maximize battery life turn off Bluetooth when not in use and limit multimedia functions.
• Battery life is improved after a few charge / discharge cycles.
• The phone can be charged in the ON or OFF state: When OFF the message “Charging battery…”
is displayed. When switched ON the battery icon animates until fully charged.
• If charging in the OFF state turn the phone ON by long pressing the red
2.6
key.
How do I set the time and date?
The time and date is set automatically from the network
network. It takes a few seconds to update
when the phone is first switched on. Select 12 or 24 hr format in the Network Time menu. To
u > Settings > Handset
manually set the time it is necessary to switch Network T ime o f f : Men
Menu
tate Of
u > Settings > Handset
Offf then set the time and date manually: Men
Menu
> Network Time > SState
> T ime and Date
Date.
2.7
How do I lock the keypad?
Manual keylock
keylock: Long press the * key then press the Right Soft Key to lock or unlock the
yloc
u > Settings > Handset > K
e yloc
Menu
Ke
ylockk
handset . A uto ke
keyloc
ylockk : Men
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3 Basic Oper
ation
Operation
3.1
How to make a voice call
• Enter the number on the keypad and press the green
key to make the call.
• Press OK to activate Speaker (Handsfree) mode
• Press the red key
3.2
to end the call.
How to answer an incoming call
• Press the green key
• Press the red key
or OK to answer the call, OK to activate Speaker (Handsfree) mode.
or Reject to end the call.
If Voicemail is active pressing R eject forwards the call to Voicemail.
3.3
H o w t o s e n d a Te x t M e s s a g e ( S M S )
ow
• Press the Left Arr
Arrow
es
for Messag
Messages
e . Press OK for Text messag
e
message
• Press O K for New messag
message
• Enter the phone number directly or press OK to select from Contacts (Cont.)
Done. The C ontact number is displayed, press OK
• Select the C ontact then press OK for Done
ow
• Press the Down Arr
Arrow
once to move the cursor into the text field
• Type the message using the letter keys on the keypad (see Chapter 6 on Texting)
• Press the OK to send the message.
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3.4
How to navigate the Menu
The Main Menu is a grid of icons that are used to access key features on the phone.
een press OK to access the Main Men
u. Use the Arr
ow K
eys
From the Idle Scr
Screen
Menu
Arrow
Ke
to move
the cursor or press the corresponding number key as shown on the grid below. Eg Menu > 5 = Messages
The icons are described at the bottom of the screen.
Icon description
Shortcuts
ow K
e ys launch the default Shor
tcuts as shown:
From the idle screen the Arr
Arrow
Ke
Shortcuts
TW
orld
TWorld
Messages
File Manager
Calls
u > Settings > arrow right
To change default shortcuts: Men
Menu
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tcut ke
ys
to Handset > Shor
Shortcut
keys
4 C ontacts
4.1
How do I enter my Contacts?
• From the Idle Screen enter the phone number on the keypad, press the Left Soft Key to Save
Save.
ow
Arrow
• Press OK to create a New C ontact or press the Down Arr
to Update existing contact
• Using the keypad, enter a Name for the new Contact or modify an existing contact
aul
• Press OK to Sa
Savve . The default save location is.(U)SIM, See Options > Def
Defaul
aultt Memory to change.
4.2
How to copy all Contacts from a (U)SIM card
All (U)SIM Contacts are automatically read by the handset.
To copy Contacts into the handset memory follow the steps below:
• Insert the (U)SIM card to copy contacts from. Switch the phone on
on.
• From the idle screen press the Left Soft Key for Contacts
Contacts.
ow
Arrow
once for (U)SIM to show the list of Contacts on the (U)SIM card.
• Press the Right Arr
• Press the Left Soft Key for Options then use the arrow keys to select, Copy > Copy all > OK
> Yes to confirm.
4.3
How to search your Contacts
From the idle screen press the Left Soft Key for Contacts or select Menu > Contacts
To find the Contact ‘John’ press the 5 key once for ‘J’. All names starting with ‘J’ are displayed.
Refine the search by entering a subsequent letter that can occur anywhere in the name.
Eg. ‘Jn’ will find ‘John’ and ‘Julian’ but not ‘James’ whereas ‘Ja’ will find Julian and James, not John.
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4.4
How to add a Contact from a received call
After receiving a call you can add the caller’s number to the Contacts list:
• Press the green key
to display the All Calls list
• The last call received is at the top of the list or select your chosen number to save
• Press the Right Soft Key to Save
• Enter the contact details and press OK to Save
Save.
4.5
H o w t o a d d a C o n t a c t f r o m a r e c e i v e d S M S ( Te x t M e s s a g e )
Menu > Messages > Inbox
• Select the required message and press OK to V iew
• Press Options > Use highlighted item
• Choose New Contact to create a new contact from the received SMS number.
4.6
How to set a dedicated ringtone or image to a Contact
The contact must be stored on the handset in order to set a dedicated ring or image. See 4.2
From the idle screen press the Left Soft Key for Contacts or select Menu > Contacts
• Use the arrow keys
to find the required contact (must be stored on the handset)
ing and photo
photo.. Select the required feature
• Press OK to View > E dit > Options > A dd rring
• Press Add then navigate to the folder where the Ringtone or Picture is stored.
• Press OK to Save your photo or ringtone, press OK again to Save the Contact.
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4.7
How to set Speed Dial numbers
Having Speed Dials set makes it quicker to call selected contacts.
Menu > Contacts > Select the Contact > Options > Scroll down
> Speed Dial
• Select the next available number
eset for Voicemail and cannot be changed
• Speed dials 1, is pr
preset
• Press the OK Key to Setup the speed dial or press the Right Soft Key to cancel
• Press the red key
4.8
to exit when finished.
How to make a call using Speed Dial
• From the Idle screen press and hold the required number key to call that Contact
• E.g. Long press the 1 key to automatically dial the MessageBank (Voicemail) service.
4.9
How to update an existing C ontact
u > C ontacts > V iew > E dit
• Edit the existing contact: Men
Menu
dit.. Press Sa
Savv e when finished
• You can enter up to 30 characters in the name field for each contact saved on the phone.
• If you copy Contacts into the handset they are stored in the Unclassified group.
• You can move contacts into other Groups: Family, Friends, Work, and VIP.
• Regardless of Group, all contacts on the handset are displayed under All
• Refine the search by entering a subsequent letter that can occur anywhere in the name.
Eg. ‘Jn’ will find ‘John’ and ‘Julian’ but not ‘James’; ‘Ja’ will find Julian and James but not John.
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4.10
Advanced Contact Options
Menu > Contacts > Options
Call
Make a Voice Call or Video Call to the selected contact
New contact
Create a new contact
Edit contact
Edit the selected contact
Delete
Delete contact, Delete all (Phone), Delete all (U)SIM, Delete all (Both)
Copy
Copy to phone or (U)SIM card, Copy all
Send Bus. Card
Send a business card via SMS, MMS, Email or Bluetooth
Default Memory
Default save location for contacts, (U)SIM card or Phone
Service dial number
Preset Voicemail and Video-mail message bank numbers
Speed Dial
Assign a speed dial to the selected contact
Manage Contacts
Set Group parameters (eg Ringtone and photo), Speed dial info and
check the memory status
4.11
H o w t o i n s e r t a Pa u s e o r a Wa i t i n t h e d i a l l e d nu m b e r
• Press the
ee times for the Pause character or f our times for the Wait character
* key thr
three
• ‘P’ inserts a 3 seconds delay, a ‘W’ will wait indefinitely until you enter the next character.
• Pause or Wait can also be entered into a Contact number (eg. to call an extension)
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5 Calls
5.1
H o w t o m a k e a Vo i c e C a l l
• Enter the number on the keypad and press the green key
to make a voice call.
• Press OK to activate Speaker (Handsfree) mode
• Press the red key
5.2
to end the call.
H o w t o m a k e a Vo i c e C a l l f r o m m y C o n t a c t s
• Press the Left Soft Key
for the Contacts menu
• Search Contacts using the letter keys – eg. press ‘J’ to find John or
ow K
e ys
• Use the Arr
Arrow
Ke
• Press the green key
• Press the red key
5.3
to scroll to the chosen contact
to make the call.
to end the call.
H o w t o v i e w a n d m a k e a Vo i c e C a l l f r o m m y C a l l H i s t o r y
• Press the green key
ow K
e ys
• Use the Arr
Arrow
Ke
• Press the green key
• Press the red key
to bring up All Calls
Calls. Press
edial
again for Last Number R
Redial
to choose a number from the All calls list
to make the call.
to end the call.
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5.4
C a l l o p t i o n s d u r i n g a n a c t i v e Vo i c e C a l l
Press the Left Soft Key
for Options during a voice call. Use the End key to return to the call
menu
Hold:
End call:
Record:
DTMF Off/On:
Message:
Contacts:
Browser:
5.5
Puts the current call on hold
End the call
Record the incoming audio. The audio file is saved to the My Audios folder
Enable or disable sending DTMF tones. Default is ON
Switch to SMS interface during a call
Switch to Contacts interface during a call
Launch the web browser
Tips for Calls
• Handsfree or Speakerphone mode is activated by pressing OK (Speaker) during a call
umber press the star ke
y twice for the International Pr
efix ‘+’
• To dial an International n
number
key
Prefix
y
• To call a number from within a message highlight the number then press the Call ke
key
• The microphone is on the base of the handset. Be careful not to block it with your hands
• To enable international roaming please contact your Service Provider.
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5.6
How to answer a Call
When you receive an incoming call the phone rings, lights up and vibrates depending on the
o file setting. An incoming call notification is displayed on the scr
een
screen
current pr
pro
• Press the green key
to answer or OK to activate Speaker (Handsfree) mode
• Press the red key
to Reject the call
ing if required. This feature is useful to mute the incoming
• Press Mute to mute the incoming rring
ring without answering the call. The other party hears the phone ringing until the call ends.
e Bank
Message
• If Voicemail is active then pressing R eject will forward the call to your Voice Messag
5.7
How to use the headphones (Personal Handsfree)
The Personal Handsfree headphones include a microphone and a call switch
• Insert the headset into the side of the phone. The headset icon comes on
• Incoming ring only beeps in the headset when Meeting or Silent mode is enabled
• In normal ringing mode the handset rings, press the call switch to answer
• When a call is received music playing is suspended and resumes after the call ends
• The headset acts as the FM antenna and needs to be inserted to use the FM Radio
5.8
H o w t o m a k e a Vi d e o C a l l
3G coverage is required to make and receive video calls
• Enter the phone number using the keypad or from the Contacts list as already described
• Press the Video Call
• Press the red key
to make a video call.
to end the call
• If the call is not successful you are asked if you want to try a voice call instead.
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5.9
C a l l o p t i o n s d u r i n g a n a c t i v e Vi d e o C a l l
Press the Left Soft Key
for the following Options during a video call
call:
Hold / Retrieve
Send a still picture instead of your own image and the voice
is muted
Start recording video
Record video from the other party (i.e. received video stream)
Block /Send my picture
Block / Send your own image to the other party
Brightness
Adjust the brightness
Zoom
Change the magnification of your own image
PIP off/on
Hide or show your own picture on the local screen
Exchange PIP
Reverse the Picture in Picture display
New text message
Send SMS during a video call
Contacts
Switch to Contacts interface
5.10
H o w t o a n s w e r a Vi d e o C a l l
3G coverage is required to make and receive video calls . If a video call is received when
browsing or using multimedia functions, the browser, media player or FM radio is suspended.
W h e n r e c e i v i n g a n i n c o m i n g Vi d e o c a l l :
• When receiving an incoming video call the phone rings, vibrates and illuminates
depending on the current profile setting,
• Press the OK Key to accept the video call,
• Press the red key
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to end the video call.
5.11
How to make Emergency Calls
To m a k e a n e m e r g e n c y c a l l d u r i n g n o r m a l u s e
•
Ensure that the handset is switched on and in service
service.
•
Press the red key
•
Enter the emergency number for the present location using the keypad, (eg 111).
•
to call the number. Follow instructions received and do not end the call
Press the green key
until told to do so.
If the keypad is locked it is possible to dial the Emergency Numbers without having to unlock the
keypad. P r e s s t h e n u m b e r s a s r e q u i r e d t h e n p r e s s t h e C a l l k e y .
•
repeatedly to return to the Idle Screen
Screen.
•
Advise the operator which emergency service you require
•
Remain stationary to get the best coverage
•
Due to the nature of the cellular system the connection of emergency calls cannot be guaranteed
•
Never rely solely on any wireless device for essential communications ie. medical emergencies
The Emergency Number 112 is used internationally.
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A dv
anced Call Settings
dvanced
5.12
Videophone Settings
Men
u > Settings > arrow right
Menu
to Call > V ideophone setting
All the fields are preset by your carrier. Contact your Service Provider for more details.
5.13
Call Divert
Menu > Settings > arrow right
to Call > Call divert
This service enables incoming calls to be diverted to another number. Choose the Call divert
function required from the menu list. Select the function to Activate, Deactivate or Check status.
5.14
C a l l Wa i t i n g
Menu > Settings > arrow right
to Call > Call waiting
This feature allows an incoming call to be answered while already on a call. Answering the incoming
e call
call automatically places the first call on hold. The handset displays a table showing the Activ
ctive
Active
Hold
Hold’ calls.
and the call on Hold
Hold. Pressing Options allows the switching between the ‘Active
Active’ and ‘Hold
e:
Press Options to switch calls between Hold and A ctiv
ctive:
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03991234xx
Active
Press Options > Hold to switch calls
03996543xx
Hold
Press Options > Retrieve to switch calls
5.15
Call Barring
Menu > Settings > arrow right
to Call > Call barring
Call barring is a network feature. Contact your Service Provider to obtain your barring Password and
enable this feature if required.
All Outgoing
Calls cannot be made.
International Outgoing
International calls cannot be made.
International Outgoing
Restricts international calls except to
(except to home country)
your home country
All Incoming
Calls cannot be received.
Incoming (when roaming)
Calls cannot be received when you are overseas
Cancel all call barring
Cancels all barring settings
Change password
Set password to activate or erase call barring.
5.16
Send my number
Menu > Settings > arrow right
to Call > Send my number
y network is
calls. Switch it on or o f f . The default Set bby
Send or hide your number w hen making calls
On.
5.17
Any key to answer
Men
u > Settings > arrow right
y ke
y to answer
Menu
to Call > An
Any
key
Enables the pressing of any key to answer an incoming call. The default setting is Of
Offf.
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5.18
Missed Calls Alert
Menu > Settings > tab right to Handset > Missed calls alert
After missing a call, the missed call icon
is displayed on the information bar
bar. Press
the OK key to view the missed call details and to clear the icon.
When the Missed call alert is enabled the reminder tone will sound at your specified interval for
5 times or until the on screen message is acknowledged.
e y to display the All Missed Calls list.
After a missed call press the OK K
Ke
Press the green key
to dial the last number.
5.19
Call Options when Connected to a Bluetooth device
When connected to a Bluetooth accessory such as a car kit or a wireless headset incoming
calls are forwarded to the Bluetooth device. Press the Call key on the Bluetooth device to answer
the call. When idle press the call key on the Bluetooth device to initiate Last Number Redial on the
handset.
An active call can be switched between the Bluetooth device and the handset by
pressing:
Options > Switch to Handset / Switch to Bluetooth.
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6 Messages and Emails
6.1
H o w t o s e n d a T e x t M e s s a g e (SMS)
e y as a shortcut to Messag
es or
Press the Left Arr
Arrow
Ke
Messages
ow K
M e n u > M e s s a g e s > N e w m e s s a g e > Te x t m e s s a g e
e y to A dd a Contact or enter the number manually.
• Press the OK K
Ke
• Scroll to the chosen contact and press OK twice (once to select and once to confirm)
ow to move into the text field
• Press the Down Arr
Arrow
• The default text mode is abc indicated by abc in the top right corner of the display
• Enter text by pressing the corresponding multi tap keys for each letter. Press the key once for the
1st letter shown on the keys, twice for the 2nd letter etc.
edictiv
e text)
• Press the # ke
key
(Predictiv
edictive
text), ABC , abc and 123 text modes.
y to toggle between En (Pr
• When completed press the OK Key to Send the message.
6.2
H o w t o v i e w a r e c e i v e d Te x t M e s s a g e ( S M S )
• The en
envv elope icon
ormation bar indicates a new SMS message. The
on the inf
information
message alert tone and vibrate activate depending on the current profile setting.
Press OK to view.
• The envelope icon will clear once all unread messages have been viewed.
Menu > Messages > Inbox > OK
• Navigate to the Inbox (Menu
OK) to view received messages. Scroll to
the desired message and press OK to View
iew.
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6.3
H o w t o u s e P r e d i c t i v e Te x t
Predictive text allows words to be entered more efficiently using a single keypress for each letter, as
opposed to multiple keypresses in multi-tap text mode. Compare how to write the word ‘the’:
Tr a d i t i o n a l m u l t i - t a p t e x t m o d e ( A B C , a b c )
P r e d i c t i v e Te x t M o d e ( E n )
Press 8 (tuv) once to select ‘t’
Press 8 once for ‘t’
Press 4 (ghi) twice to select ‘h’
Press 4 once for ‘h’
Press 3 (def) twice to select ‘e’
Press 3 once for ‘e’
• The default text mode is abc indicated by abc in the top right corner of the display..
y to toggle between different modes En
key
En, ABC , abc and 123
• Press the # ke
• If you change the default mode the handset will remember your last setting.
• Predictive text uses a built-in dictionary to generate words from the letters pressed.
• When a word is highlighted press the # ke
key
Eg. dave > Dave > DAVE
y to raise the case. Eg
• Use the
keys to choose from available words and press OK to confirm or choose Spell
Wor
d? to insert a new word and save to My Wor
ds
d?
ord?
ord?
ords
ds. Unknown words default to Spell Wor
• In Multi-tap modes (ABC, abc) if the next letter is on the same key, wait until the cursor appears or
press the Right arrow
to move the cursor on.
y.
key
• To insert a space press the 0 key. To delete letters press the C ke
• Press the 1 key for common punctuation marks. Press the * key for special characters.
• ABC
ABC, abc are multi-tap modes. Press the key once for the 1 st letter, twice for the 2 nd letter etc.
• In text input screens (eg SMS, MMS and Email) you can add your own words to the built-in Dictionary
which is called My W or
ords.
ds.
• Press the Options key to access My Wor
ords
ds to A dd new words to the available lists
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6.4
H o w t o a d d w o r d s t o t h e b u i l t i n D i c t i o n a r y ( M y W o rrd
ds)
edictiv
e text mode enter words directly by choosing Spell W or
d?
• From pr
predictiv
edictive
ord?
ds
• From the text entry screen press the Options key and select My W or
ords
ds press OK to A dd a new word
• The first time you use My Wor
ords
ABC, abc or 123 modes then press OK to Sa
Savv e it
• Type the new word using the ABC
ds you can press the Options key to E dit
• In My W or
ords
dit, Delete or Delete all words.
6.5
Special Characters and SMS Message Length
Number of characters
SMS Message count
€ \
Each time one of these symbols is used 2 standard SMS characters are
[]{}
transmitted.
…
This symbol is not part of the standard SMS character set. Each time one of
tir
e message is converted to Unicode. The
these symbols is used the en
entir
tire
maximum number of Unicode characters per SMS is 70.
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6.6
How to send a Multimedia Message (MMS)
Use a Multimedia Message to send pictures
pictures, m u s i c or video files
files.
You can also send an MMS directly to an Email address.
Menu > Messages > New message > Multimedia message
• Enter the phone number, email or press OK for Contacts
• Press the down arrow
• Press the down arrow
to enter the subject field (if required)
to enter the main message body
e , A udio or Video file
• From the text area press OK to Inser
Insertt an Imag
Image
• Browse the folders to select the required file. Press OK
• When finished press the Left Soft Key > Options to Send
Each ‘page’ can only contain one image, one audio, and one video file. To add more than one file
of the same type, select Options to add a new page.
6.7
How to receive a Multimedia Message (MMS)
Menu > Messages > Inbox
e aler
alertt . Press OK to V iew
iew.
• When r eceiving an MMS you get a standard messag
message
• Press Retrieve to download the message attachment.
Options.
• When the attachment has downloaded press the Left Soft Key for Options
• Choose Use Highlighted Item to Save the file into File Manager
6.8
M M S a n d S M S Ad va n c e d S e t t i n g s
Menu > Messages >
Settings > SMS Settings
The message centre number is stored on your (U)SIM card supplied by your service provider. The
MMS and SMS settings are preset by your Service Provider.
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6.9
WA P P u s h M e s s a g e
Men
u > Messages > Settings > MMS Settings > Push Message – Accept or Reject
nu
A WAP push message is a formatted SMS that displays a message to the user, giving the option of
connecting directly to a website using the browser.
• WAP Push Messages are indicated by the
icon on the main display
• Use the Browser to view Push Messages. Set to Reject to disable Push Messages.
6.10
How to send an Email
Menu > Messages > tab right to Email > Settings > Mailbox Settings > Edit
• The default Email client is configured for your service provider
• Add your username
username, password and M y Email address
• The username should be the full address: [email protected]
• It is possible to A dd other providers under Mailbo
Mailboxx Settings
• Configure the settings by reference to the other provider.
Sending an Email
Menu > Messages > arrow right
to Email > New Email
• Enter the sender address e.g. [email protected]
•
ow
Press the down arr
arrow
•
Press the down arrow
to access the Subject Field
•
ow
Press the down arr
arrow
to enter the Text Field
•
Press OK to Insert attachments if required
Browse to the appropriate folder to add the attachment
When you are finished press the Left Soft Key > Options to Send.
•
•
to access the Copy To Field
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6.11
How to receive an Email
Configure the Email Client with your personal settings to enable Emails.
Menu > Messages > arrow right
to Email > Settings > Mailbox Settings > Options >
Edit
• The default Email client is configured for your service provider
• Add your username , password and My Email address
• The username should be the full address: [email protected]
Mailboxx Settings
• It is possible to A dd other providers under Mailbo
• Configure the POP Server details, SSL settings, IP Address etc. by reference to the other provider.
• Menu > Messages > arrow right
to Email > Inbox > Options > Retrieve
• New Email messages are delivered to the handset
6.12
How to set up automatic Email Retrieval
etr
iev
al
Men
u > Messag
es > arrow right
Menu
Messages
to Email > Settings > A utomatic R
Retr
etriev
ieval
Set your required polling time interval to check the server for new Email messages.
6.13
What are User Folders?
User folders can be used to file your incoming SMS, MMS and Email messages
• Menu > Messages or Email > Inbox > Options > Move to user folder
• Menu > Messages or Email > user folders to view the contents
• Rename your folders if required eg Work, Personal etc.
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7 How to Personalise the Phone
There are many ways to customise the handset such as changing profiles, wallpapers, ringtones,
and setting up shortcuts.
7.1
Change the Profiles
A profile describes how the handset behaves during an incoming call. Eg. If you are in a theatre or
library you can select the Silent profile.
Profile
Default Setting
General
Keytones ON, Ringing ON, Vibrate OFF
Notes
M e e t i n g Keytones OFF, Ringing OFF, Vibrate ON
Outdoor
Keytones ON, Ringing ON, Vibrate ON
Silent
Keytones OFF, Ringing OFF, Vibrate OFF
Press and hold the # key to switch
between the General and
M
e e t i n g profiles
Meeting
Each profile can be customised to suit your needs:
Menu > Settings > arrow right
settings:
to Profiles > Edit the required Profile to change the following
• Voicecall ringtone
• Ring volume
• Message tone
• Warning tone
• Videocall ringtone
•
• Keypad volume
• Earpiece volume
(eg. Low battery)
Ringing type
(eg. vibrate)
•
Keypad sounds
From the idle screen long press the # key to switch between General and Meeting profiles.
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7.2
Set your own Shortcut Keys (Arrow keys)
The four arrow keys (
from the idle screen
screen.
) can be customised to launch your preferred features quickly
Menu > Settings > arrow right
to Handset > Shortcut keys > OK
• Set each key in turn to the preferred setting
• Scroll to the chosen feature and press OK to assign the shortcut key.
Example Shortcut Setting:
File Manager
Calendar
Messages
Multimedia
7.3
Change the Background Screen (Wallpaper)
Men
u > Settings > W allpaper
nu
ed ffolder
older eg Photos > W allpaper
es
• Browse to the r equir
equired
allpaperss or My Pictur
Pictures
• Choose the required picture and press Set to confirm
See Connectivity to import pictures
See Imaging to take photos on the camera
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7.4
C h a n g e t h e d e f a u l t R i n g t o n e o r M e s s a g e To n e
Menu > Settings > arrow right
to Profiles > Select the Profile you wish to modify > Edit
e Tone
• Press OK to Modify the V oicecall r ingtone
ingtone, V ideocall r ingtone or Messag
Message
• Browse to A udios
udios, Ring to see the available built in tones.
• See Connectivity to import your own music files.
7.5
E n a b l e Vi b ra t e M o d e
M enu > Settings > tab right to Profiles > Select the Profile you wish to modify > Edit
• Scroll down
ing Type and press OK to Modify
to Ring
Ringing
• Select the required mode and press OK to confirm.
• The vibrate icon
7.6
displays on the Information Bar
Engage Meeting Mode with a single key press
eting Mode puts the handset in silent mode with vibrate on.
• Me
Meeting
• From the Idle Screen press and hold the
# key to engage and disengage Meeting Mode
• The vibrate icon
displays on the Information Bar
7.7
and mute symbol
Change the keypad sounds
Menu > S ettings > arrow right
to Profiles > Edit, Scroll down
• Keypad volume sets the volume level for the keypad sounds. Select Mute switch them off.
ounds select Tones or Spoken (Chinese, English or Maor
i)
• K e ypad ssounds
Maori)
i). The default is English
Spoken keys.
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7.8
Change the Backlight timers
Menu > Settings > Backlight timers
klight dur
ation
• Bac
Backlight
duration
ation: The main display is lit for the duration specified after the last key press
ration
• Halflight du
duration
ration: the display is lit at reduced brightness for the specified time
7.9
Change the Display Brightness
Menu > Settings > Display Brightness
• Use the Up and Down
7.10
keys to set the desired level.
Set the Keypad Backlighting
Menu > Settings > Keypad Backlighting
Keypad light
Period
Set the duration the keys remain illuminated after the last key press
Always On
The keypad backlighting is enabled for the Duration specified
Customise
The keypad is only illuminated between the times set
Keypad backlighting is unnecessary during the day so a customised setting can improve
battery life.
7.11
Add a Greeting and Owner name
Menu > Settings > Owner name
Menu > Settings > Greeting
• The Owner name is permanently displayed on the idle screen
• The Greeting is displayed during the start up sequence
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7.12
What is the PIN Code?
Menu > Settings > arrow right
to Security > Enable PIN Codes > PIN Code
• The PIN code is stored on the (U)SIM card and protects your account against unwanted use
• Select On or Of
Offf and enter the PIN number to confirm. The original PIN number is provided by your
service provider but can be changed if required
• To change the PIN Code select Chang
Change
e PIN C odes
• If you forget the PIN code it can be reset by your service provider.
7.13
What is the Handset Lock Code?
Menu > Settings > arrow right
to Security > Enable PIN Codes > Handset lock code
• The Handset lock code is stored on the handset and protects against unwanted use. If the handset
is lost or stolen it cannot be switched on without the handset lock code. This provides a greater
level of protection than the PIN code which protects the (U)SIM card only. The default code is 0000.
• Select On or Off and enter the Handset code, 0000.
• To change the Handset Code select Chang
Change
e PIN C odes and enter a new code of your choice
• It is important to remember this code as it cannot be reset by the user. It can
only be reset by the repair agent for a fee.
7.14
Additional notes on PIN Codes
• The PIN and PUK Codes are provided by your Service Provider
• If you enter the PIN number incorrectly three times the phone will be PUK locked
• Contact your service provider to get the PIN Unlocking Key (PUK code)
• PIN2 Code is an additional PIN on the (U)SIM card and is not generally supported.
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8 File Manager
8.1
File Manager
Menu > File Manager
File Manager is a storage area for Photos
Photos, A udios
udios, and Videos
ideos. It is separated into four folders,
Photos, A udios
udios, V ideos and Other
Otherss as shown:
Photos
Folder
Contents
Description
Photos
Wallpapers
Background screens for the handset
My Pictures
Default directory for handset pictures
Ring
Pre-loaded handset Ring Tones
My Audios
Storage for your own Audio files (MP3 etc)
My Videos
Default directory for handset videos
Audios
Videos
Others
Downloaded Internet files, JAVA apps etc.
Preloaded files in the Wallpapers and Ring folders are read only and cannot be deleted.
8.2
I n s t a l l i n g Ad d i t i o n a l M e m o r y - m i c ro S D c a r d
Handset memory can be increased by inserting a micro SD (HC) card up to 8GB.
micro SD cards up to 2GB are supported (FAT 16 format).
micro SD HC (high capacity) cards up to 8GB are supported (FAT 32 format).
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• Open the memory expansion port on the left side of the handset
• Insert the memory card as shown with the gold contacts facing up. The card will only fit one way.
• Push the card all the way in until it locks into place. Use your finger nail or a soft blunt object.
• With the microSD card inserted the default storage location (for photos etc) is the External
Memory
u > Settings > arrow right
Menu
Memory. You can set this under Men
to Handset > Download
location.
• Go to Menu > File Manager > arrow right
to Memory Card to access the stored files
• Go to Menu > Settings > Handset > USB Mode > Mass Storage Mode to enable the
memory card to show up as an external drive on your computer. See Connectivity for more information.
• Always handle memory cards with care and avoid static discharge
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9 Alarms and A ppointments
9.1
Set Alarms
Men
u > Tools > Alarm > Add (or View an existing Alarm)
Menu
Configure the alarm as required using the Alarm Setup Screen:
• Dail
Daily
y Alarm goes off every day
orkday
Options)
• Workda
y Alarm goes off Mon – Fri only (Rest days can be set under Options
eekly
• Weekl
y Alarm goes off at the same time each week
• Once Alarm only goes off once
• Snooze can be set to be Off, 5, 10, 15 or 30 minute intervals
• Snooze repeats for six times or until you Stop the alarm by pressing the OK key
• The Alarm ssound
ound is preset. Press E dit to change if required
• If the Alarm time has passed it cannot be saved
• If the phone is switched off the Alarm automatically switches the handset On
A l a r m S u m m a r y Ta b l e
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Status
Enable / Disable
Alarm type
Daily, Workday, Weekly, Once
Alarm date
Available with Weekly and Once
Alarm time
Set as required
Snooze
Off, 5, 10, 15, 30 minutes
Ringtone
On / Off
Alarm sound
alarm.mid, press Edit to change
Comment
Optional
9.2
Set Appointments using the Calendar
Men
u > Tools > Calendar > A dd
Menu
• Add a A ppointment
ppointment, Memo or R eminder
eminder.. The memo function does not include an alarm
y Meetings and Anniv
er
sar
ies
ents such as W eekl
• Use the A ppointment to set r epeat ev
events
eekly
Anniver
ersar
saries
• Follow the prompts on screen to configure the event, see the examples in the table below
• Events are shown by a highlighted box on the event day
• Use Options to see the Week view and to change default behaviour under Settings
• If the Alarm time has passed or is after the event time you cannot save the appointment
• If the phone is switched off the Alarm automatically switches the handset On
E x a m p l e s o f d i f f e r e n t u s e s ffo
or the Calendar > Appointment function
Subject
Daily Reminder
Meeting with alarm R e p e a t M e e t i n g A n n i v e r s a r y
Check mail
Appointment
Weekly Team
Dentist
Office
Location
John’s Birthday
Start time
10.00am
11.00am
10.00am
08.00am
End time
10.00am
01.00pm
11.00am
08.00am
Start date
28/09/2008
30/10/2008
29/09/2008
29/03/2009
End date
01/01/2010
30/10/2008
01/01/2010
29/03/2030
Alarm set
On
On
On
On
Alarm time
09.45am
10.00am
09.45am
08.00am
Alarm date
28/09/2008
30/10/2008
29/09/2008
29/03/2009
Repeat set
Daily
Not repeated
Weekly
Yearly
N/A
29/09/2012
29/03/2030
R e p e a t u n t i l 28/10/2008
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10 Imag
ing - Pictur
es and V ideos
Imaging
Pictures
10.1
How to use the Camera
Menu > Multimedia > Camera
From Still mode press
to change to Video mode as shown by the icon in the top right
hand corner. Press OK or the Camera key to Capture.
• Use the Up and Down arrows to control the zoom*
• Press the Options button to:
¾ Change the Photo size
size**
¾ Change the Photo quality
¾ Change the Brightness
¾ Change the Contrast
Normal, B&W or Sepia
¾ Apply an Effect (Normal,
Sepia)
¾ Change the Shutter sound
¾ Save to – Handset memory or External Memory (SD card if fitted)
¾ Use the front / back camera
¾ Switch to video camera
¾ Press My Pics to view your saved pictures
* Zoom is not available on 1200 x 1600 as the screen is at maximum resolution.
** The default photo size is small to enable easy sending by MMS and Email.
u > Mul
timedia > Camer
a > Options > Photo siz
e
To increase the photo size : Men
Menu
Multimedia
Camera
size
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10.2
H o w t o u s e t h e Vi d e o C a m e ra
M e n u > M u l t i m e d i a > V i d e o C a m e rra
a
to change to Still mode as shown by the icon in the top right
From Video mode press the
hand corner. Press OK or the Camera key to Record
Record.
• Use the Up and Down arrows to control the zoom
• Press the Options button to change the following:
size, default is MMS size. Change this if required.
¾ Video size
¾ Video quality
¾ Brightness
¾ Contrast
Normal, B&W or Sepia
¾ Effect (Normal,
Sepia)
¾ Video sound
¾ Video format, MP4 or 3GP
¾ Save to – Handset memory or External Memory (if fitted)
ont / back camera
¾ U s e t h e f rro
¾ Switch to camera
Press My Vids to view your saved video files
When viewing a video press Full Scr. to view in Landscape.
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10.3
Viewing pictures and videos
1 . View the file directly from File Manager
Menu > File Manager > Photos > My Pictures or
e r > V i d e o s > M y V ideos
nu
Manage
Men
u > F ile Manag
Scroll down the list to your chosen picture or video, Press Open to view the picture or video.
2 . Create a slide show to view pictures in sequence
es
Multimedia
Pictures
Menu
Men
u > Mul
timedia > Slide show > A dd > Photos > My Pictur
Press the Right Soft Key to Mark your selected photos then press OK to Save
Press Play to access the slide show, then press Start to automatically view the pictures sequentially.
Camera
3 . V i e w M y P i c s o r M y V ids fr o m Camer
a mode
Menu > Multimedia > Camera > My Pics
Men
u > Mul
timedia > V ideo Camer
a > My V ids
Menu
Multimedia
Camera
Press the Right Soft Key to select My Pics or My Vids to view your saved photos or videos.
A dditional ffeatur
eatur
es w
hen viewing Pictur
es and V ideos (* = Available in Full Screen mode
eatures
when
Pictures
only)
Still Pictur
es
Pictures
Full Screen
Right Soft Key
Videos
Full Screen, Landscape
Right Soft Key
Zoom in and out* Up and Down Arrows
Volume up and down
Up and Down Arrows
R o t a t e t h e i m a g e 1,3 keys
Brightness
2,8
M o v e t h e i m a g e * 2,4,6,8
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11 Music
To import music files onto the handset see the following sections:
• Import music files from your computer using Join Me (See Connectivity
Connectivity)
• Import music files from your computer or other device using Bluetooth (See Connectivity
Connectivity)
Connectivity)
• Import music files from a computer using Mass Storage mode (See Connectivity
11.1
Browse and play music files from File Manager
Men
u > FFile
ile Manag er > A udios > My A udios
nu
• Press Open to play the desired music file.
11.2
FM Radio
Menu > Multimedia > FM radio
• Insert the personal hands free kit (PHF). The headset acts as the antenna for the FM radio.
sear
eset
• Tune the required station using the
keys or Options > A utouto-sear
searcc h or A dd pr
preset
• Auto-search scans automatically for channels.
eset to enter the frequency using the keypad and * key to access the decimal
• Use A dd pr
preset
point
• Remember to S a v e the new channel
channel.
• From the channel list press Options > R ename to personalize the channel name eg ABC
• If an incoming call is received, the radio is suspended while you answer the call.
Warning – At high volumes, prolonged listening to audio devices can damage hearing.
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11.3
Create a new Playlist
Method 1:
Create a Playlist from File Manager
M e n u > FFile
ile Manag er > A udios > My A udios
• Scroll through the files and Mark file(s) or press Options > Mark all files
ylist > OK (for existing Playlist) or A dd, OK (for new playlist)
• Press Options > A dd to pla
playlist
• The selected song or songs will be added to an existing or new playlist
• Menu > Multimedia > Playlist > Scroll to select,, OK to Play
Method 2: Create a playlist in Multimedia
timedia > Pla
ylist > A dd > Playlist name
Playlist
Multimedia
Menu
Men
u > Mul
> OK > A udios > Br
Browse
owse to locate files
• Press Mark to add files to the playlist
• Press OK to save the Playlist
• Press Options to add a New Playlist, Rename etc:
• Press Edit to add tracks then Options to Remove
Playlist, you need to save it
• After editing a Playlist
• From within a Playlist press Options to set the Repeat Setting
Setting,
Equaliser:
• Use
keys to adjust the volume
• Press the
keys to skip tracks
• Press and hold the
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keys to forward or rewind through tracks
12 C onnectivity
12.1
Use Join Me to Connect your phone to a computer
Join Me is a computer program to connect your phone to a computer. Once installed Join Me is used
to manage contacts, messages and calendar functions. It is also used to connect to the internet and
transfer music / picture files. Please install the software before connecting your phone.
Compatibility
y compatible with Windows 7, Vista, XP (SP2 & SP3) and MAC OS (10.5,10.6) and
• The software is onl
only
above but cannot be guaranteed to run on these systems
• The software may not run in all environments, or in conjunction with other software
• Multi-boot systems are not supported
• The software should be installed and run with the Administrator login
• Please install the software before connecting your phone and follow the installation steps carefully
• Please see our web site FAQ’s http://www.zte.co.nz
• Browse the CD Join Me Help file for more assistance.
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12.2
Install Join Me
Please install the Join Me CD before connecting the phone to the computer.
• Insert the CD provided into the computer
• The CD auto-starts after a few seconds
• If auto run does not start then run Setup.exe from the CD to launch the installation shield
• Please follow the prompts to install the software
• When the installation is complete plug the handset into the computer using the USB lead supplied
• The USB lead is unique and should not be used for other devices (It is not the same as digital
camera leads)
• When the handset is plugged in the computer automatically installs the drivers. If this fails consult
our website for more help or access Windows Device Manager to update the drivers. See http://
www.zte.co.nz for instructions.
Note
If the phone is connected to the computer before installing Join Me then the drivers are not installed
correctly:
• Unplug the phone, un-install then re-install Join Me
• See the Join Me user guide on the CD for more information
• See http://www.zte.co.nz for more assistance.
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12.3
Use Join Me to copy photos to your computer
Transfer photos from the handset to your computer using JoinME:
• Make sure the phone is switched on and connected to the computer and JoinME
has been installed.
• The PC Connection on the handset needs to be set to USB
Menu > Settings > arrow right
to Handset > PC Connection > USB
• Connect the phone to the computer using the USB lead supplied
• Double-click the JoinME icon on the desktop
desktop.
Connect.
• Select the phone type and press Connect
• Select the Media button
as shown on the next page
• Double click on My Phone in the bottom left hand corner
• Double click on Photos to expand the folder structure
• Double click on My Pictures to see the picture files on the right hand side.
• Drag
Drag* the required file from the file list and Drop
Drop* it into the required destination folder on
the PC.
• The file will be copied to the destination folder (eg Desktop)
• F i l e s c a n o n l y b e t r a n s f e r r e d i n t o F o l d e r ss.
• The default picture size is small when viewed on the computer. See 10.1
* Drag and Drop is a method of copying files. Click on the file, hold down the left mouse button, move
the mouse pointer to the required destination and release the left mouse button to Drop the file to
ternativ
el
y right click on the file and use Cop
y and Paste from the menu.
that location. Al
Alternativ
ternativel
ely
opy
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Copy files (eg Photos) from phone to computer using JoinME
1 . Select the Media button
2 . Select My Pictures folder on My
Phone
3 . Drag the picture from My Pictures to
a folder on the PC
4 . Alternatively right click on the file and
use Copy and Paste from the menu
Files can only be copied into
Folders
Notes on transferring files
DRM protected files, default ringtones and
wallpapers cannot be copied or sent to
other devices.
The handset does not support the transfer
of Contacts via Bluetooth.
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12.4
Use Join Me to transfer music from a computer
• Check that PC Connection on the handset is set to USB
Menu > Settings > arrow right
to Handset > PC Connection > USB
• With the handset on and Join Me installed.
• Double click the Join Me icon on the desktop
desktop.
Connect.
• Select the phone type and press Connect
• Select the Media tab as shown in the picture on the next page.
• Double click My Phone in the bottom left hand corner
corner.
older.
• Double clic
clickk A udios to open up the A udios ffolder
older
• Locate the m usic files on the computer by browsing through the Windows file structure in Join
Me.
ag the required file from the top half (computer) and drop it into My A udios on the phone.
Drag
• Dr
• The file is copied to the destination folder (as shown below). Files can only be copied into
Folders.
• Alternatively Right Click on the file, choose Copy
Copy, then go to the destination folder and Paste
Paste.
Note: Files that you purchase from your service provider are DRM protected. These protected files
cannot be copied or sent to other devices.
MP3, WAV, WMA and MIDI files are supported.
The MP3 format is preferable due to smaller file size.
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Copy files(eg Music) from Computer to handset using JoinME
Select the Media button Use drag and drop
to copy the selected file from the computer
to the My A udios folder on the handset.
Alternatively select the file, right click to
Copy the file, select the destination folder
(on the handset) and choose Paste
Paste.
Files can only be transferred into user
olderss on the handset
handset. Eg. Transfer music
f older
files into My Audios, pictures into My Pictures
and java games and applications into the
Others folder.
All other folders are write protected.
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12.5
Enter Contacts using Join Me
Use JoinME to enter new contacts into the phone.
On the phonebook tab enter
contacts directly using the PC.
Select “New Contact” then
complete the required fields.
Select the Save Location; Local,
Phone, (U)SIM or All.
The save location ‘Local’ refers to the computer. Remember to change this if you want to save
contacts directly to the handset or use the copy function to copy contacts from Local to Phone.
There is less storage available on the USIM card so some of the fields are greyed out.
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12.6
Copy Contacts from the phone to the computer (create a backup)
2. ‘Select all’ by checking the
box at the top of the list
3. Drag and drop the
complete list to Local.
This will copy all the USIM
contacts to the PC (Local)
Yo u c a n a l s o s e l e c t a n
individual contact to copy it
in either direction.
1. Select USIM to copy contacts
from the USIM to the PC
Y ou can als o rrii g h t c l i c k on the
Contacts grid and Import from
Outlook. See 12.7 below…
Copy one or all of the contacts from Local to Phone using the same method
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12.7
•
•
•
•
•
Import Contacts from Microsoft Outlook
Launch Microsoft Outlook, have Join Me running and the handset connected.
Select the Phonebook tab in Join Me, see image in section 12.6
Click the ‘sync’ button in the lop right hand corner of the Join Me window
Outlook.
Select Import Contacts From Outlook
Only contacts in the root folder (Contacts) of Outlook are imported
The following fields are imported from Outlook to Join Me as below:
Outlook
Full Name
Mobile Telephone Number
Other Telephone Number
Business Telephone Number
Home Telephone Number
Home Address
Home Fax
E-mail
E-mail 2
Join Me
Name
Mobile
Mobile(Other)
Tel Office
Tel Home
Address
Fax
Email(Public)
Email(Other)
Note: Telephone numbers must contain numbers only for import to be successful. (only exception
is the ‘+’ symbol). Any foreign characters eg. ( ) - . will cause the entry not to be imported.
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12.8
Export Contacts to Microsoft Outlook
• Launch Microsoft Outlook, have Join Me running and the handset connected.
• Select the Phonebook tab in Join Me, see image in section 12.6
• Tick the phone number(s) you want to export.
• Click the ‘sync’ button in the top right hand corner of the Join Me window
• Select Export Contacts to Outlook
• The contact details will be mapped to the Outlook fields as shown. It is possible to modify the
respective Outlook destination field using the drop down box.
• Press Start Export to export the Contacts:
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12.9
Use Join Me to send an SMS
• Select the Message tab
• Click the New button to draft an SMS
• The new message window appears
Local, Phone or (U)SIM card
• Click the magnifying glass to select a contact from Local
• Tick the box to select the Contact, press the right arrow to choose.
• Multiple contacts can be chosen. Click OK to continue
• Type your message in the text entry field and press Send when complete.
• Alternatively from the Phonebook tab you can select multiple contacts then right click and select
New Message.
SMS Messages sent from Join Me are stored on your computer in the Local folder of the Message
tab.
12.10 Import Calendar events from Microsoft Outlook
• Launch Microsoft Outlook, have Join Me running and the handset connected
• Note: at the end of the import process Outlook may shut down. Save all information beforehand.
• Select the Calendar tab in Join Me
• Click the ‘sync’ button in the lop right hand corner of the Join Me window
• Select Import Calendar From Outlook
• All calendar entries are copied into Join Me
• Select the required entries, or select All
• Copy the imported entries from Local to phone
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12.11 Use Join Me to connect to the Internet
You can use the phone as a modem to connect a computer to the internet.
• Make sure the phone is switched on and connected to the computer and JoinME
has been installed.
• The PC Connection on the handset must be set to USB
to Handset > PC Connection > USB
Menu > Settings > arrow right
• Double click the JoinME icon on the desktop
desktop.
• Select the Internet tab as shown below
• Press Connect to Internet go online
aul
• The def
defaul
aultt APN for Dial Up Networking is preconfigured
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12.12
Connect to a Bluetooth Device
Bluetooth is used as a wireless connection for headsets, hands free car kits and computers. Not all
applications or devices are supported. Bluetooth is an open forum and manufacturers choose which
functions to implement.
The handset supports Bluetooth 2.0 with Handsfree, Headset, FTP and DUN profiles.
Consult the other device for compatibility, connection issues and to find the pairing password.
Please follow the process carefully. Connecting to a Bluetooth device first time around requires
authentication where both devices share a password.
When the devices are paired and connected the process is more automatic.
Connect to a Bluetooth Device
Men
u > Tools > Bluetooth > Bluetooth manag
er
Menu
manager
ow K
e y to switch Bluetooth on.
• Press the Left or Right Arr
Arrow
Ke
• Go down to Visible then press the Left or Right Arr
Arrow
Ke
Show. The phone name
ow K
e y to select Show
can be customised if required. Press OK to confirm.
• Go to My devices and press OK
OK. Press Search to look for Bluetooth devices nearby.
• The chosen device must be switched on and in pairing mode.
Connect.
• Available devices are listed in the device list. Select the required device and press OK to Connect
• Enter the pass code
code, usually 0000 or 1234. Consult the device user guide for more information.
• If you are connecting to a PC or another mobile enter the same password when requested on that
device.
• Once the password has been shared and accepted by both devices they are paired.
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Send files from the handset to another device
Menu > File Manager
• Browse through the folders to the chosen file
• Press the Left Soft Key for Options
ey
Ke
• Choose Send then select V ia Bluetooth and press the OK K
• If no devices are shown press Search
• Select the required device to send the file to
• Enter a pass code and use the same pass code on the other device (eg 0000).
Receive files from another device
• When another device sends you a file press Yes to authorise the connection
• Press Yes to accept the file
Connect to a Bluetooth Car Kit or Personal Headset
Follow the manufacturer’s instructions carefully to enable Pairing Mode on the other device.
It is not possible to connect the phone to the other device unless Pairing Mode is enabled.
Select the required device, share a pass code and press Connect
Connect.
Men
u > Tools > Bluetooth > Bluetooth manag
er > Turn On, Show > OK
Menu
manager
• Make sure Bluetooth is On and in Show mode and the other device is in Pairing Mode
u > Tools > Bluetooth > My devices
Menu
• On the handset go to Bluetooth: Men
• Press the Right Soft Key to Search
• From the list of available devices select the required device and press OK to Connect
• Enter the pass code specified in the user guide of the far end device (eg 0000 or 1234)
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• When the devices are paired the handset reports the device has been added
• In My devices go to the new device and press OK to Connect
• The devices are now Connected
• When connected, incoming calls are sent to the Bluetooth device automatically. Press the call
button to answer.
• During a call press Options > Switch to Handset to return the call to the handset
12.13 Dial Up Networking using USB or Bluetooth
Dial Up Networking (DUN) is a method to connect your PC or MAC to the internet using the handset
as a dial up modem. Broadband speeds can be achieved on the high speed wireless network.
a ) D i a l u p N e t w o r k i n g o ve r U S B u s i n g t h e Wi n d o w s N e w Co n n e c t i o n Wi z a rd
Make sure Join Me is installed, the handset is on and connected to the PC using the USB lead supplied.
E x a m p l e ffo
or Windows X P
d and
u n i c a t i o n s > N e w C o n n e c t i o n W i z a rrd
On the P C go S t a r t > A c c e s s o rrii e s > C o m m
mu
follow the prompts:
Connect to the internet > Set up my connection manually > Connect using a dial up
modem
Select the ZTE USB Modem and uncheck any other modems
The ISP Name can be any name you like eg. R109 Handset
umber to
Set the Phone n
number
asswor
d must be blank >
* 99# > The Username and PPasswor
assword
‘Make this the default Internet connection’ can be unchecked (optional) >
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‘Add a shortcut to this connection to my Desktop’ can be checked (optional) > Finish
Press Dial to test the connection
The PC opens an internet connection using the handset as a high speed modem
b) Dial Up Networking over Bluetooth
Bluetooth can be considered as a wireless replacement for the USB connection and is compatible
with any DUN enabled Bluetooth device. Use Bluetooth to connect the handset to a PC or MAC and
use Dial Up Networking to create an internet connection.
i)
Both devices must have Bluetooth ON
u > Tools > Bluetooth > Bluetooth manag
er > Turn On, Show > OK
Handset : Men
manager
Menu
PC or MAC: Enable Bluetooth using the appropriate hardware or software settings
ii)
Set the handset PC Connection to Bluetooth
Menu > Settings > Handset > PC Connection > Bluetooth
iii)
Create a New Connection on the PC or MAC
Launch the Bluetooth manager software on your PC or MAC. This varies depending on your platform,
hardware and software. Create a new connection and enter the same password, when prompted,
on each device. Select the R109 Handset, the Dial Number is
* 99# and the Username and
Passwords are blank.
When the Bluetooth manager opens a connection to the handset, accept the incoming
connection by pressing Yes when prompted.
The PC or MAC can now connect to the internet via the handset.
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12.14 PC Connection
Menu > Settings > Handset > PC Connection > Bluetooth
PC Connection specifies how the handset transfers data to a computer. It can be set to be via Bluetooth
or via the USB cable. Join Me transfers data via the USB connector, setting up a wireless data session
over Bluetooth requires the PC Connection to be set to Bluetooth.
If PC Connection > Bluetooth is selected then Join Me will not connect to the
handset.
Restore the PC Connection to USB to re-enable Join Me.
12.15 Use the phone as a Mass Storage Device with a microSD Card
Men
u > Settings > Arr
ow Right
nu
Arrow
to Handset > USB Mode
Mass Storage enables the microSD Memory card to be connected to the computer as an external
drive. The handset can be used as a USB mass storage device. Files can be transferred to and from
the handset via the USB cable. The memory card appears as an external drive on your computer.
PC Suite Mode enables the handset to transfer files to the Join Me Computer Suite via the USB
cable.
Note
tor
ag
e mode then calls cannot
Note: When the handset is connected to a computer in Mass SStor
torag
age
be made or received. The handset is disconnected from the network.
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13 Other FFacilities
acilities
13.1
Browser
Menu > Browser
Home
The home page is set by your Service Provider
New Link
Enter a web address manually using the keypad
Bookmarks
Link to a previously saved page
History
Display pages visited
Saved Page
View a local copy of a previously saved page
Settings
Display browser settings (see below)
Version
Display current browser version
M e n u > B r o w s e rr> S e t t i n g s
Connection settings
Sets the APN, preset by your service provider
Advanced settings
Customise the browser display modes, sound, cache, cookies etc
Clear cache
Clears all cache data
Clear Cookies
Deletes all cookie information
Clear history
Clears all history data
Certificate
List the root and CA certificates on the handset
If a web page is not displayed correctly then change the Smart Fit Mode to Off.
anced Settings > Smar tF
it Mode > On or Of
u > Br
owser
owser> Settings > A dv
dvanced
tFit
Offf
Menu
Browser
Men
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13.2
Stopwatch
Men
u > Tools > S t o p w
atch
nu
wa
• Press OK to Start timing.
•
•
•
Press OK to S top timing. The screen displays the event time.
Press OK to continue timing.
Press Right Soft Key to reset.
13.3
W orld T i m e
Men
u > Tools > W orld T ime
Menu
• The world time function provides time information on major cities worldwide.
• Scroll to the desired city using the Left / Right keys
keys.
• Select the required city then press the OK Key to save the selected city as the local time zone.
• Note changing time zones changes the current time setting.
• Daylight Savings is not supported.
13.4
Calculator
Men
u > Tools > Calculator
Menu
• Press 0~9 keys to enter numbers. Press Point to enter the decimal point.
• Press
for
+, –, ×, ÷
• Press the C key to clear digits and results.
• Press OK to show the result
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13.5
Currency Conversion
M e n u > Tools > Curr enc y C o n
nvv e rrss i o n
• Convert currencies quickly and easily
• The exchange rate stays set after you close the function
• Use the
arrows to highlight the required field
• Press Point to use a decimal point
• The result is displayed in local or foreign currency automatically
13.6
Vo i c e R e c o rd e r
Men
u > Mul
timedia > V oice rrecor
ecor
der (use Options to c hang
e the dur
ation if rrequir
equir
ed )
Menu
Multimedia
ecorder
hange
duration
equired
• Press OK to Start recording the voice memo
Contin
• Press OK to Pause / Continue (Contin
Contin.) recording
• Press the Right Soft Key to Stop recording
• Press OK to Sa
Savv e . The file is saved to My Audios
• Press Right Soft Key to Discard the voice memo
• Press Left Soft Key and select Send to send the memo via MMS, Email or Bluetooth.
13.7
Slide Show
Menu > Multimedia > Slide Show
• Add pictures by pressing A dd or Options > New Slide
• Browse to My Pictures and Mark the pictures you want. Press OK to finish, Play to play.
• Use Options to create New slide, Rename, Delete, Delete all, and View the image info.
• Press the Right Soft Key to edit the slide
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13.8
Streaming URL
Menu > Multimedia > Streaming URL
Streaming URL are links to audio or video streaming content over the internet. The content is only
available while connected to the server and depends on your network provider.
13.9
Connections
Menu > Settings > arrow right
to Handset > Connections
Connections are pre-defined by your service provider and enable the handset to connect to the
internet via WAP and to send multi media messages (MMS). When using an alternate carrier, Add a
new Connection setting as defined by your service provider.
13.10 Access Point Settings
Men
u > Settings > arrow right
nu
to Handset > A c cess point settings
Access Point Settings (APN) are pre-defined by your service provider and enable the handset to
connect to the internet via WAP and to send multi media messages (MMS). When using an alternate
carrier, Add a new APN setting as defined by your service provider.
13.11 Restore default settings
Menu > Settings > arrow right
to Handset > Restore default settings > 0000
If the handset is not working as normal, restore the handset to default factory settings. The default
Handset Lock Code is 0000. User content is not erased.
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13.12 Auto Keylock
Menu > Settings > arrow right
to Handset > Keylock
Auto keylock can be set to automatically lock the keypad after a predetermined time. Set your desired
time from the available choices. Press * followed by the Right Soft Key to lock or unlock the keypad.
Emergency numbers can still be dialled while the keypad is in the locked state.
Enter the emergency number on the keypad then press the green Call Key.
13.13 Network Settings
Menu > Settings > arrow right
to Handset > Network settings
Mode: Lock the handset to GSM or UMTS (3G) Networks
Preferred Mode
Band: Lock the handset to certain bands, U = UMTS, G = GSM
Preferred Band
Preferred Selection
Selection: Choose which network to register with from a list of available networks.
M a n u a l N e t w o r k S e l e c t i o n o v e r r i d e s the P r e f e r r e d M o d e a n d B a n d s e t t i n g ss.
The handset stays on the chosen network and related band. Eg. If you choose a GSM Network,
the Preferred Mode switches to GSM and remains in GSM-only mode. Further searches
ef
err
ed Selection > Man
ual mode only detects GSM networks. To return to
performed by Pr
Pref
eferr
erred
Manual
normal mode set Preferred Mode and Preferred band to Automatic.
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13.14 Games & Apps
Menu > Games & Apps
• Built in applications are provided by your Service Provider
• Download the latest games from your service provider or other specialist websites
• The handset supports Java Midlet 2.0
• Use Join Me to copy other games from your computer (see Connectivity)
• Games and applications are saved into the Others folder
• Select Open to install the game.
13.15
CTM
Menu > Settings > arrow right
to Handset > CTM
CTM (Cellular Text Telephone Modem) is a text based communications protocol to offer support to
hearing and speech impaired people. Hearing or speech impaired persons can communicate using
a teletype (TTY) terminal connected to the mobile phone via a CTM Modem. The TTY signals are sent
alongside speech so it is possible to configure the system to enable speaking and hearing as well
as typing or receiving text to the TTY device. See below for the options available:
CTM Mode
Description
Full
Text entered on the terminal is sent to the other party. Received text from
R ead & Talk
Received text is displayed on the terminal. Voice is relayed to the other party.
the other party is displayed on the terminal.
Write & Hear Text entered on the terminal is sent to the other party. Incoming speech is
heard from the other party.
Off
All CTM is disabled, use the phone as normal.
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14 Tr oubleshooting , Tec
hnical and W arr
anty Inf
ormation
echnical
arranty
Information
14.1
T r o u b l e s h o o t i n g a n d FFA
AQ’s
Please check the manual thoroughly before contacting your service provider
Symptom
No
incoming
Solution
ring
Check the ring tone and ring volume settings under Profiles
or alarm tone
Check the handset is not muted (Long press the # key
key)
(No) keytones when
Check the key tone settings in the current profile.
pressing keys
See 7.1 Change the Profiles
How do I extend the
This is not a handset setting. Please contact your Service
incoming ring time?
Provider to extend the ringing time.
A phone number can-
Check for network coverage
not be dialled
Check whether any call restrictions are set. See 5.15 Call Barring
Short messages cannot
See Text Message Settings and check the SMS centre number is
be sent or received
correct. Contact your service provider for more details.
MMS messages cannot
Your subscription does not include data services. Check with your
be sent or received
service provider.
How do I switch off Pre-
The # k e y is used to toggle between different modes.
d i c t i v e Te x t ?
See Chapter 6 for details.
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Symptom
Resolution
I cannot connect to
Check: Menu > Settings > Handset > PC Connection > USB
Join Me
Uninstall and re-install the CD software
See FAQ’s at http://www.zte.co.nz / for more assistance
My phone is slow to
Restart your phone every day to refresh the memory
respond, handset
Delete or archive old SMS messages and other content
storage problems
Restore default settings:
Menu > Settings > Handset > Restore default settings > 0000
The battery dis-
Possible network coverage issue. Check the signal strength. With
charges quickly
only 1 or 2 bars, the battery has to work harder to maintain network
contact. Limit multi-media and Bluetooth usage to save power. The
battery may be worn out.
I cannot charge the
Confirm the charger is properly inserted.
phone
Remove the battery, clean the contacts and check it is inserted
correctly. The battery may be worn out.
Tip: Charge the phone using the supplied USB cable.
How do I enter text in
From the phone number field press the down arrow twice to move
an SMS?
into the text area. Use predictive text or abc mode to manually type
words. See chapter 6 for details.
How do I change the
Edit the current profile and select a new tune from the Audios
Ringtone?
directory. See chapter 7 for details.
The handset switches
The handset is charging in the off state. Press and hold the Red key
off after charging.
to switch the handset ON or charge it in the ON state
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Symptom
Resolution
The handset switches
An alarm or calendar event switches the handset on
on automatically
automatically.
My phone is not able
Turn Bluetooth on. Set visibility to Show. Possible compatibility
to connect to other
issues. Manufacturers incorporate different Bluetooth profiles.
Bluetooth devices
Not all functionality is supported.
How do I transfer pic-
This is not supported due to different Bluetooth profiles. Copy
tures via Bluetooth to
photos using Join Me or save to a memory card.
a photo printer
14.2
Error Messages
Message
Solution
No (U)SIM detected
Check a valid (U)SIM card is inserted
See 2.1 How do I insert the (U)SIM Card?
Enter PIN code
Enter the correct PIN code supplied by your service provider
Enter PUK code
Contact your service provider to get the PUK code
Enter handset lock code
The default handset lock code is 0000
File does not exist or is in
Check the file type is supported by the handset.
the wrong format
On your PC or MAC, make sure the file is closed. Re-send the
file using Join Me, Mass Storage Mode or Bluetooth transfer.
Insufficient Memory
Handset memory is full. Delete unwanted files, messages,
emails & videos to create more user space.
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14.3
Te c h n i c a l P a r a m e t e r s
N e t w o r k C o m p a t i b i l i t y 3G UMTS 850, 2100 MHz with data rates up to 3.6Mbps
2G GSM 850, 900, 1800, 1900 MHz
Dimensions L×W×H
Approx 106mm x 46mm x 13.6mm
Weight
Approx 80g (Including standard battery)
Features
MP4 video, MP3 audio, 2.0/0.3MPixel dual cameras, Video Calling, USB,
FM Radio, MIDP 2.0 JAVA, 2.0” 262K colour QCIF LCD display with
176 x 220 pixels, MMS, Email, Calendar, Speakerphone, Voice Recorder,
Bluetooth 2.0 Stereo, CTM, approx 50MB user memory.
Battery
1000mA hours, Lithium ion (Li-ion)
C o n t i n u o u s i d l e t i m e * Up to 200 hours
Continuous talk time*
Up to 180 minutes talk time, Video call >70 minutes
Charge time
Approximately 3-4 hours
Battery Life
Approximately 400 charge cycles
Supported Files
JPG, BMP, GIF, MP3, WAV, MID, WMA, MMF, AMR, MP4, 3GP, TXT
Bluetooth 2.0
HSP, GOEP, A2DP, FTP, PBAB
*The phone’s talk and idle time are based on ideal working environments. The use of extended
applications and local network conditions can reduce battery life.
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14.4
Support Information
• For Warranty Service directions please consult the ZTE website at http://www.zte.co.nz
• All calls for PIN number enquiries, Network problems, Web Access, Account and Billing Information,
(U)SIM card registration and general enquiries should be directed to your Service Provider.
14.5
Warranty Information
The warranty does not apply to defects or errors in the product caused by:
(a) Normal wear and tear
(b) Misuse including mishandling, physical damage, improper installation – including battery, and
unauthorized disassembly of the product.
(c) Water, exposure to solvents or any other liquid damage.
(d) Any unauthorized repair or modification.
(e) Power surges, lightning, fire, flood or other natural events.
(f) Use of the product with unauthorized third party products such as generic chargers.
(g) Any other cause beyond the range of normal usage for products.
The End User shall have no right to reject, return, or receive a refund for any product under the abovementioned situations.
Note: Consult the warranty card for full information
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Safety and General Information
The handset contains delicate electronic circuitry, magnets and battery systems. You should treat
it with care and pay attention to the following points:
• Handle the handset with care. Do not drop or
throw the handset.
• Do not immerse in any liquid. The handset
• The operation of some medical electronic
devices, such as hearing aids and pacemakers,
may be affected by the handset.
contains a liquid detection sticker and the
• Take care not to allow metal objects such as
warranty will be voided by any liquid damage.
coins or keys to come into contact with the
• Do not place the handset near computer
battery terminals.
disks, credit cards, and other magnetic
• Do not dispose of batteries in a fire.
media. The information contained on disks or
• Do not throw used batteries into household
cards may be erased or damaged.
• Do not leave the handset or battery in direct
sunlight or near other heat sources where
temperatures could exceed 45°C.
• Keep the handset, battery, charger and other
accessories away from children.
• In the unlikely event of a battery leak avoid
contact with your eyes or skin. Flush with water
and consult a doctor.
• Observe and obey warning signs at petrol
stations, airports and hospitals.
rubbish, return them to a recycling point
• Do not connect the handset to non genuine
or 3rd party chargers.
• Only use the supplied charger.
• Be careful not to pierce the battery with sharp
objects and do not use damaged batteries.
• Do not disassemble or modify the battery.
• Stop using the battery if abnormal heat, odour,
discolouration, deformation, or abnormal
condition is detected during use, charge, or
storage.
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• Do not put the battery in your mouth.
• Only use original replacement batteries.
• Do not attempt to dismantle the handset or
any of its accessories.
• Do not place the handset close to the edge of
a table in case it moves when set on vibrate
mode.
• Do not put the handset into a microwave oven,
dryer, or high-pressure container.
• Don’t use the handset immediately after a
sudden temperature change eg. from an air
conditioned environment to high temperature
and humidity outside. In such cases there could
be condensing moisture inside the handset
which can cause internal damage. Switch off and
leave for 30 minutes before use.
• Do not use the handset while driving or
operating other machinery.
• Do not use the handset where blasting is in
progress.
• At high volume, prolonged listening to audio
devices can cause hearing loss.
• Do not leave the handset discharged or
disconnected for a long time, otherwise your
personal data may be lost.
• Remember to make backup copies of all
important data on the handset.
• Take care when the phone is in your pocket.
Sitting down may damage the handset.
• It is normal for the handset to become warm
while the battery is being charged.
• Under poor network conditions battery life is
considerably reduced.
• When the battery is thrown away cover the
terminals with insulating tape.
• Please recycle the packaging and all parts
• Emergency service coverage is dependant
on network availability and battery status.
• It is always good practice to switch off the
handset regularly.
• Switch the phone off when boarding aircraft.
• Do not expose the handset to oils or solvents.
• Do not leave the handset at the bottom of a bag
• If you have an alarm set the handset
where it may be damaged by sharp objects.
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switches on at the prescribed time.
Index
Access Point Settings
Alarms
Answer a Call
Any key to answer
Appointments
Background Screen
Backlight Timers
Backlighting
Battery
Bluetooth
Browser
Calculator
Calendar
Call Barring
Call Divert
Call History
Call Options
Call Waiting
Camera
Charging
Connect to a computer
Contacts
Copy photos
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21, 29
33
48
42
44
44
18, 20
34, 67, 68
72
73
49
33
32
27
28, 30
32
50
20
55
23, 25
58
CTM Mode
Dial Up Networking
Display Brightness
Download Location
DTMF
Email
Emergency Calls
Error messages
FAQ’s
File Manager
FM radio
Games & Apps
Handsfree
Headphones
International Dialling
Join Me
Keylock
Last Number Redial
Main Menu
Make a Video Call
Make a voice Call
Make Videos
Mass Storage Device
Meeting Mode
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44
47
28
39
31
80
78
46
53
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28
29
28
56
20, 76
27
22
29
21, 27
51
71
43
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MicroSD Memory Cards
46
Microsoft Outlook
63
Missed Calls
34
MMS - Multimedia Message
38
MP3 Player
53
Music Player
53
My Words Dictionary
36, 37
Network Settings
76
PC Connection
71
PIN Codes
45
Playlist
54
Predictive Text
36
Preferred mode
76
Preferred selection
76
Profiles
41
Push Messages
39
Receive a Text Message
35
Restore default settings
75
RF Safety & SAR Information
8
Ringtones
43
Safety Information
83
Send a Text Message
21, 35
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Send my number
Set the Time
Shortcuts
Silent Mode
SIM card
Slide Show
SMS
SMS Message Length
Snooze
Speakerphone
Speed Dial
Stopwatch
Support & Warranty
Take Pictures
Technical Parameters
Troubleshooting
USB
Vibrate Mode
Voice Recorder
Wallpapers
World Time
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22, 42
43
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