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  • Page 2: Discover Your Phone

    Therefore, Philips reserves the rights to revise this user guide or withdraw it at any time without prior notice. Philips provides this user guide «as is» and does not ac- cept, except as required by applicable law, liability for any error, omission or discrepancy between this user guide and the product described.
  • Page 3: The Carousel

    Use the Browse the list by mov- Phonebook to call the selected name. Access Press BeDJ Access the Press Call list Go to previous menu Press Quickly return to idle Press and hold when browsing menus Lock/unlock the keypad Press and hold in idle mode.
  • Page 4 Browse carousels and lists until you reach the desired feature or option. When navigating in a list, a scroll bar located on the right hand side of the screen shows your actual position in the list. With the navigation key, you can then select or adjust all the functions of your phone as described in the relevant chapter of this user guide.
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Table of contents 1. Get started ...7 Insert the SIM card ...7 Switch on the phone ...8 Set date and time ...8 Copy the SIM phonebook ...8 Charge the battery ...9 2. Main features ...10 Access and consult the phonebook ... 10 Make a call ...
  • Page 6 Get started ... 25 Activate tracks ...25 Change track melodies and instruments 26 Change the tempo ...26 Start recording ...27 Manage the recording ...27 Record a mix ... 27 Create your own style and mix ... 27 From existing files ...28 From scratch ...28 Save your own styles ...
  • Page 7 Access settings ...44 Time and date ... 46 Clock display ...46 Set date ...46 Date format ...46 Time zone ...46 Daylight saving ...46 Set time ...46 Profiles ... 47 Language ... 47 9. Messages ...49 SMS ... 49 Send a SMS ...49 Read SMS ...50 SMS settings ...51 SMS Archive ...52...
  • Page 8 Answer a second call ...88 Answer a third call ...89 Conference call ...89 Explicit call transfer ...90 Precautions ... 91 Troubleshooting ... 95 Icons & symbols ... 98 Philips authentic accessories ... 99 Declaration of conformity ...100 Table of contents...
  • Page 9: Get Started

    1 • Get started Read the safety instructions in the «Precautions» section be- fore use. To use your phone, you must insert a valid SIM card supplied by your GSM operator or retailer. The SIM card contains your subscription, your mobile number, and memory in which you can store phone numbers and messages (see “Phonebook”...
  • Page 10: Switch On The Phone

    Remove the protective film covering the screen before using the phone. Switch on the phone To switch on the phone, press the When you switch on the phone, you may be prompted to enter the PIN code, which is the 4 to 8-digit secret code of your SIM card to protect it from unauthorised use.
  • Page 11: Charge The Battery

    Phonebook book, press and select settings Phonebook select In SIM card > > Charge the battery Your phone is powered by a rechargeable battery. A new battery is partially charged and an alarm will warn you when the battery reaches low. We recommend that you do not remove the battery when the phone is switched on: you may lose all your personal settings (see information on battery safety,...
  • Page 12: Main Features

    2 • Main features Access and consult the phonebook In idle mode, press the selected phonebook (in SIM or in Phonebook phone), the content that appears on the screen may vary: see “Phonebook” page 29 for details on this subject. To consult the phonebook during a call, press lect View Names...
  • Page 13: Change The Ringer

    carousel, then select Call press to dial the number. If you selected the phonebook in your phone, proceed the same way to call the default number, < > or press , select another number in the list, then press and select If already on the phone, press handsfree mode and back.
  • Page 14: Fotocall: See And Hear Who's Calling

    Foto Talk: add voice to pictures This feature, which is available when using the camera and also from the album, allows you to quickly Picture send a message made of a picture and a sound. When in idle mode, press camera.
  • Page 15: Mute The Microphone

    Adjust the earpiece volume During a call, move the side key up or down to in- crease/decrease the volume. Mute the microphone You can mute the microphone so that your caller cannot hear you. Mute During a call, press confirm by pressing Unmute the microphone To unmute the microphone during a call, press...
  • Page 16: Clear The Phonebook

    You can also delete all the SMS messages from the SMS Archive menu. Deleting your SMS list is useful to free memory space in order to receive new messages. Clear the phonebook To clear the content of your phonebook at once, press and select >...
  • Page 17: Menu Tree

    3 • Menu tree The table below describe the complete menu tree (first to third levels) of your mobile phone, as well as the page reference you should refer to for more informa- tion concerning each feature or setting. Settings p36 Sounds p36 Silent / Ringer volume / Ringer / Messages Ringer / Equaliser / Key tones / Sounds Alerts...
  • Page 18 E-Mail p52 For each available mail box Settings / Open mailbox / Send mail Broadcast Message p60 Reception / Topics / District codes Instant message p60 MMS p61 Create an MMS / Receive an MMS / Manage folders / Settings Multimedia p71 Camera p73 Picture album p71...
  • Page 19 Brick Game p77 Infrared p68 Data / Receive Call information p78 Call settings p78 Call forward / Mailboxes / Auto redial / Any key answer / Call waiting / Caller ID Call list p79 Call list / Reset Call counters p80 GSM counters / GPRS counters Phonebook p29 View names list...
  • Page 20: Text Or Number Entry

    4 • Text or number entry Text can be entered in editing screens in two different ways: by using T9 ® predictive Text Input, or basic text input. Two other modes for numbers and punctuation marks, are also available. Icons appearing on the screen show the active text mode.
  • Page 21: Basic Text Input

    Basic text input If you wish to access the basic text input, select «Abc» basic text input using key. This method requires multiple key presses to reach the desired character: the letter «h» is the second letter on the must press it twice to enter «h». Using this mode re- quires you press a key as many times as is equal to the order of the letter.
  • Page 22: Taking Pictures

    5 • Taking pictures Your mobile phone features a digital camera that allows you to take pictures, store them in your phone, use them as wallpaper or send them to your friends and relatives. How to... Activate/deactivate Press the the camera and long press deactivate.
  • Page 23: Take A Picture

    Camera mode Two modes are available: Normal According to ambiant light level, press between modes, which are reflected by the icons in the bottom of the screen (sun & moon). Picture resolution The default picture size of the standard format is 128.
  • Page 24: Foto Talk: Add Voice To Pictures

    Press To access the list of available options, which are: the picture in the Save Album, Modify it via MMS, Send Take a new picture, which will bring you back to the preview window. To go back to preview mode. Press With the self-timer If the self-timer option is On, press...
  • Page 25: Review The Pictures

    This will send one message to one person, without text. See “MMS” page 61 for details on this feature. Review the pictures The pictures you save are automatically stored in the > > Multimedia Picture album Own pictures a picture in the list and press graphical display.
  • Page 26: Camera Mode

    Camera mode Allows you to choose one of the two modes available: Normal and Night. The default mode is Normal. Sound settings Both sounds can be set from this Alert Shoot menu. The first one occurs 2 seconds before the picture is taken, the second one when it’s shot.
  • Page 27: Music & Mix

    6 • Music & Mix With BeDJ, you can create your own sound by using a predefined BeDJ style (as explained below), or any SP- MIDI or MIDI ring tones present in your phone, or that you downloaded via WAP, Infrared, etc. (refer to relevant chapters in the present user manual for com- plete information).
  • Page 28: Change Track Melodies And Instruments

    In the BeDJ screen that appears, the default music style is selected (e.g., Groovy, Techno, etc.). In the upper left part of the screen, a small table displays the current tempo value, the status of the recording (Off by default) and the name of the track.
  • Page 29: Start Recording

    Record a mix Start recording When ready to record your mix, press timer starts and the red icon is selected. On air While recording your mix, you can: Press keys To activate the relevant track. Move To increase/decrease the current track volume.
  • Page 30: From Existing Files

    The ringers list includes the MIDI files you might have downloaded via e-mail, WAP, IrDA, etc. From existing files When the BeDJ screen is active, press access the options list. When selecting Mix ringers choose one of the available melodies in the list and press to confirm your choice.
  • Page 31: Phonebook

    7 • Phonebook All operations described in this chapter require the relevant Phonebook, whether in the SIM or in the phone to be selected. Your mobile phone has two phonebooks. The SIM phonebook is located on the SIM card and the number of entries depends on the card capacity.The second phonebook is built into the mobile’s memory and can hold up to 299 names.
  • Page 32: Phone's Phonebook

    When you copy the contents of your SIM phonebook into your phone, you can still use the phonebook of your SIM In SIM card card, even though it features less fields of information. Phone’s phonebook Your mobile phone only manages one phonebook at a time and will ignore the information relative to the other one: e.g., if «Smith»...
  • Page 33: Add A Record In The Phone's Phonebook

    Add a record in the phone’s phonebook Add a name field Press to enter the Phonebook, select <New>, and then press Enter the last name of your contact and confirm by pressing , then enter their first name and confirm by pressing One of the two name fields can be empty, but not both.
  • Page 34: Edit And Manage Names

    For that important person, why not set up a group just for them. Use the camera to save their picture in the Pic- ture album and Sound recording to save their voice as a ringer. When they call, you will truly be able to see and hear them (for camera, see page 20 and for sound re- cording, see page 71).
  • Page 35: In The Phone

    In the phone Add a field To add a new field to an existing record, select the name of your choice, select Show Select and press <New> field to be added and press number or text, then press Repeat steps 1 and 2 to add up to 6 fields to the same record.
  • Page 36: Make Calls

    Call, Call handsfree Send SMS option. To change the default number (e.g. make the «Work» number default instead of the «Home» number), repeat steps 1 to 3 of the “Change a field content” paragraph. Then select Make default in the carousel menu, and press confirm.
  • Page 37 - press twice to access the next carousel, then select Call Call handsfree and press number. If you selected the phonebook in your phone: • To call the default number: - once the record selected, simply press - press to access the record carousel, then select Call Call handsfree.
  • Page 38: Settings

    8 • Settings menu allows you to customise your phone Settings and change the settings related to each available option (sounds, time and date, security, etc.). The menu allows you to change several settings at once (see page 47). Sounds Silent Allows you to set the Off.
  • Page 39: Sounds Alerts

    Sounds Alerts Allows you to set alert beeps for the following items: Sounds Alerts - when an you programmed in your organiser is Event due, - when you have missed a call, - when the is low and requires charging, Battery - to manage the duration of your calls, first after 45 seconds, then every minute of an ongoing call (the...
  • Page 40: Animation

    saver will start according to the time limit you have set. Then select the Display period timing you have set will be applied between each picture of the slideshow. Animation Allows you to set the animation of the carousel menus Animation this option will also scroll texts, such a message selected in the...
  • Page 41 twice, select Change and press bring you to the list of available functions. To use the hotkeys, simply press and hold the key corresponding to the function you want to launch or to the number you want to dial while in idle mode.
  • Page 42: Voice Command

    Opens the E-mail the mail boxes. E-mail Displays the remaining credit balance. Subscription dependent Show balance Displays the Accumulated cost going calls. Accum. cost Subscription dependent Opens the Add event ganiser. Add new event Displays the Events iser menu. Show events Opens the Alarm Alarm Clock...
  • Page 43: Voice Dial

    You can associate a Voice command to all the functions supported by the Hotkeys (see page 38), except for «Get mail» and «Alarm clock». Select > Settings Voice Command press , then browse the list to select the func- tion to be set with a voice tag. Press firm your choice.
  • Page 44: Security

    Security Keypad lock Allows you to lock/unlock your keypad by pressing and holding the Keypad lock when in idle mode. The keypad auto- matically unlocks when receiving a call. You can also choose immediate or delayed lock by se- lecting Settings > Security > Keypad lock, then one of the values by pressing .
  • Page 45: Change Codes

    Outgoing calls menu allows you to select Outgoing between calls, International Outgoing calls (the latter allowing Intl. Exc. Home you to call your home country when you are abroad). You can also Deactivate the bar on outgoing calls. These menus then allow you to bar, within each avail- able option, calls, Voice...
  • Page 46: Gprs Attach

    GPRS attach Your mobile integrates features that sup- port GPRS (Global Packet Radio Serv- GPRS attach ice), a service allowing you to exchange data with high speed rates and to stay always on-line (i.e. have a permanent connection to the Internet and WAP).
  • Page 47 be stored automatically. Please contact your network operator for detailed information on this subject. Change name Allows you to enter or change the name of the selected profile. Press Change name the name of your choice and press to confirm. Some pre-configured profiles might be locked, prevent- ing re-programming and renaming.
  • Page 48: Time And Date

    Time and date This menu allows you to set the time and date, time zone, daylight savings, and change the clock display mode. Clock display Allows you to select Analogue, time formats when shown in idle Tiny Clock display mode, by pressing cases, press to confirm.
  • Page 49: Profiles

    Language This menu allows you to select a language for all menu text. A long press on when in the idle screen au- tomatically displays this menu. Profiles This menu allows you to access a group of predefined settings, which let you quickly adapt your phone to your environment by changing several settings at once.
  • Page 50 When connecting an accessory, the settings described in the table below also become available. When discon- necting the accessory, the phone goes back to the sonal profile. Accessories CLA or Profiles Headset Charger Vibra alert Ringer volume Medium Key tones Accessories Profiles Per-...
  • Page 51: Messages

    9 • Messages item of the Send SMS allows you to: Send SMS • send a standard or customised short text message to someone, • edit the last message sent and send it again, • add an iMelody, pre-defined sounds, an anima- tion or a picture to your message.
  • Page 52: Read Sms

    Together with an attachment This option allows you to attach a sound, icon or ani- mation to your message and press attach it to your message. Depending on the type of file you want to attach, select Add graphic map image or an animation, and/or tach a melody.
  • Page 53: Sms Settings

    Delete the selected message, Store number of the sender if it is attached to the message, Store melody if a melody was sent together with the SMS, Store graphic(s) if one or several graphics and/or ani- mations were sent together with the message, Extract a number included in the message itself, if this number is included in double quotes (several...
  • Page 54: Sms Archive

    Validity period This feature is subscription dependent. Allows you to select the length of time your message is to be stored in your SMS Validity period centre. This is useful when the recipient is not connected to the network (and thus cannot re- ceive your message immediately).
  • Page 55: Settings

    To enter text and numbers, including specific signs such as @ or %, see the characters table described page 19. Settings Network access This menu allows you to configure your phone and to handle the connection to the network, whether GSM or GPRS, in order to then connect to the appropriate server that will let you send and receive e-mails.
  • Page 56 Contact your ISP to know what type of number you should select. Auto disconnection: allows you to select an inactivity time period after which the phone automatically dis- connects (if a connection was is progress) from the net- work. Press to select a value from 3 to 10min.
  • Page 57: Write And Send An E-Mail

    Advanced The menus described in this section feature advanced settings that may have been pre-configured, so you shouldn’t have to change any of them. If the fields of these menus are empty, or if you encoun- ter connection problems, contact your ISP. Port POP3: allows you to enter the POP3 port number, which is used to receive e-mails.
  • Page 58: Receive And Read E-Mails

    In the next window, enter the text of your e-mail (you can also leave this field empty). Press when you are ready to send your e-mail. To learn how to enter text, see “Text or number entry” page 18. If you exit the Send e-mail menu before sending your e-mail, its content is deleted without being stored.
  • Page 59 Connect to the server Connection process Press and select Messages depending on the one you wish mail 1 E-mail 2 to use. Select and press Open mailbox Mailboxes 1 and 2 feature the same settings and op- tions. Configuring them differently will allow you to have two different e-mail addresses from your phone.
  • Page 60 Get and store attachments If the e-mail you have received contains attachments (JPEG picture, text file or another e-mail), they are characterised by a specific icon: Contains the details of the e-mail header (date and time, sender’s e-mail address, etc.), press to display these details.
  • Page 61 Add an e-mail address to the phonebook You must have selected the phonebook in your phone to be able to add an e-mail address; this menu item will NOT appear if you selected the SIM phonebook. You can add the sender’s e-mail address to your phonebook, even when you ha- ven’t yet downloaded his e-mail (retriev- Add to names...
  • Page 62: Broadcast Message

    page 57). From the Forward to option, proceed as de- scribed above in “Reply to an e-mail”. In both cases (reply to an e-mail or forward it), your phone will disconnect from the server when reaching the network inactivity time out set in the Auto discon- nection menu (see “Bearer”...
  • Page 63: Mms

    Your mobile phone allows you to send and receive MMS (multimedia messag- es), featuring texts, pictures and sounds, including music mixes you have created with BeDJ or memos that you have recorded. A multimedia message can be made of one slide (in- cluding text, sound and image), or of several: in this case, the message is played in a slide show, whether you send it to an e-mail address or to another mobile...
  • Page 64 Warning! The bigger the picture size, the longer it will take to send it. A copyright-protected picture cannot be sent. Select None if you don’t want to insert any picture. icon is automatically selected: press Text to access the text editing screen, enter the text of your message (see “Text or number entry”...
  • Page 65: Receive An Mms

    Save MMS To save your message as a draft, that as draft you can edit, complete and send later on. MMS saved as drafts are stored in > (see “Manage folders” Drafts page 65). Messages saved as drafts must feature a subject.
  • Page 66 If you activated the Automatic page 66), the message is automatically down- loaded and placed in the Inbox. Select it in the > Inbox list and press to play it. If the Manual mode is activated: •Press to go back to idle mode and to save the notification in the Inbox, OR •Press to display the details of the notifica-...
  • Page 67: Manage Folders

    Rewind To rewind the MMS back to the first slide. To detach the picture of the current Detach picture slide and save it in the To detach the sound of the current Detach sound slide and save it in the Manage folders The MMS menu allows you to manage your messages in 4 different folders.
  • Page 68 from your operator the information items described in the present section and enter them as given. With some operators, access parameters can be set «over the air». Please check directly by your operator. Network account Allows you to choose a data profile from the ones you have set (see “Access settings”...
  • Page 69 Manual Messages are stored on the MMS server, and you must connect manually to re- trieve them: Press to access the Inbox. Select the notification item corre- sponding to this message and press Select and press Read When the Details displayed, press connection and download it.
  • Page 70: 10 • Infrared

    10 • Infrared Your mobile phone integrates the infrared technology (also called IrDA), that allows you to send or receive data to and from other IrDA-compliant devices through a wireless link (e.g., another mobile phone, a PC or PDA, a printer etc.). Instead of sending a mes- sage, you can decide to use IrDA to quickly send a sound you just mixed to a friend’s mobile phone, or to receive pictures from their PDA.
  • Page 71: Send The Selected Item

    Data you Where to find it can send in the phone menus Pictures (BMP, > Multimedia Picture album GIF, JPEG) Sounds (MIDI > Multimedia Sound album files & ringers) (or live from BeDJ when mixing music, see “Music & Mix” page 25). Names >...
  • Page 72: Use The Phone As A Modem

    Windows Specific software modules for Lotus Notes, Lotus Or- ganizer and Microsoft Outlook are designed to allow synchronisation from your Philips mobile phone to to go back one these applications: refer to their respective user guides for detailed information concerning installation and configuration.
  • Page 73: 11 • Multimedia

    11 • Multimedia Picture album JPEG pictures must have the correct size and format for your mobile phone to store and display them cor- rectly. Please check “Get and store attachments” page 58 for complete information on this subject. This menu allows you to manage and display the pictures stored in your mo- Picture Album bile phone.
  • Page 74: Demo Mode

    Select a sound and press to access the following options: it: press Rename Rename name and press the selected sound. Delete Delete To send the selected sound via MMS Send by MMS (see “MMS” page 61 for details). Send by To send the selected sound via infra- red to another IrDA device (see “In- Infrared...
  • Page 75: Sound Recording

    If «List full» appears when saving a new item or to free memory space, you must delete an item to be able to cre- ate or add a new one. Sound recording This menu allows you to record a sound of 1 min.
  • Page 76: 12 • Games & Appli

    12 • Games & Appli. Euro converter menu enables you to convert -> Euro a sum into Euros by entering the amount -> Euro and pressing menu enables you to convert <- Euro a sum from Euros by entering the Euro ->...
  • Page 77: Organiser

    Organiser Create a new event menu allows to create events Events and store them in your organiser. Events Organiser can be Meetings, When the organiser alert is On (see page 37), a beep alerts you when an event is due. Select Organiser >...
  • Page 78 When your phone displays the details of the selected event, press , select again. Changing a repeated event will also modify all instanc- es of this event: in this case, press Change any information as needed and as described above. Deleting an event Deleting a single event Select the event of your choice and press...
  • Page 79: Brick Game

    event alarms will be updated depending on the time displayed on the screen (see “Time and date” page 46). Brick Game This menu can be subscription dependent. As such its icon and content may vary. This menu gives you access to the brick game.
  • Page 80: 13 • Call Information

    13 • Call information Call settings This menu allows you to set all the call options (call forward, waiting, etc.). Call settings Call forward Allows you to divert incoming calls ei- ther to your mailbox or to a number Call forward (whether in your Phonebook applies to:...
  • Page 81: Auto Redial

    Auto redial Allows you to set the auto redial Off. When and if the person you are Autoredial calling is busy, your phone automatically redials this number until a successful connection is made, or until the maximum number of attempts is reached (10).
  • Page 82: Call List

    Call list From the main carousel, press select Call Info > Call list Call list play the call list. Use rows to scroll the list and press the date, time, number, call status of any selected call and to know if it was sent or received. Press access to a carousel which allows you to this correspondent, handsfree...
  • Page 83: Gprs Counters

    Allows you to activate or deactivate the systematic display of the length and/or Info at call end cost of each call when hanging up. Total cost This feature is subscription dependent. Allows you to display the accumulated cost and to set the counter to zero. It may Total cost be protected by PIN or PIN2 codes.
  • Page 84: 14 • Wap

    14 • WAP Your mobile phone supports services based on the Wireless Application Proto- col (WAP). The built-in WAP browser allows you to access services supplied with your net- work, such as news, sports, weather, etc. Your mobile phone readily supports the WAP function if it is included in your subscription;...
  • Page 85: Bookmarks

    Bookmarks This menu allows you to store your favourite WAP site addresses, rename them if desired and access them quickly from the list. This can also be done while browsing: press cess the Options, then select Bookmarks. In this case, the Name and URL fields will be automatically filled in with the information contained in the page you are browsing.
  • Page 86 < of your choice, then press deselect it and press to confirm. All connection settings described below will apply to the selected profile, which you can then rename for easier identification. Connection Select connection Allows you to select one of the data profiles you have defined in Settings >...
  • Page 87: Push Inbox

    Rename Profile This menu allows you to rename the currently selected profile: enter the new name (an edit screen automati- cally appears), then press to save the name you entered. Browser Options This menu allows you to activate/deactivate the down- loading of images attached to WAP pages.
  • Page 88: Forward

    You must have browsed at least 2 pages for this option to be available. Forward Takes you to the next browsed page (e.g., when you have previously selected Back). Refresh Will reload the currently browsed page from its origi- nal server. Save as homepage This menu option allows you to save the currently browsed WAP page as the default homepage.
  • Page 89: 15 • Operator Services

    15 • Operator services Most items of the Operator Services menu (e.g. Service numbers, Services +) are subscription-dependent and specific to operators: your mobile phone readily sup- ports them if they are included in your subscription. Consequently, the menus shown following may or may not be available.
  • Page 90: For Example: Access Your Answering Machine

    phone number) and then waits for the call to be con- nected before sending the rest of the digits as DTMF tones. Any subsequent pause character is an ordinary pause that generates a delay of 2.5 seconds. For example: access your answering machine To hear all messages (e.g.
  • Page 91: Answer A Third Call

    To receive a second call, you must have: - subscribed to this feature, - deactivated the Call forward option for voice calls (see page 78), - activated the Call waiting option (see page 79). If you receive a second call, press •...
  • Page 92: Explicit Call Transfer

    Conference. Repeat the above process until five mem- bers are connected. If there is an incoming call during the conference call and there are less than five members, you can accept this new call by pressing . Press then select to add this member to the con- Conference ference call.
  • Page 93: Precautions

    Precautions Radio waves Your cellular mobile phone is a low power ra- dio transmitter and receiver. When it is op- erating, it sends and receives radio waves. The radio waves carry your voice or data signal to a base station that is connected to the telephone net- work.
  • Page 94 phone complies with all applicable safety standards and the Radio Equipment and Telecommunications Terminal Equipment Directive 1999/5/EC. Always switch off your phone Inadequately protected or sensitive electronic equip- ment may be affected by radio energy. This interfer- ence can lead to accidents. Before boarding an aircraft and/or when packing the phone in your luggage: the use of mobile phones in an aircraft may be danger-...
  • Page 95 Philips phone null and void. Make sure damaged parts are replaced immediately by a qualified technician and that they are replaced with...
  • Page 96 Philips has marked the battery and packaging with standard symbols designed to promote the recycling and appropriate disposal of your eventual waste.
  • Page 97: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting The phone does not Remove and reinstall the bat- tery (see page 7). Then charge switch on the phone until the battery icon has stopped flashing. Fi- nally, unplug from the charg- er and try to switch the mobile on. The display shows Somebody tried to use your phone but didn’t know the...
  • Page 98 This problem is related to The display shows your subscription. Contact IMSI failure your operator. You can’t receive A picture may not be accepted and/or store JPEG by your mobile phone if it is too large, or if it doesn’t have pictures the correct file format.
  • Page 99 A car contains many metallic Your phone doesn’t parts that absorb electromag- work well in your netic waves which can affect the phone’s performances. A car kit is available to provide you with an external antenna and enables you to make and receive phone calls without handling the handset.
  • Page 100: Icons & Symbols

    Icons & symbols In idle mode, several symbols can be displayed simultaneously either on external screen or main screen. If the network symbol isn’t displayed, the network is not currently available. You may be in a bad reception area: move to a different location. Silent - Your phone will not ring when receiving a call.
  • Page 101: Philips Authentic Accessories

    Supplied with necklace. To maximise the performance of your Philips phone and not to void the warranty, always purchase Philips Authentic Accessories that are specially designed for use with your phone. Philips Consumer Electronics cannot be held liable for any damage due to use with non au- thorised accessories.
  • Page 102: Declaration Of Conformity

    72081 Le Mans cedex 9 FRANCE Le Mans, 13, November 2003 In case your Philips product is not working correctly or is defective, please return your phone to the place of purchase or the Philips National Service Center. In the...