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Discover your phone Philips continuously strives to improve its products. Therefore, Philips reserves the rights to revise this user guide or withdraw it at any time without prior notice. Philips provides this user guide "as is" and does not accept, except as required by the applicable law, liability for any error, omission or discrepancy between this user guide and the product described. The device is meant to be connected to GSM/GPRS networks. + - Pick-up key Vibration on/off, selection of text entry methods Left soft key Lock/unlock, symbol input Volume On/off and hang-up key 262K TFT LCD Navigation and O (OK) keys Right soft key Camera key Alphanumeric keypad Microphone USB Port/charger & headset connector Back of the phone: Camera lens + < OK > -

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    Philips continuously strives to improve its products. Therefore, Philips reserves the rights to revisethis user guide or withdraw it at any time without prior notice. Philips provides this user guide "as is"and does not accept, except as required by the applicable law, liability for any error, omission ordiscrepancy between this user guide and the product described. The device is meant to be connectedto GSM/GPRS networks.


    Pick-up key

    Vibration on/off, selection oftext entry methods

    Left soft key

    Lock/unlock, symbol input


    On/off and hang-up key

    262K TFT LCD

    Navigation and O (OK) keys

    Right soft key

    Camera keyAlphanumeric keypad


    USB Port/charger & headset connector

    Back of the phone:Camera lens

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    How to...

    Switch the phone On/Off Long press ).

    Enter your PIN code Enter your PIN code using the keypad and press O to confirm.Lock/Unlock the keypad Long press *.

    Make a call On the idle screen, enter the phone number using the keypad, andpress (.

    Answer/End a call When the phone rings, press (. Press ) to end a call.

    Activate/Deactivate handsfree mode

    During a call, press O.

    Access the message inbox Press L Inbox on idle screen.

    Access a sub-menu directly Press R Shortcuts on idle screen (see "Shortcuts" on page 3).

    Select text entry methods Press #. repeatedly on the editing screen. Long press * toturn T9 input on or off.

    Access the main menu Press O Menu on idle screen. Quickly return to idlewhen browsing menus


    Vibration on/off Long press # on idle screen. Page 1 Monday, June 1, 2009 1:59 PM

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    Soft keys

    The soft keys L, R and O (OK) allow youto select the options above them on the screen.Such options are contextual: they vary accordingto current context.

    Main menu

    The main menu gives you access to all thedifferent features of your mobile phone. Thetable below summarizes the functional icons onthe main menu. To find more information abouttheir functions, refer to the pages.

    Press O Menu on idle screen to access the mainmenu and press +, -, < or > to navigate through theicons and lists. Press OOK to access the optionsrelated to the selected item. Press RBack toreturn to the previous menu. Press ) to returnto the idle screen.

    Entertainment Browser Multimedia

    page 46 page 42 page 49

    Camera Messaging My files

    page 43 page 20 page 53

    Tools Contacts Profiles

    page 36 page 31 page 60

    Bluetooth Calls Settings

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    Fast keys

    You can configure the navigation keys +, -, to access your favorite features directly. On idlescreen, press the keys to access the features.

    Go to Settings > General > Fast keys to check thedefault settings of the navigation keys +, -, .To change the default settings,

    1. Select the item to be changed.2. Press OEdit to assign a new shortcut to

    the key.3. Press + or - to select, and OOK to



    With shortcuts, you can access a functional sub-menu directly. On idle screen, press RShortcuts.

    Go to Settings > General > Shortcuts to check thelist of shortcuts. You can list your desiredshortcuts and rank them in the order ofpreference.

    To add a shortcut,

    1. Press OAdd.The list of available shortcuts appears.

    2. Select your desired shortcut.3. Press < and > to select its order in the list.

    Press OOK.

    To replace one shortcut with another,

    1. Select the shortcut to be replaced.2. Press LOptions > Edit.3. Select the desired shortcut, and press


    0 Long press to enter “+” whenmaking international calls.

    1 Long press to access the voicemailbox.

    # Long press to select/unselectMeeting profile (by default,vibration on or off for incomingcalls or messages). Page 3 Monday, June 1, 2009 1:59 PM

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    The new shortcut is added to the location. The old one is replaced.

    To remove a shortcut,

    • Select it, and press LOptions > Delete orDisable.

    Light sensor

    With the built-in light sensor, the phone canreact to ambient luminance as desired ornecessary.

    • In Settings > Display > Backlight settings >Backlight brightness > Auto-adjust brightness,select On.

    The phone will adjust backlight levelautomatically according to ambient brightness.For power-saving purposes, always turn on thelight sensor.

    Power-saving mode

    After the set time span, the phone has the idlescreen turned off automatically. To exit the

    power-saving mode, press any key. For power-saving purpose, set the time span to a low valuein Settings > Display > Backlight settings > Backlightduration. Page 4 Monday, June 1, 2009 1:59 PM

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    Table of contents1 Getting Started 8

    Inserting the SIM card 8Charging the battery 10Setting clock 11Inserting the Micro-SD card(memory card) 12

    2 Text Entry 13

    Selecting text entry methods 13Entering text 13

    3 Calling 16Making a call 16Answering and ending a call 17Options during a call 17Handling multiple calls (Network-dependent) 18Making an emergency call 19

    4 Messaging 20

    Creating messages 20Organizing your messages 22Defining your message settings 24E-mail 26Broadcast messages 29

    5 Contacts 31

    Adding or updating contacts 31Searching for a contact 32Managing your contacts 33Special numbers 34

    6 Tools 36

    Using your business organizerCreate your to-do list 36Check your calendar 37Edit your to-do list 37 Page 5 Monday, June 1, 2009 1:59 PM

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    Using your business assistantAlarm 37Business card reader 38Text reader 39Sound recorder 40World clock 40Others 41

    7 Browser 42

    Managing your browser 42Accessing web sites 42Enabling/ disabling push messages 42

    8 Camera 43Camera 43Video 44

    9 Entertainment 46Java games and application 46Editing your photos 47Editing your ringtones 48STK 48

    10 Multimedia 49

    Music player 49FM radio 51

    11 My files 53Finding your files 53Managing your files 53Sharing your files 54Using photos 54Setting audio files as ringtones 55

    12 Calls 56 Page 6 Monday, June 1, 2009 1:59 PM

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    13 Bluetooth 57

    About Bluetooth 57Connecting to a Bluetooth device 57Getting connected by a Bluetooth device 58Other Bluetooth connections 59

    14 Profiles 60

    Adjusting ring settings to different scenes 60

    15 Settings 61General 61Display 62Call 62Network 64Java 64Security 65

    Sound 65Factory settings 65

    Icons & Symbols 66

    Precautions 68

    Tips 75

    Troubleshooting 76

    Philips Authentic Accessories 80

    Trademark Declaration 83

    Specific Absorption Rate Information 84

    Limited Warranty 86

    Declaration of Conformity 90 Page 7 Monday, June 1, 2009 1:59 PM

  • 8 Getting Started

    1 Getting StartedCongratulations on your purchase and welcometo Philips!

    To get the most of your product and enjoy allPhilips has to offer, register your product atwww. philips. com/welcome.

    Please read the safety instructions in the"Precautions" section before use.

    To use your phone, you must insert a valid SIMcard supplied by your GSM operator or retailer.The SIM card contains your subscriptioninformation, your mobile phone number, and amemory in which you can store phone numbersand messages.

    Inserting the SIM card

    Follow the steps below to insert your new SIMcard. Remember to switch off your mobilephone before removing the back cover.

    1. Press on the back cover and slide the coveras shown. Page 8 Monday, June 1, 2009 1:59 PM

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    2. As shown, take out the battery.

    You may lose all your personal settings if youremove the battery when the phone is switchedon.

    3. As shown, align your SIM card with the SIMcard slot, clipped corner facing you and gold

    contact downwards. Insert your SIM cardinto its slot.

    4. As shown, align the metallic connectors onthe battery and battery slot. Press thebattery down until it is locked. Page 9 Monday, June 1, 2009 1:59 PM

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    5. As shown, slide the back cover along theslots until it is locked.

    Remove the protective film covering the screenand camera lens before using the phone.

    Charging the battery

    Your phone is powered by a rechargeablebattery. A new battery is partially charged. Thebattery symbol indicates the state of the battery.

    To charge the battery, plug in the connector asshown below. Then plug the other end into apower socket.

    During charging, the battery symbol scrolls.

    Keeping the charger plugged to the mobilephone when the battery is fully charged will notdamage the battery. The only way to turn off thecharger is to unplug it, so it is advisable to use aneasily accessible power socket.

    If you do not intend to use your phone forseveral days, we recommend that you removethe battery. Page 10 Monday, June 1, 2009 1:59 PM

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    You can use the phone while it is charging. If thebattery is completely flat, the battery symbol willonly reappear after a few minutes of charging.

    Setting clock

    1. Check that your phone is switched on. Longpress ) if necessary. Enter the PIN codeif required. A PIN code is a 4- to 8-digitsecret code of your SIM card. It ispreconfigured and communicated to you byyour network operator or retailer.

    If you enter an incorrect PIN code three timesin succession, your SIM card will be blocked. Tounblock it, you must request the PUK code fromyour operator.

    2. On idle screen, press OMenu and go toSettings > General > Time & date.Set format: Select the time (12-hour or 24-hour clock) and date format by pressing thenavigation keys +, -, and OOK.

    Set time/Set date: Enter the time/date. Press< or > to select the box to be defined. Enteryour desired digits by using the numerickeypad, or press + or - repeatedly until youreach the desired digits. Clock type: To display time and date on idlescreen, press + or - show the time in a clock(Analog clock) or digits (Digital clock). PressOOK to confirm.

    Display local and international clocksYou can display two clocks on the idle screen,one showing your local time and one the time ofyour destination.

    1. Check that you have set your local time anddate.

    2. Go to Settings > General > Time & date.Check that Clock type is set to Analog clockor Digital clock.

    3. On idle screen, press OMenu and go toSettings > General > Time & date> World Page 11 Monday, June 1, 2009 1:59 PM

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    clock.Clock status: Press to turn on or off theinternational clock.Local settings/Foreign settings: Press < or >repeatedly to select a time zone and city. Ifnecessary, press LOptions to turn thedaylight saving on or off.Switch Local/Foreign: Switch between localand foreign clocks.

    Inserting the Micro-SD card (memory card)

    You can expand the memory of your phone byadding a micro-SD card. Supported capacity: up to 8 GB

    1. Follow Step 1 under “Inserting the SIMcard”.

    2. As shown, align your micro-SD card withthe slot. Push it into the slot until it is


    To remove the micro-SD card, pressthe card to release it.

    3. Follow Step 5 under “Inserting the SIMcard”. Page 12 Monday, June 1, 2009 1:59 PM

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    2 Text entryYour mobile phone supports a number of textentry methods, including T9 input, multi-tapinput, numeric input and symbol input.

    Selecting text entry methods

    1. During text editing, press # repeatedly toselect your desired inputs:

    / / : for English entry: for numeric entry

    : Pinyin input for Simplified Chinese

    / : Stroke input forSimplified/Traditional Chinese Long press # to set your preferred inputmethods. Only your preferred inputmethods appear when you press #repeatedly.

    Depending on the language you select for yourphone, the supported input methods may vary.

    2. To switch the T9 input on or off, long press*. A message appears, indicating the on/off status of T9 input.

    3. To enter a symbol and punctuation, press*.

    The text editor remembers the last inputmethod you have used before you exit theediting screen. When you access the editoragain, it will automatically select the last inputmethod you have used.

    Entering text

    1. Select your desired text entry methods.2. Enter text by using the alphanumeric

    keypad.2 to 9 To input letters (T9 input) Press repeatedly to input desired letters (multi-tap input).1 to 6 To enter strokes (stroke input) Page 13 Monday, June 1, 2009 1:59 PM

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    To browse candidate words (T9 input/ multi-tap input)

    +, - To browse the candidate words on the previous/next page (T9 input/multi-tap input)

    OSelect To confirm the selection

    0 To input a space

    RClear Short press to clear a letter, long press to clear all entries. If necessary, press R to exit the input mode first.

    3. If necessary, press RBack to exit theinput mode.

    T9® inputT9® predictive text input is anintelligent editing mode formessages, which includes acomprehensive dictionary. Itallows you to quickly enter text.

    You need to press only once on the keycorresponding to each letter needed to spell aword: keystrokes input are analyzed and theword suggested by T9® is displayed at the pop-up window.

    Examples: how to enter the word "home":1. Press 4, 6, 6, 3.

    The screen displays the first word of a list:Good.

    2. Press - to scroll and select Home.3. Press OSelect to confirm.

    Multi-tap input (ABC/Abc/abc)Press the keys that are marked with thecorresponding letter you wish to enter. Pressonce to get the first letter on the key, presstwice quickly to get the second letter and so onuntil the letter you want is displayed on thescreen.

    Example: how to enter the word "home":Press 4, 4 (GHI) 6, 6, 6 (MNO), 6(MNO), 3, 3 (DEF). Tegic Euro. Pat.

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    Stroke input The principle of stroke input is to dissect andseparate every stroke of a Chinese characteraccording to sequence. When you wish to inputthe character, press the keys corresponding tothe required strokes according to sequence toget the desired character. The stroke inputmethod in this phone classifies a Chinesecharacter into 5 basic strokes: (horizontal,vertical, left falling stroke, right falling stroke andover-down) as well as a special stroke. Whenthe stroke you need does not correspond to the5 basic strokes, replace it with the specialstroke(?). Page 15 Monday, June 1, 2009 1:59 PM

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    3 CallingMaking a call

    From the idle screen1. Enter the phone number.2. Press ( to dial the number. 3. Press ) to hang up.For international calls, long press 0 toenter the "+" sign for the international prefix.

    Use the phonebook (see "Contacts" on page 31)1. Go to Contacts > View contacts to open the

    contacts list.2. To search for a contact, enter the contact

    name (up to 5 characters). Press #repeatedly to select a text entry method.

    3. Select the contact. Press ( to dial theselected number.

    For IP calls (China only), select L Options >IP call. You can preset your IP service numberunder Settings > Call > IP number.

    4. Press ) to hang up.

    Speed dialOn the idle screen, you can call a preset speed-dial number by long pressing a numeric key.

    Set your speed-dial number before dialing it.

    To assign a speed-dial key to a contact:

    1. Go to Settings > General > Speed dial.2. In Enable speed dial, press O to turn speed

    dial on.To make a speed dial, always checkthat the speed-dial function is enabled.

    3. In Set number, select one of the locations (corresponding to the numeric keys 2 to 9).

    4. Assign to the location a contact from yourphonebook. Page 16 Monday, June 1, 2009 1:59 PM

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    Answering and ending a call

    When you receive a call, the number of the callermay be displayed, depending on whether or notthe calling party has chosen to display his or her ID.If the number is stored in the phonebook, then thecorresponding name is displayed.

    • Answer the call: Press ( or O.• Divert the call: Press LOptions and select

    Divert. You can set your call divert (servicesubscription-dependent) under Settings > Call> Call divert.

    • Select background sound: PressLOptions and select Call background sound.For more information, see "Backgroundmusic" on page 63.

    • Hang up: Press ).• To answer or end a call using the supplied

    one-key headset, see "Headset" on page 80.• To reject calls from certain contacts,

    you can add the contacts or numbers to yourblacklist. In Contacts > View contacts, Messaging

    > Inbox, or Calls > All calls, select a contact orphone number, and press LOptions > Addto call blacklist (For more information aboutthe blacklist, see "Blacklist" on page 63).

    The phone will not ring or vibrate if it is in Silentmode (see "Profiles" on page 60).

    Options during a call

    During a call, you can press O to selectHandsfree or Handheld mode. Press LOptionsto access the following options:

    - Hold single: Put current call on hold.- End single: End current call. - New call: Make a new (a second) call.- Messaging: Send or check messages.- Sound recorder: see "Sound recorder" on

    page 18.- Background music: Select the background

    sound for your calls. You can also set theoption under Settings > Call > Page 17 Monday, June 1, 2009 1:59 PM

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    Background music (see "Backgroundmusic" on page 63).

    - Mute: Mute/unmute the call.- DTMF: Enable the touch tone dialing


    Sound recorder

    In most countries, recording of telephoneconversation is subject to legislation. We adviseyou to notify the caller if you intend to recordthe conversation and only do so if they agree.You should also ensure confidentiality of therecordings.

    To record a conversation during a call, selectOptions and select Sound recorder. Recordedsound is saved in .amr format and stored in Audioof My files menu (see "Finding your files" on page53).

    Mute or unmute a callDuring a call, select Options to turn the Mutefunction on or off. If you turn on Mute, themicrophone will be deactivated.

    Adjust the volumeDuring a call, press + or - volume side keys toincrease or decrease the volume.

    Handling multiple calls (Network- dependent)

    You can handle two or more calls at the sametime, as well as make conference calls with yourphone. The availability of this feature isdependent on your network operator and/oryour subscription.

    Make a second call You can make a second call when there is anactive call or with a call on hold. While on thephone, enter the number (or select a contact Page 18 Monday, June 1, 2009 1:59 PM

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    from the phonebook) and press (. The firstcall is put on hold and the second number isdialed. After the second call is received, you canthen select Options to access the followingoptions:

    • Swap to toggle between 2 calls.• Conference to introduce the party into a

    conference call.• End single to disconnect one party from the

    call.• End all to disconnect all parties from the call.• Transfer to connect the two calls. You are

    disconnected when the transfer is completed.• New call to make a new call.• Messaging to send or receive messages. • Sound recorder to record the phone

    conversation.• Mute to deactivate the microphone.• DTMF to enable the touch tone dialing system.

    Answer a second callWhen you receive a second call while already in

    communication, the phone will emit a beep toneand the screen displays information about theincoming call. You can then:

    • Press ( or O to answer the call (the firstone is put on hold).

    • Press ) to reject the call.• Press LOptions to select Divert to divert

    the call, or Replace to end the current call andanswer the incoming call.

    To receive a second call, Call Divert for voicecalls (see page 63) must be deactivated and Callwaiting (see page 63) must be activated.

    Making an emergency callWithout a SIM card in phone, you can pressRSOS to make the emergency call.With a SIM card in phone, you can enter theemergency number in idle mode, then press(.

    In Europe, the standard emergency number is112, in the UK, it is 999. Page 19 Monday, June 1, 2009 1:59 PM

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    4 Messaging

    Creating messages

    SMSSMS enables you to send text messages to theother party, using Short Messaging Service(SMS). You can use the Create SMS menu to sendmessages to another handphone or a device thatis capable of receiving SMS. To compose andsend an SMS, follow the steps below:

    1. Select Create SMS, and write your message. 2. Press LOptions to access the following


    3. Press OSend to send the message to thedesired contact or contact group (see"Contacts" on page 31).

    MMSYour mobile phone can also send and receiveMMS (Multimedia Messaging Service) messages.With MMS, you can send messages that containpictures, sound and text.

    When sending MMS messages, make sure thatyour recipient also has an MMS-enabled phonein order to view your messages. Follow the

    Save Save the message to Drafts.

    Use template Select to insert a presetmessage (See "Use templatesfor messages" on page 22).

    Insert contact No., Insert contact name, Insert bookmark

    Select to insert contactinformation (name or mobilenumber), or websiteinformation you saved as abookmark (see "Browser" onpage 42). Then press OOK. Page 20 Monday, June 1, 2009 1:59 PM

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    steps described below to compose and send anMMS.

    1. Select Create MMS. Press + or - to select:

    2. In Edit content, press LOptions:

    To Press LEdit to enter the numberor e-mail of the recipient. PressOSearch to select a contact from thephonebook.

    Cc Press LEdit to enter the numberor e-mail of other recipients towhom you wish to send a copy of themessage.

    Bcc Press LEdit to enter the number ore-mail of the recipients to whom youwish to send a copy of the message,by which the recipients in the Bcc listwill be invisible to other recipients.

    Subject Press LEdit to enter the subject ofthe MMS.

    Add image, Add audio, Add video

    Insert a slide into your message.The multimedia slide can consistof a picture and an audio file, or avideo clip.

    Add slidebefore, Add slide after

    Insert more slides into yourmessage.

    Slide timing Set the play time of MMS slides.The default value is 5 seconds.

    Preview Preview inserted multimediaslides. Press to move toprevious or next page.


    Insert a file (such as .txt, .jar) toyour message.


    Add website information yousaved as a bookmark (see"Browser" on page 42)

    Done Select to finish editing. Page 21 Monday, June 1, 2009 1:59 PM

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    3. Press LOk to access the next options:

    Copyright protected pictures and sound cannotbe sent by MMS.

    Use templates for messagesYou can use ready-made messages as newmessages. 10 SMS and 5 MMS messages arepreset in the Templates folder. You can alsosave a message as a template.

    1. Select Templates > SMS or MMS.2. Select your desired templates.

    3. Press OCreate message or LOption >Create message.The ready-made messages appears on theediting screen.

    Organizing your messages

    In this phone, your messages are sorted in thefollowing folders:

    Inbox: received messagesSent: sent messages (if you have chosen to sendand save messages) Outbox: unsuccessfully sent messagesDrafts: messages saved as drafts

    Find a message• Enter a folder and select a desired message.

    Manage messages• Select a message. Press LOptions to access

    the following options:

    Send only Send the MMS only.

    Save and send Save and Send the MMS.

    Save to draft Save the MMS to Drafts.

    Save as template

    Save the MMS as a template.

    Send options Set Validity period, Deliveryreport, Read report, Priority.

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    For the SMS or MMS, or different folders,available options may vary.

    View Read the selected message.

    Reply Reply to the sender.

    Reply by SMS

    Reply to the MMS sender by SMS.

    Reply all Reply to the sender and allrecipients on the Cc and Bcc lists.

    Forward Forward the selected message.

    Resend Resend the selected message.

    Edit Edit and send the selectedmessage.

    Save as template

    Save the selected message as apreset message.

    Use details, Use number, Use URL

    Extract the number of the senderor in the message to createmessages, make a call, or save tothe phonebook.Extract the URL in the message toconnect to the website, add as abookmark.

    Delete Delete the selected message.

    Delete all Delete all messages in the folder.

    Select multiple

    Delete selected messages in abatch.

    In Select one by one or Select all,press L to select/ unselect amessage in the list of messages.Press ODelete to delete theselected messages.

    Add to blacklist

    When you add the contact to theblacklist, you will not receive callsfrom this contact anymore (See"Blacklist" on page 63). Page 23 Monday, June 1, 2009 1:59 PM

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    To save objects inserted on MMS messages1. Open an MMS message.

    Play the attached slides or files.2. Press OOptions > Save object to save the


    Empty foldersYou can quickly remove all the messages undera folder, like Inbox, or Sent.

    1. Go to Empty folders.2. Select a folder to be emptied.3. Press O to empty the folder.

    Defining your message settings

    Some of your message settings are dependenton the service you subscribe with the network

    operator. Consult your network operator foryour account settings, general settings, serverprofile, or other relevant settings.

    In Settings > SMS,

    Advanced Copy or move messages betweenyour SIM card and phone.

    Properties Show the file information ofcurrent message.

    Account settings

    Profile name: Edit the name of thecurrent profile.SC address: Select your defaultSMS center. If not available onyour SIM card, you must enteryour SMS center number.Validity period: Select the length oftime your messages will bestored in the SMS centre. This isuseful when the recipient is notconnected to the network (andthus cannot receive yourmessage immediately). This feature is subscriptiondependent. Page 24 Monday, June 1, 2009 1:59 PM

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    Message type: Select the format ofyour sent messages. This option isnetwork dependent.

    General settings

    Delivery report: When selected,this option will inform you viathe SMS whether or not yourown SMS message was sent. This feature is subscriptiondependent.

    Reply path: When selected, thisoption allows you to transmitthe number of your SMS messagecenter together with themessage. The recipient can thenreply using your SMS center andnot theirs. This speeds up therate of transmission. This featureis subscription dependent.

    Preferred storage location

    Select where your message isstored: your SIM card or phone.Before the memory is full, allyour messages will be stored inthe selected location.

    Send and save settings

    Press to select On or Off.

    On: The message is sent andsaved to the Sent folder. Off: The message is sent only.

    Pref. bearer This option allows you to set thepreferred transmission mode.You can select Prefer GPRS, PreferGSM or GSM only. For furtherdetails, please contact yournetwork operator.

    SMS counter Display the number of messagesthat have been sent and received.

    Recently used

    Display the phone number orcontacts that you recently usedfor a message. Page 25 Monday, June 1, 2009 1:59 PM

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    In Settings > MMS, E-mail

    If not included in your mobile phone contract,you will need to subscribe to an E-mail service inorder to send and receive E-mail. In this case, allparameters are communicated to you by youroperator.

    This menu allows you to send Email to one orseveral recipients at a time, including with anattachment such as a JPEG picture. Oncereceived, your messages can be forwarded andthe attachments can be visualized with theappropriate software.

    Set up E-mail accountsThe Email accounts allows you to Activate, or Editone of the available E-mail profiles. You can alsocreate a new E-mail account. Consult thenetwork operator and mail service provider forthe account information.

    1. Go to Email > Email accounts. PressLOptions and select New account.

    Compose Set Creation mode, Image resizingand Auto signature. When Autosignature is set to On, press - andLEdit to enter the content ofsignature.

    Send Set Validity period, Delivery report,Read report, Priority, Slide timing andDelivery time options for sending anMMS.

    Retrieve Set Home network, Roaming, Readreport and Delivery report optionsfor receiving an MMS.

    Filter Set Anonymous and Advertisementfrom whom you want to filter MMSor e-mail messages.


    Set network configuration. Pleasecontact your network provider formore information. Page 26 Monday, June 1, 2009 1:59 PM

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    2. Enter your account information asprompted.- When entering symbols like @ and _,

    press *.- When selecting data account, press

    LOptions > Edit, and then, select GPRSprofiles. Check that you have selected aGPRS Internet/Email connection account.

    - Consult your mail service provider forthe mail server configuration.

    3. When returning to the list of E-mailaccounts, select the desired account, andpress LOptions > Activate to activate theselected E-mail account.

    Write E-mailTo write E-mail, select E-mail > Write e-mail.Enter the address (To), a copy (Cc), a blind copy(Bcc), Subject, Attachment (up to 3 files) andlevel of priority. Press LEdit to edit the e-mailcontent. When you have finished writing your e-mail, press RDone, and then Ok. You can then

    select to Send, Send and save, Save to drafts orQuit without Saving.

    To use a template for your E-mail, select E-mail> Template. Select your desired template, pressLOptions > Write e-mail to create your mail.

    Send and receive E-mailThe E-mail > Send and receive allows you to sendE-mail from your phone to the Internet, andreceive E-mail from the Internet to the mailboxyou have preset on your phone.

    To receive E-mail automatically1. Go to E-mail > E-mail accounts. Press

    LOptions > Activate to select your desiredaccount.

    2. Press Options, and select Edit > Advancedsettings.

    3. Press LSettings to select Account settings> Check interval. Press to select yourdesired time span.Your mail box will be checked automaticallyafter each time span. Page 27 Monday, June 1, 2009 1:59 PM

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    If authentication is required for outgoing E-mail1. Go to E-mail > E-mail accounts. Select your

    desired account.2. Press Options, and select Edit > Advanced

    settings.3. Press LSettings to select Outgoing server.

    Check that you have selected On (bydefault) in Authentication.

    Organize your E-mailFor your activated account, the Email messagesare sorted in the following folders:

    Inbox: received E-mailUnsent: unsuccessfully sent E-mailSent: sent E-mailDrafts: Email saved as drafts

    To find an E-mail message1. Go to your desired folder. 2. Press Options > Sort to sort and list

    messages as desired. 3. Press +, - , and O to select.

    To read and edit Email1. Select your desired E-mail. Press

    LOptions> Read to read the E-mail.2. Press LOptions to access the following


    Reply Reply to the senders.

    Reply without content

    Reply to the sender without theE-mail history.

    Reply all Reply to all senders.

    Reply all without content

    Reply to all senders without theE-mail history.

    Forward Forward the E-mail to someoneelse. Page 28 Monday, June 1, 2009 1:59 PM

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    To empty foldersYou can quickly remove all the mail under afolder, like Inbox, Unsent, or Sent.

    1. Go to E-mail > Delete folders.2. Select a folder to be emptied. 3. Press Lto empty the folder.

    To delete the marked E-mailThe E-mail > Delete marked mails allows you toquickly remove all the mail marked as deleted.

    Broadcast messages

    Broadcast messages are public messagesbroadcast to a group of mobile users. Themessages are broadcast on coded channels.Generally, one broadcast channel can transmitone type of message. Please contact yournetwork operator for a list of channel numbersand their respective broadcast information.

    Define settings for broadcast messagesIn Broadcast messages,

    Retrieve option

    Retrieve the complete mail. This option is available when youpress LSettings to selectIncoming server > Download option> Header only in Edit > Advancedsettings (see Step 1 and 2 in See"To receive E-mail automatically"on page 27).

    Mark as unread

    Display current E-mail as unread.

    Mark to be deleted

    Display current E-mail as deleted.

    Delete Delete current E-mail.

    Receive mode

    Press to turn the receivemode on or off.


    Read messages when there arereceived broadcast messages. Page 29 Monday, June 1, 2009 1:59 PM

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    Languages Set language for the broadcastmessage to be received.

    Channel settings

    Define the channel for broadcastmessages. Page 30 Monday, June 1, 2009 1:59 PM

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    5 Contacts

    Contacts are stored in one of the two availablephonebooks: SIM phonebook (located on yourSIM card, by which the number of entries youcan store depends on the card capacity) or theSmart Phonebook (located on your phone,which allows you to store up to 1000 names).New contacts will only be added to thephonebook you have selected.

    Adding or updating contacts

    Add a contact to Smart PhonebookFor contacts on the Smart Phonebook, you canadd detailed information, like home number andoffice number, and identifying features, likecontact pictures and ringtones.

    1. In Contacts > Advanced > Choose contact list,

    2. On the idle screen, enter the phone numberyou wish to save. Press OSave: Name: Press LEdit to go to the editingscreen. To select input methods, press #repeatedly; long press * to turn T9 inputon or off. Press RBack to exit the inputmode, if necessary. Press OOK to finishediting. Mobile number: Enter the mobile number. You can also edit your contact informationin Contacts > New contact.

    3. Go to Contacts > View contact. To add detailsto a contact,Select the desired contact. Press OView.Press LOptions > Add detail. Selectdesired items, and fill in your information byusing the alphanumeric keypad, or pressLEdit to start editing.

    Default contact list

    Press + or - and OOK to selectPhone contacts. Page 31 Monday, June 1, 2009 1:59 PM

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    When selecting contact picture or callergroup, press < or > (see "Set a photo ascontact picture" on page 55).When selecting a ringtone, press LSelect(see "Setting audio files as ringtone" on page55).

    4. Save the entries when finish editing.

    Add a contact to SIM phonebook1. In Contacts > Advanced > Choose contact list,

    2. For information editing, see Step 2 under“Add a contact to Smart Phonebook”.

    Update contacts1. On the idle screen, enter the updated

    phone number. 2. Press LOptions > Save in existing contact.

    Select your desired contact (see Step 3 in

    “Searching for a contact”) and options, andthen press O to update the contact entry.

    To edit a contact1. Go to Contacts > View contacts. 2. Select your desired contact (see "Searching

    for a contact"). Press OView.3. Press LOptions to go to the editing

    options.For contacts on SIM phonebook, only nameand mobile number are editable.

    Searching for a contact

    1. Go to Contacts > Advanced > Choose contactlist > Default contacts list. Select your desiredphonebook.

    2. Go to Contact > View contacts.3. To search for a contact, enter the contact

    name (up to 5 characters).Press # repeatedly to select an inputmethod.

    Default contact list

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    Managing your contacts

    You can copy or move your contact entriesbetween the two phonebooks. Also, you cangroup your contacts as Family, Friends, Businessand others as you like. For different groups, youcan use different ringtones for identification.Also, you can send messages to a group.

    Copy, move or delete a contact1. Go to Contacts > View contacts.2. Select a desired contact (see "Searching for

    a contact" on page 32).3. Press LOptions to select Delete, Copy to

    phone/SIM or Move to phone/SIM.

    Copy, move or delete multiple contacts1. Go to Contacts > View contacts.2. Press LOptions > Select multiple.3. Select Select all or Select one by one to

    display a fully checked or uncheckedcontacts list.

    4. Press L to check or uncheck yourselection.

    5. Press ODone to select Delete, Copy orMove.

    Copy or delete all contacts1. Go to Contacts > Advanced. 2. Select Copy all to SIM/phone or Delete all.

    Group your contacts on the Smart Phonebook1. Go to Contacts > View groups.2. Press + or - and OOK to select a group. Page 33 Monday, June 1, 2009 1:59 PM

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    3. You can rename the group, select a ringtoneand contact picture, and add contacts toMembers List.

    Share contact information with othersYou can share with others the contactinformation in your phonebook. As desired, theinformation can be sent via the SMS, MMS orBluetooth.

    1. In Contacts > View contacts, select yourdesired contact (see "Searching for acontact" on page 32).

    2. Press LOptions > Send vCard to send thecontact information via the SMS, MMS orBluetooth.

    Add a contact to blacklistAfter adding contacts or phone numbers toblacklist, you can reject the calls from thosecontacts or phone numbers.

    1. Go to Contacts > View contacts.2. Select the desired contact.3. Press LOptions > Add to call blacklist.

    To enable the blacklist function, set Status toOn under Setting > Call > Blacklist (see"Blacklist" on page 63).

    Special numbers

    This menu allows you to keep a list of usefulnumbers such as own numbers, servicenumbers, voice mail and emergency numbers.

    Options Description


    Select Edit or Erase to edit orerase your own phone number orname.

    To show the number or name onthe idle screen, select On inSettings > Display > Show ownnumber. Page 34 Monday, June 1, 2009 1:59 PM

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    Voice mail This menu allows you to set yourvoice mail server number, as wellas retrieve your voice mails.Consult the network operator forthe account information.

    Select a voice mail box, and pressEdit: Edit voice mail servernumber.

    Call: Retrieve your voice mail.

    Emergency Edit and save emergency phonenumbers.


    This service is provided by yournetwork operator. For moreinformation regarding thecorresponding function, pleasecontact your network operator. Page 35 Monday, June 1, 2009 1:59 PM

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    6 Tools

    Using your business organizer

    You can add your to-do work to the phone.Such to-do tasks are marked in your calendar.You can always check your calendar and remindyourself as desired.

    Create your to-do list1. In Tools > To do list, press OAdd or

    LOptions > Add to add a kind of task. You can also add a task in Tools > Calendar:select a date in the calendar, pressLOptions > Add event.

    2. When setting a task, specify the date andtime (in 24-hour clock).

    3. To keep yourself reminded, do thefollowing:

    Note Add a note about the task. PressLEdit to access the editingscreen. Press LTemplate toinsert a preset note.

    Alarm Press < or > once or more to turnthe alarm on, have it sound 5, 15or 30 minutes before the specifiedtime, or turn the alarm off.

    Repeat Press < or > once or more torepeat the alarm at the specifiedtime once, everyday, weekly ormonthly.

    To repeat the alarm at certaindays, press < or > to selectCustomize, - and < or > to select aweekday or weekend, and pressL to turn the alarm on or off onthe certain day. Page 36 Monday, June 1, 2009 1:59 PM

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    At the set time, the alarm sounds or vibrates,depending on the selected profile (see "Profiles"on page 60). The new event icon appears on theidle screen.

    Check your calendarAfter creating your to-do lists, you can checkyour calendar in day, weekly, or monthly views.In Tools > Calendar, press LOptions or OView. You can also create your to-do list in thecalendar of different views (see "Create your to-do list" on page 36).

    Edit your to-do list1. In Tools > Calendar, press OView to enter

    the task list.You can also select Tools > To do list toenter the task list.

    2. Select your desired task. Press Options todo the following:

    Using your business assistant

    Such features provide you with convenience.

    Alarm You can set up to five alarms.

    To set an alarm1. Check that your clock is correctly set (see

    "Setting clock" on page 11).2. Go to Tools > Alarm.

    The screen of alarm list appears.3. Select an alarm, and press LEdit to enter

    the alarm setting screen. Time: Set the alarm time.

    Location Enter the location of the task.

    Add Add a task.

    Edit Edit the selected task.

    Delete Delete the selected task.

    Delete all Delete all the tasks. Page 37 Monday, June 1, 2009 1:59 PM

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    Repetition: Repeat the alarm on one or some of the weekdays or weekends.Alarm tone: Select an alarm tone.Snooze: Select an alarm interval: Off, 5, 10,or 15 minutes, or select Customized to setthe alarm interval as desired.

    4. PressRBack repeatedly to return to thescreen of alarm list. Press O to turn thealarm on or off.

    To use an alarmOn the set alarm time, your alarm sounds. Select Stop: The alarm stops. If you have selectedrepetition mode for the alarm (see "To set analarm"), it will sound again at the set time.

    Select Snooze: The alarm will sound again afterthe set Snooze interval. You can select Snoozethree times.

    The alarm clock will ring even if your mobilephone is switched off, or the Profiles is set toSilent. The alarm clock will vibrate if the Profilesis set to Meeting.

    Business card readerThis menu allows you to collect the businesscards information by directly scanning thebusiness card contents into Contacts.

    1. In Tools > Business card reader, press L toselect your desired settings.

    2. Adjust the lens of your camera: in thebusiness card, the portion to be scannedshall be within the viewing frame.Adjust the focus: press the camera keygently until the viewing frame appears andturns blue. Adjust the distance between thelens and business card: in the viewing frame,the business card shall be clear andrecognizable.Scan the business card: press the camerakey.The screen turns black. The recognitionstarts until the recognition result isdisplayed.

    3. Edit the information as desired. Page 38 Monday, June 1, 2009 1:59 PM

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    A new contact is created in your phonebook.

    Errors may occur during the recognitionprocess. Edit the scanned contents beforesaving.

    Text readerThis menu allows you to view the text file (.txt) saved on the phone or memory card. To read a text file through the text reader,

    1. Copy and save the file to My files > Phone orMemory card > Others > Ebook.

    2. Go to Business > Text reader.3. If you have inserted a memory card into

    your phone, to select the file location: Phoneor Memory card, press OSettings > Select memory or,LOptions > Settings > Select memory, andthen, LEdit. Press O to confirm. Existing files are listed. To display the files asdesired, press LOptions > Sort.

    4. To display a file correctly, select yourdesired file, and press LOptions > Viewsettings > Encoding. Select the encodingsuitable to your language.

    To search for information when viewing a fileYou can search for specific words, markedinformation, or different parts of the file. Afteropening the file, press:

    • OJump to: Go to the beginning, middle orend of the file. To skip a certain percentage ofthe entire file, select Enter percentage andpress OEdit to enter your desiredpercentage number.

    • LOptions > Find: Find specific words in thefile.

    • LOptions > Go to bookmark: Go to themarked information. To do so, add abookmark where desired by pressingLOptions > Add bookmark. Page 39 Monday, June 1, 2009 1:59 PM

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    To clear the files created by the system during E-book readingGo to Business > Text reader. In the screen of filelist, press LOptions > Cleanup bookshelf.

    Sound recorderYou can make recording for yourself or send itvia the MMS, E-mail, or Bluetooth.

    Make recording1. Go to Tools > Sound recorder. Press

    LOptions > Settings to select the storagelocation, file format, and audio quality foryour recording.

    2. Press ORecord or LOptions > Record tostart recording, O to pause/resumerecording, and RStop to stop recording.A file name is generated automatically forthe recording file. Edit the file name ifnecessary.

    3. Press OOK to save the recording file.Append recording to a file1. Select the desired file.

    2. Press LOptions > Append. The new recording is added to the file.

    Edit recording files1. Select the desired file.2. Press LOptions to select Rename, Delete

    or Delete all.Send an audio file1. Select the desired file. 2. Press LOptions > Send to send the audio

    file via the MMS, E-mail, or Bluetooth.

    World clockYou can display two clocks on the idle screen,one showing your local time and one the time ofyour destination.

    1. Check that you have set your local time anddate.

    2. Go to Settings > General > Time & date.Check that Clock type is set to Analog clockor Digital clock.

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    the international clock. Local settings/Foreign settings: Press < or >repeatedly to select a city. If necessary,press LOptions to turn the daylight savingon or off. Switch Local/Foreign: Switch between localand foreign clocks.

    Alarms, reminders, programmed events aretime zone independent! If you set an alarm or anevent at 9:00 AM in time zone A, it will still ringor be due at 9:00 AM if you change to time zoneB.

    OthersCalculatorEnter figures by using the numeric keypad. Press+, -, , or OOk to select “+”, “-”, “/” , “x”, or“=” for your calculation. Press * to enter adecimal point.

    Unit converterConvert between international and British units.

    Currency converterConvert between different currencies based onexchange rates.

    1. In Tools > Currency converter, enter yourexchange rate in Rate. Press OOk toconfirm.

    2. In Rate, if necessary, press to switchforeign versus local currency to local versusforeign currency.

    3. Enter the sum of money in Local. PressOOk.You will get the result in Foreign.

    The result of the calculator is indicative only.The calculation accuracy is 10 decimal places.The result is then truncated after the 10thdecimal digit for the next operation. Page 41 Monday, June 1, 2009 1:59 PM

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    7 Browser

    You can use this function to browse theInternet. Consult your network operator forthe service subscription and WAP settings.

    Managing your browser

    In Browser > Settings,Customize: Define or select your Internet accesssettings.

    Browser options: Define the time for an accessattempt, choose whether to show images onweb pages. Clear cache, Clear cookies: Clear the history andcookies of the browser.

    Accessing web sites

    You can access a web site in different ways:

    Home: Access the homepage. Save your favoriteweb site as the homepage.Bookmarks: Access the web site saved as abookmark. By storing a website as bookmark,you can save and quickly access your favoritewebsites, and forward them in your messages(see "Add bookmark text" page 21).

    Enter address: Enter a web site address.History: Access a web site you visited before.Offline pages: Access web pages you saved.

    Enabling/disabling push messages

    WAP push messages are specially formattedSMS messages that contain a URL. With such aURL, you can connect to a web site addressthrough the WAP browser of your phone. To enable or disable the function, go to Browser> Settings > Receive push message. Page 42 Monday, June 1, 2009 1:59 PM

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    8 Camera

    Your mobile phone features a digital camera thatallows you to take pictures (up to 3.2 Megapixels) and record short video clips.


    Take photos1. On the idle screen, long press the camera

    key, or go to Camera > Camera. If necessary,press +, - to switch between camera andvideo modes.

    2. Press < or > to increase or decrease thebrightness.Press the volume side keys to zoom out orin (image size equal to or smaller than 640 x480).

    3. Press the camera key gently to focus. A bluesquare appears. Hold down the camera keyuntil the auto focus is completed andpicture captured;Or, press O until a blue square appears,and auto focus is completed and picturecaptured.

    To adjust settings before taking photos• PressLto select your desired photo

    settings and storage location.

    After a photo is takenAfter a photo is taken, it is saved to My files >Phone or Memory card > Picture.

    To send the photo, press O to send it via theMMS.

    To continue photographing, press RBack.

    To delete the photo, press LDelete.

    To exit the camera, press ). Page 43 Monday, June 1, 2009 1:59 PM

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    View photosAll the pictures are saved to My files > Phone orMemory card > Picture. To view the pictures,

    1. In the camera mode, press L > Imageviewer.

    2. Select your desired photo and pressOView. If necessary, press +/- or tomove to previous or next photos.

    3. Press O to show a vertical or horizotalphoto.

    4. Press RBack to exit.

    Use photosSee "Using photos" on page 54.


    Video recording1. On the idle screen, long press the camera

    key, or go to Camera > Video. If necessary,

    press +, - to switch between camera andvideo modes.

    2. Press < or > to increase or decrease thebrightness.

    3. Press O to start, pause/resume, and stoprecording.To save the video clip, press L.To save and send the video clip via theMMS, pressR and then, O.To exit without saving, press R andthen, RNo.

    To adjust settings before video recording• To select your desired video recorder

    settings, video file settings, and storagelocation, press L.

    Play video clipsYour video recording is saved to My files >Phone or Memory card > Video. To play a videoclip,1. In the video mode, press L > To player.2. Select your desired video clip. Press OPlay

    to start playback in full screen. Page 44 Monday, June 1, 2009 1:59 PM

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    3. When playing the video clip, press any key to exit the playback in fullscreen;press L to resume playback in full screen;press O to start or pause playback;press R to stop playback and return tothe previous menu. Page 45 Monday, June 1, 2009 1:59 PM

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    9 Entertainment

    Java games and applications

    Your mobile phone features a Java run-timeenvironment, which allows you to run Javaapplications, such as games downloaded fromthe network.The first time you launch Java, a message appearsto alert you that the installation andconfiguration of Java will take several moments.

    Install Java games and applicationsYou can download Java games and applicationsfrom the Internet to your phone via the WAP,or install them from PC via the supplied USBcable. Consult your network operator for theservices.

    When installing games via a USB data cable,make sure that you save the .jar file in a filefolder under My files > Others. Press OIntall tostart the installation.

    Run Java games and applicationsYour phone is preloaded with some Java gamesand applications. Select your desired program,and press OLaunch to start it.

    To run some Java applications (untrusted third-party software) on your phone, you may need toadjust the Java settings.

    1. In Entertainment > Java games andapplications, select the application to belaunched.

    2. Press LOptions > Settings, and select youroption as needed:

    Network access: permission to network access Auto invocation: permission to launch the MIDlet automaticallyMessaging: permission to send and receive Page 46 Monday, June 1, 2009 1:59 PM

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    messagesMultimedia: permission to photographing, or sound/video recording

    Read user data: permission to read your data, like contacts and calendar entries

    Write user data: permission to write your data

    Local connectivity: permission to local connectivity, like the Bluetooth connectivity.

    Editing your photos

    You can edit your photos before sending themvia the MMS or saving them for other purposes.

    Add to or clip from photos1. Go to Entertainment > Photo editor > Photo

    artist, and select your desired photo fromMy files > (Phone or Memory card) > Pictures.

    2. Select Auto resize to adjust a photo to thesize of contact picture ;Otherwise, select Main LCD clip to clip the

    photo. Press +, -, to select the desiredclip, and press LOK to confirm.To add effects, contents, or changes,press LOptions, and select your desiredaddition or change.

    Piece photos togetherYou can make a photo consisting of 2, 4 or 9photos.

    1. In Entertainment > Photo editor > Image tile,select your desired option.

    2. Press LSelect to select a photo from Myfiles > (Phone or Memory card) > Pictures.

    3. To clip the photo, select Clip image.Otherwise, select Auto resize.

    4. Follow Step 2 and 3 to select desiredphotos.

    5. Press OSave, select your desired storagelocation and then press:OOpen: Open a folder in a storagelocation. Page 47 Monday, June 1, 2009 1:59 PM

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    LSelect: Save the file with the assignedfile name (editable).

    Editing your ringtones

    You can create your own ringtones.

    1. In Entertainment > Melody composer, pressLto add a ringtone, or edit a selectedringtone file.

    2. Enter your music notes by using thealphanumeric keypad (1-7).

    3. Press LOptions to select your playbackoptions, and save the edited ringtone as anew file. Your ringtone files are saved to My files >(Phone or Memory card) >Audio.


    The availability of this menu depends onwhether or not your SIM card supports STK. Ifyour SIM card supports STK function, the STKmenu will be displayed on the screen. Page 48 Monday, June 1, 2009 1:59 PM

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    10 Multimedia

    Save MP3, WMA, AAC, AAC+, MIDI or AMRmusic files under the Audio folder on your phoneand memory card. You can play the music onyour phone.

    Music player

    Create your music library Edit music files on your PC1. Run Windows Media Player (or other music

    management program) on your PC.2. To add music files, click Media Library on the

    left menu, and then click Add on the topmenu.

    3. On the left pane, select All Music.On the right pane, all the music files youadded are displayed.

    4. Click Title, Artist, Album to edit them asdesired.

    Operations may vary according to musicmanagement software or Windows MediaPlayer versions. Consult the help file of thesoftware.

    Transfer music files from PC to your phone 1. Use the supplied USB data cable to connect

    your phone with the PC. Select Mass storageon your phone.

    2. Copy the music files from the PC to theAudio folder on your phone or memory card(see "Inserting the Micro-SD card (memorycard)" on page 12).

    3. Remove your phone (a USB mass storagedevice) from the PC safely. Page 49 Monday, June 1, 2009 1:59 PM

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    4. On your phone, go to Multimedia > Musicplayer. Press LOptions > Refresh library.The music files are transferred to yourmusic library.

    Play music The music files are organized in three folders.All songs: all the songs on your phone.Albums: songs sorted by album.Artists: songs sorted by artist.

    • If necessary, press LOptions > Refreshlibrary to refresh the music library on yourphone.

    Play music files1. Select your desired song in a folder.

    You start playback from the song. On theplayback screen, the file information andselected playback settings are displayed.

    2. To select your plackback settings, pressLOptions > Settings:Shuffle > On: Turn it on to play music files inthe folder randomly.

    Repeat > Repeat 1: Play current filerepeatedly.Repeat > Repeat All: Play all the files in thefolder repeatedly. Background play > Always: Continue to playmusic after you exit the music player.

    3. To return to the playback screen, pressRBack. During playback (on the playback or idlescreen)< or >: press repeatedly to select a song< or >: long press to select a section withina songVolume side keys: adjust the volume O: pause and resume playback RBack: return to the previous menu ): go to the idle screen

    To turn off the music player on the idle screen• Press ), and then tap on Yes. Page 50 Monday, June 1, 2009 1:59 PM

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    Create playlistsYou can create up to 4 playlists for songs thatyou wish to play at this time. Your last playedsongs are saved to Playlists > Last played.

    1. Select your desired songs or albums.2. Press LOptions > Add to playlist to add

    songs by file or album. 3. Select a playlist where you add the songs.

    A playlist is created.

    FM radio

    Tune to a radio stationTo tune to a radio station, always plug thesupplied earphone into your phone.

    • Auto tune: 1. In Multimedia > FM radio, press LOptions

    > Auto presets. The radio frequency scanning startsautomatically. Up to 20 available radiostations are saved to Channel list. The firstpreset radio station starts to play.

    2. Select your desired station from Channel list.If necessary, press RBack to go to theplayback screen.

    Or,On the radio playback screen, press + to enablethe auto search function. The auto search iconlights up. Press < or > to start the auto tuning tothe next available station.

    • Manual tune: Press LOptions > Manual input to enteryour desired radio frequency.Or,On the radio playback screen, press + todisable the auto search function. The autosearch icon dims. Press < or > repeatedly forfine tuning.

    Edit the channel listYou can assign a preset to a certain location.When pressing the numeric key on the radioplayback screen, you tune to the stationimmediately. Page 51 Monday, June 1, 2009 1:59 PM

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    1. On the radio playback screen, pressOChannel to select a location for yourpreset (Location 1 to 9 corresponding tonumeric keys 1 to 9).

    2. Press LOptions > Edit:Channel name: Name or rename thechannel.Frequency: Enter your desired frequency.The old frequency in the location isreplaced.


    1. Tune to your desired station (see "Tune to aradio station").

    2. On the radio playback screen, long pressyour desired numeric key.Current station is saved to the location(corresponding to the numeric key) inChannel list.

    3. To edit a channel name, press OChannel toselect the channel. Press LOptions > Editto edit the channel name.

    Listen to a radio station1. Go to Multimedia > FM radio.

    The last played station starts to play. 2. To select a preset station on the playback

    screen, - press a numeric key;- or, press OChannel.

    3. On the radio playback screen, press- - to stop or resume radio playback;

    if playing the radio on the idle screen,press - to stop playback and exit theradio;

    - LOptions > Settings to select yourplayback settings:Background play: Turn it on to play theradio after exiting the radio. The stationinformation appears on the idle screen. Loud speaker: Turn it on to listen to theradio through the speaker. Page 52 Monday, June 1, 2009 1:59 PM

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    11 My files

    On the phone, all the files are stored under thefolders of the phone memory or memory card.

    Finding your files

    1. Go to My files.2. Select Phone or Memory card, if you have

    installed a memory card on your phone. Picture: for photos, .jpg files and othersVideo: for video clips, and othersAudio: for audio files, like sound recording,music files, ringtones, and othersOther: for .txt files under Ebook (readablethrough Tools > Text reader), and filesreceived via the Bluetooth under Receivedon the phone memory.

    3. If necessary, press LOptions to selectyour view settings:Browse style: Show files as icons or a list.Sort: Show files in the order of name, type,time or size.

    To find your files on the phone, save the filesunder the Audio, Others, Pictures, and Videosfolders on the phone memory or memory card.

    Managing your files

    Create sub-folders You can create sub-folders under the Picture,Video, Audio, and Other folders, or an existingsub-folder.

    1. Select a folder or sub-folder under whichyou wish to create a folder.

    2. Press LOptions > Create.3. In the editing screen, enter a file name. If

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    the T9 input on or off. A sub-folder is created.

    Manage your filesYou can copy and move files between folders,and delete, or rename your files.

    1. Select a file under a folder.2. Press LOptions to select your desired

    option: Rename, Copy, Move, Delete, Deleteall.

    3. To copy or move a file, select the desiredfolder, and then press:OOpen: Open a sub-folder under currentfolder.LSelect: Move or copy the file to currentfolder.

    Sharing your files

    You can share your files with others via theMMS, E-mail, or Bluetooth.

    1. Select the desired file, and pressLOptions > Send.

    2. Select the option to send the file via theMMS, E-mail, or bluetooth.If you send your files via the Bluetooth,check your Bluetooth connection first (see"Bluetooth" on page 57 ).

    Using photos

    Edit a photo1. Select a photo under My files > Picture.2. Press LOptions > Edit.3. Follow the steps under "Add to or clip from

    photos" on page 47.

    Set a photo as wallpaper or screensaver1. Select a photo under My files > Picture.2. Press LOptions > Set as wallpaper/Set as

    screensaver.If a photo is too large, select the photo Page 54 Monday, June 1, 2009 1:59 PM

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    again. Select LOptions > Edit > Auto resizeto adjust the image size.

    Set a photo as contact pictureYou can use your photo as the contact pictureof the contacts in your Smart Phonebook.

    1. Select a photo under My files > Picture.2. Press LOptions > Send > To contacts.

    If a photo is too large, select the photoagain. Select LOptions > Edit > Auto resizeto adjust the image size.

    3. Select your desired contact (in the SmartPhonebook located on your phone, see"Add a contact to Smart Phonebook" onpage 31). Press OOK.

    Setting audio files as ringtone

    1. Select an audio file under Audio.2. Press LOptions > Set as incoming call


    To edit the audio filesee "Editing your ringtones" on page 48. Page 55 Monday, June 1, 2009 1:59 PM

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    12 Calls

    You are provided with the records about yourincoming and outgoing calls, and received andsent Internet data.

    Go to Calls to check your call history.

    Depending on your network, rounding-off forbilling purposes, taxes, and others, the actualtime invoiced for calls and services by yourservice provider may vary.

    The Advanced > Call costs function is network-dependent. Page 56 Monday, June 1, 2009 1:59 PM

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    13 Bluetooth

    About Bluetooth

    Your phone supports Bluetooth wirelesstechnology, allowing connection to a compatibleBluetooth device within 10 meters. TheBluetooth connection can be subject tointerference from obstructions such as walls orother electronic devices.

    Before you can apply Bluetooth, make sure theother device supports Bluetooth function bycontacting the device’s manufacturer or itsaccompanied documentation.

    Connecting to a Bluetooth device

    Consult the user documentation of theBluetooth device to be connected. Prepare theBluetooth device for pairing.

    1. Go to Bluetooth > Bluetooth. Press Inquire BT device to startsearching for available Bluetooth devices.To connect to a Bluetooth headset, selectSearch audio devices. A list of available Bluetooth devices appears.

    3. Select the device you wish to connect.4. Enter your Bluetooth password (0000 by

    default) to start pairing.The pairing is made if your pairing request isaccepted by the other device.- To receive a call using the Bluetooth

    headset, select Forward to BT headset inBluetooth > Settings > Audio path. Page 57 Monday, June 1, 2009 1:59 PM

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    5. To select your desired service (like FTP,BIP),go to Bluetooth > My devices, select thedevice, and press OConnect.

    Connect to a device you connected previously 1. On the device, check that the Bluetooth

    function is enabled. 2. Turn on the Bluetooth of your phone.3. On your phone, go to Bluetooth > My

    devices. Check that the device is in the list.The connection is established. To select your desired service, select thedevice and press OConnect.

    Use the Bluetooth stereo headset 1. Consult the user documentation of the

    Bluetooth headset. - Check that your Bluetooth headset

    supports A2DP profile (Bluetooth stereooutput).

    - Prepare the Bluetooth headset forpairing.

    2. On your phone, - Check that the Bluetooth function is

    enabled. Select Bluetooth > Search audiodevices to start the connection with theBluetooth headset (see "Connecting to aBluetooth device").

    3. Select and play your desired music or audiofiles.

    To control music playback through a Bluetooth headsetConsult the user documentation of theBluetooth headset. Check that your Bluetoothheadset supports AVRCP profile (Audio/videoremote control).

    Getting connected by a Bluetooth device

    1. Go to Bluetooth > Settings:Visibility: Turn it on to make your phone visible to other Bluetooth devices. Page 58 Monday, June 1, 2009 1:59 PM

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    My name: Your phone name to be identified by other Bluetooth devices. Press O to edit it.Authentication: Turn it on if a password (0000 by default) is required to accept the connection request.

    2. Go to Bluetooth > Bluetooth. Press Settings > Remote SIMmode. Turn on the mode. When the mode is on,other Bluetooth functions of your phone isdeactivated.

    If you do not use the Bluetooth feature for sometime, you should deactivate it in order toconserve battery power.


    Shared folder: Define the file folder open to browsing.

    Access right: Define access rights toshared files


    Shared folder: Define the file folder for pictures open to browsing. Page 59 Monday, June 1, 2009 1:59 PM

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    14 Profiles

    Adjusting ring settings to different scenes

    The profiles are defined for several scenes. Theyconsist of the settings for ringtones, ring volume,answer mode, and others. With preset profiles,you can easily adjust incoming calls and messagesas desired.

    Define your profilesThis phone has provided you with several presetprofiles. You can use the default settings orchange them as desired.

    The settings for Silent and Flight mode (on aplane) are unchangeable.

    To change the settings:1. In Profiles, select the profile to be changed.2. Press LModify.3. Select your desired option and make

    changes as desired.

    Apply a profile1. In Profiles, select the profile to be applied.2. Press OActivate to activate the profile.

    To activate or deactivate the Meetingprofile (vibrate only by default) on idlescreen, long press #.

    If you select Flight mode, you disable theconnection between your phone and yourmobile phone network.

    Turn the Silent mode on or offWhen activating the Slient mode, you need toselect a time span for the mode to keepactivated. After the time span, your phone willautomatically return to the previous selectedprofile. Page 60 Monday, June 1, 2009 1:59 PM

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    15 Settings


    Time & date Set the clock of the phone (see"Setting clock" on page 11).Auto power on/off: Set time foryour phone to be turned on oroff automatically.

    Languages Select a language for yourphone.

    Auto keypad lock

    Set an idle time span for thekeypad to be locked.

    Speed dial Set a numeric key as a directdial to a contact (see "Speeddial" on page 16).

    Fast keys Set a navigation key as a directaccess to a menu (see "Fastkeys" on page 3).

    Auto update of date and time

    Update the time and date ofyour phone according to thesignals sent by the network.(dependent on the network).

    Shortcuts Set a quick access menu(RShortcuts) consisting offunctional sub-menus (see"Shortcuts" on page 3).

    Memory status Check the memory occpancyof Contacts, Messages and Myfiles: on phone and SIM card,or on phone and memory card(if a memory card is inserted onyour phone). Page 61 Monday, June 1, 2009 1:59 PM

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    Wallpaper Select an image as the wallpaper of your phone. Youcan select either a defaultwallpaper or one of yourpictures stored in My files.

    see "Set a photo as wallpaperor screensaver" on page 54.

    Screen saver Settings > Status: Turn thescreen saver on or off.Settings > Waiting: Set timespan in idle mode before ascreen saver appears.Select: Select an image as thescreen saver.

    see "Set a photo as wallpaperor screensaver" on page 54.

    Themes Define the theme for yourphone.

    Backlight settings

    Select the brightness andduration of backlight.

    Show own number

    Select whether to show yourphone number or name onthe idle screen. Set yourphone number or name inContacts > Special numbers >My numbers.

    Show operator name

    Select whether to show thename of your operator onthe idle screen.

    Greeting Select whether to showgreetings when your phone isturned on.

    Caller ID Set how to show your number tothe called party (network-dependent). Page 62 Monday, June 1, 2009 1:59 PM

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    Call waiting Get informed of an incoming call when on phone (see "Answering and ending a call" on page 17).

    Call divert Divert incoming calls to yourvoice mailbox or to anotherphone number (regardless ofwhether or not the number is inyour phonebook).(see "Answering and ending acall" on page 17)

    This feature is subscriptiondependent.

    Call barring Set limits to your incoming andoutgoing calls.Select Change barring PW tochange the call barring password.

    This feature is networkdependent and requires a specificcall barring password supplied byyour service provider.

    IP number (network-dependent, availableonly in China): Add the preset IPnumber to outgoing call numbers.

    Blacklist Status: Turn the blacklist modeon or off.Blacklist number: Edit a list ofphone numbers. You can rejectall the calls from such numbers.

    Auto redial Keep redialing the call numberthat fails to go through.

    Call time reminder

    Get reminded after the specifiedcall time span once or repeatedly.

    Call time display

    Display the call time on thescreen.

    Background music

    Play selected music as thebackground music during a call.

    Select when make call: Turn it onto select an effect when making acall. Page 63 Monday, June 1, 2009 1:59 PM

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    Effects list: A list of effect options.Select Empty to add a .wav file (inlow audio quality or at thesampling rate of 8 KHz).

    When recording .wav effect filesin Tools > Sound recorder, pressLOptions > Settings to set thefile format and audio quality.

    To select other .wav effect files,make sure that the sampling rateis 8 KHz and the audio effects aremono.

    Closed user group

    Restrict incoming and outgoingcalls within certain groups ofpeople (service subscription-dependent).

    Line switching

    Swap phones when handlingmultiple calls (see "Handlingmultiple calls (Network-dependent)" on page 18).


    Select the network for yourphone (service subscription-dependent).


    Select your preferred network.


    Select GPRS connection mode.

    Data account Check or create your dataaccount.

    Java audio Set the volume level.

    Java vibration Turn the vibration On or Off. Java network Select a Java network (service

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    Security Sound

    Factory settings

    Restore your phone settings to the defaultvalues. You need to enter your phone lockpassword to restore settings.

    SIM lock Set PIN or PIN2 passwordprotection for your SIM card(The PIN or PIN2 are providedby the network operator).

    Phone lock Set password protection foryour phone. You are required toenter the password (1122 bydefault) each time you turn onthe phone.

    Fixed dial Restrict your outgoing calls tocertain numbers.

    Barred dial Prohibit some outgoing calls.


    Change your PIN, PIN2, phonelock passwords as desired.

    Ringtones Select a ringtone for incoming calls and messages.

    Ring type Select ring types.

    Volume Adjust the volume of rings.

    Shutter sound

    Select shutter sounds for yourcamera.

    Extra tone Select whether a sound tone is tobe emitted for warning, error,network connetion or callconnection. Page 65 Monday, June 1, 2009 1:59 PM

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    Icons & SymbolsIn idle mode, several symbols can be displayedsimultaneously on the main screen. Whenpressing some of the status icons, thecorresponding menu will be displayed on thescreen.

    If the network symbol isn’t displayed, thenetwork is currently not available. You may bein a bad reception area, moving to a differentlocation may help.

    Silent - Your phone will not ring whenreceiving a call.

    Vibrate - Your phone will vibrate whenreceiving a call.

    SMS message - You have received a newmessage.

    MMS message - You have received a newmultimedia message.

    Battery - The bars indicate the batterylevel (4 bars = full, 1 bar = low).

    Alarm clock - Feature is activated.

    Missed call - You have a missed call.

    Call divert - Indicates that the call divertfunction is activated.

    Bluetooth feature is activated.

    The Bluetooth headset is connected.

    Headset - The headset is plugged into thephone.

    Roaming - Displayed when your phone isregistered to a network other than yourown (especially when you’re abroad). Page 66 Monday, June 1, 2009 1:59 PM

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    Home zone - A zone designated by yournetwork operator. Subscriptiondependent, contact your serviceprovider for details.

    GSM network - your phone is connectedto a GSM network.

    Reception quality - the more bars areshown, the better the reception is.

    GPRS attach - Your phone is connectedto the GPRS network.

    EDGE attach - Your phone is connectedto the EDGE network.

    Memory card - Indicates the memorycard is in use. You can access yourmemory card through the My files menu.

    Keypad lock - The keypad has beenlocked. Page 67 Monday, June 1, 2009 1:59 PM

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    PrecautionsRadio Waves

    Your cellular mobile phone is a lowpower radio transmitter andreceiver. When it is operating, itsends and receives radio waves. Theradio waves carry your voice or data

    signal to a base station that is connected to thetelephone network. The network controls thepower at which the phone transmits.

    • Your phone transmits/receives radio waves inthe GSM frequency (900 / 1800 / 1900 MHz).

    • The GSM network controls transmissionpower (0.01 to 2 watts).

    • Your phone complies with all relevant safetystandards.

    • The CE mark on your phone showscompliancy with European electromagnetic

    compatibility (Ref. 89/336/EEC) and lowvoltage directives (Ref. 73/23/EEC).

    Your cellular mobile phone is yourresponsibility. To avoid damage to yourself, toothers or to the phone itself, read and follow allthe safety instructions and make them known toanyone borrowing your phone. Furthermore toprevent unauthorised use of your phone:

    Keep your phone in a safe place andkeep it out of small children's reach.

    Avoid writing down your PIN code.Try to remember it instead.

    Switch off the phone and remove the battery ifyou are going to leave it unused for a long time.Change your PIN code after purchasing thephone and to activate call restriction options.

    The design of your phone complieswith all applicable laws and regulations.However your phone may causeinterference with other electronicdevices. Consequently you should Page 68 Monday, June 1, 2009 1:59 PM

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    follow all local recommendations andregulations when using your cellular phoneboth at home and when away. Regulations onthe use of cellular phones in vehicles andaircraft are particularly stringent.

    Public concern has been focused for some time onthe possible health risks for users of cellularphones. The current research on radio wavetechnology, including the GSM technology, hasbeen reviewed and safety standards have beendrawn up to ensure protection from exposure toradio wave energy. Your cellular telephonecomplies with all applicable safety standardsand the Radio Equipment and TelecommunicationsTerminal Equipment Directive 1999/5/EC.

    Always switch off your phone...

    Inadequately protected or sensitive electronicequipment may be affected by radio energy.This interference can lead to accidents.

    Before boarding an aircraft and/orwhen packing the phone in yourluggage: the use of mobile phones in an

    aircraft may be dangerous for the operation ofthe aircraft, disrupt the mobile phones networkand may be illegal.

    In hospitals, clinics, other health carecentres and anywhere else where youmay be in the close vicinity of medicalequipment.

    In areas with a potentially explosiveatmosphere (e.g. petrol stations andalso areas where the air contains dustparticles, such as metal powders).

    In a vehicle transporting flammable products(even if the vehicle is parked) or a vehiclepowered by liquefied petroleum gas (LPG),check first that the vehicle complies with theapplicable safety rules. Page 69 Monday, June 1, 2009 1:59 PM

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    In areas where you are requested to turn off radiotransmitting devices, such as quarries or otherareas where blasting operations are in progress.

    Check with the vehicle manufacturerthat electronic equipment used inyour vehicle will not be affected byradio energy.


    If you have a pacemaker:

    • Always keep the phone more than 15 cmfrom your pacemaker when the phone isswitched on, in order to avoid potentialinterference.

    • Do not carry the phone in a breastpocket.• Use the ear opposite to the pacemaker to

    minimise the potential interference.• Switch off your phone if you suspect that

    interference is taking place.

    Hearing aids

    If you are a user of a hearing aid, consult yourphysician and hearing aid manufacturer to learnwhether your particular device is susceptible tocellular phone interference.

    Improved performance

    In order to improve the performance ofyour phone, reduce radio energy emission,reduce battery consumption and ensuresafe operation adhere to the followingguidelines:

    For the optimal and satisfactoryoperation of the phone you arerecommended to use the phone in thenormal operating position (when not

    using in hands-free mode or with a hands-freeaccessory).

    • Do not expose your phone to extremetemperatures. Page 70 Monday, June 1, 2009 1:59 PM

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    • Treat the phone with care. Any misuse willvoid the International Guarantee.

    • Do not immerse the phone in any liquid; ifyour phone is damp, switch it off, remove thebattery and let them dry for 24hrs beforeusing them again.

    • To clean the phone, wipe it with a soft cloth.• Placing and receiving calls consumes the same

    amount of battery energy. However, themobile consumes less energy in idle screenwhen kept in the same place. When in idlescreen and while you are moving, your phoneconsumes energy to transmit updatedlocation information to the network. Settingthe backlight for a shorter period of time aswell as avoiding unnecessary navigating in themenus will also help to save the battery’senergy for longer phoning and stand-byperformances.

    Battery information

    • Your phone is powered by a rechargeablebattery.

    • Use specified charger only.• Do not incinerate.• Do not deform or open the battery.• Do not allow metal objects (such as keys in

    your pocket) to short circuit the batterycontacts.

    • Avoid exposure to excessive heat (>60° C or140° F), moisture or caustic environments.

    You should only use Philips AuthenticAccessories, as the use of any otheraccessories may damage your phoneand may be dangerous, and will make

    all guarantees for your Philips phone null andvoid. The use of an incorrect type of battery mayalso cause an explosion.

    Make sure damaged parts are replacedimmediately by a qualified technician and that they Page 71 Monday, June 1, 2009 1:59 PM

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    are replaced with genuine Philips replacementparts.

    Your mobile phone and your car

    Studies have shown that speaking onthe telephone while driving lowersyour

    concentration, which can be dangerous. Adhereto the following guidelines:

    • Give your full attention to driving. Pull off theroad and park before using the phone.

    • Respect the local regulations in countrieswhere you drive and use your GSM phone.

    • If you want to use your phone in a vehicle,install the hands-free car kit which is designedfor that purpose.

    • Ensure that your phone and car kit do notblock any air bags or other security devicesfitted in your car.

    • The use of an alarm system to operate avehicle's light or horn to indicate incoming

    phone calls is prohibited on public roads insome countries. Check local regulations.

    EN 60950 Norm

    In hot weather or after prolonged exposure tothe sun (e.g., behind a window or a windscreen),the temperature of your phone's casing mightincrease, especially when featuring a metallicfinish. Be very careful in this case when pickingup your phone and also avoid using it with anambient temperature over 40° C.

    For your phone, the socket-outlet shall beinstalled near the phone and shall be accessible.

    Environmental care

    Remember to observe the localregulations regarding the disposal ofthe packaging materials, exhaustedbatteries and old phone and please

    promote their recycling. Page 72 Monday, June 1, 2009 1:59 PM

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    Philips has marked the battery and packagingwith standard symbols designed to promote therecycling and appropriate disposal of youreventual waste.

    WEEE Marking in the DFU: “Information to the Consumer”

    Disposal of your old productYour product is designed and manufactured withhigh quality materials and components, whichcan be recycled and reused.

    When this crossed-out wheeled binsymbol is attached to a product itmeans the product is covered bythe European Directive 2002/96/EC

    Please inform yoursel