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  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS Page 5 Introduction SAR _______________________________________ 5 Declaration of conformity _______________________ 6 General safety _______________________________ 6 Vehicle safety _______________________________ 6 Emergency calls _____________________________ 7 Care and maintenance ________________________ 7 AC/DC adaptor charger ________________________ 7 Battery use _________________________________ 7 PC cable ___________________________________ 8 Your responsibility ____________________________ 8 Security Code: PIN codes ______________________ 8...
  • Page 3 Page 39 e-mails Reading a received e-mail _____________________ 37 Composing an e-mail _________________________ 38 Settings ___________________________________ 39 Sending an e-mail from the outbox ______________ 40 Editing e-mails from the drafts folder _____________ 40 Storage consumption _________________________ 40 Page 43 Calls & times Call logs ___________________________________ 41 Call timers _________________________________ 41 Call costs - management ______________________ 42...
  • Page 4 Page 96 Settings Tones _____________________________________ 94 Display ____________________________________ 95 Keypad ___________________________________ 96 Phone settings ______________________________ 97 Connection manager _________________________ 99 GSM services _____________________________ 100 Security features ___________________________ 104 Certificates ________________________________ 105 WIM manager _____________________________ 105 Privacy ___________________________________ 106 miniSD™ Card _____________________________ 106 Page 109 Appendix Glossary _________________________________ 107...
  • Page 5: Sar

    The highest SAR value for this M900 model when tested for compliance against the standard was 0.754W/kg. While there may be differences between the SAR levels of various phones and at various positions, they all meet the EU requirements for RF exposure.
  • Page 6: Declaration Of Conformity

    Declaration of conformity Melco Mobile Communications Europe S.A. hereby declares that this M900 (VGH08A) is in com- pliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC. A copy of the full Declaration of Conformity may be found on our website: http://www.mitsubishi-telecom.com...
  • Page 7: Emergency Calls

    The information contained on discs or cards may be affected by the phone. - Do not connect incompatible products. The use of third party equipment or accessories, not made or authorised by Mitsubishi Electric, invalidates the warranty of your phone and may be a safety risk.
  • Page 8: Pc Cable

    - Batteries may warm up during charging. Caution: Risk of explosion if the battery is replaced by any other battery than the Mitsubishi MA-0803.. Battery disposal In compliance with European environmental protection directives, used batteries must be returned to the place of sale, where they are collected free of charge. Do not dispose of your batteries within household waste.
  • Page 9: Using This Guide

    You may need to take out additional subscriptions to activate certain features. Main screen / External screen Your M900 is a clamshell-type phone with two colour display screens: an internal screen (Main screen) and an external screen. Both screens are designed to help you enjoy clear information about the phone and network connection status.
  • Page 10 User guide notes Here are the instructions for using this user guide. These are examples. The bold text stands for information displayed while using your phone. USER GUIDE ACTIONS TO PERFORM INFORMATION TYPES Press OK Press the key to validate OK (middle of the display). Press the [Menu/T9] From the standby display press the key to access the main menu,...
  • Page 11 Light status At the bottom of the external screen (please refer to Getting started with your M900) several light colours indicate your mobile’s state (charging, event on mobile, etc.). The lights can be green, red, yellow or blue. You can activate/deactivate these lights:...
  • Page 12: Getting Started

    GETTING STARTED Preparing the phone for operation Please refer to the Getting started with your M900 booklet. Basic operations Turning the phone On Open the clamshell. Press and hold the [On/Off] key. A beep sounds at mobile activation. When switching the...
  • Page 13 Rejecting a call When receiving a phone call: Press the [On/Off] key or close the clamshell to reject the call (the call is then forwarded to your mailbox). Closing the clamshell only reject the call if the Active-flip feature is activated (please see page 98). Press the [Camera/Video] side key if the clamshell is closed.
  • Page 14 Keypad lock When activated, the keypad lock feature prevents accidental actions occurring (e.g. camera acti- vation) whilst the phone is being carried in a pocket or a bag for instance. Incoming calls can how- ever be received and answered. Once the call is over, the keypad lock is automatically reactivated. To activate the keypad lock from the standby display: Open the clamshell.
  • Page 15: Tools

    TOOLS hen scrolling to the Tools menu from the main icons menu, direct access to the Infrared port section is possible by selecting Infrared on the left side of the display. The Tools menu allows access to a diary, a calculator, a currency converter, several alarm clocks and the infrared port opening.
  • Page 16 Modify an event, Send it by... infrared port, e-mail and SMS, Export... it, Delete one event or Delete all events. To view weekly entries Press the [Menu/T9] key. Select Tools. Select Diary. Select Calendar. Select Options. Select View... and then Week view.
  • Page 17 Tasks list This feature allows you to store up to 100 tasks to be done (To do), scheduled with a start and a due date, with or without a reminder alarm. To enter a new task Press the [Menu/T9] key. Select Tools. Select Diary.
  • Page 18: Calculator

    Storage used This feature displays the number of Diary registered events and tasks. The following actions are available in the Options menu: ACTIONS PURPOSE Delete events To delete the events of the defined time period. Delete tasks To delete the tasks of the defined time period. Delete all events To delete all the events stored in Calendar.
  • Page 19: Alarm Clocks

    To set up the currencies and the exchange rate Press the [Menu/T9] key. Select Tools. Select Currency converter. Select Settings. Enter the original currency name (e.g. Euro). Press OK. Enter the target currency name (e.g. Dollar). Press OK. Enter the exchange rate using to enter a decimal point.
  • Page 20: Using Your Mobile As A Modem

    - Stop Bit: 1 stop Bit - Speed: 921000b/s 1. The PC cable may not be supplied with your phone. Please ask your retailer for an M900 compatible PC cable. 2. The compatibility between GPRS and WAP™ features is operator dependent.
  • Page 21: Messages/Text Editing

    MESSAGES/TEXT EDITING his section describes the features about Short Message Service under the Messages menu. The Short Message Service (SMS) allows you to send or receive text messages to or from other mobile phones. You can store, edit and forward messages as well as save any of the numbers, mail addresses, web site addresses they may contain.
  • Page 22: Forwarding Messages

    To move a message to the SIM memory: Press the [Menu/T9] key. Select Messages. Select SMS. Select Inbox or Outbox. Choose the message to be moved and select Options. Select Move to SIM. Forwarding messages You can forward a received message to other people/number(s): Press the [Menu/T9] key.
  • Page 23: Entering Text / Edition Mode

    Press the [Menu/T9] key. Select Messages. Select SMS. Select Settings. Select Sending profile. Enter the message centre number or select a template (if several available) then enter the following fields (operator dependent). You may not be allowed to change your sending profile (format and validity period). Please contact your ser- vice provider for further details.
  • Page 24 The multitap/multipress method A brief press on a key displays the first character associated with the key and shows the other available characters at the top of the display. Here is the list of the available characters (the available characters list is language dependent): CHARACTER Lower case Upper case...
  • Page 25 The T9 method A press on the [Menu/T9] key allows you to swap between T9 text entry and the Multitap method. Press the key bearing the required letter once only (the requested character may not be dis- played first). The active word changes as you enter text. Enter all the word characters up to the end of the word. If the right word is not displayed when all the characters have been entered, press until you get the required word.
  • Page 26 Press and hold the key to display the special characters list Scroll up, down, left or right and press OK to select the required special character. symbol may not be displayed from all edition modes. It allows you to go to the fol- lowing line.
  • Page 27: Sending A New Sms Message

    Sending a new SMS message You can send message texts (up to 918 characters). The standard size for an SMS is 160 char- acters (your service provider charges you according to the number of SMS used to send your message). The icon (1 = number of SMS used - it is updated while writing your message and shows the number of SMS needed to send your message) is displayed on the left corner of the screen.
  • Page 28: Signature

    Signature You can register a signature to be automatically added to your text messages. The signature is not displayed when typing the message text but it is displayed on message reception by the addressee. The maximum size for the signature is 30 characters. If the message text to be sent already contains 918 characters, the signature cannot be added.
  • Page 29: Voice Mail

    To activate the status request: Press the [Menu/T9] key. Select Messages. Select SMS. Select Settings. Select Message config. Select Delivery report and select On. Select Save. To request a reply: A reply to your message can be requested from your correspondent. If you activate this feature, you will be charged for the cost of the reply message.
  • Page 30: Storage Consumption

    Storage consumption The storage status for SMS messages can be consulted. To view the number of messages stored, the total available space on the Phone memory and on the SIM card: Press the [Menu/T9] key. Select Messages. Select SMS. Select Storage used.
  • Page 31: Multimedia Messages

    MULTIMEDIA MESSAGES The Multimedia Messages Service (MMS) is a service that allows the sending and receiving of messages to and from other MMS enabled mobile phones. The main difference between an SMS and an MMS is the MMS is composed of one or several pages made of text + image(s) and sounds (melody, MP3 files, vide- os or speech notes).
  • Page 32: Writing And Sending A Multimedia Message

    Saving received multimedia message content You can store the images, melodies, videos, events, tasks and speech notes attached to the re- ceived multimedia messages into the Fun & media box. When reading a received Multimedia message: Select Options Select Attachment. Select Options.
  • Page 33 Estimated message size (displayed dynamically while composing the message). Current page number. A melody is attached to the current page. A speech note is attached to the current page. A music file is attached to the current page. The black squared field shows the active field (Pictures or Text fields). Press the down arrow key to scroll to the next field and select OK to edit it.
  • Page 34: Preparing The Phone To Send Mms Messages

    Delete To delete the page attached Melody, Music or Speech note. sound Invert To invert the text and the image location on the page. layout Insert page To insert a new page or duplicate the current page (9 pages maximum). Delete page To delete the current page.
  • Page 35 Preparing the phone to send MMS messages The Multimedia Message service is subscription and network dependent. The operator profile details may already be stored on your phone. If not, please contact your service provider to get them. The profile list can contain up to 3 MMS profiles. A profile is a list of parameters that allow MMS connections via a specific gateway.
  • Page 36: Sending Messages From The Outbox

    Message auto-retrieval You may choose whether or not the Multimedia messages should be automatically retrieved from the network on notification receipt. The auto-retrieval modes are the following: The Multimedia message is automatically retrieved from the network on notifica- tion receipt. On (with query) The ’retrieve new multimedia message ?’...
  • Page 37: Reading A Received E-Mail

    e-mails Your phone allows to send and receive e-mails. The e-mails can bear text, images, sounds, vCard and vCalendar as attached files. The maximum total size for the attached files is 500 kB. Please read the following instructions to configure your e-mail system and use the e-mail sub-menu.
  • Page 38: Composing An E-Mail

    Delete To delete the current e-mail. Delete all To delete all the e-mails stored in the Inbox. Forward To transfer the current e-mail to another or several addressee(s). Numbers & To view (and eventually store) all the e-mail addresses contained in the addresses current e-mail.
  • Page 39: Settings

    Settings Preparing the phone to send e-mails You need to enter the connection parameters before you are able to send or receive e-mails on your phone. Please contact your e-mail service provider for setup detail. The Profiles list can contain up to 3 e-mail profiles. A profile is a list of parameters that allow e-mail connections via a specific gateway.
  • Page 40: Sending An E-Mail From The Outbox

    Editing e-mails from the drafts folder The Drafts folder contains the stored unsent e-mails. These e-mails can be selected from the Drafts folder and can be modified and sent. To select one of these e-mails: Press the [Menu/T9] key. Select Messages. Select e-mail.
  • Page 41: Calls & Times

    CALLS & TIMES ccess the menu to check the details of individual incoming and Calls & Times outgoing calls, the duration of the last call, the total call time for all outgoing and incoming calls or to play the recorded calls. Call logs This feature stores details (caller identity,calling time/date and call duration) about the last 20 numbers dialled, calls unanswered and calls received.
  • Page 42: Call Costs - Management

    Balance information (subscription dependent) This service may be supplied by your service provider. It allows you to view the remaining air- time balance on your phone line. Please contact your service provider for more information. If your subscription allows access to this information: Press the [Menu/T9] key.
  • Page 43: Recorded Call

    Setting the credit limit (subscription dependent) You may also be able to set a credit limit to your calls. Once the credit limit has been reached, no more chargeable outgoing or incoming calls are allowed. You can however still make emergency calls. The PIN2 code is required to set the credit limit.
  • Page 44: Phone Book

    PHONE BOOK hone numbers can be stored in the phone memory and in the SIM card memory. - The phone memory can store up to 500 'extended' cards (called 'Phone book cards'). These cards allow you to store different information types: family name, first name, home number, phone number, work number, fax number, two mail addresses, postal address, business information, voice tag, group name, card related melody and an associated icon, picture or video.
  • Page 45 Via the menu: Press the [Menu/T9] key. Select Phone book. Select Add name Select New SIM names Enter the name and select OK. Enter the number and select OK. Select Save to store the card. Storing a received number Numbers stored in the last dialled, received, unanswered call information and SMS message locations can also be stored in the Phone book: With a last dialled call, received call, unanswered call or SMS message select Options.
  • Page 46: Adding A Video To Your Phone Book Card

    Moving names and numbers When consulting your Phone book you can move any SIM or phone card to another directory Press on the [Left] arrow key or press the [Phone book] key or press the [Menu/T9] key then select Phone book.
  • Page 47: Setting A Melody, A Music Or A Speech Note As A Ringtone

    Setting a melody, a music or a speech note as a ringtone You can set a melody, a music or a speech notes as a ringtone for each of your Phone book cards. If you set a video as a ringtone the audio track of the video sequence only is played. This ringtone is played on on receipt of an an incoming call.
  • Page 48: Viewing And Calling Phone Book Numbers

    Viewing and calling Phone book numbers There are two ways of viewing and calling entries stored in the Phone book: Directly from the standby display: Press the [Left] arrow key or the [Phone book] key to display the Phone book list. To access the required name, either scroll up or down or press a numeric key to access the different letters associated with the key (e.g: press twice to reach the names starting with...
  • Page 49: Free Space In The Phone Book

    Press Options to play the voice pattern, select Play Back, to remove voice tag from the voice dialling list, select Erase, or to create a new voice pattern select Record. To remove all phone numbers from the voice dialling list: Press the [Menu/T9] key Select Phone...
  • Page 50: My Card

    Select Members. The group members list is displayed. Please use the same procedure as when in the phone book to reach the required name. My card My card is a specific storage location where you can enter personal data. You can easily access My card and send its contents to another device via the infrared port or SMS.
  • Page 51: Export

    To activate or deactivate FDN operation: Press the [Menu/T9] key Select Phone book Select Fixed dialling. Select Status. Select or Off. Enter the PIN2 number. Select to validate. The Fixed dialling sub-menu may not be available on your phone. Please contact your service provider for further details.
  • Page 52: Camera

    CAMERA he camera application allows you to take pictures from your mobile internal or external screens. These pictures can then be used to: - personalise your standby display on your Main screen and your External screen, your Welcome or your Goodbye screen (please see "Setting a still or animated im- age as a standby display (for the Main screen or the External screen), as a Wel- come screen or as a Goodbye screen from the Pictures folder", page 71), - be sent to other devices (mobile phones, PC) by Mail (), MMS or via the min-...
  • Page 54 How to hold your mobile Subject behind the phone To take a picture Open the lens cover (see the drawings above). 1’ Press the [Camera/Video] side key, then open the lens cover. Choose a subject. Press the [Camera/Video] side key to take your picture. The shutter sound is played and the red light blinks.
  • Page 55 To select the image quality This setting allows you to choose a quality level for your picture. The better the quality (sharpness of the displayed image), the bigger the file size. If you wish to send your image by Mail or by MMS, we advise you choose the Economic mode Press the [Menu] side key.
  • Page 56 To access the compact light setting This feature sets up a light which lights up your subject during the picture taking. Press the [Menu] side key. Select Compact light. Select or Off. Press the [Camera/Video] side key to confirm your selection. To access the self timer The self timer offers the possibility of taking a delayed picture, thereby enabling you to be in the picture.
  • Page 57: Open Clamshell: Self-Portraits

    Open clamshell: self-portraits The camera feature, with open clamshell, is to be used with the keypad only. This way of doing is to be used to take pictures of oneself and to view the stored pictures in an optimised way. For picture-taking with open clamshell, here are the keys to be used: [Up] side key Camera &...
  • Page 58 To access the camera application You can access the camera application via two routes: From the standby display, press the [OK] key. From the standby display, press the [Menu/T9] key. Select Camera/Video. Select Capture a photo. The infrared port automatically closes when the camera application is accessed. To take self-portraits These pictures can be stored either on your mobile or on a miniSD™...
  • Page 59 You can adjust the camera settings before taking your picture. From the preview screen, select Options. Select Settings: ITEMS DESCRIPTION Resolution To select the picture size. Select the 2M pixels, the Large, the Normal or the Wall paper, the Portrait or the Messaging mode. Quality To select the image quality.
  • Page 60 To access the camera application from the Message menu: Press the [Menu/T9] side key. Select Messages. Select MMS, Select Write new. Scroll down to the Content field, press and scroll to the Pictures field. Press and select Picture. 2’ Or select e-mail, Select Write new.
  • Page 61: Video

    VIDEO This application allows you to record and play videos up to 5 MB (about 10 min- utes time) on your phone internal or external screens. These videos can bear sound. They can be recorded as several sequences (on a single file) via the Pause mode.
  • Page 63 At the back of the phone, a cover protects the lens of the video recorder. Please remember to open it before filming. A message is displayed if you try to launch the video application and the lens cover is not open. Slide the lens cover Lens...
  • Page 64 Setting the video to Pause This mode allows you to record several sequences on a single file. During the Recording you can pause your video in the following way: During the recording, press the [Camera/Video] key and the recorded sequence is paused.
  • Page 65 To access the microphone setting This setting allows you to activate or mute the microphone during the recording. Press the [Menu] side key. Select Microphone. Select or Off. Press the [Camera/Video] side key to confirm your selection. To access the video size limit setting By setting the size limit of your video file(up to 5MB), the recording will stop automatically once it reaches this limit for Mail or MMS message.
  • Page 66: Open Clamshell: Self-Filming

    Open clamshell: self-filming The video feature, with open clamshell, is to be used with the keypad only. This is used to: - film yourself - play the stored videos in an optimised resolution. [Up] side key Camera & Video lens Navigation key [Down] side key [Ok] key...
  • Page 67 To access the video application You can access the video recorder application in the following way: From the standby display, press and hold the [OK] key. From the idle screen, press the [Menu/T9] key. Select Camera/Video. Select Film a video. The infrared port automatically closes when the video application is accessed To film yourself You can record videos up to 5 MB.
  • Page 68 You can adjust your videos settings before recording. From the preview screen, select Options. Select Settings: ITEMS DESCRIPTION Image To select the video frame size. Select Normal or Small mode. resolution Image quality To select the image quality. Select Super fine, Fine or Economic. Storage To set the Phone memory or the miniSD™...
  • Page 69: Fun & Media Box

    FUN & MEDIA BOX his menu helps you to organize and manage all the images, melodies, videos, speech notes, frames, Games and Java applications contained in the phone as well as all the files received via the WAP™ browser, the infrared port, Mail, MMS or SMS.
  • Page 70 Options The Pictures folder Options list contains the following items: OPTIONS DESCRIPTION View To view the full image and name. To set the image as a Main screen, as an External screen, as a Welcome Set as... screen (on the internal screen only) on switching on your phone or as a Goodbye screen, (on the internal screen only) on switching it Off.
  • Page 71 Screen Settings This option allows you to set a picture as a standby screen image on the internal and external screens or as a Welcome or a Goodbye screen . SCREEN AVAILABLE PICTURE TYPES Main screen (internal screen) Still and animated pictures (animated .gif). External screen Still pictures.
  • Page 72: Melodies

    In addition to the usual SMS download of melodies, you can download melodies by browsing internet web sites. Mitsubishi Electric phones are compatible with the Nokia™ Smart Messaging system. The prin- ciple is as follows: Melodies are stored on a Web server.
  • Page 73: Videos

    Formats managed by the phone are .mid, .mfm, .3gp, .mld, .amr, .nsm and .imy formats. To play a downloaded melody from the reception screen: Select or select Options then Play. Select Exit to stop the playback. To store a downloaded melody: Select Options.
  • Page 74 To view the current file name, size, storage date and file protection status Details information. My preferences To sort the stored videos (by date, name, size). You can only access the miniSD™ Card storage space if the miniSD™ Card is inserted in the phone. If the selection is a sub-folder, another Options list is available: View, Delete, New folder and My preferences.
  • Page 75: Music

    How to play your video on the external screen You can also watch the videos stored on your phone or on the miniSD™ Card (see " To access videos stored on your miniSD™ Card", page 75) on the external screen. However, to get an optimised display of the videos we advise you watch them on the internal screen.
  • Page 76 The following Options list is available while scrolling the melodies list.. OPTIONS DESCRIPTION To play the selected music. Scroll up or down to set the music Play volume during the playback. To set the selected melody as a Ringtone for Line1 or Line2, as an Alarm Set as...
  • Page 77: Speech Notes

    To discard a downloaded music: Select Discard. The music file is erased permanently. To access music on your miniSD™ Card You can store or play music files on your miniSD™ Card. The Options lists are the same as in the Music sub-menu. Press the [Menu/T9] key.
  • Page 78: Frames

    To play a speech note Press the [Menu/T9] key. Select Fun & Media box. Select Speech note. Scroll up or down to the required speech note. Press or Select Options then select Play.You can set the speech note volume by scrolling Up ( ) or down ( To access speech notes stored on your miniSD™...
  • Page 79 Viewing a frame Press the [Menu/T9] key. Select Fun & Media box. Select Frames. Scroll the frames list or mosaic. Select the required frame or select a folder to view its con- tent (press OK). Press Options then View to view the selected frame in full size. An Options menu is available.
  • Page 80: Java™ Applications

    Frames downloading You can download frames via the WAP™ browser (please see "Go to site", page 93).It is not possible to send or to transfer a frame to a folder other than the Frames folder or to another device (the miniSD™ Card, a PC, etc.). The frames you received via the WAP™ browser, by e-mail and MMS are automatically stored in the Frames folder.
  • Page 81: Others

    To download a java™ application Java™ applications are to be downloaded via the Wap™ application (please see "Starting a Wap™ session", page 90):. Press the [Menu/T9] key. Select Fun & Media box Select Applications. Select Get new apps ans select Yes to allows the connection to the WAP™ server. Once on a Wap page containing Java™...
  • Page 82 The following Options list is available:. OPTIONS DESCRIPTION View To view the file contents. Store To store the selected file in the corresponding application folder. Install To launch the installation of a java application. To send the text, the selected vCards, the selected vCalendars, the vBookmark(s) and the unknown file(s) via the infrared port.
  • Page 83: Storage Used

    Sending a vCard or a vCalendar by SMS Select the vCard or the vCalendar you wish to transfer as explained in "Diary", page 16, "Cal- endar", page 16 and "Tasks list", page 18 or select it from Others. Select Options. Select Send by...
  • Page 84: Minisd™ Card

    Please only use approved miniSD™ Card in your mobile phone. Contact your retailer for details. The M900 mobile phone was designed to be used solely with a miniSD™ Card. Any attempt to use another memory card type may damage the phone and be hazardous. Damage resulting from such use shall not be covered by our guarantee.
  • Page 85: How To Insert/Extract Your Minisd™ Card

    The miniSD™ Card must be formatted in your phone before its first use (please see "How to configure your miniSD™ Card", page 86). If the formatting is done via another device (e.g. a PC) you may not be able to use your miniSD™ Card on your M900. How to access the miniSD™ Card contents You can access the files that are stored on your miniSD™...
  • Page 86: How To Configure Your Minisd™ Card

    To access speech notes See "To access speech notes stored on your miniSD™ Card", page 80 To access other files See "To access other files stored on your miniSD™ Card", page 85 1. When using your miniSD™ Card with your PC, you can access a folder list corresponding to the Fun & Media box sub-folders (Pictures, Melodies, Videos, Music, Speech notes, Others).
  • Page 87: Calendar

    CALENDAR he availability of this menu is network dependent. If your SIM card does not contain an access to the Network services the Calendar menu is accessible from the Menu icons. Please see "Calendar", page 16 for full details. NETWORK SERVICES he availability of this menu is network dependent (it may not be available or be named Network services, Network,...).
  • Page 88: Wap

    WAP™ Your phone allows Wap™(Wireless Application Protocol) connections to access operator and/or Wap™ provided services (e.g. news, sports, weather, travel buying, etc.). To get a Wap™ connection please make sure: - your SIM card bears a Data subscription - all the necessary parameters are stored into the phone. These parameters may have been set by your operator.
  • Page 89: Ending The Online Connection

    To launch a Wap™ session from the idle menu: Press the [Menu/T9] key. Select Wap. Select Home page. The Wap™ connection is then launched and the list of the available site services is displayed once the page was downloaded. If the activated Wap™ profile is not correctly set or if your subscription does not allow you to reach the selected Wap™...
  • Page 90: Personalising Your Connection Settings

    Personalising your connection settings The following user settings are available and enable to optimise the phone behaviour during Wap™ connection Press the [Menu/T9] key. Select Wap. Select Settings. A list allows to select different options: OPTION ACTION Wap profiles To enter and register profile details. To select GSM or GPRS as a default bearer when defining mixed based Preferred (GSM + GPRS) profiles.
  • Page 91 - whilst you are browsing the Wap™: Press the call key to display the options menu. Select Bookmarks. Select one of the bookmark names to access the required Wap™ site. 1. Selecting OK directly tries to reach the bookmarked page. 2.
  • Page 92: Advanced Settings On Wap™ Profiles

    To set the push reception parameters: Press the [Menu/T9] key. Select Wap. Select Settings. Select Push preferences and set the different parameters : 1/ Accept push info: Never: to forbid push messages reception. Current profile: to allow only push messages from the current Wap™ profile. All profiles: only allows push messages from the configured Wap™...
  • Page 93 OPTION DESCRIPTION Send characteristics To allow the sending of the phone characteristics to the remote server. Activate security To activate or deactivate the security level for the current profile. Use SAR To activate or deactivate the SAR (Segmentation And Reassembly) protocol (to enable the download of large data).
  • Page 94: Tones

    SETTINGS his menu allows you to set up your mobile phone as per your own preference. Tones Alert mode You can set the ring, alert and alarm tone types via the Mode menu. If you select the 'Vibrate' or 'Vibrate then ring' option, the vibrating option replaces all the alert and alarm tones. To modify the alert mode: Press the [Menu/T9] key.
  • Page 95: Display

    Select Volume. Select Ring, Keys, Conversation or Alarm. Scroll up or down to adjust the settings. You can also use the numeric keys to set the required audio level: pressing sets the volume to 2, pressing sets the volume to or 7, pressing sets the volume to the minimum value...
  • Page 96: Keypad

    (see "Pictures", page 69). Press the [Menu/T9] key. Select Settings. Select Display. Select Welcome screen. Select Default to set the default image as standby screen for your Welcome screen or select Pictures (see "Pictures", page 69) to select one of the stored pictures . Select Save to store your setting.
  • Page 97: Phone Settings

    over. Emergency calls (112, 911 or other official emergency number) can however be made. If a key is pressed, a reminder message is displayed. To activate and deactivate the keypad lock: Press the [Menu/T9] key. Select Settings. Select Keypad. Select Keypad lock.
  • Page 98 Edit mode You can change the Edition mode on your phone: Press the [Menu/T9] key. Select Settings. Select Phone settings. Select Edit mode. Select Multilingual or Standard. Auto features Auto-answer This feature is only operational when the phone is connected to a headset or a car kit. The phone answers the call automatically after about 5 seconds.
  • Page 99: Connection Manager

    Time date & This feature allows you to set the phone time according to the world time zone map, based on Greenwich Mean Time (Origin clock). A Secondary clock is also available. This feature is useful for the Diary. To import or export calendar cards, events and tasks, sched- ules must be set according to Time zones.
  • Page 100: Gsm Services

    Fill in the requested information (contact your service provider to get all necessary parame- ters) and select Save to store the entered data. Operation mode This network dependent setting allows phone operations to be either Standard or Modem type. Standard mode The phone tries to reach a GPRS networks.
  • Page 101 To check the call divert status or deactivate it: Press the [Menu/T9] key. Select Settings. Select Services. Select the call diverting type to be checked or cancelled. Select Status or Cancel. To cancel all call diverts, Press the [Menu/T9] key. Select Settings. Select Services.
  • Page 102 Private with To have a private conversation with one of the participants. During a private conversation, the conference-call is put on hold. Hold To put the conference-call on hold. Retrieve To retrieve the conference-call if it is put on hold. Mute/Unmute To mute/unmute the microphone.
  • Page 103 Select Receiving caller The network then either returns Presentation available Presentation unavailable infor- mation. Network automatic search When the phone is on, it automatically searches the last network to which it was registered (usually the home network). If it is not available, the phone automatically searches and selects one of the networks registered in the preferred network list (located in the SIM card).
  • Page 104: Security Features

    Call barring This network dependent service forbids certain outgoing or incoming call types. It requires a call barring password. To bar a call Press the [Menu/T9] key. Select Settings. Select Services. Select Call barring. Select Outgoing calls (to bar All outgoing calls, International calls or International calls excluding your Home network), Incoming calls (to bar All incoming calls or all incoming calls...
  • Page 105: Certificates

    tivating FDN operations, modifying the FDN Phone book, setting calls costs to zero, modifying the costs display features). This code can be changed but not be activated or deactivated. Please contact your service provider for your PIN2 code. To change the PIN2 code: Press the [Menu/T9] key.
  • Page 106: Privacy

    - Tickets. A ticket is a document emitted on purchasing as a proof of the transaction (receipt). 5 tickets can be stored in the phone memory (they are then deleted one after another). To go over a transaction and use the security WIM system: From the WAP™...
  • Page 107: Glossary

    APPENDIX Glossary EXPRESSION MEANING AC/DC charger Alternating Current/Direct Current charger Active call The call currently in progress Alternate Line (Line 2) Service Advise of Charge - subscription service Cell Broadcast Caller Line Identity - displays caller’s telephone number Data Encryption Standard Diverting Diverts incoming calls to the phone to another number Desk Top Charger...
  • Page 108: Troubleshooting

    There may be no mains supply. Try a different electrical socket. battery icon The AC/DC charger may be faulty. Return to your dealer and try substitution with whilst another Mitsubishi Electric adaptor. If faulty, contact your dealer. charging Short standby Cell broadcast is permanently on, using more battery power.
  • Page 109: Error Messages

    Error messages PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSE AND SOLUTION Allowed credit reached! You are trying to place an outgoing call and the allowed credit is already reached. The allowed credit limit is reached during an outgoing call (the call is then aborted). An internal error has An error occurred in a game execution.
  • Page 110 Low battery! The battery is low and the phone will soon be switched off automatically. Network busy You tried to make a call. The call is rejected by the network due to congestion problems. Network not allowed When selecting network manual search, you have selected a network that rejects the connection.
  • Page 111: Guarantee

    Mitsubishi Electric service centre. MMCE shall be en- titled to retain any product that has been replaced. 2.All claims must be made to an approved Mitsubishi Electric service centre. You can contact the Mitsubishi Electric representatives listed above to obtain details of your nearest approved Mitsubishi Electric service centre.
  • Page 112: Index

    ........ 80 Launching Gateway settings ....... 35 IP address ....... 6 General Safety INDEX ........105 ........107 Certificate Glossary ......96 Clamshell Goodbye screen ....53 ........10 Closed GPRS ....57 ....10 Open Graphic display icons .......... 102 ......
  • Page 113 ........33 ...... 102 ...... 64 Writing Receiving caller ID Storing a video ......43 ......44 Mobile number Recorded call Storing names ........102 ....61 Hiding Recording a video ........ 102 ......13 Showing Rejecting a call ..........25 ........20 ....
  • Page 114 ........ 29 Alert tone ........29 Call ......29 Deactivating ........29 Number Volume ........94 Alarm ......94 Conversation ........ 94 Key tones ........Ring ..... 94 Volume adjustments ........88 Wap™ ......91 Bango address ......90 Bookmarks ........