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Toshiba G500 User Manual

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  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Licenses 11 Declaration of conformity 13 Care and maintenance 14 Care and maintenance 14 Restarting your Toshiba phone 15 Hard resetting your Toshiba phone 15 Safety instructions 16 Wireless LAN security 16 Bluetooth security 16 FCC notice 16 Information to user 17...
  • Page 3 Table of contents Text Input 54 Input methods 54 Method indicators 54 Multi-press mode 54 XT9 mode 55 Numeric mode 55 Settings 56 Customizing your Home screen 56 Sounds 56 Profiles 57 Clock & alarm settings 58 Owner information 58 Changing accessibility settings 58 Changing regional settings 59 Changing power management settings...
  • Page 4 Table of contents Connectivity 66 Automatic set up of your data connections 66 Manual set up of your data connections Bluetooth 70 Beams 73 Checking for a Wireless LAN signal 74 Wireless Manager 74 USB to PC 76...
  • Page 5 Table of contents Applications & Multimedia 77 Internet Explorer 77 Tasks 78 Windows Media 80 Calendar 84 Messaging 86 Contacts 86 ActiveSync 88 Call History 88 Settings 88 Games 89 Voice Notes 89 Pictures & Videos 89 Accessories 93 Internet Sharing 93 File Explorer 94 FingerLaunch 94 GoldKey 95...
  • Page 6 Table of contents Health and safety 110 General 110 Operating environment 111 Electronic devices 112 Battery safety 112 AC adapter and cable safety 113 Emergency calls 114 FCC RF exposure information 114 European RF Exposure Information 115 Purchase record 117 Menu Tree 118 Index 119...
  • Page 7: Network Services

    Network Services To use your Toshiba phone you must have service from a wireless service provider. Many of the features Network Services in your Toshiba phone depend on features in the wireless network to function. These Network Services may not be available on all networks or you may have to make specific arrangements with your service provider before you can utilise Network Services.
  • Page 8: Toshiba Corporation

    This End User License Agreement ("EULA") is a legal agreement between you (as the user) and TOSHIBA CORPORATION ("Toshiba") with regard to the copyrighted software installed in a Toshiba 3G mobile phone supplied to you (the "Phone"). Use or employment of any software installed in the Phone and related documentations (the "Software")
  • Page 9 Toshiba. 4. LIMITED WARRANTY. Only during the warranty period for the Phone, Toshiba, Toshiba's affiliate, its suppliers or its authorized service company will repair or replace, at Toshiba's sole discretion, defective Software unless such defect results from acts or incidences beyond the reasonable control of Toshiba.
  • Page 10 8. Third Party Beneficiary. You agree that certain suppliers of the Software to Toshiba have a right as a third party beneficiary to enforce the terms of this EULA against you as a user.
  • Page 11: Eu Warranty

    Toshiba Corporation EU Warranty Your Toshiba phone contains no user serviceable parts. For further information on service please contact your retailer or service provider.
  • Page 12: Licenses

    Licenses Licensed by QUALCOMM Incorporated under one Licenses Licenses or more of the following United States Patents and/ or their counterparts in other nations: 4,901,307 5,504,773 5,109,390 5,535,239 5,267,262 5,600,754 5,416,797 5,778,338 5,490,165 5,101,501 5,511,073 5,267,261 5,568,483 5,414,796 5,659,569 5,056,109 5,506,865 5,228,054 5,544,196 5,337,338 5,657,420 5,710,784 XT9 is trademark of Tegic Communications, Inc.
  • Page 13 Licenses Wi-Fi CERTIFIED is a Certification Mark of the Wi-Fi Alliance Picsel, Picsel Powered, Picsel Viewer, Picsel File Viewer, Picsel Document Viewer, Picsel PDF Viewer and the Picsel cube logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Picsel Technologies and/ or its affiliates. ArcSoft and the ArcSoft logo are registered trademarks of ArcSoft, Inc.
  • Page 14: Declaration Of Conformity

    Declaration of conformity Toshiba Court, Addlestone Road, Weybridge, KT15 2UL declare under our sole responsibility that this product (Portégé G500, Type (Model) Name RG4 - E01) is in conformity with the following standards and/ or other normative documents: 3GPP TS 51.010-1, 3GPP TS 34.121, EN 301 489-1, EN 301 489-7, EN 301-489-24, EN 300 328, EN 301 489-17, EN 60950 and EN 50360 We hereby declare that all essential radio test suites, EMC &...
  • Page 15: Care And Maintenance

    • Do not use or store your Toshiba phone in dusty or dirty locations as the moving parts of the phone can be damaged.
  • Page 16: Restarting Your Toshiba Phone

    Care and maintenance • If your Toshiba phone has a flash unit, do not operate the flash too close to a person’s eyes - this may cause damage to their eyes. • Interference may affect the performance of your Toshiba phone. This is normal and the phone should operate as usual once you move away from the source of the interference.
  • Page 17: Safety Instructions

    Without this security, your Toshiba phone carries the risk of unlawful access, wiretapping, and loss or destruction of data. You should set up your Toshiba phone to use the authentication and encryption features (WEP, WPA) in order to prevent such access.
  • Page 18: Information To User

    Safety instructions Information to user This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits of a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.
  • Page 19: Getting Started

    Getting Started Unpacking Getting Started Please ensure that the contents of your sales pack include: • Your Toshiba phone • AC adapter • AC cable • Battery pack • USB cable • Earphones • User guide • CD...
  • Page 20: Phone Layout And Functions

    Getting Started Phone layout and functions 1. Earpiece 2. Front camera 3. Main display 4. Side key - adjusts the volume. 5. Back/Delete key - returns to the previous screen or used to delete a text entry. 6. End key - ends calls/operations and returns to standby mode.
  • Page 21 Getting Started 17. Battery cover 18. Camera flash 19. Power key - turns power on/off. 20. Cover lock button - locks and unlocks battery cover. 21. Fingerprint sensor 22. Handstrap hole 23. Rear camera...
  • Page 22 Getting Started Home screen You can access the Home screen from any menu by pressing the Home key. Important information such as date, time, status indicators, appointments and profile are displayed on the Home screen. You can open a program directly by selecting the relevant icon and pressing the Action key.
  • Page 23: Display Indicators

    Getting Started Display indicators Slot Type Missed call icon Voice mail icons Notification icons Call forward icons Roaming icons Icon Description Missed call New Voicemail(s) New Voicemail(s) Voicemail on line1 Voicemail on line2 Voicemail on both lines New e-mail(s) or text message(s) New instant message(s) Incoming beam New OTA (OTA: Over The Air)
  • Page 24 Getting Started Slot Type Phone line icons Volume icons Radio signal icons Battery strength icons Text input mode (Only in Editor mode) Signal strength icons Icon Description 3G Roaming ALS 1 ALS 2 Vibrate Ringer Off Wi-Fi network in range Wi-Fi connected SP Battery level Battery alert...
  • Page 25 Getting Started Slot Type Icon Description EDGE in progress Radio No signal or Radio On Hold Radio off Radio no service Dialling Call on hold No SIM card installed...
  • Page 26: Minisd Card

    Getting Started Installing the SIM card, battery and miniSD card IMPORTANT: The SIM card is easily damaged by scratching and bending, so take care with handling it. • Press the Cover Lock button (1) down, lift the battery cover (2) upwards and remove the battery from the battery compartment.
  • Page 27 Getting Started • Insert the battery into the battery compartment • Gently click battery cover (2) into position. with the gold connectors facing downwards. Gently push down to snap into place.
  • Page 28 Getting Started • Slide the miniSD card into the miniSD slot (5). • To remove, press miniSD card inwards (5). The miniSD card will pop out (6).
  • Page 29: Charging The Battery

    2. .Connect your Toshiba phone to a PC with the USB cable. Ensure that your Toshiba phone is on before connecting it to your PC.
  • Page 30: Switching The Power On And Off

    2. If a PIN or security code is requested, enter the code. To switch your Toshiba phone off, press and hold down the Power key. NOTE: The PIN code activates the services in your Toshiba phone and should be provided in the documentation supplied by your service provider.
  • Page 31: Installing And Setting Up Activesync

    Getting Started You can connect to your Exchange server using a cellular connection, or you can connect your Toshiba phone to your PC as a way of connecting back to the Internet. Installing and setting up ActiveSync You can either install ActiveSync from your...
  • Page 32: Synchronizing Media

    2. To start synchronization, select Sync. 3. To stop synchronizing, select Stop. Synchronizing Media Your Toshiba phone can synchronize media from your PC, such as music and video files. This is described in detail in Applications & Multimedia. NOTE: You can only start/stop...
  • Page 33: Call Functions

    Making an emergency call You can make calls to emergency service numbers under almost any circumstances, even if you have locked your Toshiba phone or if you have not enabled your SIM. Making a call by entering a contact name 1.
  • Page 34: Creating A Speed Dial

    Call Functions Assigning the number You can assign a work phone number (w), mobile phone number (m) and a home phone number (h) to a contact. The mobile phone number is dialled by default, unless you expand the list and scroll down to the phone number required.
  • Page 35: Receiving A Call

    If the speed dial contains two digits, press the first digit, then press and hold the second digit. Your Toshiba phone dials the phone number, displays the new e-mail message, or opens the desired web page.
  • Page 36: In-Call Options

    Menu > Swap. Joining two or more calls together in a conference call 1. With two calls active on your Toshiba phone, one active and the other on hold, select Menu > Conference. The two calls will be joined together and each party will be able to hear the other.
  • Page 37: Special Dialling Requirements

    Call Functions Adding an additional party to the call 1. To add another party to the conference call, dial another person, again selecting Menu > Conference. Having a private conversation with a party 1. To do this you will need to split the conference call up.
  • Page 38: Video Telephony

    Call Functions Inserting an automatic pause in a dialling sequence Some international calls may require a pause in the dialling sequence. 1. From the Home screen, select Start > Contacts. 2. Select the contact number in which you want to insert a pause, and then select Menu >...
  • Page 39: Call History

    Call Functions Answering or ignoring a video call • To answer an incoming call with video enabled, select Answer. • To answer an incoming call with video blocked, press the Send key. An image will be sent according to the current Video Call Settings (refer to the Settings section for further information).
  • Page 40: Creating A Contact From Call History

    Call Functions Delete all items in Call History To delete all items in Call History, select Start > Call History > Menu > Delete List. Finding a contact from Call History 1. From the Home screen, select Start > Call History.
  • Page 41: Messaging

    • Text (SMS, Short Message Service) message • Outlook email • Multimedia message (MMS) You can also use the instant messaging application, MSN Messenger, from your Toshiba phone. This application enables online over-the-air chat, as well as providing access to your MSN Hotmail email account.
  • Page 42: Forwarding A Message

    Messaging 2. Press the Action key to check the Request message delivery notification box. 3. Select Done. Your request is sent to your Service Provider. Inserting predefined text into a message To save time when entering text, you can insert predefined text into a message: 1.
  • Page 43: Email

    Messaging Email Before you can send or receive emails, you need to set up an email account. Your Toshiba phone supports the following types of email accounts (all of which are covered in this section): • Internet email (POP3/IMAP) • Exchange server (Outlook)
  • Page 44 Action key to check the box, if you wish to save your password to your Toshiba phone. WARNING: If you save your password and then lose your Toshiba phone, you run the risk of someone else being able to access your email account.
  • Page 45 Action key to check the box, if you wish to save your password to your Toshiba phone. WARNING: If you save your password and then lose your Toshiba phone, you run the risk of someone else being able to access your email account.
  • Page 46: Create An Email Message

    One of the benefits of installing MSFP is the Server’s ability to send through new emails as they arrive to the Outlook client in your Toshiba phone. Once the ActiveSync completes successfully, select Start > Messaging > Outlook Email > Menu >...
  • Page 47: Email Message

    Messaging 7. Select Send. Email messages are stored in your Outbox and are sent to recipients the next time you synchronize or connect to your email server. TIP: You can quickly enter email addresses from your contact list. Whilst in the To field, press the Action key and select a recipient from the list.
  • Page 48: Sending And Receiving Email

    1. From the Home screen, select Start > Messaging. 2. Select the email account that you want to send and receive messages. 3. Select Menu > Send/Receive. Your Toshiba phone connects to your Internet email server and sends and receives your messages. Downloading a complete email message 1.
  • Page 49: Mms Messaging

    Menu > Insert > Picture. 2. Select the picture you want to add. NOTE: You can only view attachments for file types that are supported by your Toshiba phone. Digitally signing a message Digitally signing a message applies your certificate with the public key to the message.
  • Page 50: Creating An Mms

    Messaging An MMS can be made of many pages, also known as 'slides'. Each slide can hold an image, a sound and text, but you do not need to set all of these for each message. The maximum amount of content that can be sent in a message is set by your Service Provider.
  • Page 51: Mms Settings

    Send Options... and set all these options as required Receiving MMS messages Your Toshiba phone will alert you when a new MMS arrives. Depending on your settings, the MMS contents may download a few moments later when the message will be ready to view in your MMS Inbox.
  • Page 52: Setting Up A Data Connection

    Messaging Setting up the MMS account If your Toshiba phone has not been preconfigured, you will need to manually enter the details of the MMS account. This is a two-stage process: in the first stage you must set up the data connection, and in the second stage you must define the address of the MMS server on the Internet.
  • Page 53: Pocket Msn

    Messaging Pocket MSN Pocket MSN on your Toshiba phone provides almost instant access to your MSN Hotmail inbox, your MSN Messenger contacts list, and options for customizing your Pocket MSN experience. MSN Messenger is an instant messaging service hosted by MSN via the Internet. This service is currently free of charge.
  • Page 54 Passport Network credentials. After obtaining the credentials, complete the following tasks: 1. Set up a connection to the Internet with your Toshiba phone. 2. Set up an MSN Messenger account. 3. Sign in to MSN Messenger. To access MSN Messenger: 1.
  • Page 55: Text Input

    Text Input Input methods Text Input Your Toshiba phone has three text input methods: • Multi-press • XT9 • Numeric Multi-press and XT9 modes are used for text, and Numeric mode is used for number entry. Method indicators When you move the cursor into a field that requires you to enter text or numbers, it will auto-select an appropriate input method.
  • Page 56: Xt9 Mode

    Text Input XT9 mode The allows you to enter words with only one keystroke per letter. Every key has more than one letter assigned to it. For example, pressing the 3 key can enter the letters D, E or F. XT9 mode compares your preceding keystrokes with an internal dictionary to formulate the most likely word.
  • Page 57: Settings

    • A pre-packaged file that includes a picture, a colour scheme and a new layout (.hme TIP: You can copy an image to your Toshiba phone from your PC using ActiveSync. For best results, use images with the same screen resolution as your phone's screen resolution - 240 x 320 pixels.
  • Page 58: Profiles

    Specifying the sound for an event 1. From the Home screen, select Start > Settings > Sounds. 2. Select a sound, in an event. Your Toshiba phone plays each sound as you select it. Select None if you don't want to hear the sound.
  • Page 59: Clock & Alarm Settings

    4. Select Done. Owner information Entering owner information could allow someone to return your Toshiba phone to you if it becomes lost. 1. From the Home screen, select Start > Settings > More... > Owner Information. 2. Enter your name, alternative contact telephone number, e-mail address and any other necessary information in the fields provided.
  • Page 60: Changing Regional Settings

    3. Select Done. Security settings It is advisable to apply certain security features in the event that your Toshiba phone is lost or stolen. In addition, some security features can be applied to prevent unauthorised use. You can apply the following security: •...
  • Page 61: Locking The Keypad

    Locking the keypad Locking the keypad disables the keypad functionality. This is a helpful feature if, for example, your Toshiba phone is in your pocket and you want to prevent accidental keypresses. To lock the keypad: • From the Home screen, press and hold the Home key.
  • Page 62: Unlocking The Keypad

    Enabling the device lock This security measure complements the SIM PIN feature to provide additional security to your Toshiba phone. It means that the phone is protected from unauthorised use. To enable the device lock: 1. From the Home screen, select Start > Settings >...
  • Page 63: Phone Settings

    Busy - forwards calls when your line is busy. Unavailable - forwards calls when your Toshiba phone is off or out of service range. Data Calls - forwards all data calls. Fax Calls - forwards all fax calls. 3. Enter the forwarding phone number.
  • Page 64: Setting Call Waiting

    > Phone > Channels. 2. Choose the options you want, and select Done. Setting fixed dialling You can restrict your Toshiba phone to dial only the phone number(s) or area code(s) that you specify in a Fixed Dialling list. To set fixed dialling: 1.
  • Page 65: Removing Programs

    3. Select Menu > Remove. Error Reporting Turning Error Reporting on/off Error Reporting sends data from your Toshiba phone to technical support groups, who use the data to diagnose a program error for a device running Windows Mobile software. A text file is created whenever an error is detected, and can be delivered to support personnel if you choose to send it.
  • Page 66: Video Call Settings

    NOTE: If you activate the SIMLock, you will only be able to use the SIM card used when you activated SIMLock in your Toshiba phone. NOTE: To disable this feature, enter your 8 digit password and uncheck the Prompt if SIM unused for box.
  • Page 67: Connectivity

    Insert your SIM card and switch on your phone. You can find the shortcuts for the provisioning files in the Start menu of your Toshiba phone. They can be installed easily as follows: 1. Select Start > More > More. You find the required directory as the final icon.
  • Page 68 IP address - enter the Internet Protocol (IP) address for the device, if required. 3. Select Done. Your Toshiba phone uses this connection when you connect to the Internet. Creating a dial-up connection NOTE: Every network connection is different.
  • Page 69: Creating A Proxy Connection

    Depending on your Service Provider's configuration, you may need to add a proxy connection to allow your Toshiba phone to access the Internet or WAP services. Every network connection is different and your Service Provider will be able to advise if you need to create a proxy connection.
  • Page 70: Connecting To Intranet Urls

    Using a specific connection to connect to the chosen networks You must define a specific connection to the chosen networks, to connect your Toshiba phone to the correct access point for a particular data transfer type. To use a specific connection to connect to chosen networks: 1.
  • Page 71: Bluetooth

    Connectivity Bluetooth Bluetooth has three modes: Off, On and Visible. When Bluetooth is set to On, your Toshiba phone will be connected to the devices it is already paired with, but will not be visible to new devices. In Visible...
  • Page 72: Accepting A Bluetooth Partnership

    3. Select Menu > Delete. Making your Toshiba phone visible to other Bluetooth devices Your Toshiba phone must be set to Visible to: • Receive data • Allow other Bluetooth devices to detect your Toshiba phone. • Offer services to other devices, such as Internet Sharing.
  • Page 73: Com Port

    GPS receiver, or to connect to a Bluetooth-enabled printer. To set up an incoming Bluetooth COM port: 1. Ensure that your Toshiba phone is currently connected to the other device via Bluetooth. 2. From the Home screen, select Start > Settings >...
  • Page 74: Beams

    > Connections > Beam > Receive incoming beams. 2. Select Done. Receiving beamed data For security reasons, your Toshiba phone is set by default not to receive beamed data. To receive beamed data: 1. Ensure the Make this device visible to other...
  • Page 75: Checking For A Wireless Lan Signal

    LAN channel signal. You can check the current wireless connection status from the following three screens on your phone. • Today screen - If your Toshiba phone detects a Wireless LAN network connection, the Wireless LAN connection icon is displayed at the top of the Today screen.
  • Page 76 Turning the telephony element on/off Switch the telephony radio transmission element of your Toshiba phone off by selecting the Phone icon. Alternatively, press the 4 key. When a cross is displayed next to the receiver icon, your phone is in 'flight mode' for the telephony element.
  • Page 77: Usb To Pc

    Connectivity To stop the interference occurring, you need to do the following: • When using Bluetooth on your Toshiba phone, keep the phone and other Bluetooth devices at a distance of at least 10m from any devices using Wireless LAN.
  • Page 78: Applications & Multimedia

    Applications & Multimedia Your Toshiba phone is installed with the following Applications & Multimedia applications: • Internet Explorer • Tasks • Windows Media • Calendar • Messaging • Contacts • ActiveSync • Call History • Settings • Games • Voice Notes •...
  • Page 79: Tasks

    2. Select a favourite, and select Go. Clearing history, cookies, or temporary files Following frequent use of the Internet, your Toshiba phone may accumulate data that uses up the storage capacity. It is advisable to delete certain files to free up the storage on your phone.
  • Page 80: Locating A Task

    3. Press the Action key. A new task item is displayed. NOTE: You can synchronize information on your Toshiba phone with your PC. This will keep your task list up to date in both locations. NOTE: If you create a new task with a...
  • Page 81: Windows Media

    Mobile You can use Windows Media 10 Mobile for Smartphone to play digital audio and video files that are stored on your Toshiba phone or on the Web. The Windows Media Player Mobile can play the following types of files by default: •...
  • Page 82 Applications & Multimedia Overview of screens and menus Windows Media Player Mobile has three primary screens: • Playback screen - displays the playback controls (such as Play, Pause, Next, Previous, and Volume), the star rating of the current file, the album art window, and the video window.
  • Page 83 Toshiba phone or it can specify how many times you can play a file on your Toshiba phone. The terms of the license are specified by the person or company that provided the file.
  • Page 84 Applications & Multimedia Playing items on your Toshiba phone Use the library to find and play songs, videos, and playlists that are stored on your Toshiba phone or storage card. 1. From the Home screen, select Start > Windows Media > Menu > Library.
  • Page 85: Calendar

    The Calendar application works like an electronic diary, allowing you to organize your events. Your entries can then be displayed as reminders on your Toshiba phone. Also, if you also use Outlook on your PC, you can synchronize the information between your PC and your phone.
  • Page 86: Updating An Appointment

    No to delete only the current occurrence. NOTE: When you delete a Calendar appointment on your Toshiba phone, it is also deleted on your PC the next time you synchronize. But if the appointment has not been synchronized with a PC, it will only be deleted from your phone.
  • Page 87: Messaging

    Applications & Multimedia Changing the reminder time By default, the reminder time is set to 15 minutes prior to an appointment. 1. From the Home screen, select Start > Calendar > Menu > Options. 2. Scroll to Set reminders and change the time. 3.
  • Page 88: Creating A Sim Contact

    Applications & Multimedia Creating a SIM contact Contacts can be created and stored on a subscriber identity module (SIM.) If you move the SIM to another phone, your SIM contacts are moved as well. 1. From the Home screen, select Start > Contacts >...
  • Page 89: Activesync

    Applications & Multimedia 3. Select Menu > Edit > Custom ring tone and select the ring tone you want. 4. Select Done. Sending contact information Using a text message, you can quickly send someone information about a contact in your contact list.
  • Page 90: Games

    Applications & Multimedia Games To access the game son your Toshiba phone: 1. From the Home screen, select Start > More > Games. 2. Select the game to play. Voice Notes Creating a voice recording From the Home screen, select Start > More >...
  • Page 91: Taking A Picture

    Applications & Multimedia • Press the Camera key on the side of your Toshiba phone. Taking a picture Aim the camera at the subject and either: • Select the Left Softkey. • Press the Camera key on the side of your Toshiba phone.
  • Page 92: Capturing A Video

    Storing pictures and videos All pictures and video files taken with your Toshiba phone are saved on the phone memory by default. But, you can set your phone to save pictures and video files to your miniSD card.
  • Page 93: Opening A Picture

    • Play Slide Show - view all pictures in the current folder as a slide show. • Folders - view pictures stored in other folders on your Toshiba phone. • Options - configure the Pictures & Videos application. Opening a picture From within the Pictures &...
  • Page 94: Accessories

    Down Navigation key - ‘-’ Action key - ‘=’ Download Agent The Download Agent manages the downloaded content on your Toshiba phone. To access the Download Agent, from the Home screen, select Start > More > Accessories > Download Agent.
  • Page 95: File Explorer

    Applications & Multimedia File Explorer Use the File Explorer tool to view and manage files saved in your Toshiba phone, or on the memory card. 1. From the Home screen, select Start > More > File Explorer. My Documents is displayed.
  • Page 96: Goldkey

    Applications & Multimedia GoldKey Your Toshiba phone allows you to lock or unlock your PC remotely, via Bluetooth technology. Using the GoldKey application, this security operation is achieved by simply pressing a key on your Toshiba phone, or automatically with the Auto Lock option.
  • Page 97: Opera Browser

    Go. If the URL has not been entered, select Add, and enter the URL description followed by the web address. • To install from your Toshiba phone, select Local Files. All unloaded MIDlets stored in the Mobile Device folder are displayed. Select one from this list to install.
  • Page 98: Picsel Viewer

    • Close - exits Picsel Viewer. Pocket MSN For more information please refer to the Settings section. SIM Manager SIM manager enables you to copy your contacts' information from your Toshiba phone to your SIM card or from your SIM card to your Toshiba phone.
  • Page 99: Speed Dial

    Toshiba phone. Remote Screen With Remote Screen, you can replicate the main display of your Toshiba phone on a PC screen, and operate your Toshiba phone from the PC. Using the PC keyboard and Remote Screen GUI on the PC, actions on the PC are relayed to your Toshiba phone.
  • Page 100 1 through 0 keys - inputs the corresponding digits on the PC. Remote Screen Select the Remote Screen feature to input text data into your Toshiba phone using the PC input device. Connection method Select the Connection Method to connect your Toshiba phone to the PC. These connection methods are: Bluetooth, USB and Wi-Fi.
  • Page 101: Tiptalk

    Applications & Multimedia TIPtalk The TIPtalk application enables you to: • Call an IP phone. • Use answering machine functions. • Check the online status of your contacts (Online, Offline, Away, or Busy). • Notify your contacts of your current online status (Online, Offline, Away, or Busy).
  • Page 102: Muting The Microphone

    Applications & Multimedia Calling back using incoming call history You can store twenty contacts in the incoming call history contacts at any one time. To call back using incoming call history: 1. From within the TIPtalk application, select Menu > Show > Incoming Calls. 2.
  • Page 103: Zoom

    Applications & Multimedia 2. Select Menu > Send Instant Message once the call has been connected. 3. Enter your message in the second text box. 4. Select Send to send your message. All the messages in the thread are displayed in the first message box.
  • Page 104 Applications & Multimedia • Press the Right Navigation key to scroll right in the zoomed screen. • Press the Left Navigation key to scroll left in the zoomed screen.
  • Page 105: Other Applications

    Battery performance depends on many factors, such as your Service Provider's network configuration, signal strength, the temperature of the environment in which you operate your Toshiba phone, the features and/or settings you select and use, items attached to your phone's connecting ports, and your voice, data, and other program usage patterns.
  • Page 106: Pc Requirements To Run Activesync

    Other applications PC requirements to run ActiveSync 4.2 The requirements for this section were published from Microsoft's website for ActiveSync 4.2: downloads/as-sysreq42.mspx Supported operating systems for ActiveSync 4.2 • Windows 2000 Service Pack 4. • Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 1. •...
  • Page 107: Specifications

    Specifications Specifications System Information Processor Memory Operating System UMTS/HSDPA GSM/GPRS/EDGE Frequency Range Within 3G (UMTS) 2100 Within GSM 900 Within DCS 1800 Within PCS 1900 Continuous Talk Time Within 3G (UMTS) area Video Call Within GSM area Continuous Standby Time Within 3G (UMTS) area Within GSM area Charging Time...
  • Page 108 Specifications Maximum Output Within 3G (UMTS) 2100 Within GSM 900 Within DCS 1800 Within PCS 1900 Weight AC Adapter Input Voltage Charging Temperature Range Display Resolution Audio/Video Codec Audio Video Class 3 0.25 W Class 4 Class 1 Class 1 Approx.
  • Page 109 Specifications Connection Bluetooth Wireless LAN Interface Cable and Phone Charging Headset Connector Expansion Slot Bluetooth ver 2.0 + EDR (Power Class 2) GAP (Generic Access Profile) SPP (Serial Port Profile) HSP (Headset Profile) HFP (Hands Free Profile) PAN (Personal Area Networking) AVRCP (Audio/Video Remote Control Profile) A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile) IEEE 802.11b/g...
  • Page 110: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Problem Possible Causes and Solutions Cannot turn the • Ensure that the battery is inserted correctly (pg 26). power on • Ensure that the battery is charged (pg 28). Cannot charge the • Ensure that the battery is inserted correctly. battery •...
  • Page 111: Health And Safety

    Health and safety General Health and safety • Always use your Toshiba phone in the intended manner. Incorrect usage may affect performance. Only qualified service personnel should install or repair the phone and its accessories. • To avoid permanent damage to your Toshiba phone, use only Toshiba approved batteries and accessories.
  • Page 112: Operating Environment

    Health and safety Operating environment • Do not handle your Toshiba phone while driving or when operating machinery. If you must handle the phone while driving, park the vehicle before conversing. If using an integrated hands free device, make sure the phone is securely placed in its holder.
  • Page 113: Electronic Devices

    • The battery can only be charged in temperatures between +5 °C (+41 °F) and +35°C (+95 °F). • Only use batteries approved by Toshiba and only recharge the battery with the recommended charger supplied by Toshiba. • When the charger is not in use, disconnect it from the power source.
  • Page 114: Ac Adapter And Cable Safety

    • Do not use a damaged or worn AC adapter or cable. The use of a damaged or worn AC adapter or cable could result in electric shock, burns or fire. Contact an authorised Toshiba service provider immediately to obtain suitable replacements.
  • Page 115: Emergency Calls

    Do not rely solely on your mobile phone when you need to make emergency calls. FCC RF exposure information Your Toshiba phone is a radio transmitter and receiver. It 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.
  • Page 116: European Rf Exposure Information

    Telecommunications & Internet Association (CTIA) website at European RF Exposure Information Your Toshiba phone is a radio transmitter and receiver. It is designed not to exceed the limits for exposure to radio waves recommended by international guidelines. These guidelines were...
  • Page 117 Health and safety The World Health Organization has stated that present scientific information does not indicate the need for any special precautions for the use of mobile devices. They state that if you want to reduce your exposure then you can do so by limiting the length of calls or using a ‘hands-free’...
  • Page 118: Purchase Record

    Health and safety Purchase record For your future reference, we recommend that you fill in your purchase details in the form below. Serial Number*: Dealer Name: Purchase Date: * The serial number is printed on the bottom of the battery compartment.
  • Page 119: Menu Tree

    Menu Tree Start Menu Tree Internet Explorer Tasks Windows Media Calendar Messaging 1 Text Message 2 Outlook Email 3 MMS 4 New Account Contacts ActiveSync Call History Settings 1 Phone 2 Sounds 3 Profiles 4 Home Screen 5 Clock & Alarm 6 Connections 7 Security 8 Remove Programs...
  • Page 120: Index

    Index Numerics 3G coverage 109 AC adapter 18, 113 AC cable 18, 113 Accessibility 58 ActiveSync 29, 45, 105 Alarm 58 Attachment 47 Battery 26, 28, 104 Battery life 59 Battery pack 18, 109 Battery power 28, 104 Battery safety 112 Beam 73 Bluetooth 11, 70 Bluetooth connection 29, 72...
  • Page 121 Index Earpiece 19 Email 40, 42 Emergency calls 32, 114 Exchange server 29, 30, 42, 45 FCC notice 16 File Explorer 94 Fingerprint 61 Flight mode 75 Forward a message 41 Games 89, 95 Hard Reset 15 Home screen 21, 56 Hotmail 40, 52 Information to user 17 Internet email account 42...
  • Page 122 Index Opera Browser 96 Operating environment 111 Owner information 58 Phone charging connector 19 Picsel Viewer 97 Pictures 89 Pocket MSN 52 Receiving a call 34 Removing Programs 64 Reply to a message 41, 46 SIM card 25 SIM Manager 97 SIM PIN 59 SIM PIN enable 59 SMS 40...
  • Page 123 Index XT9 Mode 55 Zoom 102...

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