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    Smartphone User Manual Congratulations on the purchase of your new Windows Mobile™ Smartphone. Please read before operating your device. THE DEVICE IS NOT CHARGED WHEN YOU TAKE IT OUT OF THE BOX. DO NOT REMOVE THE BATTERY PACK WHEN THE DEVICE IS CHARGING.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents Chapter 1 Getting Started 1.1 Knowing your phone 1.2 Status indicators 1.3 Setting up your phone 1.4 Accessories 1.5 Navigating 1.6 Entering text and numbers 1.7 Securing your phone Chapter 2 Using Your Phone 2.1 Making a call 2.2 Receiving a call 2.3 Photo Contacts (Caller ID) 2.4 In-call options 2.5 Retrieving a voice mail message...

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    Smartphone User Manual Chapter 3 Using Your Camera 3.1 Camera mode 3.2 Album mode Chapter 4 Personalizing Your Phone 4.1 Customizing phone settings 4.2 Customizing Profiles and Sounds 4.3 Customizing Date and Time Chapter 5 Getting Connected 5.1 Connecting to the Internet 5.2 Pocket Internet Explorer 5.3 Bluetooth 5.4 Modem Link...

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    6.7 Instant messaging 6.8 MMS messaging Chapter 7 Synchronizing 7.1 Using ActiveSync 7.2 Installing ActiveSync 7.3 Server ActiveSync 7.4 Other information Chapter 8 Applications 8.1 Using Contacts and Beaming 8.2 Using Calendar 8.3 Using Tasks 8.4 Using Voice Notes 8.5 Using Windows Media Player 8.6 Using Calculator 8.7 Using Java MIDlet Manager 8.8 Games...

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    Smartphone User Manual 9.3 Task Manager 9.4 Space Maker Appendix and Index Regulatory Notices Troubleshooting Specifications Index...

  • Page 7: Chapter 1 Getting Started

    Chapter 1 Getting Started 1.1 Knowing your phone 1.2 Status indicators 1.3 Setting up your phone 1.4 Accessories 1.5 Navigating 1.6 Entering text and numbers 1.7 Securing your phone...

  • Page 8: Knowing Your Phone

    Smartphone User Manual 1.1 Knowing your phone This section will help you to familiarize yourself with your phone’s hardware, including a basic introduction to the but- tons and features found on the top, bottom, front, side and rear of the phone. A brief explanation of the LED indicator is also provided.

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    Smartphone User Manual LED Indicator Flashing amber Amber / green LED off 2. Speaker 3. Display screen The status indicators concerning the current mode, battery strength, the current activity, or active program are displayed in the Title Bar at the top of the display. In the center of the screen is the active menu or program (or incoming live video stream if Camera mode is active).

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    9. Media Player — Previous hardkey If Windows Media Player is not running, pressing this hardkey will launch it (see Chapter 8 for information about using Media Player). If already running, behaviors are as follows: • A quick press and release within the first two seconds of file playback will stop playing the current file, jump to the previous file, and begin playing it.

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    13. End button Press to end a call; press to return to the Home screen; or press and hold to lock the keypad. 14. Navigation Pad / Action button Use to scroll selection up, down, left, or right. Press straight down on the center of the Navigation Pad (known as the “Action”...

  • Page 13: Status Indicators

    1.2 Status indicators Status indicators are located in the Title Bar at the top of your Smartphone’s display screen. The following table lists common status indicators and their meanings: Smartphone User Manual New e-mail New voice mail New instant message Voice call active Data call active Call forwarding...

  • Page 14: Setting Up Your Phone

    Smartphone User Manual 1.3 Setting up your phone In this section you will learn how to install a battery, SIM card, Mini SD card, and how to charge the battery. Installing the SIM Card The SIM (Subscriber Identification Module) card contains a computer chip that stores your personal number, phone book, and other services provided by your cellular service provider.

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    Installing the Mini SD card Use only the Mini SD (Secure Digital) card for this phone device. You can install the Mini SD card to store images, video clips, music and other data on your phone. To insert a Mini SD card: 1.

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    Smartphone User Manual Charge the new battery before using your phone for the first time. When the low-battery indicator appears, save any unsaved data you are working on by synchronizing your phone with your PC or a Microsoft Exchange Server. Do not restart your phone until you have connected the device to an external power source.

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    If the device is turned off, charging is indicated by an amber light. If the device is turned on, charging is indicated by the solid amber light on the LED indicator and the charging icon. The completed charge is indicated by either a green light or a charged icon.

  • Page 18: Accessories

    Smartphone User Manual 1.4 Accessories Mini USB cable A USB cable is provided to allow you to synchronize informa- tion between your phone and a desktop or notebook PC us- ing Microsoft ActiveSync. You can also charge the device’s battery by plugging the cable to a PC USB port. Stereo earphones with handsfree function Use the earphones to listen to sound or multimedia files.

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    1.5 Navigating This section discusses how to navigate through your Smartphone’s screens in order to perform tasks quickly and easily. Navigation Pad The Navigation Pad was identified as item #10 in the illustra- tion on page 9. It provides an easy way to move/scroll the selection focus on the screen.

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    Smartphone User Manual Menus On many screens, the Right softkey is labelled Menu. The Menu softkey displays a list of menu options that are relevant to the screen you are viewing. Selecting a menu option will either perform the command or take you to another part of the user interface where you can perform the command.

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    Smartphone User Manual The Home key Pressing the Home key takes you to the Home screen, which is your starting place for most tasks. You can gain access to all of the phone features and programs from the Home screen. The top of the Home screen displays icons for the five ap- plications that were recently accessed.

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    Smartphone User Manual The Start menu Your phone comes with many bundled programs that you can start using immediately. To install additional programs on your phone, refer to the Companion CD that came with your phone. To use the Start menu: 1.

  • Page 23: Entering Text And Numbers

    1.6 Entering text and numbers Your phone supports three input modes for entering text and numbers: Multipress, T9, and Numeric. The Multipress and T9 modes are used for entering text, and the Numeric mode for entering numbers. When you select a field that requires text or numeric entry, the phone will automatically select the appropriate input mode.

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    Smartphone User Manual When you enter letters that are on the same number key, you must pause after entering the first letter and wait until the underline disappears before entering the next letter so your phone can process the first letter. This pause is called the Multipress time-out, and you can adjust the length of the pause between keypresses.

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    T9 mode When you are in the T9 mode, just press the number keys that contain the letters that you want to form a word. T9 will then analyze your keypresses and attempt to complete the word. For example: To enter the word "shoe," press 7, 4, 6, 3. To enter text in T9 mode: 1.

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    Smartphone User Manual Miscellaneous input tasks • To enter a space: In Multipress or T9 mode, press the # key. • To start a new line: Press the Action button. • To switch between uppercase, lowercase, and caps lock: Press the * key. •...

  • Page 27: Securing Your Phone

    1.7 Securing your phone You can customize the level of security you want to have on your phone by locking the SIM card, the keypad, or the entire phone. Locking the keypad The keypad lock turns off the keypad functionality. This is a helpful feature if, for example, your phone is turned on and in your pocket, and you want to prevent accidental keypresses from dialing a number, etc.

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    Smartphone User Manual Locking your phone Locking your phone prevents access to personal data. When you enable this feature, your phone will automati- cally lock after a specified time of inactivity. A screen will be displayed requiring your phone lock password before access is granted.

  • Page 29: Chapter 2 Using Your Phone

    Chapter 2 Using your phone 2.1 Making a call 2.2 Receiving a call 2.3 Photo Contacts (Caller ID) 2.4 In-call options 2.5 Retrieving a voice mail message 2.6 Reviewing your calls 2.7 Speed Dials and Voice Tags 2.8 Additional dialing information...

  • Page 30: Making A Call

    Smartphone User Manual 2.1 Making a call There are several ways to make a call. Making a call from the Home screen When in the Home screen, press the numbers on the keypad to enter the phone number, and then press the Talk button to make the call.

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    Smartphone User Manual Making a call from Contacts To make a call by Contact name: In the Home screen, press the Right Softkey ("Contacts") or select Contacts from the Start Menu. If there are many con- tacts listed, you can enter the first few letters of the desired contact's name to perform a search.

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    Smartphone User Manual Making a call using a recently dialed number When in the Home screen, press the Talk button to display a list of recently-dialed names/numbers. Select the item you want to dial, then press the Talk button again. Note that you can also use the menu in this screen to open a Call Info screen for the selected item.

  • Page 33: Receiving A Call

    Smartphone User Manual 2.2 Receiving a call NOTE: This section describes the default behavior for in- coming calls. See the next section if you want a Photo ID (which you have associated with the caller) to be displayed on your screen during incoming calls. When you receive a call, the name and number of the caller are displayed on the screen.

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    Smartphone User Manual Answering a second call using Call Waiting If you are already talking on the phone when you receive another call, the Call Waiting screen will appear. To place the current call on hold and answer the incoming call, press the Left Softkey (“Accept”) or the Talk button to simultaneously place the first call on hold and answer the second call.

  • Page 35: Photo Contacts (caller Id)

    Smartphone User Manual 2.3 Photo Contacts (Caller ID) Photo Contacts is a “Caller ID” application that adds more fun to using your phone. It allows you to assign photos or animated GIF files to the entries in your Contacts. Then when a person calls you (for whom you have previously assigned a photo ID in Contacts), that photo ID will appear on your phone’s incoming call screen.

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    Smartphone User Manual Main List View and Detailed View When you start the Caller ID application, the main List View will display as shown in the example below on the left. The Contacts entries fully mirror those in your Pocket Contacts (Chapter 8).

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    Smartphone User Manual Menu Commands The menu in Detailed View lets you display the Next or Previous contact entry; Edit or Delete the current contact, and Assign or Unassign a photo ID to it. The menu in the main List View contains the following commands: Opens a standard screen in which you can enter data and create a new entry in your Pocket Contacts.

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    Smartphone User Manual Press the Right Softkey in the Manage Group screen to open the menu, which lets you create New groups, Rename or Delete groups, Assign Members to groups, Assign Photo or Unassign Photo, and Preview the behavior of an already- assigned photo and/or template.

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    Unknown Photo: This photo will display whenever the phone number of the incoming call is not known to Caller ID because no phone number was “passed in” to your phone. This would occur if the person calling you has blocked their phone number from being displayed to the receiver, or has not enabled the broadcast of their Caller ID.

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    Smartphone User Manual Assigning a Photo ID to a Contact The Assign Photo command lets you assign an image file or animated GIF file (“Photo ID”) to an individual Contact entry stored in your Pocket Contacts, or Phonebook entry on the SIM card. You can also specify a size, and a position for the Photo ID.

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    1. In the main Caller ID screen, select the desired Contact in the list. 2. Select Assign Photo from the menu, or simply press the Left Softkey. The first Assign Photo screen will appear. In it, your JPEG, BMP, and GIF files will be displayed as thumbnails.

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    Smartphone User Manual If Use Template is active in the Display Settings screen, the photo is previewed in a template when you press “Next.” An example is shown below in the figure on the right. You can use the menu in this Preview screen to preview the Next Template or Previous Template, or press the Right or Left navigational buttons.

  • Page 43: In-call Options

    Smartphone User Manual Select Display Settings from the menu if you want to switch to either Photo Only assignment or Use Template assign- ment. If you choose Photo Only, you can specify one of several positions, and a size. If you choose Use Template, you can specify the template to be used, and the method for fitting the photo on the Incoming Call screen.

  • Page 44: Retrieving A Voice Mail Message, Reviewing Your Calls

    Smartphone User Manual 2.5 Retrieving a voice mail message On the Home screen, press and hold 1 (varies with operator) to call your voice mailbox, and follow the prompts to retrieve your messages. NOTE: This is actually a Speed Dial (see section 2.7). Speed Dial 1 is reserved for voice mail access and the number is configured in your settings.

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    Smartphone User Manual Other commands on the menu in the Call History screen besides Filter: Find Contact — Lets you view Contact information related to the selected entry. E-mail — Select the entry in the Call History list to whom you want to send E-mail, then select E-mail on the menu.

  • Page 46: Speed Dials And Voice Tags

    Smartphone User Manual 2.7 Speed Dials and Voice Tags You can create “Speed Dials” for frequently-called phone numbers by simply pressing and holding one or two keys. You may choose Speed Dial entries from 2-99; Speed Dial 1 is reserved for voice mail access and the number is con- figured in your settings.

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    Smartphone User Manual For URLs and E-mail addresses: You can also create Speed Dials for URLs (Web addresses) and E-mail addresses that are stored in Contacts. In Step 3 above, just select the desired E-Mail address or URL address (instead of a phone number). Making a call using a Speed Dial: When in the Home screen, press and hold the number on the keypad that you have assigned as a Speed Dial for a number.

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    Smartphone User Manual Voice Tags You can record a voice tag for a phone number, E-mail ad- dress, or Web page address that is stored in your Contacts. Then, when you verbally speak the voice tag, your phone automatically dials the associated phone number, opens an E-mail message using the associated address, or goes to the associated Web page.

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    Creating a Voice Tag for an application You can also associate a voice tag with an application. For example, to build a voice tag for the Calendar application, do as follows: In the Home screen, press the Left Softkey (“Start”), to open the Start menu.

  • Page 50: Advanced Dialing Information

    Smartphone User Manual 2.8 Advanced dialing information The following information covers advanced dialing options that may be useful for phone numbers requiring special dialing instructions. Inserting an international country code International calls require a country code to be included in the phone number.

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    Smartphone User Manual Inserting a manual pause in a dialing sequence There may be phone numbers that require a pause longer than three seconds in the dialing sequence. For these cases, you can pause as long as you want, and manually continue the dialing sequence using the Talk button.

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  • Page 53: Chapter 3 Using Your Camera

    Chapter 3 Using Your Camera 3.1 Camera mode 3.2 Album mode...

  • Page 54: Camera Mode

    Smartphone User Manual 3.1 Camera mode When in Photo capture mode, you can capture standard still images. In Picture Theme capture mode, you can place your captured images into attractive frames (templates). Use Photo ID capture mode to capture an image that you want to assign to one of your Contacts as a Photo ID.

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    Smartphone User Manual Capturing a still image Select Camera from the Start Menu to go directly to Photo capture mode. If already in a different capture mode, open the menu and select Photo from the Capture Mode sub- menu, or press 1 on the keypad to switch to different capture submodes.

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    Smartphone User Manual Capturing a video using Video mode Select Camcorder from the Start Menu to go directly to Video capture mode. If already in a different capture mode, open the menu and select Video from the Capture Mode submenu, or press 1 on your phone keypad to switch to different modes.

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    Smartphone User Manual Capturing a video using MMS Video mode The usage and options for MMS Video capture mode are the same as for Video capture mode, except for the following: Whereas the Video capture mode allows you to set any file size limitation, MMS Video mode is permanently set to a file size limitation of 95 KB.

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    Smartphone User Manual Using Picture Theme mode to frame your captured photos The Picture Theme capture mode lets you place your cap- tured images into selected frames. When in Camera mode, select Capture Mode > Picture Theme from the menu, or press 1 on your keypad until Picture Theme is the active capture mode.

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    Smartphone User Manual To capture an image, press the hardware Camera button on the right side of the phone, the Left Softkey (“Capture”), or the Action button. The image will be saved with the frame. Zoom capability is determined by the currently loaded tem- plate, as shown later in the table in the “Zooming in and out”...

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    Smartphone User Manual In the previous figure, the Title Bar indicates Zoom mode. This means you can press the Up and Down buttons to Zoom In and Out. Or, press the Action button to switch to Pan mode. If the image is too large to fit in the display area, you can press the Up, Down, Left, or Right buttons to pan the image to the desired position.

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    Rename — Keeps the file and lets you change its name. Back — Keeps the file with its default filename, and returns to the Capture screen, ready to do more captures. Album — Switches to the Thumbnail View of Album mode, where you can view, organize, and manipulate the files.

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    Smartphone User Manual Adjusting for various lighting conditions From the main menu, select Ambience. The Ambience submenu lets you easily adjust the Capture screen so that it looks its best in various environments. Auto is the default setting, which means it will automatically adjust to different lighting conditions.

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    • Set the Flicker Adjustment according to the electrical voltage used in your country. • Enable Review mode, so that every time you capture any new image or video file, you will enter the Review screen (shown and explained earlier). It is enabled by default. •...

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    Smartphone User Manual Modes The fields available in the Modes screen will vary depend- ing on the Capture Mode and Encoder type selected. (The “Encoder” is the output format of newly-captured files.) If Photo is the selected Capture Mode, you can choose the desired Resolution (capture size).

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    3.2 Album mode The Album mode of Camera allows you to view the image and video files you have captured, as well as audio files and images/videos you have obtained from other sources such as E-mail, a mini SD card, infrared beaming, or synchronized from a PC.

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    Smartphone User Manual Thumbnail view mode Camera searches for the supported image, video, and audio files in your \My Documents folder. You can use the Change Folder command to search other folders if desired. Select Scan Subfolder Files in Options > General if you also want the subfolders of the parent folder to be searched.

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    Smartphone User Manual Detailed View mode Detailed View mode utilizes more of the screen to display still images or to play back video, animated GIF, or audio files. Press the Left or Right navigational button to display the previous or next file. Press the Up or Down button to Zoom In or Out.

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    Smartphone User Manual Slide Show view mode First, in Thumbnail View mode, select the thumbnail that you want to appear initially in the slide show. Then select Slide Show from the menu. The slide show will then begin with the currently selected file. Or, as a shortcut, you can press 0 when in either Thumbnail View or Detailed View to start a slide show.

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    Summary of Options screens Select Options from the menu when in Thumbnail view to access the following screens: General The options in this screen let you choose whether or not • Search subfolders of the current folder for files of the supported types.

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    Smartphone User Manual Transition Effects Select from dozens of transition effects to be used between slides during a slide show, and specify the speed. This screen also lets you preview each choice before selecting Sort By Lets you sort the sequence of the files in the current folder according to Name, Date, Size, or Type.

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    Summary of Menu Functions Some of the functions that the menus in Thumbnail View and Detailed View allow you to perform: • Send the selected file via MMS or E-mail. • Delete, move, or copy the selected file. • Save As a Caller ID Photo. •...

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  • Page 73: Chapter 4 Personalizing Your Phone

    Chapter 4 Personalizing your phone 4.1 Customizing phone settings 4.2 Customizing Profiles and Sounds 4.3 Customizing Date and Time...

  • Page 74: Customizing Phone Settings

    Smartphone User Manual 4.1 Customizing phone settings You can easily view and change various settings in your phone. For example, you can use your own sounds for ring tones, use your favorite photo for the Home screen back- ground, set up Call Forwarding to manage your calls more efficiently, and more.

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    Call Waiting Turn the Call Waiting function on or off. Caller ID Let your identification be known to all callers; to only the people in your contacts; or to no callers. Channels Configure cell broadcast. Fixed Dialing Limit your calling area to one or more specific phone numbers and/or area codes.

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    Smartphone User Manual • Alarm clock • SIM toolkit messages • Exclamation • Question • Warnings • Keypad control After selecting one of the fields above, you can press the Right or Left navigational buttons to select different sounds. Or, press the Action button to open the Select an Item screen to view the entire list of sounds available for that field, and select from that screen.

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    to use either an audible ring notification, or a vibration noti- fication, with different alarm types, volumes, etc., as shown on the next page. On the Start menu, select Settings > Profiles. Select the desired profile, then press the Left Softkey ("Done"). You can also select a different profile using the Quick List.

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    Smartphone User Manual To edit a profile's default attributes, select the desired profile in the Profiles screen, then select Edit from the menu. If you later want to restore the settings back to the default attributes, select Reset to default from the menu. Home screen Home screen settings are used to change the Home screen layout, the color scheme, the background image, and the...

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    Beam If you want to receive infrared or Bluetooth beams from other devices, you must turn on the option to receive incoming beams. To receive incoming beams: Select Settings > Beam from the Start menu. Select Receive incoming beams. The phone will receive all incoming beams from other devices until you clear this option.

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    Smartphone User Manual Certificates that establish your identity: Select Settings > Certificates > Personal, then select View from the menu to view the selected certificate, or Delete to delete it. Certificates that identify servers you've connected to: Select Settings > Certificates > Root, then select View from the menu to view the selected certificate, or Delete to delete it.

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    Smartphone User Manual Power Management Select Settings > Power Management from the Start menu if you want to check the current battery level. Also in the Power Management screen, you can adjust various power- saving settings. Backlight time-out, Display time-out, and Light Sensor enabled or disabled.

  • Page 82: Customizing Profiles And Sounds

    Smartphone User Manual 4.2 Customizing Profiles and Sounds Select Profiles from the Start menu to access the screen shown on the left below. Select Activate in this screen if you want to switch to a different profile, or modify the attributes of an existing profile.

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    NOTE: You can also select a different profile using the Quick List. To display the Quick List screen (illustrated in Chapter 1), press the Power button on your phone and release quickly. Scroll to the desired profile and then press the Action button to select it.

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    Smartphone User Manual Sounds Sounds settings are used to customize the sounds for ring tones, notifications, and reminders. Select Profiles from the Start menu, then select Sounds in the initial Profiles screen. The Sounds screen will open (illustrated on the next page), in which you can specify what sound file to use for the following functions: •...

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    You can use the menu in the Sounds screen to Play or Delete the selected item. Press the Left Softkey ("Done") to save all changes. To use your own sound: Go to where the desired sound file is stored on your desktop computer, and copy the file.

  • Page 86: Customizing Date And Time

    Smartphone User Manual 4.3 Customizing Date and Time Select Organiser from the Start menu, then select Date and Time from the list in the Organiser screen. The Date and Time screen will open as shown below. It allows you to change your local time zone, the current date, the time, set an alarm time, and turn the alarm feature on or off.

  • Page 87: Chapter 5 Getting Connected

    Chapter 5 Getting Connected 5.1 Connecting to the Internet 5.2 Pocket Internet Explorer 5.3 Bluetooth 5.4 Modem Link...

  • Page 88: Connecting To The Internet

    Smartphone User Manual 5.1 Connecting to the Internet When in the Home screen, select Settings > Data Connec- tions to access the Data Connections screen. The settings in this screen enable you to set up Dial-up, Virtual Private Network (VPN), Proxy, and General Packet Radio Service (GPRS) connections so you can connect to the Internet or your corporate network.

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    To create a dial-up connection to your corporate net- work: When in the Home screen, select Settings > Data Connections. Press the Right Softkey to open the menu in the Data Connections screen and select Edit Connections. Select Dial-up Connections in the Connections screen. In the Dial-up Connections screen, select Add from the menu.

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    Smartphone User Manual Options After selecting Settings > Data Connections, you can select Options from the menu in the Data Connections screen to specify number of redial attempts, amount of idle time to wait before disconnecting, and type of connection your desktop has.

  • Page 91: Pocket Internet Explorer

    Smartphone User Manual 5.2 Pocket Internet Explorer Using Pocket Internet Explorer (IE), you can browse the World Wide Web on your phone. Pocket IE supports HTML (Hyper- text Markup Language), cHTML (compact Hypertext Markup Language), xHTML, WML 2.0, and WAP (Wireless Application Protocol).

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    Smartphone User Manual NOTE: While you are connected to the Internet, you can change between Pocket Internet Explorer and other programs on your phone by pressing the Home key and invoking the program you want. This does not close your Internet connection.

  • Page 93: Bluetooth

    Smartphone User Manual 5.3 Bluetooth Bluetooth is a short-range wireless communications tech- nology. Devices with Bluetooth capabilities can exchange information over a distance of about 10 meters (30 feet) without requiring a physical connection. Unlike infrared beaming, you don't need to line up the de- vices to beam information with Bluetooth.

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    Smartphone User Manual Discoverable — The Bluetooth radio is turned on, and any other Bluetooth devices within range (about 10 meters) can detect your device and attempt to beam information to it, establish a bond, or use a Bluetooth service. In this mode, other devices can detect your device, whether or not a bond has been created.

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    In PIN, enter a PIN of between 1 and 16 characters, and select Done. Enter the same PIN on the other device. If desired, enter the name of the other device in Name, and select Done. To accept a bond: Make sure that Bluetooth is turned on and in Discoverable mode.

  • Page 96: Modem Link

    Smartphone User Manual 5.4 Modem Link Using Modem Link, you can use your phone as an external modem for another device or computer by using an infrared, bluetooth, or USB connection. To set up an infrared, USB, or Bluetooth connection: Ensure that your phone is not connected to another device.

  • Page 97: Chapter 6 Messaging Features

    Chapter 6 Messaging Features 6.1 Setting up accounts 6.2 Managing accounts 6.3 Creating messages 6.4 Receiving E-mail and SMS mes- sages 6.5 Viewing message folders 6.6 Managing Messaging 6.7 Instant messaging 6.8 MMS messaging...

  • Page 98: Setting Up Accounts

    Smartphone User Manual 6.1 Setting up accounts Your phone is equipped with powerful messaging features such as the ability to send and receive E-mail, Short Mes- sage Service (SMS), and Multimedia Messaging (MMS). It also allows you to view and manage your message folders, customize message notifications and use MSN Messenger to communicate with others.

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    NOTE: Before configuring E-mail on your phone, you must have an Internet and E-mail account. You will also need to configure your device's data connection, as described in Chapter 5. 5. In E-mail address, enter the address for this account. Leave the Automatic setup box checked to obtain E-mail setting from the Internet.

  • Page 100: Managing Accounts

    Smartphone User Manual 6.2 Managing accounts Use and manage up to eight messaging accounts with your phone. Viewing the list of accounts On the Home screen select Start > Messaging. The list of accounts that display the number of unread messages in the Inbox of each account is shown in parentheses.

  • Page 101: Creating Messages

    6.3 Creating messages You can start creating a new E-mail, text message (SMS), or media message (MMS) from Messaging. You can also create a new E-mail or text message from Contacts. Only numbers input are allowed for SMS and MMS messages, and E-mail addresses for E-mail messages.

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    Smartphone User Manual To create a message from a contact card: 1. On the Home screen, select Start > Contacts. Select the contact, select the E-mail address or text message number to use. 3. Select the account to use; in Subj, enter a subject. This field does not appear for text messages.

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    Inserting signatures into messages For each messaging account, you can specify a signature to be automatically inserted into messages that you send. To specify a signature to insert: 1. On the Home screen, select Start > Messaging. 2. Choose the account, select Menu > Option > Signatures.

  • Page 104: Receiving E-mail, And Sms Messages

    Smartphone User Manual 6.4 Receiving E-mail, and SMS messages You can receive E-mail and SMS messages through Inbox synchronization or by connecting to your E-mail server. You can then view all of the messages in your Inbox. When you connect to the E-mail server or synchronize your Inbox with your PC, only the first 0.5 KB of each new mes- sage are downloaded to Inbox on your phone by default.

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    Viewing the Inbox message list On the Home screen, select Start > Messaging. Scroll right or left, or press Menu then select the appropriate account. The Inbox message list displays your received messages. Changing message list display options On the Home screen, select Start > Messaging. High- light the account, then select Menu >...

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    Smartphone User Manual Working with large messages and attachments When you receive large E-mail messages and attachments, the phone downloads only a portion of them. You can view the partial message or attachment and decide if you want to download the rest of it. When you synchronize, the phone downloads the first 0.5 KB of each new E-mail message by default.

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    Smartphone User Manual Downloading a complete E-mail message On the Home screen, select Start > Messaging. Select the account and scroll to the message to download. Select Menu > Mark for Download. The complete message is retrieved the next time you synchronize or connect to your E-mail server and send and receive E-mail.

  • Page 108: Viewing Message Folders

    Smartphone User Manual 6.5 Viewing message folders Each messaging account has a set of folders in which the phone stores messages for that account. • Deleted Items: contains messages that you delete until you empty this folder. • Drafts: contains messages that you save before send- ing.

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    Moving a message to a different folder: On the Home screen, select Start > Messaging. Choose the account and scroll to the message to move. Select Menu > Move. Select the folder into which to move the message. To empty the deleted items folder: 1.

  • Page 110: Managing Messaging

    Smartphone User Manual 6.6 Managing messaging All E-mail and SMS messages are stored in the respective Inbox of each account in Messaging. By default, the most recently received messages are displayed at the top of the Inbox list. Using the menu options, you can customize your Inbox settings to control the way you send, receive, and view messages.

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    The following table lists the Messaging functions found under Menu: Messaging Option Delete Delete the selected message. Reply Reply to an open or selected mes- sage. Reply All Reply to the sender and those who received a copy of the open or se- lected message.

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    Smartphone User Manual Customizing messaging options You can optimize Messaging according to your work environ- ment. For example, you can change the way your messages are displayed, specify how you want your messages to be sorted, specify the volume and limit the size of messages you want to automatically download, and change your syn- chronization schedule.

  • Page 113: Instant Messaging

    Smartphone User Manual 6.7 Instant messaging You can use MSN Messenger on your phone to send and receive instant messages. MSN Messenger on your phone provides the same chat environment as MSN Messenger on your desktop computer. Features of this environment include: •...

  • Page 114

    Smartphone User Manual To sign in to and sign out of MSN Messenger: 1. On the Home screen, select Start > Messaging > MSN Messenger > Sign In. 2. In Sign-in Name, enter the sign-in name that you use for Hotmail or your .NET Passport (Example: name_ 123@hotmail.com).

  • Page 115

    Deleting an MSN Messenger contact: In the MSN Messenger contacts list, select the contact. Select Menu > Delete Contact. Sending an instant message: Sign in to MSN Messenger. Scroll to the contact with whom you want to chat. Select Menu > Send Message. Enter your message and select Send.

  • Page 116

    Smartphone User Manual Changing between chats: Select Menu > Chats. In the list of ongoing chats, select the name of a contact with whom to chat. Return to the contacts list: From a chat, select Menu > My Contacts. Ending a chat: Select Menu >...

  • Page 117: Mms Messaging

    6.8 MMS messaging You can use MMS to create, view, store, send, or receive multimedia messages that include text, photos, videos, or audio files. Editing MMS Settings 1. Select Configurations from the Start menu. 2. Select MMS Settings. The Preferences screen will open. The fields in this screen are explained below.

  • Page 118

    Smartphone User Manual Photo Resolution — Choose from a variety of resolutions (160 x 120, 320 x 240, 640 x 480, etc.). Note that lower resolutions will normally lessen the time needed to send/ receive a message. MMSC Settings The MMSC (“Multimedia Messaging Service Center”) set- tings are normally pre-set to the appropriate values, and in most cases you will not need to change them.

  • Page 119

    Creating and sending an MMS message MMS Composer lets you create messages consisting of multiple slides. Each slide can contain a photo or video, audio (with photos only), and text. Messages will display similar to a slide show. You can then send your messages to other mobile devices or e-mail accounts.

  • Page 120

    Smartphone User Manual To insert a Photo or Video file: • a. In the screen shown on the previous page, select the Insert Picture/Video... box. (If necessary, press the Up or Down button on the navigation pad to select.) b. Press the Action button. All of your available photo and video files will be displayed in a Thumbnail view.

  • Page 121

    Smartphone User Manual Capture Picture — Lets you take a new picture using your Smartphone’s built-in camera, and attach it to the MMS slide. Capture Video — Lets you capture a new video clip using your Smartphone’s built-in camera, and attach it to the MMS slide.

  • Page 122

    Smartphone User Manual In addition, the menu (Right Softkey) accessed from the Canned Text screen contains the following commands: Select — Inserts the currently highlighted canned text into your message. New — Lets you create a new “canned text” word or phrase.

  • Page 123

    Smartphone User Manual Capture Audio — Lets you record a new audio track. A Record screen will open. Press Record to start recording, and Stop to stop recording. You can then preview the new recording by pressing Play. Press Done to add it to your message. Change Folder —...

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    Smartphone User Manual To access these additional options, press the Right Softkey to open the menu: Insert Object — Insert a picture/video, audio track, or text into the current slide. This works the same as doing it on the slide directly. Capture —...

  • Page 125

    Smartphone User Manual Preview Message — “Plays” your message so you can see what the recipient will see. Send Message — Sends the message. Cancel — Cancels the creation of the message. This command only appears on the menu when you are in the To field: Recipients —...

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  • Page 127: Chapter 7 Synchronizing

    Chapter 7 Synchronizing 7.1 Using ActiveSync 7.2 Installing ActiveSync 7.3 Server ActiveSync 7.4 Other information...

  • Page 128: Using Activesync

    Smartphone User Manual 7.1 Using ActiveSync Maintaining a steady connection between your phone device and your desktop or notebook PC is essential. This process of sharing information is called "synchronization." Active- Sync synchronizes information stored on your phone from your PC or Microsoft Exchange Server. It also allows you to share files between your phone and your PC.

  • Page 129: Installing Activesync

    7.2 Installing ActiveSync Before synchronization can begin, you must install Active- Sync 3.7 or above on your desktop or notebook PC. Use the Companion CD that came with your device, or install ActiveSync for free by downloading the software from Micro- soft's web site at http://www.microsoft.com/windowsmobile.

  • Page 130: Server Activesync

    Smartphone User Manual 7.3 Server ActiveSync Before synchronizing information with a server, make sure all the requested server authentication information such as username, password, and the name of the Microsoft Mobile Information Server are correct. In the New Partnership wizard, select Synchronize with Microsoft Mobile Infor- mation Server and/or this PC, instead of Synchronize with this PC.

  • Page 131

    Scheduling server synchronization You can create a schedule for automatically synchronizing information on your phone with your PC or with a Microsoft Exchange Server. To set up a synchronization schedule with your PC, you must use ActiveSync on the PC. For instructions, see Change desktop synchronization schedule in ActiveSync Help on the PC.

  • Page 132

    Smartphone User Manual If you create a schedule for synchronizing while connected to a PC as well as a schedule for synchronizing remotely (wirelessly), the phone synchronizes according to both schedules. Synchronizing Automatically With ActiveSync you can schedule automatic synchro- nization between your device and a server every time an item arrives or is changed at the server.

  • Page 133: Other Information

    7.4 Other information Remote synchronization Remote synchronization is when your device is synchronizing over a wireless connection instead of using a direct local con- nection to a desktop computer. Synchronizing remotely with your desktop computer may depend on your network configu- ration.

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    Smartphone User Manual NOTE: SMS messages are not received in Messaging through synchronization. Instead, they are sent to your phone by way of your cellular service provider. Synchronizing Calendar When you select Calendar for synchronization in ActiveSync, by default Calendar items from the last two weeks are syn- chronized.

  • Page 135: Chapter 8 Applications

    Chapter 8 Applications 8.1 Using Contacts and Beaming 8.2 Using Calendar 8.3 Using Tasks 8.4 Using Voice Notes 8.5 Using Windows Media Player 8.6 Using Calculator 8.7 Using JAVA MIDlet Manager 8.8 Games...

  • Page 136

    Smartphone User Manual Microsoft Pocket Outlook includes Contacts, Calendar, Tasks, Inbox/Messaging, and Voice Notes. You can use these programs individually or together. For example, E- mail addresses stored in Contacts can be used to address E-mail messages in Inbox. For information about Inbox and messaging, see Chapter 6, Messaging Features.

  • Page 137: Using Contacts And Beaming

    Smartphone User Manual 8.1 Using Contacts and Beaming You can think of Contacts as an online address book, where you can store information about people and businesses you communicate with in contact cards. For example, you can store multiple phone numbers, E-mail and street addresses, Web pages, birthday, anniversary date, etc.

  • Page 138

    Smartphone User Manual The following table shows some of the abbreviations that might be displayed in the Contacts list, and their meanings. Abbreviation To call a contact using the default number: Select Contacts from the Start menu, or press the Right Softkey (“Contacts”) when in the Home screen.

  • Page 139

    NOTE: If you want to change the default number, select the desired Contact entry and press the Action button. Then select the number you want to assign as the default, and select Set as Default from the menu. To call a contact using a number other than the default number: •...

  • Page 140

    Smartphone User Manual Contact cards To view a “contact card,” select the desired contact in the list and press the Action button. A contact card displays all of the information that you have entered for that contact. You can use the menu to add it to your Speed Dial, send a text message, save it to your SIM card, set the selected number as the default number, beam the Contact, delete it, or edit it.

  • Page 141

    To send E-mail from a contact card: Select the desired entry from the Contact list. Press the Action button to open the related contact card. Select the E-mail address, and press the Action button. Select an account to use, and press the Action button. Enter a subject, compose your message, and then select Send.

  • Page 142

    Smartphone User Manual Delete Removes the contact card from the Contacts list. Edit Enables you to modify information in the contact card. Beaming information You can use the Bluetooth or infrared port on your phone to send and receive (beam) contact information between your phone and another mobile device or a PC that has Bluetooth or an infrared port and supports vCards and vCal.

  • Page 143

    To receive beamed information: Select Settings from the Start menu. In the Settings screen, select Beam. Select the Receive incoming beams checkbox so that the checkbox is checked. Do one of the following: • To receive by infrared, align the infrared ports so that they are unobstructed and within close range of each other.

  • Page 144: Using Calendar

    Smartphone User Manual 8.2 Using Calendar Calendar is the scheduling program on your phone, where you can create and view appointments and view your cal- endar by day, week, or month. When you create and edit appointments in Calendar, your changes are reflected in Outlook on your PC when you synchronize.

  • Page 145

    To delete an appointment: Select Calendar from the Start menu. Scroll to the appointment to delete. Select Menu and then Delete. If the appointment is recurring, select Yes to delete only the current occurrence, or select No to delete the series. Viewing your schedule You can view your schedule in three different views: Agenda, Week, and Month.

  • Page 146: Using Tasks

    Smartphone User Manual In the Home screen, select Start. Select Calendar. Select Menu and then Options. Scroll to select the options you want and select Done. Importing calendar information You can import calendar information from another calendar program that uses the iCal or vCal format. You can import calendar information from attachments in E-mail messages, SMS messages, and links in Microsoft Pocket Internet Ex- plorer, or by beaming.

  • Page 147: Using Voice Notes

    To create a new task: • Select Tasks from the Start Menu. “Enter new task here” is displayed. Press the Up navigational button to move the focus to that field, then enter the task name and press the Action button. To mark a task as Complete: •...

  • Page 148: Using Windows Media Player

    Smartphone User Manual To rename, play, or delete a Voice Note: • Select the desired Voice Note file, then select either Rename, Play, or Delete from the menu. If you delete a voice note that has a default name, such as Recording1, this name becomes available for the next new voice note that you create.

  • Page 149

    Smartphone User Manual Next, Previous, and Volume), the album art window, and the video window. This screen will initially appear when you start Media Player, if the Start Player on Library screen checkbox is not checked in the Library Options screen (Op- tions >...

  • Page 150

    Smartphone User Manual content in the internal RAM storage, the My Device library contains links to those files. If you also store content on stor- age cards, you will have additional libraries for each card. In the Library screen, you can choose the desired library. When you turn on your Smartphone and invoke Media Player, the program automatically searches the internal storage for compatible digital media files.

  • Page 151

    Audio Windows Media Audio MIDI AMR Narrow Band AMR Wide Band About Playlists A playlist is a list of digital media files that play in a specified order. Your playlists are available in the library, in the My Playlists category. A temporary playlist, called Now Playing, is available from the menu in the Now Playing screen.

  • Page 152

    Smartphone User Manual volume is displayed in the lower right of the screen. You can press the Right navigational button to start playing the next sequential file, or press Left to play the previous file in this playlist. Press the Action button to Pause or Play. If Media Player has already been launched, you can also press the three Media Player hardkeys above the navigation pad on your Smartphone to go to the next file and play it,...

  • Page 153

    Commands available on the menu will differ, depending on the screen you are viewing. When playback of an audio or video file is in progress, the menu contains the following options: Playback screen Option Play/Pause Play or pause playback of the cur- rent file.

  • Page 154: Using Calculator

    Smartphone User Manual 8.6 Using Calculator Calculator performs basic arithmetic, such as addition, sub- traction, multiplication, and division. To perform a calculation: When in the Home screen, select Accessories from the Start menu. Select Calculator. Enter the first number of the formula using the keypad. Press the Right Softkey (“Options”).

  • Page 155: Using Java Midlet Manager

    8.7 Using Java MIDlet Manager Your phone supports Java 2 Edition, J2ME. The Java MIDlet Manager (JMM) allows you to download Java applications such as games and tools specifically designed for mobile phones. You will find that some Java applications and games may have already been installed on your phone.

  • Page 156

    Smartphone User Manual the download begins. Once the download is complete, the Java MIDlet Manager automatically starts and prompts you to install your new MIDlet. To download MIDlets from the Internet on your PC: 1. Make sure that your phone is synchronized to your PC. Using your Internet Explorer, go to www.midlet.org or any site that provides MIDlets for download.

  • Page 157

    Other menus and commands Some of the other functions available include: Settings Select Settings from the menu to access these options: Display Options — Allows you to adapt the way the MIDlet manager displays information. Sort Options allows you to choose whether you view your MIDlets in groups or as a list.

  • Page 158: Games

    Smartphone User Manual 8.8 Games Jawbreaker The object of Jawbreaker is to clear out all the balls. The rule is that you may only clear out adjacent same-colored balls. The score depends on the number of the balls you clear out at every move. To start a game of Start menu, then select Jawbreaker.

  • Page 159

    To start a game of Solitaire, select Games from the Start menu, then select Solitaire. To start a new game, select New Game from the menu. To play Solitaire: • Move any aces on the seven stacks to the four card spaces at the top of the screen, and then make any other available plays.

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  • Page 161: Chapter 9 Maintaining Your Phone

    Chapter 9 Maintaining Your Phone 9.1 Adding and removing programs 9.2 File Manager 9.3 Task Manager 9.4 Space Maker...

  • Page 162: Adding And Removing Programs

    Smartphone User Manual 9.1 Adding and removing programs You can use Add/Remove Programs on the Tools Menu of Microsoft ActiveSync to add and remove programs. If you are connected via ActiveSync (see Chapter 7), and the program you want to install has an installer file that can be executed from the PC, installation will be performed automatically when you invoke the Installer file on your PC.

  • Page 163: File Manager

    Smartphone User Manual 9.2 File Manager File Manager provides many easy-to-use features for file and folder management. It operates in either of two major views, with a separate menu of commands for each view. Tree View displays the entire file structure in the phone’s memory.

  • Page 164

    Smartphone User Manual Menu Commands in Tree View Folder Selecting Folder opens a submenu that lets you create a New Folder which will be a subfolder under the current folder; or Rename, Copy, or Move the currently selected folder. Find This command lets you search for files according to filename and/or text content.

  • Page 165

    Smartphone User Manual Options The Options screen contains several checkboxes that allow you to customize certain behaviors of File Manager. For example, you can choose to use a small font, show or hide file extensions, show or hide files in ROM, etc. Select Reset Default (on the menu in the Options screen) if you ever want to reset all options to the default behavior.

  • Page 166

    Smartphone User Manual Menu Commands in List View You can perform many additional file management func- tions using the commands on the menu when in List View, as follows: File Selecting File opens a submenu that lets you create a New Folder which will be a subfolder under the current folder;...

  • Page 167

    Select Extract Here from the submenu if you just want to extract all the files immediately and place them in the cur- rent folder. Selecting Contents from the submenu will list all the files contained in the selected ZIP file. In the screen listing the individual files, you can open a menu containing several options.

  • Page 168

    Smartphone User Manual Send This command opens a submenu containing two com- mands: Send via E-mail — Only one file can be E-mailed at a time. (If multiple files are selected, this command will be disabled.) First, select the file you want to E-mail, then select this command.

  • Page 169

    Smartphone User Manual Properties If a file or folder is selected in the list at the time you select Properties from the main List View menu, the Properties screen will display related information. Also, in the bottom portion of the screen, you can change some attributes of the file or folder, and view others.

  • Page 170: Task Manager

    Smartphone User Manual 9.3 Task Manager Task Manager lists all the tasks/applications currently running on your phone. You can then easily switch to and activate any currently running task, terminate any tasks, and view free memory/battery information. When Task Manager is initially invoked, it lists all tasks/ applications that are currently running in the memory of your phone.

  • Page 171

    Smartphone User Manual Stop The Stop command (or the 7 key on the phone keypad if the menu is not open) stops the selected application. If for any reason the task cannot be terminated, a message will inform you of such. After you have stopped an application, the amount of Free Memory (shown near the bottom of the screen) is updated.

  • Page 172: Space Maker

    Smartphone User Manual 9.4 Space Maker Your phone has a built-in, unremovable default storage card. The nomenclature of the card is hardware-dependent (in some phones it is known as “Flash” Storage). The phone uses this card to store certain data, such as the data in your Contacts, Tasks, Appointments (Calendar), and E-mail items.

  • Page 173

    Smartphone User Manual Menu Commands Erase E-mail Selecting Erase E-mail will open a submenu that gives you the flexibility to delete all E-mail; or only the E-mail marked as “Read;” or only the E-mail in these individual folders: Deleted Items, Drafts, Inbox, Outbox, or Sent Items. Deleting All E-mail —...

  • Page 174

    Smartphone User Manual Erase SMS The Erase SMS command opens a submenu that gives you a choice of deleting all SMS (Short Message Service) mes- sages, or only the messages marked as “Read.” Whether you select All or Read from the submenu, a confirmation screen will appear and display the number of SMS mes- sages that will be deleted, as well as the amount of space being used by those SMS messages.

  • Page 175

    Smartphone User Manual Erase Speed Dial To delete all Speed Dial entries, select Erase Speed Dial on the menu. A confirmation screen will display the number of Speed Dial records that will be deleted, and the amount of space currently being used by that data. Press the Left Softkey to delete, or the Right Softkey to cancel.

  • Page 176

    Smartphone User Manual Refresh Selecting Refresh on the menu, or pressing the asterisk (*) shortcut key, or the Left Softkey in the main screen, updates and re-displays the amounts of Used Storage and Free Storage. Whenever you use any of the “Erase” commands on the menu, the Refresh operation will be performed automati- cally to show you the new storage amounts resulting from the deletion.

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    Appendix Regulatory Notices Troubleshooting Specifications Index...

  • Page 178: Regulatory Notices

    Smartphone User Manual Regulatory Notices Agency Identification Numbers For regulatory identification purposes, your product is as- signed a model number of ST20E. The Battery Pack has been assigned a model number of ST26A. To ensure continued reliable and safe operation of your phone, use only the accessories listed below with your ST20E.

  • Page 179

    Smartphone User Manual § ETSI EN 301 511 – Global System for Mobile communications (GSM); Harmonized standard for mobile stations in the GSM 900 and DCS 1800 bands covering essential requirements under article 3.2 of the R&TTE directive (1999/5/EC). § ANSI/IEEE C.95.1-1992- specific absorption rate in mobile phone emission condition for body health.

  • Page 180

    Smartphone User Manual Federal Communications Commission Notice This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.

  • Page 181

    Smartphone User Manual Important Safety Information Retain and follow all product safety and operating instruc- tions. Observe all warnings on the product and in the operating instructions. To reduce the risk of bodily injury, electric shock, fire, and damage to the equipment, observe the following precau- tions.

  • Page 182

    Smartphone User Manual Use only original manufacturer-approved accessories, or accessories that do not contain any metal: Use of non-original manufacturer-approved accessories may violate FCC RF exposure guidelines and should be avoided. Heed service markings: Except as explained elsewhere in the Operating or Service documentation, do not service any product yourself.

  • Page 183

    Smartphone User Manual 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.

  • Page 184

    Smartphone User Manual Exposure to Radio Frequency (RF) Signals Your wireless phone is a radio transmitter and receiver. It is designed and manufactured not to exceed the emission limits for exposure to radio frequency (RF) energy set by the Federal Communications Commission of the U.S. Govern- ment.

  • Page 185

    The exposure standard for wireless mobile phones employs a unit of measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate, or SAR. The SAR limit set by the FCC is 1.6W/kg. In the U.S. and Canada, the SAR limit for mobile phones used by the public is 1.6 Watts/kg (W/kg) averaged over one gram of tissue.

  • Page 186

    Smartphone User Manual SAFETY IN AIRCRAFT: This product can cause interference to an aircraft's navigation system and network. In most countries it is against the law to use this product on board an airplane. ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY: Do not use this product in gas stations, fuel stores, chemical plants and locations containing explosives.

  • Page 187: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting If you encounter a problem with your phone, please review the list below to try and find your problem. If still having prob- lems, please contact Technical Support or your dealer. Problem My phone's screen is blank. My phone does not make any sound or vibrate when the phone rings or alarms...

  • Page 188

    Smartphone User Manual Problem Viewing my incoming messages. A warning message about “Running out of memory” pops up on the screen. I cannot open an image or video file. The image appears dark when using the camera. Solution Select Messaging from the Start menu, then select either Media Messages (for MMS), Text Messages (for SMS), or Outlook...

  • Page 189

    ActiveSync Problems Problem ActiveSync operation cannot be performed or connected. Smartphone User Manual Solution • Make sure the ActiveSync cradle/ cable is connected securely. • Make sure you have installed the ActiveSync software Companion CD that came with your phone. •...

  • Page 190

    Smartphone User Manual Problem ActiveSync is connected, but data or information cannot be transferred. I cannot perform over-the-air synchronization. Solution Check Tools Menu > Options... in the Microsoft ActiveSync window your desktop computer to see if the information type you want has been selected for synchronizing.

  • Page 191

    Connection Problems Problem Unable to use Infrared (IR) transfer information. Cannot connect to the Internet. Smartphone User Manual Solution Try the following: • Transfer only one file, or no more than 25 contact cards, at a time. • Line up the IR ports so that they are unobstructed and within close range.

  • Page 192

    Smartphone User Manual Problem Cannot end a Bluetooth connection. Cannot find a particular device. Solution If another device leaves its link On when it is pairing with your phone, the only way to disconnect is by deactivating the Bluetooth link. Select Settings > Bluetooth from the Start menu, then set the Bluetooth field to Off.

  • Page 193: Specifications

    Specifications System Information Processor Memory — ROM — RAM Operating System Display Type Resolution GSM/GPRS Tri-Band Module GSM900 DCS1800 DCS1900 Camera Module Type Resolution Expansion Slots SD / MMC Slot Connection Infrared I/O port Audio Bluetooth Smartphone User Manual TI OMAP, 200 MHz 64 MB (Standard) 32 MB (Standard) SDRAM Windows Mobile™...

  • Page 194

    Smartphone User Manual Controls and Lights Navigation Buttons Lights Audio Microphone/Speaker Headphone Power Supply Battery AC adapter - AC input / Frequency - Rated Output * Contents subject to change without notice. 5-way navigation pad 2 Softkeys Back Home Camera 2 phone function : Call, End Volume control button (up, down) Internet Explorer direct access...

  • Page 195: Index

    Index Accept (receiving calls) 33 ActiveSync, installing 128 Add/Remove Programs 162 Album mode, usage 65 Ambience (camera) 62 Assigning Photo ID to Contact 40 Audio, inserting into MMS 122 Audio, recording with video 63 Back button 11,21 Battery, charging 15 Battery, status indicators 17 Battery level (checking) 82 Beaming Contacts 142...

  • Page 196

    Smartphone User Manual Contact Cards 140 Counter, resetting (Camera) 63 Country code 50 Data Connections 88 Date/Time settings 86 Default photo (Caller ID) 39 Detailed View (Album) 67 Detailed View (Caller ID) 36 Dial-up connections 88 Dialing pause, inserting 50 Discoverable mode (Bluetooth) 93,94 E-mail, composing 101...

  • Page 197

    Image, capturing 55 In-call options 43 Infrared port 8 Instant messaging 113 Integrity test (for ZIP files) 167 International “+” input 26 Internet Explorer 91 Java, installing apps 155 Jawbreaker (game) 158 Keypad lock/unlock 27 LED Indicator colors 10 Lighting adjustment (camera) 62 List View (File Manager) 165 Locking/unlocking phone 28 Locking keypad/SIM card 27...

  • Page 198

    Smartphone User Manual Owner Information 81 Partnership, creating, Active- Sync 129 Password, enabling/disabling 28 Photo capture mode 55 Photo Contacts, using 35 Photo ID capture mode 57 Picture, inserting into MMS 120 Picture, taking 55 Picture Theme capture mode 58 Pocket Contacts 137 Pocket Internet Explorer 91 Power Management (battery) 82...

  • Page 199

    T9 mode 25 Talk button 11,33 Tasks application, using 146 Task Manager 170 Templates (Caller ID) 40,42 Templates (Picture Theme) 58 Text, inserting into MMS 121 Text, misc. input 26 Three-second dialing pause 50 Thumbnail view (Album) 66 Transition Effects (Album) 68,70 Tree View (File Manager) 163 Unknown photo (Caller ID) 39 USB cable 8,18...

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