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    N411i_StarHub_v1.2_English_master Software version: FADD0C0N_C34 Personalization: 34_002_SI_FADD0C0N_N411i.ini...

  • Page 2: Emergency Services And Safety Precautions I

    • Emergency Services and Safety The earpiece may become warm during normal use and the unit itself may become warm during charging. • Precautions Use a damp or anti-static cloth to clean the phone. Do NOT use a dry cloth or electrostatically charged cloth.

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    Third Party Equipment Radio communications (Electromagnetic Radiation Human Exposure) Standard 2003, The use of third party equipment, cables or accessories, not made or authorized by NEC, Australian Communications Media Authority. may invalidate the warranty of your cellphone and also adversely affect the phone’s Declaration of Conformity •...

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    ® The Bluetooth word mark and logos are owned by the Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by NEC is under license. Other trademarks and trade names are those of their respective owners. • This product contains ACCESS CO., LTD's IrFront® Infrared communication software.

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    Before You Start User’s manual conventions The instructions in this user’s manual make use of the shortcuts selection except special cases. The following markers are used throughout the user’s manual to attract your attention: This type of paragraph will contain details of where to find information related to the topic in question. This type of paragraph will contain information worth noting.

  • Page 6: Display Information

    Display information Menu title Status bar area Desktop icon area Shortcut This area contains icons This area contains the menu number which indicate the battery automatically displayed The current strength, new SMS/MMS and the manually created menu number message(s), signal desktop icons.

  • Page 7: Parts And Functions

    Parts and functions Speaker Earpiece 2nd-LCD Main-LCD LED/Light Camera Through-hole for straps Select ( ) key Earphone jack cover 4 way navigation ( ) key Softkey 1 (SK1) Softkey 2 (SK2) Side up key MENU ( ) key Phonebook ( ) key Celar (CLR)/Back key Side down key...

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    Keypad shortcuts The following operations are available from the standby screen. Operation that involves pressing a key Operation that involves pressing and holding a key page page Accessing the Main menu screen Setting/Cancelling the Side key lock Accessing the Mail screen Accessing the Inbox screen Accessing the i-mode menu screen Accessing the Java™...

  • Page 9: Lcd And Displayed Icons

    LCD and displayed icons Main-LCD This yellow icon blinks while a mail/MMS is being downloaded. Indicates the signal strength level. Indicates that the memory for mail/MMS is full. Appears when you are outside the service area. (red, green/red, green) Network name (indicated in orange when using roaming service) Indicates that new voice mail messages are on the network (No ALS or ALS Line 1/ALS Line 1...

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    2nd-LCD Indicates the video is played in normal/enlarged Indicates that the help display is available by screen size. pressing when using SIM toolkit. Displays the current volume level. The 0 is mute Indicates that a Java™ application is in and 9 is the maximum. operation.

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    Indicates the signal strength level. Appears when you are outside the service area. Indicates that the phone is in the Meeting/Pocket/ Car mode. No icon appears for the Normal mode. <When 2nd-LCD is used as the camera view finder screen> 9 10 11 Indicates the battery level.

  • Page 12: Overview Of Menu Function

    Overview of menu function Standby screen Main menu screen The Main menu has a set of icons for its top levels of options which can be selected either ➡ ➡ using a combination of the 4-way navigation key (▲ ▼ ) and (menu selection), or just the keypad (shortcuts selection).

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    Getting Started Basic Calls & Phone Use Text Entry Desktop icons Settings (M1) Message (M2) i-mode (M3) Phonebook (M4) Camera (M5) My data (M6) Java™ (M7) Accessory (M8) Bluetooth (M891) IR Data Exchange Index...

  • Page 14: Table Of Contents

    Emergency Services and Safety Precautions Call transfer..............10 Multi-party calls .............. 10 Before You Start Recording a call ............. 11 Scratchpad number............11 User’s manual conventions..........iv Call options (M43)............11 Display information ............v Call settings (M16) ............13 Parts and functions ............

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    Message (M2) File selector Options menu ..........67 Java™ (M7) Message overview ............29 Reading a message (M21) ..........30 Programs (M71)............. 70 Creating a message............34 Prog backlight (M72)............71 Cell broadcast (M27) ............. 35 Accessory (M8) i-mode (M3) MP3 player (M81) ............

  • Page 16: Getting Started

    Getting Started Preparing the phone Before trying to use your phone, make sure that a valid Subscriber Identity Module (SIM) card is inserted and the battery is charged. SIM card Before using your phone, you must sign-up with one of the digital network service providers. In addition to your subscription details you will receive a personal SIM (Subscriber Identity Module) card which is inserted into your phone.

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    Slots Finger tab Tabs Battery Rear cover Holder About 3 mm About 3 mm Check that there is no gap SIM card between the rear cover and the phone body. If the SIM card is not fully inserted when the battery is replaced, damage to the SIM card can occur. If the SIM card is already fitted, see “Start-up”...

  • Page 18: Charging The Battery

    Charging the battery Before trying to use your phone, insert the phone’s battery, and connect the NEC battery charger (AC adapter) supplied with your phone to a suitable mains power socket. ☛ Pull open the charger connector cover gently. Be careful when handling the charger connector cover. Do not pull strongly.

  • Page 19: Standby And Talk Times

    IMPORTANT BATTERY CHARGING INFORMATION Charging a very low battery The battery’s charge continues to drop after the low battery warning is displayed. In extreme cases where the battery is left uncharged for some considerable time after this warning, a trickle charge is used to slowly top-up the battery to the safe level at which the fast charging can begin. The phone can be in trickle charge for a few minutes before the fast charging starts.

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    If your phone is accidentally turned off while downloading or deleting Java™ application, it will take longer than usual to start up the phone the next time you turn on the power. Switching the phone off ☛ Hold down until the display shows the switch off message. PIN code The SIM card issued by your service provider has a security feature called PIN code protection.

  • Page 21: Basic Calls & Phone Use

    Basic Calls & Phone Use Making basic calls You make a simple call in the same way as you would with a normal phone, except that you need to press after entering the area Subscriber Trunk Dialling (STD) code and the phone number. To make international calls, you must first enter the international dialling code (see page 14). Use the full STD area code even if you are calling to a person in the same town.

  • Page 22: Unsuccessful Calls

    the screen will give a message that the caller’s number is being withheld. If the origin of the call cannot be determined, no information is displayed on the screen. You also have options for holding and forwarding calls. These options depend on your network and your subscription arrangements. Accepting an incoming call ☛...

  • Page 23: Last Number Redial

    Last number redial You can redial the last number you called. ☛ Ensure that the standby screen is displayed and no phone number is shown ➔ twice to dial the last number you called. See also: “Call options (M43)” on page 11. One-touch dial One-touch dial for the phonebook (SIM) is available by pressing and holding the number keys between 2 and 9.

  • Page 24: Options Menu (during A Call)

    ☛ Within 4 seconds, say the word or words you have recorded to identify the record you wish to recall. If the word or words were recognized, the first phone number of the personal data stored in the phonebook (Phone) will be called automatically. Options menu (during a call) ☛...

  • Page 25: Call Transfer

    The mute function is not available while using the headset. Call transfer When you have an active call and a held call, you can transfer the call and connect the two parties, then you can drop from the line while leaving those two calls active.

  • Page 26: Recording A Call

    ☛ To disconnect a specific party on a multi-party call, highlight the party you wish to disconnect ➔ You can disconnect a specific party on the multi-party calls only when you are a host of the multi-party calls. Multi-party call facilities are network dependent. Recording a call You can record the conversation during the call.

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    No. Call options Charge info Displays the charge information (Advice of Charge - AoC). The AoC facility is SIM card and network dependent. To reset the display to zero, set the maximum charges or edit the unit price, you may be prompted to enter the PIN2 code.

  • Page 28: Call Settings (m16)

    No. Missed calls/Received calls/Dialled calls Options menu Add desktop icon Creates a desktop icon of the selected number. Items/Page Selects either to display 4 or 8 phone numbers in one screen. Depending on the conditions, some options may be displayed in gray and not be available. Call settings (M16) From the Calls screen, you can change various call settings: the call diversion, call waiting and holding, auto redial and line identification.

  • Page 29: International Dialling Codes

    Call waiting and holding (M162) This facility informs you that another call is being made to your phone while an existing call is in progress. Setting up call waiting ☛ ➔ 1 6 2 1 1 to activate, 1 2 to deactivate the call waiting, or 2 to check the status of call waiting. Using call waiting ☛...

  • Page 30: Roaming

    Roaming You will be charged for calls forwarded to you while roaming. The roaming facility enables you to use your phone in many parts of the world and pay all charges through your normal service provider. Your network operator usually has agreements with named networks in other countries so that automatic roaming can take place with these named networks. The phone also allows you to set network preferences of your own.

  • Page 31: Text Entry

    Text Entry This section describes how you enter text. Mode change ☛ With a text entry screen displayed, SK1 to change the text entry mode. Depending on the Language setting (see “Language” on page 23 for details) the type of text input mode you can use varies: ®...

  • Page 32: Normal Text Input

    Function 0 to 9 (press and hold) Inserts the number. Deletes any character. Toggles between lower case, shift (upper case for one letter) and caps lock (permanent upper case). (press and hold) Press and hold to activate the highlight mode (see “Highlight mode” on page 35 for details). Activates symbol mode when no word is highlighted.

  • Page 33: T9 ® Chinese Stroke Input

    ® Chinese Stroke input ® ☛ With a text entry screen displayed, SK1 until the entry mode is T9 Chinese Stroke input. ☛ to toggle Radical mode on/off. (If ON, an indication appears in the stroke bar.) ☛ Press 1 to 6 to add a stroke to the stroke bar, and display candidate characters. ☛...

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    ® (permanent upper case). When a text entry screen is displayed, pressing SK1 enables you to select Normal text input (ABC), T9 Text input (T9) or Numeric input (123). Depending on the types of text entry screens, not all types of text entry modes are available. Symbol mode In the symbol mode, pressing each key will input a symbol according to its position on the Symbols screen.

  • Page 35: Desktop Icons

    Desktop icons Desktop icons are shortcuts to functions or items. You can activate a desktop icon on the standby screen (desktop) in stead of following the menu and pressing the shortcut numbers. The desktop icons are displayed in two rows on the standby screen. See “LCD and displayed icons” on page viii for the actual location of the desktop icon area.

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    Creating a desktop icon manually ☛ Highlight the required function (Camera/Video/MP3 player/Calculator/Clock alarm/Scheduler/ToDo list/Notepad/Voice memo/Currency/Bluetooth) or display the item (image file/note file/phone number/Email address/URL). ☛ For functions, SK1 ☛ For items, to display the Options menu and select Add desktop icon (for an image/note file, this menu is under Use item) For Camera/Video/MP3 player, you can also display the Options menu and select Add desktop icon (for Camera/Video, this menu is under Other settings).

  • Page 37: Settings (m1)

    Settings (M1) Phone (M11) ☛ No. Phone 1 Voice volume Adjusts the sound volume output from the earpiece. ☛ Use ▲ ▼, Side keys or alphanumeric keys (0 to 9) to adjust the volume. You can also press the Side keys to display the volume control screen and to adjust the volume setting. During a call, you can press the Side keys to adjust the setting of the volume as required.

  • Page 38: Phone Modes (m12)

    No. Phone 5 Clock 1 Show clock Sets to display the local time, both the local and remote times or no time on the main-LCD. 2 Set time Sets the time for the local or remote time. 3 Set date Sets the date.

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    For any volume setting, use ▲ ▼, Side keys or alphanumeric keys (0 to 9). When you change this setting while a headset is connected, the changed volume will be valid only when you have a headset connected. No. Phone mode setting Ringer Selects the Sound or Video for incoming calls.

  • Page 40: Main-lcd (m13)

    Main-LCD (M13) ☛ No. Main-LCD Greetings Selects the greeting which is displayed on the main-LCD during phone start-up from No greeting, Text or Animation. ☛ If you select Text greeting, SK1 to edit the greeting text. Key in a greeting text and Wallpaper Selects a picture or video file to use as the background for the main-LCD.

  • Page 41: Calls (m16)

    No. Power saving Function key LED Selects whether to flash the LED of SK1 and SK2 when the main-LCD and its backlight are turned off. If the selected mode is Car mode or the camera view finder screen is displayed, the main-LCD backlight will always be on.

  • Page 42: Network (m18)

    No. Security Change PINs Changes the PIN or PIN2 code (PIN activate setting must be turned on to change the PIN code). PIN activate Turns on/off the PIN code entry required at starting up the phone. Change Changes the security code which is used to set some of functions and unlock the Personal Information Manager (PIM) security code features.

  • Page 43

    • Settings: Set time for Local time, Set date, Language, all settings in Calls other than Auto redial, all Security settings other than Change security code, SIM list settings in Network. • Call options: Information in Charge info. • Phonebook: All Phonebook entries. The settings for Groups. •...

  • Page 44: Message (m2)

    Message (M2) Message overview Message services Your phone supports the following messaging services: • Short Messaging Service (SMS) allows you to send short messages (160 half-pitch characters max.) to one or more phone numbers. To send an SMS message, the destination phone number must be a mobile phone with an SMS service subscription. SMS service also supports Enhanced Messaging Service (EMS) for which the maximum length of the message you can send depends on the number of linked messages (maximum of 10 linked messages are available).

  • Page 45: Reading A Message (m21)

    No. Message screen menu (Continued) 5, 6 Folder1/Folder2 The messages moved by Move msg (see “Message list Options menu” on page 31) are stored here. The received broadcast messages are saved. See “Cell broadcast (M27)” on page 35 for details. If there is no message in a message list, the list will be displayed in gray and you cannot select it.

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    Message Options menu (M2M) ☛ or press and hold then No. Message Options menu SMS settings SMS centre Edits the SMS centre number (this number is saved in the SIM card). Turns on/off the automatic display function that displays the received SMS messages Auto display automatically.

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    No. Message list Options menu (Continued) Forward Forwards the message text of the highlighted message. Msgs/page Selects either to display 3 or 7 messages in one screen. Move msg Moves the highlighted message to Inbox or Folder1/2, or copies to SIM or Phone. Sort msg Sorts the messages by date, name, read/unread status or size.

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    No. Message view Options menu (Continued) Add desktop icon Creates a desktop icon of the sender or recipient of the highlighted message. Depending on the conditions, some options may be displayed in gray and not be available. The reply facility uses the phone number of the person who sent the message. The Save object Options menu will be displayed only if an object is highlighted.

  • Page 49: Creating A Message

    Creating a message ☛ To display the Message composer screen, 2 and SK1, or press and hold Help area then SK1 This area contains the ☛ To address the message, highlight the To field ➔ ➔ Input the required phone information on the message.

  • Page 50: Cell Broadcast (m27)

    Message edit Options menu ☛ 2 and SK1 or press and hold then SK1 ➔ Highlight To or Message field ➔ ➔ No. Message edit Options menu Text colour Selects the colour of text and background. Text format Selects the font size (small, normal or large) and font style (bold, italics, underline or strikethrough). Text alignment Sets the text alignment (left, centred or right).

  • Page 51: I-mode (m3)

    i-mode (M3) Using your phone’s browser facility, you can enjoy i-mode services such as browsing information on i-mode sites (programs) and other Internet web pages, and sending/receiving i-mode messages which include the mail and MMS (including attachment). You can download melody files, images, animations, videos and Java™ applications to your phone’s memory. Some files with restrictions cannot be saved to your phone's memory, even though they can be downloaded and played or displayed.

  • Page 52

    Action Procedure ☛ Returning to the previous screen/ While connecting to i-mode, to return to the previous screen (if any), or to move forward to the moving forward to the next screen next screen (if any). Mail/MMS ☛ ➔ Create a mail 1 (for details, see “Creating a new mail”...

  • Page 53

    To delete an already attached file, highlight the attachment field ➔ ➔ Delete attachment To preview the attached file, highlight the attachment field ➔ ➔ Play/View file You can attach files up to 299 KB in total, or 10 files. ☛...

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    No. Compose menu options (Continued) – Set Fit mode Selects the size in which the image/video is displayed. This setting will be applied to all the slides. 1 Hidden Displays the image/video in the actual size. 2 Fill Displays the image/video in the reduced size so that the height and width fit into the image/video display area.

  • Page 55: I-mode Screen

    No. Edit menu options (Continued) – Add To/Cc/Bcc Adds a To/Cc/Bcc field. – Change to To/Cc/Bcc Changes the highlighted Cc/Bcc/To field to a To/Cc/Bcc field. – Del. address Deletes a destination field. – Attach header/sign. Attaches a stored opening sentence at the start or a stored signature at the end of the text. –...

  • Page 56: I-mode Menu Screen

    No. i-mode screen menus (Continued) Settings Ringer time Sets the ringtone duration to 3-10 seconds for incoming mail/MMS. Connection No. Selects the connection number settings to use. The following settings are available: 1 Factory setting Uses the default connection numbers. User setting 1/2 Uses and changes the following settings.

  • Page 57

    No. i-mode menu screen menus (Sheet 2 of 4) Bookmarks Displays the list of bookmarked web pages. Bookmarks options menu Open Displays the highlighted bookmark. Copy address Copies the highlighted bookmark URL. Edit title Edits the title of the highlighted bookmark. Add desktop icon Creates a desktop icon of the URL of the selected bookmark.

  • Page 58

    No. i-mode menu screen menus (Sheet 3 of 4) Saved pages Displays the list of saved pages. Saved pages are stored in your phone memory so you can see them offline. Saved pages list Options menu Open Displays the current saved page. Edit title Edits the title of the current saved page.

  • Page 59: Imenu Screen

    No. i-mode menu screen menus (Sheet 4 of 4) Settings Set homepage Validates the homepage and sets the URL. (Continued) You can display the homepage by pressing and holding from the standby screen. Video auto play Sets whether to play a video file automatically after the download is completed. Check settings Displays all the options set for the settings (browser).

  • Page 60: Mail Screen

    If you agree to send private information (e.g. production serial No. and SIM No.) to the IPs via the Internet, it may be obtained by others. Pressing CLR or may not bring back the previous screen. Screen operations depend on the current screen content. Mail screen From the Mail screen you can use the i-mode message services.

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    No. Mail screen menus (Sheet 2 of 5) Inbox Displays the list of received mail/MMS. Inbox list Options menu – Show all Displays all the received mail/MMS. – Show unread Displays only the unread mail/MMS. – Show read Displays only the read mail/MMS. –...

  • Page 62

    No. Mail screen menus (Sheet 3 of 5) Inbox (Continued) – Copy subject Copies the desired subject text. – Copy address Copies the desired address. – Play attachment Plays the attachment content based on the content setting. Play attachment Options menu 1 Copy text Copies the text data on the slide.

  • Page 63

    No. Mail screen menus (Sheet 4 of 5) Sent mail Displays the list of sent mail/MMS. Sent mail list Options menu – Title sort Sorts the sent mail/MMS by their titles. – Address sort Sorts the sent mail/MMS by their first destination addresses. –...

  • Page 64: I-mode Glossary

    No. Mail screen menus (Sheet 5 of 5) Mail settings Changes the mail settings. 1 Edit header Edits the header to be added at the beginning of a mail, and sets whether to add it automatically. ☛ Highlight the checkbox ➔...

  • Page 65

    Term Definition Mail Mail is the messaging service of i-mode. You can not only exchange messages with other cellphones, but also with PCs, PDAs, etc. Multimedia Messaging Service lets you send messages with image/video/sound files attached. The MMS type message is also referred to as an MMS.

  • Page 66: Phonebook (m4)

    Phonebook (M4) Phonebook types Your phone can have up to 7 directories stored on your SIM card and in your phone memory: Complete (a list of all the numbers stored in the ADN and FDN), personal directories (ADN) in the SIM card, personal directories (ADN) in the phone memory, Service Dialling Numbers (SDN), Fixed Dialling Numbers (FDN), Own number and Voice mail number.

  • Page 67: Accessing Your Phonebook (m4)

    Phonebook list screen Personal data screen Abbreviated dialing number (ADN) Abbreviated dialing number (ADN) Accessing your phonebook (M4) You can store personal information in the phonebook of your phone or your SIM card. Displaying a personal data (M41) ☛ 4 1 and the appropriate key for the desired directory or until the required directory is displayed ➔...

  • Page 68

    No. Phonebook list Options menu Copy Copies personal data to another phonebook (see “Copying and moving personal data” on page 56 for details). Current copy Copies the currently highlighted personal data. Package copy Copies the selected data in the list. Move Moves the currently highlighted personal data to SIM, Phone, FDN, Own number or Voice mail number.

  • Page 69

    No. Phonebook list Options menu Sort Sorts the personal data in the order of alphabets or location number. Sorting may take time depending on the number of personal data entries, the number of characters contained in each entry and the type of language. Alphabetic Sorts the personal data alphabetically.

  • Page 70

    Editing an existing personal data ☛ 4 1 and the appropriate key for the desired directory or until the required directory is displayed ➔ Highlight the required personal data ➔ For the phonebook (SIM) and FDN, only the name, phone number and the location number can be added or edited in the following procedures. For the own number and voice mail number settings, only the name and phone number can be added or edited in the following procedures.

  • Page 71: Personal Data Options Menu

    See also: “Pictures (M63)” on page 65. Allocating sound/video as a ringer You can set a sound or video as a ringer for an incoming call. When a video is set, a movie is displayed on the screen with the sound. ☛...

  • Page 72: Voice Mail (m417)

    No. Personal data Options menu (Continued) Copy Copies the selected phone number(s)/Email address(es). ☛ Press the appropriate key for the desired destination (SIM, Phone, FDN, Own number or Voice mail number) ➔ ➔ Key in the desired location number Move Moves the currently highlighted personal data.

  • Page 73: Camera (m5)

    Camera (M5) Camera function enables you to take pictures or record videos and save them as Joint Photographic Expert Group (JPEG) files and 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) files respectively. You can enjoy the picture and video files in many ways: send them attached to an MMS or mail, set a picture file as the wallpaper for your phone, etc.

  • Page 74: Taking A Picture (m51)

    Users are also asked to note that the transfer of images protected under copyright laws is only permissible within the restrictions imposed by those copyright laws. Be considerate of other people’s privacy when you take a picture or record a video using the camera of your phone and send it to others. Taking a picture (M51) ☛...

  • Page 75

    No. Camera Options menu (before taking a picture) (Continued) Effect Applies special effect to the picture. Select from Off, Sepia, Monochrome, or Negative film. Photo size Sets the picture size to Sub-QCIF (128x96), QCIF (176x144), Main-LCD (176x220), CIF (352x288), VGA (640x480) or SXGA (1280x1024).

  • Page 76: Recording A Video (m52)

    Camera Options menu (after taking a picture) No. Camera Options menu (after taking a picture) Save current Saves the currently displayed picture in the folder selected as Save in setting. In Burst mode, only the highlighted picture is saved. Save all Saves all pictures taken in Burst mode.

  • Page 77

    You can discard the recorded video by pressing or CLR. ☛ To save the recorded video, . The recorded video is saved as a 3GPP file in the Videos - My movies folder in My data (see page 64). Pressing # before/while playing a video file will enlarge the replay screen size, and pressing # will return the screen size to normal for Sub-QCIF only.

  • Page 78

    No. Video recorder Options menu (before recording a video) Other settings Add desktop icon: Creates a desktop icon of the video function on the standby screen. Save in: Selects the folder (preset or created) where the recorded video will be saved. Light: Turns the light on or off.

  • Page 79: My Data (m6)

    My data (M6) Using My data, you can playback sound and MP3 files, or display pictures and videos downloaded from the Internet or captured with the camera function of your phone. Videos (M61) In the following section, how to playback video files (videos) stored in your phone is described. You can either record videos using your phone, download them from the Internet, receive them attached to messages.

  • Page 80: Rotating The Image

    If you wish to move to another hierarchy folder, use Operations while playing sound ☛ To stop, SK2 ☛ To adjust the volume, Side keys. ☛ To replay the previous/next file, ▲ or ▼ Pictures (M63) The Pictures function allows you to display images and animations, which were obtained with the camera function of your phone, received as a file attached to MMS messages, or downloaded from the Internet.

  • Page 81

    If you wish to preview the highlighted stamp, SK1. To display the previous/next stamp, ▲ or ▼. ☛ To apply a text stamp, 2 ➔ Key in the text ➔ ➔ The text stamp position is displayed in centre ☛ ➔...

  • Page 82: Mp3 (m64)

    No. Print via USB Options menu File name Selects whether or not to print the file name on the paper. Date Selects whether or not to print the date on the paper. If you want to print multiple images on one sheet, set both the settings for Number of prints and N-up on Layout screen under Layout detail. For example, 4 for Number of prints and 2 for N-up will print 2 sheets with 2 half-sized images per sheet.

  • Page 83

    No. File Selector Options menu Use item (Videos) Set as ring tone: Sets the selected video to be the ringer tone. Set as wallpaper: Sets the selected video to be the main-LCD wallpaper. IR send: Sends the selected video through the IR port to other devices or a cellphone. Use item (Sounds) Set as ring tone: Sets the selected sound to be the ring tone.

  • Page 84

    No. File Selector Options menu Options Sorting order: Sorts the files by date, alphabetically, or Chinese stroke. Info column: Sets whether to display the column on the list screen, and the information to be shown there. None: No column showing Size: Approximate size of the file Type: File type You can also change the information on the column by pressing # without displaying the...

  • Page 85: Java™ (m7)

    Java™ (M7) You can download Java™ applications (games etc.) from i-mode sites and run them on your phone. Programs (M71) How to run software To run a software (Java™ application), perform the following. ☛ ➔ ➔ 7 1 or press and hold SK2 Highlight an application containing the software you want to run When you display the Java™...

  • Page 86: Prog Backlight (m72)

    No. Application menu Network connection Permits/prohibits the selected software to connect to the network or displays the confirmation message every time you start the selected software. Auto start setting Enables or disables the automatic start of a complying Java™ application. Depending on the conditions, some options may be displayed in gray and not be available.

  • Page 87: Accessory (m8)

    Accessory (M8) MP3 player (M81) This feature allows you to create a Playlist to play MP3 files in the order you desire. You can add MP3 files saved in your phone to the Playlist (see “MP3 (M64)” on page 67) or change the order of the MP3 files within the Playlist. ☛...

  • Page 88: Calculator (m82)

    Depending on the conditions, some options may be displayed in gray and not be available. Calculator (M82) You can perform addition, subtraction, multiplication and division with the calculator. It also has a memory function. ☛ The calculator can display a result of up to 9 digits. If a calculation results in a number exceeding the maximum, the screen displays error in the calculation field.

  • Page 89: Scheduler (m84)

    Clock alarm setting (Continued) Alarm repeat Selects alarm repeat for once, daily or day of the week. You can select more than one day of the week at the same time. You can remove the check by highlighting and pressing again.

  • Page 90

    If the phone has been switched off, the phone does not switch itself on to sound the reminder or vibrate at the specified time. You can stop the reminder tone or vibration by pressing any key. If the event is a private event, the reminder will sound at the specified time but the entered description will not be displayed. You are prompted to enter the security code to view the details of the private event.

  • Page 91: Todo List (m85)

    ToDo list (M85) This feature allows you to set up to 100 ToDo tasks that should be finished by a certain date. You can choose to display either all ToDo tasks, or those just finished or unfinished. Each task is identified by a description (of up to 256 characters) and its start/due date. Adding a new ToDo task ☛...

  • Page 92: Notepad (m86)

    D ToDo Options menu (Continued) Edit Edits the highlighted ToDo task (see “Adding a new ToDo task” on page 76, from the second step). – Delete Deletes ToDo task(s). Press the appropriate keys for the ToDo task category (the currently selected ToDo task, all the public/private ToDo tasks, all the completed public/private ToDo tasks or all the ToDo tasks) to delete.

  • Page 93: Voice Memo (m87)

    No. Notepad Options menu (Continued) Delete item Deletes the selected file or folder if it is unprotected. Delete all Deletes all the notes unprotected from the list. Copy item Copies the selected note. Copy all Copies all the notes. Move Moves the selected note or all the notes in the current folder to a folder.

  • Page 94: Currency (m88)

    No. Voice memo setting Play Plays a voice memo or recorded call. ☛ Highlight a voice memo ➔ to start playing and SK2 to stop playing. Speaker setting Selects between speaker and earpiece to play the voice memo. ☛ 1 for the Speaker, or 2 for the Earpiece. See also: “Sounds (M62)”...

  • Page 95: Synchronization (m80)

    ☛ 8 9 1 For details, see “Bluetooth (M891)” on page 81. Infrared (M892) ☛ 8 9 2 For details, see “IR Data Exchange” on page 84. Synchronization (M80) Synchronization function allows you to synchronize the data (phonebook, scheduler, ToDo list data) with PC application via the USB cable (option). This function can update such data between your phone and PC.

  • Page 96: Bluetooth (m891)

    Bluetooth (M891) Bluetooth function allows you to communicate with the external devices (PC, PDA, headset, hands-free kit, etc.). This function provides the following service: • Dial-up service - You can use your phone as a modem. • Headset/hands-free service - You can make/receive a call using a Bluetooth headset or hands-free kit. When using Bluetooth devices, always refer to their operation manual.

  • Page 97

    No. Bluetooth setting 2 Pair new device Registers the external Bluetooth devices. 1 Wait for connect Standby your phone to wait for other devices to search for it. Other Bluetooth devices can only detect your phone while your phone is displaying Wait for connect screen.

  • Page 98

    Using your phone as Bluetooth modem For details of dial-up connection settings, consult your Internet service provider. ☛ Pair the Bluetooth device and your phone beforehand (see “Pairing a Bluetooth device and your phone” on page 81) ☛ 8 9 1 ➔...

  • Page 99: Ir Data Exchange

    IR Data Exchange Your phone is equipped with an InfraRed (IR) data port which enables you to send and receive picture/sound/MP3/video/ToDo list/scheduler/phonebook/ note data with cellphones or other devices equipped with IR ports. Do not aim or direct the IR data port towards your or other people’s eyes when using IR data exchange. Do not aim or direct the IR data port towards another IR device as this may cause the device to malfunction.

  • Page 100: Ir Receive (m8921)

    Video/Sound/Picture/MP3 (M6...) ☛ 6 1 for Videos, 6 2 for Sounds, 6 3 for Pictures or 6 4 for MP3 ➔ Highlight a folder ➔ ➔ Highlight a file. ☛ ➔ 2 3 for Videos/Pictures, 2 4 for Sounds or 2 1 for MP3 The file will be sent through the IR port (see “My data (M6)”...

  • Page 101

    Your phone consumes a lot of battery power when used as a modem. After using your phone as a modem, be sure to deactivate the modem function from your PC or press (for the CSD connection only). When the modem function is deactivated, the idle screen will be displayed without the Infrared icon and GPRS icon.

  • Page 102: Index

    Index Numerics Call transfer Web page Call waiting and holding i-mode menu screen 2nd-LCD Fast dialling Camera i-mode operations 3GPP 27, 51 Recording a video i-mode screen 4 way navigation key Flicker control 60, 63 Taking a picture Inbox Fold answer Car mode Incoming call No.

  • Page 103

    Mail tone Own phone number display Service tone Mail tone volume Settings Unsuccessful calls Main menu Shortcuts selection User’s manual conventions Parts and functions Main menu style Side key lock Phone lock Main-LCD SIM card Phone modes Vibrator Making basic calls SIM card insertion Phonebook Video...

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