Welcome

Welcome
Welcome
Congratulations on purchasing a Pocket PC. Due to the size and
capabilities of this Pocket PC, you can keep your most important business
and personal information up-to-date and close at hand. Microsoft
ActiveSync increases the power of your Pocket PC by allowing you to
synchronize the information on your desktop or laptop computer with your
Pocket PC. Picture yourself in the following situations:
While walking with a colleague, your Pocket PC device rings. You look at
the caller ID and see it’s your manager who is calling. She asks if you two
are free this afternoon for an emergency meeting. While your colleague
fumbles through his paper organizer, you press a button on your Pocket
PC and instantly see a list of today’s appointments and meetings. You are
quickly able to tell your manager your available times, and make a note of
the new meeting while on the call. You hang up, send an e-mail with a
schedule request for the three of you at the desired location.
You’re meeting your friends tonight for dinner and a movie. You
download the latest movie information from the Internet to your desktop
computer and then synchronize it with your Pocket PC. At dinner, you
pull out your Pocket PC device and review your movie options with your
friends.
A Calendar reminder alerts you that it is time to catch the bus. You grab
your Pocket PC device and catch the bus just in time. Because ActiveSync
keeps the information on your Pocket PC up-to-date, you leisurely review
your task list, make notes about the new books and CDs you want to buy,
and read and respond to e-mail messages. When you get back to the office,
ActiveSync transfers any task changes you made, your notes, and your
e-mail message responses to your desktop computer.
It’s a beautiful sunny afternoon, you’re on a business trip in a foreign
country and you would like to steal a moment of leisure between your
tight meeting schedules. You can take advantage of your Pocket PC’s
built-in wireless internet function to communicate with users from around
the world through either Skype VoIP or MSN.
Safety Instructions
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Please Read Before Proceeding.
This product is not charged when shipped from the factory. When you
use this product the first time, we recommend that you install the battery
as illustrated and fully charge it for about 8 hours before use.
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Before you install the SIM card, make sure that you turn off your phone
and GPRS connection function, press the “Power Button” and then
install the SIM card. Otherwise, abnormal disconnection problems will
occur.
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When you are on a plane, in a medical facility or at a gas station where
wireless communications devices are not allowed and must be turned off,
please go to Wireless Manager and select the ALL OFF Button to turn
off your Pocket PC’s mobile phone, Bluetooth, and wireless LAN
functions. By pressing the “Power Button” on the top of the Pocket PC,
you only turn off the display.
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In case the Pocket PC is damaged, send it back to the dealer for repair.
Do not attempt to disassemble the Pocket PC on your own; otherwise the
warranty will be void.
Where to Find Information
For information on:
See this source:
Programs on your Pocket PC This User’s Guide and Pocket PC Help. To
view Help, tap
and then Help.
Additional programs that can The Pocket PC Companion CD.
be installed on the Pocket PC
Connecting to and
Check the user’s guide that comes with this
synchronizing with a desktop product or look for the online help relevant
computer
to ActiveSync on the desktop PC or the
Pocket PC.
Up-to-date information on
your Pocket PC
http://www.microsoft.com/windowsmobile/
U s er M anual
WELCOME.................................................................................1
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS .............................................................3
WHERE TO FIND INFORMATION ................................................4
1 Getting Started / ......................................................................1-1
PACKAGE CONTENT..................................................................1-1
EXTERNAL VIEWS.....................................................................1-2
Hardware Hotkey Functions............................................1-3
Rear Side..........................................................................1-4
USING THE POCKET PC FOR THE FIRST TIME ...........................1-5
Charging Power and Power Supply ................................1-5
Travel Charger ................................................................1-7
Re-installation or Replacing the Battery .........................1-8
POWER ON AND OFF .................................................................1-9
Sleep Mode.......................................................................1-9
Turn on the Screen...........................................................1-10
Restarting the Pocket PC.................................................1-11
2 Using the Pocket PC / .............................................................2-1
START .......................................................................................2-1
Screen...............................................................................2-1
Today Screen....................................................................2-3
Programs .........................................................................2-6
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Navigation Bar and Command Bar .................................2-8
M-DESK ....................................................................................2-9
SYSTEM APPLICATION PROGRAMS ...........................................2-11
ENTER INFORMATION ON YOUR POCKET PC............................2-13
Enter Text Using the Input Panel ....................................2-13
Type with the Soft Keyboard...................................2-15
Use Letter Recognizer .............................................2-15
Use Block Recognizer .............................................2-15
Use Transcriber........................................................2-16
Select Typed Text ....................................................2-16
Write on the Screen..........................................................2-17
Write on the Screen .................................................2-17
Select Writing ..........................................................2-18
Convert Writing to Text...........................................2-18
Draw on the Screen .........................................................2-20
Create a Drawing .....................................................2-20
Select a Drawing......................................................2-21
Record a Message............................................................2-21
Create a Recording ..................................................2-22
Use My Text .....................................................................2-23
Voice Commander ...........................................................2-24
3 Using the Phone /.....................................................................3-1
INSTALLING AND REMOVING THE SIM CARD ..........................3-2
USING THE PHONE ....................................................................3-4
Adjusting the Phone Volume............................................3-5
TURNING THE PHONE ON OR OFF AND MAKING CALLS ....................3-6
Toolbar.............................................................................3-8
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Call from Contacts...........................................................3-9
Call from Speed Dial .......................................................3-9
Call from the Call History ...............................................3-10
CUSTOMIZE YOUR PHONE ........................................................3-11
Add Ring Tone .................................................................3-12
PHONE APPLICATION PROGRAMS .............................................3-13
SIM Tool Kit.....................................................................3-13
SMS Sender ......................................................................3-14
Speed Dial........................................................................3-15
Hot Key Switch........................................................3-15
Frequently Dialed Screen ........................................3-16
Index Dial ................................................................3-17
Call Filter ........................................................................3-18
4 Customize Your Pocket PC / ..................................................4-1
ADJUSTING SETTINGS ...............................................................4-1
NOTIFICATIONS ........................................................................4-2
POWER PREFERENCE SETTINGS ................................................4-3
BACKLIGHT ..............................................................................4-4
MICROPHONE............................................................................4-4
ADJUST VOLUME ......................................................................4-5
SCENARIOS ...............................................................................4-6
QUICK LINK ..............................................................................4-7
FIND AND ORGANIZE INFORMATION ........................................4-9
POP-UP MENUS ..........................................................................4-10
REDEFINE HOT KEYS ................................................................4-11
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5 Microsoft ActiveSync /............................................................5-1
INSTALLING AND USING ACTIVESYNC .....................................5-2
USB SYNCHRONIZATION..........................................................5-3
SYNCHRONIZING USING BLUETOOTH .......................................5-6
6 Connections / ...........................................................................6-1
CONNECTING TO THE INTERNET ...............................................6-1
Connection Wizard ..........................................................6-1
Setting the GPRS Connection ..........................................6-2
Starting GPRS Connection ..............................................6-4
Disconnecting GPRS .......................................................6-5
USING BLUETOOTH ..................................................................6-6
Bluetooth Connection Wizard..........................................6-6
Bluetooth Connection Setting ..........................................6-8
Service .....................................................................6-9
Serial Port ................................................................6-10
Bluetooth Headset....................................................6-11
FTP Sharing .............................................................6-11
CSD TYPE ................................................................................6-12
CONNECTING WITH A PERSONAL COMPUTER ...........................6-13
WIRELESS LAN TRANSMISSION ...............................................6-13
7 Using Wireless LAN /..............................................................7-1
CONNECTING TO WIRELESS LAN.............................................7-1
CONFIGURE YOUR WIRELESS NETWORK .................................7-3
WLAN Setup Scenarios ....................................................7-3
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Configure Your Wireless Network (Reference for a normal
network setup)..................................................................7-4
Configure Your Wireless Network (Reference for Proxy setup)
.........................................................................................7-7
8 Sending and Receiving Messages / ........................................8-1
E-MAILS AND SMS MESSAGES .................................................8-1
Synchronizing E-mail Messages ......................................8-2
Connecting Directly to the Mail Server...........................8-3
E-mail Server Setup .........................................................8-4
Using E-mails and SMS ...................................................8-5
MSN MESSENGER ....................................................................8-8
Setting Up ........................................................................8-9
Working with Contacts ....................................................8-10
Chatting with Contacts ....................................................8-11
MMS COMPOSER .....................................................................8-12
Setting Up MMS Mailbox ................................................8-13
Create and Edit MMS ......................................................8-16
9 Multimedia / ............................................................................9-1
USING CAMERA ........................................................................9-1
Camera Mode ..................................................................9-2
Camera Mode Using Wizard ...................................9-3
Managing Pictures Shot by Continuous Shutter...9-4
Digital Video Mode..........................................................9-5
Digital Video Mode Using Wizard..........................9-6
Speed Shooting Using the Hardware Hotkeys.................9-7
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MULTIMEDIA MANAGER ..........................................................9-8
Preview Multimedia Information.....................................9-8
Slide Show Function ........................................................9-9
Multimedia Manager Tools .............................................9-10
IMAGE MAKER..........................................................................9-11
IMAGE WIZARD ........................................................................9-13
10 Companion Programs /.......................................................10-1
CALENDAR: SCHEDULING APPOINTMENTS AND MEETINGS .....10-2
Create an Appointment ....................................................10-3
Use the Summary Screen .................................................10-4
Create Meeting Requests .................................................10-4
Schedule a Meeting..................................................10-5
CONTACTS: TRACKING FRIENDS AND COLLEAGUES ................10-6
Create a Contact..............................................................10-7
Find a Contact .................................................................10-8
Use the Summary Screen .................................................10-9
TASKS: KEEPING A TO DO LIST................................................10-10
Create a Task ...................................................................10-11
Use the Summary Screen .................................................10-12
Voice Recording Format..................................................10-12
NOTES: CAPTURING THOUGHTS AND IDEAS.............................10-13
Create a Note ...................................................................10-14
WORD MOBILE .........................................................................10-15
EXCEL MOBILE .........................................................................10-18
Tips for Working in Excel Mobile....................................10-20
POWERPOINT MOBILE ..............................................................10-21
WINDOWS MEDIA PLAYER .......................................................10-22
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INTERNET EXPLORE ..................................................................10-24
Using Internet Explore ....................................................10-24
Browse the Internet..................................................10-25
View Mobile Favorites and Channels .....................10-26
The Mobile Favorites Folder...........................................10-26
Favorite Links ..................................................................10-27
Synchronize Mobile Favorites .........................................10-27
Create a Mobile Favorite .........................................10-27
Save Pocket PC Memory .........................................10-28
11 Maintaining the Pocket PC / ..............................................11-1
ADDING OR REMOVING PROGRAMS .........................................11-1
Add Programs Using ActiveSync.....................................11-1
Add a Program Directly from the Internet ......................11-2
Add a Program to the Start Menu ...................................11-3
Remove Programs............................................................11-4
MANAGE MEMORY ...................................................................11-5
View Memory Status ........................................................11-5
Find Available Memory ...................................................11-6
SYSTEM INFORMATION .............................................................11-9
12 Voice Commander /.............................................................12-1
STARTING VOICE COMMANDER ...............................................12-2
VOICE COMMAND FORMAT ......................................................12-3
VOICE COMMANDER SETTINGS ................................................12-5
Contacts Settings Page ....................................................12-5
Application Settings Page................................................12-8
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Music Settings Page.........................................................12-10
Digit Training Settings Page ...........................................12-12
Advanced Settings Page...................................................12-14
FAQ..........................................................................................12-15
13 Specifications /.....................................................................13-1
14 Regulation Notice and Safety Declaration /......................14-1
SAR INFORMATION ..................................................................14-1
HEALTH AND SAFETY INFORMATION .......................................14-2
15 FAQ / ....................................................................................15-1
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1 Getting Started /
Package Content
Pocket PC, stylus, Battery, Companion CD, User Guide, AC adapter,
USB cable, charger or USB cradle, travel charger, headset and leather case.
Pocket PC Stylus
Battery
Companion CD
User Guide AC Adapter USB Cable Charger or USB Cradle
Getting Started
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External Views
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Camcorder
Voice Commander
Earphone and microphone jack
Power button
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Volume control key
Reset button
SD/MMC card slot
WLAN LED indicator (Orange)
Bluetooth LED indicator (Blue)
9 Cell Phone speaker
10 Power/Cell phone LED indicator
Touch
screen
Speed dial/Contacts hot key
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M-Desk/Today screen hot key 14
Send button
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End button
15 Navigation button. Press the
16
center of the button to set as
launch key.
17 Microphone
18 Charger or USB cradle
connector
19 Stylus holder. Slide the stylus out 20 Hidden antenna
of the holder. This is a two-stage
push-pull stylus.
21 Built-in camera lens/ flash/
22 Speaker
preview mirror
23 Back cover. Battery is inside.
24 Press the fixing lock button to
open.
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Hardware Hotkey Functions
Hardware
Button
Short Press
(Press once and release)
Long Press
(Press for a few seconds
and release)
Camcorder
Video recorder
Zoom in/out during camera mode --
Adjust volume
Voice Commander
Connect to Notes
Reset Button
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Power Button = open or close screen Enable or disable backlight
Power Button + Reset Button = cold -boot
-Frequently Dialed → Index Dial
→ Contacts
M-Desk → Today screen
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Hang up during call
Disconnect during GPRS
Turn off phone if it is on
Turn on phone when it is
connection
Skip to Today’s screen while in
other programs
Connect to Phone / dial / redial /
answer
off
Telephone hold
Getting Started
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Rear Side
1 Insert the SIM card into the SIM 2 Back cover
card slot with its golden contacts
facing down. Follow the picture
indicated on the Pocket PC.
3 Main battery
4 Follow the direction in the
illustration to install the main battery.
5 Main battery lock
6 Fixing lock button for the back cover
Installing the SIM Card
2
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3
Installing the Battery
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Unlock
5
6
Caution!
The backup battery is charged through the main battery power.
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Lock
Using the Pocket PC for the First Time
Charging Power and Power Supply
USB port: Use the USB cable included with the product package to
connect the Pocket PC to the desktop computer through this port.
AC adapter power jack.
1. To remove the back cover, press the fixing lock button on the rear side of
the Pocket PC. Unlock the main battery lock and remove the main battery.
(If you are opening this product for the first time, the main battery and the
Pocket PC are packed separately inside the product package.)
2. Install the main battery properly and lock the battery securely. Slide the
back cover into the groove until you hear a click to indicate that the back
cover lock is locked properly.
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3. Connect the other AC adapter plug to any household power outlet, and
then connect the round plug from the AC adapter to the power connector.
The Pocket PC starts to charge automatically.
4. Cold Boot: Press and hold the “Power Button” with one hand, and use the
stylus tip to press the “Reset Button” with the other hand. Release the
“Power Button” and the “Reset Button” at the same time. Wait for the
Pocket PC to restart and follow the instructions on the screen to complete
screen alignment.
5. It will take about 8 hours to fully charge the battery after the first time you
open the package. Subsequent charging will only take about 3 hours. After
charging, you can disconnect the AC adapter and carry the Pocket PC
around portably. To maintain smooth operation, charge the power
regularly.
6. View the battery icon
on the upper right corner to check the power
usage condition.
7. The LED indicator on the upper right of Pocket PC will display the
charging and function usage status.
Charging
Fully charged
Insufficient power
Red LED lights up
Red LED goes off
Red LED flashes
Phone is on
Caution or Warning
Green LED flashes
Orange LED flashes quickly
If you need to charge the main battery by itself, you can insert it into the
charging slot at the back of the charger. The LED indicator on the side of
the charger displays the charging status.
Charging
Fully charged
No battery
Red LED lights up
Green LED lights up
LED is off
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Travel Charger
Connect the AC adapter plug to any household power outlet.
Connect the round plug from the AC adapter to the power jack on the
USB cable.
Connect the flat end on the USB cable to the charger or USB cradle
connector on the bottom of the Pocket PC. The Pocket PC starts to
charge automatically.
If necessary, connect the other end of the USB cable to the USB port on
the desktop computer.
If you use the travel charge accessory without connecting the AC
adapter, you can still charge the battery by connecting the Pocket PC to the
USB cable that is connected to a desktop computer. However, this should not
be considered as the only charging method. We recommend that you follow
the normal charging method by using an AC adapter.
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Re-installation or Replacing the Battery
If the phone or GPRS connection function is already activated,
deactivate it first and run the next step; otherwise abnormal disconnection
will occur.
1. Press the fixing lock button on the rear side of the Pocket PC and remove
the back cover.
2. Slide the main battery lock down to open the main battery lock. Now you
can easily remove the battery.
3. Replace the main battery and lock it properly. When you remove the main
battery, the system operation will be powered temporarily by the backup
battery.
4. Slide the back cover into the groove until you hear a click to indicate that
the back cover lock is locked properly.
Unlock
Lock
Follow the directions in the figure to install or remove the battery
properly.
Back cover lock.
Main battery lock. Slide down to unlock and slide up to lock.
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Power On and Off
Power Button
Sleep Mode
1. Press the “Power Button” at the top of the Pocket PC to enter the Sleep
mode. At this time, the screen is turned off and all peripheral devices enter
the power-saving mode. But if the phone is turned on, it is still in the call
waiting mode.
2. To turn on the screen later, just press the “Power Button.”
3. Tap
, Settings, the System tab,
Power and then the Advanced tab
to set the device to turn off
automatically after waiting for a
certain time period.
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Turn on the Screen
This product is designed with a power-saving feature. If the screen is
turned off, press the “Power Button” at the top of the Pocket PC to turn it on.
If the screen is too dark and you
cannot see clearly, set the proper
brightness level for the backlight.
Here are two methods that you can
use:
1. Long press “Power Button” to turn
the backlight on or off.
2. Tap
, Settings, the System tab,
Backlight and then the Backlight
Level tab.
Using the Stylus to Touch the Screen
Your Pocket PC is designed for graphics-based operation. Generally
speaking, we usually “use the stylus to perform basic actions such as tap,
drag, and tap and hold” on the touch screen. Other actions such as reset
and cold boot will require the use of the stylus tip.
Pull the stylus to full-length to make it easier to tap the screen during
operation. When kept completely in the stylus holder, the stylus length
shortens.
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Restarting the Pocket PC
Reset: Use the stylus to press the “Reset Button” on the side of the Pocket
PC.
Cold Boot: Press and hold the “Power Button” with one hand, and use the
stylus tip to press the “Reset Button” with the other hand. Release the
“Power Button” and the “Reset Button” at the same time.
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After performing a cold boot, the system will ask two questions. Please
refer to the following instructions before carrying out carefully.
1. Erase all data and load default? (The default is
“No.” If Yes or No was not selected, after a few
seconds the system will automatically execute
the default No.)
If you long press
for a few seconds to
select “Yes,” then the system will erase all
data and load default. After your Pocket PC
restarts, follow the instructions on the screen
to complete.
2. Delete registry only? (The default is “No.” If
Yes or No was not selected, after a few seconds
the system will automatically execute the
default No.)
If you long press
for a few seconds to
select “Yes,” then the system will delete
registry only.
Caution!
1. After performing a cold boot, the system will retain Microsoft Windows
and pre-installed programs. If you answer “Yes” to the two questions
displayed after a cold boot, other items such as the user’s input data,
newly installed programs and user settings will be lost.
2. There are two ways to retain your data, loaded default and registry:
Perform a Reset.
Performing a Cold Boot, and answer “No” when the above two questions
display.
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2 Using the Pocket PC /
Start
Screen
Tap
, Settings, the System tab, and then Screen.
The first time you use or cold boot the pocket PC, the system will ask
you to align the screen. Kindly continue to tap the center of each cross (+)
that appears and follow the screen instructions to complete the operation. If
you feel that the position is not quite accurate while tapping on the screen,
you follow the help for this section to align the screen again.
Orientation:
Portrait (default)
Landscape (right-handed)
Landscape (left-handed)
Tap the “Align Screen” button to
calibrate the screen. When Align
Screen appears, use the stylus to
tap the center of the cross (+) until
the next cross appears, then follow
the screen instructions to complete
the operation. Finally, tap
to
exit.
Text Size tab: For selecting the
desired text size.
Using the Pocket PC
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The following steps will bring you into the touch screen calibration
mode. These steps provide a faster and more efficacious way to enter the
touch screen calibration mode. And they also provide a method of getting
into Screen program for when the touch screen dislocation is so severe that
you completely cannot select or do anything using the stylus.
1. Simultaneously press the
on the bottom-left of the Pocket PC and the
round execution button in the center of the navigation pad.
2. Release these two buttons at the same time, and you will enter the
calibration screen.
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Today Screen
When you turn on your Pocket PC for the first time each day (or after 4
hours of inactivity), you will see the “Today screen”. You can also display it
and then Today. On the “Today screen”, you can see at a
by tapping
glance the important information for the day.
Start. Tap to switch to a
program.
Tap to enable or disable the GPRS
connection feature.
Antenna icon. Tap to turn the
phone on or off.
Speaker icon. For adjusting
volume.
Time. Tap to display the current date and time, and the upcoming
appointments. Tap and hold the time area to select analog or digital clock
display from the list.
Current battery status.
Today screen. Displays important information for the day. Tap on any item
to enter its relevant setup screen. For example, tap
to sign in to
Pocket MSN.
Quick Link. Tap to quick link to a program.
The icons mean you can tap to quick link to programs, such as Wireless
Manager, Scenarios, Call Filter status, USB connection status, etc.
Tap to quick link to Phone. Tap to quick link to Contacts.
Using the Pocket PC
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The following table lists the icons that you may see on the Navigation
Bar or the Command Bar. Kindly refer to the “Meaning” column for
explanation or tap on the icon to access the instant message.
Icon
Meaning
(Located on the Navigation Bar at the top of the screen)
Speaker is on
Speaker is off
Main battery is charging.
Main battery power is low.
Main battery power is very low.
Main battery is fully charged.
Backup battery power is low.
SIM card unavailable
Notify you that you have one or more MSN instant messages.
Notify you that you have one or more e-mails, text messages or
SMS.
Notify you that you have one or more voice mails.
If there is not enough space on the screen to display all
notification icons, tap this icon to view all icons.
PowerPoint slide show
Active connection to computer
Active Sync is synchronizing
Phone is powered off
Signal strength indicator for phone function
GPRS not in use
GPRS in use
GPRS available
Wireless LAN Active
Wireless LAN Data Calling
Wireless LAN in use
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Icon
Meaning
(Located on the Command Bar at the bottom of the screen)
General Mode. Set the scenario suitable for each environment.
Meeting Mode. Set the scenario suitable for each environment.
Outdoor Mode. Set the scenario suitable for each environment.
Silent Mode. Set the scenario suitable for each environment.
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Programs
You can switch from one program to another by selecting it from the
menu. (You can customize which programs you see on this menu. For
information, see “Adjusting Settings” section.) To access some programs,
you’ll need to tap
Icon
, Programs, and then the program name.
Programs
Description
Games Group
Bubble Breaker, Solitaire
Multimedia Group
Camera, Image Maker, Image Wizard,
Multimedia Manager
Phone Group
Add Ring tone, Call Filter, MMS
Composer, Scenarios, SIM Tool Kit,
SMS Sender, Speed Dial
Utilities Group
Bluetooth Manager, M-Desk, WLAN
Utility
Voice Commander
Voice Commander, Voice Commander
Group
Settings
ActiveSync
Synchronize information between your
Pocket PC and desktop computer.
Calendar
Keep track of your appointments and
create meeting requests.
Contacts
Keep track of your friends and
colleagues.
Notes
Create handwritten or typed notes,
drawings, and recordings.
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Tasks
Keep track of your tasks.
Messaging
Send and receive e-mail messages.
Icon
Programs
Pocket Internet Explorer
Description
Browse Web and WAP sites, and
download new programs and files from
the Internet.
Pocket MSN
MSN related programs. For example,
send and receive instant messages with
your MSN Messenger contacts.
Word Mobile
Create new documents or view and edit
Word documents created on your
desktop computer.
Excel Mobile
Create new workbooks or view and
edit Excel workbooks created on your
desktop computer.
PowerPoint Mobile
View PowerPoint slide shows created
on your desktop computer.
Calculator
Performs basic calculations.
Pictures & Videos
Take, view, and edit pictures.
Windows Media Player
Plays movies or sound files.
File Explorer
Manages files or folders.
Wireless Manager
Manage the mobile phone, Bluetooth,
and wireless LAN functions.
You can also switch to some programs by pressing a program button.
Your Pocket PC has one or more program buttons located on the front or side
of the Pocket PC. The icons on the buttons identify the programs they switch
to. For more information, refer to “Redefine Hot Keys” section.
Using the Pocket PC
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Navigation Bar and Command Bar
The navigation bar is located at the top of the screen. It displays the
active program and current time, and allows you to switch to programs and
close screens.
Use the command bar at the bottom of the screen to perform tasks in
programs. The command bar includes menu names, buttons, and the Input
Panel button. To create a new item in the current program, tap New. To see
the name of a button, tap and hold the stylus on the button. Drag the stylus
off the button so that the command is not carried out.
Tap to change volume or mute the
Pocket PC.
Tap to select a program.
Tap to quickly select a program
you have recently used.
Tap to see additional programs.
Tap to customize the Pocket PC.
Menu button.
Input panel button.
New button.
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M-Desk
Tap
, Programs, Utilities, and then M-Desk.
You can categorize programs or even change the background picture on
the panel according to your personal preferences. Categorizing, renaming,
deleting or editing the text color of program names under M-Desk will not
affect the default setting of the Pocket PC.
Here is the description of the hot keys:
on the lower part of the Pocket PC to switch
1. Press the hot key
between the M-Desk and the Today screen.
as the launch key for
2. If you have already redefined the hot key
another program through tapping
, Settings, the Personal tab, and
then Buttons, the switching function of the hot key mentioned above is no
longer valid.
as the launch key for M-Desk, then you
3. If you redefined the hot key
can use this hot key to switch between M-Desk and Today screen again.
Switch Scenario
Tap Phone, PDA or other tabs to
switch to other categories.
Tap and hold the tab to display a
pop-up menu that allows you to
Rename, Move forward or Move
back.
The program icon selected for this
category. Tap to run this program.
Tap and hold program. A pop-up
menu appears and allows you to
Rename, Delete, Cut, or edit the
text color of the program name.
Tap on empty space and the pop-up
menu allows you to add New, Paste
or Change ground.
Enable or disable the speakerphone
Enable or disable the Bluetooth earphone function
Enter Categories Setup screen
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System category screen
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This category already has these
programs that are automatically
selected by the system which you
cannot move or delete. All relevant
information is updated
automatically.
If no SD/MMC card is installed, its
icon changes to gray and will be
marked with a red X.
Change screen orientation.
Categories Setup screen
Exit the Categories Setup screen.
Tap Phone, PDA or other tabs to
select preferred programs. A
maximum of 12 programs are
allowed for each category.
Icons for programs selected under
this category.
Program selection area:
Tap to check the program name
to confirm selection.
Tap on again to change it back
to □ to cancel selection.
If it is already checked in other
categories, the icon is in gray and
you cannot select this item.
Tap Options and then Style
Choose to change the background
picture.
Choose Style screen
Exit Choose Style screen.
Viewing area.
View the previous or next
picture.
Tap Options and then Classify
Config to enter the Categories
Setup screen.
System Application Programs
, Settings, the Personal tab
Program
Description
Buttons
Set the hot key for Pocket PC hardware button.
Input
Set the details about the input method.
Menus
Set the items displaying on the
MSN Options
Set the details about Pocket MSN.
Owner Information
Input owner information.
Password
Set the access rights and password of Pocket PC.
Phone
Set the details about the phone.
Sounds &
Set the volume and notification method.
Start menu.
Notifications
Today
Set the look of Today screen and display
information.
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, Settings, the System tab
Program
About
Description
Display the important information about the Pocket
PC.
Backlight
Set the details about the backlight and brightness.
Certificates
For network identification to prevent unauthorized
access.
Clock & Alarms
Set the time and alarms.
Memory
View the memory usage, and the list of running
programs, etc.
Microphone
Set the microphone volume.
Power
View the power usage condition, whether or not to
power off after a waiting period.
Regional Settings
Set the region and information display formats such
as date, time, etc.
Remove Programs
Remove programs that are no longer used.
Screen
Aligning the screen is helpful in determining the
touch accuracy. You can select the portrait or
landscape orientation.
System Information
View the system information.
, Settings, the Connections tab
Program
Beam
Description
Set if receiving end will accept beam data
automatically or not.
Connection Wizard
Select the network name.
Connections
Set the network connection.
CSD Type
Set Pocket PC to simulate a modem and access the
Internet through the built-in GSM device.
Network Cards
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Set the details about network cards.
Enter Information on Your Pocket PC
You have several options for entering new information:
1. Use the input panel to enter typed text, either by using the soft keyboard or
other input method.
2. Write directly on the screen.
3. Draw pictures on the screen.
4. Speak into your Pocket PC microphone to record a message.
5. Use Microsoft ActiveSync to synchronize or copy information from
your desktop computer to your Pocket PC. For more information on
ActiveSync, see ActiveSync Help on your desktop computer.
Enter Text Using the Input Panel
Use the input panel to enter information in any program on your Pocket
PC. You can either type using the soft keyboard or write using Letter
Recognizer, Block Recognizer, or Transcriber. In either case, the
characters appear as typed text on the screen.
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To show or hide the input panel, tap the Input Panel button. Tap the
arrow next to the Input Panel button to see your choices.
Select an input method.
Tap to see your choices.
Input Panel button.
When you use the input panel, your Pocket PC anticipates the word you
are typing or writing and displays it above the input panel. When you tap the
displayed word, it is inserted into your text at the insertion point. The more
you use your Pocket PC, the more words it learns to anticipate.
Tap here if this is the right word.
To change word suggestion options, such as the number of words
suggested at one time, tap
, Settings, the Personal tab, Input, and
then the Word Completion tab.
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Type with the Soft Keyboard
1. Tap the arrow next to the Input Panel button and then Keyboard.
2. On the soft keyboard that is displayed, tap the keys with your stylus.
Use Letter Recognizer
With Letter Recognizer you can write letters using the stylus just as you
would on paper.
1. Tap the arrow next to the Input Panel button and then Letter Recognizer.
2. Write a letter in the box.
When you write a letter, it is converted to typed text that appears on the
screen. For specific instructions on using Letter Recognizer, with Letter
Recognizer open, tap the question mark next to the writing area.
Use Block Recognizer
With Block Recognizer you can input character strokes using the stylus
that are similar to those used on other Pocket PCs.
1. Tap the arrow next to the Input Panel button and then Block Recognizer.
2. Write a letter in the box.
When you write a letter, it is converted to typed text that appears on the
screen. For specific instructions on using Block Recognizer, with Block
Recognizer open, tap the question mark next to the writing area.
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Use Transcriber
With Transcriber you can write anywhere on the screen using the
stylus just as you would on paper. Unlike Letter Recognizer and Block
Recognizer, you can write a sentence or more of information. Then, pause
and let Transcriber change the written characters to typed characters.
1. Tap the arrow next to the Input Panel button and then Transcriber.
2. Write anywhere on the screen.
For specific instructions on using Transcriber, with Transcriber open,
tap the question mark in the lower right hand corner of the screen.
Select Typed Text
If you want to edit or format typed text, you must select it first. Drag the
stylus across the text you want to select. You can cut, copy, and paste text by
tapping and holding the selected words and then tapping an editing command
on the pop-up menu, or by tapping the command on the Menu menu.
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Write on the Screen
In any program that accepts writing, such as the Notes program, and in
the Notes tab in Calendar, Contacts, and Tasks, you can use your stylus to
write directly on the screen. Write the way you do on paper. You can edit and
format what you’ve written and convert the information to text at a later
time.
Write on the Screen
Tap Menu and then check Draw to switch to writing mode. This action
displays lines on the screen to help you write.
Tap Menu and then check Draw.
Use your stylus like a pen now.
Some programs that accept writing may not have the Draw function. See
the documentation for that program to find out how to switch to writing
mode.
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Select Writing
If you want to edit or format writing, you must select it first.
1. Tap and hold the stylus next to the text you want to select until the
insertion point appears.
2. Without lifting, drag the stylus across the text you want to select.
If you accidentally write on the screen, tap Menu, then Undo and try
again. You can also select text by tapping Menu and then Draw to deselect it
and then dragging the stylus across the screen.
You can cut, copy, and paste written text in the same way you work with
typed text: tap and hold the selected words and then tap an editing command
on the pop-up menu, or tap the command on the Menu menu.
Convert Writing to Text
Tap Menu, Tools, and then Recognize. If you want to convert only
certain words, select them before tapping Recognize on the Tools menu (or
tap and hold the selected words and then tap Recognize on the pop-up menu).
If a word is not recognized, it is left as writing.
Select the text you want to convert and tap Recognize on the pop-up
menu.
The writing is turned into text.
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If the conversion is incorrect, you can select different words from a list
of alternates or return to the original writing. To do so, tap and hold the
incorrect word (tap one word at a time). On the pop-up menu, tap Alternates.
A menu with a list of alternate words appears. Tap the word you want to use,
or tap the writing at the top of the menu to return to the original writing.
Tap to return to your original
writing.
Or, tap the word you want to use.
Tips for getting good recognition:
1. Write neatly.
2. Write on the lines and draw descenders below the line. Write the cross of
the “t” and apostrophes below the top line so that they are not confused
with the word above. Write periods and commas above the line.
3. For better recognition, try increasing the zoom level to 300% using the
Zoom menu.
4. Write the letters of a word closely and leave big gaps between words so
that the Pocket PC can easily tell where words begin and end.
5. Hyphenated words, foreign words that use special characters such as
accents, and some punctuation cannot be converted.
6. If you add writing to a word to change it (such as changing a “3” to an “8”)
after you attempt to recognize the word, the writing you add will not be
included if you attempt to recognize the writing again.
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Draw on the Screen
You can draw on the screen in the same way that you write on the
screen. The difference between writing and drawing on the screen is how you
select items and how they can be edited. For example, selected drawings can
be resized, while writing cannot.
Create a Drawing
Cross three ruled lines on your first stroke. A drawing box appears.
Subsequent strokes in or touching the drawing box become part of the
drawing. Drawings that do not cross three ruled lines will be treated as
writing.
The drawing box indicates the
boundaries of the drawing.
Tap Menu and then check Draw.
You may want to change the zoom level so that you can more easily work
on or view your drawing. Tap Menu, Zoom and then a zoom level.
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Select a Drawing
If you want to edit or format a drawing, you must select it first. Tap and
hold the stylus on the drawing until the selection handle appears. To select
multiple drawings, tapping Menu and then Draw to deselect it and then drag
to select the drawings you want.
You can cut, copy, and paste selected drawings by tapping and holding
the selected drawing and then tapping an editing command on the pop-up
menu, or by tapping the command on the Menu menu. To resize a drawing,
make sure the Draw function is not selected, and drag a selection handle.
Record a Message
In any program where you can write or draw on the screen, you can also
quickly capture thoughts, reminders, and phone numbers by recording a
message. In Calendar, Tasks, and Contacts, you can include a recording in
the Notes tab. Refer to “Voice Recording Format” section.
In the Notes program, you can either create a stand-alone recording or
include a recording in a written note. If you want to include the recording in
a note, open the note first. In the Inbox program, you can add a recording to
an e-mail message.
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Create a Recording
1. Hold your Pocket PC’s microphone near your mouth or other source of
sound.
2. Press and hold the Record hardware button on your Pocket PC until you
hear a beep.
3. While holding down the Record button, make your recording.
4. To stop recording, release the Record button. Two beeps will sound. The
new recording appears in the note list or as an embedded icon.
You can also make a recording by tapping the Record button on the
Recording toolbar.
To play a recording, tap it in the list or tap its icon in the note.
Indicates an embedded recording.
Tap to begin recording.
Recording toolbar.
Tap Menu and then check View
Recording Toolbar.
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Use My Text
When using Messaging or MSN Messenger, use My Text to quickly
insert preset or frequently used messages into the text entry area. To insert a
message, tap My Text and tap a message.
Tap to select a prewritten message.
You can add text after inserting a My Text message before sending it. To
edit a My Text message, select Edit My Text Messages. Select the
message you wish to edit and make desired changes.
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Voice Commander
By default, the system sets the
button on the side of the Pocket PC
as the “Voice Commander Button.” Press this button to launch the Voice
Commander. For details on how to use this function, please refer to the Voice
Commander section.
Voice Commander Button
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3 Us i n g
the Phone /
The Phone feature on the Pocket PC allows you to perform the
following tasks:
Make and receive calls.
Quickly make calls or listen to voice mail without entering phone numbers
using Contacts, Speed Dial, or your Call Log.
Check the Call Log to see who has called, whom you have called, add a
new number to Contacts, and access notes taken while you were on a call.
Receive calls and easily take notes during the call.
Send SMS messages.
Customize how your phone rings.
To switch to the Phone function, press the
of the Pocket PC or tap
button on the lower part
and then Phone.
Caution!
To avoid distraction and affecting driving safety, never use your Pocket
PC while driving an automobile or any other moving vehicle.
Make sure that the SIM card is properly installed in your Pocket PC and
the Phone is already turned on before you use the functions described in
this section.
When you are on a plane, in a medical facility or at a gas station where
wireless communications devices are not allowed and must be turned off,
please go to Wireless Manager and select the ALL OFF Button to turn
off your Pocket PC’s mobile phone, Bluetooth, and wireless LAN
functions. By pressing the “Power Button” on the top of the Pocket PC,
you only turn off the display.
The Phone function relies on the Pocket PC main battery for power.
Maintain the main battery power level to assure call quality and the
normal operation.
Using the Phone 3-1
Installing and Removing the SIM Card
1 Insert the SIM card into the SIM 2 Back cover
card slot with its golden contacts
facing down. Follow the picture
indicated on the Pocket PC.
3 Main battery
4 Follow the direction in the picture to
install the main battery.
5 Main battery lock
6 Fixing lock button for the back cover
Installing the SIM Card
2
1
3
Installing the Battery
4
Unlock
5
6
3-2
Lock
1. Tap the ALL OFF Button in Wireless Manager to turn off your Pocket
PC’s mobile phone, Bluetooth, and wireless LAN functions.
2. Press the “Power Button” on the top of the Pocket PC to turn off the
screen.
3. To remove the back cover, press the fixing lock button on the rear side of
the Pocket PC.
4. Slide it down to unlock the main battery lock and then remove the main
battery.
5. Insert the SIM card into the SIM card slot with the golden contacts facing
down. Use according to the picture labelled on the Pocket PC.
Or remove the SIM card horizontally. Replace the main battery and then
lock the main battery lock.
6. Slide the back cover into the groove until you hear a click to indicate that
the back cover lock is locked properly.
Using the Phone
3-3
Using the Phone
Microphone
Phone Speaker
Earphone
Phone Microphone (Bottom of Pocket PC)
Combination
Operation
Method
Hold the Hold the Pocket
Pocket PC PC and position
manually the speaker close
for calls to your ear and
Install the
external
headset
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Answer or
End a Call
Press
Send Button
or
End Button on the
lower part of the Pocket
PC.
Adjust Earphone
Volume
While answering a
call, push the volume
control key on the
side of the Pocket PC
the microphone
to test the earphone
close to your lips.
volume.
Place the
Use the line control
Use the knob on the
earphone in your function. Press the button headset to adjust the
ear and position on the headset to answer volume of the
the microphone to or end the call. Except the earphone during a
your lips.
Bluetooth headset, when call.
the phone is ringing, hold
down the button to reject
the incoming call.
Adjusting the Phone Volume
3. Vibration mode: The speaker icon
4. Mute mode: The speaker icon
Tap
on the top and adjust all
.
programs’ sound functions under
Adjust the phone sound volume under
.
1. When there is no call, you can push
the volume control key on the side
of the Pocket PC or use the stylus
to tap the speaker icon
and then
to adjust
Tap
the ring volume of the incoming
call.
2. Push the volume control key on the
side of the Pocket PC or tap
to adjust the phone
and then
volume. You can only do this
during a call.
on the top changes to
.
on the top changes to
.
Here is how to adjust the proper volume:
1. If earphones are used with the Pocket PC to make calls, set the volume
according to actual personal needs.
2. If earphones are not used with the Pocket PC and not held close to the ear
for calls but similar to hands-free operation, it is recommended to set the
sound volume for the top two levels.
3. For holding the Pocket PC close to the ear directly for calls, it is
recommended that you set the volume to the lower four levels. It is
recommended not to use the top two levels because the volume is high and
may affect your hearing.
Turn on or turn off the speakerphone:
1. Enable the speakerphone: While answering a call, tap Speaker on to turn
on.
2. Disable the speakerphone: Tap Speaker off to turn off.
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Turning the Phone On or Off and Making Calls
Adjust earphone volume
Rear side: The SIM card is located
below the battery.
Send Button
End Button
1. Open the Pocket PC back cover and remove the main battery.
2. Install the SIM card properly. As shown in the direction on the Pocket PC,
pay attention to the position of the cut corner on the SIM card when you
insert it into the card slot. The golden contacts of the SIM card should face
down.
3. Reinstall the main bettery and the back cover properly.
icon. When the message window appears,
4. Turn on the phone: Tap the
tap “Turn off flight mode,” and input the PIN and wait for the phone to
turn on. The
icon changes to
.
to enter the Phone
5. Dial: Press
screen. Use the stylus to tap the
telephone number and then tap the
Enter Button.
.
6. Answer a call: Press
.
7. End a call: Press
8. Turn off the phone: Tap the
icon. When the message window
appears, tap “Turn on flight mode.”
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The following table shows the icons that you may see on the Navigation
Bar on the top of the screen.
Signal Indicator
Description
SIM card unavailable.
The phone is turned off. To turn it on, tap this icon.
Network is searching or unavailable.
Phone connection unavailable or network error. To turn
it off, tap this icon.
The phone is turned on and signal reception is normal.
To turn it off, tap this icon.
Active call. To switch back from other programs, tap
this icon.
Call forwarding active
Calls are forwarded
Missed call
Roaming mode
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Toolbar
Provides the functional tools.
1. Contacts Button: Link to
Contacts.
2. Menu Button
Save to Contacts: Save the dialed
phone number to Contacts.
Create Note: While making a call,
you can enter Notes to use the
panel as the memo pad for writing
down notes, pictures or recording.
Options: Change the phone setup
such as ring tone, vibration mode,
PIN code, etc.
3. Keypad Button: Tap to return to
the keypad.
4. Speaker on Button: While
answering a call, tap to enable the
speakerphone.
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Call from Contacts
Phone numbers entered in Contacts can be used to quickly locate phone
numbers and make calls.
5. In the contact list, tap and hold the
contact to display a pop-up menu.
6. Tap Call Mobile or Call Work on
the pop-up menu.
7. Tap a contact to display the details.
Call from Speed Dial
On the Phone screen, tap Speed Dial Button to enter the following
screen.
Tap and hold on a certain contact.
The pop-up menu provides the
Delete and Edit options for phone
setup.
Tap to redial this number.
Remember that this code (for
example, “2”) you want to dial can
also be dialed from the number
area in the Phone screen by tapping
on “2”.
Tap
Menu and then New to show
the Contacts list. Tapping a
Contacts name and number will
add it to the Speed Dial list. A
maximum of 99 numbers are
allowed.
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Call from the Call History
Tap Call History Button on the Phone screen to enter the following
screen.
Tap Menu and then Filter to list
the categories. To search, tap By
Caller and follow the screen
instructions to complete the
operation.
Tap this icon to redial this number
immediately.
Tap
and hold the phone number
area and tap the option you need on
the pop-up menu. For example, tap
Call to redial this number, tap Save
to Contacts to add this number to
the Phonebook.
Tap Menu and then Delete All
Calls to delete all call records. Or
tap Call Timers to view the
number of calls, call time and
manage call records as shown in
the figure on the left.
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Customize Your Phone
Tap Menu, Options, and then the Phone, Services, Network,
Appreciation software or Others tabs to modify the relevant service setup.
Note that the setup values you can change here depend on the services
provided by your telephone company.
Tap the Appreciation software
tab.
Make sure that you have checked
“SMS Zoom.” When you receive
an SMS, a large mail icon will
appear on the upper right of the
Today screen, and you can open
your newly received message by
tapping on this icon.
If you check “Call Filter” and
“Scenarios,” the representing icons
will appear on the lower right of
the Today screen.
If you check “New Dialer,” it
means you will be using the new
dialup panel.
Tap the Others tab.
Auto Answer: While driving, you
can set the phone to Auto Answer
and use your earphones for calls.
Broadcast Channels: If your
telephone company provides this
service, you can activate it.
Band: You can set the band for
different regions.
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Tap Menu, Options, and then the Phone tab.
You can set the ring type as ring,
vibration or mute.
If you want to use a customized
ring tone file, use the ActiveSync
program on your desktop computer
to copy the .wav ring tone file to
the /Windows/Rings folder on the
Pocket PC. You can then select this
ring tone from the Ring tone list.
Set the key sound for dialing.
You can set a PIN (Personal
Identity Number) to block
unauthorized access to your phone.
Your first PIN is provided by your
phone service provider.
Add Ring Tone
Tap
, Programs, Phone, and then Add Ring Tone.
1. All of the music files stored in your
Pocket PC or SD/MMC card will
be listed, please select the new
ringtones which you would like to
add.
2. Tap Add Ringtone Button, then
you can enter the Phone tab for
telephone environment settings and
select your ringtone files from the
Ring tone list.
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Phone Application Programs
Caution!
Before you can use the functions described in the Phone Group. Make sure
that the SIM card is properly installed in your Pocket PC and the Phone is
already turned on.
SIM Tool Kit
Tap
, Programs, Phone, and then SIM Tool Kit.
This screen is for reference only.
The actual screen is based on the
service items provided by your
telecom company.
Tap any service item.
Select Button: Launch service item.
Follow the screen or voice
instructions.
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SMS Sender
Tap
Tap
, Programs, Phone, and then SMS Sender.
, Messaging, and then New.
Enter the composing SMS screen in Messaging.
“Text Messages” means you are
editing SMS.
Input the mobile phone number.
Input the messages you want to
send.
Tap Menu and then My Text to
select canned messages or to edit
your Text Messages.
Tap to send SMS message.
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Speed Dial
Tap
, Programs, Phone, and then Speed Dial.
Hot Key Switch
Press the hot key
on the lower
part of the Pocket PC to switch
between these functions:
Frequently Dial → Index Dial
→ Contacts. Figure on the left is
the Index Dial screen.
Tap the box according to the
functions provided by the system.
View
Button: to switch between
these functions: Frequently Dial
→ Index Dial.
Tools Button: Provides the relevant
menu. For example, select Settings
to set the interface as Frequently
Dial or Index Dial. Select Sound
on/off to set the sound for tapping
the screen.
Tap Tools and then Color and
Text to enter the Setting screen
shown on the left. You can set the
text font, text color and button
background color according to your
personal preferences.
Font
Text color
Button background
Preview area
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Frequently Dialed Screen
Frequently Dial screen
Tap View Button or press the hot
key
on the lower part of the
Pocket PC to switch to the
Frequently Dial screen as shown
on the left.
Tap any phone entry box to speed
dial.
Tap and hold the box, then select
appropriate command from the
pop-up menu.
Sort according to the number of
calls in descending order. The
upper left corner has the most
number of calls while the lower
right corner has the least number.
: Tap to view the previous or
next page.
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Index Dial
Index Dial screen
Tap View Button or press the hot
key
on the lower part of the
Pocket PC to switch to the Index
Dial screen as shown on the left.
Tap on any letters. The content
displayed are the data created in
Contacts. If you did not create any
data in Contacts, the screen is
blank.
The letter “F” appears on the upper
left side of the screen (see left).
This indicates that this page
contains all address data that starts
with “F”. The English Address
Book is arranged alphabetically
using the First Name.
Tap any box to speed dial.
: Tap to view the previous or
next page.
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Call Filter
Tap
, Programs, Phone, and then Call Filter.
Tap
Add New List Button to
add a new Block List.
Tap and hold an entry in the list.
Select from the pop-up menu to
manage the list according to your
needs.
Tap
Add New List to add a
new Allow List.
~
Tap and hold any entry in the list to
display the pop-up menu.
Add New List Button
Call History Button: Blocked
call records.
Options Button
Synchronize Button: Tap Options and then Synchronize to activate
the functions for this button. The system will synchronize the names
according to the current Contacts entries but without updating the phone
numbers.
Find Button: Helps you find entries conveniently if there are lots of
entries in the list.
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About Button: Information about Call Filter.
Tap
Add New List Button in
the Call Filter screen to enter the
screen shown on the left.
Input name and telephone number.
Add to Block List or Allow List.
OK Button
Cancel Button
Tap and hold a contact in the
Contacts screen. Select Add to
Call Filter from the pop-up menu
to add a new entry to the Block
List.
Tap
Options Button in the
Call Filter screen to enter the
screen shown on the left.
Call tab: Set to accept or reject
call.
History tab: Set the time for
keeping the record.
Synchronize tab: Activate or
deactivate the functions of
Synchronize Button in the Call
Filter screen.
Status tab: Set to activate or
deactivate the Status icon on the
lower right of the Today screen. If
or
activated, the icons
will show. Tap to view the
filter status.
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Tap the icon
or
on the lower right of the Today screen
to display the Call Filter Status window.
Display Call Filter setting status.
Tap to hide the Call Filter Status
window.
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4 Customize
Your Pocket PC /
You can adjust the Pocket PC settings according to your personal
preferences and install other programs.
Adjusting Settings
To see available options, tap
, Settings, then the Personal or
System tab located at the bottom of the screen. The following utilities allow
you to adjust the settings based on your personal work style.
Clock & Alarms, to change the time or to set alarms
menu, and to enable a
Menus, to customize what appears on the
pop-up menu from the New button
Owner Information, to enter your contact information
Password, to limit access to your Pocket PC
Power, to maximize battery life
Today, to customize the look and the information that is displayed on the
Today screen
Customize Your Pocket PC
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Notifications
Your Pocket PC reminds you in a variety of ways when you have
something to do. For example, if you’ve set up an appointment in Calendar,
a task with a due date in Tasks, or an alarm in Clock & Alarms, you’ll be
notified in any of the following ways:
A message box appears on the screen.
A sound, which you can specify, is played.
A light flashes on your Pocket PC.
The Pocket PC vibrates.
To choose reminder types and sounds for your Pocket PC, tap
and
then Settings. In the Personal tab, tap Sounds & Notifications. The options
you choose here apply throughout the Pocket PC.
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Power Preference Settings
Tap
, Settings, the System tab, and then Power.
View the power usage condition or perform the relevant power
management settings.
Power icon
Check this item, so that when you
accidentally press the hardware
buttons on the Pocket PC, the
Pocket PC will not exit the sleep
mode. This will prevent
unnecessary power consumption if
a button is being pressed
accidentally and not being
discovered in time.
Checking this item displays the
power icon on the upper right side
of the screen.
Advanced tab: Set the Pocket PC
to turn off automatically after a
period of inactivity.
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Backlight
Tap
, Settings, the System
tab, and then Backlight.
1. Battery Power or External Power
tab: Set the relevant backlight
functions.
2. Backlight Level tab: Adjust the
backlight level.
Microphone
Tap
, Settings, the System
tab, and then Microphone.
1. Use the slider to adjust volume of
the phone mic, recording mic, or
Bluetooth mic.
2. Default Button: Restore to default
system settings.
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Adjust Volume
Push the volume control key on the side of the Pocket PC. Or use the
stylus to tap the
icon on the top of the screen to adjust all program
sound functions under
. Adjust the phone volume under
.
1. Adjust volume: When set to On,
use the stylus to tap and drag the
slider up and down to adjust the
volume. You can also push + or on the side of the Pocket PC.
2. Vibrate: Under Vibrate mode,
the sound function of all programs
will be replaced by vibration,
including incoming call rings. The
icon on the top changes to
.
3. Mute: Under Off mode, the
sound function of all programs will
be turned off, including incoming
call rings. The
changes to
icon on the top
.
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Scenarios
Tap
, Programs, Phone, and then Scenarios.
You can tap any Scenarios icon
in the Today
screen to enter Scenarios. After
selecting a mode, this will become
the Scenarios icon you selected.
Check this item to activate
Scenarios.
Select an applicable mode.
Check this item to display the
Scenarios mode icon in the Today
screen.
Details Button: Set the relevant
options for this mode, such as
volume, backlight, etc.
Tap Details Button to enter the
screen shown on the left. And then
tap Settings Button to set the
relevant options for this mode, such
as volume, backlight, etc.
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Quick Link
Tap
, Settings, the Personal tab, Today, the Items tab, and then
check Quick Link.
Items tab: Enter the Today setting
screen with Quick Link Options.
Make sure that Quick Link is
checked so that the Today screen
can display this item.
Options Button: Check and select
Quick Link to highlight it, and
then tap Options to enter its
settings screen.
Tap Move Up or Move Down to
arrange the display order of these
items in the Today screen.
Tap Options in the above screen to
enter the screen shown on the left.
Use the scroll bar to view pages.
General tab: Program names that
are checked will be displayed in the
Today screen. Tap again to
deselect an item and it will not be
displayed in the Today screen.
Advanced tab: Enter the Quick
Link Advanced Settings screen.
About tab: Relevant information
about Quick Link.
You can select a maximum of 27 icons. Items not supported by the system
will not display.
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Tap the Advanced tab to enter the
screen shown on the left.
Set to enable or disable the use of
the Big Icon.
Tap on arrowhead to select the
number of lines for displaying
Quick Link.
The icons of the programs you
checked in the General tab are
displayed in this area.
Tap an item in area, and use the
arrows here to arrange order in
which the item will be displayed in
the Today screen.
Description on the Today Screen
Tap this icon to link to Quick Link
settings screen.
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Your Quick Link settings. Tap the
icon to quick link to this program.
Find and Organize Information
The Search feature on your Pocket PC helps you quickly locate
information.
1. Tap
, Programs, and then
Search. Input the text you want to
find and then select the data type.
Tap on Search to start the search.
2. To find information that occupies a
larger space, select Larger than 64
KB for Type.
Actually, you can use File Explorer to search for files and place these
files into folders systematically. Just tap
Explorer.
, Programs, and then File
Tap to change folders.
Select the sort order for the list.
Tap the folder name to open folder.
Tap Menu and then New Folder to
create a new folder.
You can move files in File Explorer by tapping and holding the item you
want to move, and then tapping Cut or Copy and Paste on the pop-up
menu.
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Pop-up menus
With pop-up menus, you can quickly choose an action for an item. For
example, you can use the pop-up menu in the contact list to quickly delete a
contact, make a copy of a contact, or send an e-mail message to a contact.
The actions in the pop-up menus vary from program to program. To access a
pop-up menu, tap and hold the stylus on the item name that you want to
perform the action on. When the menu appears, lift the stylus, and tap the
action you want to perform. Or tap anywhere outside the menu to close the
menu without performing an action.
Tap and hold to display the pop-up
menu.
Lift the stylus and tap the action
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you want.
Tap outside the menu to close it
without performing an action.
Redefine Hot Keys
Tap
, Settings, the Personal tab, and then Buttons.
These hot keys can be redefined
as launch keys for frequently used
programs.
End Button and
Send
Button are exclusive phone
functions so they cannot be
redefined.
Customize Your Pocket PC
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5 Microsoft
ActiveSync /
Using Microsoft ActiveSync, you can synchronize the information on
your desktop computer with the information on your device. Synchronization
compares the data on your device with your desktop computer and updates
both computers with the most recent information. For example:
Keep Pocket Outlook data up-to-date by synchronizing your Pocket PC
with Microsoft Outlook data on your desktop computer.
Synchronize Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel files between your
Pocket PC and desktop computer. Your files are automatically converted
to the correct format.
By default, ActiveSync does not automatically synchronize all types of
information. Use ActiveSync options to turn synchronization on and off
for specific information type.
With ActiveSync, you can also:
Back up and restore your Pocket PC data.
Copy (rather than synchronize) files between your device and desktop
computer.
Control when synchronization occurs by selecting a synchronization mode.
For example, you can synchronize continually while connected to your
desktop computer or only when you choose the synchronize command.
Select which information types are synchronized and control how much
data is synchronized. For example, you can choose how many weeks of
past appointments you want synchronized.
Microsoft ActiveSync
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Installing and Using ActiveSync
Important Installation Notice
Before you install ActiveSync, make sure that the USB cable on the Pocket
PC is not connected to the personal computer. Connect the USB cradle only
after ActiveSync is installed.
1. Installing ActiveSync: Use the Companion CD to install Microsoft
ActiveSync 4.0 on the personal computer. ActiveSync is already installed
on your Pocket PC.
2. Hardware installation: The USB cradle is a plug-and-play device. Use the
USB cradle and the USB cable to connect your Pocket PC to your
personal computer (desktop computer or notebook).
USB ports: Connect one end of the USB cable to the Pocket PC and the
other end to the USB port on the personal computer.
Charger or USB cradle: Dock the Pocket PC into this cradle and make
sure that it is firmly seated into the slot on the cradle.
AC adapter: For charging power. For prolonged use of this Pocket PC
(such as network connection), we recommend that you use the AC adapter
for longer lasting power.
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3. Using ActiveSync
After installation is complete, the ActiveSync Setup Wizard helps you
customize your synchronization settings.
Once you use the USB cradle to connect the two devices properly, the Set
Up a Partnership screen appears on the personal computer. Set it up
according to your requirements. The green icon
appears on the status
bar of your personal computer to indicate that it is Connected.
Click Explore on the Microsoft ActiveSync on the personal computer to
access files in the Pocket PC. Just like using a personal computer, manage
the files in the two devices.
Windows 95 and Windows NT do not support USB connection.
USB Synchronization
Before you start to synchronize, use the Pocket PC Companion CD to
install ActiveSync on your personal computer. For more information on how
to install ActiveSync, please refer to the ActiveSync CD or online help.
ActiveSync is already installed on your Pocket PC.
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ActiveSync synchronization settings:
1. After installation is complete, the Setup Wizard will continue to guide you.
Adjust the specifications according to your actual needs.
2. Use the USB cradle to connect the two devices properly and the Set Up a
Partnership screen appears on the personal computer. Set it up according
to your requirements.
Click OK.
Click Next.
Check the items you want
to synchronize.
Click Next.
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Click Finish.
After installation is complete, the ActiveSync Setup Wizard helps you
connect your Pocket PC to your desktop computer, set up a partnership so
you can synchronize information between your Pocket PC and your
desktop computer, and customize your synchronization settings. Your first
synchronization process will automatically begin when you finish using
the wizard.
The green icon
appears on the status bar of the personal computer to
indicate that it is Connected.
After your first synchronization, take a look at Calendar, Contacts,
and Tasks on your Pocket PC. You’ll notice that information you’ve stored
in Microsoft Outlook on your desktop computer has been copied to your
device, and you didn’t have to type a word. Disconnect your Pocket PC from
your computer and you’re ready to go!
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Once you have set up ActiveSync and completed the first
synchronization process, you can initiate synchronization from your Pocket
PC. To switch to ActiveSync on your Pocket PC, tap
, and then tap
ActiveSync.
For more information on how to use ActiveSync on your personal
computer, run ActiveSync and refer to the ActiveSync online help. To learn
more about the Pocket PC ActiveSync, switch to ActiveSync and tap
and then Help. Just refer to the Help for more information.
After the synchronization is complete, tap Calendar, Contacts, and
Tasks on the Pocket PC to view if the information saved in Microsoft
Outlook on the personal computer is already copied to the Pocket PC.
On the Pocket PC site: Tap
,
Programs and then ActiveSync.
View synchronization status.
View connection status.
Tap to connect and synchronize.
Tap to synchronize via Bluetooth
or change synchronization settings.
Synchronizing using Bluetooth
Without using the USB cradle to connect the two devices, you can tap
, Programs, ActiveSync, and then Menu on the Pocket PC and still
synchronize using Bluetooth with the Sync Button. The greatest advantage is
that you don’t have to plug in and detach from the USB cradle so often. This
is especially useful for managing several Pocket PCs. For details on
Bluetooth devices, refer to “Using Bluetooth” section.
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6 Connections /
Connecting to the Internet
This section teaches you how to use GPRS wireless network connection.
GPRS wireless networking is a convenient function for working at home or
while traveling. You can use the Pocket PC to browse websites and read or
send E-mails, SMS or MSN messages.
Make sure that your telecom company provides this service and apply
for a SIM with GPRS function. If you already have a SIM card, all you need
to do is apply for the GPRS function from your service provider. Current
SIM cards can support GPRS networking functions.
Connection Wizard
Tap
, Settings, the Connections tab, and then Connection Wizard.
1. Select region name from the list.
2. Select network name from the list.
3. Tap Add.
4. Tap
, Settings, the
Connections tab, Connections,
and then “Manage existing
connections,” the list will show the
newly added network name.
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Setting the GPRS Connection
Tap
, Settings, the Connections tab, Connections, and then the
Tasks tab.
1. As shown in the screen on the left
tap “Add a new modem
connection.”
2. Enter the “Make New Connection”
screen as shown in the screen on
the left.
Input a new connection name for
convenience in making connections
in the future.
Select “Cellular Line (GPRS).”
Lastly tap Next.
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3. Input the Access Point Name
provided by your telecom company
and tap Next.
4. Input your personal information
such as account number, and tap
Finish.
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Starting GPRS Connection
or
icon at the top
1. Tap the
of the screen and when a message
window appears tap “Turn off
flight mode” and input your PIN to
turn on the Phone. The
icon
will change to
while the
icon changes to
.
, then tap Settings to link to
2. Tap
Connections. You are ready to
connect GPRS.
3. Select “Manage existing
connections” in Connections. Tap
and hold on the newly created
connection name, and then select
Connect to finish GPRS
connection.
4. Input your account information in
the Logon Network screen and tap
to login to the network.
5. After the connection is established,
the
icon will change to
.
6. Now you can use the appropriate
program to access the Internet,
receive or send E-mails, etc.
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Disconnecting GPRS
and the
1. Disconnect GPRS: Tap
message window appears. Tap
Disconnect.
and the
2. Turn off Phone: Tap
message window appears. Tap
“Turn on flight mode.”
Connections
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Using Bluetooth
Tap
, Programs, Utilities, and then Bluetooth Manager.
Bluetooth is a short-distance wireless communication technology with
an effective range under 10 meters (30 feet). When you turn on the Bluetooth
function, the indicator flashes blue.
Bluetooth LED
indicator (Blue)
Tap
Wireless Manager
and then tap
to enable Bluetooth
Bluetooth Connection Wizard
Tap on any one of the icons on the
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left side of the Wizard screen, the
system will ask you if you would
like to activate Bluetooth. After
activation, the LED indicator on
the upper left will flash blue.
Tap
here and the system will
search for all nearby Bluetooth
headsets.
Tap
to configure your Bluetooth
device.
Tap to enter the Bluetooth device
pairing screen.
All nearby Bluetooth devices found
by the system.
Tap on any one of the shortcut
icons and you will be able to follow
the on-screen instructions to pair
with that particular device. Devices
that have already been paired with
are shown with a .
Tap on one of the icons which
represent a Bluetooth headset,
when a is shown, it means that
you may use that particular
Bluetooth headset.
Refresh Search Button: re-scan for
all nearby Bluetooth devices.
Change viewing method.
Tap Bluetooth Manager Button in
the Wizard Mode screen to enter
this screen.
The system will search once again
and add to the number of the
devices that you may pair with.
Return to Bluetooth Wizard.
Tap to configure your Bluetooth
device.
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Bluetooth Connection Setting
Tap Settings Button in the Bluetooth Wizard screen to display the
Bluetooth Settings screen.
Tap the General tab
1. Bluetooth Status
Tap Open to enable Bluetooth
function.
Tap Close to disable Bluetooth
function.
Make sure that you disable
Bluetooth function when you need
to save power or if you are in
locations such as an airplane or
hospital that ban the use of wireless
devices.
2. Device Identify
Name: Other devices supporting Bluetooth can identify your Pocket PC by
this name.
Address: This is the unique address of your Pocket PC.
3. Access
Check “Discoverable”: Within an effective range of 10 meters (30 feet),
all devices supporting Bluetooth can detect your Pocket PC and data
transmission is performed with confirmation from the other party.
Uncheck “Discoverable”: Your Pocket PC can transmit data to other
devices but other devices cannot detect your Pocket PC.
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Service
Tap the Service tab
Provide the settings about services
of serial port, file transport and
exchange vCard.
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Serial Port
If you have Bluetooth GPS software, use the product as instructed and
refer to the accompanied documentation and this section to register your
Pocket PC as an effective serial port or search for other serial ports.
Tap the Serial Port tab
Register new serial port
1. Tap Add to enter the Settings
screen.
If you no longer need to use a
registered serial port, tap this serial
port under the “Name” column to
highlight and then tap Delete to
delete it.
2. The figure on the left shows the
settings screen for registering a new
serial port.
If you select COM for the “Name”
field, then the valid options for the
“Index” field are 0, 2, 4, 6 and 7.
If you select BTS for the “Name”
field, then the valid options for the
“Index” field are 0 to 9.
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Bluetooth Headset
Tap the Bluetooth Headset tab
1. Select a headset from the paired
list.
2. Check “Use Headset.”
FTP Sharing
Tap the FTP tab
Specify one of the folders on your
Pocket PC as a shared directory.
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CSD Type
Tap
, Settings, the Connections tab, and then CSD Type.
You must first apply for Circuit-Switched Data (CSD) service from your
telecom company before you can use this function. In short, this function is
similar to the modem dial-up in a personal computer. By simulating the
Pocket PC as a modem and connecting through the built-in GSM device, you
can use the Pocket PC to access the web.
This figure is for reference only.
The parameters shown in the screen
will be based on the settings
provided by your telecom
company. The charge rate is
regulated by your telecom
company.
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Connecting with a Personal Computer
For more information, refer to “Microsoft ActiveSync” section.
Wireless LAN Transmission
Tap the Wireless Manager icon
on the lower right corner of the
Today screen. For more information, refer to “Using Wireless LAN” section.
Wireless LAN
LED indicator (Orange)
Tap
Wireless Manager
Connections
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7 Using
Wireless LAN /
Connecting to Wireless LAN
This section teaches you how to use the Pocket PC’s built-in wireless
LAN function to connect to the Internet. It is convenient for you to browse
websites and send/receive E-mails through wireless networks at certain
locations where wireless networking services are provided.
When you purchase credits for connecting to the Internet through a
wireless LAN, you will be given the following information: an IP address,
DNS name server address, Proxy server, port, and network key, etc. You need
this information to setup and activate your connection. In some cases, you
may need additional information to use a company’s wireless connection,
please confirm with the network administrator in your company.
If this is your first time using the wireless LAN function, firstly you
should refer to the following “Configure Your Wireless Network” section for
instructions for the necessary configuration settings. After you have
completed the one-time configuration process, you only need to select the
icon in the Wireless Manager main menu for subsequent connections.
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icon on the bottom right of the Today screen.
Select the
, Programs and then Wireless Manager.
Tap
This icon will show up on your
screen whenever your Pocket PC
has detected a usable wireless
network and has connected to that
network, indicating that your
Pocket PC has successfully
connected to the network hotspot
(Access Point). At this point, the
indicator on the upper left of your
Pocket PC will flash orange.
Tap to enter the setup screen.
Tap to connect or disconnect to
your wireless network, a
means
that this function has been disabled.
When the screen shown on the left
appears, please choose a wireless
network that you can use, and then
tap OK Button. Then, select Work,
and tap Connect Button.
The first time you use the wireless
LAN function, your system will
ask you to set the above mentioned
settings, after that, your system will
continually use the settings from
your most recent successful
connection.
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Configure Your Wireless Network
WLAN Setup Scenarios
Location
Select Networks
Proxy Connection
Network key or
Access Point
Home
, Settings, the
Connections tab,
Connections, the
Advanced tab, Select
1. Close Proxy
connection
1. Authentication:
Select Open
2. Not required to
set Proxy
2. Data
Encryption:
Networks Button, and
Select WEP to
then select My Work
enable the entry
Network from
bar regarding
“Programs that
Network key
automatically connect
to the Internet should
connect using:” menu
Office
Refer to the above and
, Settings, the
Refer to the above
set as My Work
Connections tab,
and set the items
Network
Connections, the
for Network key
Tasks tab, select
“Edit my proxy
server,” and then
check the Internet
items to enable the
entry bar about
Proxy
Café or Refer to the above and 1. Close Proxy
connection
restaurant set as My Work
Network
2. Not required to
set Proxy
WLAN select
different Access
Point
Using Wireless LAN
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Configure Your Wireless Network
(Reference for a normal network setup)
You will need a correct IP address, DNS name server address, Proxy
server, and connection port number to setup your connection. If you have
purchased a wireless Internet service account, then the service desk at the
location where you will be connecting will provide you with this information,
or, you should obtain this information from the network administrator of
your company.
When your Pocket PC is unable to
automatically detect or connect to a
usable wireless network, please try
to configure the network manually.
Please refer to this section’s settings
instructions.
1. Select the
icon in the
Wireless Manager main menu, a
icon will display on the
navigation bar.
2. Then tap
, Settings, the
Connections tab, Connections,
and then the Advanced tab, the
screen displays shown on the left.
3. Select the Select Networks Button.
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4. As shown on the left, make sure
that My Work Network is selected
for both items, and finally tap
to save and exit.
My Work Network is the WLAN
connection method. As this option
is from a choice of two, the next
time you need to use the GPRS
connection, you will have to refer
to the above listed steps, select My
ISP for the first item.
5. In the Wireless Manager main
menu, select
to enter the
WLAN Utility screen.
6. Then select the Configuration
Button to enter the WLAN setup
screen.
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7. Select name of a currently available
network to enter the WLAN
authorization setup screen.
8. Set accordingly to the rules and
information provided by the hotspot
location.
Authentication: Select Open
Data Encryption:Select WEP to
enable the entry bar about Network
key
Network
key
Network index
If needed, select the General or
802.1x tabs to set other appropriate
settings.
9. Tap and hold on the name of the
network connection that you can
currently use, then select Connect.
When the
icon appears on the
top of the screen, your wireless
network has been successfully
connected.
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Configure Your Wireless Network
(Reference for Proxy setup)
To successfully configure your network, you will need the following
information: a correct IP address, DNS name server address, Proxy server,
and connection port number, etc. Please obtain the above listed information
from your company’s network administrator. If your company’s networking
environment doesn’t need Proxy server settings, please close the proxy
connection.
Tap
, Settings, the Connections tab, Connections, and then the
Tasks tab.
When your Pocket PC fails to
automatically detect or connect to a
usable wireless network, please try
using the manual method to
configure your network settings.
Please refer to the settings
information in this section.
1. Select “Setup my proxy server” or
“Edit my proxy server,” as shown
on the left.
2. In the Proxy Settings tab screen,
make sure that the following items
have been checked:
This network connects to the
Internet
This network uses a proxy server to
connect to the Internet
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The above is applicable to an office environment that requires a Proxy
setup.
For others that close the proxy connection, please do not check the box
named “This network connects to the Internet” and skip the following
procedures.
3. Enter the name into the “Proxy server” field.
4. Select the Advanced button and enter the advanced settings screen.
5. You can modify the settings by
tapping the HTTP type.
6. Enter the number into the “Port”
to save and
field. Finally, tap
exit.
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8 Sending and Receiving Messages /
E-mails and SMS Messages
Refer to “Connecting to the Internet” section to learn how to connect
the Pocket PC to the Internet and start using Messaging to send and receive
E-mails and SMS messages.
This section explains the basic preparations and processing principles. If
you have any questions, refer to online help about Pocket PC or ActiveSync.
Use Messaging to send and receive E-mails messages in either of these
ways:
1. Send and receive e-mail messages by connecting directly to an e-mail
server through an Internet service provider (ISP) or a network.
2. Synchronize e-mail messages with Microsoft Exchange or Microsoft
Outlook on your desktop computer.
Inbox synchronization does not support synchronization with Microsoft
Outlook Express.
Reference for using E-mail:
1. Refer to “E-mail Server Setup” section.
2. Refer to “Using E-mails and SMS”.
Reference for using SMS:
1. Refer to “Using E-mails and SMS” section.
2. To send and receive SMS only, you only need to turn on the Phone
(antenna icon on the Navigation Bar is
). It is not necessary to connect
GPRS to the network nor is it necessary to establish a new E-mail account
and connection in Messaging.
Sending and Receiving Messages
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Synchronizing E-mail Messages
If you want to synchronize e-mails with company or home usage, please
refer to this section. E-mail messages can be synchronized as part of the
general synchronization process. You will need to enable Inbox
synchronization in ActiveSync. For information on enabling Inbox
synchronization, see ActiveSync Help on the desktop computer.
During synchronization:
1. Refer to “Connecting to the Internet” section. Select the partnership you
want to establish under “Set Up a Partnership” and you can start to
synchronize data. If you choose not to synchronize data, you can manually
copy or move E-mails between the Pocket PC and a personal computer.
2. E-mail messages in the “Outbox” folder on your Pocket PC are transferred
to Exchange or Outlook, and then sent from those programs.
3. Exchange or Outlook E-mail is supported.
4. Mails in the Pocket PC Inbox folder will be transmitted to the personal
computer and then sent out via Microsoft Outlook or Microsoft Exchange.
5. If you delete mail in the Pocket PC, this mail will also be deleted from the
personal computer the next time the two devices perform synchronization.
6. SMS messages are not synchronized.
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Connecting Directly to the Mail Server
For single-machine use, not combining office and home E-mails, please
refer to “E-mail Server Setup” section.
You will receive messages directly from the mail server. This is
irrelevant to personal computer use. You can work online or offline. When
working online, you read and respond to messages while connected to the
e-mail server. Messages are sent as soon as you tap Send, which saves space
on your Pocket PC.
When working offline, once you’ve downloaded new message headers
or partial messages, you can disconnect from the e-mail server and then
decide which messages to download completely. The next time you connect,
Inbox downloads the complete messages you’ve marked for retrieval and
sends the messages you’ve composed.
Based on your preference, you can program the Pocket PC to receive
mail for the last few days, receive subjects only or the entire mail, or just
receive mail with file attachments smaller than a specified size. If you want
to receive more or less mail, tap Menu, Tools and then Options to adjust the
E-mail account settings according to your needs.
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E-mail Server Setup
Refer to this section if you are preparing for single-machine use and not
combining office and home E-mails. If you already have an E-mail account
from your ISP or company network, you can use Messaging to send and
receive mails and messages. To establish a new Messaging E-mail server on
your Pocket PC, refer to the following sections.
1. Obtain the following information from your ISP or company’s network
administrator for convenience in setting up the E-mail service.
E-mail address, account name and password
POP3 or IMAP4 server name for internal mail
SMTP server name for sending mail
2. E-mail Setup: Tap
,
Messaging, Menu, Tools, and then
New Account to display the screen
on the left. Follow the screen
instructions to set up the E-mail
service.
3. Refer to “Connecting to the
Internet” section to connect the
Pocket PC to the Internet and you
can start sending and receiving
E-mails and SMS messages.
4. Connecting to the E-mail server:
Tap Messaging, Menu, Switch
Accounts, and then check POP3.
Tap Menu and then Send/Receive.
Tap Menu, Tools and then Options to change the E-mail setup.
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Using E-mails and SMS
Below is a brief description of the Messaging screen functions:
Select the service and folder you
want to display.
Select the sort order for messages.
Tap to open a message.
Tap and hold to display a pop-up
menu of actions.
Status bar
Tap to compose a message.
Tap to change the account settings.
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Brief description on writing, sending, reading and replying (to) mail:
1. Send and Receive Mail: Tap New to compose a message and then tap
Send to send it.
Tap To, Cc or Bcc to open the Contacts screen. As long as you have set
up Contacts beforehand, you can just tap to select.
Tap the data area to input the E-mail adress, mobile phone number and
subject directly. If there is more than one contact, use a semi-colon (;) to
separate the addressees.
POP3 means to send E-mail, and Text Messages means to send an SMS
message. Note that the same message cannot be sent as E-mail and SMS
message at the same time.
Use the scroll bar to view the header.
Send Button: Send your messages.
Menu Button: Provide frequently-used functions for writing mail such as
request return receipt, attach files to E-mail, select canned messages, edit
canned messages or cancel mail.
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2. Read and Reply: Receive new mails by tapping Menu and then
Send/Receive. Switch to the “Inbox” folder and tap to open. The
following figure shows the open mail screen.
Besides reading the messages,
provide frequently-used functions
for replying to or forwarding.
3. Change preference settings.
Set the Inbox Synchronization option under ActiveSync.
Tap Messaging, Menu, Tools, Options, and then the Accounts,
Message…tabs on the Pocket PC to set the appropriate options.
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MSN Messenger
Tap
Tap
to display the MSN Messenger sign-in screen.
, Programs, Pocket MSN, and then MSN Messenger.
To switch to MSN Messenger, tap
, Programs, and then tap MSN
Messenger. MSN Messenger on your Pocket PC is an instant messaging
program that lets you:
See who is online.
Send and receive instant messages.
Have instant message conversations with groups of contacts.
For more information on using MSN Messenger, tap
and then
Help.
To use MSN Messenger, you must have a Microsoft Passport™ account
or a Microsoft Exchange e-mail account. You must have a Passport to use
MSN Messenger Service. If you have a Hotmail or MSN account, you
already have a Passport. Once you have obtained either a Microsoft Passport
or a Microsoft Exchange account, you are ready to set up your account.
Sign up for a Microsoft Passport account at http://www.passport.com. Get
a free Microsoft Hotmail e-mail address at http://www.hotmail.com.
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Setting Up
Before you can connect, you must enter Passport or Exchange account
information.
To sign in, enter your e-mail
address and password.
If you already use MSN Messenger on your desktop computer, your
contacts will show up on your Pocket PC without being added again.
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Working with Contacts
The MSN Messenger window shows all of your messenger contacts at a
glance, divided into Online and Not Online categories. From this view, while
connected, you can chat, send an e-mail, block the contact from chatting with
you, or delete contacts from your list using the pop-up menu.
Tap a contact to start a chat.
Tap and hold to display a pop-up
menu of actions.
To see others online without being seen, tap Menu, My Status, and then
select Appear Offline.
If you block a contact, you will appear offline but will remain on the
blocked contact’s list. To unblock a contact, tap and hold the contact, then
tap Unblock on the pop-up menu.
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Chatting with Contacts
View full chat.
Enter message.
Tap to send message.
View status of the chat. To know if
the contact you are chatting with is
responding, look for the message
under the text entry area.
Tap a contact name to open a chat window. Enter your message in the
text entry area, and tap Send. Or tap Menu and then My Text to select a
preset message. To invite another contact to a multi-user chat, tap Menu and
then Invite and tap the contact you want to invite.
To switch back to the main window without closing a chat, tap Menu and
then My Contacts. To revert back to your chat window, tap Menu and
then Chats and select the person whom you were chatting with.
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MMS Composer
Tap
, Programs, Phone, and then MMS Composer.
The MMS Composer mailbox is very similar to ordinary E-mail
mailbox function. “Inbox” saves the MMS that you received while “Outbox”
saves the MMS that you are going to send. “Sent” saves a backup copy of the
MMS sent successfully. “Drafts” saves incompletely edited MMS messages.
Tap Messaging
Tap to change the MMS sort
method.
Select the folder types you want to
display in the list.
Tap to manage your MMS
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mailbox.
Tap to add a new MMS.
Provides the relevant menu.
Setting Up MMS Mailbox
You must first apply for GPRS services with your telecommunications
service provider. Usually, MMS service comes with GPRS, but this may still
depend on your particular service provider and the services that they offer.
Please check the detailed information provided by your service provider.
After you have performed the complete configuration process, go on to the
“Create and Edit MMS” section and try out the easy to use yet exciting
multimedia MMS which has abundant audio and video special effects.
, Settings, the
1. Tap
Connections tab, Connections, the
Tasks tab, and then “Add a new
modem connection.” Refer to the
information provided by your
service provider to create a new
GPRS connection.
2. This is exclusively for MMS usage,
therefore the “Server name” for the
MMS server setting must
correspond with the Connection
Name shown in the screen on the
left.
3. Continue and tap the Advanced tab
in Connections, and then tap the
Select Networks Button.
4. Make sure that the upper item in
the screen on the left has been set to
“My ISP”.
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, Messaging, Menu,
5. Tap
Switch Accounts, and then check
MMS.
6. Tap Messaging, Menu, MMS
Configuration, the Servers tab,
and then New Button. The screen
displays shown on the left.
7. Refer to the information provided
by your service provider and enter
the information accordingly, then
tap OK Button to save.
8. The “Server Name” that you enter
in the screen shown on the left
should be the same as the
Connection Name that you entered
for the “Add a new modem
connection.” settings in
Connections.
9. “The Internet” should be selected
for “Connect via.”
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10. Select the item that you have just
saved, then tap the Set As
Default Button.
11. Now you have completed the
MMS configuration process.
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Create and Edit MMS
How to add a new MMS:
1. Select MMS Composer to display a MMS template that you can edit
freely.
2. Tap specified areas to insert the desired picture, text and audio files.
Tap Send button to send the MMS
messages.
Tap To button to select a phone
number or E-mail address from
your Contacts. You can tap the
entry area to input the phone
number or E-mail address also.
Tap
to show or hide the complete
header.
Tap to input the subject.
Tap the specified area to insert the desired picture file.
The next screen will display the current available files. You can use the
pull-down menu on the upper left corner to change the folder path. The
pull-down menu on the upper right corner allows you to select a picture
file to be inserted. Select the desired picture file and tap to insert.
Tap the text dialog area, edit MMS text and then just tap . How to use
to insert pre-saved expressions and phrases.
Canned Text: Tap
In addition, if you tap and hold on the canned text screen, then tap New on
the pop-up menu, you can create your own canned text.
Tap the specified area to select the audio to be included in the MMS. After
selecting the required file, tap . Note: Only one audio file is allowed for
each slide.
Tap to view the other slides you created.
Preview Button
Options Button: Set your favorite MMS options.
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3. Tap the specified area to select the audio file required by the MMS.
Select the folder types you want to
display in the list.
Tap an audio file ad it will be
highlighted.
Tap to play or pause.
Tap to stop.
Select Button
Cancel Button
Aside from obtaining the audio file
directly, you can record a new
audio file. To record an audio file,
Record Button to start
tap the
again to stop
recording. Tap
recording. You can also use
settings to enhance the sound
effect.
4. You can create one or more slides, add several slides in the same MMS
and edit anytime.
To change slide content: Tap a
component (picture, text and audio
segment) to be changed and select
a new one to replace it.
To add slides in MMS: Tap Edit
and then Insert Slide. You can also
add pictures, text and audio
components.
To delete slides in MMS: Tap Edit
and then Delete Slide.
To change the order of the slides in
MMS: Tap Edit and then Organize
Slides.
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9 Multimedia
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Using Camera
Tap
, Programs, Multimedia, and then Camera.
1. To take photos of scenery or of other people, turn the Pocket PC so the
screen is facing you and when you are satisfied with the composition,
button on the side of the Pocket PC.
press the
2. To take a picture of yourself, turn the Pocket PC around so that the
preview mirror is facing you.
3. Tap
and then Messaging to send the picture as an attachment in an
E-mail.
Shutter
Flash Lens Preview mirror Adjust focus
Shooting Tips
To take a self-portrait, it is best to face into the light. For best photo
results, avoid backlit or dark areas.
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Camera Mode
You can use Camera to shoot pictures and videos. This section
describes the Camera tools.
Exit Camera
Camera toolbar
Viewfinder
Switch between Camera and
Digital Video modes
Open or close the toolbar
Icon
Meaning
Photo mode: Normal, Timer, Continuous shutter, Portrait
Activate “Timer” to select the fixed time for shooting a picture
Activate “Continuous shutter” to select the number of pictures
to be taken
Choose landscape or portrait
Enable or disable the flash function
Display or hide the date
Select file format
Select resolution. The higher the resolution, the larger the
picture files.
Select scene
Select storage path
Enable or disable Wizard
Select special effect
Select picture frame
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Camera Mode Using Wizard
Tap
or
to select Wizard. After you press the shutter button
on the side of the Pocket PC, the Wizard will guide you through how to link
to other programs conveniently. This section explains the Wizard tools.
Exit Camera
Photo-viewing area, retains the last
photo just taken
Wizard toolbar
If “Continuous Shutter” is selected,
it will directly open or use the last
picture just taken when linking to
Icon
other programs.
Meaning
Return to Camera to continue taking pictures
Delete current picture
Connect to Messaging
Connect to Multimedia Manager
Connect to MMS Composer
Connect to Image Maker
Connect to Image Wizard
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Managing Pictures Shot by Continuous Shutter
Tap
to select “Continuous shutter” in the wizard mode. After you
press the shutter button, you can preview all thumbnails just shot and delete
the unnecessary one.
Exit Camera
Tap the thumbnail that you want to
delete
Tap
on the toolbar to delete
the unnecessary picture
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Digital Video Mode
Recording without entering the Camera screen: Directly press and hold
the
Recorder Button for a few seconds and then release to start
recording. To finish recording, press the Recorder Button to stop.
Tap
, Programs, Multimedia, and then Camera, DV Mode.
Since
only
horizontal (landscape) mode is supported, please rotate your
1.
Pocket PC 90 degrees when recording.
2. To shoot a video, turn the Pocket PC so the screen is facing you, press the
Recorder Button on the side of the Pocket PC to start recording. To
finish recording, press the Recorder Button again to stop.
3. To shoot the footage of yourself, turn the Pocket PC around so that the
preview mirror is facing you.
This section explains the Camera’s
digital video tools.
Exit Camera
Digital Video Mode toolbar
Viewfinder
Switch between Camera and
Digital Video modes
Icon
Open or close the toolbar
To playback on a personal
computer, select 3GP format before
recording.
Meaning
Recording quality. The higher the resolution, the larger the file.
Select file format
Select resolution. The higher the resolution, the larger the file.
Select scene
Enable or disable sound recording
Select storage path
Enable or disable Wizard
Select special effect
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Digital Video Mode Using Wizard
Tap
or
to select Wizard. After you finish recording, the
Wizard will guide you through how to link to other programs conveniently.
This section explains the Wizard tools.
Exit Camera
The photo viewing window stops at
the first scene of the video you just
recorded.
Wizard toolbar
Icon
Meaning
Return to Camera and continue shooting videos
Delete current video
Connect to Messaging
Connect to Multimedia Manager
Connect to Windows Media
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Speed Shooting Using the Hardware Hotkeys
Capture Mode
Camera Shutter/Video Recorder Adjust Focus Exit Camera
Switch between Camera and Video Recording modes
Open or close the toolbar
Setting Mode/Wizard Mode
Use the Navigation Button to navigate up, down, left and right to select
from the icons on the screen.
Press the middle button to execute selection.
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Multimedia Manager
Tap
, Programs, Multimedia, and then Multimedia Manager.
You can use Multimedia Manager to manage and view multimedia
information such as pictures, music, videos, etc.
Preview Multimedia Information
Select the folder you want to
display.
Tap to change the order of the list.
Preview thumbnail. Set according
to the multimedia information
placed in the folder. If you are
browsing pictures, tap a thumbnail
to display the full picture. If you
are browsing music or video, tap a
thumbnail to play.
Tap and hold the thumbnail and when the pop-up menu appears, select the
desired functions.
View Button: Select other types or auto-play pictures as a slideshow.
Tools Button: Create new folders, link to other usable programs and set
the viewing method.
Show Type Button: Select to display as large or small picture and the
number of pictures per row.
Tap to the upper directory.
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Slide Show Function
Tap Multimedia Manager, View,
and then SlideShow.
Double tap anywhere on the screen
to exit the slideshow.
Playing the last picture while not in
the slide show looping mode, tap
the screen and then tap the
icon to exit the slideshow.
Refer to the method described
above to exit the slideshow and
enter the screen shown on the left.
Select the picture scale, rotation
and view picture properties.
Link to other available programs.
Full-screen view. To exit
full-screen mode, tap the screen
and then tap the
icon on the
lower left corner of the screen.
View the previous or next picture.
Enlarge or shrink to the suitable
screen size.
Zoom in or out.
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Multimedia Manager Tools
Tap Multimedia Manager, Tools,
and then Setting.
Slideshow tab: As shown on the
left, this is the settings of the
slideshow mode.
Association tab: Select the desired
file type you want to open with
Multimedia Manager.
File Browse tab: Set the browsing
method.
Tap Multimedia Manager, Tools,
and then Delivery.
Tap thumbnail. The in the upper
left corner indicates that it is
already selected.
Next: Select the program to link to.
For example, if you select “Image
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Maker,” you will go to Image
Maker.
Image Maker
Tap
, Programs, Multimedia, and then Image Maker.
Image Maker is used to create, edit and view pictures. Use it to view
and edit the pictures you take. You can also use the relevant Image Maker
commands and tools such as rotate, stretch, brightness, etc. to edit and
process the graphics.
Drawing tool box.
Tap to utilize more drawing tools.
Drawing or image editing area.
When the image file exceeds the
viewing range of the editing area,
tap the scroll button on the right or
bottom of the screen.
File Button: Provides file
management function such as
opening and saving files.
Edit Button: Provides editing
functions such as undo, copy and
paste, etc.
Image Button: Provides special
effects for pictures.
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Icon
Meaning of the Drawing Tool Box
Select foreground and background colors
Eraser
Pick color
Pencil for writing and drawing lines
Airbrush
Line
Curve
Rectangle
Ellipse
Polygon
Rounded rectangle
Text
Select
Fill with color
Magnifier
Brush
Icon
Meaning of the Drawing Toolbar
New document
Open
Save
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Image Wizard
Tap
, Programs, Multimedia, and then Image Wizard.
Image Wizard provides frames, icons, filters and simple drawing tools
that you can use to process photos and pictures. Wizard will guide you to
complete the process step-by-step. You can then choose to save the file or
send it through E-mail or MMS Composer.
Go to the next step.
Preview area
Select Background Picture:
Select an existing photo or picture.
For example, a photo you have
taken.
Select Photo Frame
Undo
Repeat
Full Screen. Tap
to
return.
Save
Return to the previous step.
Input a name for the file and select
the file saving path.
Use system name and save to the
specified path.
Send tab: Send through E-mail or
MMS Composer.
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Companion Programs /
Microsoft Pocket Outlook includes Calendar, Contacts, Tasks,
Messaging, and Notes. You can use these programs individually or together.
For example, e-mail addresses stored in Contacts can be used to address
e-mail messages in Messaging.
Using ActiveSync, you can synchronize information in Microsoft
Outlook or Microsoft Exchange on your desktop computer with your Pocket
PC. You can also synchronize this information directly with a Microsoft
Exchange server. Each time you synchronize, ActiveSync compares the
changes you made on your Pocket PC and desktop computer or server and
updates both computers with the latest information. For information on using
ActiveSync, see ActiveSync Help on the desktop computer.
You can switch to any of these programs by tapping them on the
menu.
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Calendar: Scheduling Appointments and
Meetings
Use Calendar to schedule appointments, including meetings and other
events. You can check your appointments in one of several views (Agenda,
Day, Week, Month, and Year) and easily switch views by using the View
menu.
Tap to go to today.
Tap to display or edit the
appointment details.
View menu.
Tap Menu and then New
Appointment to create a new
appointment.
You can customize the Calendar display, such as changing the first day of
the week, by tapping Menu and then Options.
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Create an Appointment
Tap to return to the calendar (the
appointment is saved
automatically).
Tap to choose from predefined text.
Tap to choose from previously
entered locations.
Tap to select a time.
Tap to select a date.
Notes is a good place for maps and
directions.
1. If you are in Day or Week view, tap the desired date and time for the
appointment.
2. Tap Menu and then New Appointment.
3. Using the input panel, enter a description and a location. Tap first to select
the field.
4. If needed, tap the date and time to change them.
5. Enter other desired information. You will need to hide the input panel to
see all available fields.
6. To add notes, tap the Notes tab. You can enter text, draw, or create a
recording. For more information on creating notes, see “Notes: Capturing
Thoughts and Ideas” section.
7. When finished, tap
to return to the calendar.
If you select Remind me in an appointment, your Pocket PC will remind
you according to the options set in
, Settings, the Personal tab,
Sounds & Notifications.
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Use the Summary Screen
When you tap an appointment in Calendar, a summary screen is
displayed. To change the appointment, tap Edit.
View appointment details.
View.
Tap to change appointment.
Create Meeting Requests
You can use Calendar to set up meetings with users of Outlook or
Pocket Outlook. The meeting request will be created automatically and sent
either when you synchronize Inbox or when you connect to your e-mail
server. Indicate how you want meeting requests sent by tapping Menu and
then Options. If you send and receive e-mail messages through ActiveSync,
select ActiveSync.
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Schedule a Meeting
1. Create an appointment.
2. In the appointment details, hide the input panel, and then tap Attendees.
3. From the list of e-mail addresses you’ve entered in Contacts, select the
meeting attendees.
The meeting notice is created automatically and placed in the Outbox
folder.
For more information on sending and receiving meeting requests, see
Calendar Help and Messaging Help on the Pocket PC.
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Contacts: Tracking Friends and Colleagues
Contacts maintains a list of your friends and colleagues so that you can
easily find the information you’re looking for, whether you’re at home or on
the road.
Tap and enter part of a name to
quickly find it in the list.
Tap to display the contact details.
Tap and hold to display a pop-up
menu of actions.
This icon indicates that this
particular contact entry is stored on
your SIM card, so some of the
information you will only be able
to modify when the mobile phone
is turned on.
Provides the relevant menu. For
example, select Options to change
the way information is displayed in
the list. Or select Save to SIM or
Save to Contacts to duplicate to
Contacts or SIM phonebook.
Tap to create a new contact.
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Create a Contact
1. Tap New.
2. Using the input panel, enter a name and other contact information. You
will need to scroll down to see all available fields.
3. To assign the contact to a category, scroll to and tap Categories and select
a category from the list. In the contact list, you can display contacts by
category.
4. To add notes, tap the Notes tab. You can enter text, draw, or create a
recording. For more information on creating notes, see “Notes: Capturing
Thoughts and Ideas” section.
5. When finished, tap
to return to the contact list.
Tap to return to the contact list (the
contact is saved automatically).
Tap to select a representative
picture for this contact, when
dialing, this picture will appear on
your screen, making it easier to
identify the contact which you are
dialing to and adding a lot of fun.
Scroll to see more fields.
Notes is a good place for maps and
directions.
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Find a Contact
There are four ways to find a contact:
In the contact list, enter a contact name in the box under the navigation bar.
To show all contacts again, clear text from the box or tap the button to the
right of the box.
In the contact list, tap Menu, Filter and then select the type of contact that
you want displayed. To show all contacts again, select All Contacts. To
view a contact not assigned to a category, select No Categories.
To view the names of companies your contacts work for, in the contact list,
tap Menu, View By and then Company. The number of contacts that
work for that company will be displayed to the right of the company
name.
Tap
, Programs, and then Search, enter the contact name, select
Contacts for the type, and then tap Search.
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Use the Summary Screen
When you tap a contact in the contact list, a summary screen is
displayed.
View contact details. All of the
available contact information is
listed, you can tap and use easily.
Tap Menu and then Edit to change
the contact information.
Tap to view notes.
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Tasks: Keeping a To Do List
Use Tasks to keep track of what you have to do.
Indicates high priority.
Tap to display or edit the task
details.
Tap and hold to display a pop-up
menu of actions.
Tap to create a new task.
Provides the relevant menu.
For example, tap Filter to select
the category of tasks you want
displayed in the list. Tap Sort By
to select the sort order of the list.
Or tap Options to change the way
information is displayed in the list.
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Create a Task
1. Tap New.
2. Using the input panel, enter a description.
3. You can enter a start date and due date or enter other information by first
tapping the field. If the input panel is open, you will need to hide it to see
all available fields.
4. To assign the task to a category, tap Categories and select a category from
the list. In the task list, you can display tasks by category.
5. To add notes, tap the Notes tab. You can enter text, draw, or create a
recording. For more information on creating notes, see “Notes: Capturing
Thoughts and Ideas” section.
6. When finished, tap
to return to the task list.
Tap to return to the task list (the
task is saved automatically).
Tap to choose from predefined
subjects.
Notes is a good place for maps and
drawings.
To quickly create a task with only a subject, check Show Tasks entry bar
on the Options menu. Then, tap “Tap here to add a new task” and enter
your task information.
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Use the Summary Screen
When you tap a task in the task list, a summary screen is displayed. To
change the task, tap Edit.
View task details.
Tap to show and hide additional
summary information.
View notes.
Tap to change task.
Voice Recording Format
1. Tap the Notes tab in Calendar,
Contacts or Tasks, you can create
a recording.
2. Voice recording format:
Tap
, Settings, the Personal
tab, Input, and then the Options
tab. Select “8,000 Hz, 8 Bit, Mono
(8 KB/s).”
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Notes: Capturing Thoughts and Ideas
Quickly capture thoughts, reminders, ideas, drawings, and phone
numbers with Notes. You can create a written note or a recording. You can
also include a recording in a note. If a note is open when you create the
recording, it will be included in the note as an icon. If the note list is
displayed, it will be created as a stand-alone recording.
Tap to change the sort order of the
list.
Tap to open a note or play a
recording.
Tap and hold to display a pop-up
menu of actions.
Tap to record.
Provides the relevant menu.
For example, check View
Recording Toolbar to show the
Recording toolbar.
Tap to create a new item.
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Create a Note
1. Tap New.
2. Create your note by writing, drawing, typing, and recording. For more
information about using the input panel, writing and drawing on the screen,
and creating recordings, see “Enter Information on Your Pocket PC.”
Tap to return to the note list (the
note is saved automatically).
Tap to show or hide the input
panel.
Provides the relevant menu.
For example, check View
Recording Toolbar to add a
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recording to the note; or check
Draw to write on the screen.
Word Mobile
Word Mobile works with Microsoft Word on your desktop computer to
give you easy access to copies of your documents. You can create new
documents on your Pocket PC, or you can copy documents from your
desktop computer to your Pocket PC. Synchronize documents between your
desktop computer and your Pocket PC so that you have the most up-to-date
content in both locations.
Use Word Mobile to create documents, such as letters, meeting minutes,
and trip reports. To create a new file, tap
, Programs, Word Mobile,
and then New. A blank document appears. Or, if you’ve selected a template
for new documents in the Options dialog box, that template appears with
appropriate text and formatting already provided. You can open only one
document at a time; when you open a second document, you’ll be asked to
save the first. You can save a document you create or edit in a variety of
formats, including Word (.doc), Word Mobile (.pwi), Rich Text Format (.rtf),
and Plain Text (.txt).
Word Mobile contains a list of the files stored on your Pocket PC. Tap a
file in the list to open it. To delete, make copies of, and send files, tap and
hold a file in the list. Then, select the appropriate action on the pop-up menu.
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Select the type of folder you want
displayed in the list.
Tap to change the sort order of the
list.
Tap to open a document.
Tap and hold an item to see a
pop-up menu of actions.
Tap to create a new document.
You can change the zoom magnification by tapping View and then Zoom.
Then select the percentage you want. Select a higher percentage to enter
text and a lower one to see more of your document.
If you’re opening a Word document created on a desktop computer, check
Wrap to Window on the View menu so that you can see the entire
document.
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Using the input panel, enter typed text into the document. For more
information on entering typed text, see “Enter Information on Your Pocket
PC.”
To format existing text and to edit text, first select the text. You can
select text as you do in a Word document, using your stylus instead of the
mouse to drag through the text you want to select. You can search a
document to find text by tapping Menu, Edit and then Find/Replace.
Tap to return to the document list
(changes are saved automatically).
Tap and hold to see a pop-up menu
of actions.
Tap to format text.
Provides the relevant menu.
For example, select Format to
change formatting options.
Tap View and then check Toolbar
to show the toolbar.
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Excel Mobile
Excel Mobile works with Microsoft Excel on your desktop computer to
give you easy access to copies of your workbooks. You can create new
workbooks on your Pocket PC, or you can copy workbooks from your
desktop computer to your Pocket PC. Synchronize workbooks between your
desktop computer and your Pocket PC so that you have the most up-to-date
content in both locations.
Use Excel Mobile to create workbooks, such as expense reports and
mileage logs. To create a new file, tap
, Programs, Excel Mobile, and
then New. A blank workbook appears. Or, if you’ve selected a template for
new workbooks in the Options dialog box, that template appears with
appropriate text and formatting already provided. You can open only one
workbook at a time; when you open a second workbook, you’ll be asked to
save the first.
Excel Mobile contains a list of the files stored on your Pocket PC. Tap a
file in the list to open it. To delete, make copies of, and send files, tap and
hold a file in the list. Then select the appropriate action from the pop-up
menu.
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Excel Mobile provides fundamental spreadsheet tools, such as formulas,
functions, sorting, and filtering. To display the toolbar, tap View and then
check Toolbar.
Cell contents appear here as you
enter them.
Select cell contents for the resource
of chart.
Insert Chart button
AutoSum button
Zoom button
Tap Insert Chart Button to modify
the relevant information, such as
titles, scale, type and series.
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Tips for Working in Excel Mobile
For more information on using Excel Mobile, tap
and then Help.
Note the following when working in large worksheets in Excel Mobile:
View in full-screen mode to see as much of your worksheet as possible.
Tap View and then Full Screen. To exit full-screen mode, tap Restore.
Show and hide window elements. Tap View, Show and then tap the
elements you want to show or hide.
Freeze panes on a worksheet. First select the cell where you want to freeze
panes. Tap View and then Freeze Panes. You might want to freeze the
top and leftmost panes in a worksheet to keep row and column labels
visible as you scroll through a sheet.
Split panes to view different areas of a large worksheet. Tap View and
then Split. Then drag the split bar to where you want it. To remove the
split, tap View and then Remove Split.
Show and hide rows and columns. To hide a row or column, select a cell
in the row or column you want to hide. Then tap Menu, Format, then
Row or Column, and then Hide. To show a hidden row or column, tap
Menu, Format, then Row or Column, and then Unhide.
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PowerPoint Mobile
View PowerPoint slides created in PowerPoint 97 and above versions
on your desktop computer. The supported formats include .ppt and .pps files.
Select the type of folder you want
displayed in the list.
Tap to change the sort order of the
list.
Tap to open a file, and play the
slides.
Tap to open the file you played last
time.
Provides the relevant menu.
Tap
on the lower left corner to
open the menu. Tap End Show to
quit.
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Windows Media Player
Use Microsoft Windows Media Player for Pocket PC to play digital
audio and video files that are stored on your Pocket PC or on a network. To
switch to Windows Media Player for Pocket PC, tap
and then
Windows Media.
Use full-screen to view video.
Display website. Find music or
video to be played from website.
Return to the start of the current
file or previous file.
Tap to play or pause.
Tap to skip to the next song.
Tap to adjust volume.
Audio/mute
Indicates the progress of the current
track.
To enter the screen shown on the
left, tap Menu and then Library.
Select Library.
Tap and hold the file or folder to be
played, then tap Play or Queue
Up.
Menu Button: Tap Open File to
play files that do not belong to the
current library. Tap Update
Library to update the file list.
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Use Microsoft Windows Media Player on your desktop computer to
copy digital audio and video files to your Pocket PC. You can play Windows
Media and MP3 files on your Pocket PC.
For more information about using Windows Media Player for Pocket
PC, tap
, and then tap Help.
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Internet Explore
Using Internet Explore
Use Microsoft Internet Explorer Mobile to view Web or WAP pages in
either of these ways:
During synchronization with your desktop computer, download your
favorite links and mobile favorites that are stored in the Mobile Favorites
subfolder in Internet Explorer on the desktop computer.
Connect to an Internet service provider (ISP) or network and browse the
Web. To do this, you’ll need to create the connection first, as described in
“Connect to the Internet”.
When connected to an ISP or network, you can also download files and
programs from the Internet or intranet.
To switch to Pocket Internet Explorer, tap
Explorer.
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and then Internet
Browse the Internet
Refer to “Connecting to the Internet” section to connect the Pocket PC
to the Internet and start browsing websites.
1. Tap
and then Internet Explorer.
2. Input the site address into the address bar at the top of the screen and
connect to this site.
3. Use the scroll bar at the right side or bottom of the screen, or press the up
or down button on the Pocket PC to view the contents of the entire
website.
Input address here
Tap to launch
Back Button
Provides the relevant menu, such as
Favorites, Add to Favorites,
Home, and Refresh.
Aside from keying in the address directly, you can also connect to
websites using the following methods.
Tap the Favorites button, and then tap the favorite you want to view.
In the address bar, tap the arrow ▼ to choose from previously entered
addresses.
To add a favorite link while using the Pocket PC, go to the page you want
to add, tap and hold on the page, and tap Add to Favorites.
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View Mobile Favorites and Channels
Tap the favorite you want to view.
Tap to add or delete a folder or
favorite link.
1. Tap the Favorites button to display your list of favorites.
2. Tap the page you want to view.
You’ll see the page that was downloaded the last time you synchronized
with your desktop computer. If the page is not on your Pocket PC, the
favorite will be dimmed. You will need to synchronize with your desktop
computer again to download the page to your Pocket PC, or connect to the
Internet to view the page.
The Mobile Favorites Folder
Only items stored in the Mobile Favorites subfolder in the Favorites
folder in Internet Explorer on your desktop computer will be synchronized
with your Pocket PC. This folder was created automatically when you
installed ActiveSync.
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Favorite Links
During synchronization, the list of favorite links in the Mobile Favorites
folder on your desktop computer is synchronized with Pocket Internet
Explorer on your Pocket PC. Both computers are updated with changes made
to either list each time you synchronize. Unless you mark the favorite link as
a mobile favorite, only the link will be downloaded to your Pocket PC, and
you will need to connect to your ISP or network to view the content. For
more information on synchronization, see ActiveSync Help on the desktop
computer.
Synchronize Mobile Favorites
If you are using Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0 or later on your desktop
computer, you can download mobile favorites to your Pocket PC.
Synchronizing mobile favorites downloads Web content to your Pocket PC
so that you can view pages while you are disconnected from your ISP and
desktop computer.
Use the Internet Explorer plug-in installed with ActiveSync to create
mobile favorites quickly.
Create a Mobile Favorite
1. In Internet Explorer on your desktop computer, click Tools and then
Create Mobile Favorite.
2. To change the link name, enter a new name in the Name box.
3. Optionally, in Update, select a desired update schedule.
4. Click OK. Internet Explorer downloads the latest version of the page to
your desktop computer.
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5. Synchronize your Pocket PC and desktop computer. Mobile favorites that
are stored in the Mobile Favorites folder in Internet Explorer are
downloaded to your Pocket PC.
If you did not specify an update schedule in step 3, you will need to
manually download content to keep the information updated on your
desktop computer and Pocket PC. Before synchronizing with your Pocket
PC, in Internet Explorer on your desktop computer, click Tools and then
Synchronize. You will see the last time content was downloaded to the
desktop computer, and you can manually download content if needed.
You can add a button to the Internet Explorer toolbar for creating mobile
favorites. In Internet Explorer on your desktop computer, click View,
Toolbars, and then Customize.
Save Pocket PC Memory
Mobile favorites take up storage memory on your Pocket PC. To
minimize the amount of memory used:
In the settings for the Favorites information type in ActiveSync options,
turn off pictures and sounds, or stop some mobile favorites from being
downloaded to the Pocket PC. For more information, see ActiveSync
Help.
Limit the number of downloaded linked pages. In Internet Explorer on the
desktop computer, right-click the mobile favorite you want to change and
then Properties. In the Download tab, specify 0 or 1 for the number of
linked pages you want to download.
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11
Maintaining the Pocket PC /
Adding or Removing Programs
Programs added to your Pocket PC at the factory are stored in ROM
(read-only memory). You cannot remove this software, and you’ll never
accidentally lose ROM contents. All other programs and data files added to
your Pocket PC after factory installation are stored in RAM (random access
memory).
You can install any program created for your Pocket PC, as long as your
Pocket PC has enough memory. The most popular place to find software for
your Pocket PC is on the Pocket PC Web site
(http://www.microsoft.com/windowsmobile/pocketpc/).
Add Programs Using ActiveSync
You’ll need to install the appropriate software for your Pocket PC on
your desktop computer before installing it on your Pocket PC.
1. Determine your Pocket PC and processor type so that you know which
and then Settings. On the
version of the software to install. Tap
System tab, tap About. In the Version tab, make a note of the information
in Processor.
2. Download the program to your desktop computer (or insert the CD or disk
that contains the program into your desktop computer). You may see a
single *.xip, *.exe, or *.zip file, a Setup.exe file, or several versions of
files for different Pocket PC types and processors. Be sure to select the
program designed for the Pocket PC and your Pocket PC processor type.
3. Read any installation instructions, Read Me files, or documentation that
comes with the program. Many programs provide special installation
instructions.
4. Connect your Pocket PC and desktop computer.
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5. Double-click the *.exe file.
If the file is an installer, the installation wizard will begin. Follow the
directions on the screen. Once the software has been installed on your
desktop computer, the installer will automatically transfer the software to
your Pocket PC.
If the file is not an installer, you will see an error message stating that the
program is valid but it is designed for a different type of computer. You
will need to move this file to your Pocket PC. If you cannot find any
installation instructions for the program in the Read Me file or
documentation, use ActiveSync Explore to copy the program file to the
Program Files folder on your Pocket PC. For more information on
copying files using ActiveSync, see ActiveSync Help.
Once installation is complete, tap
, Programs, and then the
program icon to switch to it.
Add a Program Directly from the Internet
1. Determine your Pocket PC and processor type so that you know which
version of the software to install. Tap
and then Settings. On the
System tab, tap About. In the Version tab, make a note of the information
in Processor.
2. Download the program to your Pocket PC straight from the Internet using
Pocket Internet Explorer. You may see a single *.xip, *.exe or *.zip file, a
Setup.exe file, or several versions of files for different Pocket PC types
and processors. Be sure to select the program designed for the Pocket PC
and your Pocket PC processor type.
3. Read any installation instructions, Read Me files, or documentation that
comes with the program. Many programs provide special installation
instructions.
4. Tap the file, such as a *.xip or *.exe file. The installation wizard will
begin. Follow the directions on the screen.
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Add a Program to the Start Menu
Tap
, Settings, the Personal tab, and then Menus.
Check the box for the program.
If you do not see the program listed, you can either use File Explorer
on the Pocket PC to move the program to the Start Menu folder, or use
ActiveSync on the desktop computer to create a shortcut to the program and
place the shortcut in the Start Menu folder.
Using File Explorer on the Pocket PC: Tap
, Programs, File
Explorer, and locate the program (tap the folder list, labeled My
Documents by default, and then My Device to see a list of all folders on
the Pocket PC). Tap and hold the program and tap Cut on the pop-up
menu. Open the Start Menu folder located in the Windows folder, tap
and hold a blank area of the window, and tap Paste on the pop-up menu.
The program will now appear on the
menu.
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Using ActiveSync on the desktop computer: Use the Explorer in
ActiveSync to explore your Pocket PC files and locate the program.
Right-click the program, and then click Create Shortcut. Move the
shortcut to the Start Menu folder in the Windows folder. The shortcut
now appears on the
menu. For more information, see ActiveSync
Help.
Remove Programs
Tap
and then Settings. On the System tab, tap Remove Programs.
Tap a program name from the list
under “Programs in storage
memory” to highlight it and then
tap Remove.
If the program does not appear in the list of installed programs, use File
Explorer on your Pocket PC to locate the program, tap and hold the program,
and then tap Delete on the pop-up menu.
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Manage Memory
View Memory Status
Tap
, Settings, the System tab, and then Memory.
Tap the Main tab.
The status of Storage and Program
memory.
Search: Quick link to the Search
program.
Tap the Storage Card tab.
Current storage card memory
status.
Tap to select the built-in or external
storage card.
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Tap the Running Programs tab.
Tap a program name in ”Running
Programs List” and when it is
highlighted, tap Activate or Stop.
Activate: Start running the
program you selected.
Stop: Stop the program you
selected.
Stop All: Stop all programs in the
“Running Programs List.”
Find Available Memory
Under certain circumstances such as insufficient memory, the Pocket
PC cannot allocate memory automatically. Try to solve this problem through
the following methods:
Tap
, Programs, and then Search.
1. To find files occupying larger
amounts of memory, select “Larger
than 64 KB” for type and tap
Search.
2. Then use File Explorer.
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1. Tap
, Programs, and then File
Explorer. Use File Explorer to
move the files you want to keep to
external storage cards such as SD
or MMC. Tap and hold the items to
be moved, then tap Cut or Copy on
the pop-up menu. Move to the
storage card and then tap Paste.
2. Use File Explorer to delete files
that you no longer need.
Tap
, Messaging, Menu,
Tools, Options, and then the
Storage tab.
Check “Store attachments on
storage card” to save attached files
from E-mails automatically in the
storage card in future.
Tap
, Internet Explorer,
Menu, Tools, and then Options.
Tap Clear History and Delete
Files to delete records of websites
that you have browsed.
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Tap
, Programs, Notes/Word Mobile/Excel Mobile, Menu, and
then Options.
1. Enter the Notes file list screen.
2. Tap Menu and then Options.
3. Tap the “Save to” function button
and select SDMMC from the list.
This indicates that you are using
SD or MMC as your external
storage card.
Hereafter, new files will be
automatically saved to this storage
card.
Follw the same operation
procedure for Notes in Word
Mobile and Excel Mobile.
In addition, you can use the Rename/Move or Save As function
provided by the program above to move or save files to the storage card.
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System Information
Tap
, Settings, the System tab, and then System Information.
Tap + or - to display or hide the
system information.
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Tap
Voice Commander /
, Programs and then Voice Commander.
Voice Commander is continuous voice recognition application
software in the Pocket PC. Voice Commander allows the user to use their
own voice to dial and control functions. Voice Commander has the
following features:
Fully voice-controlled system that allows the user to complete operations
(such as dialing phone or running applications) quickly without using
hands.
Uses Speaker-Independent (SI) recognition technology that allows the user
to use the Pocket PC immediately without having to train or pre-record for
the system.
Provides a Conversational UI for guiding beginners to issue voice
commands through the conversational method. The user can then use
commands easily without any practice.
Provides the Voice tag and “digit model adaptation” function so that the
user can customize personal settings and further increase recognition and
convenience in usage.
The Voice Commander provided with this product does not need
personal training or recording. You can use voice control to operate this
Pocket PC immediately. Try calling out “Solitaire” to play. Tap the
Voice Commander Button on the side of the Pocket PC and when the
system prompts you to “Say Command,” just say “Start Solitaire” and the
Solitaire game screen will appear.
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Starting Voice Commander
Here are two methods for running Voice Commander:
1. Tap
, Programs, Voice Commander, and then Voice Commander.
2. Voice Commander Button. The system sets the
button on the Pocket
PC as the exclusive “Voice Commander” button. Just press this button to
run Voice Commander.
Show the format of voice
command.
Re-Start Button: Restart Voice
Commander.
Menu Button:
Settings: Setup Voice Commander.
Help: About Voice Commander.
Exit: Exit Voice Commander.
Tap
, Settings, the
Personal tab, and then
Buttons to redefine the
Voice
Commander
Button
Voice Commander hot
key or other hardware
buttons.
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Voice Command Format
Press the Voice Commander Button on the Pocket PC and enter the
Voice Commander screen.
Voice Name dialing
Usage: Call <Contact> at <Home/Work/Mobile>
Example 1: Call Jennifer Lopez
Example 2: Call Jennifer Lopez at mobile
Voice Show Contact
Usage: Show <Contact> at <Home/Work/Mobile>
Example 1: Show Eric Clapton
Example 2: Show Eric Clapton at work
Voice Digit Dial
Start Application
Usage: Digit Dial
Usage: Start <Application>
Example: Digit Dial
Example: Start Calendar
(System: What number)
29109088
Voice Show Appointment
Usage: Today’s/Tomorrow’s/
This week’s Appointment
Voice Play Music File
Usage: Play <Music file name>
Example 1: Play The Moment
Example 2: Play SHE album
Example 3: Play Music
Goodbye
Usage: Goodbye
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Tips
All the names in Contacts will automatically become recognizable
contacts in the “Voice dialing” syntax. However, if the number of
contacts exceeds 1000 entries, the system will not recognize the
excessive entries. To add these entries to Voice Commander for
recognition, tap Menu and then Settings or run Voice Commander
Settings to check and add these contacts manually for voice recognition.
If your volume is too low or if your surroundings are so noisy that the
system cannot recognize your voice, the system will prompt you “Please
say again.” Adjust the distance between yourself and your Pocket PC or
reduce the noise and try again.
Tips
If the user has a heavy accent that may cause poor voice recognition, use
any of the following methods to train the personal digital adapted model in
order to increase recognition:
1. Tap Menu, Setting, and then the Digit Training tab.
2. Tap Voice Commander Settings and then the Digit Training tab.
Tips
You can also tap Voice Commander, Menu, and then Exit to end Voice
Commander.
If you open another program while using Voice Commander and it
covers the Voice Commander screen, Voice Commander will terminate
automatically.
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Voice Commander Settings
There are two ways to run Voice Commander Settings:
Tap
, Programs, Voice Commander, and then Voice Commander
Settings.
Tap Menu and then Settings while using Voice Commander.
Voice Commander Settings allows the user to personalize the Voice
Commander settings, add and remove contacts or applications within the
recognition range, record voice tags or play commands to prompt the user on
how to say the correct command.
Contacts Settings Page
Tap Voice Commander Settings and then the Contacts tab. The setting
page will list all the names and their status (whether or not it is selected, with
or without voice tag) in Contacts.
Check box function
If a contact is checked, it can be
identified normally. If unchecked,
this indicates that it is not within
the recognizable range. Please
create a voice tag.
Lips icon: Voice tag is built.
Tap a contact name to highlight it
for using with
buttons.
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Play Button: Play the recorded voice tag for this contact and hear
how it is pronounced.
Build Button: Record the voice tag for this contact again.
Delete Button: Delete the voice tag for this contact.
Contacts tab: Sets the voice commands for Contacts.
Application tab: Sets the voice commands for applications.
Digit Training tab: Sets the voice command for digital dialing.
Advanced Settings tab: Sets the length and sensitivity for digital dialing.
For example, record Alex Cooper in Contacts as Sweet Heart.
1. Tap Alex Cooper.
2. Tap
Build Button.
3. When you hear a beep, say the words “Sweet Heart” that you want to
record.
4. When you hear a second beep, say “Sweet Heart” again.
5. After recording twice, the system will play the voice you just recorded to
indicate that you have created a voice tag.
6. At this time, a Lips icon
appears to the right of your contact, Alex
Cooper, to indicate that there is a voice tag created for this name. This is
helpful in identifying which contacts already have voice tags.
7. To create another voice tag, tap
Build Button and repeat the steps
above.
8. Tap
Delete Button to remove the voice tag. The system will then
restore the default voice for Alex Cooper.
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Tips
You can choose which Contacts are to be added to the recognizable range
of the Voice Commander. By default, the system automatically adds all
names within the recognizable range.
If the number of Contacts exceeds 1000 entries, the system will not
recognize the excessive entries. To add these contacts to Voice
Commander for recognition, manually check the check boxes in front of
the contact entries.
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Application Settings Page
Tap Voice Commander Settings and then the Application tab and the
Settings page will list the applications and settings installed by the Pocket PC
and then Programs (whether or not it is selected, with or without
on
voice tag).
You can choose which applications are to be added to the recognizable
range of the Voice Commander. By default, the system automatically adds
all applications as recognizable targets in the < Application > syntax in
“Voice open application.” No matter when you install a new application, the
system updates immediately and adds the new application within the
recognizable range. This helps you save time spent in finding applications.
Check box function
If the application is checked, it can
be identified normally. If
unchecked, this indicates that it is
not within the recognizable range.
If the check box is gray and cannot
be checked, this indicates that the
item is unrecognizable. Build a
voice tag to add a gray item into
the recognizable range.
Lips icon: Voice tag is built.
Tapped application name is
highlighted and can be used with
functions.
Play Button: Play the recorded voice tag for this application and hear
how it is pronounced.
Build Button: Record the voice tag for this application again.
Delete Button: If there is a Lips icon, the voice tag for this
application can be deleted and restored to the default system voice.
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Application example: You want to record MSN Messenger as “Chat
room.”
1. Tap MSN Messenger.
2. Tap
Build Button.
3. When you hear a beep, say the words “Chat room” that you want to
record.
4. When you hear a second beep, say “Chat room” again.
5. After recording twice, the system will play the voice you just recorded to
indicate that you have created a voice tag.
6. At this time, a Lips icon
appears to the right of MSN Messanger to
indicate that there is a voice tag created for this application name. This is
helpful in identifying which applications already have voice tags.
7. To create another voice tag, tap
Build Button and repeat the steps
above.
8. Tap
Delete Button to remove the voice tag. The system will then
restore the default voice for MSN Messenger.
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Music Settings Page
Tap Voice Commander Settings and then the Music tab, the settings
page will list the music files and configuration status of the specify folder in
your Pocket PC or on your SD/MMC card.
If you add a new music file, the system will update in real-time,
automatically adding the file to your recognizable range, saving you the time
of searching for your music files.
.MP3 and .WMA music file formats are supported, and the system will
automatically activate all of the music files stored in the following folders:
1. All folders on your SD/MMC card.
2. The My Documents folder in your Pocket PC, or any folder that is inside
the My Documents folder.
3. If you want to transfer the files to your Pocket PC via the ActiveSync
sychronization method, then you must put the files in either the Playlists
folder or the Music folder.
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Check box function
If the music file name is checked, it
can be identified normally. If
unchecked, this indicates that it is
not within the recognizable range.
If the check box is gray and cannot
be checked, this indicates that the
item is unrecognizable. Build a
voice tag to add a gray item into
the recognizable range.
Lips icon: Voice tag is built.
Tapped music file name is highlighted and can be used with
functions.
Play Button: Play the recorded voice tag for this music file name and
hear how it is pronounced.
Build Button: Record the voice tag for this music file name again.
Delete Button: If there is a Lips icon, the voice tag for this music file
name can be deleted and restored to the default system voice.
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Digit Training Settings Page
Tap Voice Commander Settings and then the Digit Training tab. This
function trains a set of personal voice model to increase accuracy in
recognition for users with heavier accents.
: Voice tag is built.
: Current digit to be recorded.
Check “Use adapted model” to use
the model tailor made for you with
better recognition ability.
Record Button: Start
recording the assigned digit.
Cancel Button: Cancel
recording.
Remove All Button: Delete
all voice tags.
There are 10 sets of built-in 6-digit numbers that you have to recite. The
steps are as follows:
Record Button. When you hear a beep, start reciting the
1. Tap
displayed numbers.
2. After reciting, the system plays the numbers you just recited so that you
can check if it is correct.
3. If correct, please tap Yes and the system prompts you to continue reciting
the next set of numbers for recording.
4. If it is necessary to recite these numbers again, tap No and then recite
again.
Cancel Button to cancel the recording
5. While recording, you can tap
for this number.
Remove
6. If you are not satisfied with the sound recorded before, tap
All Button and the system will delete all recorded sounds. Please record
again.
7. After recording 10 sets of numbers, the system will tell you that the voice
model is already built.
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Tips
As long as you have completed recording, then you can check “Use
adapted model” to use the personal model tailored made for you. It is
recommended that you recite all 10 sets of numbers so the adaptation
effect is more obvious. If you do not want to use the adapted model, then
just uncheck “Use adapted model.”
If you have trained 10 sets of number as 1 set of voice model, the system
will show that all numbers are already recorded when you run this
function. If some of the numbers are not yet recorded, the system returns
to where it stopped the last time to let you continue with the unfinished
portion.
You can also tap
Remove All Button and the system will delete the
last voice model trained and let you train a new model.
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Advanced Settings Page
The Sensitivity setting is for voice recognition. The “Length of phone
number” setting specifies the maximum number of digits that can be entered
as the phone number. These settings will improve recognition accuracy.
Sensitive: When you use this
setting, the voice recognition
system is not as strict while
performing voice recognition tasks,
in other words, under this setting
the system will respond to your
voice most of the time and you
won’t have many non-responsive
situations. You should set the
system to Sensitive when in
continually noisy environments, for
example when on a train or in a
factory, etc.
Normal: Normal is the default setting and is best for the average
environment.
Accurate: Under the Accurate setting, the system is more strict when
performing voice pattern matching. Recognition errors are less likely to
occur when you set the system to Accurate.
There are three fields in this screen, you can set different lengths in the
three fields respectively, or you may select None and ignore this setting.
The system default settings are 3, 7, and 10, this means that in Digital Dial
your system will recognize telephone numbers of 3, 7, and 10 digits in
length.
If you check No constraint, the system will not constrain the length of the
telephone number that you input, any length of from 1 to 18 digits will be
accepted.
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FAQ
Question: I want to make a call to my friend Andy Miller, but I’m tired of
reading manuals. What do I need to know if I just want to
make phone calls?
Answer: Make sure you have Andy Miller’s name and phone number in the
contact database. Press the Voice Commander Button, and say
“Call Andy Miller.” The system will guide you through it.
Question: I added a new contact but it is not recognized.
Answer:
1. The system only recognizes English words and characters or digits. Any
symbols or marks will be ignored. However you can still make a voice tag
for these items.
2. When the number of contacts exceeds 1,000 entries, the system will not
recognize the excessive entries, until activated manually by the user.
3. To have a look at the status of the contact’s voice command attributes,
please go to the Contacts setting page in Voice Commander Settings.
Question: I recorded a voice tag for my friend last month, but I forgot
what I recorded. Do I need to redo the recording?
Answer: No! Just tap Voice Commander Settings, the Contacts tab, select
the contact, and then tap
Play Button.
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Question: I performed digit training today, but I found that the accuracy
is worse than before, what do I do now?
Answer: You can retry the digit training again in a “quiet” place. And if it
still doesn’t help, disable the adapted model and use the default one.
To disable the adapted model, tap Voice Commander Settings, the
Digit Trainer tab, and then uncheck “Use adapted model.” Or just
tap
Remove All Button to remove the model. It will save you
some memory this way.
Question: I accidentally activated Voice Commander, how can I abort
it?
Answer: Say “Goodbye.”
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Item
Operating
Specifications /
Description
Windows Mobile™ 5.0 software for Pocket PCs
system
Processor
Samsung S3C 2440, 400 MHz
Memory
128 MB Flash ROM, 64 MB SDRAM
Display
2.8", 240 x 320, 65,536 colors TFT LCD
Communication
GSM Quad band 850/900/1800/1900 MHz
GPRS Class B, Multi-slot 10
Bluetooth V 1.2
Wireless LAN IEEE 802.11b
Expansion slot
SDIO / SD / MMC
Camera
Built-in 1.3 Mega Pixels, Up to 1280 x 960 Resolution
Interface/Audio
Built-in microphone and speaker, external stereo
headset jack
Interface/Data
USB Sync, headset jack, Cradle with 2nd battery
charger
Power supply
Battery: 1440 mAh Li-Ion, rechargeable, replaceable
AC Adapter: 100~240 VAC/50~60 Hz, 5V/2A DC
Environmental
Daily operation: 0°c ~ 40°c; storage: -10°c ~ 50°c
temperature
Environmental
45% ~ 85%
humidity
Dimensions
111.7 x 60.7x 22 mm (LxWxH), 165 g including battery
Optional
Battery pack, Car charger, Portable keyboard,
accessories
Bluetooth® GPS Kit, Bluetooth® Headset
Specifications
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Regulation Notice and Safety
Declaration /
SAR Information
Read this manual carefully before using.
Warning: Reduced electromagnetic waves, please use properly.
USA
Max. SAR Measurement (1 g)
GSM 900 MHz: 0.763 W/kg
DCS 1800 MHz: 0.17 W/kg
European
Union
Max. SAR Measurement (10 g)
GSM 900 MHz: 0.526 W/kg
DCS 1800 MHz: 0.103 W/kg
WLAN
802.11b 2450 MHz: 0.071 W/kg
Regulation Notice and Safety Declaration
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Health and Safety Information
Electrical and Battery Safety
♥
Use only the AC adapter provided with this product. Do not use similar
items from other products. The provided AC adapter is for use with this
product only. Do not use it for other electrical products.
♥
Follow the specifications of the battery manufacturer: Avoid charging
the battery when the environmental temperature is higher than 45ºC. Do
not store or use the battery when the environmental temperature is
higher than 50ºC. Otherwise, battery expansion or leakage may occur.
♥
Do not attempt to disassemble, pound, pierce or damage the battery to
avoid causing injury, danger or risk.
Application Environment Safety
♥
♥
♥
♥
♥
Do not directly expose the Pocket PC to any of the following
environments: rapid changes of temperature, high temperature (such as
direct exposure to sunlight or stoves), extremely low temperature, high
pressure, areas with electrostatic discharge interference or dusty and
humid places. Do not soak or wet the Pocket PC with water or any other
liquid.
Do not place the Pocket PC near electrical appliances (such as TVs,
computers, scanners, disc players, faxes, hair dryers, etc.) that may
generate electrostatic discharge interference.
Never drop the Pocket PC nor subject it to strong impact.
Do not use ordinary pen or any object with a sharp tip to tap the Pocket
PC cover or screen (LCD panel) to avoid damaging and scratching the
surfaces.
Do not use corrosive or volatile liquids to wipe the Pocket PC. If
necessary, use a soft cloth or tissue to wipe the Pocket PC.
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Warranty Security
♥
♥
In case the Pocket PC is damaged, kindly return it to your place of
purchase. Do not attempt to disassemble this device on your own as this
may void the warranty.
If any hazards result from the failure of the user to comply with usage
rules, we will not be held responsible for any resulting warranty claims.
Data Security
♥
This company is not responsible for any data loss or damage to the
Pocket PC due to improper use. Record important data in your notebook
separately or use the USB accessories that come with this product to
save important data to your computer or storage card.
Privacy Restrictions
♥
Some countries require full disclosure of recorded telephone
conversations, and stipulate that you must inform the person with whom
you are speaking that the conversation is being recorded. Always obey
the relevant laws and regulations of your country when using the
rewording feature of your Pocket PC Phone.
IMPORTANT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
♥
When using this product, the safety precautions below must be taken to
offset possible legal liabilities and damages.
Safety in airports, medical facilities, and inflammable environments
♥
When you are on a plane, in a medical facility or at a gas station where
wireless communications devices are not allowed and must be turned off,
please go to Wireless Manager and select the ALL OFF Button to turn
off your Pocket PC’s mobile phone, Bluetooth, and wireless LAN
functions. By pressing the “Power Button” on the top of the Pocket PC,
you only turn off the display.
Regulation Notice and Safety Declaration
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Safety In Aircrafts
♥
Due to the possible interference caused by this product to an aircraft's
navigation system and its communications network, using this product
on board an airplane is against the law in most country.
Interference With Medical Equipment Functions
♥
This product may cause medical equipment to malfunction. The use of
this device is forbidden in most hospitals and medical clinics.
Environment Restrictions
♥
Do not use this product in gas or refueling stations. The use of this
product is also prohibited in fuel storehouse, chemical plants, and
locations containing explosives.
Safety For Environments
♥
Do not use this product in gas station, fuel depots, chemical plants or
where blasting operations are in progress, or in potentially explosive
atmospheres such as fueling areas, below deck on boats, fuel or
chemical transfer or storage facilities, and areas where the air contains
chemicals or particles, such as grain, dust, or Mattel powders. Please be
aware that Sparks in such areas could cause an explosion or fire
resulting in badly injury or even death.
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Explosive Atmospheres
♥
When in any area with a potentially explosive atmosphere or where
flammable materials exist, the product should be turned off and user
should obey all signs and instructions. Sparks in such areas could cause
an explosion or resulting in bally injury or even death. Users are advised
not to use the equipment at refueling points such as service or gas
stations. Users are reminded of the need to observe restrictions on the
use of radio equipment in fuel depots, chemical plants or where blasting
operations are in progress. Areas with a potentially explosive
atmosphere are often, but not always, clearly marked. These include
fueling areas, below desk on boats, fuel or chemical transfer or storage
facilities, and areas where the air contains chemicals or particles, such as
grain, dust, or metal powders.
Nonionizing Radiation
♥
This product should be operated in the suggested normal condition only
to ensure the radioactive performance and safety of the interference. As
with other mobile radio transmitting equipments, user are advised that
for satisfactory operation of the equipment and for the safety of
personnel, it is recommended that no part of the human body be allowed
to come too close to the antenna during operation of the equipment.
Road Safety
♥
Vehicle drivers in motion are not permitted to use telephone service with
handheld devices, except in case of emergency. In some countries, using
hand-free devices as an alterative is allowed.
Regulation Notice and Safety Declaration
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FAQ /
1. What features does the Pocket PC have?
Answer:
Built-in 802.11b wireless networking module.
The built-in camera module’s sensitization, filming quality are better than
other brands of Pocket PC in the same class.
The latest Microsoft Windows Mobile 5.0 operating system, with all its
settings stored on a Flash ROM. You won’t have to worry about losing
your data even if the Pocket PC runs completely out of power. The
extra-large Flash memory space is capable of storing a large amount of
personal data and application programs.
2. How do I configure the wireless network? And how do I connect to
the Internet?
Answer: Wireless Manager will assist you in managing your Bluetooth
devices, GSM mobile devices, and your wireless networks.
When you purchase credit points for connection to the Internet via a
wireless connection, you will be given an IP address, DNS name server
address, Proxy server, connection port number, and network key
information, you will need this information to successfully connect to the
Internet. Sometimes corporate networks may need additional information,
please contact your company’s network administrator for details. If you
are using your wireless network for the first time, please refer to the
“Configure your Wireless Network” section and set the necessary
configurations.
In
general, you can activate the wireless connection by tapping the
icon in Wireless Manager. When your Pocket PC detects and connects to
a available wireless network, a
icon will appear on the top of your
screen, this means that your Pocket PC has successfully connected with a
network hotspot (Access Point). At this time, the indicator on the upper
left of your pocket PC will flash orange.
FAQ
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3. My Pocket PC cannot boot. What should I do about it?
Answer:
Make sure the Pocket PC battery you use still has enough power.
Plug your Pocket PC into the charger cradle, and make sure the red
charging indicator lights up. Press the “Power Button.”
If you have done the above but your Pocket PC still cannot boot, proceed
with the following step: Remove the Pocket PC back cover, and check the
battery lock is in place. If not, the system cannot be started.
4. My Pocket PC has a screen freeze or the system does not respond.
What should I do about it?
Answer:
You may reset your Pocket PC. It means to re-start the whole system to
release unnecessary resources so that the system can return to normal.
If you have reset your Pocket PC but it still cannot operate normally, then
you need to carry out a cold boot to solve this problem.
How to carry out a cold boot: Press and hold the “Power Button” with one
hand, and use the stylus tip to press the “Reset Button” with the other hand.
Release the “Power Button” and the “Reset Button” at the same time. If
you answer “Yes” to the two questions displayed after a cold boot.
(Erase all data and load default? Delete registry only?) The programs
installed by yourself, self-made settings, and self-made data (e.g.,
“Contacts” and “Calendar”) will disappear. And return to their
default settings.
As a result, we suggest you copy your data to the SD card. Data stored in
the storage card will not vanish because of a cold boot. Or you can
synchronize the data on your Pocket PC with your desktop computer.
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5. Why doesn’t my Pocket PC make any sound?
Answer:
Tap the speaker icon
on the top right of the screen, then select the
volume control options, or adjust the volume of the incoming call sound.
Alternatively, you may use the volume control key on the side of your
Pocket PC by pushing it up or down to control the volume.
6. Why does my Pocket PC screen automatically become dark?
Answer: Tap
, Settings, the System tab, Backlight, and then the
Battery power or the External power tab. You may find that if you use
battery power, the backlight automatically shuts down after 30 seconds by
default; the external power shuts down after 1 minute by default. If you
think these times are too short, you may extend them as needed.
7. When I want to open a program or file, a warning message “Not
enough memory” pops up. What should I do about it?
Answer: Because your Pocket PC’s memory is shared by storage memory
and program memory, the following methods are available. You may
choose the one that works best for you.
Remove the programs you installed or that are not frequently used to
release program memory space.
Delete data that is not used frequently or unnecessary to release storage
memory space.
FAQ
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8. The characters on the screen are too small to read. How can I
enlarge them?
Answer: Tap
, Settings, the System tab, Screen, and then the Text
size tab. You may adjust the text size as you wish. Also, you may select the
landscape orientation in the General tab screen. Try and change them so
that you can read more smoothly.
9. The contact point of my stylus is not quite precise. What should I do
about it?
Answer: Align the screen in place, and the touch screen can respond to the
operation of your stylus more precisely. The following two ways will bring
you into the touch screen calibration mode.
Tap
, Settings, the System tab, Screen, and then Align Screen
Button.
Simultaneously press the
on the bottom-left of the Pocket PC and the
round execution button in the center of the navigation pad.
10. The hardware buttons of my Pocket PC doesn’t make any
response or calls a wrong program. What should I do about it?
Answer: Tap
, Settings, the Personal tab, and then Buttons. Check
each button for correct setup.
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11. My Pocket PC's Activesync cannot be executed or make a
connection. What should I do about it?
Answer:
Make sure you have installed the latest version Activesync 4.0. The CD
accompanying the product contains the software. If you have lost the CD,
you may download it from the Microsoft Website.
Make sure the charger cradle as well as the USB cable provided along with
the product are already connected up to your PC end.
Make sure you are not executing another program that uses the same serial
port you selected for operation during installation.
If your Activesync is still not working, remove the Activesync software at
the PC end and install it once again.
FAQ
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First Version:
Current Version:
Number:
October 2005
October 2005, Version 1
20050930
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