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Samsung i780 User`s guide
Pocket PC phone
SGH-i780
User’s Guide
Table of contents
CHAPTER 1
Getting started
What’s in the box? . . . . . . . .
Getting to know your phone. .
Installing the SIM card . . . . .
Installing the battery. . . . . . .
Charging your phone. . . . . . .
Switching the phone on or off.
Conserving battery power . . .
CHAPTER 2
CHAPTER 3
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Using the Today screen . . . . . .
Customising your phone . . . . .
Searching for items. . . . . . . . .
Using an optional memory card
Adding and removing programs
Resetting your phone . . . . . . .
Managing memory . . . . . . . . .
Managing certificates . . . . . . .
Using online help . . . . . . . . . .
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Entering text using the input panel .
Writing on the screen . . . . . . . . . .
Drawing on the screen . . . . . . . . .
Entering text using the keyboard . .
Recording a message . . . . . . . . . .
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The basics
Entering information
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Table of contents
CHAPTER 4
Synchronising information
Installing ActiveSync . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Customising connection settings . . . . .
Connecting your phone to a computer .
Synchronising information . . . . . . . . .
Customising synchronisation settings .
CHAPTER 5
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Message and Internet
Messaging . . . . .
Internet Explorer
Opera Browser . .
RSS Reader . . . .
Podcasts . . . . . .
CHAPTER 7
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Call functions
Entering your PIN . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Checking you are connected . . . . . .
Turning the phone functions off or on
Making a call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Advanced calling features . . . . . . . .
Answering or rejecting a call . . . . . .
Adjusting the ringer volume . . . . . . .
Options during a call . . . . . . . . . . . .
Call-related features . . . . . . . . . . . .
Customising your phone functions . .
CHAPTER 6
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Organiser
Contacts
Calendar
Notes . .
Tasks . .
Alarms .
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Table of contents
CHAPTER 8
Multimedia
Camera . . . . . . . . . . .
Windows Media Player .
Mini player . . . . . . . . .
Video Player. . . . . . . .
Media Album . . . . . . .
Photo Slides . . . . . . . .
CHAPTER 9
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Beaming with Bluetooth. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting to an FTP server . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting to a computer via USB . . . . . . .
Using Internet Sharing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting to the Internet or your network .
Using high speed connections via Wi-Fi . . . .
Setting up Wi-Fi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Extra programs
Games . . . . . . . . . . .
Java . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Calculator . . . . . . . . .
Smart Converter. . . . .
Excel Mobile . . . . . . . .
Word Mobile . . . . . . . .
PowerPoint Mobile. . . .
OneNote Mobile . . . . .
File Explorer. . . . . . . .
Task Manager. . . . . . .
External GPS . . . . . . .
GPS . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SIM Application Toolkit
CHAPTER 10
Getting connected
3
Table of contents
CHAPTER 11
Troubleshooting
General problems . . . . . . . . .
Call problems . . . . . . . . . . . .
Power and charging problems
Program problems . . . . . . . .
CHAPTER 12
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SAR certification information . . . . . . . . .
European union notice. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Important safety information . . . . . . . . .
Safety precautions for power supply unit .
Care and maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Microsoft End User License Agreement . .
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Regulatory notices
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Important safety precautions
Read these guidelines before using your wireless phone.
Failure to comply with them may be dangerous or illegal.
Drive safely at all times
Do not use a hand-held phone while driving; park your
vehicle first.
Switching off when refuelling
Do not use the phone at a refuelling point (service station)
or near fuels or chemicals.
Switching off in an aircraft
Wireless phones can cause interference. Using them in an
aircraft is both illegal and dangerous.
Switching off near all medical equipment
Switch your phone off near medical equipment. Hospitals
or health care facilities may be using equipment that could
be sensitive to external RF energy. Follow any regulations
or rules in force.
Interference
All wireless phones may be subject to interference, which
could affect their performance.
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Special regulations
Meet any special regulations in force in any area and
always switch off your phone whenever it is forbidden to
use it, or when it may cause interference or danger (in a
hospital for example).
Water resistance
Your phone is not water-resistant. Keep it dry.
Sensible use
Use only in the normal position (held to your ear). Avoid
unnecessary contact with the antenna when the phone is
switched on.
Emergency call
Key in the emergency number for your present location,
then press
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accurately as possible. Do not end the call until given
permission to do so.
Keeping small children away from your phone
Keep the phone and all its parts including accessories out of
reach of small children.
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Accessories and batteries
Use only Samsung-approved batteries and accessories
such as headsets and PC data cables. Use of any
unauthorised accessories could damage you or your phone
and may be dangerous.
CAUTION:
• RISK OF EXPLOSION IF A BATTERY IS REPLACED BY AN
INCORRECT TYPE.
• DISPOSE OF USED BATTERIES ACCORDING TO THE
INSTRUCTIONS.
At very high volumes, prolonged listening to a
headset can damage your hearing.
Qualified service
Only qualified service personnel may repair your phone.
For more detailed safety information, see “Important safety
information” on page 205.
7
1
Getting started
Congratulations on the purchase of your new Pocket PC
Phone! This chapter helps you set up your phone, charge
the phone’s batteries, and familiarise yourself with the
different components of your phone.
What’s in the box?
Your package contains the following items:
• Handset
• Battery
• Travel adapter
• CD-ROM*
• Quick Reference Guide
• PC data cable
* CD-ROM contains Microsoft ActiveSync software, Add-on software, and
applications.
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Getting started
In addition, you can obtain the following accessories for
your phone from your local Samsung dealer:
• PC link CD
• PC data cable
• Travel adapter
• Desktop charger
• Straight headset
• Memory card (microSD)
• Car charger/adapter
• Stylus pen
• Simple hands-free car kit
• Standard battery
Note: The items supplied with your phone and the accessories
available at your Samsung dealer may vary, depending
on your country or service provider.
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Getting started
Getting to know your phone
Front view
Front camera
lens
LED indicator
Earpiece
Touch screen
Volume keys
Start menu
key
RESET key
Left soft key
Trackpad
Close/Task
Manager key
Right soft key
End/Phone lock key
Send/
Speakerphone key
Built in Full
keyboard
Mouthpiece
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Getting started
Rear view
Stylus pen
Power on/off key
Multi-function
jack
Speaker
Rear camera lens
Memory card slot
Battery cover
Mini player/
Camera key
Keys of your phone
Key
Description
• Press and hold to turn on or off your phone’s
power.
• Press to activate or deactivate Sleep mode.
Press to perform the command shown on the
screen immediately above the key.
Press to open the Start menu from any
application.
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Getting started
Key
Description
• Drag your finger across the key to move the
cursor.
• Press to confirm your selection or execute
the selected application.
• Press to close the current application.
• Press and hold to open the Task Manager.
• Press to open the Dialling screen.
• Press to make or answer a call.
• Press and hold to activate the speakerphone
feature during a call.
• Press to end a call.
• Press to return the display to the Today
screen.
• Press and hold to lock the phone.
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Press to enter numbers, characters, and
symbols.
Press to delete characters.
Press to use characters on the upper half of
the keys in a text input field for once.
• Press to confirm your selection or input.
• Press to start a new line in a text input field.
Press to change case in a text input field.
Press to enter special Alphabet in Unicode that
are used for languages other than English.
Press and hold to activate or deactivate the
Vibrate mode from the Today screen.
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Getting started
Key
Description
Press to open the Messaging program.
• Press to use the GPS program. This button
may not be available depending on your
country.
• Press and hold to open the Data call
manager screen.
• Press to adjust the system volume.
• Press to adjust the voice volume during a
call.
• Press to mute the call ringer when a call
comes in.
• Press to open the Mini player program.
• Press and hold to turn on the camera.
• Press to take a photo in Camera mode or
record a video in Camcorder mode.
Using a stylus pen
Your phone’s main screen is a touch screen, which lets you
just touch on the screen to select items or command the
phone to perform specific functions.
Pull the stylus pen out of the stylus pen holder. When you
are not using the stylus pen, insert it back into the stylus
pen holder.
Stylus pen
holder
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Getting started
Use the stylus pen to:
Tap: Softly touch the screen once with the stylus pen to
select or execute an application or command. Tapping
works like a mouse click on a computer.
Drag: Hold the stylus pen on the screen and drag it across
the screen to select several items or text, or move a
progress bar or scroll bar.
Tap-and-hold: Tap and hold the stylus pen on an item to
see a list of actions available for that item. Tap the action
you want to perform on the pop-up menu that appears.
Note: To prevent scratches, do not use an actual pen, pencil
or other sharp objects to tap or write on the screen.
Installing the SIM card
When you subscribe to a cellular network, you are provided
with a plug-in SIM card loaded with your subscription
details, such as your PIN, any optional services available,
and many others details. For 3G services, you can purchase
a USIM (Universal Subscriber Identity Module) card.
• Keep all miniature SIM cards out of the reach of small
children.
• The SIM card and its contacts can be easily damaged by
scratches or bending, so be careful when handling,
inserting, or removing the card.
• When you insert or remove the SIM card, always make
sure that the phone’s power is switched off.
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Getting started
Inserting the SIM card
1. Remove the battery cover.
2. Insert the SIM card, as shown, ensuring that the goldcoloured contacts of the card are face down.
Continue to install the battery. See “Installing the
battery.”
Removing the SIM card
To remove the SIM card, slide the card out of the holder.
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Installing the battery
Your phone is powered by a rechargeable Li-ion battery.
Use only approved batteries and travel adapters. Ask your
local Samsung dealer for further details.
Installing the battery
1. Remove the battery cover.
2. Insert the battery into the battery compartment, as
shown.
Make sure that the battery is securely locked before
switching the phone on.
3. Reattach the battery cover.
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Removing the battery
1. If necessary, switch off the phone by pressing and
holding
until the power-off image displays.
2. Remove the battery cover.
3. Lift the battery away from the phone.
Charging your phone
While charging your phone, the Charging icon (
on the status bar of the screen.
) displays
Using the travel adapter
1. Plug the connector of the travel adapter into the right
side of the phone.
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2. Plug the adapter into a standard AC power outlet.
3. When charging is finished, unplug the adapter from the
AC power outlet.
4. Remove the travel adapter from the phone.
Note: Do not remove the battery while charging. It may
cause malfunctions and may damage the phone.
Switching the phone on or off
Press and hold
on the top of the phone to turn on your
phone. The phone is logged into your home network and
receives the signal from the network. You can now make or
answer a call and use programs on the phone.
When you turn on the phone’s power for the first time or
after you perform a hard reset, you are guided through the
alignment process and setting the time and date.
To turn off the phone, press and hold
.
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Conserving battery power
You can conserve power by the following methods:
• Switch to Sleep mode by pressing
. The phone will
turn off the display and stop the CPU operation.
Note: You can deactivate Sleep mode by pressing
or
any key depending on the Wake Up Button
setting. To change the setting, from the Start
menu, tap Settings → Personal tab → Wake
Up Button.
• Adjust the power settings and backlight settings. For
details, see “Adjusting the power settings” and
“Adjusting the backlight settings.”
• Close multiple applications running on your phone.
Multitasking will consume your battery faster and can
cause your phone’s system to react slowly.
Note: Closing multimedia applications, such as camera or
Media player, allows your phone to recover some of
its battery.
Low battery warning
Your phone displays the Main Battery Low icon ( ) and a
warning message when the battery gets low. If this
happens, charge the battery.
When the battery gets very low, the phone turns off the
backlight to reduce the power consumption.
If the phone is nearly out of battery power, it shows the
“Main Battery Very Low” message.
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Adjusting the power settings
You can conserve battery power by adjusting the Power
settings. During standby, the phone goes to Sleep mode
after a specified period of time of inactivity, so very little
power is being consumed. This helps to preserve program
and data stored in the RAM.
A lower setting increases the usable battery time. A higher
setting decreases the usable battery time and allocates it
for standby usage.
To adjust the power settings:
1. From the Start menu, tap Settings → System tab →
Power.
2. Select the power settings:
In the Battery tab, check the remaining amount of
battery power.
In the Advanced tab, set whether or not the phone
switches to Sleep mode after the specific period of time
when the phone is inactive and the main battery is being
used as the power source, or when connected to an
external power.
In the LCD Off tab, set the length of time the display
stays on after a call is established. After the specified
time, the display turns off.
3. Tap
.
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Adjusting the backlight settings
You can turn off or on the backlight of the screen to reduce
the power consumption.
To adjust the backlight settings:
1. From the Start menu, tap Settings → System tab →
Backlight.
2. Select the backlight settings:
In the Battery Power tab, set whether or not the
phone turns off the backlight automatically, if the phone
is not used for the specified period of time.
In the External Power tab, set whether or not the
phone turns off the backlight automatically, if the phone
is not used for the specified period of time, when
connected to an external power.
In the Keyboard tab, set whether or not the keypad
backlight turns off automatically, if the phone is not
used for the specified period of time. You can also set
the keypad backlight to turn off in daytime.
In the Brightness tab, select the brightness level.
3. Tap
.
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The basics
This chapter explains basic information about using your
phone, such as customising your phone and using online
help.
Using the Today screen
You will see the Today screen when you first turn on your
phone’s power. You can also display it by tapping Start →
Today from any application.
On the Today screen, you can see important information for
the day, such as the current date and time, unread
messages, and for your phone, at a glance.
Status bar
On the top line of the screen, the status bar displays icons
to show your phone’s current status. The following icons
may appear:
Icon
Description
Shows the battery status:
• : Main battery is full.
• : Main battery is very low.
• : Main battery is charging.
Adjusts the levels of the system volume and
the ringer volume. You can also turn the sound
off or switch to Vibration mode.
appears. If you select
If you select Off,
Vibrate,
appears.
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Icon
Description
Appears when GPRS network is available.
When a GPRS connection is active,
appears.
Appears when EDGE network is available.
When an EDGE connection is active,
appears.
Appears when you are roaming outside of your
home area and logged onto a different
network.
Appears when UMTS network is available.
When a UMTS connection is active,
appears.
Appears when HSDPA network is available.
When an HSDPA connection is active,
appears.
To deactivate the HSDPA connection, from the
Start menu, tap Settings → Connections tab
→ HSDPA → Disable.
Appears when a Wi-Fi connection is available.
Shows the signal strength. Tapping this icon
shows the network connection status:
• : You are outside a service area or in a
limited service area.
• : The phone functions are turned off.
Appears when there is a reminder. Tap this icon
to show a reminder.
Appears when you are outside a service area.
When it appears, you cannot make or receive
calls. When the SIM card is not installed in your
phone, this icon is greyed and
appears.
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Icon
Description
Appears when a connection with a computer is
active. When you tap this icon, a pop-up
message shows the connection to your
computer is on and customise the connection
settings.
Appears when synchronisation is processing.
You can view the following icons depending on
the network type:
• : synchronisation in the GPRS network.
• : synchronisation in the EDGE network.
Appears when connection with another device
or a network is inactive.
Appears when a device attempts to access the
phone via Bluetooth.
Appears when a device sends data to the
phone via Bluetooth.
Appears when Bluetooth headset is connected
to the phone.
Appears when a new SMS message has been
received.
Appears when a new e-mail message has been
received.
Appears when a new MMS message has been
received.
Appears when a new voice mail message has
been received.
Appears when a voice call is in progress.
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Icon
Description
Appears when a data call is in progress.
Appears when there is a call you have missed.
Tap to view the details of the missed call.
Appears when there is a call on hold.
Appears when more status icons need to be
displayed than there is room to display them.
Tap to view all of status icons.
Appears when your phone has some problems
or something to tell you. Tap to show a
command.
Using Today screen shortcut icons
On the Today screen, the shortcut icons on the left side of
the display allow you to access to popular menus.
•
: You can view current appointments and create a
new appointment in Calendar. You can also set the
time in Clock & Alarms.
•
: You can access the contact list and create a new
contact in Contacts. You can also set the contacts
to be displayed under Key Contacts.
•
: You can access a call log list.
•
: You can create a mew message or view received
messages.
•
: You can set your favourite menus.
•
: You can access stored web sites.
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Accessing information from the Today
screen
From the Today screen, you can view:
• the current time and date
• the status of the network connection or Bluetooth
• photo contacts
• unread SMS or MMS messages
• tasks that need to be completed
• upcoming appointments
• the phone lock status
For more information on changing the items displayed, see
“Customising the Today screen information.”
Customising the Today screen
You can customise the Today screen according to your
preferences.
Changing the background image
1. From the Start menu, tap Settings → Personal tab →
Today → Appearance tab.
2. Select a theme for the background.
To use your own background image, tap the Use this
picture as the background check box and tap
Browse to locate the file you want. Choose a folder and
a file type. Then tap the image you want to use.
3. Tap
.
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Customising the Today screen information
1. From the Start menu, tap Settings → Personal tab →
Today.
2. In the Items tab:
• clear a check box to remove its information from the
Today screen.
• select an item and tap Move Up or Move Down to
change its position.
• tap Options... to customise the further information on
tasks and calendar.
3. Tap
.
Changing the clock type
If you deactivate the shortcut icons and select Clock when
customising the Today screen, the clock appears on the
Today screen.
1. On the Today screen, tap and hold the clock.
2. Tap Options...
3. Select a clock type in the Clock field.
When you set a digital clock, you can display the dual
clock and change a time format, 12 hours or 24 hours.
4. Tap
.
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Setting up photo contacts
If you deactivate shortcut icons and select Photo Contacts
when customising the Today screen, you can display caller
ID images for contacts to make calls or send messages
directly from the Today screen.
To set up a photo contact:
1. On the Today screen, tap Tap here to set photo
contacts.
2. Tap Add...
3. Select a contact with a caller ID image.
4. Tap
.
To use photo contacts:
On the Today screen, tap the photo contact you want. You
can also tap and hold the photo contact and select another
action for the contact number.
Changing the colour of Today screen
1. From the Start menu, tap Settings → Personal tab →
Theme.
2. Select the theme and text colour for the Today screen.
To use your own background image, clear the Use
default image check box and tap Browse to locate the
file you want.
3. Tap
to save the screen.
4. Tap Yes.
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Customising your phone
You can customise the phone settings to suit the way you
work.
Regional settings
You can change region, number, currency, and time and
date formats appropriate to the countries in question.
Note: For details about using Regional Settings, see the online
help.
From the Start menu, tap Settings → System tab →
Regional Settings.
Tap the tabs at the bottom of the screen and select the
option you want in each field. The items available are
determined by the region selected on the Region tab.
Time and date settings
You can check and set the time manually.
1. From the Start menu, tap Settings → System tab →
Clock & Alarms → Time tab.
2. Select your time zone from the drop-down list.
3. Tap the hour, minutes, or seconds, then tap the up or
down arrow to change the time setting.
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Notes:
• You can change the time and date format in Regional
Settings.
• You can set the current time to be displayed on the status
bar while using other applications by selecting Display the
clock on the title bar in all programs in the More tab.
4. Tap the down arrow in the date field to display a
calendar.
5. Tap a day on the calendar to select the current date.
You can tap the left or right arrow at the top of the
calendar to move backward or forward through the
calendar.
6. Tap
.
7. Tap Yes to save your time and date settings.
You can set the time and date for a location you are visiting
by selecting the Visiting option.
Time update setting
You can select a mode for updating the time and date when
you travel abroad.
1. From the Start menu, tap Settings → System tab →
Clock & Alarms → More tab.
2. Select an option from the Time zone updating field.
• Manual only: you can select the time zone and set
the time and date manually in Clock & Alarms.
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• Automatic: your phone will receive time information
from the network and automatically update the
current time for the country that you are in when you
travel abroad.
• Prompt first: your phone will read the MCC (Mobile
Country Code) from the network and ask you if you
want to update the time zone. When you select Yes,
the phone will automatically update the current time
for the country that you are in when you travel abroad.
Note: Time information may not be updated when you
move to one time zone to another within a country.
3.Tap
.
Owner information
Owner information identifies the owner or user of the
phone. Name, company, address, phone number, e-mail
address, and note information fields are available.
1. From the Start menu, tap Settings → Personal tab →
Owner Information.
2. In the Identification tab, enter the user’s information.
3. If you want to attach notes, tap the Notes tab and enter
notes.
4. Tap
.
Note: You can display the owner information or notes, or both
when you are back from Sleep mode or when you turn
on the phone’s power. In the Options tab, tap the item
you want.
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Error reporting setting
Your phone has the Error Reporting function which informs
you of errors in a program that can give a crash to the
phone system. You can enable or disable this function.
1. From the Start menu, tap Settings → System tab →
Error Reporting.
2. Select Enable error reporting or Disable error
reporting.
3. Tap
.
Phone lock setting
With the phone lock setting, you can protect your phone
from unauthorised use.
Automatic phone lock setting
You can assign a security password to lock your phone.
Once a password setting is enabled, the password is
required each time you access the password setting option,
wake up your phone, reboot the system, or synchronise
information using ActiveSync.
To set the password:
1. From the Start menu, tap Settings → Personal tab →
Lock → Password tab.
2. Tap the Prompt if device unused for check box and
select the length of time of inactivity the phone waits
before asking you for the password.
You can choose from 0 minute to 24 hours.
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3. Select a password type in the Password type field.
4. Enter a password in the Password field.
5. Re-enter the password in the Confirm field.
6. If necessary, tap the Hint tab and enter a password hint
in case you forget your password.
7. Tap
.
8. When a confirmation message displays, tap Yes.
Manual phone lock setting
When your phone is locked, you cannot tap the screen and
press any key, except for
.
To lock the phone, tap Device unlocked or press and hold
on the Today screen.
To unlock the phone, tap Unlock on the Today screen and
then tap Unlock.
Sound and notification settings
Your phone reminds you in various ways when you have
something to do, receive an incoming call or message, tap
the screen, or press the buttons on the phone. For
example, if you’ve set up an appointment in Calendar, or
an alarm in Clock & Alarms, you are notified in any of the
following ways:
• A message box appears on the screen.
• A sound, which you can specify, is played.
• The LED indicator flashes.
• Your phone vibrates.
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To choose reminder types and sounds:
1. From the Start menu, tap Settings → Personal tab →
Sounds & Notifications.
2. Choose the options. The options you choose here apply
throughout the phone.
In the Sounds tab, select the actions for which you
want to hear sounds.
In the Notifications tab, set the notifications for
different events.
3. Tap
.
Notes:
• You can adjust the system volume by tapping
on the
status bar and then move the slider under the
icon.
• You can switch to Vibration mode by tapping
on the status
.
bar and select Vibrate. You can also press and hold
Screen realignment
When you turn on your phone’s power for the first time,
you are guided through the alignment process. Realign
your screen if:
• your phone does not respond accurately to your screen
taps.
• you perform a hard reset of your phone.
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To realign the screen:
1. From the Start menu, tap Settings → System tab →
Screen → Alignment tab.
2. Tap Align Screen to begin the realignment process.
3. Tap the cross-hair object as it appears at each location.
Be precise when you tap the cross-hair object.
4. Tap
.
Text size setting
You can change the font size to be displayed on the screen.
To change the font size:
1. From the Start menu, tap Settings → System tab →
Screen → Text Size tab.
2. Select a size.
3. Tap
.
Note: To display vivid fonts on the screen, tap ClearType tab
and select the Enable ClearType check box.
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Application button settings
Customising the application buttons allows you to associate
different applications with the programmable buttons on
your phone.
To reassign a button:
1. From the Start menu, tap Settings → Personal tab →
Buttons → Program Buttons tab.
2. Tap the button you want to reassign.
3. Select the application you want to assign to the selected
button from the Assign a program drop-down list.
4. Tap
.
Tap the Up/Down Control tab to adjust the delay and
repeat rates of the Up/Down control.
For details, see the online help.
Customer feedback setting
You can join the Customer Experience Improvement
program by sending some feedback about how you are
using Windows Mobile products. This helps identify trends
and usage patterns to improve future versions of products.
To send the feedback:
1. From the Start menu, tap Settings → System tab →
Customer Feedback.
2. Select Send Feedback.
3. Tap
.
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Windows update setting
Microsoft provides updates for Windows operating system
software and Windows-based hardware to keep your phone
up-to-date and help protect against known security
threats. Using Windows Update, you can download critical
and security-related updates you need from the Microsoft
website.
1. From the Start menu, tap Settings → System tab →
Windows Update.
2. Tap Next.
3. Select an update option:
• Manual: checks updates for your phone.
• Automatic: Windows automatically looks for updates
for your phone as they become available.
4. Tap
.
5. Tap Finish.
Note: If you want to receive updates according to your data
plan, tap Menu → Connections and select Use my
data plan to check for and download updates.
check box.
Finger mouse setting
By moving your finger on the trackpad, you can move the
cursor on the screen. Use the cursor to scroll through a list
or select an item. After changing the method for using the
trackpad, you can drag your finger across the trackpad to
scroll through a list.
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1. From the Start menu, tap Settings → System tab →
Finger Mouse.
2. Select 4-way Navigation in the Action method field.
3. Tap
.
Searching for items
The Search application on your phone helps you to quickly
locate data items.
1. From the Start menu, tap Programs → Search.
2. Enter the data name you want to find in the Search for
field and select a data type by tapping the Type field.
3. Tap Search to start the search.
The name of the item will appear in the box entitled
Results.
4. Tap an item you want to view.
Using an optional memory card
Your phone has an expansion slot compatible with microSD
memory cards, which are primarily used to back up or
transfer files and data.
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Inserting a memory card
1. Make sure that the phone is not Sleep mode.
2. Insert the memory card into the slot with the label side
face up until it clicks into place. The card is secure when
it is not protruding from the phone.
Note: Use only compatible memory cards with your phone.
Using incompatible memory cards, such as Secure
digital (SD) cards, may damage the cards, as well as
the phone, and data stored on the card.
Removing the memory card
To remove the card, push it in and release so that it is
disengaged from the slot. Then slide the card out.
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Guidelines for using a memory card
Follow the instructions that come with the memory card or
contact your memory card manufacturer for more
information.
• Some memory cards consume larger amounts of power.
To avoid draining the battery completely when using a
memory card, connect your phone to an AC power outlet
whenever possible.
• If the battery is very low, do not save data to a memory
card. This may result in the loss of data.
• Do not turn your phone off when you are in the middle
of performing an operation, such as saving data to your
memory card.
• Keep your memory card in a protective case when not in
use to protect it from dirt and moisture.
Setting encryption for contents of a
memory card
You can set your phone to encrypt files when copying them
to a memory card. Once files are encrypted, you can access
them only by using your phone.
1. From the Start menu, tap Settings → System tab →
Encryption.
2. Select Encrypt files placed on storage cards.
3. Tap
.
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Adding and removing programs
Programs added to your phone at the factory are stored in
ROM (Read Only Memory). You cannot remove this
software, and you will never accidentally lose ROM
contents. ROM programs can be updated using special
installation programs with a *.cab.pkg, *.cab.pku, or
*.cab.pks extensions. All other programs and data files
added to your phone after factory installation are stored in
RAM (Random Access Memory).
You can install any program created for your phone, as long
as your phone has enough memory. The most popular
place to find software for your phone is on the Microsoft
website (http://www.microsoft.com/windowsmobile).
Adding programs using ActiveSync
You can install a program downloaded from the Internet or
included on the supplied software CD-ROM by performing a
synchronisation between your phone and the computer.
First you need to determine what your phone and
processor type are so that you know which version of the
software to install.
1. From the Start menu, tap Settings → System tab →
About.
2. In the Version tab, make a note of the information in
the Processor field.
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3. Download the program to your computer from the
Internet or insert the CD-ROM that contains the
program into your computer.
You may see a single *.xip, *.exe, or *.zip file, a
Setup.exe file, or several versions of files for different
device types and processors. Be sure to select the
program designed for your phone and your unit
processor type.
4. Read any installation instructions, Read Me files, or
documentation that comes with the program.
5. Connect your phone to your computer and make sure
that ActiveSync is running. For more information on the
synchronisation, see page 62.
6. Double-click the *.exe file on the computer.
If the file is an installer, the installation wizard will
begin. Follow the instructions on the screen. Once the
software has been installed, the installer will
automatically transfer the software to your phone.
If the file is not an installer, you will see an error
message, but it is designed for a different type of
computer. You will need to move this file to your phone.
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 a folder
on your phone. For more information on copying files
using ActiveSync, see Microsoft ActiveSync Help on your
computer.
7. Once installation is complete, tap Start → Programs,
and then tap the program icon to open it.
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Adding programs directly from the Internet
First, you need to determine what your phone and
processor type are so that you know which version of the
software to install.
1. From the Start menu, tap Settings → System tab →
About.
2. In the Version tab, make a note of the information in
the Processor field.
3. Download the program to your phone straight from the
Internet using Internet Explorer on your phone.
You may see a single *.xip, *.exe, or *.zip file, a
setup.exe file, or several versions of files for different
device types and processors. Be sure to select the
program designed for the Pocket PC and your unit
processor type.
4. Read any installation instructions, Read Me files, or
documentation that comes with the program. Many
programs provide special installation instructions.
5. Tap the file, such as a *.xip or *.exe file. The installation
wizard will begin. Follow the directions on the screen.
6. Once installation is complete, tap Start → Programs,
and then tap the program icon to open it.
Adding programs to the Start menu
Once you have installed new programs on your phone, you
can add any of them to the Start menu so that you can
quickly open them from the Today screen. You can register
up to 7 programs in the Start menu.
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1. From the Start menu, tap Settings → Personal tab →
Menus.
2. Tap the check box for the program you want to add.
If you do not see the program listed, you can either use
the File Explorer application on your phone to move
the program to the Start Menu folder, or use
ActiveSync on the computer to create a shortcut to the
program and place the shortcut in the Start Menu
folder.
3. Tap
.
Removing programs
1. From the Start menu, tap Settings → System tab →
Remove Programs.
2. Select the program you want to delete, and then tap
Remove.
3. When a confirmation message appears, tap Yes.
The program will be removed from your phone.
4. Tap
.
If the program does not appear on the list of installed
programs, locate it from the Programs screen, tap and hold
the icon, and then tap Delete on the pop-up menu.
You can also remove all programs and data stored in RAM
with a hard reset. For details, see page 46.
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Resetting your phone
You can perform a soft reset or a hard reset. During a soft
reset, some data may be lost in programs that are open.
However, a hard reset clears new programs you have
added, i.e., the phone will only have the software that was
present when you bought it.
You can return the phone to its factory settings and remove
all of the programs and data you have added by resetting
the system.
Performing a soft reset
If your phone responds slowly, stops responding, or
freezes, try a soft reset. A soft reset causes the phone to
restart and re-adjust memory allocation. Unsaved data in
open windows may be lost.
To perform a soft reset:
Press the RESET key inside the hole on the left of the
phone with your stylus pen.
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Performing a hard reset
You can reset your phone’s settings and clear all added
data from memory.
From the Start menu, tap Settings → System tab → Hard
Reset → Hard Reset. Enter “yes” in the input field and tap
Yes.
After about 5 seconds, the phone reboots and then begins
alignment process.
Managing memory
Memory provides information about the amount of the
available system memory and the memory card. You can
also view a list of currently operating programs.
Memory on your phone is shared between storage memory
and program memory. Storage memory is used to store the
information you create and the programs you install.
program memory is used to run programs on your phone.
Note: Multitasking will reduce storage memory on your phone
and can cause your phone’s system to react slowly.
The phone automatically manages the allocation between
storage and program memory, but you can manually adjust
memory allocation.
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To view and change memory allocation:
1. From the Start menu, tap Settings → System tab →
Memory.
2. In the Main tab, check the memory.
In the Storage Card tab, you can view the amount of
available memory on the memory card when you insert
it to the phone.
In the Running Programs tab, you can view the list of
programs that are currently operating, and stop any of
them.
For details, see the online help.
3. Tap
.
Managing certificates
On your phone you can add and delete public key
certificates. Certificates help establish your identity when
you log on to a secured network or establish the identity of
other computers, such as servers, with which you connect.
Managing personal certificates
Personal certificates help establish your identity, when you
log on to a secured network, such as a corporate network.
1. From the Start menu, tap Settings → System tab →
Certificates → Personal tab.
The list displays the name of the certificate issuer and
expiration date.
2. To view more details, tap the certificate on the list.
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Managing root certificates
Root certificates help establish the identity of servers with
which you connect. This helps prevent unauthorised users
from accessing your phone and information.
1. From the Start menu, tap Settings → System tab →
Certificates → Root tab.
The list displays the name of the certificate issuer and
expiration date.
2. To view more details, tap the certificate you want.
Using online help
Your phone is supported by additional information available
online, or on the CD-ROM that came with your phone.
For information on:
See:
programs on your phone,
the User’s Guide and online
help. To view the online help,
tap Start → Help.
additional programs that
can be installed on your
phone,
the supplied CD-ROM.
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For information on:
See:
connecting to and
synchronising with a
computer,
the User’s Guide or Microsoft
ActiveSync Help on your
computer. To view the
Microsoft ActiveSync Help,
click the ActiveSync icon on
the Windows task bar, click
Open Microsoft
ActiveSync → Help →
Microsoft ActiveSync
Help.
last-minute updates and
detailed technical
information,
The Read Me files, located in
the Microsoft ActiveSync
folder on the computer and
on the supplied software CDROM.
up-to-date information
on your phone,
http://www.microsoft.com/
windowsmobile/help/
pocketpc.
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Entering information
You have several options for entering new information:
• Use the built in Full keyboard to enter text.
• Use the input panel to enter text, either by using the
onscreen keyboard or another input method.
• Write directly on the screen.
• Draw pictures on the screen.
• Speak into your phone’s microphone to record a
message.
Entering text using the input panel
When you place the cursor in a text input field, a default
input panel automatically appears.
Use the input panel to enter information in any program on
your phone. You can either type using the onscreen
Keyboard or write using Block Recognizer, Letter
Recognizer, or Transcriber.
Tips for using the input panel
• To change the input method, tap the up arrow next to
the Input Panel button ( , , or
) on the command
bar and select the method you want to use.
• To show or hide the input panel, tap the Input Panel
button.
• To change the default input method, tap the up arrow
next to the Input Panel button and tap Options... →
Input Method tab. Then select an input method from
the Input method drop-down list.
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• When you use the input panel, your phone 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 phone, the more words it learns to
anticipate.
Note: To change word suggestion options, such as the
number of words suggested at one time, tap the up
arrow next to the Input Panel button → Options... →
Word Completion tab. You can tap the Start menu
→ Settings → Personal tab → Input → Word
Completion tab.
Typing with the onscreen keyboard
You can enter text directly on the screen by tapping
characters, numbers, and symbols on the onscreen
keyboard.
1. From any application, tap the up arrow next to the Input
Panel button.
2. Tap Keyboard to display a keyboard on the screen.
3. Enter a character, symbol, or number.
Tap 123 to open the numeric and symbolic keyboard.
Tap Tab to insert either spaces only or tabs and spaces.
Tap CAP to enter several upper case letters or symbols.
Tap Shift to enter a single upper case letter or symbol.
Tap Ctl when pressed in conjunction with another key as
in computing to perform a special operation.
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Tap áü to use special Alphabet in Unicode that are used
for languages other than English.
Note: Using Unicode characters reduces the maximum
number of characters which can be entered to
approximately half in length, and splits your
message into several messages if your message
exceeds the maximum number of characters allowed
for a message.
If you want to use larger keys, tap the up arrow next to
the Input Panel button, tap Options... → Input Method
tab, select Keyboard in Input method, and then
select Large keys.
Writing with Letter Recognizer
With Letter Recognizer, write characters, numbers, and
symbols on the screen using the stylus pen as you would
on paper. Create words and sentences by writing in upper
case (ABC), lower case (abc), and symbols (123) in
specific areas.
1. From any application, tap the up arrow next to the Input
Panel button.
2. Tap Letter Recognizer to see a writing area.
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3. Write a character or symbol between the dashed line
and baseline for Letter Recognizer to work effectively.
Clears your input.
Moves the cursor.
Inserts a space.
Opens the symbol
list.
Starts a new line.
Write a character between the hatch marks labelled ABC
to enter text in upper case.
Write a character between the hatch marks labelled abc
to enter text in lower case.
Write a number or symbol between the hatch marks
labelled 123.
For details about writing characters, tap
.
Note: Dragging the stylus pen rightward on the upper case
and lower case writing areas makes a space.
What you write on the screen are converted to text and
inserted in the text area.
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Writing with Block Recognizer
If you know Graffiti® writing from Palm Inc., use the Block
Recognizer to write characters, numbers, and symbols
using the stylus pen. Create words and sentences by
writing characters and numbers in specific areas. The first
character in a sentence is automatically capitalised.
1. From any application, tap the up arrow next to the Input
Panel button.
2. Tap Block Recognizer to see a writing area.
3. Write a word, character, or symbol between the hatch
marks.
Clears your input.
Moves the cursor.
Inserts a space.
Opens the
symbol list.
Starts a new line.
Write a character between the hatch marks labelled
abc.
Write a number or symbol between the hatch marks
labelled 123.
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For details about writing characters, tap
.
Notes:
• Dragging the stylus pen rightward makes a space and
dragging it upward changes a case (abc, Abc, or ABC).
• When you tap once on the writing area, abc or 123
changes to
so that you can write a symbol.
What you write on the screen are converted to text and
inserted in the text area.
Writing with Transcriber
With Transcriber, you can write anywhere on the screen.
Unlike Letter Recognizer or Block Recognizer, it accepts
joined-up handwriting and converts it into text, instead of
entering a character at one time. Pause and let Transcriber
change the written characters to the entered characters.
1. From any application, tap the up arrow next to the Input
Panel button.
2. Tap Transcriber.
The Transcriber Intro screen displays.
3. Tap
to close the Transcriber Intro screen.
For more information, tap Help to open the Help
application.
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4. Write anywhere on the screen.
You can use the following tools on the toolbar:
Tap
To
Set the transcriber options.
Show the demonstration of writing.
Open the list of punctuation marks,
symbols, and numbers.
Change the input mode to A, a, or 123.
Insert a space.
Start a new line.
Move the cursor to the left.
Move the cursor to the right.
Clear your input.
Open the Help application.
What you write on the screen will be converted to text.
Editing text
Each input program provides cursor keys to move through
text and a backspace key so that you can correct spellings
and grammars, or insert additional information.
Alternatively, you can use your stylus pen to make an
insert. After you have made an insert, you can use any of
the input methods described above to add additional text at
the insertion point.
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If you want to edit or format entered text, you must select
it first.
1. Hide the toolbar from the screen.
2. Tap the stylus pen next to the text you want to select
until the insertion point appears.
3. Drag the stylus pen across the text you want to select.
4. Tap and hold the selected words and then tap an editing
command on the pop-up menu.
You can cut, delete, copy, or paste text.
If you accidentally delete text on the screen, tap and
hold the screen. Then select an option, such as Undo,
and try again.
Writing 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 pen to write directly on the
screen. Write the way you do on paper. You can edit and
format what you have written and convert the information
to text at a later time.
Writing on the screen
1. Tap Menu → Draw to switch to the Writing mode. This
displays lines on the screen to help you write.
2. Write within the two ruled lines on the screen.
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Editing writing
You can cut, delete, copy, or paste written text in the same
way you work with entered text.
1. Deselect Draw from the Menu option.
2. Drag the stylus pen across the text you want to edit.
3. Tap and hold the selected word and then tap an editing
command on the pop-up menu, or tap the command on
the Menu option.
Drawing 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.
Creating a drawing
1. On the Writing mode, cross three ruled lines on your
first stroke. A drawing box appears.
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2. 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.
Editing a drawing
If you want to edit or format a drawing, you must select it
first.
1. Tap and hold the stylus pen on the drawing until the
selection handle appears.
Selection
handle
To select multiple drawings, deselect Draw and then
drag to select the drawings you want.
2. Tap and hold them and then tapping an editing
command on the pop-up menu, or by tap the command
on the Menu option. You can cut, copy, and paste the
selected drawings.
To resize a drawing, make sure Draw is not selected,
and drag a selection handle.
Note: You may want to change the zoom level so that you can
more easily work on or view your drawing. Tap Menu →
Zoom → a zoom level.
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Entering text using the keyboard
Your phone is equipped with a Full keyboard to support
easy and quick text input. You can enter text as you would
when using a computer’s keyboard.
The keys are labelled with alphabet on the lower half and
numbers and symbols on the upper half. Press the key
corresponding to the character you want to enter. To switch
between using the upper case characters and lower case
characters, press .
In addition, you can use the following function keys:
•
: deletes characters.
•
: enters characters on the upper half of the keys for
once.
•
: starts a new line.
•
: changes case.
•
: enters special Alphabet in Unicode.
Recording 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 the Notes
program, and in the Notes tab in Calendar, Contacts, and
Tasks, 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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Recording a message
1. Tap Menu → View Recording Toolbar to open the
recording toolbar.
2. Tap
to record a message.
3. Tap
to finish recording.
Reviewing a recording
Select a stand-alone recording from the note list, or select
the recording icon in the note. The recording plays.
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Synchronising information
Using Microsoft® ActiveSync®, you can synchronise the
information on your computer with the information on your
phone. Synchronisation compares the data on your phone
with your computer and updates both computers with the
most recent information.
For example:
• Keep Pocket Outlook data up-to-date by synchronising
your phone with Microsoft Outlook data on your
computer.
• Synchronise Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel files
between your phone and computer. Your files are
automatically converted to the correct format.
Note: By default, ActiveSync does not automatically
synchronise all types of information. Use ActiveSync
options to turn synchronisation on and off for specific
information types.
With ActiveSync, you can also:
• Back up and restore your phone data.
• Copy (rather than synchronise) files between your phone
and computer.
• Control when synchronisation occurs by selecting a
synchronisation mode. For example, you can
synchronise continually while connected to your
computer or only when you choose the synchronise
command.
• Select which information types are synchronised and
control how much data is synchronised. For example,
you can choose how many weeks of past appointments
you want synchronised.
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WARNING!
ActiveSync synchronises two devices using most recent
information. Therefore, if you delete specific data from
the phone after a synchronisation, and then perform a
synchronisation again, the corresponding data on the
computer will be deleted. Be careful not to lose your
important data.
Installing ActiveSync
Before beginning synchronisation, you must install
ActiveSync on your desktop computer using the supplied
CD-ROM. You can also download the latest version of
ActiveSync from the Microsoft website (http://
www.microsoft.com).
1. Insert the CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive of your
computer. Alternatively, double-click the downloaded
ActiveSync installer.
2. Follow the instructions on the screen for installing
Microsoft ActiveSync.
When installation is completed, the Synchronisation
Setup Wizard helps you to connect your phone to your
desktop computer, and to set up a partnership.
Note: See “Connecting your phone to a computer." for more
information on connecting the phone and a computer.
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Customising connection settings
To establish a connection between your computer and the
phone, you must enable the connections you want to use in
the ActiveSync program. By default, all connections are
enabled.
1. From the ActiveSync window on your computer, select
File → Connection Settings...
2. Change the connection settings.
3. Click OK.
Connecting your phone to a computer
To connect the phone to your computer, you can choose
either of the following ways:
• Using the PC data cable
• Using a Bluetooth connection
Connecting with the PC data cable
Connect one end of the PC data cable to the right side of
your phone and the other end into the USB port on your
computer.
Note: If the connection does not work properly, change the
USB mode of your phone. From the Start menu, tap
Settings → Connections tab → USB to PC.
The connection is established and the Microsoft ActiveSync
window appears. The synchronisation automatically begins.
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Connecting via Bluetooth
1. From the Start menu, tap Programs → ActiveSync.
2. Tap Menu → Connect via Bluetooth.
3. Tap Yes, if you are connecting to a computer via
Bluetooth for the first time.
4. Tap Add new device... to search for a new Bluetoothcompatible devices.
5. Select your Bluetooth-compatible computer to pair the
phone with the computer and tap Next.
6. Enter a Bluetooth password and tap Next. This
password is used just once and you do not need to
memorise it.
When you enter the same password on your computer,
paring is finished.
7. Enter a display name for the computer, if necessary.
8. Check the services you want to use and tap Finish.
Note: ActiveSync must be checked on the service list. If
Serial is available, instead, on the list, select it and
make sure that a correct Bluetooth COM port is
selected from the Connection Settings on the PC
ActiveSync.
9. Tap
.
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Synchronising information
To begin synchronisation, connect your phone to your
computer. For more information on connecting the phone to
the computer, see page 64. The Microsoft ActiveSync
window on your computer automatically appears and
synchronisation starts.
Once the synchronisation is complete, the phone stays
connected to the computer. If any change is made,
ActiveSync automatically begins synchronisation. You can
start synchronisation at any time by tapping Sync. To stop
synchronisation, tap Stop.
Open the file directory on the phone by tapping Explore
from the Microsoft ActiveSync window. You can copy a file
quickly and easily from the phone to the computer, or vice
versa.
To end the connection, disconnect the PC data cable.
Customising synchronisation
settings
You can customise various setting options for
synchronisation with a computer and a server, and set the
synchronisation schedule.
Note: To set the synchronisation options, you first need to
disconnect your phone from the computer.
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Changing PC settings
1. In ActiveSync on your phone, tap Menu and select
Options...
2. Highlight the computer name, such as Windows PC,
and tap Settings...
3. Change the computer name, set how to handle a data
conflict between your phone and computer, and set an
event logging type.
4. When you have finished, tap
.
5. Select data types to be synchronised.
6. Tap
.
Note: For more information on the conditions that must be
met on the computer and how to change
synchronisation options, see ActiveSync Help.
Setting server synchronisation
You can synchronise information automatically as items
arrive only if your company runs Microsoft Exchange Server
with Exchange ActiveSync.
Note: You can also set up a connection to synchronise
remotely with a server when you first create a
partnership between your phone and your computer.
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Configuring an Exchange Server connection
1. In ActiveSync on your phone, tap Menu → Add Server
Source...
2. Enter the server address and select the This server
requires an encrypted (SSL) connection check box
to use an SSL protocol for server access.
3. Tap Next.
4. Enter your Microsoft Exchange user name, password,
and domain name.
To save the password for subsequent accesses, select
Save password.
5. Tap Next.
6. Select data types to be synchronised.
7. When you have finished, tap Finish.
When you do not want to synchronise with a Microsoft
Exchange Server, you can delete a server connection profile
on your phone.
1. In ActiveSync on your phone, tap Menu and select
Options...
2. Select the server name, such as Microsoft Exchange,
and select Delete.
3. Tap Yes.
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Changing the synchronisation schedule
You can schedule synchronisation with the Microsoft
Exchange Server on two separate times. Use the peak time
schedule to synchronise during working hours or other
times when you experience higher mail volumes. Use the
off-peak time schedule to synchronise during times when
you experience lower mail volumes.
1. In ActiveSync on your phone, tap Menu → Schedule...
2. Set each option:
• To synchronise periodically during peak times, select a
frequency of synchronisation in the Peak times field.
• To synchronise periodically during off-peak times,
select a frequency of synchronisation in the Off-peak
times field.
• To use the peak time and off-peak time setting while
roaming, select Use above settings when roaming.
• To synchronise each time you select the Send/
Receive option to send or receive e-mails, select
Send/receive when I click Send.
• To set the days and hours for peak times, tap peak
times.
3. When you have finished, tap
.
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Call functions
As well as all the standard features of a mobile phone, such
as mailbox and call history, there are several dialling
features unique to your phone. For example, you can take
notes while talking, dial directly from Microsoft Contacts
and easily transfer contacts between your SIM card and the
RAM of your phone.
Additionally, like with a conventional mobile phone, you can
easily use one hand to access and navigate through the
important features of your phone and make calls.
Entering your PIN
Most SIM cards are preset with a PIN (Personal
Identification Number), provided by your service provider,
which you need to enter whenever you use your phone.
Enter the PIN and tap Enter.
Note: If your PIN is entered incorrectly three times, the SIM
card will be blocked and your phone asks for PIN
Unblocking Key (PUK). If that occurs, you can unblock it
with the PUK from your service provider.
Checking you are connected
The default settings for your phone are programed with the
assumption that you want to use your phone. So, providing
you have inserted a SIM card, your phone will activate your
mobile phone connection to your service provider’s
network.
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The icon
indicates that you are connected to the network
of your service provider. A full strength signal is indicated
by
and as the strength of the signal diminishes so will
the number of vertical bars in the icon, with no bars
indicating no signal.
Turning the phone functions off or
on
As indicated previously, your phone will turn on when you
install the battery and insert a SIM card. However, you can
choose to turn off your phone and just use the PDA
features at any time – and then turn it back on when you
want.
Note: In many countries you are required by law to turn off
your phone when you fly. Turning off the screen of your
phone does not actually turn off your phone; you must
turn off your wireless connection to your operator’s
network.
To turn off the phone functions:
1. Tap
and then Wireless Manager → Phone.
appear on the status bar of the screen.
will
2. Tap Done.
To turn back on the phone functions:
1. Tap
and then Wireless Manager → Phone.
appear on the status bar of the screen.
will
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2. Tap Done.
Note: You can also turn the phone functions off or on by
tapping the Start menu → Settings → Connections
tab → Wireless Manager.
Making a call
As well as normal voice calls, you can make video calls in a
3G (UMTS) network.
To make a voice call:
1. On the Today screen, tap Start → Phone. The Dialling
screen opens.
2. On the Dialling screen, enter a phone number including
an area code.
Note: Press
to clear the last digit or press and hold
to clear all of the digits.
3. Press
to make a voice call.
When a call is connected, the call duration displays.
During a call, you can use several call options. For
details, see page 76.
To adjust the earpiece volume during a call, press the
Volume keys to increase or decrease the volume level.
4. To end the call, tap End or press
.
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To make a video call:
1. On the Today screen, tap Start → Phone. The Dialling
screen opens.
2. On the Dialling screen, enter a phone number including
an area code.
3. Tap Keypad → Video Call to make a video call.
Or, tap Menu → Video Call.
4. To end the call, press
.
Advanced calling features
You can make a call from Contacts, Speed Dial, and Call
History.
Making a call from Contacts
You can make a call from Contacts in the following way:
1. On the Today screen, tap Contacts and select a contact.
2. Tap the phone number you want to call.
Making a call from Speed Dial
Speed Dial is a list you can create of often-dialled numbers.
Information on adding a number to Speed Dial is detailed on
page 83.
By memorising the position in the Speed Dial list, you can
dial the number simply by entering that number.
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Alternatively, if you do not remember the position of a
number in the Speed Dial list, use the method below:
1. On the Dialling screen, tap Menu → Speed Dial.
2. In the list of the Speed Dial numbers, tap the position
number on the left of the number you want to call, or
scroll to the number and then tap Call or press
.
Making a call from Call History
1. On the Dialling screen, tap Keypad → Call History.
The following call type icons are available on the call
history:
•
,
: Incoming calls
•
,
: Outgoing calls
•
,
: Missed calls
2. Tap Menu → Filter → a call type to display the calls you
want.
3. Tap the call type icon on the left of the number you want
to call, or scroll to the the number and then tap Call or
press
.
Note: When you tap the number from the list, you can view
the call details.
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Making an international call
1. Tap and hold 0 on the Dialling screen until the + sign
appears. The + replaces the international prefix for the
country from which you are calling.
2. Enter the full phone number you want to dial. It includes
the country code, the area code (without the leading
zero), and the phone number.
3. Press
.
Making an emergency call
Enter the emergency number 112, then press
.
Notes:
• Your phone provides the emergency number 112. This
number can normally be used to make an emergency call in
any country, with or without a SIM card inserted, if you are
within a mobile phone network’s service area.
• Some mobile phone service providers may require that a SIM
card be inserted, and in some cases that the PIN has been
entered as well.
• In some cases, other emergency numbers may also be
accessed. Your mobile phone service provider may save
additional local emergency numbers on the SIM card.
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Answering or rejecting a call
When someone calls you, the phone alerts you by ringing
or vibrating, depending on the ringer type you have set. To
change the ringer type, see page 33.
• To answer a call, tap Answer or press
• To reject a call, tap Ignore or press
.
.
Note: If you reject a call, the busy tone is sent out. Depending
on the network service provider, you may be guided to
the voicemail server of the other person.
Adjusting the ringer volume
When a call comes in, you can silence the ringer by
pressing either of the Volume keys.
You can adjust the ringer volume by tapping
status bar and then moving the slider under
on the
.
Options during a call
Your phone provides a number of control functions that you
can use while a call is in progress.
Using the speakerphone feature
Use the phone as a speakerphone to talk and listen with
the phone a short distance away.
Press and hold
or tap Speaker On during a call. The
icon will appear on the status bar.
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Muting or unmuting the microphone
You can turn off the microphone so that the person with
whom you are speaking cannot hear you, or turns it back
on.
Tap Mute to turn off the microphone, or tap Unmute to
turn it back on.
Making a second call
You can make another call during a call.
1. Tap Hold to put the first call on hold.
2. Tap Keypad and make the second call in the normal
way.
3. To switch back and forth between the two callers, tap
Menu → Swap.
4. To end the second call and go back to the first, press
.
Answering a second call
If another person is trying to call you when you are talking
on the phone, a notification window appears.
1. Tap Answer or press
put the first on hold.
to answer the second call and
2. To switch back and forth between the two callers, tap
Menu → Swap.
3. To end the second call and go back to the first, press
.
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Setting up conference calling
1. Put a call on hold, dial a second number, and wait for it
to be picked up. Alternatively, accept a second incoming
call when you already have one in progress.
2. Tap Menu → Conference.
3. If the conference connection is successful, the word
“Conference” will appear on the Dialling screen.
4. To add additional people to your conference call, tap
Menu → Hold, enter the number, and then press
to return and continue.
To have a private conversation with one participant, tap
Menu → Private → the participant you want.
Making a note
Regardless of whether you call from the Dialling screen,
Contacts, Call History, Speed Dial, or SIM Contacts, you
can make a note during a call.
1. Tap Note.
2. Create your note and then tap
note during or after the call.
. You can finish your
After you have saved the note, it will be saved as an
attachment to your call in Call History. You can also
access the note in the Calls folder in Notes.
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Viewing a note
• Tap Call History on the Dialling screen. Tap and hold
the call, and then from the pop-up menu, tap View
Note. ( indicates a note.)
• Go to Notes, and select the Calls folder and then tap
the name of the file from the list.
Note: When you want to create a contact for this caller, see
“Adding and transferring contact information” on
page 82. The call and file names will be amended to the
name of the new contact; the file will be unaffected.
Opening Contacts
You can access Contacts to find the contact you want
during a call. Tap Contacts.
Using In-call options
During a call, you can access various options by tapping
Menu.
For a voice call, the following options are available:
• Switch to Video Call: switches the current call to a
video call.
• Hold/Unhold: places the current call on hold or retrieve
the call.
• Swap: switches between calls.
• Mute/Unmute: turns off the microphone so that the
person with whom you are speaking cannot hear you, or
turns it back on.
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• Turn Speakerphone On/Turn Speakerphone Off:
turns on the speakerphone mode to talk and listen with
the phone a short distance away.
• Turn Hands-free On/Turn Hands-free Off: switches
the current call to the connected hands-free car kit or
headset, or switches it back to the phone.
• Conference: makes a conference call when you have
an active call and a call on hold. You can have a
conversation with up to 5 people at the same time.
• Private: allows you to have a private conversation with
the selected participant.
• Paste: pastes the copied numbers to the Dialling
screen.
• Save to Contacts: allows you to save the phone
number of a call to Contacts.
• View Contact: opens the contact list.
• Create Note: allows you to make a note.
• Call History: opens the call history list.
• Speed Dial: opens the speed dial screen.
• Options...: allows you to customise the settings of the
phone functions, services, and network. For details, see
page 85.
For a video call, the following options are available:
• Show me/Hide me: shows or hides the camera view to
the person with whom you are speaking.
• Mute/Unmute: turns off the microphone, or turn it
back on.
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• Speakerphone on/off: turns on the speakerphone
mode to talk and listen with the phone a short distance
away.
• Turn Hands-free On/Turn Hands-free Off: switches
the current call to the connected Bluetooth headset, or
switches it back to the phone.
• Save Contact/View Contact: saves the phone number
of the person with whom you are speaking or show the
stored contact details.
• Send Message: send an SMS or MMS message to the
person with whom you are speaking.
• Display: allows you to change the effect or quality of
the camera image.
• Advanced: allows you to send the DTMF tones of
numbers or a file to the person with whom you are
speaking.
• Switch to voice call: turns off the camera and
switches the call to a voice call.
• Create Note: allows you to make a note.
• Option: allows you to change the options for video
calls. For details, see page 95.
Call-related features
Accessing your voicemail
The first speed dial location defaults as your voicemail
server. When you insert your SIM card into your phone, it
will automatically detect and set as the voicemail server
number of your service provider.
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To check your voicemail, tap and hold 1 on the Dialling
screen.
Note: You can check and change the voicemail and SMS
server numbers. On the Speed Dial screen, tap
Voicemail → Services tab → Voice Mail and Text
Messages → Get Settings...
Adding and transferring contact
information
There are a number of ways in which telephone numbers
and contacts can be entered and stored, and there are also
a number of ways to make a phone call. It is therefore
important to be able to transfer those contacts between the
programs used to make calls.
Places where contacts can be entered into your
phone and stored
• Your SIM card: You can exchange your SIM card
between your phone and other devices; while using
other devices, you can create one or more new contacts
on the SIM card.
• Your phone’s memory.
• Call History: New contact numbers can be found in
incoming calls or missed calls.
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Why transfer numbers?
• In the event you lose your SIM card while using it in
another device, your SIM numbers will be backed up on
to your phone.
• If you are using your SIM card in another device, you
may need the numbers stored in your phone’s memory.
• Transferring numbers to your phone’s memory allows
you to create more detailed records.
Transferring Contacts
• To transfer the contact to the SIM card, select the
contact from the contact list and tap Menu → Save to
SIM.
• To transfer the contact to the Speed Dial list, select the
contact from the contact list and tap Menu → Add to
Speed Dial... On the Speed Dial screen, add the
contact details, select a location, and tap
.
Note: By default the Location option will assign you the next
available position in the Speed Dial list. If you want to
put a number in a position that is already occupied, a
confirmation message appears to ask you if you want to
overwrite the setting.
Setting up the Speed Dial list
You can assign frequently-used phone numbers in Contacts
to the locations 2 through 99. The location 1 in the Speed
Dial list is preset for the voicemail server number.
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Adding a contact to the Speed Dial list
1. On the Dialling screen, tap Menu → Speed Dial.
2. Tap Menu → New.
3. Select a contact from the list.
4. From the Location field, select a location by tapping the
up or down arrow.
5. Tap
.
Deleting Speed dial assignment
1. From the Speed dial list, select a number.
2. Tap Delete → Yes.
Managing your Call History
Call History details all incoming, outgoing, and missed
calls, and also provides a summary of total calls. It can also
tell you when a call was initiated and how long it lasted.
To open Call History, on the Dialling screen, tap Keypad →
Call History.
If necessary, select the category of the call history to be
displayed by tapping Menu → Filter.
Note: If you have a missed call, you can check the call by
tapping
on the Today screen.
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Viewing the details of calls
• To display the time and date you received or made a call
and the duration of a call, tap the call you want to view.
• To save the phone number of a call to Contacts, scroll to
the call and tap Menu → Save to Contacts.
• To send a text message, scroll to the call and tap Menu
→ Send Text Message...
• To delete an individual call record, tap the call you want
to delete and tap Menu → Delete Call.
Viewing call timers
In Call History, you can view the duration of your calls. This
option is convenient for estimating your usage.
1. On the Call History list, tap Menu → Call Timers...
You can view the total time of calls you received or
made the total call time and the recent call time.
You can also erase the recent call time records at any
time by tapping Reset.
2. Tap
.
Customising your phone functions
You can personalise the settings of the phone functions, the
services you have, and the network to which you have
connected.
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Phone settings
1. From the Start menu, tap Settings → Personal tab →
Phone.
2. In the Phone tab, select a ringer type, ringer melody,
and keypad tone from each drop-down list.
For a ringer melody, you can listen to the tone by using
the Play and Stop tools next to the list.
3. Tap
.
Security settings
You can set up various security options to restrict the use
of your phone.
Note: Your first PIN will be given to you by your service
provider.
Enabling PIN
When this feature is enabled, you must enter your PIN each
time you turn on your phone’s power.
1. From the Start menu, tap Settings → Personal tab →
Phone.
2. In the Phone tab, tap the Require PIN when phone
is used check box under Security.
3. Enter the PIN and then tap Enter.
4. Tap
.
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Changing the PIN
You can change your current PIN to a new one.
1. Under Security, tap Change PIN.
2. Enter the old PIN and tap Enter.
3. Enter a new PIN and tap Enter.
4. Re-enter the new PIN for confirmation and tap Enter.
5. Tap OK.
Enabling caller ID
When you make a call, you can set your phone number to
be displayed or hidden from the person that you are
calling.
1. From the Start menu, tap Settings → Personal tab →
Phone.
2. Tap the Services tab, and then tap Caller ID → Get
Settings... (retrieving settings may take a few
minutes).
3. Select one of the following options:
• Everyone: shows your caller ID information to all.
• No one: hides your caller ID information.
• Only to contacts: shows your caller ID information
only to the contacts stored on your phone.
4. Tap
.
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Network settings
You can set the phone to automatically or manually select a
network when you are roaming out of a service area.
Finding a network
1. From the Start menu, tap Settings → Personal tab →
Phone.
2. Tap the Network tab, and then tap Find Network
(retrieving settings may take a few minutes).
Note: You can enable this function when the network
status is currently out of network service and you
want to conduct a search.
The current network displays in the Current network
field.
3. Tap
.
Selecting a network
1. From the Start menu, tap Settings → Personal tab →
Phone.
2. Tap the Network tab, and select either Automatic or
Manual in the Network selection field (retrieving
settings may take a few minutes when you select
Manual).
3. If you select Manual, the list of available networks
displays. Continue the next steps.
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4. Select a network you want and tap OK.
You are connected to that network.
5. Tap
.
Setting preferred networks
You can set up a list of your preferred networks. You can
set priority of the networks or add networks manually by
selecting them from the preset network list or entering
their service ID codes.
1. From the Start menu, tap Settings → Personal tab →
Phone.
2. Tap the Network tab, and then tap Set Networks
(retrieving settings may take a few minutes).
3. Select a network and change the order for network
usage by tapping Move Up or Move Down.
4. Tap
.
Note: If there are many mobile phone service providers
available to you, enable this function to select a lower
fee network.
Voice call barring
This service allows you to restrict your incoming or
outgoing voice calls.
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Activating or deactivating voice call barring
1. From the Start menu, tap Settings → Personal tab →
Phone.
2. In the Services tab, tap Call Barring → Get
Settings... (retrieving settings may take a few
minutes).
3. Select the call type you want to restrict.
For incoming calls, you can choose to restrict your
incoming calls with the following choices:
• All calls: No calls can be made or received.
• When roaming: Calls cannot be received when you
are using your phone outside of your home service
area.
• Off: Call barring is deactivated; all calls can be
received normally.
For outgoing calls, you can choose to restrict your
outgoing calls with the following choices:
• All calls: No calls can be made or received.
• International: International calls cannot be made.
• International except to home country: When
abroad, calls can be made only to numbers within the
current country and to your home country, which is the
country where your home network provider is located.
• Off: Call barring is deactivated; all calls can be made
normally.
4. Enter the barring password provided by your service
provider and tap
.
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Changing the barring password
You can set and change the call barring password obtained
from your service provider.
1. From the Start menu, tap Settings → Personal tab →
Phone.
2. In the More tab, tap Change Barring Password → Get
settings...
3. Enter the old password, then a new one, and re-enter
for confirmation.
4. Tap
.
Voice call forwarding
This service allows you to forward your incoming voice calls
to another phone number.
To activate voice call forwarding:
1. From the Start menu, tap Settings → Personal tab →
Phone.
2. In the Services tab, tap Call Forwarding → Get
Settings... (retrieving settings may take a few
minutes).
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3. Either tap the Forward all incoming phone calls
check box and enter the number to which the calls will
be forwarded in the box below, or select one or all of the
other categories and enter numbers.
You can choose to forward all calls to the same number
or specify a number based on the following conditions:
• No answer: If you do not answer your phone, all calls
are forwarded.
Forward after: All calls are forwarded after the
specified period of time.
• Unavailable: If your phone is turned off or your
phone is out of the network service area, all calls are
forwarded.
• Busy: When you are on the phone, all calls are
forwarded.
4. Tap
.
Call waiting
This service allows you to receive another call while you
have a call in progress.
To activate call waiting:
1. From the Start menu, tap Settings → Personal tab →
Phone.
2. In the Services tab, tap Call Waiting → Get
Settings... (retrieving settings may take a few
minutes).
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3. Select Notify me or Do not notify me.
Once you have activated the Call Waiting service, you
will receive an alert tone when you receive a second call
during a call.
4. Tap
.
Video call barring
This service allows you to restrict your incoming or
outgoing video calls.
To activate video call barring:
1. From the Start menu, tap Settings → Personal tab →
Phone.
2. In the Video Call Services tab, tap Call Barring → Get
Settings... (retrieving settings may take a few
minutes).
3. Select the call type you want to restrict.
For incoming calls, you can choose to restrict your
incoming calls with the following choices:
• All calls: No calls can be made or received.
• When roaming: Calls cannot be received when you
are using your phone outside of your home service
area.
• Off: Call barring is deactivated; all calls can be
received normally.
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For outgoing calls, you can choose to restrict your
outgoing calls with the following choices:
• All calls: No calls can be made or received.
• International: International calls cannot be made.
• International except to home country: When
abroad, calls can be made only to numbers within the
current country and to your home country, which is the
country where your home network provider is located.
• Off: Call barring is deactivated; all calls can be made
normally.
4. Enter the barring password provided by your service
provider and tap
.
Video call forwarding
This service allows you to forward your incoming video calls
to another phone number.
To activate video call forwarding:
1. From the Start menu, tap Settings → Personal tab →
Phone.
2. In the Video Call Services tab, tap Call Forwarding →
Get Settings... (retrieving settings may take a few
minutes).
3. Either tap the Forward all incoming phone calls
check box and enter the number to which the calls will
be forwarded in the box below, or select one or all of the
other categories and enter numbers.
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You can choose to forward all calls to the same number
or specify a number based on the following conditions:
• No answer: If you do not answer your phone, all
video calls are forwarded.
Forward after: All video calls are forwarded after the
specified period of time.
• Unavailable: If your phone is turned off or your
phone is out of the network service area, all video calls
are forwarded.
• Busy: When you are on the phone, all video calls are
forwarded.
4. Tap
.
Video call settings
You can set whether the phone shows the camera view to
the person with whom you are speaking, or select an image
to be shown instead of the camera view, and set to retry a
video call with options when it fails.
1. From the Start menu, tap Settings → Personal tab →
Phone.
2. In the Video Call tab, select the check box you want.
3. Tap
.
Voicemails and Text messages
When you insert the SIM card into your phone, it
automatically detects and sets your voicemail and SMS
servers by default. However, you can view the settings if
you want.
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Accessing your voicemail and SMS server numbers
1. From the Start menu, tap Settings → Personal tab →
Phone.
2. In the Services tab, tap Voice Mail and Text
Messages → Get Settings... (retrieving settings may
take a few minutes).
3. Check the server numbers in each field.
4. Tap
.
Note: You can also view your voicemail and SMS server
numbers by tapping Voicemail on the Speed Dial
screen and then tap Voice Mail and Text Messages.
Checking your voicemail
The first speed dial location defaults as your voicemail
server. Tap and hold 1 on the Dialling screen.
Viewing the cost of calls
This network feature lets you check the cost of your last
call and all calls. You can also set the maximum cost to
limit the cost of your calls to a certain amount of charging
units or units of currency, and the price per unit. When the
max cost is active, calls can be made only as long as the
preset max cost is not exceeded.
Viewing call cost may not be available, depending on
particular SIM cards. For more information, contact your
service provider.
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Resetting the cost records to zero
1. From the Start menu, tap Settings → Personal tab →
Phone.
2. In the More tab, tap Call Cost → Get settings...
3. Tap Menu → Reset Counters.
Setting the maximum cost
1. From the Start menu, tap Settings → Personal tab →
Phone.
2. In the More tab, tap Call Cost → Get settings...
3. Tap Menu → Set Max Cost.
4. Enter the maximum cost and tap Save.
When the max cost you have set is reached, the counter
stops at its maximum value and you can no longer make
any calls until you reset the counter.
Changing the currency unit per call
1. From the Start menu, tap Settings → Personal tab →
Phone.
2. In the More tab, tap Call Cost → Get settings...
3. Tap Menu → Set Price / Unit.
4. Set the cost of one unit and tap Save.
This price per unit is applied when calculating the cost of
your calls.
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Band selection
For the phone to make and receive phone calls, it must be
registered with one of the available networks. Your phone
can handle combined GSM 900/1800, GSM 1900 network,
and Quad band (GSM 850/900/1800/1900).
The country where your phone was purchased determines
the default band that it uses. When you travel abroad, you
must remember to change to an appropriate band.
1. From the Start menu, tap Settings → Personal tab →
Phone.
2. In the More tab, tap Band Selection → Get settings...
3. Select an appropriate band in the Frequency Band
field.
4. Tap
.
SIM lock
When this option is enabled, your phone only works with
the current SIM card.
To enable or disable the SIM lock feature:
1. From the Start menu, tap Settings → Personal tab →
Phone.
2. In the More tab, tap SIM Lock → Get settings...
3. Select Enabled or Disabled and tap
.
4. If enabled, enter a password in the New SIM
password field and the Confirm SIM password field.
5. Tap
.
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Fixed Dialling Numbers (FDN) mode
When this option is enabled, your phone restricts your
outgoing calls to a limited set of phone numbers, which are
stored on the SIM card.
To enable the FDN list:
1. From the Start menu, tap Settings → Personal tab →
Phone.
2. In the More tab, tap Fixed Dialing → Get settings...
3. Select Enabled from the FDN (Fixed dialing number)
field and tap
.
4. Enter PIN2 and tap
5. Tap
.
when a confirmation message appears.
PIN2 change
This option allows you to change your current PIN2 to a
new one. You must enter the current PIN2 before you can
specify a new one.
1. From the Start menu, tap Settings → Personal tab →
Phone.
2. In the More tab, tap Change PIN2 → Get settings.
3. Enter the old PIN2, then a new one, and re-enter the
new PIN2 for confirmation.
4. Tap
.
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Cell Broadcast (CB) messages
This service allows you to receive text messages on various
topics, such as the weather or traffic. Cell broadcast
messages display as soon as they are received, provided
that:
• the cell broadcast message feature is set to Enable.
• the message channel is currently active on the channel
list.
To enable or disable the Cell Broadcast message:
1. From the Start menu, tap Settings → Personal tab →
Phone.
2. In the More tab, tap CB Message → Get settings...
3. Tab Enabled or Disabled in the Receive field.
4. If enabled, select the languages in which cell broadcast
messages display in the Language field and select the
channels from which you receive cell broadcast
messages in the Channel field.
5. Tap
.
Answering the call automatically
You can set the phone to answer a call after the specified
period of time when it is connected to a headset.
1. From the Start menu, tap Settings → Personal tab →
Phone.
2. In the More tab, tap Auto Answer → Get settings...
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3. Select a period in the Auto answer field.
4. Tap
.
Closed user group
You can set incoming and outgoing calls to be restricted to
a selected user group. For details about how to create a
closed user group (CUG), contact your service provider.
1. From the Start menu, tap Settings → Personal tab →
Phone.
2. In the More tab, tap Closed User Group → Get
settings...
3. Tap the Use user group check box to activate the CUG
feature.
4. Tap the check boxes and enter the index number.
• Outside access: Enable calls to numbers other than
those in the closed user group. This feature depends
on the nature of your CUG subscription.
• Default group: Enable the default CUG, if you have
set one with your service provider. When making a
call, you are given the option of using your default
CUG, instead of selecting one from the list.
• Group index: Set the index number of the user
group.
5. Tap
.
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Send SMS option
You can select your preferred network type for sending
SMS messages and validity period.
1. From the Start menu, tap Settings → Personal tab →
Phone.
2. In the More tab, tap Send text message option →
Get settings...
3. Select the network type and validity period.
4. Tap
.
Own number
You can store your phone numbers with separate
descriptive names. Changes made with this option do not
affect the actual subscriber number of your SIM card.
1. From the Start menu, tap Settings → Personal tab →
Phone.
2. In the More tab, tap Own Number → Get settings...
3. Select a location and tap Edit.
4. Enter a name and phone number.
5. Tap
.
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Service Dialling Number services
You can use the access numbers of the services supported
by your service provider. This option may not be available
depending on your SIM card.
1. From the Start menu, tap Settings → Personal tab →
Phone.
2. In the More tab, tap SDN → Get settings...
3. Scroll to a number and tap Call.
Disconnecting data calls
You can disconnect the data calls which are currently
communicating with a network.
1. From the Start menu, tap Settings → Connections tab
→ Data Call Manager.
2. Tap Disconnect.
3. Tap Done.
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Messaging
In Messaging, you can create, send, receive, view, edit, and
organise:
• Text messages (SMS)
• Multimedia message (MMS)
• E-mail messages
To open Messaging:
From the Start menu, tap Messaging.
Working with e-mail messages
You can send and receive e-mail messages in one of these
ways:
• Synchronise e-mail messages with Microsoft Exchange
or Microsoft Outlook on your computer.
• Send and receive e-mail messages by connecting
directly to an e-mail server through an Internet Service
Provider (ISP) or a network.
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Synchronising e-mail messages
Use the Outlook E-mail account to send and receive
e-mail messages by synchronising e-mail messages with
Microsoft Exchange or Microsoft Outlook on your computer.
You will need to enable Inbox synchronisation in
ActiveSync.
During synchronisation:
• Messages are copied from the mail folders of Exchange
or Outlook on your computer to the Outlook E-mail
folders on your phone.
• E-mail messages in Outlook E-mail on your phone are
transferred to Exchange or Outlook, and then sent from
those programs.
Connecting directly to an e-mail server
You can send and receive e-mail messages by connecting
to an e-mail server. You’ll need to set up a remote
connection to a network or an ISP, and a connection to your
e-mail server.
When you connect to the e-mail server, new messages are
downloaded to the phone’s Inbox folder. Also, messages in
the phone’s Outbox folder are sent and messages that have
been deleted on the e-mail server are removed from the
phone’s message folders.
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Folder behavior with a direct connection to an e-mail
server
The behavior of the folders you create depends on whether
you are using POP3 or IMAP4.
• If you use POP3 and you move e-mail messages to a
folder you created, the link is broken between the
messages on the phone and their copies on the mail
server. The next time you connect, the mail server will
see that the messages are missing from the phone and
delete them. This prevents you from having duplicate
copies of a message, but it also means that you will no
longer have access to messages that you move to
folders created from anywhere except the phone.
• If you use IMAP4, the folders you created and the e-mail
messages you moved are mirrored on the server.
Therefore, messages are available to you anytime you
connect to your mail server. This synchronisation of
folders occurs whenever you connect to your mail
server; create new folders or rename/delete folders
when connected.
Creating an e-mail account
You need to create a new account to be used for retrieving
and sending e-mail messages.
To make a new account:
1. From the Messaging screen, tap New E-mail Account.
2. Enter your e-mail message and tap Next.
For manual setup, clear Try to get e-mail settings
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3. Select your e-mail service provider. To add Internet email accounts, select Internet email and tap Next.
4. Enter your name and account display name, and tap
Next.
5. Enter your incoming mail server, select the account
type, and tap Next.
6. Enter your user name and password, and tap Next.
7. Enter your outgoing mail server (SMTP) and tap Next.
To enable SMTP authentication, which requires the user
to login before sending e-mail messages, select
Outgoing server requires authentication.
If you want the SMTP server to have the same
parameters as the IMAP4 server, select Use the same
user name and password for sending e-mail.
To configure advanced settings, such as SSL or Internet
connection settings, select Advanced Server Settings.
8. Select how often your phone automatically connects to
the server and checks for incoming e-mail messages,
and tap Finish.
To edit an account:
1. Tap Menu → Tools → Options... → Accounts tab.
2. Select the e-mail account you want to edit.
3. Change the account settings as you would when
creating it.
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Creating and sending an e-mail message
1. Select the e-mail account you want from the Inbox and
tap Menu → New.
2. In the To, Cc, or Bcc field, enter the recipients’ e-mail
addresses, separating them with a semicolon.
Note: The Cc and Bcc fields are above the From field.
You can retrieve addresses from the contact list by
tapping Menu and selecting Add Recipient...
3. Move to the Subject field and enter the e-mail subject.
4. Move to the message field and enter the message text.
To enter preset sentences, tap Menu → My Text → a
sentence.
You can add a media file or voice note as an attachment
by tapping Menu → Insert → an item type.
5. When you have finished composing the message, tap
Send.
6. Tap Menu and select Send/Receive to connect to the
network and send the message.
Viewing e-mail messages
You can also view messages you received, sent, composed
but not sent by accessing the message folders.
Opening the message folders
Select the e-mail account you want from the Inbox, tap
Menu and select Go To → Folders...
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The following default folders display:
• Deleted Items: contains messages that have been
deleted on your phone.
• Drafts: stores draft messages that have not been sent.
• Inbox: contains received messages.
• Outbox: is a temporary storage place for messages
waiting to be sent.
• Sent Items: stores the messages that have been sent.
Viewing an e-mail message
1. Select the e-mail account from which you want to
receive e-mail messages.
2. Tap Menu and select Send/Receive.
The phone connects to your e-mail server and receives
incoming e-mail messages or sends e-mail messages in
Outbox.
3. Select the message you want to view.
Accessing message options
From any message folder, you can access the following
options by tapping Menu:
• New: creates a new message.
• Reply: sends a reply to the sender and/or all other
recipients, or forwards the message to other people.
• Mark as Unread/Mark as Read: allows you to mark
the message as unread or read.
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• Follow up: allows you to add a flag to the message that
creates a follow-up task. You can set a time to be
reminded of the task. This option is available for Outlook
Email messages.
• Move...: allows you to move the message to other
folders.
• Go To: allows you to switch to another message
account or message folder.
• Tools: allows you to change the options for the
Messaging. You can also manage message folders or
add a new account.
• Download Message/Do Not Download: allows you to
set the phone to download the complete contents of the
e-mail from the e-mail server, or cancel the download
setting.
• Send/Receive: sends or receives e-mail messages.
Viewing e-mail attachments
To download an attachment, tap Menu and select
Download Message. It will be downloaded the next time
you synchronise or connect to your e-mail server. To view
an attachment, select the attachment in an open message.
Working with SMS or MMS messages
You can write an SMS message of up to 160 characters.
When you enter more than 160 characters, your phone
handles the message as a multi-part message.
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You can also send or receive multimedia messages (MMS).
In addition to the familiar text content of text messages,
multimedia messages can contain images, video clips,
audio clips, and combinations of these things in more than
one page.
MMS also supports e-mail addressing, so that messages
can be sent from phone to e-mail and vice versa.
Creating and sending an SMS message
1. On the SMS/MMS screen, tap Menu → New → SMS.
2. In the To field, enter the recipients’ phone numbers,
separating them with a semicolon.
You can retrieve numbers from the contact list by
tapping Menu and selecting Add Recipient...
3. Move to the message field and enter the message text.
To enter preset sentences, tap Menu and select My
Text → a sentence.
4. When you have finished composing the message, tap
Send.
Note: To know if your message is delivered to the recipient(s),
tap Menu and select Message Options... → Request
message delivery notification.
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Creating and sending an MMS message
1. On the SMS/MMS screen, tap Menu → New → MMS.
2. In the To, Cc, or Bcc field, enter the recipients’
numbers or addresses, separating them with a
semicolon.
Note: The Cc and Bcc fields are above the From field.
You can also retrieve numbers or the addresses from the
contact list or the messages you have sent by tapping
Menu and selecting Add Recipients.
3. Move to the Subject field and enter the message
subject.
4. Move to the message field and enter the message text.
5. Select a file attaching icon on the toolbar and select files
you want to add.
Note: If you cannot find the toolbar, tap Menu → Toolbar.
6. Tap Menu to access the following options for composing
a message:
• Preview: shows the multimedia message you
created.
• Add Recipients: allows you to add recipients’
numbers or addresses.
• Insert: allows you to add a media file.
• Attach: allows you to attach a contact card or
calendar item as a digital file format, or a media file.
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• Edit Page: allows you to add or delete pages, change
the text style, or set the page order or duration.
• Save to: allows you to save the message as a draft or
as an MMS template.
• Cancel Message: cancels sending the message.
• MMS Options...: allows you to change the options for
MMS messages. See page 115.
7. When you have finished composing the message, tap
Send.
Viewing SMS or MMS messages
When you receive a new SMS or MMS message, the New
Message icon displays on the top line of the screen. Tap
Message to open the message.
You can also view messages you received, sent, composed
but not sent by accessing the message folders.
Opening the message folders
On the SMS/MMS screen, tap Menu and select Go To →
Folders... The following default folders display:
• Deleted Items: contains messages that have been
deleted from each folder.
• Drafts: stores draft messages that have not been sent.
• Inbox: contains received messages. Received push
message and broadcast messages are also stored in this
folder.
• Outbox: is a temporary storage place for messages
waiting to be sent.
• Sent Items: stores the messages that have been sent.
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Viewing a message
1. Open the message folder you want.
2. Select the message you want to view.
Accessing message options
From any message folder, you can access the following
options by tapping Menu; depending on the selected
folder, available options may vary:
• New: creates a new text or multimedia message.
• Reply: sends a reply to the sender and/or all other
recipients, or forwards the message to other people.
• Mark as Unread/Mark as Read: allows you to mark
the message as unread or read. Unread messages are
boldfaced on the message list.
• Follow up: allows you to add a flag to the message that
creates a follow-up task. You can set a time to be
reminded of the task. This option is available for Outlook
Email messages.
• Move...: allows you to move the message to other
folders.
• Delete All: deletes all of the messages.
• Delete All Read: deletes all of the messages you have
read.
• Go To: allows you to access other folders.
• Tools: allows you to manage messages or message
folders.
• Download Message/Do Not Download: allows you to
set the phone to download the complete contents of the
e-mail from the e-mail server, or cancel the download
setting.
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• Copy to SIM/Copy to Phone: copies the messages to
the SIM card or the phone’s memory. This option is only
available for SMS messages.
• Send/Receive: sends or receives e-mail messages.
• MMS Options...: allows you to change the options for
sending and receiving messages. See the following
section.
Configuring MMS settings
You can change the default MMS settings. From any
message folder, tap Menu → MMS Options... The following
options are available:
• Sending tab: allows you to change the settings for
sending MMS messages.
Priority: You can select the priority level of your
messages.
Expiration: You can select the length of time your
messages are stored in the message centre after they
are sent.
Delivery time: You can select the time delay before
messages are sent.
Message size: You can select the maximum message
size.
Hide address: You can set your caller ID to be hidden
from outgoing messages.
Request delivery report: When this option is
activated, the network informs you whether or not your
message has been delivered.
Request read report: When this option is activated,
your phone sends a request for a read reply along with
your message to the recipient.
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Keep a copy: When this option is activated, your phone
saves the sent message.
• Receiving tab: allows you to change the settings for
receiving MMS messages.
Home network: Set how to retrieve new messages
from the server while in your home network.
Roaming network: Set how to retrieve new messages
from the server while roaming around another network.
Send delivery report: Set the network to inform the
sender when a message is delivered to you.
Send read report: Determine whether or not the
phone sends a read-reply when an incoming message
has been read.
Reject Unknown Sender: Reject messages from
unknown senders.
Advertisement allowed: Accept advertisements.
Information allowed: Accept information messages.
• Profile tab: allows you to set up and activate MMS
profiles which are sets of MMS parameters required to
send or receive MMS messages. To activate a profile,
select it from the profile list.
To edit a profile, tap the profile you want to edit from
the MMS profile list. You can change the following
options:
MMS Profile: Enter the profile name.
MMSC: Enter the URL address of the MMS centre.
Data Connections: Select your network connection
settings.
Gateway: Select a protocol to be used for connecting to
the MMS centre.
IP Address: Enter the IP address of the gateway.
Port: Enter the port number of the gateway.
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• Compose tab: allows you to change message
composing options:
MMS Class: Select the type of message content you will
add or the message size.
Creation Mode: Select an MMS creation mode.
• About tab: shows version and copyright information.
Configuring WAP push message
You can change settings for receiving push messages from
the web server.
1. From the Start menu, tap Settings → Personal tab →
Phone.
2. In the More tab, tap WAP push message → Get
settings...
3. Select Save to Inbox to receive the push messages in
Inbox.
4. If you select Run immediately, your phone
automatically launches the web browser when a service
loading push message is delivered.
Select Open after confirmation to open a window
requiring your confirmation to access to the web, or
select Open without confirmation to access to the
web immediately.
Inserting signatures into messages
You can specify a signature to be automatically inserted
into SMS or e-mail messages that you send.
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To specify a signature:
1. From any message folder, tap Menu and select Tools →
Options... → Accounts tab.
2. Tap Signatures...
3. Select the account for which you want to specify from
the Select an account field.
4. Tap the Use signature with this account check box.
5. To insert a signature in every messages, including when
you reply to or forward the message, select Use when
replying and forwarding.
6. Enter a signature to be inserted and tap
.
Internet Explorer
Use Microsoft® Internet Explorer Mobile to view Web or
WAP pages. You can browse in either of these ways:
• During synchronisation with your computer, download
your favourite links and mobile favourites that are
stored in the Mobile Favorites folder in Internet
Explorer on the computer.
• Connect to an Internet service provider (ISP) or network
and browse the Web. To do this, you need to create a
connection first as described on page 187.
• When connected to an ISP or network, you can also
download files and programs from the Internet.
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To open Internet Explorer:
From the Start menu, tap Internet Explorer.
Note: You can set the phone to automatically find a network
to be used for accessing Internet services, or select a
network connection you want. To change a connection
setting, tap the Start menu and select Settings →
Connections tab → Browser Connection.
Browsing the Internet
1. To connect and start browsing, do one of the following:
• Enter the web address you want to visit in the Address
bar and then tap . You can also tap the down arrow
in the Address bar to choose one from previously
entered addresses.
• Tap Favorites to display the list of favourites and then
tap on what you want to open.
• Tap Menu → History... to open the list of the web
addresses you have accessed. Tap on the page you
want to go.
2. Tap a link on the web browser to open the associated
web page.
While processing,
web browser.
appears on the bottom right of the
Note: To add a favourite link while using the Internet Explorer,
go to the page you want to add, tap and hold on the
page, and tap Add to Favorites.
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Navigating the Internet Explorer
From web pages, you can use the following options:
• To return to the previous page, tap Back.
• To move to the previously visited page, tap Menu →
Forward.
• To return to the homepage, tap Menu → Home.
• To refresh the connection, tap Menu → Refresh.
• To change the text size, tap Menu → View → Text Size
→ an option.
• To view information on the web page, tap Menu →
Tools → Properties...
Using the Favourites list
You can store your favourite links while using the Internet
Browser and then access them easily at a later time.
Categorising them enables you to find them more quickly.
Adding a web page to the Favourites list
1. Go to the page you want to add, tap Menu → Add to
Favorites...
2. Change the name for the favourite link, if necessary.
3. Select a category under which you want to save the
favourite link.
You can also create a new category. See “Managing
Favourites categories.”
4. Tap Add.
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Opening a link through the Favourites list
1. On the Internet Explorer screen, tap Menu →
Favorites...
2. Tap the link you want to access.
If the link you want is in a certain folder, open the folder
and scroll to the link.
Managing Favourites categories
You can create a new category for saving favourite web
pages, and rename or delete the created categories.
To add a category:
1. On the Internet Explorer screen, tap Menu →
Favorites...
2. Tap the Add/Delete tab.
3. Tap New Folder.
4. Enter a category name and tap Add.
To edit the categories:
Scroll to the folder you want, tap Add... or Delete to add a
link or delete the selected folder.
Changing Explorer options
You can customise web browsing options, change the
connection settings, and clear memory.
On the Internet Explorer screen, tap Menu → Tools →
Options...
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The following options are available in each tab:
• General tab: You can set the startup homepage of
Internet Explorer or select the text encoding type to
use.
• Memory tab: You can set the length of time for which
web pages you have previously accessed are saved and
clear the history. You can also delete web content in the
phone’s memory.
• Security tab: You can delete cookies and change a
cookie option or security settings.
Opera Browser
Use Opera Browser to view all your favourite web pages on
your phone.
Opera Browser reformats web pages to fit the screen of
your phone. Also, it can load a page without graphics.
To open Opera Browser:
From the Start menu, tap Programs → Extras → Opera
Browser.
Browsing the Internet
To connect and start browsing, do one of the following:
• Enter the web address you want to visit in the Address
bar and then tap . You can also tap the down arrow in
the Address bar to choose one from previously entered
addresses.
• Tap Action → Go to and enter the web address you
want to visit. Tap OK to open the web page.
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• Tap Action → Go to → Bookmarks or History and
select a web page from the bookmark or history list.
Navigating the Opera Browser
From web pages, you can use the following options:
• To return to the homepage, tap Action → Go to
homepage.
• To return to the previous page, tap Action → Back.
• To move to the previously visited page, tap Action →
Forwards.
• To refresh the connection, tap Menu → Reload.
• To change the display options, tap Menu → Display →
an option.
Using the Favourites list
You can store your favourite links while using the Opera
Browser and then access them easily at a later time.
Categorising them enables you to find them more quickly.
Adding a web page to the Favourites list
1. Go to the page you want to add, tap Action →
Bookmark this page.
2. Change the name for the favourite link, if necessary.
3. Select a category under which you want to save the
favourite link from the Folder field.
You can also create a new category. See “Managing
Favorites categories.”
4. Tap Ok.
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Opening a link through the Favorites list
1. On the Opera Browser screen, tap Menu → Tools →
Manage bookmarks.
2. Scroll to the link you want to access.
If the link you want is in a certain folder, open the folder
and scroll to the link.
3. Tap Open.
Managing Favorites categories
You can create a new category for saving favourite web
pages, and rename or delete the created categories.
To add a category:
1. On the Opera Browser screen, tap Menu → Tools →
Manage bookmarks.
2. Tap Menu → Create folder.
3. Enter a category name and tap Ok.
To edit the categories:
Scroll to the category you want, tap Menu → Edit or
Delete to rename or delete the selected category.
Changing Opera Browser options
You can customise web browsing options, change the
connection settings, and clear memory. On the Opera
Browser screen, tap Menu → Tools → Settings.
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The following options are available:
• General: You can set the homepage of the Opera
Browser and block the pop-up windows. You can also
select a minimum font size.
• History: You can delete the history of accessed web
pages and clear the cache. You can also delete cookies.
• Network: You can select security protocols.
• Connections: You can select a network to connect to
Opera Browser. If you select Automatically detect
settings, your phone automatically detects network
settings from your service provider.
• Misc.: You can set additional settings to use the Opera
Browser.
RSS Reader
RSS Reader allows quick and easy access to real-time
news, headlines, and more. It will collect news from
various websites and provides it to you in a simple form.
To do this, you need to create the connection first as
described on page 187.
To open RSS Reader:
From the Start menu, tap Programs → Extras → RSS
Reader. The news feed list appears.
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Reading the latest news
1. From the news feed list, scroll to a feed and tap Menu →
Update. The phone connects to the network and
updates the news Feed list with the latest news.
2. Tap Done to return to the feed list.
3. Select a different feed.
4. Select a headline which interests you. The web browser
launches and you can access the corresponding news
website.
Searching for news reports
You can search for news reports by entering a keyword for
the subjects in which you have an interest.
1. Tap Menu → New Subscription → Online Search.
2. Enter a keyword and tap Search. Your phone searches
for related reports on the Internet and displays the
results.
3. Select the headline you want.
Exporting or importing feeds
You can export a feed as an OPML (Offline Processor
Markup Language) file format or import OPML files from
other sources.
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To export a feed:
1. Scroll to a feed from the list.
2. Tap Menu → OPML → Export.
3. Select the file folder in which you want to save the file.
4. Enter a file name and tap Save.
5. Tap
.
To import a feed:
1. Scroll to the folder to which you want to import a feed.
2. Tap Menu → OPML → Import.
3. Choose Select OPML file to import a feed from an
OPML file, or Enter OPML URL to import a feed from a
web site.
4. Select the file to import or enter a URL address and tap
Select.
Changing RSS Reader settings
Tap Menu → Options to access the following options:
• General tab: allows you to change the settings for feed
updates.
Feed update method: Update the Feed list manually
or automatically.
Update interval settings: Update the Feed list
automatically at the specified interval.
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Update feeds on startup: Update the Feed list when
you turn on your phone.
Update after ActiveSync: Update the Feed list after
using ActiveSync.
• New Items tab: allows you to set options for receiving
new items.
Setting up new item: Select the option for setting up
a new item.
Display new item: Set the maximum number of new
items to be displayed.
• Page tab: allows you to set options for deleting pages.
Delete expired page today after: Select the option
for deleting expired pages.
Delete automatically after these pages: Set the
maximum number of expired pages to be stored.
Podcasts
In Podcasts, you can access and enjoy online music
services and create your own playlists.
To open Podcasts:
From the Start menu, tap → Programs → Extras →
Podcasts.
Searching for audio and video files
1. From the Podcasts screen, select Podcast.
2. Tap Menu → New Subscription → Online Search.
3. Enter a keyword and tap Search. Your phone searches
for related reports on the Internet and displays the
results.
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Playing the stored audio and video files
1. From the Podcasts screen, select Episode List, Last 10
Podcasts, or Library.
2. Scroll to a file and tap Menu → Play.
Note: You can open the other playlist by tapping Change.
Updating the library
You can update the audio and video library, and playlists
with new files.
1. From the Podcasts screen, select Podcast or Episode
List.
2. Tap Menu → Update.
Note: To select the memory location for downloading, tap
Menu → Options from the Podcasts screen.
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This chapter explains how to use Personal Information
Management (PIM) programs to keep track of contacts and
appointments, and make a list of tasks you need to do.
Contacts
Contacts maintains a list of your friends and colleagues so
that you can easily find the information you are looking for,
whether you are at home or on the road.
To open Contacts:
Tap Contacts from the Today screen. You can also tap the
Start menu → Address Book → Contacts.
Creating a contact
You can create a new contact in Contacts and on the SIM
card.
Creating a contact in your phone’s memory
1. On the contact list, tap New → Outlook Contact.
2. Enter a name and other contact information. You will
need to scroll down to see all available fields.
3. To assign a specific caller ID image to the contact, tap
the Picture field and select a picture.
4. To assign the contact to a category, scroll to and tap the
Categories field and then select a category from the list
and tap
. You can also add a new category by tapping
New.
You can display contacts on the list by category.
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5. To add notes, tap the Notes tab and make a note.
6. When you have finished, tap
to save the contact.
Creating a contact on the SIM card
1. On the contact list, tap New → SIM Contact.
2. Enter contact information.
3. Tap
.
Creating a contact from the Dialling screen
1. On the Today screen, press
screen.
to open the Dialling
2. Enter the phone number.
3. Tap Menu → Save to Contacts.
4. Select a contact or <New Contact>.
5. Enter contact information.
6. When you have finished, tap
.
Viewing and editing a contact
When you access Contacts, the contact list displays the
names of your contacts alphabetically, along with an
abbreviation for the primary contact number or e-mail
address, such as the person’s work phone number (w) or
mobile phone number (m).
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Note: To change the way information is displayed on the list,
tap Menu → Options... and select Show
alphabetical index or Show contact names only
under List view settings.
1. On the contact list, tap the Enter a name... box and
enter the name you want to view.
If the contact is assigned to a certain category, tap
Menu → Filter and select the category you want. A list
of contacts placed in that category displays.
Note: When you enter the first few letters of the name you
want to view, the names in Contacts are listed,
highlighting the name that most closely matches your
input.
2. Tap the contact. A summary screen is displayed.
3. Tap Menu → Edit and edit the contact information.
4. Tap
to save the changes.
Making a call from the contact list
1. On the contact list, tap and hold the contact you want to
call.
2. Tap Call Work, Call Home, or Call Mobile.
You can also call the contact while viewing the selected
contact’s information. Tap the phone number you want to
call.
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Sending a message to a contact
1. On the contact list, tap and hold the contact to which
you want to send a message.
2. On the pop-up menu, tap Send E-mail, Send MMS, or
Send Text Message, depending upon the type of
message to send.
Note: To send an e-mail message, you must have an e-mail
address configured for the contact. To send a text
message, you must have a text message number for
the contact, which is usually the mobile phone number.
Sending a contact
You can send a contact card to another phone via SMS or
Bluetooth.
Tap a contact on the list and tap Menu → Send Contact:
• To send via SMS, select SMS/MMS. For details, see
page 111.
• To send via Bluetooth, select Beam. For details, see
page 183.
Deleting a contact
Note: If you delete a contact on your phone’s memory and
synchronise Contacts with your computer, you also
delete the contact in Outlook on your computer.
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1. On the contact list, tap and hold the contact you want to
delete.
2. Tap Delete Contact.
3. Tap Yes to permanently delete the contact.
Calendar
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).
To open Calendar:
From the Start menu, tap Organiser → Calendar.
Creating an appointment
1. On the calendar screen, tap Menu → New
Appointment.
2. Enter or change desired information.
You will need to hide the input panel to see all available
fields.
3. To assign the appointment to a category, tap the
Categories field and then select a category from the
list. You can also create a new category by tapping
New.
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4. To prevent other people from viewing the appointment,
scroll to and tap the Sensitivity field and select
Private. The private appointment is marked with a key
icon when you view it.
5. To add notes, tap the Notes tab and make a note.
6. When you have finished, tap
appointment.
to save the
Note: If you select Remind me in the Reminder field of an
appointment, your phone will remind you according to
the options set in the Start menu → Settings →
Personal tab → Sounds & Notifications.
Viewing and editing an appointment
You can view your appointments in the different views:
Agenda, Day, Week, Month, or Year and edit the
appointments. By default, the Calendar first appears in the
Agenda view, which provides the most detail about your
appointment.
Note: You can customise the Calendar display, such as
changing the first day of the week, by tapping Menu →
Tools → Options... on the Calendar screen. For details,
see the online help.
1. On the appointment list, select the date of the
appointment in the date field at the top of the screen.
2. Tap the appointment you want to view.
A summary screen is displayed.
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3. Tap Menu → Edit and edit the appointment information.
4. Tap
to save the changes.
Creating meeting requests
You can use Calendar to set up meetings with users of
Outlook or Pocket Outlook. The meeting request will be
sent automatically either when you synchronise Inbox or
when you connect to your e-mail server.
1. While creating an appointment, scroll to and tap the
Attendees field.
2. Add the meeting attendees you want by selecting Add
Required Attendee... or Add Optional Attendee...
To add more meeting attendees, repeat this step.
3. Messaging automatically creates a meeting request and
sends it to the attendees the next time you synchronise
with your computer. Any textual notes entered in the
Notes tab (excluding writings or recordings) will be also
sent.
Note: If you are sending the meeting request through a
connection to an ISP or the network, rather than
through synchronisation with your computer, tap Menu
→ Tools → Options... → Appointments tab. In Send
meeting requests via, tap the service you want to use
to send the meeting request.
4. Tap
to save the meeting request.
For more information on sending and receiving meeting
requests, see the Calendar online help and Inbox online
help.
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Deleting an appointment
1. On the appointment list, tap and hold the appointment
you want to delete.
2. Select Delete Appointment from the pop-up menu.
3. Tap Yes to permanently delete the appointment.
Beaming an appointment
1. On the appointment list, tap and hold the appointment
you want to beam.
2. Select Beam Appointment... from the pop-up menu.
For details, see page 183.
Notes
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.
To open Notes:
From the Start menu, tap Programs → Notes.
Creating a note
1. On the Note screen, tap New.
2. Enter a note.
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3. When you have finished, tap
to save the note.
Viewing and editing a note
When you access the Notes application, the note list
displays the first line of each note you create. This makes it
easy to locate and review your notes. You can easily sort
notes on the note list.
1. On the note list, tap the note you want to view.
If the note is assigned to a certain category, tap the
folder field and select the folder from the list.
2. Edit the note information.
3. Tap
to save the changes.
Deleting a note
1. On the note list, tap and hold the note you want to
delete.
2. Select Delete from the pop-up menu.
3. Tap Yes to permanently delete the note.
Tasks
The Tasks application is a convenient place to create
reminders of the things that you have to do. A task can be
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entered to occur once or repeatedly, depending on the
demands of the task.
To open Tasks:
From the Start menu, tap Organiser → Tasks.
Creating a task
1. On the Tasks screen, tap Menu → New Task.
To quickly create a task with only a subject, tap Tap
here to add a new task box at the top of the screen.
Then enter your task information and tap the screen. If
you cannot see the box, tap Menu → Options... →
Show Tasks entry bar.
2. Enter a description of the task.
3. To set a reminder for the task, tap the Due field and set
a due date. Then tap the Reminder field and select
Remind me. You can set the time and date you are
alerted to the task.
Note: To be automatically reminded of new tasks with a due
date, on the task list, tap Menu → Options... → Set
reminders for new items.
4. To assign the task to a category, scroll to and tap the
Categories field and then select a category from the
list. You can also add a new category by tapping New.
5. To prevent other people from viewing the task
information, tap the Sensitivity field and select
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Private. The private task is marked with a key icon
when you view it.
6. To add a note, tap the Notes tab and make a note.
7. When you have finished, tap
to save the task.
Viewing and editing a task
When you access the Tasks application, the task list
displays.
Note: To display the start and due dates on the task list, tap
Menu → Options... → Show start and due dates.
1. On the task list, tap the task you want to view.
A summary screen is displayed.
2. Tap Edit and edit the task information.
3. Tap
to save the changes.
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Completing or deleting a task
To mark a task as completed:
On the task list, tap the check box next to the task.
To delete a task:
1. On the task list, tap and hold the task you want to
delete.
2. On the pop-up menu, tap Delete Task. The next time
you synchronise, the task will be deleted from the
computer.
3. Tap Yes to permanently delete the task.
Alarms
You can use the alarm clock to set a wake-up alarm or set
an alarm to remind you of an appointment.
To open Alarms:
From the Start menu, tap Programs → Alarms.
Setting a wake-up alarm
1. On the alarm list, select Wake-up alarm.
2. Check a box, enter the time for the wake-up alarm to
sound, and select the days when the wake-up alarm
rings in the week viewer.
You can set the wake-up alarm at 3 different times.
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3. Select a melody for the alarm in the Tone field.
4. Select a time interval to resume the alarm in the
Snooze field.
5. Tap Done.
Setting an alarm
1. On the alarm list, select one of Alarm 1 to Alarm 4.
You can add alarms by tapping Menu and selecting Add
alarm.
2. Set each alarm option.
3. Tap Done.
Stopping an alarm
• To stop an alarm, tap Ok. When a wake-up alarm rings,
tap Dismiss to stop it, or tap Snooze to set the alarm
to ring again after the specified snooze interval.
• To deactivate an alarm, select the one you want from
the alarm list, select Off on the Activation field.
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Camera
With the built-in camera of your phone, you can take
photos or record videos of people or events while on the
move. Your phone produces JPEG photos and 3GP videos.
Note: While using the camera, you cannot launch the Mini
player.
To open Camera:
From the Start menu, tap Programs → Camera. You can
also press and hold
on the right side of the phone.
Taking photos
1. When you turn on the camera, the Camera mode
displays.
2. Adjust the image to be captured.
• Drag your finger up or down across the trackpad to
zoom in or out. The zoom level may vary depending on
the image resolution.
• Drag your finger left or right across the trackpad to
adjust the brightness.
• Tap the onscreen camera option icons to change the
camera settings.
3. Tap
, or press
or
to take a photo. The taken
photo displays on the preview screen.
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4. To save the photo and return the display to Camera
mode, tap
. The photo is saved in the My Pictures
folder.
To delete it and return to the Camera preview screen,
tap Delete.
Setting camera options
You can customise the camera settings.
On the Camera preview screen, tap Menu and drag your
finger left or right across the trackpad to scroll through the
options, or tap the camera option icons on the screen.
The following options are available:
• Mode: switches between Camera mode and Camcorder
mode.
• Shot mode: changes the camera shooting mode.
Single shot: takes a normal single shot.
Multi shot: takes a series of stills. You can select the
default number of photos the camera will take in the
Camera tab in Options of Tools.
Night shot: takes a photo in Night shot mode.
• Picture size: allows you to select an image size.
• Picture quality: allows you to select an image quality.
• White balance: allows you to customise the white
balance to make your photo look warmer or cooler,
depending on lighting conditions.
• Timer: Allows you to set a time delay before the
camera takes a photo.
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• Effect: Allows you to apply a special effect.
• Tools: allows you to change the default settings for
Camera. See “Changing default camera settings."
Viewing photos
To view photos you have taken, tap View in Camera mode.
The photos in the My Pictures folder appears. For further
details, see page 156.
Tap Camera to return to the Camera preview screen.
Recording a video
1. From the Camera mode, tap
on the top line of the
screen and select Camcorder to switch to Camcorder
mode.
2. Adjust the image to be recorded.
• Drag your finger up or down across the trackpad to
zoom in or out. The zoom level may vary depending on
the image resolution.
• Drag your finger left or right across the trackpad to
adjust the brightness.
• Tap the onscreen camera option icons to change the
camcorder settings.
3. Tap
, or press
or
to start recording.
4. When you have finished recording, tap
.
, or press
or
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5. To play back the video clip, tap
.
To save the video clip and return the display to
Camcorder mode, tap
. The video clip is saved in the
My Videos folder.
Setting camcorder options
You can customise the camcorder settings.
On the Camcorder preview screen, tap Menu and drag
your finger left or right across the trackpad to scroll
through the options, or tap the camcorder icons on the
screen.
The following icons are available:
• Mode: switches between Camera mode and Camcorder
mode.
• Video mode: select a video recording mode. Select
Limit for MMS to record a video suitable for an MMS or
e-mail message. Select No limit to record a video
within the limit of the currently available memory.
• Video size: allows you to select a video frame size.
• Video quality: allows you to select an image quality.
• White balance: allows you to customise the white
balance to make your video image look warmer or
cooler, depending on lighting conditions.
• Timer: allows you to set a time delay before the camera
records a video.
• Effect: allows you to apply a special effect.
• Audio: selects whether or not you record a video with
audio.
• Tools: allows you to change the default settings for
Camera. See “Changing default camera settings."
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Playing videos
To view the video clips you have recorded, tap View in
Camcorder mode. The video clips in the My Videos folder
appears. For further details, see page 158.
Changing default camera settings
To customise the default camera settings, tap Menu and
select Tools → Options.
The following options are available:
• General tab: You can customise the general settings for
the Camera program.
Default Storage: allows you to select the default
memory location.
Review Screen: allows you to view the photo or video
clip directly after taking or recording it.
Camera Time Out: allows you to set the period of time
the camera waits before turning itself off when it is not
used.
• Camera tab: You can customise the settings for Camera
mode.
Multi shot: allows you to set the number of photos and
the shooting speed.
Sound: allows you to select sounds for the shutter
release, zooming, and brightness adjustment.
• Camcorder tab: You can customise the settings for
Camcorder mode.
Sound: allows you to enable or disable the sound effect
when recording begins or ends.
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Windows Media Player
Your phone is equipped with Microsoft Windows Media
Player. With Windows Media Player, you can play Windows
Media Audio, Windows Media Video, and MP3 audio files
that are stored on your phone, on a memory card, or on
the Web.
To open Windows Media Player:
From the Start menu, tap Programs → Windows Media.
Preparing media files
You can copy media files from your desktop computer to
the phone using the Windows Media Player or ActiveSync.
You can also copy media files using a memory card.
Note: If you have stored too many files in memory, the
operation speed of the system slows down. Using an
optional memory card helps you clear up this problem
and lets you enjoy more music files.
About DRM, licences, and protected files
Some digital media files, such as songs downloaded from
online stores, are encrypted to prevent the files from being
unlawfully distributed or shared. Content providers use a
technology called Digital Rights Management (DRM), to
encrypt the files. During the encryption process, the
content provider creates a licence which specifies how and
when the file can be used.
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For example, a content provider could create a licence that
allows you to play a certain file on your computer, but not
on your phone. Or, a licence that allows you to play a
certain file on your phone, but only for a month, or perhaps
only a certain number of times. Files that have licences
associated with them are called protected files.
Copying media files using ActiveSync
1. Connect your phone to a computer and start
synchronisation by referring to page 64.
2. Open the file directory on the phone by clicking Explore
from the Microsoft ActiveSync window.
3. Drag the media files you want to copy and drop them
into a folder.
Windows Media Player automatically retrieves the media
files from the folder where the files are copied and you
can search them from the library screen. If the media
files do not appear in the library, update the library by
tapping Menu and selecting Update Library....
Copying media files using the Windows Media
Player program on your computer
You can use the desktop Windows Media Player to copy
media files. Using the desktop Windows Media Player
ensures that licences are copied with protected files.
Make sure that you have Windows Media Player 11 or later
versions on your desktop computer. Depending on the
version of your Windows Media Player, the procedure to
copy files may vary.
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1. Connect your phone to the desktop computer and start
synchronisation.
2. Open Windows Media Player on the computer.
3. Click the Sync tab.
4. Select and drag the media files you want to synchronise
to the right pane of the window.
5. Click Start Sync.
The selected files are converted and copied to the
phone.
Using libraries
A library is a file list provided by Windows Media Player to
retrieve media files in the phone’s memory or a memory
card.
The Library screen contains categories, such as My Music,
My Videos, My TV, and My Playlists. Using the Library
screen, you can sort your content by criteria, such as artist
name, album title, or genre.
From the Windows Media Player main screen, tap Menu →
Library... Then, on the Library screen, tap Menu to access
the following options:
• Queue Up: adds the selected file to the end of the
current playlist.
• Delete from Library: deletes the selected file from the
library.
• Now Playing: opens the current playlist.
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• Library: allows you to select the library that you want
to view (for example, the library of files stored on your
phone or a memory card).
• Update Library...: adds new files to the library by
searching your phone or a memory card. When adding
files has been finished, tap Done.
• Open File...: allows you to search for media files you
want to play from the file system.
• Open URL...: allows you to specify a URL address for a
streaming service.
• Properties: displays information about the selected
file.
Playing music or video files
If you have copied media files in your phone’s memory or
memory card, you can play them from Windows Media
Player.
Playing media files from a library
1. On the Library screen, if necessary, tap Menu and
select Library and then select the memory from which
you want to retrieve files.
2. Tap Menu and select Update Library...
3. When libraries have been updated, tap Done.
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4. Select a category.
5. Scroll to the library you want to play and tap Play.
Note: If the file does not appear in a library, on the Library
screen, tap Menu → Open File... On the File System
screen, select the file you want to play.
The player screen displays and the selected file plays.
You can use the following options during playback:
• To adjust the Windows Media volume, tap
can view the volume level on the screen.
or
. You
• To access the next file, tap .
• To access the previous file, tap .
• To play the files in the playlist randomly or repeatedly,
tap Menu → Shuffle/Repeat.
• To view the video on a full screen, tap Menu → Full
Screen.
• To stop playback, tap Menu → Stop.
Playing media files on a network
1. On the Library screen, tap Menu → Open URL...
2. Enter a URL in the URL field, or scroll to a URL that you
have used in the History field.
3. Tap OK.
Note: To play streaming media files, you must be connected
to a network. For more information on creating a
remote connection between your portable phone and a
network, see the Connection online help.
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Setting up a playlist
You can add media files on the Library screen to a
temporary playlist. It lists the currently playing file, as well
as any files that have been queued up to play next.
Creating a playlist
1. On the Library screen, select the category you want and
scroll to the file you want to play.
2. If the file does not appear on the list, tap Menu →
Update Library... You can also select Open File... to
display the File System screen and search for the files
you want.
3. Select a file and tap Menu → Queue Up.
4. Repeat from step 1 to add more files.
5. Tap
to return to the Windows Media player screen.
Opening the playlist
On the Windows Media Player screen, tap Now Playing.
The Now Playing screen displays.
Editing the playlist
• To change the play order, tap
or
Menu → Move Up or Move Down.
• To go to the library, tap
Library...
. You can also tap
. You can also tap Menu →
• To delete the selected file from the current playlist, tap
. You can also tap Menu → Remove from Playlist.
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• To display the file information, tap
Menu → Properties.
. You can also tap
• To clear the playlist, tap Menu → Clear Now Playing.
Changing Windows Media Player settings
You can customise the appearance and functionality of
Windows Media Player. On the Windows Media Player
screen, tap Menu → Options...
You can use the following options:
• Playback tab: selects the options for playback. You can
select the way time is displayed on the player screen, or
whether or not to pause playback when you launch
another program, and resume playback after a phone
call.
• Video tab: selects the viewing options for playing
videos, such as shrinking oversized videos and playing
videos in a full screen.
• Network tab: changes network connection settings to
be used for playing streaming videos.
• Library tab: selects whether the player screen or the
Library screen is displayed when you open Windows
Media Player.
• Skins tab: changes the appearance of the player
screen.
• Buttons tab: assigns Windows Media Player functions to
the keys on your phone to quickly control playback
without having to use the menus.
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Mini player
The Mini player allows you to listen to music and control
the player while you work.
To open the Mini player:
From the Start menu, tap Programs → Extras → Mini
Player. The Mini player appears at the bottom of the
screen. You can also press
at the right side of the key.
Note: For creating or editing a playlist, see the Windows
Media Player. On the Mini player, tap
to open
Windows Media Player.
Use the following keys to control the Mini player:
• To start playback, tap
• To pause playback, tap
.
.
• To move to the next file, tap
.
• To return to the previous file, tap
• To mute playback, tap
.
.
Video Player
With Video Player, you can play video files that are stored
on your phone, on a memory card, or on the Web.
1. From the Start menu, tap Programs → VideoPlayer.
The thumbnail image list appears.
2. Scroll to the file you want to play and press
.
Or, when you select a video file on the web, the video
player screen displays and the selected file plays.
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You can use the following options during playback:
• To pause playback, tap
paused.
. Live streams cannot be
• To resume playback, tap
• To stop playback, tap
Video Player.
.
. In some cases, tapping
• To adjust the volume, tap
exits
.
• To view the video on a full screen, tap Fullscreen.
• To save a video from the web, tap Tools → Save Clip.
You may not be able to save some types of videos.
• To display the file information, tap Tools → Properties.
• To continue playback of the file, tap Tools → Loop.
• To return to the thumbnail image list, tap Option →
Clips...
If the file is saved on the phone or a memory card, you can
rename and delete the file, and move it from the phone to
the memory card. From the thumbnail image list, tap File
→ an option.
Media Album
This program allows you to access all of your pictures,
sound clips, video clips, and document files stored in your
phone's directory or from a memory card.
To open Media Album:
From the Start menu, tap Programs → Media Album.
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Viewing a picture
1. Open the My Pictures folder from the category field.
2. Select the thumbnail image of the picture you want.
3. Tap
or
to view other pictures.
While viewing a picture, you can use the following options:
• To zoom in or out, tap Zoom to switch to Zoom mode,
and then tap
or
. To fit the image to the screen,
tap . To return to the normal mode, tap
.
• To edit the picture, press Menu and select Edit Image.
You can then edit the picture by tapping the editing tools
at the bottom of the screen.
• To set the picture as wallpaper for the Today screen or
caller ID image for a contact card, tap Menu → Set as →
an option.
• To send the picture, tap Menu → Send → a sending
method. See page 159.
Viewing pictures as a slide show
You can view all of your pictures as a slide show, a
sequential presentation of each image in the current
album.
Viewing a slide show
From the thumbnail image list, tap Menu → Play Slide
Show. The slide show begins on a full screen.
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• To pause the slide show, tap on the screen and then
.
• To stop the slide show and return to the previous
screen, tap on the screen and then
.
• To scroll through the pictures, tap on the screen and
then
or
.
Customising slide show settings
From the thumbnail image list, tap Menu and select Slide
Show Options... to access the following options:
• Repeat: sets the slide show of images to repeat.
• Duration: sets the length of time each photo remains
on the screen.
• Transition effect: selects a slide show effect.
• Show direction: sets the slide show direction.
Playing a sound or video clip
1. Select My Music or My Videos.
2. Select the thumbnail image of the sound or video clips
you want. The file plays in Windows Media player.
Viewing a document
1. Open the folder you want.
2. Select thumbnail image of the document files you want.
The file opens.
Note: Depending on the amount of memory being currently
used, some documents may not properly open.
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Sending a file
You can send a file to another phone via MMS, e-mail, or an
active Bluetooth connection.
Open a folder, if necessary, and scroll to the file you want.
• To send via MMS or e-mail, tap Menu → Send → as
Message. For details, see page 112.
• To send via Bluetooth, tap Menu → Send → via
Bluetooth. For details, see page 183.
Copying or moving a file
1. Open the folder you want and scroll to the file you want.
2. Tap Menu and select Edit → Copy or Cut.
3. Select the folder to which you want to copy or move the
file.
4. Tap and hold the screen within the selected folder and
select Paste from the pop-up menu.
Deleting a file
1. Open the folder you want and scroll to the file you want.
2. Tap Menu and select Delete.
3. Tap Yes to confirm the deletion.
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Photo Slides
Photo Slides allows you to set up photo albums and view
your favourite photos (JPEG). A photo album saves copies
of photos in the phone’s memory and allows you to cut,
delete, or edit photos in the photo album, keeping the
original files. You can also play photo slide shows with
background music.
To open Photo Slides:
From the Start menu, tap Programs → Photo Slides.
Creating a photo album
1. From the thumbnail image viewer, tap Menu → Create
album.
2. Enter an album name and the date when the album is
made and tap OK.
Adding photos to a photo album
1. From the thumbnail image viewer, select the photo you
want or drag to select multiple photos.
2. Tap and hold the photo(s) and tap Copy.
You can also drag the photo(s) to the photo album you
want.
3. Tap and hold in the photo album to which you want to
add the photo(s) and tap Paste.
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Viewing photos
1. From the thumbnail image viewer, select a photo album
→ a photo.
2. Tap the left or right arrow to view other photos.
3. Tap Zoom to switch to Zoom mode and move the zoom
slider to zoom in or out.
4. Use the following zooming icons:
•
: displays the photo in actual size.
•
: opens the zoom panel. Move the red frame to
navigate your zoomed image.
•
: fits the photo to the screen.
5. Tap
to return to the thumbnail image viewer.
Note: In the thumbnail image viewer, you can use Zoom
mode. Tap Zoom and drag your finger left or right
across the trackpad to zoom in or out. This function is
available only if you select 4-way Navigation for
using the trackpad. See page 37.
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Viewing a slide show
You can view all of photos in a photo album as a slide show
with background music.
From the thumbnail image viewer, select a photo album
and tap Menu → Slide show. The slide show begins.
While viewing a slide show, tap on the screen to display the
slide show icons and:
• Tap
or
also press
• Tap
to pause or play the slide show. You can
.
to stop the slide show.
• Tap
or
to scroll through the photos.
• Tap
to rotate the images.
• Tap
to select background music for the slide show.
• Drag your finger up or down across the trackpad to
adjust the volume of background music if you select
4-way Navigation for using the trackpad. The number
next to the background music icon indicates the volume
level.
• Tap
or press
to end the slide show.
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Editing photos
1. From the thumbnail image viewer, select a photo.
2. Tap Zoom → Edit.
The following editing tools appear.
Rotate the image
clockwise.
Rotate the image
counterclockwise.
Enhance the image
by applying different
filters, like sharpness
and contrast.
Crop the image.
Apply special effects
to the image.
Cancel applying special
effects and return to the
original image.
You can also use the editing options by tapping Menu →
Rotate Left, Rotate Right, Crop, or Effect.
Deleting a photo or photo album
To delete a photo, tap and hold the photo and select
Delete photo from the pop-up menu.
To delete a photo album, tap and hold the photo album title
bar and select Delete album from the pop-up menu.
Checking the file directory
You can open File Explorer to check the file directory. Tap
and hold a folder and select Open file explorer from the
pop-up menu.
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Games
Your phone includes fun games, such as Bubble Breaker
and Solitaire in Games. You can also download and play
new Java games.
Note: For details about game, see the online help.
Playing Bubble Breaker
The object of Bubble Breaker is to clear out all the balls.
The rule is that you may only clear out adjacent samecoloured balls. The score depends on clear out every balls.
1. From the Start menu, tap Programs → Games →
Bubble Breaker → New Game.
2. Tap Yes to start a new game.
3. Tap the ball you want to clear.
The group will be outlined and the score for that
selection will be shown.
4. Tap the balls again to accept that selection. The selected
balls are cleared out.
Tap Menu → Statistics to view statistics or information
about the game.
You can customise the game options such as play sounds,
game style, or ball colour by tapping Menu → Options...
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Playing solitaire
The object of Solitaire is to use all the cards in the deck to
build up the four suit stacks in ascending order, beginning
with aces.
1. From the Start menu, tap Programs → Games →
Solitaire → Menu → New Game. The game starts.
2. Move any aces on the seven stacks to the four card
spaces on the left of the screen and then make any
other available plays.
3. When you have made all available plays, tap Draw to
turn over cards.
Java
Java is a folder where downloaded games are stored.
To open Java:
From the Start menu, tap Programs → Extras → Java.
Downloading new games
Tap Download. Your phone will launch the Internet
Explorer to a default game website. You can then browse
the website which provides you with the latest news and
information about games and game downloads, and
download games of your choice.
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Playing a game
Select one from the game list. How to play may vary from
game to game.
Calculator
The calculator allows you to perform general mathematical
functions, such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, and
division.
Using the calculator
1. From the Start menu, tap Programs → Calculator.
2. Enter the first number using the calculator buttons on
the screen.
To clear the displayed numbers, tap C.
To clear the last digit entered in a multi digit entry, tap
the arrow at the right of the entry box.
3. Tap the math function.
4. Enter the second number.
5. To view the result, tap =.
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You can use the following buttons on the screen:
• C: clears the number you entered.
• MC: clears any value that is stored in the calculator’s
memory.
• MR: recalls the stored value from memory and inserts it
into the current calculation.
• M+: adds the current number to the value stored in the
calculator’s memory.
Smart Converter
In Smart Converter, you can perform unit conversions.
1. From the Start menu, tap Programs → Extras →
SmartConverter.
2. Select a converter type in the upper field.
3. Select an original unit and enter the value to be
converted in the From field.
4. Select a target unit from the To field. The equivalent
value appears.
Notes:
• To reverse the unit fields for continuous conversions, tap
Menu → Reverse.
• To copy the result value to use it in other applications, tap
Menu → Copy Result.
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Excel Mobile
Excel Mobile works with Microsoft Excel on your computer
to give you easy access to copies of your workbooks. You
can create new workbooks on your phone, or you can copy
workbooks from your computer to your phone. Synchronise
workbooks between your computer and your phone so that
you have the most up-to-date content in both locations.
Creating a workbook
1. From the Start menu, tap Office Mobile → Excel
Mobile. A new workbook opens.
If you have selected a template for new workbooks, that
template appears with text and formatting already
provided. To set a template, on the file list, tap Menu →
Options... → Template for new workbook.
Note: You can open a new workbook by tapping Menu →
File → New.
2. Select a cell. If the cell is not visible, tap Menu → Edit →
Go To... Enter the reference (example:A4) and tap OK.
3. Enter the value or text and press
in the input panel.
Text is automatically aligned to the left.
4. You can edit and format data by tapping Menu → Edit,
Format, and Tools. For more details, see the online
help.
5. Tap
to save the workbook.
The workbook is automatically saved as an Excel Mobile
workbook named Book1.
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Using Excel Mobile workbooks
Excel Mobile contains a list of the excel files stored on your
phone. Tap a file on the list to open it. To delete a file,
make copies of a file, or send a file, tap and hold the file on
the list. Then select the appropriate action from the pop-up
menu. Excel Mobile provides fundamental spreadsheet
tools, such as formulas, functions, sorting, and filtering. To
display the toolbar, tap View → Toolbar.
Tips for working in Excel Mobile
Note the following when working with large worksheets in
Excel Mobile:
• View in the Full screen mode to see as much of your
worksheet as possible. Tap View → Full Screen. To exit
the Full screen mode, tap View → Full Screen again.
• Display the toolbar. Tap View → Toolbar. To hide the
toolbar, tap View → Toolbar again.
• Freeze panes on a worksheet. First select the cell where
you want to freeze panes. Tap View → Freeze Panes.
You might want to freeze the top and leftmost panes in a
worksheet to keep the row and column labels visible as
you scroll through a sheet. To exit, tap View →
Unfreeze Panes.
• Split panes to view different areas of a large worksheet.
Tap View → Split. Then drag the split bar to where you
want it. To remove the split bar, tap View → Remove
Split.
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• Show or 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 → Row or Column →
Hide. To show a hidden row or column, select the cells
on both sides of the hidden row or column and tap
Menu → Format → Row or Column → Unhide.
Word Mobile
Word Mobile works with Microsoft Word on your computer
to give you easy access to copies of your documents. You
can create new documents on your phone, or you can copy
documents from your computer to your phone.
Synchronise documents between your computer and your
phone so that you have the most up-to-date content in
both locations.
Use Word Mobile to create Word documents, such as
letters, meeting minutes, and trip reports.
Creating a Word document
1. From the Start menu, tap Office Mobile → Word
Mobile. A blank document opens.
When you have selected a template for new documents,
that template appears with text and formatting already
provided. To set a template, on the file list, tap Menu →
Tools → Options... → Default template.
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2. Enter information.
Note: To change the font or paragraph format, tap Menu →
Format → Font... or Paragraph...
3. Tap
to save the document.
Using a Word document
Word Mobile contains a list of the word document files
stored on your phone. Tap a file on the list to open it.
Note: If you are opening a Word document created on a
computer, select Wrap to Window on the View menu
so that you can see the entire document.
You can save a document you created or edited in a variety
of formats, including Word Document (*.doc), Document
Template (*.dot), Rich Text Format (*.rtf), and Plain Text
(*.txt).
To delete a file, make copies of a file, or send a file, tap and
hold the file on the list. Then, select the appropriate action
from the pop-up menu.
Changing options
To change defaults for creating and storing Word Mobile
documents, in the document list, tap Menu → Options...
• Default template: Selects a template to be used for
new documents. You can change this default when
creating specific documents. Only documents saved in
the Templates folder are listed.
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• Save to: Selects a location for storing documents.
• Display in list view: Selects the type of documents
you want displayed in the document list.
PowerPoint Mobile
With PowerPoint Mobile, you can open and view slide show
presentations created on your computer. Whether the
presentation is opened from an e-mail message,
downloaded from a file share or the Internet, copied to the
device from a memory card, or obtained by synchronising
with your computer, slide shows created in *.ppt and *.pps
format with PowerPoint 97 and later can be viewed on your
phone.
Viewing a slide show
1. From the Start menu, tap Office Mobile →
PowerPoint Mobile.
2. Select a file folder and select the file you want to view.
3. Tap on the screen to move to the next slide.
To move back to the previous slide, tap
Previous.
To navigate between slides, tap
select the slide you want.
4. To end the slide show, tap
and select
→ Go to Slide and
→ End Show.
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Zooming in or out in a slide
You can zoom in to see a portion of a slide in more detail
and zoom out to see the entire slide again.
1. Open the slide show you want.
2. On a slide screen, tap
→ Zoom In or Zoom Out.
Changing slide show options
You can change defaults for viewing a slide show.
Changing the slide show orientation
1. Open the slide show you want.
2. On a slide screen, tap
Orientation tab.
→ Show Options... →
3. Select the orientation you want.
Changing playback options
1. Open the slide show you want.
2. On a slide screen, tap
Playback tab.
→ Show Options... →
3. Tap the Override playback options for all files check
box and select any of the following:
• Show without animation: turns off builds and other
animations.
• Show without slide transition: prevents slide
transitions from playing.
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• Use timings, if present: sets to use the timings
recorded with each slide in a presentation.
• Loop continuously: sets to advance to the first slide
after the last slide in a presentation.
• Show without media: prevents media files from
playing.
OneNote Mobile
OneNote Mobile works with Microsoft OneNote on your
computer to give you easy access to copies of your notes.
You can create new notes on your phone, or you can copy
notes from your computer to your phone. Synchronise
notes between your computer and your phone so that you
have the most up-to-date content in both locations.
Creating a note
1. From the Start menu, tap Office Mobile → OneNote
Mobile.
2. Tap New. A blank note opens.
3. Enter information.
Note: To change the type of characters, highlight them first
and tap Menu → Format → a type.
4. You can add pictures or voice memos by tapping Menu
→ Take Picture, Insert Picture or Insert Recording.
5. Tap
to save the note.
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Using a note
OneNote Mobile contains a list of the notes stored on your
phone. Tap a file on the list to open it.
To delete or rename a note, tap Menu → Delete or
Rename on the list.
Note: To change the way notes are displayed in the note list,
tap Menu → Options and select a way in the Sort
notes by field.
File Explorer
The File Explorer application allows you to open an explorer
window similar to a desktop Windows based system. The
explorer window allows you to navigate through your
phone to locate desired folders and files.
From the Start menu, tap Programs → File Explorer.
You can also quickly manage, delete, copy, or edit any files
and folders on your phone. You can create new folders.
Task Manager
Your phone is a multi-tasking device. It can run more than
one program at the same time. However, multi-tasking
may cause hang-ups, freezing, memory problems, and
additional power consumption. To avoid these problems,
end unnecessary programs using Task Manager.
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1. Press and hold
. You can also tap Programs → Tools
→ Task Manager from the Start menu.
The list of all the programs currently running on your
phone appears on the pop-up window.
2. To activate a program, tap the program you want.
To close a program, tap Close. To close all programs,
tap Close all.
External GPS
You can set a serial port to be used for receiving GPS data
when a GPS device is connected to your phone.
From the Start menu, tap Settings → System tab →
External GPS.
Change the options in each tab:
• In the Programs tab, select a port to be used for
connecting to a GPS device.
• In the Hardware tab, select a port to be used for
receiving GPS data and set the baud rate.
Note: To allow multiple programs to receive GPS data
simultaneously, make sure that Manage GPS
automatically (recommended) in the Access tab is
selected.
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GPS
You can change settings to get information about your
current location. This program may not be available
depending on your country.
1. From the Start menu, tap Settings → System tab →
GPS.
2. Select an operation mode from the drop-down list.
• Stand alone: get information about the location
receiving signals from the satellites directly.
• Mobile based: get information about the location via
the server and find out your current location via the
device. Enter the server address and TCP port which
are provided by your service provider. Also, select an
access point. This mode may be additional charged for
using the network.
• Mobile assisted: get information about the location
and find out your current location via the server. Enter
the server address and TCP port which are provided by
your service provider. Also, select an access point. This
mode may be additional charged for using the
network.
3. Tap
.
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SIM Application Toolkit
This menu may be labelled differently and available if you
use a SIM AT card that provides the SIM Application Toolkit
menus and additional services, such as news, weather,
sports, entertainment, and location services. Available
services may vary, depending on your service provider’s
plans.
From the Start menu, tap Programs → SimToolkit.
For details, see your SIM card instructions or contact your
service provider.
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Getting connected
You can use your phone to exchange information with other
mobile devices as well as your computer, a network, or the
Internet. You have the following connection options:
• Exchange information between devices with Bluetooth
capabilities without a physical connection.
• Connect to your Internet service provider (ISP) or the
network at your company. Once connected, you can
send and receive e-mail messages, browse the Internet
or intranet, and synchronise information using
ActiveSync.
• Connect to your computer to synchronise remotely. Once
connected, you can synchronise information such as
your Pocket Outlook data. For details on ActiveSync, see
“Synchronising information” on page 62.”
• Set the phone to connect a Wi-Fi network in a Wi-Fienabled zone for high speed network connections.
Beaming with Bluetooth
Bluetooth is a short-range wireless communications
technology. Devices with Bluetooth capabilities can
exchange data over a distance of about 10 metres (30 feet)
without requiring a physical connection.
Unlike infrared, you do not need to line up the phone with
another device to beam information with Bluetooth.
Note: Using Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connections at the same time
may cause your phone to disconnect or slow down
during data transmission.
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Activating Bluetooth mode
1. From the Start menu, tap Settings → Connections tab
→ Bluetooth → Mode tab.
2. Tap the Turn on Bluetooth check box to activate the
Bluetooth feature.
3. Tap the Make this device visible to other devices
check box to allow other devices to detect your phone.
4. Tap
.
Searching for and pairing with a Bluetooth
device
1. From the Start menu, tap Settings → Connections tab
→ Bluetooth.
2. In the Devices tab, tap Add new device...
3. Wait for the phone to search for Bluetooth devices.
4. Tap a device to connect to the phone and tap Next.
5. Enter an 1- to 16-digit Bluetooth PIN code and tap
Next. When the owner of the other device enters the
same PIN code, the connection is established.
6. If necessary, change the display name for the other
device and select the services you want.
7. Tap Finish.
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Setting up a Bluetooth COM port
You can select a COM port for sending data.
1. On the Bluetooth screen, tap the COM Ports tab → New
Outgoing Port.
2. For outgoing ports, select a device and tap Next.
3. Select a COM port.
4. Tap the Secure Connection check box to exchange
data in a secure manner.
5. Tap Finish.
Setting up an FTP server
Change the settings for other devices to connect to your
phone which is an FTP server.
1. On the Bluetooth screen, tap the FTP tab.
2. Set up the following:
• Bluetooth Authentication: select to require a
Bluetooth PIN code when other Bluetooth devices want
to pair with your phone.
• File Transfer Authentication: select to require a
password to transfer files with your phone.
• PASSWORD: enter the password that is used to
transfer files.
• Able to write: select to allow other devices to write
on your phone.
• Shared Folder: select the folder you want to share
with other devices.
3. Tap
.
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Using device options
When you tap and hold the device from the paired device
list, you can access the following options:
• Edit: allows you to change the name of the connectable
device.
• Delete: allows you to delete the device.
• Set as Hands-free: allows you to use the connectable
device as a hands-free kit. You can converse with the
other person on the phone without holding the phone to
your ear during a call.
• Set as Wireless Stereo: allows you to use the
connectable device as a stereo headset. You can enjoy
music with high quality stereo sound.
Receiving data with Bluetooth
1. Make sure that the Receive all incoming beams check
box is selected. To check it, from the Start menu, tap
Settings → Connections tab → Beam.
2. Make sure that your phone is within 10 metres (about
30 feet) of the device beaming the information and that
the Make this device visible to other devices check
box is selected in the Bluetooth → Mode tab.
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3. When prompted to receive an incoming data, tap Yes.
Notes:
• If you do not want to receive data from unknown Bluetooth
devices, clear the Make this device visible to other
devices check box.
• VNOTE and VMSG files you have received from other
Bluetooth devices via Bluetooth will not display on your
phone. You need to move those files to a computer with
Microsoft Outlook or Outlook express to see the files.
Sending data with Bluetooth
1. Locate the item you want to send, such as an
appointment in Calendar, a task in Tasks, a contact in
Contacts, or a file in File Explorer.
2. Tap and hold the item and select a Bluetooth sending
option.
The phone searches for devices within range and
displays a list of available devices.
3. Tap the device from the list to which you want to send
data.
Note: If the device to which you want to send does not
appear on the list, make sure that it is turned on,
tap the Make this device visible to other devices
check box, and within 10 metres (30 feet) of your
phone. Also, make sure that your Bluetooth radio is
turned on.
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Connecting to an FTP server
You can connect your device to a file server, which can be a
mobile device or computer, and exchange files with the
server.
Accessing an FTP server
1. From the Start menu, tab Programs → Tools →
Bluetooth FTP.
2. Tab Yes to search for available Bluetooth devices.
If necessary, tab Menu → Search FTP Servers to
search for Bluetooth devices.
After searching, a list of devices to which you can
connect displays.
3. Select the device of an FTP server and tap OK.
4. If the owner of the device wants to pair with your phone
and enters a Bluetooth PIN code, a message prompting
you to add the server to your device list appears. Tap
Yes.
5. Enter the same PIN code in the Passkey field and tap
Next. When the same PIN code is entered on your
phone, pairing is complete.
6. When a message appears to confirm the server access,
tap Yes.
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7. If necessary, change the display name of the server.
8. Tap Finish. You are connected to the FTP server.
Once you are connected to the FTP server, you can delete
files on the server, create a folder, and move or copy files to
the phone, or vice versa.
Disconnecting with an FTP server
From the FTP client, tap Menu → Disconnect.
Connecting to a computer via USB
You can select how the phone functions when connected to
a computer via the USB port.
1. From the Start menu, tap Settings → Connections tab
→ USB Connection Mode.
2. Select one of the following functions for USB
connections:
• ActiveSync: The phone communicates with a
computer via ActiveSync.
• Mass storage: The phone is perceived as an external
memory device. You must insert a memory card into
the phone.
3. Tap
.
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Using Internet Sharing
Using Internet Sharing, you can set your phone to be used
as a wireless modem for another device or computer when
connected via the USB port or Bluetooth.
Note: If you have an active GPRS connection, for example a
WAP connection, you must first terminate the
connection before attempting Internet access via
Internet Sharing.
1. For a USB connection, plug the PC data cable into the
phone and the USB port on your computer.
2. From the Start menu, tap Programs → Tools →
Internet Sharing.
3. Select the PC connection and network connection types.
4. Tap Connect to activate Internet Sharing.
5. For the first Bluetooth connection, tap Yes, and then
connect the phone to the computer.
Notes:
• When Internet Sharing is activated, you cannot use
ActiveSync.
• When Windows Service Pack 2 is used, Internet access using
Internet Sharing is more stable.
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Connecting to the Internet or your
network
You can connect to your Internet service provider (ISP) and
use the connection to send and receive E-mail messages
and to browse the Internet. You can also connect to any
private network, such as a corporate network you use at
work.
Connecting to my ISP
1. Obtain the following information from your ISP: ISP
server phone number, user name, and password.
2. From the Start menu, tap Settings → Connections tab
→ Connections → Tasks tab.
3. In My ISP, tap Add a new modem connection.
4. Create a modem connection. To view detailed
information for any screen while changing the setting,
tap .
5. When connection is successfully configured, run
Internet Explorer to begin browsing the Internet. Your
phone will automatically begin connecting.
Note: To set up a network card or wireless network connection
to your ISP, add a new connection under My WAP
Networks.
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Connecting to work
1. Obtain the following information from your network
administrator: server phone number, user name, and
password.
2. From the Start menu, tap Settings → Connections tab
→ Connections → Tasks tab.
3. In My WAP Networks, set up a modem, VPN server
connection, or proxy server. To view detailed information
for any screen while changing the settings, tap .
4. When connection is successfully configured, run
Internet Explorer to begin browsing the Internet. Your
phone will automatically begin connecting.
Note: You can select an authentication method for GPRS
connections by using GPRS Authentication.
Ending a connection
To disconnect, do one of the following:
• When connected via dial-up or VPN, tap the Connection
icon ( ) on your status bar, and then tap Disconnect.
• When connected via ISP, tap the Start menu →
Settings → Connections tab → Wireless Manager.
Then tap Menu → Disconnect Cellular Data.
• When connected via a cable, detach your phone from
the computer by disconnecting the cable.
• When connected via a modem or a network (Ethernet)
card, remove the card from your phone.
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Using high speed connections via
Wi-Fi
Your phone is equipped with Wi-Fi (Wireless Fidelity)
technology, enabling you to access your service provider’s
network by connecting to a Wi-Fi AP (Access Point). You
can use Call, Messaging, high speed Internet, and other
network features via GSM (GPRS) networks and Wi-Fi
network easily.
Note: Your device uses a non-harmonised frequency and is
intended for use in the following countries: United
Kingdom, France, Spain.
Turning on Wi-Fi and connecting to a Wi-Fi
network
1. From the Start menu, tap Settings → Connections tab
→ Wireless Manager → Wi-Fi.
2. Tap Yes to access the available network list.
3. Select a Wi-Fi network and a network type, and tap
Connect.
4. If the selected network is secured, enter a WEP key and
tap Done.
Creating an Wi-Fi network
You can create an Ad Hoc (device-to-device) network
connection.
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1. From the Start menu, tap Settings → Connections tab
→ Wi-Fi → Add New...
2. Enter a network name and select a network type.
3. Select This is a device to device (ad-hoc)
connection and tap Next.
If you do not select this option, the network is added as
an access point, and the phone is not able to connect to
the network.
4. Set authentication options and tap Next.
5. Enter a network key, set an index number for the key,
and tap Next.
6. Set whether to use IEEE 802.1x network access control
select an EAP type, and tap Finish.
The network is added to the available network list.
Managing Wi-Fi networks
From the available Wi-Fi network list, you can check the
status of the networks you have saved and change a
network’s properties.
On the list, the following icons may appear to indicate the
device status.
•
: Secured access point connection
•
: Ad Hoc (Device to Device) connection
•
: Access point connection
Tap Menu and select Edit to change the network
properties or Remove Settings to remove the network
from the list.
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Setting up Wi-Fi
Using a network card, you can connect directly to an
Ethernet network. Ensure you purchase and configure a
network card that is compatible with your device. Before
you begin, obtain the following information from your
network service provider: user name, password, and
domain name. For more information, tap
or contact your
service provider.
1. From the Start menu, tap Settings → Connections tab
→ Wi-Fi → Network Adapters tab.
2. Select the network you want to connect to from the
drop-down list.
3. Select the appropriate network adapter from the Tap an
adapter to modify settings section.
4. Select User server-assigned IP address to use the IP
address automatically assigned from the server. Skip to
step 8.
Select Use specific IP address to set the network
addresses manually. Continue the next steps.
5. Enter the IP address, Subnet mask, and Default
gateway.
6. Tap the Name Servers tab.
7. Enter the DNS addresses and the WINS addresses.
8. Tap
.
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Troubleshooting
General problems
Problem
Description & Solution
The phone does not turn The battery is completely
on
discharged. Recharge it fully.
“The SIM card is
missing. You can still
make emergency calls if
your service provider
supports it” displays
Check that the SIM card has
been correctly installed.
The bars next to
disappear
If you have just turned on your
phone, wait for about 2
minutes, until your phone finds
the network and receives a
signal from the network.
If you are in a tunnel or in an
elevator, the phone may not be
able to receive the network
signal properly. Move to an
open place.
This may appear when you
move between different service
areas. It is normal.
The display is not clear
In direct sunlight, you may not
be able to see the display
clearly. Moving to a place with
different lighting should solve
this problem.
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Problem
Description & Solution
White lines appear on
the display
This may happen if you turn on
the phone after a long period of
disuse, or after removing the
battery without turning off the
phone. This is not related to the
phone’s life or performance.
The display should correct itself
shortly.
“Enter PIN. 10 attempts
remaining. Only
emergency calls cam be
made without a PIN”
appears
You are using your phone for
the first time. You must enter
the Personal Identification
Number (PIN) supplied with the
SIM card.
The PIN check feature has been
enabled. Each time the phone is
switched on, the PIN has to be
entered. To disable this feature,
from the Start menu, tap
Settings → Personal tab →
Phone → Phone tab, and clear
the Require PIN when phone
is used check box.
“SIM card blocked.
Please enter the PUK. 10
attempts remaining. You
can still make
emergency calls if your
service provider
supports it.” appears
The PIN code was entered
incorrectly three times and the
SIM card is now blocked. Enter
the PUK supplied by your
service provider.
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Problem
Description & Solution
I forgot the password,
PIN, reset password, or
PUK codes
If you forget or lose the phone
password, contact your phone
dealer. If you forget or lose a
PIN or PUK code, or if you have
not received such a code,
contact your network provider.
For information about
passwords, contact your access
point provider, for example, a
commercial Internet Service
Provider (ISP), service provider,
or network operator.
Call problems
Problem
Description & Solution
I have entered a number Be sure that you have pressed
but it was not dialled
.
Check if your wireless
connection to your mobile
service provider is switched on
and the signal from the
network is unobstructed.
You may have set an outgoing
call barring option.
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Problem
Description & Solution
My correspondent
cannot reach me
Be sure that your phone is
switched on (
pressed for
more than one second)
Check if your wireless
connection to your mobile
service provider is switched on
and the signal from the
network is unobstructed.
You may have set an incoming
call barring option.
My correspondent
cannot hear me
speaking
Be sure that you have switched
on the microphone.
Make sure that the phone is
close enough to your mouth.
The audio quality of the
call is poor
Adjust the voice volume by
pressing the Volume keys.
Check the signal strength
indicator on the status bar ( );
the number of bars indicates
the signal strength, from strong
to weak.
Try moving the phone slightly
or moving closer to a window if
you are in a building.
Calls to and from the
Signals from the network are
phone are not connected weak. Move to another area.
properly, and are easily
disconnected
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Power and charging problems
Problem
Description & Solution
The phone malfunctions
or does not function
Remove the battery and then
replace it. Turn on the phone. If
the problem persists, contact a
Samsung service
representative.
The battery’s standby
time is shorter than
expected
Batteries are subject to wear
and tear. Standby time may
grow shorter as time passes.
Leaving a fully charged battery
in a cold or hot place for a long
period of time may reduce
battery life.
Standby time depends on
where you use the phone. The
actual time may vary from the
battery’s specifications.
Is it OK if I leave the
phone connected to the
power outlet after it is
fully charged
We recommend that you
disconnect the phone from the
adapter or unplug the adapter
from the power outlet.
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Problem
Description & Solution
The phone becomes hot
This may happen when you are
on the phone or when you use
programs, such as games, the
Internet, media player, or the
camera, for a long time
because the phone needs more
power at those times. Stop
using those programs until the
phone cool down.
The battery level seems Remove the battery from the
sufficient, but the phone phone and reinstall it. Then
does not turn on
turn on the phone.
Clean the metal contacts both
on the battery and on the
phone. Reinstall the battery
and turn on the phone.
The phone turns off
when the adapter is
connected
Dust on the contacts may
cause unexpected power-off or
charging problems. Clean the
metal contacts both on the
battery and on the phone.
When you connect the
travel adapter to the
phone, the LED does not
turn on and the phone
does not start charging
Wait for a while until the LED
turns on.
If the problem persists,
disconnect the phone from the
travel adapter, then reconnect
it.
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Program problems
Problem
Description & Solution
Internet Explorer
The phone is unable to
connect to the Internet
Check if you have set up and
are connected to an Internet
service provider.
Check if your wireless
connection to your mobile
service provider is switched on
and the signal from the GPRS
network is not obstructed.
Verify with your service
provider that your user name
and password are correct.
Verify with your Internet
service provider that the
network you are trying to
connect is available, or try to
connect it from another PC.
Camera
Images seem smudged
Check if the camera lens
protection window is clean.
Contacts
No number is dialled
when you recall a
contact card
Check if a number has been
stored in the contact card.
Re-store the number, if
necessary.
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Problem
Description & Solution
Bluetooth
I cannot end a Bluetooth If another device is connected
connection
to your phone, you can end the
connection by deactivating
Bluetooth. Go to Bluetooth
and deselect Turn on
Bluetooth.
I cannot find my friend’s Be sure that both have
Bluetooth-enabled
activated Bluetooth.
device
Be sure that the distance
between the two devices is not
over 10 metres or that there
are no walls or other
obstructions between the
devices.
Be sure that the other device is
in the discoverable mode.
Be sure that both devices are
compatible.
I cannot discover the
Be sure that the Bluetooth
remote Bluetooth stereo functionality on the phone is
headset
turned on.
Be sure that the remote
Bluetooth stereo headset is in
the discoverable mode.
Be sure that the remote
Bluetooth device has the
capability to act as a stereo
headset.
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Troubleshooting
Problem
Description & Solution
I cannot connect to the Ensure that the correct passkey
remote Bluetooth stereo was entered on the phone
headset
during the connection with the
headset. Most Bluetooth
headsets have a fixed passkey
that would be mentioned in
their user’s guide. You would
need to enter the passkey
when establishing a connection
with the headset.
I cannot listen to music Ensure that you are connected
on the remote Bluetooth to the Bluetooth stereo
stereo headset
headset.
Ensure that the song that you
are playing is one of the
supported formats.
Check the battery levels on the
Bluetooth stereo headset.
Ensure that the phone and
headset are within range of
each other. The maximum
distance between the two
should not be more than 10
metres.
There are breaks in the
music being played on
the remote Bluetooth
stereo headset
You may observe breaks if
there are walls that separate
the phone and the Bluetooth
stereo headset.
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Troubleshooting
Problem
Description & Solution
Call History
The call history appears
empty
You may have activated a filter,
and no communication events
fitting that filter have been
logged. To see all events, on
the Dialling screen, tap Menu
→ View → All Calls.
Messaging
I cannot select a contact If the contact card does not
card when creating a
have a phone number or e-mail
message
address, you cannot select it.
Add the missing information to
the contact card in Contacts.
PC connectivity
Problems occur when
connecting the phone to
a computer
Make sure that ActiveSync is
installed and running on your
computer. See the user’s guide
for ActiveSync on the CD-ROM.
For further information on
ActiveSync, see the help
function on ActiveSync or visit
www.microsoft.com.
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If the above guidelines do not help you to solve the
problem, take note of:
• the model and serial numbers of your phone
• your warranty details
• a clear description of the problem
Then contact your local dealer or Samsung after-sales
service.
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Regulatory notices
SAR certification information
This phone meets European Union (EU) requirements
concerning exposure to radio waves.
Your mobile phone is a radio transmitter and receiver. It is
designed and manufactured so as not to exceed the limits
for exposure to radio-frequency (RF) energy, as
recommended by the EU Council. These limits are part of
comprehensive guidelines and establish permitted levels of
RF energy for the general population. The guidelines were
developed by independent scientific organisations through
the periodic and thorough evaluation of scientific studies.
The limits include a substantial safety margin designed to
ensure the safety of all persons, regardless of age and
health.
The exposure standard for mobile phones employs a unit of
measurement known as SAR (Specific Absorption Rate).
The SAR limit recommended by the EU Council is
2.0 W/Kg.*
The highest SAR value for this model phone was
0.514 W/Kg.
SAR tests are conducted using standard operating positions
with the phone transmitting at its highest certified power
level in all tested frequency bands. Although the SAR is
determined at the highest certified power level, the actual
SAR level of the phone while operating can be well below
the maximum value.
*. The SAR limit for mobile phones used by the public is 2.0 watts/kilogram (W/
kg) averaged over ten grams of body tissue. The limit incorporates a
substantial margin of safety to give additional protection for the public and to
account for any variations in measurements. The SAR values may vary
depending on national reporting requirements and the network band.
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This is because the phone is designed to operate at
multiple power levels so as to use only the power required
to reach the network. In general, the closer you are to a
base station, the lower the power output of the phone.
Before a new model phone is made available for sale to the
public, compliance with the European R&TTE Directive must
be shown. This directive includes as one of its essential
requirements the protection of the health and safety of the
user and any other person.
European union notice
Products with CE marking comply with the R&TTE Directive
(99/5/EC), the EMC Directive (89/336/EEC) and the Low
Voltage Directive (73/23/EEC) issued by the Commission of
the European Community.
Compliance with these directives implies conformity to the
following European Norms (in brackets are the equivalent
international standards):
• EN 60950 (IEC 60950) - Safety of Information
Technology Equipment
• ETS 300 342-1 (June 1997) - Electromagnetic
compatibility and Radio spectrum Matters (ERM);
ElectroMagnetic Compatibility (EMC) for European digital
cellular telecommunications system (GSM 900 MHz,
GSM 1800 MHz, and GSM 1900 MHz); Part 1: Mobile and
portable radio and ancillary equipment
• GSM11.10
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• ANSI/IEEE C.95.1-1992- specific absorption rate in
mobile phone emission condition for body health
• FCC part 15 and part 24
• prENV50166-2, 1995 for SAR
• SAR: 0.514
Important safety information
Retain and follow all product safety and operating
instructions. Observe all warnings on the product and in
the operating instructions.
To reduce the risk of bodily injury, electric shock, fire, and/
or damage to the equipment, observe the following
precautions:
General precautions
Heed service markings: Except as explained elsewhere
in the Operating or Service documentation, do not service
any product yourself. Service needed on components inside
these compartments should be done by an authorised
service technician or provider.
Damage requiring service: Unplug the product from the
electrical outlet and refer servicing to an authorised service
technician or provider under the following conditions:
• Liquid has been spilled or an object has fallen into the
product.
• The product has been exposed to rain or water.
• The product has been dropped or damaged.
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• There are noticeable signs of overheating.
• The product does not operate normally when you follow
the operating instructions.
Avoid hot areas: The product should be placed away from
heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or
other products (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
Avoid wet areas: Never use the product in a wet location.
Avoid pushing objects into product: Never push objects
of any kind into cabinet slots or other openings in the
product. Slots and openings are provided for ventilation.
These openings must not be blocked or covered.
Mounting Accessories: Do not use the product on an
unstable table, cart, stand, tripod, or bracket. Any
mounting of the product should follow the manufacturer’s
instructions, and should use a mounting accessory
recommended by the manufacturer.
Avoid unstable mounting: Do not place the product with
an unstable base.
Use product with approved equipment: This product
should be used only with personal computers and options
identified as suitable for use with your equipment.
Adjust the volume: Turn down the volume before using
headphones or other audio devices.
Cleaning: Unplug the product from the wall outlet before
cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners.
Use a damp cloth for cleaning, but NEVER use water to
clean an LCD screen.
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Safety precautions for power supply
unit
Use the correct external power source: A product should be
operated only from the type of power source indicated on
the electrical ratings label. If you are not sure of the type of
power source required, consult your authorised service
provider or local power company. For a product that
operates from battery power or other sources, refer to the
operating instructions that are included with the product.
Handle battery packs carefully: This product contains a
Lithium Polymer battery.
There is a risk of fire and burns if the battery pack is
handled improperly. Do not attempt to open or service the
battery pack. Do not disassemble, crush, puncture, short
external contacts or circuits, dispose of in fire or water, or
expose a battery pack to temperatures of higher than 60°
C (140° F).
Note: Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced.
Replace only with specified batteries. Dispose of used
batteries according to the local regulations or reference
guide supplied with your product.
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Care and maintenance
Your phone is a product of superior design and
craftsmanship and should be treated with care. The
suggestions below will help you fulfill any warranty
obligations and allow you to enjoy this product for many
years.
• Keep the phone and all its parts and accessories out of
the reach of small children and pets. They may
inadvertently damage these things or choke on small
parts.
• Keep the phone dry. Precipitation, humidity and liquids
contain minerals that corrode electronic circuits.
• Do not use the phone with a wet hand. Doing so may
cause an electric shock to you or damage to the phone.
• Do not use or store the phone in dusty, dirty areas, as
its moving parts may be damaged.
• Do not store the phone in hot areas. High temperatures
can shorten the life of electronic devices, damage
batteries, and warp or melt certain plastics.
• Do not store the phone in cold areas. When the phone
warms up to its normal operating temperature, moisture
can form inside the phone, which may damage the
phone’s electronic circuit boards.
• Do not drop, knock or shake the phone. Rough handling
can break internal circuit boards.
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• Do not use harsh chemicals, cleaning solvents or strong
detergents to clean the phone. Wipe it with a soft cloth.
• Do not paint the phone. Paint can clog the device’s
moving parts and prevent proper operation.
• Do not put the phone in or on heating devices, such as a
microwave oven, a stove or a radiator. The phone may
explode when overheated.
• When the phone or battery gets wet, the label indicating
water damage inside the phone changes colour. In this
case, phone repairs are no longer guaranteed by the
manufacturer's warranty, even if the warranty for your
phone has not expired.
• If your phone has a flash or light, do not use it too close
to the eyes of people or animals. This may cause
damage to their eyes.
• Use only the supplied or an approved replacement
antenna. Unauthorised antennas or modified accessories
may damage the phone and violate regulations
governing radio devices.
• If the phone, battery, charger or any accessory is not
working properly, take it to your nearest qualified
service facility. The personnel there will assist you, and
if necessary, arrange for service.
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Microsoft End User License
Agreement
• You have acquired a device ("DEVICE") that includes
software licensed by Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. from
an affiliate of Microsoft Corporation ("MS"). Those
installed software products of MS origin, as well as
associated media, printed materials, and "online" or
electronic documentation ("SOFTWARE") are protected
by international intellectual property laws and treaties.
The SOFTWARE is licensed, not sold. All rights reserved.
• IF YOU DO NOT AGREE TO THIS END USER LICENSE
AGREEMENT ("EULA"), DO NOT USE THE DEVICE OR
COPY THE SOFTWARE. INSTEAD, PROMPTLY CONTACT
Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. FOR INSTRUCTIONS ON
RETURN OF THE UNUSED DEVICE(S) FOR A REFUND.
ANY USE OF THE SOFTWARE, INCLUDING BUT NOT
LIMITED TO USE ON THE DEVICE, WILL
CONSTITUTE YOUR AGREEMENT TO THIS EULA
(OR RATIFICATION OF ANY PREVIOUS CONSENT).
• SOFTWARE includes software already installed on the
DEVICE ("DEVICE Software") and MS software
contained on the CD-ROM disk ("Companion CD").
GRANT OF SOFTWARE LICENSE. This EULA grants you
the following license:
DEVICE Software. You may use the DEVICE Software as
installed on the DEVICE.
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Companion CD. A Companion CD is included with your
DEVICE, and you may install and use the Microsoft®
ActiveSync® component on one (1) or more personal
computers to exchange information with one (1) or more
computing devices that contain a compatible version of the
Microsoft® Windows Mobile™ Version 5.0 operating system.
For other software component(s) contained on the
Companion CD, you may install and use such components
only in accordance with the terms of the printed or online
end user license agreement(s) provided with such
component(s). In the absence of an end user license
agreement for particular component(s) of the Companion
CD, you may install and use only one (1) copy of such
component(s) on the DEVICE or a single personal computer
with which you use the DEVICE.
Phone Functionality. If the DEVICE Software includes
phone functionality, all or certain portions of the DEVICE
Software may be inoperable if you do not have and
maintain a service account with an appropriate wireless
telecommunication carrier to whom Samsung Electronics
Co., Ltd. may distribute its DEVICES ("Mobile Operator"),
or if the Mobile Operator's network facilities are not
operating or configured to operate with the DEVICE.
Microsoft® Outlook®. If Microsoft Outlook is included with
your Device, the following terms apply to your use of
Microsoft Outlook: (i) regardless of the information
contained in the "Software Installation and Use" section of
the online EULA you may install one (1) copy of Microsoft
Outlook on one (1) personal computer to use, exchange
data, share data, access and interact with the DEVICE, and
(ii) the EULA for Microsoft Outlook is between Samsung
Electronics Co., Ltd. and the end user - not between the PC
manufacturer and end user.
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DESCRIPTION OF OTHER RIGHTS AND LIMITATIONS.
• Speech/Handwriting Recognition. If the DEVICE
Software includes speech and/or handwriting
recognition component(s), you should understand that
speech and handwriting recognition are inherently
statistical processes and that errors can occur in the
component's recognition of your handwriting, and the
final conversion into text. Neither Samsung Electronics
Co., Ltd. nor its suppliers shall be liable for any damages
arising out of errors in the speech and handwriting
recognition process.
• Limitations on Reverse Engineering,
Decompilation and Disassembly. You may not
reverse engineer, decompile, or disassemble the
SOFTWARE, except and only to the extent that such
activity is expressly permitted by applicable law
notwithstanding this limitation.
• Single EULA. The package for the DEVICE may contain
multiple versions of this EULA, such as multiple
translations and/or multiple media versions (e.g., in the
user documentation and in the software). Even if you
receive multiple versions of the EULA, you are licensed
to use only one (1) copy of the DEVICE Software.
• NOTICE REGARDING THE MPEG-4 VISUAL
STANDARD. The DEVICE Software may include MPEG-4
visual decoding technology. MPEG LA, L.L.C. requires
the following notice:
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USE OF THIS SOFTWARE IN ANY MANNER THAT
COMPLIES WITH THE MPEG-4 VISUAL STANDARD IS
PROHIBITED, EXCEPT FOR USE DIRECTLY RELATED TO
(A) DATA OR INFORMATION (i) GENERATED BY AND
OBTAINED WITHOUT CHARGE FROM A CONSUMER NOT
THEREBY ENGAGED IN A BUSINESS ENTERPRISE, AND
(ii) FOR PERSONAL USE ONLY; AND (B) OTHER USES
SPECIFICALLY AND SEPARATELY LICENSED BY MPEG LA,
L.L.C.
If you have questions regarding this Notice, please
contact MPEG LA, L.L.C., 250 Steele Street, Suite 300,
Denver, Colorado 80206; Telephone 303 331.1880; FAX
303 331.1879
• No Rental/Commercial Hosting. You may not rent,
lease or lend or provide commercial hosting services
with the SOFTWARE to others.
• SOFTWARE as Component of the Device - Software
Transfer. The DEVICE Software is licensed with the
DEVICE as a single integrated product. The DEVICE
Software installed in read only memory ("ROM") of the
DEVICE may only be used as part of the DEVICE. Its
component parts may not be separated for use on more
than one Device, unless expressly permitted by this
EULA. You may permanently transfer all of your rights
under this EULA only as part of a sale or transfer of the
DEVICE, provided you retain no copies, you transfer all
of the SOFTWARE (including all component parts, the
media and printed materials, any upgrades, this EULA
and, if applicable, the Certificate(s) of Authenticity), and
the recipient agrees to the terms of this EULA. If the
SOFTWARE is an upgrade, any transfer must include all
prior versions of the SOFTWARE.
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If the DEVICE Software includes phone functionality, you
may not permanently transfer any of your rights under
this EULA with regard to the DEVICE Software or
Companion CD, except as permitted by the applicable
Mobile Operator. In the event that the Mobile Operator
permits such transfer, you may permanently transfer all
of your rights under this EULA only as part of a sale or
transfer of the DEVICE, provided you retain no copies,
you transfer all of the SOFTWARE (including all
component parts, the media and printed materials, any
upgrades, this EULA and, if applicable, the Certificate(s)
of Authenticity), and the recipient agrees to the terms of
this EULA. If the SOFTWARE is an upgrade, any transfer
must include all prior versions of the SOFTWARE.
• Termination. Without prejudice to any other rights,
Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. or MS may terminate this
EULA if you fail to comply with the terms and conditions
of this EULA. In such event, you must destroy all copies
of the SOFTWARE and all of its component parts.
• Security Updates/Digital Rights Management.
Content providers are using the digital rights
management technology ("DRM") contained in your
DEVICE to protect the integrity of their content ("Secure
Content") so that their intellectual property, including
copyright, in such content is not misappropriated.
Portions of the DEVICE Software and third party
applications such as media players use DRM to play
Secure Content ("DRM Software"). If the DRM
Software's security has been compromised, owners of
Secure Content ("Secure Content Owners") may request
that MS block the ability of DRM license servers and
personal computers to deliver new licenses that enable
an affected DEVICE to play Secure Content.
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This action does not alter the DRM Software's ability to
play unprotected content. A list of revoked DRM
Software is sent to your DEVICE whenever you
download a license for Secure Content from the Internet
or from your personal computer. You therefore agree
that MS may, in conjunction with such license, also
download revocation lists onto your DEVICE on behalf of
Secure Content Owners. MS will not retrieve any
personally identifiable information, or any other
information, from your DEVICE by downloading such
revocation lists.
• Consent to Use of Data. You agree that MS, Microsoft
Corporation, their affiliates and/or their designated
agent may collect and use technical information
gathered in any manner as part of product support
services related to the SOFTWARE. MS, Microsoft
Corporation, their affiliates and/or their designated
agent may use this information solely to improve their
products or to provide customized services or
technologies to you. MS, Microsoft Corporation, their
affiliates and/or their designated agent may disclose this
information to others, but not in a form that personally
identifies you.
• Internet Gaming/Update Features. If the DEVICE
Software provides, and you choose to utilize, the
Internet gaming or update features within the DEVICE
Software, it is necessary to use certain computer
system, hardware, and software information to
implement the features. By using these features, you
explicitly authorize MS, Microsoft Corporation and/or
their designated agent to use this information solely to
improve their products or to provide customized
services or technologies to you. MS or Microsoft
Corporation may disclose this information to others, but
not in a form that personally identifies you.
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• Internet-Based Services Components. The DEVICE
Software may contain components that enable and
facilitate the use of certain Internet-based services. You
acknowledge and agree that MS, Microsoft Corporation,
their affiliates and/or their designated agent may
automatically check the version of the DEVICE Software
and/or its components that you are utilizing and may
provide upgrades or supplements to the DEVICE
Software that may be automatically downloaded to your
DEVICE.
• Additional Software/Services. The DEVICE Software
may permit Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., MS, Microsoft
Corporation, their affiliates and/or their designated
agent to provide or make available to you SOFTWARE
updates, supplements, add-on components, or Internetbased services components of the SOFTWARE after the
date you obtain your initial copy of the SOFTWARE
("Supplemental Components").
• If Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. provides or makes
available to you Supplemental Components and no other
EULA terms are provided along with the Supplemental
Components, then the terms of this EULA shall apply.
• If MS, Microsoft Corporation, their affiliates and/or their
designated agent make available Supplemental
Components, and no other EULA terms are provided,
then the terms of this EULA shall apply, except that the
MS, Microsoft Corporation or affiliate entity providing
the Supplemental Component(s) shall be the licensor of
the Supplemental Component(s).
• Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., MS, Microsoft
Corporation, their affiliates and/or their designated
agent reserve the right to discontinue any Internetbased services provided to you or made available to you
through the use of the DEVICE Software.
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• Links to Third Party Sites. The DEVICE Software may
provide you with the ability to link to third party sites
through the use of the DEVICE Software. The third party
sites are not under the control of MS, Microsoft
Corporation, their affiliates and/or their designated
agent. Neither MS nor Microsoft Corporation nor their
affiliates nor their designated agents are responsible for
(i) the contents of any third party sites, any links
contained in third party sites, or any changes or updates
to third party sites, nor (ii) webcasting or any other
form of transmission received from any third party sites.
If the DEVICE Software provides links to third party
sites, those links are provided to you only as a
convenience, and the inclusion of any link does not
imply an endorsement of the third party site by MS,
Microsoft Corporation, their affiliates and/or their
designated agents.
UPGRADES AND RECOVERY MEDIA.
• DEVICE Software. If the DEVICE Software is provided
by Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. separate from the
DEVICE on media such as a ROM chip, CD ROM disk(s)
or via web download or other means, and is labeled "For
Upgrade Purposes Only" you may install one (1) copy of
such DEVICE Software onto the DEVICE as a
replacement copy for the existing DEVICE Software, and
use it in accordance with this EULA, including any
additional EULA terms accompanying the upgrade
DEVICE Software.
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• COMPANION CD. If any software component(s) is
provided by Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. separate
from the DEVICE on CD ROM disk(s) or via web
download or other means, and labeled "For Upgrade
Purposes Only", you may (i) install and use one (1) copy
of such component(s) on the computer(s) you use to
exchange data with the DEVICE as a replacement copy
for the existing Companion CD component(s).
• RECOVERY MEDIA. If SOFTWARE is provided by
Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. on separate media
labeled "Recovery Media" you may use the Recovery
Media solely to restore or reinstall the SOFTWARE
originally installed on your DEVICE.
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS. All title and
intellectual property rights in and to the SOFTWARE
(including but not limited to any images, photographs,
animations, video, audio, music, text and "applets,"
incorporated into the SOFTWARE), the accompanying
printed materials, and any copies of the SOFTWARE, are
owned by MS or its suppliers (including Microsoft
Corporation). The SOFTWARE is licensed, not sold. You
may not copy the printed materials accompanying the
SOFTWARE. All title and intellectual property rights in and
to the content which may be accessed through use of the
SOFTWARE is the property of the respective content owner
and may be protected by applicable copyright or other
intellectual property laws and treaties. This EULA grants
you no rights to use such content.
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All rights not specifically granted under this EULA are
reserved by MS and its suppliers (including Microsoft
Corporation). Use of any on-line services which may be
accessed through the SOFTWARE may be governed by the
respective terms of use relating to such services. If this
SOFTWARE contains documentation that is provided only in
electronic form, you may print one copy of such electronic
documentation.
TRADEMARKS. This EULA does not grant you any rights in
connection with any trademarks or service marks of
Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., MS, Microsoft Corporation,
their affiliates or suppliers.
EXPORT RESTRICTIONS. You acknowledge that the
SOFTWARE is subject to U.S. and European Union export
jurisdiction. You agree to comply with all applicable
international and national laws that apply to the
SOFTWARE, including the U.S. Export Administration
Regulations, as well as end-user, end-use and destination
restrictions issued by U.S. and other governments. For
additional information, see http://www.microsoft.com/
exporting/.
PRODUCT SUPPORT. Product support for the SOFTWARE
is not provided by MS, Microsoft Corporation, or their
affiliates. For product support, please refer to Samsung
Electronics Co., Ltd. support number provided in the
documentation for the DEVICE. Should you have any
questions concerning this EULA, or if you desire to contact
Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. for any other reason, please
refer to the address provided in the documentation for the
DEVICE.
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RESTRICTED USE. The SOFTWARE is not designed or
intended for use or resale in hazardous environments
requiring fail-safe performance, such as in the operation of
nuclear facilities, aircraft navigation or communication
systems, air traffic control, or other devices or systems in
which a malfunction of the SOFTWARE would result in
foreseeable risk of injury or death to the operator of the
device or system, or to others.
NO LIABILITY FOR CERTAIN DAMAGES. EXCEPT AS
PROHIBITED BY LAW, MS, MICROSOFT CORPORATION AND
THEIR AFFILIATES SHALL HAVE NO LIABILITY FOR ANY
INDIRECT, SPECIAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL
DAMAGES ARISING FROM OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE
USE OR PERFORMANCE OF THE SOFTWARE. THIS
LIMITATION SHALL APPLY EVEN IF ANY REMEDY FAILS OF
ITS ESSENTIAL PURPOSE. IN NO EVENT SHALL MS BE
LIABLE FOR ANY AMOUNT IN EXCESS OF TWO
HUNDRED FIFTY U.S. DOLLARS (U.S. $250).
FOR APPLICABLE LIMITED WARRANTIES (IF ANY)
AND SPECIAL PROVISIONS PERTAINING TO YOUR
PARTICULAR JURISDICTION, PLEASE REFER TO
YOUR WARRANTY BOOKLET (IF ANY) INCLUDED
WITH THIS PACKAGE OR PROVIDED WITH THE
SOFTWARE PRINTED MATERIALS OR
ELECTRONICALLY.
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THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS" AND WITH ALL
FAULTS. THE ENTIRE RISK AS TO SATISFACTORY
QUALITY, PERFORMANCE, ACCURACY, AND EFFORT
(INCLUDING LACK OF NEGLIGENCE) IS WITH YOU.
THERE ARE NO WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS,
EITHER EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY,
INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ANY (IF ANY)
IMPLIED WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF
MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE, LACK OF VIRUSES OR NONINFRINGEMENT, OR WARRANTY AGAINST
INTERFERENCE WITH YOUR ENJOYMENT OF THE
SOFTWARE, ANY AND ALL OF WHICH ARE HEREBY
EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMED. IF YOU HAVE RECEIVED
ANY WARRANTIES REGARDING THE DEVICE OR THE
SOFTWARE IN A WARRANTY BOOKLET OR
OTHERWISE, THOSE WARRANTIES DO NOT
ORIGINATE FROM, AND ARE NOT BINDING ON, MS,
MICROSOFT CORPORATION OR THEIR AFFILIATES.
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* Depending on the software installed or your service provider or country, some of the
descriptions in the guide may not match your phone exactly.
* Depending on your country, your phone and accessories may appear different from the
illustrations in this guide.
* Bluetooth QD ID: B013199
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