Mitsubishi Electric iMode M341i Owner's Manual

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This guide describes the operation of the GSM telephone
Edition 1, 2003. © Melco Mobile Communications Europe S.A., 2003
Whilst every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the instructions contained in this guide, Melco
Mobile Communications Europe S.A. reserves the right to make improvements and changes to the product de-
scribed in this guide and/or to the guide itself, without prior notice.
Melco Mobile Communications Europe S.A. is a Mitsubishi Group Company.


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  • Page 1 M341i. This guide describes the operation of the GSM telephone Edition 1, 2003. © Melco Mobile Communications Europe S.A., 2003 Whilst every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the instructions contained in this guide, Melco Mobile Communications Europe S.A. reserves the right to make improvements and changes to the product de- scribed in this guide and/or to the guide itself, without prior notice.
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS PAGE PAGE PAGE PAGE PAGE PAGE PAGE M341 YOUR ____________________________ 4 CLOSED CLAMSHELL _____________________________ 5 OPEN CLAMSHELL _______________________ 6 PRELIMINARY OPERATIONS GETTING STARTED PREPARING THE PHONE FOR OPERATION ____________________________ 7 BASIC OPERATIONS USING THIS GUIDE INTRODUCTION _______________________________________ 12 DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY _____________________________ 13 GENERAL SAFETY...
  • Page 4: Closed Clamshell

    YOUR M341i CLOSED CLAMSHELL Side key Short press: reject/end a call Long press: start camera preview Camera lens Power connector PC cable connector Your M341i Infrared port External screen Earpiece...
  • Page 5: Open Clamshell

    Alert mode setting (short press) My card sending (long press) Calls log (short press) Speech notes playing (long press) Quick access to the Fun & Media box Your M341i Internal screen (Main screen) High quality colour graphic display Access to menu...
  • Page 6: Preliminary Operations

  • Page 7: Getting Started

    GETTING STARTED PREPARING THE PHONE FOR OPERATION Please refer to preliminary operations, page 6. BASIC OPERATIONS TURNING THE PHONE ON Open the clamshell. Press and hold the On/Off key. A beep sounds at mobile activation. When switching the mobile on for the first time or if the phone has been incorrectly switched off played.
  • Page 8 ENDING A CALL Press the On/Off key or the side key. You can also end a call by closing the clamshell. Please see active flip, page 65. CLOSING THE CLAMSHELL When closing the clamshell, the main screen is automatically switched off and the external screen is automaticaly switched on.
  • Page 9: Getting Started

    TURNING THE PHONE OFF Press and hold the On/Off key. A tone sounds to confirm your action. A Goodbye screen is displayed whilst the mobile switches off (you can set a Goodbye melody and/or picture to be played/displayed at mobile switch off (please see setting an image as a main screen, a welcome screen or a goodbye screen from the pictures folder, page 44 and melodies, page 45).
  • Page 10: Using This Guide

    USING THIS GUIDE lease carefully read this user guide. It contains information about your phone and the way that it operates on the network. Some of the features described in this user guide are net- work dependent. Do not forget to check with your service provider which of these you can use. You may need to take out additional subscriptions to activate certain features.
  • Page 11: Using This Guide

    The list of elements to be entered is displayed. Scroll down to the field(s) you want to fill in and press OK. Enter the requested information or select the requested item and select Fill in as many fields as necessary and select The arrow keys displayed at the bottom of the screen show the scrolling possibilities.
  • Page 12: Sar

    THIS PHONE MEETS THE EU REQUIREMENTS FOR EXPOSURE TO RADIO M341i WAVES. Before a mobile phone is available for sale to the public, compliance with the European R&TTE directive (1999/5/CE) must be demonstrated. This directive includes as one essential requirement the protection of the health and safety of the user and any other person.
  • Page 13: Declaration Of Conformity

    Diamant Building, 80 Blvd. A. Reyers DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY Melco Mobile Communications Europe S.A. hereby declares that this MT-171 (M341i) is in com- pliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC. A copy of the full Declaration of Conformity may be found on our website :
  • Page 14: Emergency Calls

    EMERGENCY CALLS You can make emergency calls by dialling the European standard emergency number 112 even if there is no SIM card in your phone. Emergency calls can even be made if the phone is PIN or electronically locked or call barred. In some countries local emergency numbers can still be used for emergency purposes but the phone may have to contain a valid SIM card.
  • Page 15: Pc Cable

    BATTERY DISPOSAL In compliance with European environmental protection directives, used batteries must be returned to the place of sale, where they are collected free of charge. Don't dispose of your batteries within household waste. PC CABLE The PC cable allows you to connect the GSM mobile telephone to a Personal Computer in order to exchange data.
  • Page 16: Diary

    TOOLS hen scrolling to the Tools menu from the main icons menu, direct access to the Infrared port section is possible by selecting Infrared on the left side of the display. The Tools menu allows access to a diary, a calculator, a currency converter, an alarm clock and the infrared port opening.
  • Page 17 The following actions are available: ACTIONS PURPOSE To move down to the next event or loop back to the first one To move up to the previous event or loop to the last one To move to the previous day To move to the next day An Options list is available.
  • Page 18 TASKS LIST This feature allows you to store up to 100 tasks to be done (To do), scheduled with a start and a due date, with or without a reminder alarm. TO ENTER A NEW TASK Press OK. Select Tools. Select Diary.
  • Page 19: Calculator

    STORAGE USED This feature displays the number of Diary registered events and tasks. The following actions are available in the Options menu: ACTIONS PURPOSE Delete events To delete the events of the defined time period. Delete tasks To delete the tasks of the defined time period. Delete all events To delete all the events stored in Calendar.
  • Page 20: Alarm Clock

    To select the currencies and the exchange rate: Press OK. Select Tools. Currency converter. Select Select Settings. Enter the first currency name (e.g. Euro). Press OK. Enter the second currency name (e.g. Dollar). Press OK. Enter the exchange rate using Press to validate the entry.
  • Page 21: Using Your Mobile As A Modem

    - Stop Bit: 1 stop Bit - Speed: 115200b/s The PC cable may not be supplied with your mobile. Please ask your retailer for an M341i compatible PC cable. Your mobile: Plug in the PC cable (please see Tableau , page 4).
  • Page 22: Reading A Received Sms Message

    MESSAGES his section describes the contents of the Messages menu and contains full information on the Short Message Service. Other types of messages can be sent and received via your mobile. Please refer to the i-mode section (page 50) for full information on E-mail and MMS. The Short Message Service (SMS) allows to send or receive text messages to or from other mobile phones.
  • Page 23: Forwarding Messages

    FORWARDING MESSAGES You can forward a received message to other people/number(s): Press OK. Select Messages. Inbox SIM archive/Received Select Select the message to be forwarded and select Options. Select Forward. Press OK. Select the want to send your message to another mobile number (directly enter the number). Press to validate.
  • Page 24: Entering Text

    ENTERING TEXT Some features and functions (storing names in the phonebook or typing SMS text messages, Tools, Settings,...) require you to know how to enter and edit text in the display. Three modes are available. They are indicated by mode and by in numeric mode.
  • Page 25 MULTITAP METHOD Example To type Card: Press OK and select Select Write new. Fill in the To field (see sending a new SMS message, page 26). In the Text field, press the times, C is displayed. Press until three times, r is displayed Press once, d is displayed.
  • Page 26: Creating Text Models

    CREATING TEXT MODELS You can create a set of messages to be used as models. These texts can contain up to 50 char- acters and allows you to add text when you want to use them. These templates are stored in the mobile memory.
  • Page 27: Signature

    SIGNATURE You can register a signature to be automatically added to your text messages. The signature is not displayed when typing the message text but it is displayed on message reception by the addressee. The maximum size for the signature is 30 characters. If the message text to be sent already 918 characters, the signature cannot be added.
  • Page 28: Storage Consumption

    STORAGE CONSUMPTION The storage status for SMS messages can be consulted. To view the number of messages stored, the total available space on the Phone memory and on the SIM card: Press OK. Select Messages. Storage used. The Select archive. Select Details for more information on the Phone and SIM stored messages (use up and...
  • Page 29 ACTIVATING DEACTIVATING THE ALERT TONE An alert tone can be set to beep every time a new or updated broadcast message is received. Press OK. Select Messages. Select Settings. Select Broadcast. Reception alert Select Save Select to store your setting. BROADCAST LANGUAGE All the broadcast messages can be displayed in several languages.
  • Page 30: Calls Log

    CALLS & TIMES ccess the Calls & Times outgoing calls, the duration of the last call, the total call time for all sent and received calls or to play the recorded calls. CALLS LOG This feature stores details (identity, time and date and call duration) about the last 10 numbers dialled, the last 10 unanswered calls and the last 10 received calls.
  • Page 31: Call Costs - Management

    The call type and the accumulated times of outgoing and incoming calls are dis- played. Selecting Details displays information on calls made on your home network, on National roaming and on International roaming. If Line 2 is active too, 'All Calls' for Line 1 and Line 2 are displayed separately. BALANCE INFORMATION SUBSCRIPTION DEPENDENT This service may be supplied by your service provider.
  • Page 32: Recorded Call

    To set call cost type to units: Press OK. Select Calls & Call costs. Select Select Display cost type. Select Units. When the cost type is set to units, the credit limit and the remaining credit are shown in units. SETTING THE CREDIT LIMIT SUBSCRIPTION DEPENDENT You may also be able to set a credit limit to your calls.
  • Page 33: Storing Names And Telephone Numbers

    PHONEBOOK hone numbers can be stored in the phone and in the SIM card memories (= phonebook). The phone memory can store up to 255 'extended' cards (called 'phonebook cards'). These cards allow you to store different types of information: family name, first name, home number, mobile number, two E-mail addresses, postal address, business information, voice tag, group and a related icon or picture.
  • Page 34: Editing A Phonebook Or A Sim Name Card

    SIM NAMES CARD From the standby display: Enter the number. Select Store. Select SIM names Fill in the available fields and select Select Save to store the card. Via the menu: Press OK. Select Phonebook. Select Add name SIM names Select Enter the name and select OK.
  • Page 35: Viewing And Calling Phonebook Numbers

    Select one of the stored cards. Select Options. Select View. Scroll down to the field(s) you want to modify and amend it/them. Select You can create a voice dialling pattern on phonebook cards. This voice dialling pattern can only be recorded in edition mode. Recording a Voice dialling pattern: Press the left arrow key (from the standby display) to access the phonebook.
  • Page 36: Free Space In The Phonebook

    To view the voice dialling numbers list: Press Select Phonebook. Select Voice dialling. Select List. Use the up and down arrow keys to view the requested entry. Press Options to play the voice pattern, select voice dialling list, select Erase, or to create a new voice pattern select Record. To remove all phone numbers from the voice dialling list: Select Phonebook.
  • Page 37: My Card

    To select a group when storing a number: Repeat the Phone names storage procedure (see storing names and telephone numbers, page 33) and fill in the Phone names card. Groups Scroll down to Select one of the displayed groups from the list. Save Select to store your settings.
  • Page 38: Export

    To activate or deactivate FDN operation: Phonebook Press Select Fixed dialling. Select Status. Select Select or Off. Enter the PIN2 number. Select to validate. The Fixed dialling sub-menu may not be available on your mobile. Please contact your service provider for fur- ther details.
  • Page 39: Camera

    CAMERA he camera application allows you to take pictures with your mobile (with clamshell open or closed). These pictures can then be used to: - personalise your standby display, your Welcome or your Goodbye screen (please see setting an image as a main screen, a welcome screen or a goodbye screen from the pictures folder, page 44), - be sent to other devices (mobile phones, pc) by E-mail (see mail system, page 54), MMS (see composing an mms, page 55) or infrared port (see infrared port, page 20), match your...
  • Page 40: Taking A Picture

    TAKING A PICTURE FROM THE MAIN MENU Press OK. Select Camera. Press or press the side key to take your picture. FROM THE STANDBY DISPLAY Press and hold the side key to access the camera applications. When the clamshell is open the preview is performed on the main screen;...
  • Page 41: Adjusting Your Picture

    To access the camera application from the Mail menu: From the standby display, select Select Compose mail, 2’ Compose MMS, select Or select From the pictures browser, select Options. Select Camera. If a call is in progress, access to the camera is not possible. ADJUSTING YOUR PICTURE You can adjust 4 types of settings before taking a picture: Resolution, Exposure, Brightness and Zoom.
  • Page 42: Storing / Erasing Your Picture

    STORING ERASING YOUR PICTURE When a picture is captured (see above taking a picture, page 40), the ’Keep this photo ?’ mes- sage is displayed. Clear thenYes Select to erase it. The image is automatically stored in the page 43). It is stored as a .jpg file SELF TIMER The camera application offers the possibility of taking delayed pictures, thereby enabling the user to be on the picture.
  • Page 43: Fun & Media Box

    FUN & MEDIA BOX his menu groups and manages all the images, melodies, speech notes, Games and applications contained in the mobile as well as all the files received via the i-mode browser, the infrared port, Mail, MMS or SMS. PICTURES The Pictures sub-menu allows you to view and set pre-set, stored (via the Camera and the In- frared port) and downloaded images as a Main screen, a Welcome or a Goodbye screen in or-...
  • Page 44 1. Album 1 and Album 2 are sub-folders of the Pictures menu. 2. The Album 1 and Album 2 Options list only contains View and My preferences. 3. The sending of an image may not be allowed if it is exportation (copyright) protected (the ’File protected’ message is then displayed).
  • Page 45: Melodies

    MELODIES Melodies sub-menu groups Downloaded and Predefined melodies. MELODIES Select a ringtone from among the list of melodies available on your mobile. Press OK. Select Fun & Media Melodies. Select Scroll up or down and select a melody. The melody is played within 2 seconds. The menu allows you to Play alarm,...
  • Page 46: Speech Notes

    TO ACTIVATE A GAME APPLICATION Press OK. Select Fun & Media Select Games & applications. Select one of the available games/applications. i-mode Press and hold the Select one of the available games/applications. 1. Depending on the game/application stored on your mobile, you may need to activate a network connection via the i-mode browser.
  • Page 47: Others

    CONTENTS OF THE OPTIONS MENU OPTIONS DESCRIPTION Play To play the recorded speech note(s). Record new To record a new speech note. Send by... To send the speech note via the Infrared port, or by SMS. Delete To delete the current speech note. Delete all To delete all the Speech note contents.
  • Page 48: Storage Used

    STORING A RECEIVED VCALENDAR Select Options (left softkey) on the information screen when you have received the file. Select View. The received file is displayed. Select Store. A received file may contain several vcalendars. Select the one(s) you want to keep, then select Store. SENDING A VCARD OR A VCALENDAR BY Select the vCard or the vCalendar you wish to transfer as explained in diary, page 16, calen- dar, page 16 and tasks list, page 18 or select it from Others.
  • Page 49: Calendar

    CALENDAR he availability of this menu is network dependent. If your SIM card does not contain an access to the Network services the Calendar menu is accessible from the Menu icons. Please see calendar, page 16 for full details. NETWORK SERVICES he availability of this menu is network dependent (it may not be available or be named Network services, Network,...).
  • Page 50: I-Mode

    i-mode Compact NetFront is a registered trademark or trademark of Access Co. Ltd. in Japan and selected countries worldwide. Copyright © 1998-2001 ACCESS CO. LTD. our mobile allows you to access dedicated i-mode web sites and webpages thanks to the i-mode standards. You can for instance send and receive e-mails and MMS, connect to i-mode sites and download images and 32 tone melodies for your mobile (see setting an image as a main screen, a welcome screen or a good- bye screen from the pictures folder, page 44, welcome screen, page 62, goodbye...
  • Page 51: I-Mode Applications

    To select a melody: Press OK. Select i-mode. New mail alert. Select Select Alert and select Melody Select and select one of the available ring tones. Select Save to store the settings. 1. The Alert field must be set to On to allow access to the melodies list. 2.
  • Page 52 GO TO WEBPAGE You can go to a specific webpage by entering the page address or selecting it from the Address history list. To go to a specific page: From the standby screen select Go to webpage Select Select Enter address or press Select OK.
  • Page 53 SETTING THE TIME OUT This allows you to set the time limit for i-mode disconnection when there is no response from the network: Select Set time out or press Select 60 seconds 90 seconds Scroll down as many times as necessary until SHOWING TABLES You can choose whether or not tables should be displayed when available on i-mode webpages.
  • Page 54: Mail System

    GETTING BACK TO THE MAIN MENU Whilst adjusting or modifying one of the above features, selecting to the Settings sub-menu and selecting i-mode allows you to go back to the i-mode main menu. Whilst in the Settings menu, select Cancel, Back or MAIL SYSTEM Your mobile allows you to send and receive e-mails and MMS.
  • Page 55 COMPOSING AN MMS The Multimedia Message Service (MMS) is a service that allows you to send and receive mes- sages to and from other MMS enabled mobile phones. An MMS contain several slides com- posed of text + image and/or melody/speech note. Compose MMS Select Highlight Subject.
  • Page 56 Whilst in the Inbox, selecting OPTION DESCRIPTION 1. Show all To display all the received mails. 2. Show To display the unread mails only. unread 3. Show read To display the read mails only. 4. Show To display the protected mails only. protect.
  • Page 57: Mail System Settings

    DRAFT The mails you have stored (see composing an e-mail, page 54 and composing an mms, page 55) are filed in the Draft folder. To edit the stored mails: Draft Select or press Scroll to the required mail and select Whilst in the Draft folder, selecting OPTION DESCRIPTION...
  • Page 58 EDIT SIGNATURE This allows you to configure your mails so that text is added (once each time mail is sent) at the end of your message. Edit signature Select or press Select if you want to select Scroll down to the signature field (until the box is highlighted) and select OK. Enter your signature text and select OK.
  • Page 59: Quick Access To I-Mode Basic Features

    i-mode QUICK ACCESS TO This section shows you how to quickly access a few i-mode features. TO CONNECT TO A NEW I MODE SITE Select i-mode from the standby display. Press and enter the site address. Press OK. Press Scroll down until TO ACCESS A STORED ADDRESS Select i-mode...
  • Page 60: Settings

    SETTINGS his menu allows you to adjust the features on your mobile to your own convenience and to ensure the security of the phone. TONES ALERT MODE You can set the ring, alert and alarm tone types via the Mode menu. If you select the 'Vibrate' or 'Vibrate then ring' option, the vibrating option replaces all the alert and alarm tones.
  • Page 61: Display

    VOLUME ADJUSTMENTS The ring tone, ramping, key tones, conversation and alarm tones (alarm clock, diary alarm and low battery alarm) audio levels can all be individually adjusted via the Settings menu: Press OK. Select Settings. Tones Select Select Volume. Select Ring, Ramping, Keys, Scroll up or down to adjust the settings.
  • Page 62: Keypad

    WELCOME SCREEN On switching on your mobile, a Welcome screen is displayed prior to the standby screen. This screen is a default one but it can be customised by selecting any of the Pictures folder images - see pictures, page 43. Press OK.
  • Page 63: Voice Mail

    From the standby screen, press and hold Press and hold to de-activate the keypad lock. ANY KEY ANSWER This feature allows you to answer a call by pressing any key (except from the Off, No ring and Side keys) Press OK. Select Settings. Select Keypad.
  • Page 64: Phone Settings

    CALLING THE VOICE MAIL CENTRE TO CHECK YOUR MESSAGES You can either: -Dial the Voice Mail centre number directly after receiving a message: From the standby display, press and hold - or: Press OK. Select Settings. Voice Mail. Select Select Call. PHONE SETTINGS LANGUAGE SELECTION You can change the language on your mobile:...
  • Page 65 If the mobile is already off at switch-off, it remains off. If a call is in progress at switch-off time, the switch-off process is postponed until the call has ended. Caution - Remember to turn off the Auto switch-on feature when boarding an aircraft. See general safety, page 13.
  • Page 66: Gsm Services

    The following features are reset: FEATURE Alert Modes Volumes, Ring, Key, Speech, Alarm Backlight, Contrast Any Key, Auto-Retry, Auto-Answer features Active flip Ramping GSM SERVICES CALL DIVERTING This Network dependent service allows you to divert incoming calls (voice, fax or data calls) to another number To divert a call: Press OK.
  • Page 67 CALL WAITING This network dependent feature allows you to receive a new call while a call is already in progress (network dependent). To activate the call waiting feature: Press OK. Select Settings. Services. Select Call waiting. Select Select Activate. Activated You can also cancel or check the service status.
  • Page 68 NETWORK AUTOMATIC SEARCH When the phone is on, it automatically searches the last network to which it was registered (usually the home network). If it is not available, the phone automatically searches and selects one of the networks registered in the preferred network list (located in the SIM card). EDITING THE PREFERRED LIST Your mobile contains a list of networks which can be selected (e.g.: to suit your travel arrange- ments).
  • Page 69 CALL BARRING This network dependent service forbids certain outgoing or incoming call types. It requires a call barring password. To bar a call: Press OK. Select Settings. Select Services. Call barring. Select Outgoing calls Select SELECT MEANING Outgoing To bar all outgoing calls. All outgoing Outgoing To bar all outgoing international calls.
  • Page 70: Security Features

    SECURITY FEATURES The security features described in this section protect your phone from unauthorised use. When prompted, enter the code and press OK. Codes are displayed as asterisks (*). Press Clear if you need to amend your entry. Avoid using codes similar to emergency numbers such as 112 to prevent the accidental dialling of these num- bers.
  • Page 71 PUK CODE The PUK (PIN unblock key) is an 8 digit code supplied by your service provider. It is used to unblock the phone when an incorrect PIN code has been entered three times in succession. A PUK code cannot be changed. When prompted, enter the PUK code and select OK.
  • Page 72: Glossary

    APPENDIX GLOSSARY EXPRESSION MEANING AC/DC charger Alternating Current/Direct Current charger Active call The call currently in progress Alternate Line (Line 2) Service Advise of Charge - subscription service Cell Broadcast Caller Line Identity - displays caller’s telephone number Conversation mode When the phone is making or receiving a call Data Encryption Standard Diverting Diverts incoming calls to the phone to another number...
  • Page 73: Trouble Shooting

    TROUBLE SHOOTING PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSE AND SOLUTION Phone does not Check that the battery is fully charged and correctly connected to the phone. switch on No flashing battery There may be no mains supply. Try a different electrical socket. icon whilst The AC/DC charger may be faulty.
  • Page 74: Error Messages

    ERROR MESSAGES PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSE AND SOLUTION Allowed credit reached! You are trying to make a call and the allowed credit has already been reached. The allowed credit limit is reached during an outgoing call (the call is then aborted). Busy You are trying to make a call and the call fails because the destination number is already engaged in conversation.
  • Page 75 PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSE AND SOLUTION Menu limit reached A new service menu item has been received but the remaining storage space is insufficient to store it. Delete one or more registered menu items (My Services menu) and either accept or discard the new menu. Message not sent The handset may be out of the network range or the network is temporarily overloaded.
  • Page 76: Guarantee

    GUARANTEE PAN EUROPEAN SERVICE Should you experience any difficulty, please contact your nearest Mitsubishi Electric represent- ative in the list below for information on service centres. UNITED KINGDOM Tel: (0800) 912 00 20 Tel: (0800) 75733 FRANCE Tel: (0825) 86 82 83 Tel: (0800) 292716 GERMANY Tel: (01803) 33 71 84...
  • Page 77: Index

    INDEX AC/DC adaptor charger ... 14 Adjusting your picture ... 41 Alarm clock ... 20 Alert mode ... 60 Answering a call ... 7 Any key answer ... 63 Appendix ... 72 Auto Switch Off ... 64 Auto Switch On ... 64 Automatic search ...
  • Page 78 Phonebook card Image ... 33 Picture size Large ... 39 Normal ... 39 Portrait ... 39 Pictures Album ... 43 Phonebook ... 59 Pictures browser ... 43 Pictures list ... 33 Preliminary ... 6 Preliminary operations ... 6 Recorded call ... 32 Rejecting a call ...
  • Page 79 Index...
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