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    - Licensed by QUALCOMM Incorporated under one or more of the following United States Patents and/or their counterparts in other nations: 4,901,307, 5,490,165, 5,056,109, 5,504,773, 5,101,501, 5,506,865, 5,109,390, 5,511,073, 5,228,054, 5,535,239, 5,267,261, 5,544,196, 5,267,262, 5,568,483, 5,337,338, 5,600,754, 5,414,796, 5,657,420, 5,416,797, 5,659,569, 5,710,784, and 5,778,338.

  • Page 3: Important Safety Information

    Emergency services To make an emergency call in any country Ensure that your 338 is switched on and in service. Press the Send key to return to the Home screen if needed. Press 112 (or 999 within the UK or 000 in Australia) followed by the Send key. (When the USIM card is not inserted or when the dial lock function is on, press the SK2 (Emrgcy).

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    power supply information, see pages 6 and 7. • Do not put the battery in your mouth, as battery electrolytes may be toxic if swallowed. • Do not attempt to dismantle the phone or any of its accessories. • Do not put a battery into a microwave oven, dryer or high-pressure container. •...

  • Page 5: Aircraft Safety

    The use of mobile phones is not allowed in some radiation-sensitive areas, such as hospitals, research centres and aircraft. Ensure that you switch off your phone in these areas. If in doubt, remove the battery. Aircraft safety • Switch off your phone and remove its battery when inside or near an aircraft. The use of phones in aircraft is illegal. It may be dangerous to the operation of the aircraft and it may disrupt the mobile network.

  • Page 6: Vehicles Equipped With An Airbag

    If in-vehicle wireless equipment is improperly installed and the airbag inflates, serious injury could result. Third party equipment The use of third party equipment, batteries, cables or accessories, not made or authorised by NEC, may invalidate the warranty of your phone and also adversely affect the phone’s operation. Service The phone, batteries and charger contain no user-serviceable parts.

  • Page 7: Declaration Of Conformity

    Equipment Directive requirements 3.1(a), 3.1(b), 3.2. Con la presente NEC dichiara, sotto la propria responsabilità, che il prodotto descritto in questo manuale (e in combinazione con i propri accessori), è conforme ai requisiti essenziali e alle disposizioni pertinenti stabilite dalla direttiva radio 1999/5/CE e ai requisiti 3.1(a), 3.1(b), 3.2 stabiliti dalle direttive per i terminali di telecomunicazioni.

  • Page 8: Table Of Contents

    Battery ... 6 To Insert the Battery ... 6 To Charge the Battery Using the Charger ... 6 Switching your 338 on and off ... 8 To Switch On ... 8 To Switch Off ... 8 Power Saver ... 8 Setting the Clock ...

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    To Receive a Video Call ... 22 Operations During a Video Call ... 23 Call Logs ... 25 Locking your 338 ... 26 Setting the Key lock ... 26 To set the Key lock on/off ... 26 Emergency calls under the Key lock ... 26 Setting up your Contacts ...

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    Organising Messages ... 55 Creating Folders ... 55 Remote mailbox ... 55 Copying or Moving Messages ... 55 To Create a Folder Under My Folders ... 55 Changing the Settings on your 338 ... 57 Handset Profiles ... 58 CL-3 Contents...

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    Using the Browser to Access 3 Services ... 69 Browser Menus ... 69 To End a Browser session ... 73 To Download and Save a File in your 338 File Manager ... 73 To Bookmark ... 73 Using your 338's Advanced Features ... 75 Photo/Video Camera ...

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    To View an Image File ... 95 To Play a Video File ... 96 To Play an Audio File ... 98 Connecting your 338 to a PC ... 100 USB ... 100 To Establish a Dial-up Connection to a PC using a USB Cable ... 101 Data exchange ...

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    To delete a calendar entry or entries ...111 To Do ... 112 To Add a New To Do Task ... 112 To Edit To Do Tasks ... 113 To Delete To Do Tasks ... 114 Alarm clock ... 115 To Set an Alarm ... 115 To Edit an Alarm ...

  • Page 14: Introducing Your 338

    Introducing your 338 Your 338 combines a wide range of features in a technologically advanced phone, capable of operating on UMTS (Universal Mobile Telecommunication System), also known as 3G, GSM (Global System for Mobile Communications) or 2G and GPRS (General Packet Radio Service) or 2.5G.

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    Softkey 1 (SK1) 4-way navigation (Up/ Down/Left/Right) key MENU key Send key C (clear) key Introducing your 338 Options menu key Softkey 2 (SK2) Internal antenna (not shown) See Efficient Use on page PL-4 for precautions. Enter key Triangle key...

  • Page 16: Home Screen

    (strong-weak/out of service) Voice call received The call is on hold SK1 indicator Options menu Indicator Home screen Mode Indicators SK2 indicator Handset profile: Standard/Meeting/Outdoor/Car Key lock Dial lock Backlight off Alarm set Vibration set Call forwarded Introducing your 338...

  • Page 17: Setting Up Your 338

    Setting up your 338 This section explains how to prepare your phone for use. Before you use your phone you must do the following: • Insert a valid USIM (Universal Subscriber Identity Module) card • Charge the battery • Set the date and time This section shows you what to do step by step.

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    Insert a USIM card 2 Insert the USIM card into the USIM card holder. 1 Remove the battery cover (and the battery). USIM card holder 3 Slide the USIM card into place. Setting up your 338...

  • Page 19: Battery

    When the battery is not being used for a long period of time, remove it from your 338 and store in a cool, dry place. A battery that has not been used for a long period of time needs to be completely discharged and then recharged two or three times before reaching full capacity.

  • Page 20: Low Battery Alarm

    The LED indicator may take a few minutes to light up after the phone starts charging an empty battery. Low Battery Alarm The battery power has 4 levels and is indicated by the following icons: Empty Battery Low Battery Medium Battery Full Battery Setting up your 338...

  • Page 21: Switching Your 338 On And Off

    Setting the Clock When using your 338 for the first time you are prompted to set the current date and time. To Set the Clock Press the MENU key, select the Settings icon, select Date and time and Set date and time.

  • Page 22: Entering Your Pin Code

    PIN1 and PIN2 numbers are usually supplied with your USIM card. If not, or you have lost them, contact 3. To Enter your PIN Code Ensure that your USIM card is in your 338 and that the battery is charged. Press and hold the End (On-Off) key until power is on.

  • Page 23: Understanding The Menus

    Menu list Your 338's functions are reached through a system of menus. You can select a menu item by scrolling up or down and pressing the Enter key. Alternatively, press the item's corresponding number. If there are more than nine items in a menu, not all of the choices are visible on the same screen.

  • Page 24: Menu Options

    Menu options This section shows you how to use the menus. The following example shows you how to set your wallpaper. To set an image as wallpaper Do This Display Main Menu Press the MENU key. Main Menu is displayed. Highlight Settings icon Press the 4-way navigation key to highlight the Settings icon.

  • Page 25: Quick Menu And Home Screen Shortcut

    Quick Menu and Home Screen Shortcut You can create shortcuts to an application or a function that you frequently use in the Quick menu or on the Home screen. Whenever you can create a shortcut to an application/function, the Link this menu is available on the SK1. From the SK1, you can select where to add the shortcut, in the Quick menu list or on the Home screen.

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    What you can do from the Home Screen Apart from creating shortcuts, you can activate various functions and settings and customise your Home screen. To return to the Home screen, press the C key several times or press and hold the End key. You can do the following from the Home screen.

  • Page 27: Taskbar

    Taskbar Pressing and holding the MENU key displays the taskbar at the bottom of the screen. When there are multiple tasks active at the same time, they are displayed on the taskbar as icons. Highlight using the 4-way navigation key and press the Enter key to switch to that task.

  • Page 28: Making And Receiving Calls

    Making and Receiving Calls This section guides you through the following step by step: • Making a Voice Call • Receiving a Voice Call • Other things that you can do during a Voice Call • Making and Receiving a Video Call (available in 3G coverage only) When using the headset, you can start/end a voice call using the switch on the microphone.

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    Task Making an international call Making a call using the Contact list Making a call from Incoming calls list Making a call from Outgoing calls list Making a call from Missed calls list Speed dial Making and Receiving Calls Steps Press and hold 0 to display a "+"...

  • Page 30: Receiving A Voice Call

    When the Calling Line Identification (CLI) function has been activated by the caller, the caller’s phone number is displayed. If the caller opts to hide their phone number, the 338 generates a message indicating that the phone number has been withheld.

  • Page 31: Useful Tips

    End the call Useful Tips Useful tips for receiving a call are shown below: Task Turning off the ringtune Turning off the ringtune while ringing Rejecting a call When you miss a call Rejecting the second call Forwarding a voice call Making and Receiving Calls Do This Press the End key.

  • Page 32: Voicemail

    When you forward a call to the voicemail centre, the caller may leave a message for you. If a message is left, either a voicemail icon or message envelope is displayed on your screen. Call the voicemail centre to retrieve the message, following the instructions below.

  • Page 33: To Receive A Second Call

    Another call received during a call Answer the second call, i.e. another call received during the first call. Talk End the call To Switch to a Grouptalk Switch to Grouptalk Talk End the call Other Operations During a Call Use the Scratchpad Adjust the earpiece volume Search the contact list Put a call on hold...

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    Record a Call memo Activate Settings Mute the microphone Talk handsfree Receive a third call Send a message to the other party Do This Press the Options menu key and select Call memo to start recording the conversation. To stop the recording, press the Enter key. Both your voice and the other party’s voice are recorded.

  • Page 35: Making And Receiving A Video Call

    Making and Receiving a Video Call Available in 3G coverage only For further information on changing the default settings for a video call, refer to Video calls on page 61. To Make a Video Call to a Video Capable phone Enter a phone number Start the video call Talk and focus the camera...

  • Page 36: Operations During A Video Call

    Useful Tips Task Making a video call using the contact list Making a video call from the Missed calls list Making a video call from the Outgoing calls list Making a video call from Incoming calls list Rejecting the incoming video call Screen setting Operations During a Video Call Task...

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    Task Turning the microphone on/off (sending/ not sending your voice to the other party) Changing camera direction Turning your camera on/off (sending/not sending your image to the other party) Changing the screen display mode Changing the picture quality Changing the camera mode Setting the lighting mode Setting the call time duration information Adjusting the speaker volume...

  • Page 38: Call Logs

    Press the Options menu key Call logs Call logs are lists of call records such as incoming/outgoing/missed calls. Up to 20 entries are saved in each call log. You can make a call using these logs, and do the following from Call logs on the Options menu. Item Outgoing calls Incoming calls...

  • Page 39: Locking Your 338

    Enter the designated emergency number (999 for UK only, 000 for Australia only or 112). The confirmation message is displayed. The screen below is displayed until you enter the designated emergency number correctly. Unlock instruction Press SK1 (Yes). Your 338 is unlocked temporarily and the emergency call is made. -26-...

  • Page 40: Setting Up Your Contacts

    USIM card (please ask 3 for details). The maximum number of contacts in the 338 is affected by the number of fields used in each contact entry. The following shows the data that you can enter under a name in the handset and USIM Contact lists:...

  • Page 41: To Add A New Entry To The Contact List

    Common Tasks To Add a New Entry to the Contact List Start the Contacts function Start a new contact entry Fill in the data To Add a New Contact Group Access the Contact list Edit the contact group profile Save the changes Register contact entries to the group Setting up your Contacts Do this...

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    Useful Tips Task Accessing a contact entry Quickly displaying Contact numbers 1 to 99 on the handset contacts list Editing a contact entry Deleting a contact entry Writing a message from a contact entry Copying and moving Displaying the contact memory status Sending the Contact data...

  • Page 43: Entering Text

    Entering Text This section describes how to enter and edit text. There are four types of text entry: • Multitap Text (ABC) Input: Where you press each key as many times as needed to display the character you want. • T9®...

  • Page 44: Text Entry

    Text entry Text entry field Content type Remaining number of characters Input mode icons <Clear mode> <input mode> <input mode> <Clear mode> Delete Multitap input Multitap input Delete T9® input Backspace Backspace T9® input (Predictive text) (Predictive text) Numeric input Numeric input To start messaging: Press and hold the SK2 (Msg).

  • Page 45: Multitap Text (abc) Input

    Multitap Text (ABC) Input The following example shows how to enter the word dog in a text message: Enter d Enter o Enter g Press the key to switch lower case, upper case (shift) and Caps lock. T9® Text Input In the T9®...

  • Page 46: Numeric Input

    The T9® word prediction is a new feature that helps you type faster and easier. It suggests words you have already used. To accept a predicted word, press the Right or Enter key. Numeric Input Here is the example to enter 364 in a text message after changing to the Numeric Input mode. Enter 3 Enter 6 Enter 4...

  • Page 47: Symbol Input

    Symbol Input To input symbol(s), two menus are available: Symbol input menu and Multi symbol input menu. By using the Symbol input menu, you can quickly select a symbol and return to text editing, while in the Multi symbol input menu, you can select up to 12 symbols at a time.

  • Page 48: Multi Symbol Input Menu

    To open the Multi symbol input menu, press and hold the # key in the multitap input, the T9® input or the numeric input mode. Input one or more symbols using the same operation as in the Symbol input menu as described on page 34. To complete symbol input and return to text editing, press SK1 (OK).

  • Page 49: To Change To Insert/overwrite Mode

    mode. In Delete mode, you can delete characters after the cursor. In Backspace mode, you can delete characters before the cursor. To Change to Insert/Overwrite Mode To change to insert/overwrite mode, press the Options menu key, Editing options, then Insert or Overwrite in Write mode.

  • Page 50: Using Messaging

    Replying and Forwarding • Organising Messages Overview Message Types Your 338 supports the following message types: • Text messaging To send a text message, the person you are calling must be a text messaging or SMS service subscriber. • Multimedia messaging allows you to send messages as a slide show containing text and multimedia files. Multimedia files include video clips, audio files and image files.

  • Page 51: Message Menus

    Supported Attachment Types The following shows the supported attachment types that can be played/used by 338 (these files can be attached to messages and transferred between your phone and PC): • Video: MPEG4, WMV, H.263 baseline • Audio: MIDI, MPEG4-AAC, MP3, WMA, AMR •...

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    Item Inbox Outbox Drafts Sent My folders Remote mailbox The following describes the Options menu provided under the Messages menu list: Item New message Check messages Link this Delete all folders Settings Description Displays the received messages. In Messages menu screen, the number of unread messages in Inbox is displayed.

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    settings. The following describes the settings provided under Settings: Item General: Scrolling Display Heading text Signature setting Quote indicator Text messages: Send options Validity period Text msg centre Reply path Using Messaging Description The following describes the settings provided under General: Selects the number of lines scrolled when you press the Up or Down key.

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    Therefore, you need to download the contents of the multimedia messages manually before the date has expired. While you are within 3G coverage, the 338 automatically downloads the contents of the multimedia messages. When Manual is selected, the contents of the multimedia messages stay in the message centre until you request a download or the date has expired.

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    Item Email settings for: Email server one or Email server two Server settings Server type Name + password Email address Receive options Send options Server addresses Authentication Network defaults: Reset settings: Using Messaging Description The following describes the settings provided under Email: 3 only allows access via 3mail using IMAP4.

  • Page 56: Writing And Sending A New Message

    Writing and Sending a New Message The following describes common tasks and useful tips when writing and sending a new message: Common Tasks New Text Message Set message type (Text message) Set the addressee Enter the message text Send the message Do this Press and hold the SK2 (Msg) on the Home screen or press the MENU key, select Messages, and press SK2 (Msg).

  • Page 57: New Multimedia Message

    You can send Multimedia messages to both 2.5G, 3G phones and email addresses. Up to 60 attachments are allowed per message, with the total message size not exceeding 150 KB, including the message text. Use this function to create a slide show containing several multimedia files and message text. Set message type (Multimedia message) Compose a slide show Input the subject...

  • Page 58: New Email

    Up to 60 attachments are allowed per message with the total data size not exceeding 150 KB, including the message text. Attachable files include ringtunes, images, audio, video and other types of files. You can attach files such as PC application files but you cannot read/edit these on your phone. You can only forward these. You can set a total of 70 addressees for To, Cc (carbon copy) and Bcc (blind carbon copy) fields of an email.

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    Send the email Useful Tips The availability of each function is shown by the following abbreviations: T: Text message M: Multimedia message E: Email, EP is POP3 only and EI is IMAP4 only Task Steps Setting the addressee from the Press the SK2 (Find) on the addressee entry box and select the contact entries (Handset addressee’s phone number/email address.

  • Page 60: To Edit A Slide Show

    Task Steps Attaching a heading/signature Press the Options menu key and select Insert fixed text. Select Insert heading or Insert signature. Cancelling the message Press the Options menu key and select Cancel editing. editing Setting the priority Press the Options menu key and select Send options. Select Message priority and set Low, Standard or High.

  • Page 61: Receiving And Reading A Message

    Task Inserting a slide in between slides Removing a slide Inserting an image/music/video/sound file Editing text Deleting a text/image/audio/voice/video file Setting the slide timing Ending the composer Previewing the slide show Receiving and Reading a Message When using other applications: If applications other than the messaging application are running when a new message is received, you are notified by a ringtune and a temporary shortcut icon is created on the Home screen, which you find when you return to the Home screen.

  • Page 62: To Receive A Multimedia Message Manually

    Download the contents of the Multimedia message To Receive a Multimedia Message Manually Start the messaging Select the mailbox Select the notification message Receive the contents of the Multimedia message To Read a Message Start the messaging Select the mailbox to read from Select the message Do this When Download timing is set to Automatic (default):...

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    Useful Tips For Reading a Message The availability of each function is shown by the following abbreviations: T: Text message M: Multimedia message E: Email, EP is POP3 only (check with 3 for availability) and EI is IMAP4 only Task Checking newly received messages Refreshing the current message...

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    Task Moving a message between USIM card memory and the phone memory Displaying the address list Displaying the attachment file list Copying or moving a message Deleting a message Deleting all messages Displaying detailed information on a message Displaying various reports Calling back to the sender of a Text message Making a call to a phone number in...

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    Task Displaying a URL in the message text Adding the sender/receiver’s email address to the contact list Adding a phone number/ email address in the message text to the contact list Adding a URL in the message text to the Bookmarks Saving an attached file Opening an attached file Using Messaging...

  • Page 66: To Control The Multimedia Message Player

    To Control the Multimedia Message Player Task Starting the slide show Pausing the slide show Stopping the slide show Scrolling a text message up/down Switching slides Turning up/down the volume while a video or audio file is played Replying and Forwarding The following describes common tasks and useful tips when replying and forwarding.

  • Page 67: To Forward A Received Message In Inbox

    Start the message function Display the received message to forward Select the message Display Forward Set the addressee Input the subject Input the message text Send the message Useful Tips Useful tips for replying and forwarding are shown below: To Reply to a Received Message Tips Quoting from the original message when replying...

  • Page 68: Organising Messages

    Organising Messages When the memory allocated for the message function is full, your 338 cannot receive new messages until you move or delete the old messages. Therefore, to prevent the message memory from being full, we recommend that you move or delete unwanted messages regularly.

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    Useful Tips Tips Deleting a folder Renaming a folder Registering an address for automatic distribution to a folder Deleting an address/all addresses registered to automatic distribution Deleting all messages in the current list Using Messaging Select the folder and press the SK2 (Delete) or press the Options menu key and select Manage folders, Delete folder.

  • Page 70: Changing The Settings On Your 338

    Changing the Settings on your 338 This section describes how to change the settings on your 338. Screen image sample → → Press MENU key Select Settings icon or Press 8 User settings menu (see below). User settings menu -57-...

  • Page 71: Handset Profiles

    Handset Profiles allows you to change the handset operation mode to suit different situations: Standard profile, Meeting profile (quiet surroundings), Outdoor profile (when carrying your 338 in a pocket or a bag) and Car profile (while travelling in a car). You can also customise each profile to make it more useful. To see and change the settings of a profile, focus on the profile and press SK1(Edit).

  • Page 72: Screen Settings

    Power on animation: Selects a screen animation (100KB max.) displayed when 338 is turned on. An image captured with the built-in camera can also be set. Power on tone: Selects a tone (20KB max.) that sounds when you turn on your 338.

  • Page 73: Calls

    Handsfree only: Sets the ringtune to be played only from the earphones. When the headset is not connected to the phone, the ringtune is played from the speaker even if the phone is in Handsfree ring setting. Changing the Settings on your 338 and the Options menu -60-...

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    My side is smaller, Other side only, My side is larger and My side only. • Picture quality: The quality of the image captured by 338 can be selected from Standard, Better picture (priority given to the image quality), and Faster movement (priority given to capturing movement).

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    Under the following items, the call time information is displayed in All calls, Outgoing calls and Incoming calls. Summary list: Displays summary information for calls. Voice calls: Displays voice call information. Video calls: Displays video call information. Reset call timer: Resets the call time to zero. Changing the Settings on your 338 -62-...

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    Videomail: Sets videomail clearance type by checking the check boxes. Send tones: Turns the send tone on/off. Fast dial: Turn the Fast dial and Speed dial functions on/off. ) and pause (press and hold the # key: displayed as p). A -63- Changing the Settings on your 338...

  • Page 77: Date And Time

    Set date and time Set Dual time Format View clocks Changing the Settings on your 338 Description The following settings are provided for Home time. Date: Sets the date for the home time. Enter month, date and year separated with the slash according to the order in Date format setting (e.g.

  • Page 78: Language

    Send key, rejecting a call with the End key, using the End key to turn the 338 on/off, turning off the alarm with any key and adjusting the volume of the earpiece. Note that you need a handset code to turn on/off Dial lock.

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    Provides settings related to the following code numbers. • PIN1: Can be used when powering on, to prevent false access to your 338. • PIN2: Can be used for Fixed dialling setting (Refer to Fixed dialling on page 61.). •...

  • Page 80: Network Setup

    When Manual is selected, a list of valid PLMNs is displayed. Select a PLMN from the list. Your 338 establishes a connection to that PLMN. If this connection is unsuccessful, a message requesting another selection is displayed.

  • Page 81: Clear Settings

    Clear settings is not available while an application is running. Item Clear settings Clear memory Clear everything Changing the Settings on your 338 Description Resets all the settings to the default settings. Clear all user data. Resets all the settings to the default settings and clears all the memory.

  • Page 82: Using The Browser To Access 3 Services

    Using the Browser to Access 3 Services This section describes how to use the browser. Pressing the gives you access to a range of content, services and information from 3. For example, viewing the latest news and weather, downloading games, checking sports results, finding locations and much more. Browser Menus To open a menu list, press the and then options menu key on the browser menu screen.

  • Page 83

    Level 1 Level 2 Saved pages Using the Browser to Access 3 Services Level 3 Description Displays the list of pages saved as offline. Highlight a saved page title and press the Options menu key to see the following submenus: Edit title: Edits the saved page title (up to 24 single-byte characters).

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    Level 1 Level 2 Copy as text Save image Send as message Current page URL Image URL Image file Refresh Enter URL History Encoding Latin-1 US ASCII UTF-8 UCS2 UCS4 UTF-16 Level 3 Description Copies the text on the displayed page. To start the copy, press the Enter key at the beginning.

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    Level 1 Level 2 Page information Check page title Check URL Check certificate Settings Display Settings Other Settings Saved Pages Certificates Reset Using the Browser to Access 3 Services Level 3 Description Displays the title of the displayed page. Displays the URL of the displayed page. Displays the certificate on the displayed page.

  • Page 86: To End A Browser Session

    Common Tasks To End a Browser session End a browser session To Download and Save a File in your 338 File Manager Start the browser Download the file To Bookmark Access to the web page to bookmark Bookmark the page Do this Press the End key.

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    Useful Tips Task Links and Anchors Scrolling Displaying the previous/next page Using the Browser to Access 3 Services Steps Pressing the Enter key on a highlighted link/anchor lets you either: • Jump to the URL • Make a voice/video call to the phone number •...

  • Page 88: Using Your 338's Advanced Features

    When you want to show your friends what you’re up to or want to ask a friend which new shirt to buy, simply take a picture and send it from your 338. To make the visual experience even more appealing, record a short video with your 338 and send it as a multimedia message.

  • Page 89: Image Viewer

    Image Viewer Using the Image Viewer, you can view photos you take using 338’s camera, as well as images downloaded to your 338 or received attached to a message. Such images can be used as a home screen wallpaper or contact picture. Refer to To View an Image File on page 95 for details.

  • Page 90: To Start/switch Tasks During Multitasking

    Synchronisation and File Transfer software, as well as a USB data cable (available as an accessory). To install the software, attach the USB cable between your 338 and a PC, and install the 338 USB driver from the "Utilities/Tools" section of your 338 CD-ROM (also available as an accessory).

  • Page 91: Messaging

    9th application, you must delete one of the stored applications. Refer to Java™ section on page 83 for details. Synchronisation A USB cable and CD are available for the 338 as an accessory which allow PC File Transfer and Synchronisation. Please see Synchronisation on page 102 for further instructions. Video Call (available in 3G coverage only) If you really want to show someone what you mean, make a video call.

  • Page 92: Using The File Manager

    Using the File Manager (Press the Menu key → select File manager icon You can manage all of your captured and downloaded files from here. You can run files that have supported formats, copy, move, and sort them as well as previewing image files, and attaching files to messages.

  • Page 93

    Folder Image files Music files Sound files Other files Using the File Manager Description Downloaded and captured image files are stored here. Five user folders can be created under Image files with a total of 100 files. The default folders are as follows: Downloads Data type: Downloaded image files with copyrighted settings Supported files: BMP, WBMP, JPEG, JFIF, GIF, PNG and DCF...

  • Page 94: Operations Under File Manager

    To manage your files, the following operations are available. Task New folder View file names Rename Copy Move Description Creates a new folder in the selected folder: Video files/Image files/ Music files/Sound files/Other files. The default folder name starts "New". Folder names must be unique.

  • Page 95

    Task Delete Send as message File properties Sort files Thumbnails Memory status Link this Using the File Manager Description Deletes the highlighted file/multiple files/folders. Up to 100 files can be selected at one time. When an open file is included in the selected files to delete, the delete operation does not complete.

  • Page 96: Running Java™ Applications

    Running Java™ Applications This section describes how to run Java™ applications downloaded through the browser. Applications → Press MENU key select Java™ icon. To Run Downloaded Applications Select an application you want to run Do any of the following: • End the application •...

  • Page 97: Set Permissions

    Item File properties Edit name Link this Set permissions To set permissions, press the Options menu key on Java™ screen, select the Set permissions and press the Enter key. Set permissions provides the following options: Item Net access Read user data Running Java™...

  • Page 98: Settings

    To change the following settings, press the Options menu key and select Settings and press the Enter key. Item Description Show information Selects whether to display application properties when downloading a Java™ application or not. Backlight control User setting only: Backlight settings can be adjusted for each Handset profile.

  • Page 99: Using The Multimedia Centre

    Using the Multimedia Centre This section describes how to use your 338's multimedia centre to capture and play back multimedia files. You can also use it to play back files that have been downloaded or sent to you. Use of MPEG4 files is restricted to non-commercial purposes.

  • Page 100: Capture

    Capture: • Camera (Take photo) • Video camera (Make video) • Voice recorder (Record sound) Player: • Image viewer (View images) • Video player (Play video) • Audio player (Play music and Play sound) Pressing the SK1 (Link this) on Multimedia list screen adds a shortcut of the selected menu on the Home screen or in the Quick menu.

  • Page 101: Taking A Photo

    Capture preview screen Navigation key indicator (Exposure and zoom) Camera mode switch (Video/Photo) Item Navigation key indicator Operation icons Capture preview screen Camera setting icons Using the Multimedia Centre Taking a photo Operation icon Description Indicates what the navigation keys do. Up and Down: Adjusts exposure Right: Zoom-in Left: Zoom-out...

  • Page 102

    <Navigation key indicator> <Mode of operation> Start/end recording Take a shot Zoom in/Zoom out Exposure adjustment <Video size> Portrait shot/Night scene Sunny/Cloudy/Indoors Economy/Standard/High <Photo size> Video without sound Video recording Self timer on -89- Using the Multimedia Centre Short video Long video Large (352x288) Small (176x144)

  • Page 103: Camera Options Menu

    Camera Options menu Item Size Picture quality Image type Memory status Self timer (only for photos) Sound settings (only for videos) Lighting settings Using the Multimedia Centre Description Selects photo size and video file size. Photo size Mail (128x96): 128 x 96 pixels. Suitable for email attachment CLI (120x120): 120 x 120 pixels.

  • Page 104: Camera Settings

    Camera Settings Item Recording mode Zoom setting Exposure setting To Take a Photo Press the SK1 (Camera) from the Home screen and press the SK1 (Photo) or select Take photo from Multimedia centre. Press the Enter key to take a photo. When the self timer is turned on, a photo is taken after 10 seconds. You can change the following settings: Change camera direction Zoom in/out...

  • Page 105: To Make A Video

    • Send the file as a message To Make a Video Press the SK1 (Camera) from the Home screen or select Make video on Multimedia centre. Press the Enter key to start recording. You can change the following settings: Change camera direction Zoom in/out Adjust the exposure rate Use the Options menus...

  • Page 106: To Record Sound

    Voice Recorder The voice recorder feature allows you to record a message while you are not online. The recording time is 60 seconds. The recorded voice is automatically saved as an AMR file which can be attached to a multimedia message/email. The following Options menus are provided to Record sound: Item Recording start screen...

  • Page 107: Player

    The image files can be captured by the phone, downloaded from a browser or received attached to a message. The 338 allows you to view all the files in a selected file. The following Options menus are available for View images:...

  • Page 108: To View An Image File

    Item Visual effects Image settings Rename File properties Delete To View an Image File Display the image file list screen Select an image file or a playlist Do any of the following • Display the next file • Display the previous file Description Apply visual effects to the displayed image.

  • Page 109: To Play A Video File

    The Play video in Multimedia centre allows you to play MPEG4, AAC, AMR, WMV and H.263 video files captured by the phone, downloaded from a browser or received attached to a message. The 338 allows you to play all the files in a selected file.

  • Page 110: Audio Player

    You can play AAC, WMA, MP3, WAV (u-law), WAV (linear), MIDI and AMR audio files downloaded from a browser or received attached to a message and saved in the phone memory. The 338 allows you to play all the files in a selected file.

  • Page 111: To Play An Audio File

    Select On or Off. Change animation: Selects the image to display while playing music files. Turns on/off the 338’s speaker and the headset. Changes the ringtune settings for each phone mode: Meeting profile, Standard profile, Outdoor profile and Car profile. Ringtunes are available in each mode for Voice call, Message received and Video call.

  • Page 112

    • Skip to the next file • Skip to the previous file • Repeat • Control the sound volume • Send the audio file as a message • Display the file/playlist information To replay a file from the beginning after you start playing, press the Left key. Note that you can only do this if the play time is two seconds or more.

  • Page 113: Connecting Your 338 To A Pc

    USB is a simple method of connecting your 338 to a PC through a cable to achieve fast data transfer rates. Connecting your 338 to a PC with a USB cable enables the PC to use your 338 just like a modem to establish a dial-up connection to an Internet Service Provider.

  • Page 114: To Establish A Dial-up Connection To A Pc Using A Usb Cable

    Data exchange is used to allow the transfer of data files between the phone memory and a PC. To use this functionality, you must first install the 338 PC File Transfer Tool. To install the software, refer to the Software manual on the optional CD-ROM accessory.

  • Page 115: To Transfer Data Between The Phone And A Pc

    Transfer data between your 338 and the PC See the 338 PC File Transfer Tool section in the Software Manual on the Synchronisation It is possible to synchronise your Calendar, Contacts and To Do lists locally between your 338 and a PC using a USB cable or remotely over-the-air with a 3 server.

  • Page 116: Synchronisation Options

    Please check that this service is supported by your service provider - contact 3 for further details. To Register a Server The NEC 338 allows you to set up and synchronise with servers other than the default local and remote servers already present. Up to 10 servers can be registered.

  • Page 117: Synchronisation Settings

    Synchronisation method Internet user name Internet password Please check that this service is supported by your service provider - contact 3 for further details. Connecting your 338 to a PC Do this Press the MENU key select Synchronisation. Select from Server one to Server ten or rename an existing server to create a new entry.

  • Page 118: Server One To Server Six

    Server four: PC and Contacts • Server five: PC and Calendar • Server six: PC and To Do Please check that this service is supported by your service provider - contact 3 for further details. -105- Connecting your 338 to a PC...

  • Page 119: Using The Toolbox

    This section describes how to use your 338 to help manage your time and tasks. You can use your 338 at home or work as a calendar with appointments and To Do lists, as an alarm clock, as a calculator and much more.

  • Page 120: Calendar

    Calendar → (Press MENU key select Toolbox Calendar tool has four entry types: Appointment, Multiday event, Special occasion and Days off. You can save up to 200 calendar entries. Calendar To display the calendar, press the MENU key and select Toolbox and Calendar. Press the to display the previous month.

  • Page 121: To Add A New Calendar Entry

    To add a new calendar entry, press the SK1 (New) from the Monthly or Weekly screen or press the Options menu key and select New. You can store the following types of calendar entries, an appointment, a multiday event a special occasion or a holiday (Days off).

  • Page 122

    • Set the Special occasion items (You must enter information marked with *.) • Set the Multiday event items (You must enter information marked with *.) • Set the Days off items Do this Filter view: Select the filter type from Public or Private. Press the Enter key.

  • Page 123: To Edit A Calendar Entry

    To synchronise calendar entries between 338 and a PC You can convert calendar entries stored in the phone to vCalendar format for transferring between the 338 and a PC. You can also use the Intellisync PC software to synchronise your calendar with your PC.

  • Page 124: To Delete A Calendar Entry Or Entries

    Delete a calendar entry To delete all the calendar entries To delete all the calendar entries up to the specific date Delete a holiday To delete all the holidays up to the selected date Press the Options menu key, select Delete, Delete day off and press To reset holidays to the default settings Do this Select the calendar entry you want to delete and press the Enter key.

  • Page 125: To Do

    To Do → → (Press MENU key select Toolbox This feature allows you to set up To Do tasks that should be finished by a certain date. You can save up to 200 To Do entries. To Add a New To Do Task In To Do list, press the SK1 (New), or press the Options menu key and select New to open the new task screen.

  • Page 126: To Edit To Do Tasks

    Set reminder date Set reminder time Useful Tips You can use an old To Do task as a template to create a new task. Select the task you want to copy on To Do list or display the Detail screen. Press the Options menu key, select Copy and press the Enter key. Proceed as described in To Add a New To Do task.

  • Page 127: To Delete To Do Tasks

    Delete this task Delete all the completed tasks Delete all the tasks Useful Tips When you select To Do, you are presented with the To Do list which lists all tasks (both finished and unfinished) in chronological order. You can filter the To do list to display only the To Do entries for a particular status or category. To set the filtering conditions, press the Options menu key, select Filter view and press the Enter key.

  • Page 128: Alarm Clock

    Alarm clock → → (Press MENU key select Toolbox select Alarm clock) To Set an Alarm Select the alarm clock to set up to 5 alarms from Alarm 1 to Alarm 5 and press the Enter key, or press the SK1 (Edit). You can set a recurring alarm to ring at a specific time on several days of the week.

  • Page 129

    Set time Set repeat setting Enter pop-up contents Set clock alarm tone Set clock alarm vibration and snooze Fix the settings in the alarm entry Useful Tips • When the alarm and vibrate go off, press the SK1 (Turn off) to stop the alarm. •...

  • Page 130: To Edit An Alarm

    To edit your alarm clock setting, press the SK1 (Edit) and edit. Follow the instructions in To Set an Alarm on page 115. To Change alarm clock status You can change alarm clock status on/off/disable on the Alarm clock list screen. Select an alarm on the list and do the following: Set alarm clock status To Delete Alarms...

  • Page 131: Notepad

    Notepad → (Press MENU key select Toolbox The Notepad feature allows you to keep notes and other useful information, such as agendas and minutes of meetings, shopping lists and other items you need to remember. You can save up to 9 text notes. To Create a New Notepad Entry Select an empty entry Enter a title...

  • Page 132: To Delete A Notepad Entry

    Edit contents To Delete a Notepad Entry Delete a notepad entry Delete all the notepad entries Do this Select Note contents and press the Enter key. Edit a text message (up to 512 single-byte characters) and press the Enter key. You can save the notepad entry by pressing SK1 (Save).

  • Page 133: Calculator

    (Press MENU key select Toolbox Calculator Your 338 has a built-in calculator, which can add, subtract, divide and multiply. Use the following keys: To Use the Calculator In this example, we are going to multiply 10.5 by 10. Enter 10.5...

  • Page 134: Currency Calculation

    When switching from the currency converter to the calculator, the cash amount value of the currency converter is displayed in the totals area of the calculator unless the currency calculation result is displayed. Currency Calculation This feature allows you to convert an amount of money in one currency to another currency by using either the exchange rate which is built in or one you enter.

  • Page 135: Call Memo

    The Call memo feature allows you to record a short audio message (up to 20 seconds) during a call. You can use a Call memo to temporarily store phone numbers, addresses or reminders. You can save up to five call memos in your 338.

  • Page 136: Shortcut Keys

    Shortcut Keys Shortcut keys can help you access some things more easily. The following table shows the shortcut keys that are available and explains what you can use them for in various modes. The word "long" means pressing and holding a key. Mode In Home screen Function...

  • Page 137

    Mode While dialling Shortcut Keys Function Makes a video call to the entered number Saves the entered number to the contact list Moves the cursor up Down Moves the cursor down Left Moves the cursor to the left Right Moves the cursor to the right Send Makes a voice call to the entered number Triangle...

  • Page 138

    Mode While receiving Down Send Send (long) End (long) Options menu Other than above During a call Down Left Right Send Send (long) Triangle MENU MENU (long) End (long) 0 (long) Options menu Function Answers the call Ignores the call Turns the ringtune volume up Turns the ringtune volume down Answers the call...

  • Page 139

    Mode Text entry using multitap mode Shortcut Keys Function Switches to numeric mode (and, if pressed again, switches to T9® mode) Cancels text editing Options menu Displays the Options menus Enter Completes text editing and closes the text editing screen Send Returns to the Home screen Discards the text and closes messages...

  • Page 140

    Mode Text entry using T9® mode Options menu Enter Send End (long) C (long) 0-9 (long) # (long) (long) Function Switches to Multitap mode (and, if pressed again, switches to numeric mode) A last candidate is displayed: Goes to Multitap mode temporarily (and returns to T9 mode by entering a space or pressing the Right key) No unconfirmed entry: Quits text editing...

  • Page 141

    Mode Text entry using numeric mode Shortcut Keys Function Switches to T9® mode (and then, if pressed again, switches to Multitap mode) Cancels text editing Options menu Displays the Options menus Enter Completes text editing and closes the text editing screen Send Returns to the Home screen...

  • Page 142: Index

    Index Activate PIN1 66 Alarm clock 115 Any key answer 60 APN 67 Appointment 107 Attachment types 38 Audio player 97 Auto lock 65 Auto redial 61 Battery 6 Bookmarks 69 Browser 69 Calculator 120 Calendar 107 Call forwarding 61 Call logs 25 Call memo 21, 122 Call restrictions 62...

  • Page 143

    Greeting 59 Grouptalk 20 Handset code 66 Handset profile 58 Handsfree call 23 Heading/signature 47 Home screen 3, 12 Icon list 10 Ignore call if no ID 63 Image quality 24 Image type 90 Image viewer 94 IMAP4 42 Inbox 39 Incoming calls 23, 25 Incoming calls list 16, 23 Insert/overwrite mode 36...

  • Page 144

    Paste 36 Pause dial 17 Photo 91 Picture quality 61, 90 PIN 9, 65 Player 94 Playlist 99 POP3 42 Portrait display 63 Power on/off 8 Power save time 59 Power saver 8 Pref. networks 67 Private PIN 66 Private schedule 108 Public schedule 108 Quality alarm 63 Quick menu 12...

  • Page 145

    Video 92 Video call 22, 78 Video camera 87 Video player 96 Videomail 63 VIG 61 Visual effects 95 Voice call 15 Voice recorder 93 Voicemail 19, 63 Wallpaper 59 Zone 64 Zoom 91 -132- Index...

  • Page 146

    v1.8 MDY-000021-EAA0 October 2004 1 edition...

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