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Table of Contents Chapter 1 Getting Started ................... 1 1-1 Introducing the O2 Xda Graphite .................1 1-2 Getting to know your Smartphone ................2 1-� Installing the SIM card and battery ................5 1-� Installing and removing a micro SD card ..............� 1-5 Charging your Smartphone ..................� 1-� Turning your Smartphone ON/OFF ................� Chapter 2 Learning to Use Your Smartphone ............9 2-1 Home screen ......................11 2-2 Start menu .
Chapter 4 Synchronizing with ActiveSync .............. 23 �-1 Microsoft ActiveSync ....................2� �-2 Installing ActiveSync on your PC ................2� �-� Connecting your phone to a PC .................25 �-� Creating a partnership ....................25 4-5 Synchronizing with a PC ....................2� 4-6 Synchronizing with an Exchange Server ..............2� 4-7 Creating a synchronization schedule .................�� 4-8 Remote synchronization .....................�1 Chapter 5 Managing Your Smartphone ..............33 5-1 Personalizing your Smartphone .................�� 5-2 Improving performance ....................��...
Package contents Your package includes several accessories for the Smartphone. After unpacking, check the items against the list below and make sure that they are in good condition. If any item is missing or damaged, contact your dealer or retailer immediately. Standard items • ASUS O2 Xda Graphite Smartphone • USB sync cable • AC adapter with DC_IN via mini-USB plug • Software CD • Standard battery • Stereo headset with micrphone • Manual / Quick Start Guide • Carrying case (can be added at an extra cost) IMPORTANT To avoid damaging your Smartphone and accessories, it is recommendable to operate this unit within a temperature range of 0 ~ �0 C (�� ~ �� F) and 50% humidity. Anything that goes beyond or below this temperature range may damage the unit and/or shorten the battery life.
Chapter 1 Getting Started 1-1 Introducing the ASUS 02 Xda Graphite Smartphone The ASUS 02 Xda Graphite Smartphone is a tri-band mobile phone with practical features such as ® messaging capabilities, organizer, GPRS functionality, and a micro SD card slot. In addition to 12� MB phone memory, the micro SD card extends storage space, which allows you to save photos, messages, texts, graphics, and audio files.
Chapter 1 1-2 Getting to know your Smartphone Front features FEATURE 1. Earpiece 2. Power On/Off button / LED indicator Allows you to turn your 02 Xda ON/OFF. It also indicates the status of your battery, signal/network, Bluetooth, etc. See the LED indicator table for more information. �. LCD Screen Displays the menu, current time, battery power , signal strength, and current profile. �. Left and Right Soft keys The Left and Right Soft keys perform the command indicated above the button. The Left Soft key unlocks the keypad, just press this button and the Asterisk (*) key . 5. Home key Takes you to the Home screen. �. Back key LED INDICATOR STATUS Takes you back to the previous screen. Steady amber Battery is charging. �. Call key Steady green Battery is fully charged. Answers a call or dial a number. Press twice to redial last Flashing green Signal/network detected. number. Flashing blue Bluetooth is set to “On” or �. End key...
Chapter 1 FEATURE �. 5-way joystick Back features Push left, right, up, and down to scroll through the menu files, program icons, and folders. Press to launch a chosen program, list the contents of a folder, or open a file. 10. Keypad Alphanumeric keys enter numbers and texts. Asterisk (*) key enables you to switch between cases (upper/lower cases) and caps lock within a text messaging mode. In a text field, press and hold to display an entire list of input mode to make a selection. In a text field, press this key to enter zero (0). Press and hold to enter a plus sign (�) for making international calls. In a text field, press to enter a space. Press and hold to access the symbols menu. FEATURE 11. Speakerphone Enables you to listen to music or to talk over the phone handsfree. 12. Camera lens 1�. Back cover...
Chapter 1 Side features FEATURE 1�. Internet button Launches the Internet Explorer. 15. Volume button Adjusts the volume of your phone. 1�. Mini-USB sync/power connector Synchronizes data in your phone with your PC or charges your battery. 1�. Microphone 1�. Earphone jack Insert a headphone to listen to music or to use your phone handsfree. Bottom features...
Chapter 1 1-3 Installing the SIM card and battery The phone operator provides you with a Subscriber Identity Module (SIM) card that stores your mobile phone number, phone book entries, SMS/MMS messages, etc. Install the SIM card before you install the battery. NOTE The SIM card usually comes embedded on a plastic card. Read the SIM card documentation before removing the SIM card. Remove any rough edges on the SIM card before you install it into the phone. To install the SIM card 1. Press down the back cover release latch (A) and slide it open in the direction of the arrow as shown. 2. Lift and remove the battery. �. Insert the SIM card into the card slot with the contacts area facing down. Insert the SIM card into the card slot with the contacts area facing down.
Chapter 1 To insert the battery 1. Align the exposed metal contacts on the edge of the battery with the contacts on the phone. 2. Slide the back cover into your phone. Slide the back cover into your phone. lide the back cover into your phone. 1-4 Installing and removing a micro SD card To install / remove a micro SD card 1. Remove the back cover and the battery.
Chapter 1 1-5 Charging the battery Fully charge the battery before using the phone for the first time. This may take about eight (�) hours. You can charge the battery whether the phone is on or off. A battery icon on the main and external displays indicates the battery power level. Refer to “Status indicator icons” in 2-2 Home screen for battery icon indications. To charge the battery 1. Connect the AC adapter to a power source. 2. Connect the power cable plug to the mini USB sync and power connector. NOTE The power LED lights up amber to indicate that the battery is charging and lights up green when the battery is fully-charged.
Chapter 1 1-6 Turning your Smartphone ON/OFF To turn ON your phone 1. Press and hold the Power button for about three seconds until the display turns on. 2. If you are asked for a Personal Identification Number (PIN) code, key in the code using the keypad, then press . The main display shows the idle screen. �. Enter your PIN code (if necessary) and press Done. Wait for your operator and Microsoft screens to load. To turn OFF the phone Do one of the following: • Press and hold the Power button for about three seconds until the Microsoft Mobile power off screen shows and wait for the display to turn off. • Press and quickly release the Power button and select Power off from the Quick List screen.
Chapter 2 Learning to Use Your Smartphone 2-1 Home screen The Home screen automatically displays when you turn on your Smartphone or leave it idle. The top of the Home screen displays the five most recently-used programs. The center of the display shows the service provider, the time, your next appointment, your current profile, and the number of new text messages. Scrolling to any of these items and pressing the joystick opens the associated program. NOTE Pressing at any time takes you back to the Home screen. To customize the Home screen (layout, color scheme, background image), press Start > Settings > Home Screen.
Chapter 2 Power status Network signal strength Status indicators Most recently-used programs Your service provider Time/Date Select and press the joystick to open Wireless Manager Your next appointment Select and press the joystick to open Calendar Number of unread text messages Current ring tone or volume profile Select and press the joystick Select and press the joystick to to open Messages change the profile Left soft key command Right soft key command Press the Left soft key Press the Right soft key to open to launch the Start menu, Contacts, Messages, or Call History. which displays all the installed programs...
Chapter 2 Status indicator icons Status indicators appear at the top of the screen and on the Home screen. The following table lists common status indicators and their meanings. New e-mail or text message T� text input mode, Battery charging (SMS) lowercase T� text input mode, smart New voice mail Bluetooth case T� text input mode, caps New instant message Signal strength lock 1 2 3 XXXVoice call No signal Numeric input mode 1XRTT connection Voice call in progress Roaming available Data call in progress Sync connection off No voice mail Calls are forwarded XXXRadio off Pending alarm Call on hold Ringer off GPRS available Multipress input mode, Missed call GPRS in use lowercase...
Chapter 2 2-2 Start menu Your Smartphone comes with many pre-installed programs that you can use. These programs can be accessed from the Start menu. To use the Start menu 1. On the Home screen, press Start. 2. Do one of the following: • Scroll to a program using the navigation keypad and press . • Press the corresponding number on the alphanumeric keypad. For example, press 1 to open Internet Explorer and 9 to open Settings.
Chapter 2 2-3 Quick List The Quick List provides you with a quick access to the commonly-used commands such as turning off/locking the phone, turning off wireless capabilities, and changing the profile type. To use the Quick List 1. Press and quickly release the Power button to display the Quick List. NOTE: If you press and hold too long, the phone will be powered off. 2. Select the command you want by scrolling through the list and pressing . You can also press the corresponding number on the alphanumeric keypad. �. To return to the Home screen, press Cancel. QUICK LIST COMMAND DESCRIPTION Power off Turns off the phone Wireless Manager Turns on/off the phone and/or all wireless capability. Key lock Locks the keypad. To unlock the keypad, press Unlock, and then press the Asterisk key Device lock Select how soon your phone will lock after the last keypress. Normal / Silent / Meeting / Select to make one of these profiles the current one. A check indicates the Outdoor / Automatic / Headset / current profile. To change profile settings, select a profile and press Menu...
Chapter 3 Using Call Features 3-1 Making a call Calling from the Home screen To call from the Home screen 1. On the Home screen, enter the phone number you want to call. If you entered the wrong number, press Back to delete the last digit; press and hold to delete all digits. 2. Once you have entered the number, press Call or to make the call. �. Press to end the call. NOTE As you enter a phone number, the Smartphone searches Contacts, Call History, and the Speed Dial lists to find a matching name and/or number. When you see the name or number of the person you want to call on the list, select it using the Up/Down navigation keys. To redial the last number called, press twice.
Chapter 3 Calling a Contacts entry To call a Contacts entry 1. On the Home screen, press Contacts. 2. Use the Up/Down navigation keys to select the contact name you want to call. To quickly find a contact in a long list of contacts, you can enter the first few letters of the contact’s name to narrow the search. �. Press Call or to make the call. N��TE By default, the contact’s mobile telephone number is dialed first when you make a call from Contacts unless you specify otherwise. To change the default number for a Contact 1. On the Home screen, press Contacts. 2. Select the contact whose default phone number you want to change. �. Use the Left/Right navigation keys to change the default number. The letter to the right of the contact’s name indicates the default number — m (mobile), w (work), or h (home). Calling a number from the Call History list To make a call from the Call History list 1. On the Home screen, press or press Start >...
Chapter 3 Calling using speed dial You can create speed dials for frequently-called phone numbers or frequently-accessed items. You may choose Speed Dial entries from 2-��. Speed Dial 1 is reserved for voice mail access and the number is configured in your settings. You can create a Speed Dial for a phone number, a program on the Start menu, an E-mail address, or Web page address (URL) that is stored in your phone’s Contacts. NOTE You must assign a speed dial key to a phone number before you can use the speed dial feature. You can create a speed dial only for a phone number, e-mail address, or Web page address that is stored in your phone’s Contacts. You cannot create a speed dial for a contact stored in the SIM card. To create a speed dial for a phone number, e-mail address, or URL address 1. On the Home screen, press Start > Contacts. 2. Select a contact and press to view the contact details. �. Select the phone number, e-mail address, or URL address, for which you want to assign a speed dial and press Menu > Add to Speed Dial. �. Enter appropriate details in Name, Value, and Keypad assignment . In Keypad assignment, use the Left/Right navigation keys to select, or press to view the full list of choices.
Chapter 3 To make a call using speed dial ��n the keypad, press and hold the speed dial’s assignment. If the keypad assignment consists of two digits, press the first digit then press and hold the second digit. To create a speed dial for an item on the Start menu 1. On the Home screen, press Start. 2. Select an item and press Menu > Add Speed Dial. �. Enter the appropriate details in Name, Value, and Keypad assignment . In Keypad assignment, use the Left/Right navigation keys to select, or press to view the full list of choices. 5. Press Done. Making emergency calls Calls to emergency service numbers can be made even if you have locked the SIM card and/or your phone.
Chapter 3 To place an international call 1. Press and hold 0 on the keypad to enter a plus sign. 2. Enter the full phone number with the country code, area code, and phone number, and then press 3-2 Retrieving voice mail messages On the Home screen, press Voice Mail or press and hold 1 . Follow the voice instructions to retrieve your messages. 3-3 Responding to a call When you receive a call, the screen displays the caller’s name and phone number. If the caller is not in your Contacts list, the screen displays the number only. When you receive a phone call, you have the option to answer or to ignore it.
Chapter 3 3-4 Options during a call Below are the options during or for making a call. Some of these options are available only when multiple calls are in progress or during a conference call. IN-CALL MENU OPTION DESCRIPTION Hold Places the active call on hold. Unhold Activates the call that’s on hold. Mute on Switches off the microphone for the active call (you can hear the caller but the caller can’t hear you). Mute off Turns the microphone back on for the active call. back on for the active call. for the active call. Speakerphone On/Off Activates/deactivates the speakerphone. NOTE: You can also press and hold during an active call. Conference Joins together all existing calls if you have subscribed to this service. Turn Hands-free On/Off Activates/deactivates the hands-free function. This function is only avaliable if your phone has been conected to a hands-free kit. When activated, the call will be redirected to the hands-free kit, allowing you to talk using the remote earphone/microphone set.
Chapter 4 Synchronizing with ActiveSync 4-1 Microsoft ActiveSync With ActiveSync, you can synchronize the data on your PC with that on your Smartphone. Synchronization compares the data on your phone with your PC and updates both with the most recent information. You can also use synchronization to add new programs to your phone. Before you can synchronize your phone with your PC, you need to complete the following steps: 1. Install ActiveSync on your PC. 2. Connect your phone to the PC. �. Create a partnership between the two devices. NOTE For more information about synchronization, see the ActiveSync Help on your PC.
Chapter 4 4-2 Installing ActiveSync on your PC The ActiveSync program is pre-installed on your Smartphone. To synchronize the data on your phone with your PC, you must also install ActiveSync on your PC. Install ActiveSync from the Getting Started CD included in your product package. NOTE Before starting the ActiveSync installation, make sure that you have Microsoft Outlook ® ® installed on your PC. If you do not have Outlook, install the Microsoft Outlook from ® ® the Getting Started CD. If you have Outlook �� or Outlook 2000 installed, you are encouraged to update to the Outlook bundled in the Getting Started CD. IMPORTANT Do not connect your phone to your PC until you have finished installing ActiveSync. To install ActiveSync on your PC 1. Place the Getting Started CD into the CD drive of your PC and follow the on-screen instructions to install ActiveSync.
Chapter 4 4-3 Connecting your phone to a PC To connect your Smartphone to a PC 1. When prompted, connect the appropriate end of the USB sync cable to the mini USB and power connector at the bottom of your phone and the other end to a USB port on your PC. 2. ActiveSync will autostart when it detects your phone, and the Smartphone Sync Setup Wizard will open. 4-4 Creating a partnership The wizard guides you through the steps in creating a partnership. In the Sync Setup Wizard, you can do the following: • Create a synchronization relationship between your PC and your phone.
Chapter 4 4-5 Synchronizing with a PC Changing information to synchronize By default, ActiveSync does not automatically synchronize all ��utlook information. You can use ActiveSync options to turn synchronization for specific information types on and off: 1. On the Home screen, press Start > ActiveSync. 2. Press Menu > Options. �. Do one or more of the following: • Select the check box for the items you want to synchronize. • Clear the check box for any items you do not want to synchronize. • To customize synchronization of a PC, select the PC name then press Menu > Settings. • To customize synchronization of a particular type of information, select the information type then press Settings.
Chapter 4 Using USB sync cable When you connect your phone to the PC, ActiveSync automatically detects it and starts automatically detects it and starts detects it and starts synchronizing. 1. Connect your phone to a PC using the USB sync cable. 2. ActiveSync should automatically detect it and start synchronizing. If not, on the Home screen, press ActiveSync should automatically detect it and start synchronizing.
Chapter 4 �. Press Sync. 5. When finished, press Menu > Disconnect Bluetooth. To preserve battery power, turn off Bluetooth. 4-6 Synchronizing with an Exchange Server To set up an Exchange Server connection, you will need to get the name of the server and the server domain name from your service provider or system administrator. You must also know your Exchange user name and password. NOTE Before you change synchronization settings on the phone, disconnect it from your PC. 1. On the Home screen, press Start > ActiveSync > Menu > Configure Server. If you have not yet set up sync with Exchange Server, this will say Add Server Source.
Chapter 4 4-7 Creating a synchronization schedule You can create a schedule for automatically synchronizing information on your Smartphone with your PC or with Microsoft Exchange Server. To set up a synchronization schedule with your PC, you must use ActiveSync on the PC. For more information on synchronization, see ActiveSync Help on the PC. To set up a synchronization schedule with an Exchange server, you must use ActiveSync on your phone. See the next section for details.
Chapter 4 Scheduling synchronization Before changing the synchronization settings on the phone, disconnect the phone from your PC. To schedule synchronization 1. On the Home screen, press Start > ActiveSync > Menu > Schedule. 2. Do one or more of the following: TO SYNC DO THIS Under Peak times, select As items arrive. It’s more cost-efficient to Automatically as items arrive. synchronize on at regular intervals when mail volume is high. Under Off-peak times, select As items arrive. This can be more cost-efficient than synchronizing on a regular schedule when mail volume is low. When you are working, or e-mail Select an appropriately frequent interval in the Peak times list.
Chapter 4 4-8 Remote synchronization Remote synchronization is synchronizing your phone over a wireless connection instead of using a direct local connection to a PC. Synchronizing remotely with your PC may depend on your network configuration. For example, you may need to set up a virtual private network (VPN) connection to your network. To synchronize remotely, you need to set up a connection first and then configure your phone. For more information on remote synchronization, see the ActiveSync Help guide.
Chapter 5 Managing Your Smartphone 5-1 Personalizing your Smartphone Settings screens You can view and change the settings on your Smartphone according to your preferences. This includes changing the Home screen layout, adding your own ring tone, and setting options for received calls, call forwarding or call waiting. calls, call forwarding or call waiting. On the Home screen, press Start > Settings to display the Settings screen. NOTE Selecting More from the Settings screen will display a second screen of Settings options.
Chapter 5 Personalizing your Home screen To personalize your Home screen 1. On the Home screen, press Start > Home Screen. 2. Make your desired changes and press Done . To personalize the Home screen with your own image 1. On the Home screen, press Start > More > Pictures & Videos. 2. Select an image to use as the background image and press . �. Press Menu > Use as Home Screen. �. Use the Left/Right navigation keys to select the display area and press Next.
Chapter 5 Changing regional settings To change regional settings 1. On the Home screen, press Start > Settings > More > Regional Settings. 2. In Language, select your preferred language for the phone interface and menus. �. In Locale, select your current location. The Locale option automatically changes the format of the remaining options, such as date, time, and currency, to reflect those used in that locale. �. Press Done after you have finished making changes. NOTE To activate the new language settings, you will need to turn the phone off and back on. Changing profile settings A profile determines how you get notified of events such as incoming calls, upcoming appointments, and new messages. Your current profile is displayed on the Home screen. To quickly change the current profile To quickly switch to a different profile, press and quickly release the Power Button and scroll to the desired profile in the Quick List screen and press Select. To open the second page of the Quick List screen for more profile options, select More.
Chapter 5 To modify a profile 1. On the Home screen, press Start > Settings > Profiles. 2. Scroll to the profile you want to change, press Menu, and select Edit. �. Change the settings and press Done. NOTE To restore the default settings of a profile, press Menu and select Reset to default. Customizing sounds for ring tones Use Sounds settings to customize the sounds for ring tones, notifications, reminders, alarm clock, alert, and key tones. The phone comes with 20 pre-installed polyphonic ring tones from which you can choose. To change the sound 1. On the Home screen, press Start >...
Chapter 5 �. Open ActiveSync on your PC and click Explore. �. Go to the Storage\Application Data\Sounds folder on your Smartphone and paste the file. 5. On the Home screen of your phone, press Start > Settings > Sounds. 6. Highlight the item to customize and scroll left/right to find the sound file. Entering your contact information The Owner Information screen is for entering and displaying personal information, such as your name, phone number, and e-mail address. Entering this information is recommended as it allows the person who finds the phone to be able to contact you in case it is lost. To enter owner information 1. On the Home screen, press Start > Settings > More > Owner Information. 2. Enter your details and press Done. 5-2 Improving performance Changing accessibility settings To change accessibility settings 1. On the Home screen, press Start > Settings >...
Chapter 5 Multipress time out: Set the length of time to wait between keypresses when entering text in Multipress mode. Confirmation time out: Set the delay before an unconfirmed action times out. In-call alert volume: Set the volume for incoming call or receiving new message alerts while you are on the phone. Smartdial Setting: �. Press Done when finished. Changing power settings Use Power Management to check the battery level and to configure power-saving settings, such as backlight and display time-outs. 1. On the Home screen, press Start > Settings > Power Management. The first item showed is Main battery indicator , where you can see how much power is left in the battery. This item is not adjustable. 2. You may set your preferences for the following: Backlight time out on battery: Set the amount of time for the phone to be idle before the backlight turns off. In Backlight time out on AC: Set the amount of time for the phone to be idle before the backlight turns off when using AC power.
Chapter 5 5-3 Turning on/off wireless mode To turn on/off Bluetooth Do one of the following: • Press and quickly release the Power button to display the Quick List screen and select Wireless Manager. Select Bluetooth and press . • On the Home screen, press Start > Settings > Connections > Bluetooth. Select On, Discoverable, or Off. To turn on/off radio mode Press and quickly release the Power button to display the Quick List screen and select Wireless Manager. Select All and press to toggle between on and off mode. NOTE Turn off all radio interfaces of your phone when on an aircraft or in a hospital. You will not be able to make calls or send messages/emails but will still be able to use the organizer functions of your phone.
Chapter 5 To unlock the keypad Press Unlock followed quickly by the * key Locking the SIM card Locking the SIM card prevents unauthorized use of your phone, but you will still be able to make emergency calls. When you turn on the phone, you will be asked to enter your PIN1 password. To lock the SIM card and set the PIN 1. On the Home screen, press Start >...
Chapter 5 Locking the phone To lock the phone 1. Do one of the following: • On the Home screen, press Start > Settings > Security > Device Lock. • Press and quickly release the Power button to display the Quick List screen and select Device lock. 2. Select the Prompt if device unused for check box by pressing . ��. Scroll down to the field below and select the amount of time for the phone to be inactive before it locks automatically. �. In Password type, select the type of password you want to use. 5. Enter and confirm your password, and then press Done. Controlling outgoing calls Fixed dialing allows you to restrict your outgoing calls to selected phone numbers, if supported by your SIM card. You need the PIN2 code for this function. When this function is active, you can only call those...
Chapter 5 �. Press Menu > Edit Numbers. 5. Press Menu > Add and enter the phone number to add to your fixed dialing list. �. Press Done. �. Repeat steps 2 and � to add more numbers. Blocking incoming/outgoing calls Emergency calls can still be made with Call Barring on. 1. On the Home screen, press Start > Settings > Phone > Call Barring. 2. In Block incoming calls, select Off, When roaming, or All calls. �. In Block outgoing calls, select Off, Int’l except to home, Int’l calls, or All calls. �. Press Done.
Chapter 5 5-5 Restarting your phone You may sometimes need to restart your phone such as when a program is not performing properly, or the phone does not respond to key presses. To restart the phone 1. Remove the battery. 2. Reinsert the battery and turn on your phone. 5-6 Resetting your phone Resetting your phone will remove all the data from memory and restore the phone back to its factory default settings. NOTE When you reset your phone, all the data you have entered in RAM, including all files, system settings, and additional programs you have installed, will be erased. To reset your phone 1. On the Home screen, press Start >...
Chapter 5 To add programs 1. Download the program to your PC. 2. Read the installation instructions or documentation that comes with the program. Many programs provide special installation instructions. �. Connect your phone to the PC. 4. Double-click the *.exe file. • If the executable file is an installation wizard, follow the instructions on the screen. ��nce the program has been installed on your PC, the wizard will automatically transfer the program to your phone. • If an installation wizard does not start, you will see an error message stating that the program is valid but that it is designed for a different type of PC. You will need to copy this program to your phone. If you cannot find any installation instructions for the program, use ActiveSync to copy the program file to the Program Files folder on your phone. To remove a program Programs that come with the phone cannot be removed. 1. On the Home screen, press Start > Settings > Remove Programs. 2. Scroll to the program to remove. �. Press Menu > Remove. 5-8 Managing and backing up files To manage your files, you can use the File Explorer or a storage card (micro SD card) on your or a storage card (micro SD card) on your...
Chapter 5 You can back up files to your PC using ActiveSync or copy files to a storage card on your phone. You can also efficiently manage your files and folders using the File Explorer program on your phone. Changes you make to the information on one PC will not affect the information on the other PC. If you want to automatically update information on both your phone and PC, synchronize the information instead. For more information about copying and synchronizing files, see the ActiveSync Help guide on your PC. To copy a file using ActiveSync Copying a file results in separate file versions on your phone and your PC. Because the files are not synchronized, changes made to one file will not affect the other. 1. Connect your phone to your PC. 2. In ActiveSync, click Explore. ��. Go to the file that you want to copy on your phone or PC. �. Do one of the following: • To copy the file to your phone, right-click the file, and click Copy. Right-click the desired folder on your phone, and click Paste.
Chapter 5 Using File Explorer File Explorer allows you to manage the files and folders on your phone just like you do on your PC. To start File Explorer • On the Home screen, press Start > More > File Explorer. Once in the File Explorer aplication, you can do the following: DO THIS Create a new folder Go to where you want to create the new folder. Press Menu > Edit > New Folder. Enter a name for the new folder and press the joystick. Rename a file or folder Select the file or folder that you want to rename, and press Menu > Edit > Rename. Delete a file or folder Select the file or folder that you want to delete, and press Menu > Edit > Delete. Beam a file Select the file that you want to send. Press Menu > Beam. Select the device to which you want to send and press Beam.
Chapter 5 DO THIS Send a file by e-mail Select the file to send, press Menu > Send > Outlook E-mail. The ��utlook E-mail screen will open with the selected file already attached. Select the file or folder, and press Menu > Properties. Display information about a file or folder Sort files and folders Press Menu > Sort By, and select a sort option. Select the file or folder that you want to move. Press Menu > Edit > Move a file or folder from one location to another Cut. Navigate to the new location and press Menu > Edit > Paste. Duplicate a file or folder Select the file or folder that you want to duplicate. Press Menu > Edit > Copy. Navigate to the new location and press Menu > Edit > Paste.
Chapter 6 Getting Connected You can set up an Internet or a network connection to do such activities as browse the Internet or intranet, send and receive email and instant messages, and synchronize information using ActiveSync. With an active connection, you can browse the web, download e-mails, chat using MSN Messenger, or synchronize wirelessly with the server. Check with your Internet Service Provider to see if a connection has already been set up for you, and if over-the-air configuration is supported. 6-1 Connecting to the Internet On the Home screen, press Start > Settings > Connections to open the Connections screen. Connections settings allow you to set up Dial-up, Virtual Private Network (VPN), Bluetooth, Proxy, and General Packet Radio Service (GPRS) connections, so you can connect to the Internet or your corporate network. Dial-up connection To create a Dial-up connection Every network connection is different. You should gather all of the relevant information or network settings you need before starting this process.
Chapter 6 NOTE In Connects to, select The Internet to connect directly to the Internet, Work to connect to your corporate network, WAP Network to connect to a Wireless Application Protocol network, or Secure WAP Network to connect to secure WAP sites, such as a bank. �. Press Done. GPRS, Proxy, and VPN connections You can create GPRS, Proxy, and VPN connections using the same procedure as that for a Dial-up connection. GPRS connection GPRS is a high-speed transmission through the mobile phone network, which provides permanent online connection. To use GPRS to connect to the network, you need to apply for GPRS service with your Internet Service Provider. Proxy connection If you are connected to your ISP or private network during synchronization, your Smartphone should download the proper proxy settings from your PC. If these settings are not on your PC or need to be changed, ask your Internet Service Provider or network administrator for the proxy server name, server type, port, type of Socks protocol used, and your user name and password. A proxy connection is used to access the Internet using an existing connection to your corporate network.
Chapter 6 VPN connection A VPN connection helps you to securely connect to servers, such as a corporate network, using an existing Internet connection. Ask your network administrator for your user name, password, domain name, TCP/IP settings, and host name or IP address of the VPN server. Changing option settings The Options screen enables you to specify the number of redial attempts, time to wait before disconnecting, and how your PC connects to the network. To access the Options screen 1. On the Home screen, press Start > Settings > Connections. 2. Press Menu > Advanced > Menu > Options. Adding a URL exception Some companies use periods in their intranet URLs (for example, intranet.companyname.com). A Work URL exception tells Internet Explorer Mobile to look on the Work network to find the URL instead...
Chapter 6 �. In URL Pattern, enter the URL, and press Done. NOTE Separate multiple URLs with a semicolon (;). You should not create URL exceptions for URLs on the Internet. 6-2 Using Internet Explorer Mobile You can use Internet Explorer Mobile to browse mobile favorites and channels that have been downloaded to your device without connecting to the Internet. You can also connect to the Internet through an ISP or a network connection to browse the Web. NOTE Make sure that you have set up your Smartphone’s connection (see 6-1 Connecting to the Internet).
Chapter 6 DO THIS Change connection options 1. Press Menu > Tools > Options > Connections. 2. Do one of the following: • To allow Internet Explorer to select network settings, select Automatically detect settings. • To manually choose network settings, in Select network, select the network to which Internet Explorer should connect. View your Favorites list From any Web page, press Favorites. Go to a Web page In Internet Explorer, press Address Bar. Enter the Web page address and press Go. Go to a Web page in the History Press Menu > History. Select a Web page, and click Go. list Press Menu > Tools > Options > Memory. Clear history, cookies, or temporary files Add a Web page to the...
Chapter 6 DO THIS Move a favorite to a folder Press Favorites. Select the favorite to move. Press Menu > Edit. Under Folder, scroll to the folder to which you want to move the favorite and press Done. Send a link via e-mail Go to the Web page you want to send and press Menu > Tools > Send Link via E-mail. Select Text Messages or Outlook E-mail.
Chapter 6 6-3 Using Bluetooth® Bluetooth is a short-range wireless communications technology that allows you to communicate with other devices, such as headsets, printers, PCs, GPS receivers, and other users’ mobile devices. Devices with Bluetooth capabilities can exchange information without requiring a physical connection. Unlike infrared, you do not need to line up devices to exchange information through Bluetooth. The devices only need to be within a range of about 10 meters (�0 feet) in an open space environment. You can even beam information to a device in a different room, as long as it is within the specified range. Setting the Bluetooth mode By default Bluetooth is turned off. If you turn it on, and then turn off your phone, Bluetooth also turns off. When you turn on your phone again, Bluetooth turns on automatically. To set the Bluetooth mode 1. On the Home screen, press Start > Settings > Connections > Bluetooth. 2. Select On, Off, or Discoverable, and press Done . NOTE You can also turn Bluetooth on and off by pressing and quickly releasing Power to access the Quick List and selecting Wireless Manager. Select Bluetooth > Menu >...
Chapter 6 BLUETOOTH MODE DESCRIPTION The Bluetooth radio is turned on and you can use Bluetooth features. The Bluetooth radio is turned off. You might want to turn the radio off at times to conserve battery power, or in situations where radio use is prohibited, like on airplanes and in hospitals. Discoverable The Bluetooth radio is turned on, and other Bluetooth devices within range (about 10 meters) can detect your phone. Creating a Bluetooth partnership Before your phone can communicate with another device, you need to create a partnership between your phone and the other Bluetooth-enabled device. Your phone can create partnerships with up to 10 other Bluetooth devices. To create a Bluetooth partnership 1. Ensure that the two devices are within close range and that both Bluetooth-enabled devices are discoverable. 2. On the Home screen, press Start > Settings > Connections > Bluetooth. �. Press Menu > Devices > Menu > New. Your phone searches for other Bluetooth-enabled devices and displays them in the list.
Chapter 6 �. Enter the same PIN on the other device. NOTE ��nce you create a partnership, the devices don’t need to be discoverable to beam information between them; Bluetooth needs only to be turned on. Pairing with a Bluetooth headset 1. On the Home screen, press Start > Settings > Connections > Bluetooth and set Bluetooth on your phone to Discoverable. 2. Turn on your Bluetooth headset and bring it to within �0 meters of your Smartphone. ��. Put your Bluetooth headset into pairing mode. Refer to your Bluetooth headset’s user manual for instructions. �. On your phone, press Menu > Devices > Menu > New. 5. Select the Bluetooth headset on the Add Devices list and press Next. �. Enter the passkey provided in the headset user manual. The phone will now pair with the headset.
Chapter 6 NOTE Select the Automute checkbox if you want to enable audio streaming to the Bluetooth headset only and clear it if you want to enable audio streaming to both the phone speaker and the Bluetooth headset. �. Open Windows Media Player and start playing music.
Chapter 6 DO THIS Beam information Make sure that Bluetooth is turned on and that the device that you want to beam to is using Bluetooth discoverable. Select the item that you want to beam and press Menu > Beam [item]. Select the Bluetooth device to which you want to beam the item and press Beam. Accept a Bluetooth Make sure that Bluetooth is turned on and that your phone is discoverable. When partnership prompted to accept a Bluetooth partnership with the other device, press Yes. In PIN, enter a personal identification number (PIN) between 1 and 16 characters, and press Done. You must enter the same PIN that was entered on the device requesting the Bluetooth partnership. Receive beamed On the Home screen, press Start > Settings > Connections > Beam. Select information Receive incoming beams. Do the following: • To receive beams by using Bluetooth, ensure Bluetooth is turned on and that your phone is discoverable and within close range. Press Yes. Rename a Bluetooth On the Home screen, press Start > Settings > Connections > Bluetooth > Menu device >...
Chapter 6 DO THIS Open received On the Home screen, press Start > Settings > Connections > Bluetooth Profiles > images from the Images. Select the Open received images check box. Image server in the image viewer On the Home screen, press Start > Settings > Connections > Bluetooth Profiles > Save a thumbnail version of received Images. Select the Request thumbnail check box. images in the same folder as the received images Configure security for On the Home screen, press Start > Settings > Connections > Bluetooth Profiles > Bluetooth use Security.
Chapter 7 Messaging Your Smartphone is capable of composing, sending, and receiving Outlook e-mail, Internet e-mail, Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS) messages, and text messages. 7-1 Entering text and numbers You can enter text and numbers by using the keypad. The phone supports three input modes for entering text and numbers: Multipress, T9, and Numeric. Multipress and T� modes are used for entering text, and Numeric mode is used for entering numbers. When you select a field that requires text or numbers, the phone automatically selects the appropriate input mode. The status indicator on the top right side of the display screen shows the input mode that is currently active. To change the input mode INDICATOR INPUT MODE 1. In text messaging mode, press and hold Multipress text input mode, lowercase Multipress text input mode, smart case 2. Select the input mode and press . The status indicator for the selected input Multipress text input mode, caps lock AB C mode appears at the top right corner of the...
Chapter 7 Using Multipress mode Multipress mode allows you to enter text by pressing the assigned key once, twice quickly, or so until your desired character appears. For example, to enter the letters P, Q, R, or S, you use the 7 key Press once for P, twice for Q, three times for R, and four times for S. The letter entered most recently is underlined until you have completed the keypresses for the letter and moved on to the next letter. In Multipress mode, you can lock in a letter in several ways: press the Right navigation key, press the space key , or pause and enter the next letter. To Change the Multipress time out On the Home screen, press Start > Settings > More > Accessibility. In Multipress time out, select the length of the pause between key presses. Using T9 mode To form a word in T� mode, press the numeric keys that contain the letters you want. As you enter letters, T9 analyzes your keypresses and attempts to complete the word. For example, to enter the word “today”, press 8 To enter text in T9 mode 1. Press and hold * and select T9. The T� indicator appears at the top of the screen.
Chapter 7 NOTE Press # to enter a space after the word as entered, or select one of the available words, and the space is added automatically. If you do not see the desired word, select Add Word? from the list, and press . Press Done to add the word to your text and save it in the phone´s dictionary, or Cancel to add the word to your text without saving it. Using Numeric mode To enter numbers, use Numeric mode. If you need to enter a number within a line of text, change to Numeric mode to enter the number, and then change back to Multipress or T9 mode to finish entering the text. 1. If necessary, change to Numeric mode by pressing and holding * 2. Enter the number or numbers you want using the keypad. �. Change back to Multipress or T� input mode by pressing and holding * , and then finish entering your text. NOTE If a field permits a numeric entry only, such as a phone number, the input mode automatically defaults to Numeric mode.
Chapter 7 DO THIS Change between uppercase, Press the * key within a text input mode. The status indicator for the lowercase, and caps lock selected mode appears at the top right corner of the screen. Enter a space In Multipress or T� mode, press the # key. Enter punctuation in Multipress Press 1 repeatedly until you see the punctuation mark that you want. mode To see all of the available symbols, press and hold the # key. Enter punctuation in T� mode Press 1, and select from a list of common punctuation. Enter a symbol Press and hold the * key. Select Symbols to display the Symbol screen. Select the symbol you want and press Action. Enter the plus sign for international In a numeric entry field, press and hold the 0 key calls Start a new line In a multi-line text box such as the Notes area of a contact or a calendar appointment, press Action. This works in any input mode. Backspace and delete a single Press the Back key. character in any input mode. Backspace and delete an entire text Press and hold the Back key. or numeric field in any input mode.
Chapter 7 7-2 Setting up accounts Before you can send and receive e-mails, you need to set up an e-mail account that you have with an Internet service provider (ISP) or an account that you access using a VPN server connection (typically a work account). You can send e-mail messages by synchronizing or by connecting directly to an E- mail server through your Internet service provider or a corporate network. NOTE Before you set up e-mail on your Smartphone, you must have an Internet or e- mail account. To set up an e-mail account 1. On the Home screen, press Start > Messaging > Outlook E-mail. 2. Press Menu > Options > New Account. �. In Your Name, enter your display name for this account, and in E-mail address, enter the e-mail address for this account. �. Select Attempt to obtain e-mail settings from the Internet. Automatic setup attempts to download necessary e-mail server settings so that you do not need to enter them manually.
Chapter 7 7-3 Managing accounts DO THIS View a list of accounts On the Home screen, press Start > Messaging. A list of accounts is displayed with the number of unread messages in the Inbox of each account shown in parenthesis. Send/receive Internet e-mail On the Home screen, press Start > Messaging. Select the Internet e-mail account for which you want to send and receive messages and press Menu > messages Send/Receive. To stop this process, press Menu > Stop Send/Receive. Mark a folder for On the Home screen, press Start > Messaging > Outlook E-mail. Press synchronization Menu > Folders > Menu > Manage Folders. Select a folder to synchronize and press Sync. The next time you synchronize, the folder(s) that you marked on your Smartphone are synchronized with the corresponding folders in Outlook on your PC.
Chapter 7 7-4 Text and e-mail messages To compose and send a text or e-mail message 1. On the Home screen, press Start > Messaging. 2. Select Text Messages or an e-mail account and press or Select. �. Press New. �. In To, enter the mobile phone number or e-mail address of the person to which you want to send the message or press to select the person from your contacts. NOTE If you are sending a message to more than one recipient, separate them with a semicolon (;). You can only send text messages to contacts with a mobile phone number. 5. Press the Down navigation key, and enter your message. 6. When finished, press Send. NOTE If you are working offline, e-mail messages are saved to the ��utbox folder and sent the next time you connect.
Chapter 7 DO THIS While composing your message, press Menu > Insert > Picture. Insert a picture into an e-mail message Insert a voice recording into an While composing your message, press Menu > Insert > Voice Note. e-mail message Set the priority, security, and While composing your message, press Menu > Message Options. language of an e-mail message Cancel a message While composing your message, press Menu > Cancel Message. Save a message While composing your message, press Menu > Save to Drafts. Delete a message With the message you want to delete selected, press Menu > Delete. Move a message to another folder With the message you want to move selected, press Menu >...
Chapter 7 Synchronizing e-mail messages You can e-mail messages as part of the general synchronization process. You will need to enable mail synchronization in ActiveSync. For more information on enabling mail synchronization, see the ActiveSync online help on your PC. NOTE To connect directly to an e-mail server, see 4-6 Synchronizing with an Exchange Server. Managing folders Each Messaging account has a set of five folders: Deleted Items, Drafts, Inbox, ��utbox, and Sent Items. These folders store messages that you send and receive through the account. You can move a message to a different folder within the same account. DO THIS On the Home screen, press Start > Messaging. Select the account that View message folder contents you want to view. Press Menu > Folders and select the folder that you want to view. Moving a message to a different On the Home screen, press Start > Messaging. Select the account folder with the message that you want to move. Scroll to the message you want to move and press Menu > Move. Select the folder into which to move the message. Empty the Deleted Items folder On the Home screen, press Start >...
Chapter 7 7-5 MMS messaging MMS (Multimedia Messaging System) allows you to send text messages with multiple slides. Included on each slide can be a picture, video or audio, and/or text. MMS messages are sent by GPRS (General Packet Radio Service) to e-mail accounts or other MMS-enabled mobile devices. NOTE You need to subscribe to the GPRS and MMS services with your service provider before you can send and receive MMS messages. Ask your phone operator on how to activate the MMS feature. Only mobile phones with MMS feature can send/receive MMS messages. Depending on the service that you subscribe to, you may not be able to send and receive MMS messages to users using a different mobile phone network. Accessing MMS Do one of the following: • On the Home screen, press Start > Messaging > MMS. • After capturing a picture or video clip, press Menu > Send > MMS. Editing MMS settings On the MMS main screen, press Menu > Options > Account Options > MMS to open the Preferences screen and edit MMS settings. Select or clear check boxes according to your needs.
Chapter 7 Composing and sending an MMS message To compose and send an MMS message 1. On the Home screen, press Start > Messaging > MMS > New. 2. In the To: field, enter the mobile phone number or e-mail of your recipient. You can enter it using the keypad or press Menu > Add Recipient to select from your Contacts. If you have more than one recipient, separate them with semicommas. ��. In the Subject field, enter a subject for the message. �. Select the Insert Picture/Video box and press . All of your pictures and video clips will be displayed in thumbnail view. 5. Select a picture or video clip and press or Select. �. Select the Insert Audio box and press . All of your available audio clips will be displayed in thumbnail view.
Chapter 7 The following assumes that you are on the MMS message screen. DO THIS Copy the message to other Use the Up/Down navigation keys to scroll up to display the Cc recipients field.Enter the recipient‘s phone number or e-mail address or press to select a recipient from your Contacts list. Hide a recipient’s contact Use the Up/Down navigation keys to scroll up to display the Bcc information from other message field. Enter the recipient‘s phone number or e-mail address or press recipients to select a recipient from your Contacts list. Hide sender information Press Menu > MMS Settings > Send Options. Select the Hide Sender check box. Go to the next slide Press the Right navigation key. Go to the previous slide Press the Left navigation key. Press Menu > Template > Gallery to compose a message using a Create an MMS message from a template predefined template. Create an MMS message template Create a message or open an existing message, and press Menu > Template >...
Chapter 7 7-6 Using Pocket MSN Pocket MSN on your device is an instant messaging program that allows you to do the following: • See who among your contacts is online and chat with them by sending and receiving instant messages. • Access your hotmail account, if you have one, and send and receive emails. To use Pocket MSN, you must have a Passport to use the MSN Messenger Service. If you have a Hotmail® or MSN account, you already have a Passport. Once you have obtained either a Microsoft Passport or Microsoft Exchange account, you are ready to set up your account. Sign up for a Microsoft Passport account at http://www.passport.com. Get a free Microsoft Hotmail e-mail address at http://www.hotmail.com. Using MSN Messenger To sign in and out of MSN Messenger 1. On the Home screen, press Start >...