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Contents
Getting Started with Your Phone ............................ 6
Phone Overview ...........................................................................6
The Battery ................................................................................12
Charging the Battery .................................................................15
Battery Level ..............................................................................19
Turning the Phone On and Off ...................................................20
Making Calls ..............................................................................20
Redialing Calls ...........................................................................20
Receiving Calls ..........................................................................20
Menus Overview ........................................................................25
Twist and Close the phone ........................................................28
Using a Memory Card ...............................................................29
Quick Access to Convenient Features ................. 32
Camera ......................................................................................32
TV-OUT ......................................................................................32
Using the Headset Adapter/2.5mm Splitter ...............................33
Vibrate Mode .............................................................................33
Lock Mode .................................................................................33
Mute Function ............................................................................34
Volume Quick Adjustment .........................................................34
Call Waiting ................................................................................34
Caller ID .....................................................................................35
Voice Commands ......................................................................35
Speed Dialing ............................................................................35
Entering and Editing Information .......................... 36
Text Input ...................................................................................36
Text Input Modes .......................................................................36
Contacts in Your Phone's Memory ........................ 39
The Basics of Storing Contacts Entries .....................................39
Options to Customize Your Contacts .........................................40
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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    Contents Getting Started with Your Phone ......6 Phone Overview ................6 The Battery ................12 Charging the Battery ..............15 Battery Level ................19 Turning the Phone On and Off ...........20 Making Calls ................20 Redialing Calls ................20 Receiving Calls ................20 Screen Icons ................21 Menu Access ................22 Menus Overview ................25 Twist and Close the phone ............28...

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    Contents Editing Contacts Entries ............43 Deleting ..................46 Phone Numbers with Pauses .............47 Searching Your Phone’s Memory ..........49 Making a Call from Your Phone’s Memory .........49 Camera ..............53 Take Picture ................55 Record Video ................68 MEDIA CENTER ............74 Music & Tones ................75 ®...

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    Drafts ..................114 Voicemail .................115 Visual Voice Mail ..............115 Mobile IM .................116 Email ..................116 Chat ..................116 Message Settings ..............117 Message Erase ................119 CONTACTS ............120 New Contact ................120 Contact List ................121 Backup Assistant ..............122 Groups ..................122 Speed Dials ................124 In Case of Emergency (ICE) ............125 My Name Card ................126 RECENT CALLS ............127 Missed ..................128...

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    Contents World Clock ..............140 Notepad ..............140 Bluetooth Menu ................140 Power ................141 Add New Devices ............142 Options ...............144 Sending and Receiving Name Cards ......146 Sending and Receiving Images ........148 Sounds Settings ...............149 Call Sounds ..............149 Alert Sounds ...............150 Keypad Volume ............151 Service Alerts .............151 Power On/Off ..............152 Display Settings ...............152...

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    Auto Retry ..............168 TTY Mode ..............168 One Touch Dial ............169 Voice Privacy ..............169 Data Settings ..............170 DTMF Tones ..............170 Memory ..................170 Save Options ..............171 Phone Memory ............171 Card Memory ..............172 Phone Info ................174 My Number ..............174 SW/HW Version ............174 Icon Glossary .............174 Software Update ............176 Included Items ............178 Safety ..............179...

  • Page 6: Getting Started With Your Phone

    Getting Started with Your Phone Phone Overview 1. Earpiece 2. LCD Screen The surface of the screen is made of reinforced glass. You may hurt yourself if you touch the display panel when 11. Directional Key it is cracked or broken. 3.

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    26. Outside Display 27. Camera Flash/ Flashlight 28. Camera Lens 29. Speaker Camera lens is made of reinforced glass. You may hurt yourself if 30. Battery Cover you touch the camera lens when it is cracked 31. Internal Antenna or broken. Area* 32.

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    1. Earpiece 2. LCD Screen Displays messages and indicator icons. 3. Microphone 4. L Left Soft Key Press to display the Message menu or access the function listed above the key. 5. V Camera/Video Key Press for quick access to Camera/Video. 6.

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    12. c Center Select Key Press to select a function. 13. R Right Soft Key Press to display Contacts or to access the function listed above the key. 14. F Speaker/Flashlight Key Press to turn Speakerphone on/off. You can switch from the earpiece to the speaker by turning on Speakerphone before starting a call or while a call is in progress.

  • Page 10: Back Key

    21. . Side Select Key This key functions as FWD (fast forward) key when it is pressed while playing music. When you Twist and Close the phone, press to select a function. 22. <> Volume Keys Press up or down to adjust the volume. Press while the phone is ringing to ignore a call.

  • Page 11: Water Resistance

    Dust Resistance For additional peace of mind, the CASIO EXILIM Phone is also dust resistant. The device was tested using silica flour at a temperature of 95F and meets the MIL-STD-810F (Dust) standard.

  • Page 12: The Battery

    Charging Terminals (external) Charging Terminals The Battery Warning! Use only approved batteries for the CASIO EXILIM Phone. Wipe the chassis before opening the battery cover to prevent moisture or dust from entering. NOTE Fully charge the battery before using the phone for the first time.

  • Page 13: Installing The Battery

    Installing the Battery Warning! Use only the approved Battery with the CASIO EXILIM Phone. Warning! Do not install the battery where water or liquid may fall directly on the phone or battery or in a humid place such as a bathroom.

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    Press the battery cover to the direction indicated 5 and 6 by the arrows as shown in the figures. Slide the LOCK switch to the LOCK side. Warning! Do not press hard on the battery cover with the battery cover tab running over the phone because you may damage the battery cover tab.

  • Page 15: Charging The Battery

    Connect the AC Charger to the Desk Top Cradle. Plug the AC Charger power plug into an electrical outlet. Insert the CASIO EXILIM Phone into the Desk Top Cradle in the order 2, 3 shown in the figure below.

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    Connect the included USB cable to your PC as in 1 in the figure below. Connect the included USB cable to the Desk Top Cradle as in 2 in the figure below. Twist and Close the CASIO EXILIM Phone and insert in the Desk Top Cradle.

  • Page 17

    Warning! When connecting the USB cable to the Desk Top Cradle, check that the tip of the USB cable connector matches the shape of the Desk Top Cradle jack before inserting. Warning! Do not use the Desk Top Cradle where water or liquid may fall directly on it or in a humid place such as a bathroom.

  • Page 18

    NOTE Charging by using the USB cable may take longer time than using the AC Charger. Charging time when using the USB cable may vary depending on the PC to be connected. k Charging the battery by directly connecting the AC Charger You can also charge the battery by directly connecting the...

  • Page 19: Battery Level

    The charge time varies depending upon the battery level. NOTE Turn ON Auto Start On/Off of the SETTINGS & TOOLS to automatically start Slide Show when CASIO EXILIM Phone insert into the Desk Top Cradle. It takes longer to fully charge the phone if slide show is displayed while charging.

  • Page 20: Turning The Phone On And Off

    Turning the Phone On and Off k Turning the Phone On Press and hold the End/Power Key E until the LCD screen lights up. NOTE Avoid any unnecessary contact with the antenna while your phone is on. k Turning the Phone Off Press and hold the End/Power Key E until the LCD screen turns off.

  • Page 21: Screen Icons

    NOTE Since the answer option is set to Flip Open as default, you can directly answer an incoming call by simply opening the Flip Top. For how to select an answer option, for “Answer Options” see page 167. Press the End/Power Key E to end the call. Screen Icons When the phone is turned on, the top line of the LCD screen displays icons indicating the status of the phone.

  • Page 22: Voice Commands

    SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) is a protocol developed by Netscape Communications that uses encryption to secure data through the public Internet from client to server. TTY mode On ® Bluetooth ® Bluetooth Device Connected ® Bluetooth Discovery Mode Voice Commands (Active) Voice Commands (Listening) Alarm Only Vibrate Only...

  • Page 23

    With the CASIO EXILIM Phone, there are three Main Menu types: Tab , List , and Grid . NOTE All directions in this manual are based on the Tab Main Menu Setting, and Classic Display Theme, which are the default settings.

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    k Example 3: Grid Menu The Grid Menu has nine items. From the home screen, press the Center Select Key c [MENU]. Press the Directional Key a up, down, left or right to select your desired menu option then press the Center Select Key c [OK]. NOTE When navigating within menus and submenus or when configuring your phone’s settings, you can return to the...

  • Page 25

    Menus Overview MEDIA CENTER MESSAGING 1. Music & Tones 1. New Message 1. V CAST Music 2. Inbox 2. Get New Ringtones 3. Sent 3. My Ringtones 4. Drafts 4. My Music 5. Voicemail 5. My Sounds 6. Visual Voice Mail 6.

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