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   Summary of Contents for Vertu Constellation Quest RM-582V

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    Vertu Services 30 Reference Manual 3 Network destinations 31 Networks 3 User Assistance 32 Using your Vertu phone 4 SD card 32 Set up your device 7 Connecting to a PC 32 Vertu Startup Wizard 10 Vertu Wired Headset 33...

  • Page 2: Constellation Quest, Vertu Package Contents, Reference Manual, Networks

    Networks immediate access to information services. Your calendar, contacts and To use your Vertu phone you must subscribe to a service from a wireless tasks can be synchronised across multiple devices, ensuring all your data service provider. Your service provider will be able to tell you about the is kept up to date.

  • Page 3: Using Your Vertu Phone

    Using your Vertu phone Battery To start using your Vertu phone as quickly as possible, please read through WARNING: Never dispose of batteries in a fire. the following. Always dispose of batteries according to local regulations. Please recycle when possible. Do not dispose of batteries as a household waste.

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    Vertu phone layout - front Vertu phone layout - back...

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    Vertu phone - left and right view Keys Label No. Keys Microphone Call key Menu Calendar Left Select key Home key Earpiece My Key Right Select key Contacts Email End key Middle Select key Scroll keys (four way) QWERTY keyboard...

  • Page 6: Set Up Your Device

    Be careful when handling, inserting or removing the SIM card. Removing the back cover With the back of the Vertu phone facing you, lift the D-ring with your finger Inserting the SIM card nail. IMPORTANT: Always switch the phone off before inserting or Hold the D-ring between your thumb and forefinger and turn it anti- removing the USIM/SIM card.

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    Insert the SIM card into the SIM card tray, ensuring that the bevelled corner Inserting the memory card is located at the bottom right and the gold contact area is facing upwards. IMPORTANT: Always switch the phone off before inserting or removing a memory card.

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    Replacing the back cover Inserting the battery Place the two tabs at the base of the back cover in their corresponding NOTE: Ensure that the SIM and memory cards are seated slots in the body of the phone. correctly before replacing the battery. Lower the back cover into position and press gently until it clicks into place.

  • Page 9: Vertu Startup Wizard

    Keypad Lock Setting up your phone When your Vertu phone is switched on for the first time, you are taken through a few simple steps to set up your phone. Prior to the setup, you Power Key must insert a valid SIM in your Constellation Quest, and be in a location with cellular data connectivity.

  • Page 10: User Interface

    The Home screen contains the following areas: The wizard helps you set up your Vertu.Me account, your corporate email account or your personal accounts. You can have multiple personal accounts. When setting up an account, you need to enter your username and password.

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    Battery indicator icons Top status bar Displays signals, data connectivity and battery status icons along with the Indicator Explanation date. Battery is fully charged, displayed in green. Signal indicator icons Battery is low, which is indicated in orange. Indicator Explanation Four level signal indicator, currently showing the signal at full Critical state where battery is about to run out.

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    Information area Clock By default the following three items display in the Information area. The Clock has the following features: • The Set up e-mail wizard displays when the phone is first started. • Displays time and date in either analogue or digital format. •...

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    Digital Clock showing local time in the large digits and home time in small Analogue Clock showing alarm at 7 o’clock digits Alarm Analogue Clock showing busy from 3 to 4 o'clock Alarms and appointments The Clock, Alarm and the World Clock are all accessed via the clock, from the Home screen.

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    Dynamic Information area Reading a Media Feed This area shows either City Brief, Music player or Radio. If neither the NOTE: When the phone is set up for the first time, the voice mail Music player or Radio is active then the City Brief link is displayed. notification appears in the notification zone.

  • Page 15: Home Key

    Lower status bar Icons Home Key A variety of icons display in the lower status bar. Each icon displays when a certain state is active; some examples are shown in the table below. The Home key is located at the top left of your phone. A single press on the Icons Explanation Home Key brings you back to the Home screen from anywhere.

  • Page 16: Dedicated Keys, My Key

    My Key To select an application using My Key 1. Press My Key, and the drop down menu appears. 2. Use the up/down scroll keys to move between the icons, and press the Middle Select key to open the required application. My Key is a user configurable key which you can set up to provide quick access to up to four applications of your choice.

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    Shortcut keys Select keys There are many shortcut keys available on your Vertu phone. Please refer to the Reference Manual for details. Keys Action Spacebar Press and hold to turn the Torch on or off. WARNING: Do not look directly at the Torch.

  • Page 18: Menu

    Qwerty keyboard Menu Your Vertu phone uses a qwerty keyboard. The software language in use The Menu key displays all the top level categories within your can be changed if required. Refer to Menu > Ctrl. Panel > Settings >...

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    The Control panel provides access to the functions which are used for Your Vertu phone can run a number of applications at one time. setting up your Vertu phone. They are covered in detail in the Reference Applications that are open can be distinguished with a small green and Manual.

  • Page 20: Making A Call

    When you receive an incoming call, a ringing tone is played and a call from a compatible Vertu phone, which is useful when message is displayed. Your Vertu phone will vibrate if you have set a setting up your new Vertu phone.

  • Page 21: Calendar

    Meetings held in Calendar are automatically displayed on the Clock bezel. Emergency calls You can also create To-do lists using the Calendar. WARNING: Your Vertu phone, like any wireless phone operates using radio signals, wireless and land line networks as well as user-programmed functions. Because of this, connections in all conditions cannot be guaranteed.

  • Page 22: Email

    Calendar can also be accessed from the Menu. you can only use Mail for Exchange if you do not want to synchronise your Vertu.Me calendar, contacts and tasks. Creating a meeting entry Other email accounts can be set up in the Email function, and they will be As an example, the procedure below shows how to create a reminder for automatically provisioned to use the correct protocol.

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    The email link on the Home screen shows the number of unread emails in Server. Select No, if you are setting up your Vertu.Me, Hotmail, Yahoo the Inbox for that email service, in a red circle. This increments to a or Google or any other email account.

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    Replying and forwarding an email Reading an email message 1. To reply to a message highlight it and select Options > Reply. IMPORTANT: Exercise caution when opening messages. 2. To reply to a message including all recipients, highlight it and select Messages may contain malicious software or otherwise be Options >...

  • Page 25: Contacts, Messaging

    Contacts Messaging The Messaging facility in your Vertu phone handles all message types. Contacts holds all the names, phone numbers and address information you have saved on your phone. You can add new contacts, and create You can send and receive text messages, multimedia messages, audio groups for your contacts.

  • Page 26: Web Browser

    1. Press the Middle Select key > Reply > Via message. 2. Enter details of your reply. The web browser built into your Vertu phone enables you to view web 3. Select Options > Send. pages, but you need to have an internet access point configured on your phone, which is normally done during set up.

  • Page 27: Maps

    Maps Web shortcuts Action Show Toolbar Open Search panel Return to the previous page Save the current page as a bookmark Open the map of keypad shortcuts Reload the current page View the page in full screen View the page overview Open the dialog for entering a new web address Long press on 0 (zero) from the Home screen opens the web browser.

  • Page 28: Camera

    Middle Select key. 3. Depending on whether you want to take a portrait or landscape photo, hold your Vertu phone the required way. To take a portrait shot, turn the phone on its side. 4. To zoom in or out before capturing an image, use the up/down scroll keys, or the volume keys.

  • Page 29: Vertu Services

    To contact Vertu Concierge: Vertu Services • Press the Vertu Concierge key (key 2) on the left side of your phone (screen facing you), select Vertu Concierge and select Voice call or Send email. Vertu provides a number of exclusive services to enhance the user •...

  • Page 30: Network Destinations

    Calendar, Contacts and Tasks with your email system, so opens in the web browser. that you can keep your appointments on the Vertu.Me server in sync with City Brief is updated regularly so you can always be confident the the information you hold on your phone.

  • Page 31: User Assistance, Connecting To A Pc, Sd Card

    USB modes are displayed. Select the appropriate mode using the up and down scroll keys and press the Middle Your Vertu phone contains an on board help system to assist you with Select key to confirm your choice.

  • Page 32: Vertu Wired Headset, Maintenance And Safety

    Your Constellation Quest phone is supplied with a stereo headset. The should be treated with care. The following suggestions will help you Vertu Wired Headset is designed for use when making calls and when protect your warranty coverage. listening to music. The headset includes a microphone.

  • Page 33: Health And Safety Information

    WARNING: Read the following simple guidelines. Not following them may be dangerous or illegal. Metal Vertu metals are finished to a high standard and care needs to be taken to General maintain their appearance. Protect in the Vertu leather case where •...

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    • Do not handle your Vertu phone when operating machinery. the device to ensure safe procedures are used. • Switch your Vertu phone off if you are entering a hospital or health care • Mobile phone usage may interfere with the functionality of any facility.

  • Page 35: About Your Phone

    • Do not store your Vertu phone in, or near, direct heat sources such as Antenna radiators. This could cause the battery to overheat and explode. Your Vertu phone contains internal antennas, positioned at the top and • Never soak the battery in water or any other liquid.

  • Page 36: Battery, Manufacturer's Limited Warranty

    As far as your national laws permit, the warranty period will not be 1. When you look at the holospot on the label, you should see a Vertu extended or renewed or otherwise affected due to subsequent resale, or symbol and three characters, similar to those shown below.

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    If you wish to make a claim under this limited warranty, please return your product, accessory, software and/or service not manufactured, or Product or the affected part (if it is not the entire Product) to a Vertu supplied by Vertu, or was used otherwise than for its intended use.

  • Page 38: Sar Notice – Rm-582v

    All parts of the Product or other equipment that Vertu has replaced shall strongly encourages you to familiarise yourself with the become the property of Vertu. If the Product is found not to be covered by Reference Manual and instructions provided with and for the the terms and conditions of this limited warranty, Vertu and its authorised Product.

  • Page 39: Fcc/industry Canada Notice

    FCC/Industry Canada notice at the ear is 0.63 W/kg. Your Vertu phone may cause TV or radio interference (for example, when This phone meets RF exposure guidelines when used either in the normal using a phone in close proximity to receiving equipment). The FCC or...

  • Page 40: Declaration Of Conformity, Export Controls, Notices, Licenses

    Copyright © Vertu 2010. All rights reserved. Reproduction, transfer, distribution or storage of part or all of the contents in this document in any form without the prior written permission of Vertu is prohibited. Vertu operates a policy of continuous development. Vertu reserves the right to make changes and improvements to any of the products described in this document without prior notice.

  • Page 41: Eu Recycling Notice

    Should you wish Vertu to recycle your product at the end of its life, please either return it to the point from which you purchased your product (if known) or return it to Vertu’s headquarters.

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