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    Handheld English EasyGuide LOOX T Series...

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    Are there..any technical problems or other questions that you need help with? Please contact: • our Hotline/Help Desk (see the enclosed Help Desk List or the Internet: "www.fujitsu-siemens.com/helpdesk" • Your sales partner • Your sales office Additional information is contained in the Help Desk list and the "Warranty" manual.

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    This manual was produced by Xerox Global Services Published by Fujitsu Siemens Computer GmbH Edition 2 October 2006 Order no.: A26391-K182-Z120-1-7619...

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    LOOX T Series EasyGuide Your Pocket LOOX... Important notes Equipment overview Getting started Making telephone calls with the Pocket PC Operating the Pocket PC Creating messages Using the Internet Using GPS functions Using the camera (optional) Working with data Security functions Connecting and networking the Pocket PC with other devices Energy saving functions...

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    All other trademarks referenced are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners, whose protected rights are acknowledged. Copyright © Fujitsu Siemens Computers GmbH 2006 All rights reserved, including rights of translation, reproduction by printing, copying or similar methods, in part or in whole.

  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Contents Contents Your Pocket LOOX..............Notational conventions .

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    Contents Ending a call ................29 Displaying missed calls .

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    Contents Removing the expansion card ............50 Using the Pocket PC as a USB Host device .

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    Contents Activating and deactivating radio modules ..........70 Wireless connection via Wireless LAN .

  • Page 11: Your Pocket Loox

    Your Pocket LOOX... Your Pocket LOOX..is the first integrated Pocket PC from Fujitsu Siemens Computers which combines a GSM/UMTS mobile phone with an innovative and high-performance handheld and a GPS navigation system. With Bluetooth and wireless LAN you can establish a connection to other devices at the office and away from it without bothersome cables.

  • Page 12: Notational Conventions

    • cross-references to another section, e.g. "Safety information" • Cross-references to an external source, such as a web address: "www.fujitsu-siemens.com" For further information visit • Names of hard disks, CDs, DVDs and names and titles of other materials, e.g.: "CD Drivers & Utilities" or "Security" manual refers to a key on the keyboard, e.g.:...

  • Page 13: Important Notes

    Important notes Important notes This chapter contains safety notes and important information you must observe when using your Pocket PC. This Pocket PC complies with the relevant safety regulations for IT equipment. If you have questions as to whether you can set up and operate the Pocket PC in the intended environment, please contact your sales point or our hotline/help desk.

  • Page 14: Equipment Overview

    Equipment overview Equipment overview Mini USB port Microphone End button Answer button Overview Hardware, overview Controls Ports Status indicators GSM port Power indicator Navigation key Application button Application button Application button 3-way scroll button Application button Display Voice notes VGA camera SD slot 2 megapixel autofocus camera Radio indicator...

  • Page 15: Indicators (leds) And Status Indicators In The Display

    Equipment overview Indicators (LEDs) and status indicators in the display Your Pocket-PC has two flashing indicators (LEDs) on the casing which light up in different colours, as well as various status indicators in the title bar of the display which will provide you with information about the current status of your device.

  • Page 16: Status Indicators On The Display

    Equipment overview Status indicators on the display The most important status indicators are shown below: on-screen on-screen Meaning Meaning display display New e-mail, SMS or No signal Incoming telephone call GPRS available Active telephone call Establishing connection Active data connection UMTS available Call forwarding Roaming...

  • Page 17: Using The Operating Elements

    Equipment overview Using the operating elements operating elements Your Pocket PC offers various operating elements • Keyboard with integrated number block • Pen and display • Online buttons for telephony • 3-way scroll button • Navigation key, application buttons and softkey buttons •...

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    Equipment overview Function Tab key The Tab key moves the cursor to the next tab stop. The Start key opens the Windows Start menu. Start key OK key Closes the active window. Spacebar Inserts a space. Symbol key Pressing the button once Replaces the current character with a related character with an accent, e.g.

  • Page 19: Key Combinations (short Cuts)

    Equipment overview Key combinations (short cuts) Key combinations are entered as follows: ► Press and hold the first key in the combination. ► While holding the first key down, press the second key in the combination. Key combination Function FN + navigation key down Scroll down FN + navigation key up Scroll up...

  • Page 20: Using The 3-way Scroll Button And The Navigation Key

    Equipment overview Using the 3-way scroll button and the navigation key 3-way scroll button 3-way scroll button Navigation key With the scroll button you can scroll up or down and forward or backward (1, 2) within the menu or application. You activate menu entries by pressing the middle scroll button (3). When you are in the Phone application you can use the 3-way scroll button to adjust the phone volume and to switch off the ring tone.

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    Equipment overview Navigation key The way in which the navigation key (1) works depends on the application you are in. In some applications you scroll line-by-line up, down, left or right in a menu. To activate menu items press the middle of the navigation key. By contrast, in other applications – e.g.

  • Page 22: Using The Application Buttons And The Softkey Buttons

    Equipment overview Using the application buttons and the softkey buttons Application buttons Softkey buttons Using the application buttons and the appropriate presets (see "Configuring the application buttons", Page 14) it is possible to open your preferred programs and applications directly from standby mode or from within an application. As the application buttons react differently dependin on how long they are pressed, you can assign a total of eight different programs or applications to the application buttons.

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    Equipment overview Button Allocated function when pressed Allocated function when held down once End button • During an active call: ends the • During a call: ends the call call • Otherwise: the Profiles menu is • For an incoming call: refuses the displayed.

  • Page 24: Using The On-screen Keyboard

    Equipment overview Configuring the application buttons You can also assign other applications or functions to the preselected application buttons. ► Select Start – Settings – Personal – Buttons. ► Tap the corresponding button in the selection list with the pen. ►...

  • Page 25: Software Overview

    Equipment overview Software overview Software Overview The following table provides an overview of the most important programs which are already installed on your Pocket PC and where you can find information on using these programs. Software Used for Operating information Phone application with video Help file on Pocket PC Phone...

  • Page 26: Accessories

    We offer a range of accessories to make it easier and more convenient to work with your Pocket PC. Information on additional accessories for your Pocket PC can be found on our website at "www.fujitsu siemens.com/accessories". Below you will find a short description of the specific accessories for your Pocket PC.

  • Page 27: Getting Started

    Getting started Getting started Getting started It will only take a few moments to have your Pocket PC up and running, ready for use. The steps you will need to work through include: • checking the contents of the package •...

  • Page 28: Installing The Battery And The (optional) Sim Card

    Getting started Installing the battery and the (optional) SIM card Preparing for use Battery You can use your Pocket PC in two different modes of operation: • without a SIM card: no telephony functions available • with a SIM card: telephony functions are available The SIM card is provided by your telephone network operator.

  • Page 29: Connecting The Mains Adapter And Charging The Battery

    Getting started Connecting the mains adapter and charg- ing the battery Preparation for use Mains adapter Pay attention to the relevant safety notes provided in the "Important notes" chapter. Information on connecting the mains adapter and charging the battery can be found in the "Operating the Pocket PC", Page 39 chapter in the section...

  • Page 30: Entering A Pin (optional)

    Getting started Entering a PIN (optional) If you are using a SIM card you will be asked to enter your PIN once the calibration process is finished. ► Enter your PIN. Familiarising yourself with the basic oper- ation of the device The operating system provides a brief introduction on how to use the Pocket PC with the pen after initial start-up.

  • Page 31: User Data Dialogue

    Getting started User data dialogue If additional data is required in order to establish the connection to the required target network, e.g. GSM, VPN, WLAN, WPA, PEAP, then these will be requested after the "Connect" softkey has been pressed and before the actual connection is established. This may be the sort of data given below depending on the type of connection: •...

  • Page 32: Data Synchronisation

    Getting started Data synchronisation Exchange Server Two data synchronisation methods are available: • Exchange Server • ActiveSync Data synchronisation via Exchange Server Exchange Server Exchange Server allows you to synchronise data with a server directly via WLAN or GPRS. Configuring Exchange Server ►...

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    Getting started Installing ActiveSync on your computer Installing ActiveSync Creating ActiveSync partnership You will find the ActiveSync program and the necessary driver on the sup- plied Microsoft Getting Started CD. ► Insert the Microsoft Getting Started CD into your computer’s optical drive. The ActiveSync installation program will start automatically.

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    Getting started Connecting your Pocket PC to a computer Pocket PC ► Switch the computer on. ► Connect the USB cable to your Pocket PC (1) and to one of the USB ports (2) of your computer. The Pocket PC is now connected to your computer. The ActiveSync partnership is established between your Pocket PC and computer, and the data are synchronised.

  • Page 35: Using The Cradle

    Getting started Using the cradle Using the cradle With the cradle you can charge the battery in the Pocket PC and/or synchronise data between the Pocket PC and a computer. The cradle has two mini USB ports: one port for data synchronisation and one port for the mains adapter.

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    Getting started Using the cradle for data synchronisation Before synchronising data between your Pocket PC and computer for the first time you will need to install the ActiveSync software on your computer (see "Installing ActiveSync on your computer"). Data synchronisation ►...

  • Page 37: Using The Online Help

    Getting started Using the online help Online help Your Pocket PC comes with a detailed online help function. You can call up the online help directly or context-sensitively from an application. Starting the online help independently of an application: ► Click on Start – Help. The Help window opens.

  • Page 38: Making Telephone Calls With The Pocket Pc

    Making telephone calls with the Pocket PC Making telephone calls with the Pocket PC Telephone functions Telephone Your Pocket PC is equipped with all of the functions of a modern mobile telephone. If you have a SIM card from a telephone network operator you can use it. Without a SIM card you will only be able to make calls to the emergency services.

  • Page 39: Making Emergency Calls

    Making telephone calls with the Pocket PC Making emergency calls Emergency call You can make emergency calls with your Pocket PC even if you do not have a SIM card and without entering the PIN or a password. ► Enter the emergency call number directly. If your PIN starts with the same numbers as an emergency number (e.g.

  • Page 40: Using Voice Dialling (voice Commander)

    Making telephone calls with the Pocket PC Using voice dialling (Voice Commander) Voice Commander Voice dialling With the aid of the Voice Commander speech recognition application you can save a voice identifier for each of your contacts. Once this has been set up, you only need to say the voice identifier in the Voice Commander application and your Pocket PC will automatically dial the contact’s number.

  • Page 41: Using The Hands-free Function

    Making telephone calls with the Pocket PC Using the hands-free function Hands-free function With the aid of the hands-free function you can make calls via the loudspeaker without having to hold the telephone to your ear. In the process, the loudspeaker volume and the microphone sensitivity are significantly increased.

  • Page 42: Holding A Call

    Making telephone calls with the Pocket PC Holding a call Call Hold This function allows you to put a call on hold without disconnecting it. In this case the person at the other end of the line will hear music while he or she is on hold. In the mean time you can for example dial a second telephone number and set up a second telephone connection.

  • Page 43: Making Video Phone Calls (optional)

    Making telephone calls with the Pocket PC Making video phone calls (optional) Video phone calls Depending on the equipment level, your Pocket PC is supplied with a camera which enables you to make video phone calls. Video phone calls are also possible if the person receiving the call has video functionality without the corresponding camera.

  • Page 44: Further Options For Video Phone Calls

    Making telephone calls with the Pocket PC Further options for video phone calls Further video telephony options are available in the Phone window: Option Meaning Interrupts the video transmission without terminating the video phone call. Mutes the microphone. Switches between the cameras. By default the camera on the front of the device is used for video phone calls.

  • Page 45: Managing Contacts

    Making telephone calls with the Pocket PC Managing contacts Contacts Directory The Pocket PC offers you two ways to save contact details: • use the "Contacts" application to save the contact details directly onto your Pocket PC. • Store the contact details on the SIM card (optional) The "Contacts"...

  • Page 46: Displaying Services On The Sim Card (network Provider Specific)

    Making telephone calls with the Pocket PC Displaying services on the SIM card (network provider specific) With the aid of the "SIM Toolkit" application you can also display the services, e.g. Info-Services, made available by your telephone network provider via your SIM card. ►...

  • Page 47: Selecting A Network

    Making telephone calls with the Pocket PC Detailed information on the configuration of phone settings can be found in the help file on your Pocket PC. Selecting a network Selecting the phone network Network If you use more than one network you can define one of the networks as your preferred network. ►...

  • Page 48: Setting Up The Sms Service Centre

    Making telephone calls with the Pocket PC Setting up the SMS Service Centre SMS Service Centre number SMS Service Centre The number of your SMS Service Centre is provided by your phone network provider and may already be preset. ► Click on Start – Settings – Personal – Phone – Services. ►...

  • Page 49: Operating The Pocket Pc

    Operating the Pocket PC Operating the Pocket PC Pocket -PC This chapter contains descriptions of the operating elements of your Pocket PC as well as information about how to use it. Please refer to the notes in the chapter "Important notes", Page A26391-K182-Z120-1-7619, edition 2...

  • Page 50: Using Your Pocket Pc's Profiles

    Operating the Pocket PC Using your Pocket PC’s profiles Profiles Visual indicators Volume Modes Default profiles provide convenient access to frequently used system settings, tailored to the particular way in which you are using the device. With the aid of these profiles you can control power consumption or the radio modules of your device.

  • Page 51: Configuring Profiles

    Operating the Pocket PC Configuring profiles Profiles ► In the Today screen, press and hold the End button. The profile list is displayed. ► Use the navigation key to select the desired profile. ► Select Menu – Edit. ► Enter the settings for the profile and confirm with OK. The new profile settings are saved.

  • Page 52: Switching The Pocket Pc Off And On During Normal Use (standby Mode)

    Operating the Pocket PC Switching the Pocket PC off and on during nor- mal use (Standby mode) Standby mode Switching the Pocket PC to Standby mode End button ► From the Today screen, press the End button once. The Pocket PC is switched to Standby mode. If you have specified a switch-off time in the system settings, your Pocket PC will automatically switch to Standby mode after this specified time.

  • Page 53: Resetting The Pocket-pc

    Operating the Pocket PC Resetting the Pocket-PC Pocket-PC Resetting Soft reset (warm start) Soft reset Warm restart After certain applications or the installation of new programs, it may be necessary to restart the Pocket PC with a soft reset. Unsaved data will be lost. Shut down all programs before you restart the Pocket-PC. ►...

  • Page 54: Cold Starting And Restoring Factory Default Settings

    Operating the Pocket PC Cold starting and restoring factory default settings Restoring Cold start Factory default settings If your Pocket PC stops working and switching off and on with the End button and the soft reset is unsuccessful, you can perform a cold start with your Pocket PC or restore the factory default settings. Unsaved data will be lost.

  • Page 55: Out And About With The Pocket Pc

    Operating the Pocket PC Out and about with the Pocket PC Please observe the following information when you are out and about with your Pocket PC. Transporting the Pocket PC Pocket PC Transport ► Switch the Pocket PC off. ► Disconnect the cables from the Pocket PC. ►...

  • Page 56: Charging The Battery

    Operating the Pocket PC Charging the battery Battery Your Pocket PC is equipped with a powerful battery. When you’re on the road, your Pocket PC is powered by the built-in battery. The battery is not charged on delivery and should be charged prior to the first mobile use. You have three ways of recharging the battery: •...

  • Page 57: Charging The Battery Directly Via The Mains Adapter

    Operating the Pocket PC Charging the battery directly via the mains adapter Battery You can connect the mains adapter directly to the Pocket PC. ► Push the matching mains adapter plug into the mains adapter in the direction of the arrow until it engages. ►...

  • Page 58: Charging The Battery Via The Cradle

    Operating the Pocket PC Charging the battery via the cradle Battery Mains adapter You can connect the mains adapter to the cradle: ► Connect the mains adapter cable to the charging device port on the cradle (1). ► Plug the mains adapter into a mains outlet (2). ►...

  • Page 59: Inserting And Removing An Expansion Card

    Operating the Pocket PC Inserting and removing an expansion card Expansion card There is a slot available for an expansion card of the type "Secure Digital I/O" or "MultiMediaCard". Observe the manufacturer’s instructions when using the expansion cards. Never use force when inserting or removing an expansion card. Make sure that no foreign objects enter the slot.

  • Page 60: Removing The Expansion Card

    Operating the Pocket PC Removing the expansion card Expansion card ► Press on the edge of the expansion card so that the expansion card pro- trudes slightly from the slot (1). ► Slide the expansion card out of the Pocket PC (2). ►...

  • Page 61: Using The Pocket Pc As A Usb Host Device

    USB devices, such as a MEMORYBIRD, to the Pocket PC. You can connect USB devices from Fujitsu Siemens Computers (e.g. MEMORYBIRD or STORAGEBIRD) immediately. If you want to connect other USB devices, ask your dealer whether you will need to install corresponding drivers first.

  • Page 62: Customising Menus

    Operating the Pocket PC Customising menus Menu Frequently used programs appear in the Start menu. You can adapt the Start menu to meet your needs. ► Tap on the Menus symbol under Start – Settings – Personal. A list of programs/applications appears. To remove programs from the Start menu, click the program’s checkbox.

  • Page 63: Creating Messages

    Creating messages Creating messages Messages Just like any other mobile phone, you can use your Pocket PC to send SMS and MMS messages as well as e-mails. Incoming messages are indicated by the LEDs (see "Indicators (LEDs) and status indicators in the display", Page 5), a message on the screen and, depending on the device settings, either a signal tone or vibrating alarm.

  • Page 64: Sms

    Creating messages You can also use your Pocket PC to create SMS text messages in exactly the same way as a normal mobile phone. Each SMS can contain a maximum of 160 characters. Creating and sending SMS ► Click on Start – Messaging. ►...

  • Page 65: Configuring The Mms Application

    Creating messages Configuring the MMS application In order to configure your MMS application, you will need to define your MMS connection and an MMS profile. Configuring the MMS connection ► Click on Start – Settings. ► Select the Connections tab. ►...

  • Page 66: E-mail

    Creating messages Creating and sending MMS messages ► Click on Start – Messaging. ► Click on the Inbox dropdown menu. ► Tap on the MMS account. ► Select New. The window with the new MMS is opened. ► Enter the addressee and the subject of the MMS. ►...

  • Page 67: Setting Up An E-mail Account For The Vpn Corporate Network

    Creating messages Setting up an e-mail account for the VPN corporate network E-mail Your ISP or administrator will generally be able to provide you with the data for your e-mail account. ► Select Start – Programs – ActiveSync. The ActiveSync window will open. ►...

  • Page 68: Downloading E-mails From A Server (e-mail Pull)

    Creating messages Downloading e-mails from a server (e-mail pull) E-mail pull The process for downloading e-mails from a server depends on your e-mail account: • If you have an Outlook e-mail account, then you can transfer your e-mails via ActiveSync to your handheld device –...

  • Page 69: Receiving E-mails And Other Data Automatically In Real-time (e-mail Push)

    Creating messages Receiving e-mails and other data automatically in real-time (e-mail push) E-mail push If you have a data connection to a mobile network provider (GPRS/UMTS) for your Pocket PC then your e-mails, calendar data, contact data, tasks etc. can be delivered from the network to your Pocket PC in real-time via e-mail push.

  • Page 70: Using The Internet

    Using the Internet Using the Internet Internet Internet Explorer In order to use the Internet you will need to have Internet access via an ISP or on a VPN corporate network (Virtual Private Network). In some cases your Internet access may already be pre-configured on your device. If this is the case, all you need to do is to launch Internet Explorer –...

  • Page 71: Using Gps Functions

    Using GPS functions Using GPS functions With a GPS receiver and navigation software you can use the Pocket PC as a navigation system. Depending on the equipment, the GPS receiver is either integrated or available as an external accessory. Map materials for your Pocket PC are available from retailers on DVD or on memory cards or via an online shop.

  • Page 72: Using The Camera (optional)

    Using the camera (optional) Using the camera (optional) Camera Depending on its equipment level, your Pocket PC will come with two integrated cameras: one VGA camera on the front and one 2 megapixel autofocus camera on the back of the device (resolution: 1600 x 1200). You can use the VGA camera for video telephone calls –...

  • Page 73: Recording A Video Sequence

    Using the camera (optional) Recording a video sequence Camera This will open the Pictures & Videos application. ► SelectCamera. ► Tap the Camera symbol. The camera window opens. ► Select Menu – Video. The camera is switched to video mode. ►...

  • Page 74: Configuring The Camera And Video Settings

    Using the camera (optional) Configuring the camera and video settings Camera Further options for using the camera are available from the menu whenever camera mode or video mode is active. Camera settings Option Meaning This option switches the camera to video mode. Video Call With this option you can choose between different recording modes: Mode...

  • Page 75: Working With Data

    Working with data Working with data Windows Media Player Programs Windows Media Player Programs PDF files PDF Viewer You can play back various audio and video formats on your Pocket PC using Windows Media Player: File type Formats Audio WMA, MP3, WAV Video Call WMV, MPEG4 You can find detailed information on how to use the Windows Media...

  • Page 76: Uninstalling Java Applications

    Working with data Uninstalling Java applications ► Select Start – Programs – JBlend. The program and the available Java applications are displayed. ► Select the Java application you wish to uninstall. ► Select Menu – Delete. You will be asked if you wish to uninstall the Java application. ►...

  • Page 77: Security Functions

    Security functions Security functions Security Your Pocket PC can be protected or locked in several ways: Lock Meaning Password protection For password protection provided by the Microsoft Windows 5.0 Phone Edition operating system, see "Password protection", Page Password protection is lost if the device’s the factory settings are restored.

  • Page 78: Device Lock (key And Display Lock)

    Security functions Device lock (key and display lock) Device lock With the device lock (key and display lock) you can lock the following elements and functions of the device during active operation in order to prevent accidental inputs: • Application buttons •...

  • Page 79: Fsc Securelock (optional)

    Security functions FSC SecureLock (optional) FSC SecureLock To protect your Pocket PC and your data from unauthorised access by third parties, you can protect it with a password. ► Tap on Start - Settings - System - Secure Lock. ► Activate the Theft protection control box. ►...

  • Page 80: Connecting And Networking The Pocket Pc With Other Devices

    Connecting and networking the Pocket PC with other devices Connecting and networking the Pocket PC with other devices Pocket PC: networking Pocket PC: connecting with other devices The Pocket PC offers a wide range of ways to exchange data with other devices or to work in a network. In addition, the wireless LAN (optional) and Bluetooth (optional) radio modules are available for wireless communication.

  • Page 81: Wireless Communication With Bluetooth

    Connecting and networking the Pocket PC with other devices Wireless communication with Bluetooth Wireless data transmission Data transmission Bluetooth If your Pocket PC has an integrated Bluetooth module you can communicate wirelessly with other Bluetooth devices, e.g. with another Pocket PC, a computer or a mobile phone. You can establish Bluetooth connections via the BT Manager.

  • Page 82: Energy Saving Functions

    Energy saving functions Energy saving functions Optimising energy management The Pocket PC uses less power when the energy saving functions are enabled. This means you can work with the Pocket PC for longer before having to recharge the battery. General information on energy management The battery operating time depends greatly on the applications used.

  • Page 83: Configuring Backlight

    Energy saving functions Configuring backlight Backlight You can adjust the backlight on your Pocket PC to make it darker or brighter. Reduce the display brightness to save energy. ► Click on Start – Settings – System – Backlight – Brightness. ►...

  • Page 84: Switching Off The Sound And Setting The Volume

    Energy saving functions Switching off the sound and setting the volume Sound ► Tap on the loudspeaker symbol in the title bar. A popup window for the loudspeaker settings appears. ► Set the desired volume on the slide control with the stylus. ►...

  • Page 85: Wireless Connection Via Wireless Lan

    Energy saving functions Wireless connection via Wireless LAN Wireless LAN WLAN Wireless data transmission Data transmission Your Pocket PC is equipped with an integrated wireless LAN. Information on this topic is provided in the help file on your Pocket PC. You can establish WLAN connections using the CONNECTMOBILITY-E2C software.

  • Page 86: Troubleshooting And Tips

    Troubleshooting and tips Troubleshooting and tips Troubleshooting Tips Troubleshooting Troubleshooting If a fault occurs in your Pocket PC, try to fix it with the measures described in this chapter. If you fail to correct the problem, proceed as follows: ► Make a note of the steps and the circumstances that led to the fault. Also make a note of any error messages displayed.

  • Page 87: The Pocket Pc Switches Off

    Troubleshooting and tips The Pocket PC switches off Pocket-PC: switches off automatically Cause Troubleshooting The battery is flat. ► Connect the power adapter to the Pocket PC to charge the battery. ► Connect the power adapter to the cradle and insert the Pocket PC into the cradle to charge the battery.

  • Page 88: The Battery Discharges Too Quickly

    Troubleshooting and tips The battery discharges too quickly Battery Cause Troubleshooting The battery is either too hot or too ► Bring the Pocket PC up / down to a normal temperature cold. again. If the battery operating time is extremely short, the battery is probably too old and should be replaced.

  • Page 89: Contact With Hotline/help Desk

    • Your IMEI number. The Fujitsu Siemens Computers hotline or help desk requires the device information for your Pocket PC in order to process your problem. You can find this information directly on your device: Calling up the IMEI number...

  • Page 90: Technical Data

    Technical data Technical data Technical data Data General Pocket LOOX T810 Pocket LOOX T830 Processor Intel® PXA270 416 MHz Intel® PXA270 416 MHz based on Intel® XScale™ based on Intel® XScale™ micro-architecture micro-architecture Memory System memory (RAM): 64 MB System memory (RAM): 64 MB...

  • Page 91: Battery (li-ion)

    Technical data Baseband Pocket LOOX T810 Pocket LOOX T830 UMTS/GSM/GPRS Baseband EMP U250 EMP U250 GSM 900/180/1900 GSM 900/180/1900 UMTS 2100 UMTS 2100 Environmental conditions Pocket LOOX T810 Pocket LOOX T830 Environment class 7K1/7K2 IN IEC 721 EN 60721 DIN IEC 721 EN 60721...

  • Page 92: Manufacturer's Notes

    Manufacturer’s notes Environmental protection Fujitsu Siemens Computers has defined standards for environmentally friendly product design in a guideline that is applicable throughout the company. Ecological product requirements are continuously implemented by the binding application of these internal guidelines. The main points are: •...

  • Page 93: Ce Marking

    CE compliance of this device is valid only if powered by a CE-marked AC Adapter provided by Fujitsu Siemens Computers. Compliance with these directives implies conformity with the following European Norms (the equivalent international standards and regulations are given in brackets): •...

  • Page 94: Information On Exposure/specific Absorption Rate (sar)

    The SAR value for this device is also available on the Internet by searching for "QQXUPX001" at "www.fcc.gov/oet/fccid". Even if the SAR value differs depending on the device and the position used, all Fujitsu Siemens Computers devices comply with the legal requirements. A26391-K182-Z120-1-7619, edition 2...

  • Page 95: Fcc Regulations

    Manufacturer’s notes FCC Regulations This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. This device has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.

  • Page 96: Rf Exposure Information (sar)

    Manufacturer’s notes RF Exposure Information (SAR) This device meets the government’s requirements for exposure to radio waves. This device is designed and manufactured not to exceed the emission limits for exposure to radio frequency (RF) energy set by the Federal Communications Commission of the U.S. Government. The exposure standard for wireless devices employs a unit of measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate, or SAR.

  • Page 97: Index

    Index Index 2 megapixel autofocus camera 4 recording videos 63 Settings 64 3-way scroll button 4 using 10 taking pictures 62 using 62 Cleaning 45 Cold start 44 Accessories 16 Complete Off 42 ActiveSync Conference call 32 data synchronisation 23 Configuring Alarms Phone settings 36...

  • Page 98

    Index Bluetooth 5 E-mail pull 58 E-mail push 59 GPS 5 message 5 device behaviour 73 Emergency call 29 Information End button 4 cleaning 45 Installation, new software 76 does not respond 78 switching off 42 Installing ActiveSync 23 switching on 42 Internet Energy saving functions 72 CONNECTMOBILITY-E2C 20...

  • Page 99

    Index Power indicator 4–5 Notes Safety 3 Preparation for use basic operation 20 connecting the mains adapter 19 first start-up 19 On-screen keyboard screen 19 using 14 Today screen 20 Online buttons for telephony Preparing for use using 9 inserting the battery 18 Online help Profiles 40 using 27...

  • Page 100

    Index Transport 45 Software new installation 76 Troubleshooting 76 overview 15 Sound switching off 74 USB data transfer 51 Speed dialling 30 USB Host Standby mode 42 using Pocket PC as a USB Host 51 Status Using the cradle 25 battery charge level 5 message 5 Status indicators 4...

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