Download  Print this page

NEC e606 Product Manual

Nec e606: user guide.
Hide thumbs

Advertisement

e606
e606
product manual
product manual

Advertisement

Table of Contents

   Related Manuals for NEC e606

   Summary of Contents for NEC e606

  • Page 1 manual...
  • Page 2 A portion of this software includes software modules developed by the Independent JPEG Group. - Java and all Java-based marks are trademarks or registered trademarks of Sun Microsystems, Inc. in the U.S. and other countries. - BLUETOOTH is a trademark owned by its proprietor and used by NEC under license. ® - T9 Text Input is a registered trademark of Tegic Communications Inc.
  • Page 3: Emergency Services And Safety Precautions

    Emergency services To make an emergency call in any country Ensure that your e606 is on and in service. Press C to return to the standby screen if needed. Press 112 (or 999 within UK or 000 in Australia) followed by the Start key. (When the USIM card is not inserted or when the dial lock function is on, just press the SK1 (Emrgncy) key.)
  • Page 4 • When a handset is set to Vibration mode, the vibration can sometimes cause the e606 handset to move. Be careful not to place the handset near heat sources (such as a heater) or too close to the edge of the table.
  • Page 5: Aircraft Safety

    The use of third party equipment, cables or accessories, not made or authorised by NEC, may invalidate the warranty of your cellphone and also adversely affect the phone’s safety/operation. Aircraft safety • Switch off your handset when inside or near aircraft. The use of handsets in aircraft is illegal, as it may be dangerous to the operation of the aircraft and it may disrupt the aircraft communication system.
  • Page 6: Vehicles Equipped With An Air Bag

    Third party equipment The use of third party equipment, cables or accessories, not made or authorised by NEC, may invalidate the warranty of your handset and also adversely affect the handset’s operation. For example, use only the NEC mains cable supplied with the AC charger.
  • Page 7: Exposure To Radio Frequency Energy

    Telecommunications Terminal 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...
  • Page 8 Use of Bluetooth™ technology is prohibited on board aeroplanes. • Bluetooth is a trademark owned by its proprietor and used by NEC under licence. • Bluetooth™ can be used within a range of approximately 10m. Because of the nature of the radio wave, this range varies depending on location and the receiver.
  • Page 9: Table Of Contents

    Contents Emergency Services and Safety Precautions ... PL-1 What’s e606? ...1 Views, Keys, and Display of e606 ...1 Setup ...4 USIM Card ...4 Battery ...6 Charging ...6 Low Battery Alarm ...7 Power On/Off ...8 Power On/Off ...8 Entering PIN Code ...8 Setting Clock ...9...
  • Page 10 Video Call ...43 Photo/Video Camera ...44 Multi-call/Multi-task ...44 High-Speed Data Communications ...45 Other Features of e606 ...48 Messaging ...48 Java™ Application ...48 Images ...48 Video/Audio Player ...49 Data Transfer to/from a PC ...49 How to Use Menu Function ...50 Menu Functions Operations ...51 Menu Functions List ...55...
  • Page 11 Text Notes ... 116 User Data ... 117 Contacts ... 117 Owner Info ... 117 Calls Received ... 118 Calls Made ... 118 Ringtune ... 118 Contents Used Memory ... 119 Data Transfer ... 120 To/From USIM ... 120 To/From PC ... 123 Shortcut Keys ...
  • Page 12: What's E606

    What’s e606? The e606 combines a wide range of features into a technologically advanced handset, capable of operating in both UMTS (Universal Mobile Telecommunication System), also known as 3G, as well as GSM (Global System for Mobile Communications) or 2G.
  • Page 13 Display (Refer to the next page.) 4-Way navigation Microphone (Up/Down/Left/Right) key SK2 (Softkey 2) key SK1 (Softkey 1) key Enter key MENU key Triangle key Start key End (On-Off) key C (Clear) key Keypad characters Internal antenna (0-9, Q and #) What’s e606?
  • Page 14 ** The 4-Way navigation indicator and the Enter key indicator are replaced with (dial lock indicator) that indicates whether the video capture, or image capture function is on or a dial lock function is on. What’s e606? Signal strength 2G/3G roaming mode...
  • Page 15: Setup

    Setup Before you use your handset you will need to carry out the following actions: • Valid USIM (Universal Subscriber Identity Module) card inserted • Battery charged • Set the date and time This section will guide you through this step by step. USIM Card When you become a subscriber to 3, you are issued a USIM card with a security code or PIN (Personal Identification Number).
  • Page 16 1 Remove the battery. 3 Open the USIM card holder. 5 Slide and lock the USIM card holder. Setup 2 Slide and release the USIM card holder lock. 4 Insert the USIM card into the USIM card holder.
  • Page 17: Battery

    Replace the battery with a new one of the same type. When not using the battery for a long period, remove it from the e606 and store in a place with low humidity and low temperature.
  • Page 18: Low Battery Alarm

    Even if the handset remains connected to the charger, battery residual capacity may decrease when the handset is used. The battery must be charged in the room temperatures between 0°C and 45°C. Ensure that your handset is switched off. If the handset temperature is high, wait until it returns to a normal temperature. The recommended battery charge time is approximately 2 hours.
  • Page 19: Power On/off

    Date and Time When using your e606 for the first time, please remember to set the date and time. This will ensure that all of your e606 functions are accessible. For further instructions, refer to Setting Clock on page 9 and Date &...
  • Page 20: Setting Clock

    Making and Receiving Calls To make and receive calls, e606 must first be turned on. When the power turns on and the PIN number is entered, e606 automatically searches for the network registered in the USIM card. When the network signal is detected by e606, it is indicated by the network name and the radio signal strength icon on the display screen.
  • Page 21: Making A Voice Call

    (Refer to Select ALS Line on page 82 for details.) When a call is made and e606 has an active outgoing call barring setting, the call will be rejected. When the receiver of a call has incoming call barring setting active, the call will also be rejected. In both cases the reason the call was rejected will be displayed as a message on the screen.
  • Page 22: Useful Tips

    Basic Operations The basic operations for making a voice call are shown below: To Make a Voice Call Input the phone number Dial the phone number Talk End the call Useful Tips Useful tips for making a call are shown below: Operation Making an emergency call...
  • Page 23: Receiving A Voice Call

    (activation depends on the settings). When Calling Line Identification (CLI) function has been activated by the caller, the caller’s phone number will be displayed. If the calling party opts to hide their phone number, e606 will generate a message indicating that the phone number has been withheld. Procedure Press the SK2 (Contact), Up, or Down key.
  • Page 24 Contact picture exists Basic Operations The basic operations for receiving a voice call are shown below: To Receive a Call Answer the call Talk End the call Making and Receiving Calls Registered on contact list Do This Press the Start key or SK1 (Answer) key. Press the End key, or close the handset.
  • Page 25 Useful Tips Useful tips for receiving a call are shown below: Operation Rejecting a call When you miss a call Rejecting the second call Rejecting and diverting a Voice Call (available in 3G mode only) Procedure Do one of the following: •...
  • Page 26: During A Voice Call

    During a Voice Call During a voice call, the following operations are possible: making and receiving a second call, putting the call on hold, call waiting, Grouptalk, adjusting earpiece volume, adding the caller’s number to the contact list, searching the contact list, recording a voice note and using the shortcut keys (when any key answer function is turned off).
  • Page 27: To Receive A Second Call

    (Another call received during a call) Answer the second call Talk End the call To Switch to a Grouptalk (available in 3G mode only) Switch to Grouptalk Talk End the call Do This Press the SK1 (Answer) key. The first call will automatically be put on hold.
  • Page 28: Other Possible Operations During A Call

    Use the Scratchpad Adjust the earpiece volume Add the caller to the contact list Search the contact list Record a Voice Note Send DTMF Put a call on hold Receive a third call Making and Receiving Calls Do This If you input keypad characters during a call, the input characters will remain displayed on the screen after the call is finished.
  • Page 29: Making And Receiving A Video Call

    Making and Receiving a Video Call (available in 3G mode only) With e606, you can make a video call to a video capable handset - the other party must have a video capable handset. You can also make a video call to a PC via an email address - the other party must have a PC equipped with a video calling application and a webcam.
  • Page 30: To Make A Video Call To A Pc With Webcam

    End the call To Make a Video Call to a PC with Webcam Video calling to PC may not be available in all countries. Select the email address from the contact list Ensure you have the stereo headset plugged in. Start the video function Talk and see End the call...
  • Page 31 Answer the call Talk and see End the call Useful Tips Useful tips for making a video call are shown below: Operation Making a video call using the contact list Making a video call from Calls Received number list Making a video call from Calls Made number list Adding the caller to the contact list Do This...
  • Page 32: Settings During A Video Call

    The following settings can be changed during a video call: Item Turning the camera display on/off camera display off Camera Direction Camera Making and Receiving Calls Description To turn the camera display on/off, press the SK1 (Pic On/Pic Off) key, or press and hold 1 during a video call. The receiver’s handset will still display your image.
  • Page 33: Showing And Hiding Your Cli

    Description Press the SK2 (Submenu) key and select Zoom. When this function is set to On, e606 will capture image with 2x zoom. The image will be sent as displayed on your handset. Only available when Camera is on.
  • Page 34: Text Entry

    subscribed to the Connected Line Identity Presentation (COLP) service, and your 3 number will be notified to the receiver if you have subscribed to the Calling Line Identity Presentation (CLIP). The current subscription status of these settings can be found and displayed from Settings. (Refer to Settings on page 80 for details.) Basic Operations The basic operations for hiding your number are shown below:...
  • Page 35: Multitap Text (abc) Input

    Multitap Text (ABC) Input You press each key as many times as needed to display the character you want to enter. In the following example, to enter dog in a text message. Start the message function Set Multitap Text (ABC) Input Mode Enter d Enter o Enter g...
  • Page 36: Numeric Input

    Enter fog Convert and select the word you want Press the SK1 (prvious) key or # key to display the word you If the word you want is not suggested, edit the word and register it by using the Multitap Input Mode Numeric Input If you want to input a series of numbers, you can change to numeric input mode.
  • Page 37: Symbol Input

    Symbol Input By pressing the # key in the Multitap Text Input mode, the T9® Text Input mode, or the Numeric Input mode, the symbol mode will be turned on. Select the symbol by using the Up, Down, Left, or Right key. Start the message function Set Multitap Text (ABC) Input Mode or T9®...
  • Page 38: To Copy And Paste The Text

    To Change to Insert/Overwrite Mode To change to insert/overwrite mode, press the SK2 (Submenu) key in the text input mode, then select Insert or Overwrite. In the Insert Mode, you can insert characters at the cursor position. In the Overwrite Mode, you can overwrite characters starting at the cursor position. To Change to Delete/Backspace Mode To change to delete/backspace mode, press the SK2 (Submenu) key in the text input mode, then select Delete or Backspace.
  • Page 39: To Cut And Paste The Text

    Paste the block To Cut and Paste the Text To cut and paste text, proceed as described below: Specify the cut function Specify the cut starting point Specify the cut ending point Specify the paste point Paste the block Do this Press the SK2 (Submenu) key in the text input mode, then select Paste.
  • Page 40: Display Information

    Display Information When you enter text in the contacts or a message, the text entry display shows you various information as shown below: Number of remaining characters displayed in max. of 3 digits. For 1000 or more, the number is displayed in thousands (e.g.
  • Page 41 Data Phone contacts Name (32 characters max.) Phone number 4 phone numbers (32 characters max. for each), and a call type icon for each number (call type icons set voice/video call attribute) Email address 3 email addresses and a call type icon for each email address.
  • Page 42 Call Type Icons A call type icon is allocated for a phone number/email address. The following shows the call type icons: Call type icons for phone number: Mobile phone Home Office FAX Call type icons for email address: Email address Mobile phone address Phone number: •...
  • Page 43: Contacts Menus

    Address Search: Searches by a part of the address. Memory No. List: Scrolls from the newest memory number (available only for items stored in the e606 memory). Memory No. Search: Searches by the memory number (available only for items stored in the e606 memory).
  • Page 44 Note : The settings cannot be changed for Category 00. Deletes all contacts data entered in the e606 memory. Displays the Service Dial Numbers (SDN) saved in the USIM card as a list. Select the SDN and press the Start key to make a call, or the SK1 (Video) key to make a video call.
  • Page 45 Fill in the data To Use a Contact Entry Start the Contacts search function Select a search method Select the match and display the details Use the data Fill in the data. (Refer to Contact Entries on page 29 for details.) Note : To allocate multiple phone numbers or email addresses, select the <...>...
  • Page 46 Useful Tips Useful tips for contacts are shown below: Operation Editing a contact entry Adding multiple phone numbers or email addresses Deleting a contact entry Writing a message from a contact entry Deleting a registered phone number/email address Deleting personal data Copying a phone number/email...
  • Page 47 Operation Procedure Adding or editing a With a dialed number displayed (on a voice or video call or on contact entry standby), press the SK2 (Save) key, or using a shortcut With the Calls Made or Calls Received list displayed, press the SK2 (Submenu) key and select Add to Contacts.
  • Page 48: Browser

    Browser (Press the “ ” key) The browser application enables you to view the latest news and weather, download games, check sports information, find locations and much more. Browser is only available in the 3G mode. Browser Menus Pressing the SK2 (Menu) key will display a menu list of functions provided for the browser application. The following describes the function menus: Level 1 Level 2...
  • Page 49 Level 1 Level 2 Saved pages Save image Send as message Level 3 Displays the list of pages saved offline. Move the highlight to a file and press the Enter key to open. Alternatively, press the SK2 (Menu) key, and the following submenus are provided: Edit title: Edits the saved page’s title (24 characters max.).
  • Page 50 Level 1 Level 2 Reload Enter URL History Settings Display Settings Browser Level 3 Reloads the page displayed. Starts an input screen. You can directly input a URL and display it. Displays the URL history input from Enter URL menu function. Move the highlight to a URL history and press the SK2 (Menu) key and the following submenus are provided:...
  • Page 51 Check certificate Reset all Level 3 Certificate Displays the list of certificates stored in e606. Move the highlight to a certificate and press the SK2 (Menu) key, and the following submenus are provided: Check certificate: Displays the contents of the selected certificate.
  • Page 52: Basic Operations

    Note : Activating the message writer, a Java™ Application, etc. will also end the browser, because they belong to the same task. Refer to page 44 for details on tasks. End a browser To Download an Image and Save it in e606 Memory Start the browser Download the image...
  • Page 53 Useful Tips Operation Links and Anchors Quick play of downloaded multimedia files Procedure Pressing the Enter key on a link/anchor will: • Make a voice call to the phone number • Start message writer to edit a new message to the address •...
  • Page 54: Advanced Features

    • Messaging (send simple text, multimedia or even video messages) • Other Features of e606 (play Java™ application, transfer data from a PC or listen to music) Video Call (available in 3G mode only) If you want to really show what you mean, make a video call. With a video call you can not only talk but also show what you mean.
  • Page 55: Photo/video Camera

    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 the e606. To make the visual experience even more appealing, record a short movie with e606 and send it by Video message.
  • Page 56: High-speed Data Communications

    The e606 supports high-speed data communications for your PC. Just connect the attached USB cable and install the contents of the CD-ROM to your PC. The e606 also supports Bluetooth™ technology to connect to a Bluetooth enabled PC. Refer to External Connect on page 60 for details.
  • Page 57 Installation and e606 Settings For detailed information on PC installation, refer to “e606 Software Manual”, in pdf format on your e606 "Tools and Utilities" CD-ROM. When you use the USB cable, install driver and WP-TCP software in the CD-ROM. Follow the installation wizard.
  • Page 58 Start the Internet communication Useful Tips • For your PC, e606 is used as a “modem”. • Enter “Q99#” for an access point number (APN). If service conditions are changed, use the AT commands to change the APN. In this case, use a terminal software that supports AT commands (e.g.
  • Page 59: Other Features Of E606

    When images are downloaded to the e606, received attached to a Video message, or there are photos taken by using e606’s camera, you can display them using the image Viewer. Such images can be used as a standby screen and contact list data. Refer to Image on page 100 for details.
  • Page 60: Video/audio Player

    Using this function, you can use data files on e606 more easily and effectively: you can edit the contact list and calendar on your PC, synchronise the data with e606 and carry them around, or enjoy the multimedia files you collected in your PC using e606.
  • Page 61: How To Use Menu Function

    How to Use Menu Function You can use various e606 functions by using menu functions. By selecting icons, menus and items/options, you can access the numerous functions and their settings. • ICON LIST An icon is a graphic image with a name that represents and links to a category of functions or a particular function.
  • Page 62: Menu Functions Operations

    Operations in Detail The following shows how to access the e606 functions through the menu function, using the operations to adjust the display colour contrast, select the standby screen image, and turn on/off the any key answer function as examples.
  • Page 63 Select Display Select Contrast Adjust the contrast level To Select the Standby Screen Image Display Task Menu Highlight Settings icon Select Settings icon Select Display • Press the Up and Down keys to move the highlight (a highlighted menu will appear in reverse highlight) to Display and press the SK1 (Select) key or Enter key, or •...
  • Page 64 Select Screen Display Select Standby Screen Select the image To Turn On/Off the Any Key Answer Function Display Task Menu Highlight Settings icon Select Settings icon How to Use Menu Function • Press the Up and Down keys to move the highlight (a highlighted menu will appear in reverse highlight) to Screen Display and press the SK1 (Select) key or Enter key, or...
  • Page 65 Select Phone Select Any Key Answer Turn on/off the function • Press the Up and Down keys to move the highlight (a highlighted menu will appear in reverse highlight) to Phone and press the SK1 (Select) key or Enter key, or •...
  • Page 66: Menu Functions List

    Menu Functions List The following table lists the menu functions under the Task Menu. Level 1 Message External Connect Service (SAT) Java™ How to Use Menu Function Level 2 Level 3 Create Message Text Message Multimedia Message Video Message Inbox Draft Sent Items Message Settings...
  • Page 67 Level 1 Level 2 Settings Phone VT Settings Profile Time Display Clock Level 3 Quality Alarm Any Key Answer Switch to Earphones Pause Dial Entry Select ALS Line Camera Picture Position Mirror Image Image Quality Backlight Mute Normal Meeting Pocket Call Time Display Setting Total Reset Call Time Display...
  • Page 68 Level 1 (continued) Settings How to Use Menu Function Level 2 Level 3 Security USIM PIN Lock now Start-up lock Change code Services Caller ID Service No Caller ID Call Barring Answering Machine Call Waiting Diverts Call Rejection Owner name Change Password Direct Input Service Provisioning...
  • Page 69 Level 1 Level 2 Multimedia Video Image Audio Player Voice Recorder Accessories Calendar ToDo Alarm Clock Calculator Currency Calculation Voice Notes Text Notes Level 3 Make Video Viewer Settings Take Photo Viewer Settings Library Play List Play/Delete VN Voice Note at Standby -58- How to Use Menu Function...
  • Page 70: Service (sat)

    Level 1 User Data Data Transfer Service (SAT) (Press the “MENU” key → Select “Service (SAT)”) You can use the SAT (Subscriber Identity Module Application Toolkit) provided by 3 from Service (SAT). SAT provides an authentication to the mobile network so you can use your rights: change personal setting options, give a digital signature, etc.
  • Page 71: External Connect

    (Press the “MENU” key → Select “External Connect”) You can connect e606 with a PC by Bluetooth™ technology or with a USB cable. You can establish a dialup connection for the PC through e606. This function is only available in the 3G mode.
  • Page 72 Connect e606 to a Bluetooth device Dialup Disconnect External Connect Place e606 within the communication range of the Bluetooth device. Note : Depending on the radio communication condition, you may have to place the device nearer to e606. Note : The maximum distance for Bluetooth connection is 10 metres.
  • Page 73: Usb

    Connecting e606 to a PC with an USB cable enables the PC to use e606 just like the modem to establish a PPP connection to the Internet service provider by dialup. However, you will find that the USB connection will provide a much faster transfer rate than a standard modem.
  • Page 74: Message

    Video messaging is available only in the 3G mode. Message Memory Maintenance When the memory allocated for the message function is full, e606 cannot receive new messages until you move or delete the old messages. To prevent the message memory from being full, it is recommended to regularly move or delete unwanted messages.
  • Page 75: Message Menus

    Message Menus The following describes the functions provided from the menus on the Message menu list: Item Create Message Inbox Draft Sent Items Message Settings The following describes the settings under Message Settings: Item Text Msg Settings Description Writes and sends a new Text message, Multimedia message, or Video message.
  • Page 76 Multimedia messages will stay in the MMS centre until you request a download, or the expiry date has arrived. When Auto Receive is selected, e606 will automatically download the contents of the Multimedia messages. Set Max Receive Size: Sets a maximum size of a Multimedia message that the handset will receive.
  • Page 77: Writing And Sending A New Message

    Input the message text Set the addressee Send the message Description Resets all message related settings in e606 (not the USIM card). Resets all message related settings in e606 and deletes all messages, headers and endings. Do this Press the SK1 (Message) key, or press the MENU key and select Message.
  • Page 78 Start the message function Start the composer Compose a slide show Input the subject Set the addressee Send the message Message Do this Press the SK1 (Message) key, or press the MENU key and select Message. Select Create Message. On Create Msg displayed, select Multimedia Message. Composer is displayed.
  • Page 79 Start the message function Display Create Message for Video message Attach files Input the message text Input the subject Set the addressee Send the message Do this Press the SK1 (Message) key, or press the MENU key and select Message. Select Create Message.
  • Page 80 Useful Tips The useful tips for writing and sending a message are shown below. The availability of each function is shown by the following abbreviations: T: Text message M: Multimedia message V: Video message Operation Procedure Setting the addressee Press the SK2 (Submenu) key and select Search contacts. from the contact entries Search and select the addressee’s phone number/email address.
  • Page 81 Operation Procedure Hiding an addressee Press the SK2 (Submenu) key and select Hide/Clear address. Attaching a video, an Press the SK2 (Submenu) key and select Attach video, image, an audio file, or a Attach image, Attach audio, or Attach ringtune. ringtune Deleting an attached file Select the attachment file name to delete.
  • Page 82: Receiving And Reading A Message

    The following describes basic operations and useful tips when receiving and reading a message. Operation of Other Applications If applications other than the messaging application are operating when a message is received, e606 will receive the message as a background operation, in which case the message ringtune will not sound but an envelope icon displayed on the top of the display screen will indicate that there is a newly received message.
  • Page 83 Start the message function Select the mailbox Select the notification message Receive the contents of the Multimedia message/Video message To Read a Message Start the message function Select the mailbox to read from Select the message Useful Tips The useful tips for receiving and reading a message are shown below: To Read a Message Operation Setting filters to sort out the...
  • Page 84 Press the SK2 (Submenu) key and select Delete All. Select from the following: All: Deletes all messages Phone: Deletes all messages saved in the e606 USIM: Deletes all messages saved in the USIM card Select the message, press the SK2 (Submenu) key and select Details.
  • Page 85 Operation Displaying an 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 Procedure For Text message and Video message: Select the message, press the Enter key to display the message text.
  • Page 86: Replying And Forwarding

    Operation Adding an URL in the message text to the Bookmarks Saving an attachment Replying and Forwarding The following describes basic operations and useful tips when replying and forwarding. Basic Operations The basic operations for replying and forwarding are shown below: To Reply to a Received Message Start the message function Display the received message...
  • Page 87 Select message Display Reply Message Input the message text Input the subject Send the message To Forward a Received Message Start the message function Display the received message to forward Select the message Display Forward Do this Select and display the message to reply to. Press the SK2 (Submenu) key, select Reply, and select the message type from Text Message, Multimedia Message and Video Message.
  • Page 88 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 Replying to a message with multiple addressees Message Do this...
  • Page 89: Java

    Java™ You can run Java™ application programs downloaded through the browser. Java™ is only available in the 3G mode. The following menus are provided: • Applications • Set Backlight • Set Downl. Display • Current Settings • Reset Settings Applications (press "MENU"...
  • Page 90 Application Menu screen: Item Edit application name Display info Check for update Delete Delete All Pressing the SK2 (Menu) key from the Titles screen will display the following items on the Title Menu screen: Item Edit title Display title info Set Backlight (press "MENU"...
  • Page 91: Settings

    Reset Settings (press "MENU" key hold "Enter" key in standby mode You can reset the settings to the default settings. Settings e606 function settings can be changed from Settings. The following menus are provided: • Phone • VT Settings •...
  • Page 92: Phone

    → select “Phone“) Description Turns the quality alarm on/off. This function notifies possible call disconnection when e606 moves to a weak signal reception area while talking. Alarm: None: no alarm tone Alarm: High tone: notifies with a high-toned alarm sound Alarm: Low tone: notifies with a low-toned alarm sound Turns the any key answer function on/off.
  • Page 93: Vt Settings

    The position of the image captured by e606 on the display screen. Select from Normal and Lower. When this function is turned on, the captured image will be displayed in reverse.
  • Page 94: Profile

    Profile allows you to customise the handset operation mode to suit different situations: Normal, Meeting (quiet surroundings), Pocket (when carrying e606 in a pocket or a bag) and Car (while driving). To set a handset operation mode, press and hold Q key and select a mode.
  • Page 95: Time

    → select “Settings“ icon select “Display“) Description Adjusts e606’s display contrast levels from 1 (light) to 11 (dark). Selects the screen images. Standby Screen: Selects the standby screen image. Wake-up Screen: Selects the wake-up screen image displayed when e606 is turned on.
  • Page 96: Clock

    Date & Time Summer Time Settings Description Sets the character font for the e606 display. Font Switching: Selects the font type from Proportional or Fixed. Wordwrap Setting: Turns the wordwrap function on/off. This function sends the word on the line boundary to the next line.
  • Page 97: Security

    Start key, turning off the ringtune by the CLR key, rejecting a call by the End key, pressing and holding the End key to turn e606 on/ off, earpiece volume control by the Up or Down key while talking, and turning off the alarm by any key.
  • Page 98: Services

    Service settings are set individually for 2G and 3G. If a setting is changed while e606 is in 3G mode, then the setting becomes valid for 3G. Not all Network Services may be available from 3.
  • Page 99 Item Description Call Barring Turns the call barring service on/off, makes an enquiry and displays the current service status. Services: All Outgoing>: BAOC (Call Barring of ALL Outgoing Calls service. Prohibits all outgoing calls except emergency calls) >International: BOIC (Call Barring of Outgoing International Calls.
  • Page 100 Item Diverts Call Rejection Owner Name (available only in 3G mode) Settings Description Registers and deletes call diverting destination phone number and service settings. Settings: On Busy: CFB (Call Forwarding when Busy. Forwards calls received while answering another call) No Answer: CFNRy (Call Forwarding on No Reply. Forwards calls when you cannot answer incoming calls.) Unconditional: CFU (Call Forwarding Unconditional.
  • Page 101: Provisioning

    Edits and sends Supplementary Service code to 3 to change service settings directly. The e606 recognises a string of keypad characters starting with Q or # and ending with a # as an SS code and sends it to 3. A maximum of 182 keypad characters (0-9, Q and #) can be used.
  • Page 102: Network

    When Manual is selected, a list of valid PLMNs will be displayed. Select a PLMN from the list. The e606 will try to establish a connection to that PLMN. When this connection is unsuccessful, a message requesting another selection will be displayed.
  • Page 103: Bluetooth

    Bluetooth™ (press the “Menu“ key Bluetooth allows you to display the paired device list and your handset’s address, set the connected device group and unused timer and turn the automatic device entry function on/off. Item Paired Device List → → select “Settings“...
  • Page 104: Other

    This function saves the generated information and the device’s information automatically to the paired device list. The next time e606 is connected to the device, you will be able to establish a connection without authentication (exchanging the Passkey). Note : If the authentication information is lost by the device on the paired device list for some reason, another exchange of the Passkey will be required.
  • Page 105: Multimedia

    You can also view images and listen to downloaded music. The list below shows valid file types, the number of files that can be stored in your e606, the maximum size of each file, and capacity.
  • Page 106: Video

    Make Video function. You can choose to play either a particular video on the Library or several videos saved in a Play List. The Library contains all videos stored in your e606. The Play List contains videos you have selected from the Library.
  • Page 107 Normal (image) The following settings can be changed: Zoom in or out Change camera direction Change image quality Set self-timer Display a mirror image Zoom (image) Do this Press the SK1 (Zoom/Normal) key. To change the setting before recording, press the SK2 (Submenu) key and select Camera Direction.
  • Page 108 file. Press the SK1 (OK) key to confirm, or the SK2 (Send) key to send the saved video as a Video message (Refer to To Write and Send a New Video Message on page 68 for details). To View Video You can play a video listed in the Library or videos saved in a Play List.
  • Page 109 Do any of the following: • Adjust volume level • Seek forward/backward • Skip forward/backward in a Play List • Pause video • Stop video To Edit a Video File Select the video file or Play List you want to edit and press the SK2 (Submenu) key. The following submenus are provided for the Library: Item Edit Album Name...
  • Page 110 Item Edit title Edit List Delete Delete All To Change Settings Select Settings on the Video screen. You can change the following settings: Item Camera Direction Image Quality Multimedia Description Edits the title. Edits the Play List. On the Edit List screen, select the video file you want to move, insert, or delete, and press the SK2 (Submenu) key.
  • Page 111: Image

    Item Mirror Image Camera Zoom Image → (press "MENU" key select “Multimedia” The Image feature has the following items. Item Take Photo Viewer Settings To Take Photo Select Take Photo from the Image screen. Press the Enter key to take a photo. When the self-timer is turned on, a photo is taken after the set time.
  • Page 112 Change image quality Set self-timer Display a mirror image Change picture size The handset generates a message indicating that the captured image is saved as a file. Press the SK1 (OK) key to confirm, or the SK2 (Send) key to send the saved image as a Multimedia message (Refer to To Write and Send a New Multimedia Message on page 67 for details).
  • Page 113 Select Viewer Select an image To Send or Edit an Image File Select Viewer from the Image screen. Select the image file you want to edit and press the SK2 (Submenu) key. The following submenus are provided: Item Send image Edit title Delete Delete All...
  • Page 114: Audio Player

    Item Mirror Image Camera Zoom Picture Size Audio Player (press "MENU" key The Audio Player feature allows you to play AAC or WMA audio files downloaded from a browser. You can choose to play either a particular audio file on the Library or several audio files saved in a Play List. You can create 7 Play Lists, each containing up to 20 files, with the total not exceeding 100 files.
  • Page 115 Do any of the following: • Adjust volume level • Seek forward/backward Skip forward/backward in a Play List Repeat playing file(s) in a Play List Pause audio Stop audio Press the Up and Down keys. To seek forward or backward in a file, press and hold the Right or Left key.
  • Page 116 Select the audio file or Play List you want to edit and press the SK2 (Submenu) key. The following submenus are provided for the Library: Item Edit Album Name Edit Title Edit Artist Name Delete Delete All The following submenus are provided for the Play List: Item Edit Title Edit List...
  • Page 117: Voice Recorder

    Press the Enter key to start recording. Accessories You can use your e606 as a calendar with appointments and to do tasks, as an alarm clock, calculator, etc. which can be used at work or home. There are seven features available in the Accessories: •...
  • Page 118 • Switch between weekly calendar and monthly calendar • Display all schedules for a selected icon • Display number of calendar entries To Add a New Schedule To add a new schedule, press the SK1 (Create) key from the Month View or Week View screen. Set date and time Set repeat setting Set clock alarm tune...
  • Page 119 A schedule alarm icon corresponding to the selected icon will appear on your e606 at the set date and time. Press the SK1 (Select) key or Enter key to end the editing. The Day View screen shows all the schedules set for the date.
  • Page 120 Appointment Meal Doctor Date Train Journey Private Travel Useful Tips You can use an old appointment as a template to create a new appointment. Select a date from the Month View or Week View screen and press the Enter key. The Day View screen shows all the schedules set for the selected date.
  • Page 121 You may wish to edit an appointment, for example, by changing the time or contents. Select a date Select a schedule Edit the schedule To Delete a Schedule You can delete a particular schedule, all schedules up to the day before the selected date or all schedules. The following describes the basic operations of schedule deletion.
  • Page 122: Todo

    ToDo → (press "MENU" key select “Accessories” This feature allows you to set up ToDo tasks that should be finished by a certain date. You can save up to 100 ToDo entries, together with their calendar entries. To Add a New ToDo Task To add a new ToDo task, press the SK2 (Submenu) key from ToDo List and select New Entry.
  • Page 123: Alarm Clock

    Alarm Clock (press "MENU" key You can use e606 as your alarm clock which rings and vibrates at a specific time, even if the power is off. (Ringer volume level and vibrate depend on the settings used in the selected profile.) To Set an Alarm You can set only one time.
  • Page 124: Calculator

    You can cancel an alarm clock setting, change setting time, etc. To edit your alarm clock setting, press the SK1 (Edit) key and edit. Calculator (press "MENU" key e606 has a built-in calculator, which can add, subtract, divide and multiply. Use the following keys: • Use Right key as + key •...
  • Page 125: Currency Calculation

    Enter 10 Get the answer Clear the display Currency Calculation tion”) This feature allows you to convert an amount of money in one currency to another currency by using the exchange rate which is built in or which you enter. To Convert one Currency to Another In this example, we are going to convert 100 Pounds to Euro.
  • Page 126: Voice Notes

    The Voice Notes feature allows you to record a short audio message (up to 20 seconds) in the standby mode or during a call. You can use a voice note to temporarily store phone numbers, addresses or reminders. Only one voice note can be saved in e606. To Record a Voice Note...
  • Page 127: Text Notes

    Select deleting voice note Delete Text Notes (press "MENU" key The Text Notes feature allows you to keep notes and other useful information, such as agendas and minutes of meetings, shopping lists and other items you need not forget. You can save up to 5 text notes. To Create a New Text Note Select a vacant entry Enter a text message...
  • Page 128: User Data

    Contacts manages the list of contact entries: registered names, phone numbers and email addresses. From this menu, you can select the e606 or the USIM card contact list to use as a default, search through the entries by different keys, and put the entries into categories (e.g. Work, Family, Friends, etc.). Refer to Contacts on page 29 for details on the contact list related menus.
  • Page 129: Calls Received

    Calls Received (press the “Menu“ key Calls Received displays the last 20 received calls in a list. To make a call, select the item and press the Start key (to make a video call, press the SK1 (Video) key). The following submenus are provided: Item Add to Contacts Write message...
  • Page 130: Used Memory

    Select the title on the mailer and press the SK2 (Submenu) key and select Save attachment. Total data size of 340KB in 10KB/20KB ringtune files can be saved in the e606 memory. (e.g. ten 10KB files and twelve 20KB files) To Play a Registered Ringtune Select the title and press the SK1 (Start) key.
  • Page 131: Data Transfer

    (press the “Menu” key The contact list and Text message data saved in the e606 (phone) and the USIM card can be moved or copied between each other. Upon activation of transfer operation, the power level is checked: if the level is 0 or 1, this operation cannot be activated.
  • Page 132 All. To cancel the selection, press the SK2 (Submenu) key and select Delete All. To move: Press the SK1 (Move) key. The selected contact entries are moved to the USIM card or the e606 memory. To copy: Press the SK2 (Submenu) key and select Start Copy [1 item] (the first...
  • Page 133 To move: Press the SK1 (Move) key. The selected Text message is moved to the USIM card or the e606 memory. To copy: Press the SK2 (Submenu) key and select Start Copy. The selected Text messages are copied to the USIM card or the e606 memory.
  • Page 134: To/from Pc

    (press the” Menu” key By connecting the e606 and a PC with an USB cable, data can be copied between the e606 and the PC. Between e606 and the PC, the following data can be transferred: contact list data (vcf), calendars (vcs), ringtunes (mid), video clips (mp4), audio files (aac/wma), image files (jpg, gif, png, bmp), and voice data (amr).
  • Page 135: Shortcut Keys

    Shortcut Keys Shortcut keys can help you easily access certain functions. The table below lists the shortcut keys and their functions available in different modes of operation. In the table, "long" means pressing and holding of a key. Mode On standby Function Message Contacts...
  • Page 136 Mode While dialing Shortcut Keys Function Calls the number (video) Save contacts Category list of the contacts Down Alphabetical list of the contacts Triangle 3 sites Triangle (long) Switches to 3G mode Note : Available only when Dual USIM is inserted and when 2G is selected by Auto Selection MENU...
  • Page 137 Mode While receiving MENU MENU (long) Start End (long) Other than above During a call Up (long) Down Down (long) Left Right Triangle Triangle (long) MENU MENU (long) End (long) 0 (long) Function Answers the call Submenu Displays Menu Switches tasks (when multi-task activated) Answers the call Rejects a call Rejects a call and turns power off...
  • Page 138 Mode Text entry using multitap mode (standby) Text entry using multitap mode (while entering) Shortcut Keys Function Start Switches to the T9® mode Discards the text End (long) Turns power off Deletes one character C (long) Deletes one or more characters Inserts a space 0-9 (long) Enters 0-9...
  • Page 139 Mode (continued) Text entry using multitap mode (while entering) Text entry using Start T9® mode (standby) End (long) C (long) 0-9 (long) Q (long) Text entry using T9® mode Start (while entering) End (long) C (long) 0-9 (long) Function Decides the character and switches to the symbol mode Switches to the numeric mode Discards the text...
  • Page 140 Mode Text entry using numeric mode Shortcut Keys Function Start Switches to the T9® mode Discards the text End (long) Turns power off Deletes one character C (long) Deletes one or more characters Inserts a space 0 (long) Inserts + Q (long) Inserts ? (when ? can be entered) or ends the numeric mode (when ? cannot be entered)
  • Page 141: Index

    Index Accessories 106 Alarm 107 Alarm clock 112 All incoming 88 Any key answer 15, 53 Area mode 91 Audio player 103 Auto-answer 83 Backlight 22, 79, 83 Backspace mode 27, 29 BAIC 88 BAOC 88 Bar Calls In 88 Bar Calls Out 88 Battery 6 BIC-Roam 88...
  • Page 142 Data transfer 120 Delete mode 27, 29 Direct input service 90 DTMF 17 Earpiece volume 17 External connect 60 Filter list 112 Font 85 Host APN 90 HTTP proxy 90 Icon 31, 50, 108, 109 Image 38, 41, 44, 48, 68, 82, 94, 100 Image quality 22, 83, 96, 99, 101, 102 Indicator 30, 33, 83 Insert mode 27, 29...
  • Page 143 Owner Info 117 Owner name 89 Pause dial 12, 82 Password 90 Phone 81 ALS line 10, 82 Any key answer 15, 53, 81 Earphone 9, 81 Pause dial 12, 82 Quality alarm 81 Phone to USIM 121, 122 Picture position 82 Picture size 100 PIN 8, 86 Play list 95, 97, 98, 103, 105, 105...
  • Page 144 Start-up lock 86 Summer time 85 Task menu 45 Text edit 26 Delete/backspace mode 27 Insert/overwrite mode 27 new line 27 Shift/Caps mode 26 Text entry 23 Copy and paste 27 Cut and paste 28 Multitap 24 Numeric 25 Symbol 26 T9™...
  • Page 145 UK v6.0 MDY-000016-EAA0 Apr 2003 6 edition...
  • Page 146 Copyright © 2002 NEC Corporation. All rights reserved. Copyright © 2002 NEC Corporation. All rights reserved. NEC is a registered trademark of NEC Corporation, Japan. NEC is a registered trademark of NEC Corporation, Japan.

Comments to this Manuals

Symbols: 0
Latest comments: