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Toshiba 803 User Guide for
Europe
English
Draft
5 September, 2005
Toshiba

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  • Page 1

    Toshiba 803 User Guide for Europe English Draft 5 September, 2005 Toshiba...

  • Page 3: Introduction

    UMTS. additional instructions for their use and explain what charges will Toshiba 803 brings together the mobile phone and a music player in apply. Some networks may have limitations that affect how you can one package. The music player is easy to use, offering simple access use Network Services.

  • Page 4: Your Mobile Phone

    (as the user) and TOSHIBA CORPORATION (“Toshiba”) their suppliers. with regard to the copyrighted software as installed in a Toshiba 3G 3. Reverse Engineering. You agree that you will not attempt, and if mobile phone supplied to you (the “Phone”).

  • Page 5

    8. Third Party Beneficiary. You agree that certain suppliers of the HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH Software to Toshiba have a right as a third party beneficiary to DAMAGES; OR (II) ANY CLAIM BY A THIRD PARTY. SAVE enforce the terms of this EULA against you as a user.

  • Page 6

    10. IF YOU ARE DEALING AS A CONSUMER IN THE UK & THE SOFTWARE QUALIFIES AS ‘GOODS’ YOUR STATUTORY RIGHTS Your Toshiba mobile telephone contains no user serviceable parts. UNDER APPLICABLE LAW ARE NOT AFFECTED. For further information on service please contact your retailer or...

  • Page 7

    Licensed by QUALCOMM Incorporated under MPEG Layer-3 audio coding technology THIS PRODUCT IS LICENSED UNDER THE one or more the following United States licensed from Fraunhofer IIS and Thomson MPEG-4 VISUAL PATENT PORTFOLIO LICENSE Patents and/or their counterparts in other multimedia.

  • Page 8

    Copyright © 1998-2003 The OpenSSL Project. All rights reserved. Copyright © 1995-1998 Eric Young (eay@cryptsoft.com) All rights reserved. THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE OpenSSL PROJECT AND/OR BY ERIC YOUNG “AS IS” AND ANY EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED.

  • Page 10: Safety Instructions

    Phone should operate as usual. • Do not use or store the Phone in dusty or dirty locations as the • Do not attempt to disassemble your product. Only Toshiba moving parts of the Phone can be damaged.

  • Page 11: Information To User

    Information to User This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits of a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.

  • Page 12: Table Of Contents

    Contents Introduction ........1 2 Media Player .........57 5 Messaging........91 Safety Instructions ......8 Media Player Menu ......58 Messaging Capabilities.....92 Contents .........10 Playback Screen of Media Player ..59 Creating & Sending an MMS Message .........93 What’s in the Box......12 Playing Music & Videos ....60 About This Manual......13 Creating &...

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    7 My Items ........123 10 File Transfer & Synchronisation .......157 My Items........124 File Transfer ........158 Displaying Files on a TV ....125 File Synchronisation.....170 Using vObjects.......126 Using the Memory Card....127 11 Appendix........173 Using the SIM Card ......128 Troubleshooting ......174 Specifications & Accessories ..175 8 Settings........131 Index ..........176 Display Settings......132...

  • Page 14: What's In The Box

    What’s in the Box Your box contains the following items: Phone AC Adapter CD-ROM Battery Pack Battery Cover User Guide Quick Start Guide Stereo Handsfree Headset with Audio Remote Control 3.5 mm Stereo Jack Adapter USB Cable for PC Connection...

  • Page 15: About This Manual

    About This Manual Symbols This manual uses the following symbol. indicates to use to select an item and press (Select) to confirm the selection. For details on the soft keys and navigation key, see “Using Soft Keys” and “Using the Navigation Key”...

  • Page 17: Basic Operations

    Basic Operations This chapter explains the basic operations and functions of your phone. In This Chapter ❍ Parts & Functions ❍ Main Menu ❍ Indicators ❍ Making a Call ❍ SIM Card ❍ Answering a Call ❍ Codes ❍ Operations during Calls ❍...

  • Page 18: Parts & Functions

    Parts & Functions 1: Earpiece 2: Main Display: The main display is the screen facing you when your phone is opened. 3: Soft Key: Performs the operation indicated for the button on the main display. 4: Navigation Key/Centre Key: Moves the cursor up, down, left or right, confirms operations and accesses shortcuts (page 138).

  • Page 19

    13: Charging Indicator 14: Music Player Key: Allows you to play, pause, rewind and forward music. 15: External Display: Indicates incoming calls, received messages, etc. while your phone is closed. 16: External Light: Flashes for incoming calls, messages and other information, as well as when you have unchecked information.

  • Page 20: Using The Navigation Key

    Using the Remote Control Keys You can use the remote control keys for operations such as making calls and playing music (pages 60, 63 and 144). 1: Send/End Key: Makes and answers calls. Ends calls. 2: Play/Pause Key 3: Hold Switch: Disables the remote control keys. 4: Belt Clip 5: Volume Keys 6: Rewind Key/Forward Key...

  • Page 21: Indicators

    Indicators Main Display : Indicates the reception of an MMS message with a high priority level. The following indicators appear on the main display. : Indicates the reception of a rights object. : Indicates the signal strength is at one of five levels.

  • Page 22: External Display

    External Display : Charging The external display allows you to confirm information when your Clock Display Indicator: Appears on the top-right side of the phone is closed. display when your phone is not in standby mode. : Indicates the signal strength is at one of (Phone Lock): Indicates the phone lock (page 145) is set.

  • Page 23

    : Indicates the reception of an MMS message with a high : Indicates the status of the memory card inserted (page 28). priority level. : Indicates the battery level is at one of five : Indicates the reception of a rights object. levels.

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    Information Prompt This feature notifies you of missed calls, unread messages or other unconfirmed information. If you have unconfirmed information, the information prompt appears in standby mode. While the information prompt is displayed, select the item you want to confirm and press (Select).

  • Page 25: Sim Card

    SIM Card Before using your phone, be sure to do the following. ◆ Insert the SIM card in your phone. ◆ Insert the battery pack in your phone (page 26). About the SIM Card The SIM card contains customer information such as your phone number. Only insert the SIM card in a SIM card compatible phone.

  • Page 26: Codes

    Codes Personal Identification Number (PIN) Code Codes The SIM card has two security codes: PIN code and PIN2 code. For Your security code, centre access code and call barring service code details on the PIN/PIN2 code, contact your service provider. are required for using your phone.

  • Page 27: Emergency Calls

    Emergency Calls You can still make calls to emergency services when the SIM card is not inserted. Note However, there is no guarantee that a connection can be established in all countries and areas because operation of your phone differs depending on the wireless network, •...

  • Page 28: Battery Pack

    Battery Pack Before using your phone for the first time, charge the battery. Inserting & Removing the Battery Pack 1. Press down on the battery cover at a point just below the camera lens and slide it towards the bottom of your phone. 2.

  • Page 29: Charging The Battery Pack

    Charging the Battery Pack 1. Open the external connector cover of your phone and insert the connector of the AC adapter. 2. Insert the plug of the AC adapter into an AC outlet. The charging indicator lights up and charging begins. 3.

  • Page 30: Memory Card

    Memory Card About the Memory Card You can save pictures taken and videos recorded with the camera of your phone and various downloaded data to the memory card. Make sure the power is turned off before inserting or removing the memory card. Otherwise data may be lost. ◆...

  • Page 31: Turning On/off The Power

    Turning On/Off the Power Turning On the Power Note 1. Press and hold • A screen for setting the date and The standby screen appears on the main display. time appears the first time you turn If the PIN code setting (page 145) is set to On, enter your PIN code after you press on the power of your phone.

  • Page 32: Date & Time Settings

    Date & Time Settings 1. In standby mode, press . The main menu appears. Settings Phone Settings Date&Time Note ◆ Set Date/Time: Allows you to set the date and time and the summer time. When you set the date and time ◆...

  • Page 33: Main Menu

    Main Menu 1. In standby mode, press to display the Main menu. 2. Use to select an icon and press (Select) to display the menu of the function. Games&More: Allows you to download and use games, screensavers and other Java™ applications (page 118). Vodafone live!: Allows you to access the Vodafone live! home page and download pictures, melodies and applications (page 114).

  • Page 34: Making A Call

    Making a Call 1. Confirm that the power is on. Confirm that the signal level is sufficient. • You can perform the following 2. In standby mode, enter a phone number. operations if you press (Options) after entering a phone If you enter the wrong number, each press of (Clear) deletes the digit on the far number in standby mode.

  • Page 35: Answering A Call

    Answering a Call When a call is received, the ringtone plays and the external light flashes. If the phone number is in the Contacts list (page 46), the name and phone number of the caller appear on the display. • To adjust the ringtone volume while a 1.

  • Page 36: Operations During Calls

    Operations during Calls Adjusting the Earpiece Volume during a Call You can use or the side key ( or ) to adjust the earpiece volume to one of five levels. To switch the sound to the speaker to To adjust the earpiece volume in standby mode, press and hold and use enable a handsfree call, press to adjust the volume.

  • Page 37: Call Log

    Call Log You can view dialled numbers, missed calls, received calls, call time, call costs and data transfer volume. You can perform the following 1. In standby mode, press . The main menu appears. operations if you press (Options) Contacts Call Log while viewing dialled numbers, missed calls or received calls.

  • Page 38: Optional Services

    Optional Services For details on services, contact your service provider. Voicemail Service If you are unable to answer a call because, for instance, your phone is out of range or a call is in progress, the caller can leave a message (voicemail) at the Voicemail Centre. indicator appears on the display when you have a new message.

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    Call Divert Service This service allows you to divert calls you are unable to answer to a preset phone number. • To confirm the status of all call divert services, select Status after Starting the Call Divert Service Step 2 and press (Request).

  • Page 40: Call Barring Service

    5. Select an input method for the phone number and press (Select). 6. Set a phone number and press (Set/Request). After a network connection is established, the settings complete screen appears. Stopping the Call Divert Service 1. After Step 2 of “Starting the Call Divert Service” (page 37), select Deactivate All and press (Request).

  • Page 41: Call Waiting Service

    Call Waiting Service When you receive a call during a call, you can place the current call on hold and answer the incoming call. If the incoming call is from a caller whose phone number is in the Contacts list (page 46), the caller’s name and phone number are displayed. Starting the Call Waiting Service 1.

  • Page 42

    Stopping the Call Waiting Service 1. After Step 2 of “Starting the Call Waiting Service” (page 39), select Deactivate and press (Request). After a network connection is established, the settings complete screen appears. Multiparty Call Service This service allows you to call other parties during a call and then switch between the Note parties or talk to multiple parties simultaneously.

  • Page 43: Caller Id Service

    Caller ID Service This service allows you to set whether to notify the other party of your phone number when you make a call. You can set whether to automatically 1. Before the phone number, dial if you want to notify the other show/hide your phone number (page party of your phone number and dial if you do not want to...

  • Page 44: Character Input

    Character Input Character Input Modes Your phone has four character input modes. Use these modes when saving new entries to the Contacts list or creating text messages. • You can perform the following Switching Character Input Modes operations in T9 mode or Multi Tap mode.

  • Page 45

    2. Enter characters. predictions, the word will appear next time if you add it to the T9 Example: To enter “toshiba,” press dictionary (page 45). If the word you want to enter does not appear, press to display the next •...

  • Page 46: Entering Symbols

    Entering Symbols Note 1. In a character input screen, switch to Symbols mode (page 42). The list of emoticons cannot be To display the Emoticon list, press displayed for some functions. 2. Select a symbol and press Using Numeric Mode In Numeric mode, you can enter a number in a character input screen by simply pressing the digit key to which the number is assigned.

  • Page 47

    Setting the Input Language The language displayed in character input screens is the display language set for the language setting (page 137). You can also change the input language temporarily during character input. 1. In a character input screen, press (Options), select Input Language and press (Select).

  • Page 48: Contacts

    Contacts The following items are displayed in the Contacts menu. ◆ Contacts List: Displays the Contacts list. ◆ Create Contact: Allows you to add a new entry to the Contacts list. ◆ Call Log: Displays the Call Log screen (page 35). ◆...

  • Page 49

    Adding an Entry to the Contacts List You can save up to 500 Contacts list entries to your phone. You can also save Contacts Note list entries to the SIM card and memory card. The ability to store the maximum amount •...

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    ◆ Company: Allows you to enter a company name. ◆ Birthday: Allows you to enter a birthday. ◆ URL: Allows you to enter a URL. ◆ Category: Allows you to set the category. ◆ Picture: Allows you to set a picture to appear on the display for an incoming call. •...

  • Page 51: Renaming A Category

    Editing Categories Your phone has preset categories. In addition, you can set your own categories. You can edit and set the options of categories. For each category, you can set the incoming external light, ringtone volume, ringtone pattern and vibration. Renaming a Category 1.

  • Page 52: Setting Groups

    Setting Options for a Category 1. After Step 3 of “Renaming a Category” (page 49), select Category Options and Note press The option settings for individual 2. Select the item you want to set and press (Select). entries (page 48) take priority over the option settings for a category.

  • Page 53

    9. Enter a phone number or email address and press 10. Press (Options). 11. Select Save and press (Select). Editing Group Members 1. After Step 3 of “Adding a New Member to a Group” (page 50), select the number you want to edit and press (Options).

  • Page 54: Contacts List

    Making a Call & Sending a Message from the Contacts List 1. In standby mode, press . The main menu appears. Contacts Contacts List • To search the Contacts list, press 3. Select an entry and press (Options) after Step 2 and select Search by.

  • Page 55

    Using Speed Calling In standby mode, you can make calls quickly and easily to phone numbers in the Speed Calling list. You can add up to nine phone numbers to the list. Adding a Phone Number to the Speed Calling List 1.

  • Page 56: Editing Contacts List Entries

    Editing Contacts List Entries You can edit and delete entries in the Contacts list individually. 1. In standby mode, press . The main menu appears. • To edit the address, category, picture or sound settings, press Contacts Contacts List (Options) after Step 3 and select Edit.

  • Page 57

    ◆ Send vCard: Converts a Contacts list entry to vCard format and sends it. ◆ Memory Card: Displays a list of Contacts list entries in the memory card. ◆ Phone/SIM: Displays a list of Contacts list entries in the phone and SIM card. ◆...

  • Page 58: Owner Information

    Owner Information You can display and edit owner information such as the phone number and email address of your phone. 1. In standby mode, press . The main menu appears. To send the owner information by infrared (page 162) or Bluetooth™ Contacts My Details (page 158), select Contacts in Step...

  • Page 59: Media Player

    Media Player In This Chapter ❍ Media Player Menu ❍ Playback Screen of Media Player ❍ Playing Music & Videos ❍ Using Music Player ❍ Transferring Music from a PC to a Memory Card ❍ Using Playlists ❍ Other Operations & Settings...

  • Page 60: Media Player Menu

    Media Player Menu In standby mode, you can display the Media Player menu if you press . The Media Player menu has three tabs (sub menus). To switch between the tabs, press Tips • For some items, a number is Music Tab displayed to the right of the name.

  • Page 61: Playback Screen Of Media Player

    Playable Music Files You can play the following music files. However, some music files may not be able to be played. Also, the Toshiba 803 cannot play variable bit rate (VBR) encoded music files. File Format Bit Rate (kbps) Sampling Frequency (kHz) AMR-NB 4.75 to 12.2...

  • Page 62: Playing Music & Videos

    Playing Music & Videos 1. In standby mode, press . The Media Player menu appears. 2. Use to switch to the Music tab or Video tab, select Playlists, Music Library, My Sounds, My Videos or Recent and press (Select). 3. Select a playlist or a file within a folder and press Playback begins.

  • Page 63

    Switching Play Modes You can switch to any of the following play modes if you press (Options) while a Note track is playing/paused and select Play Mode. This operation is not possible for the ◆ Repeat ( ): Plays the current track repeatedly. playback of tracks from Recent.

  • Page 64: Using Music Player

    Using Music Player Music Player allows you to listen to music while your phone is closed. The Music Player keys and remote control keys enable you to play tracks and adjust the volume. Playback Screen of Music Player Play mode Playback status Title or file name Progress bar...

  • Page 65

    3. Select a playlist or track and press (Select). Playback begins. You can press or press and To select another playlist or track, press during playback. You can display hold to start Music Player. the menu without ending playback. However, the playback screen displayed last time appears if a file was being played the last time Music Player or Media Player ended.

  • Page 66: Transferring Music From A Pc To A Memory Card

    Transferring Music from a PC to a Memory Card You can use a USB connection and the supplied music transfer software to transfer Note music files and playlists from a PC to the memory card. All music files transferred to your phone using the music transfer software are stored in the music library of the •...

  • Page 67: Transferring Music Files

    Switching to Music Transfer Mode from the Main Menu You can also switch to music transfer mode from the main menu. Note 1. In standby mode, Press . The main menu appears. • Connect the PC and your phone by Settings Connectivity Music Transfer...

  • Page 68

    Setting Display of the Music Transfer Mode Confirmation Screen You can set whether to display the confirmation screen for switching to music transfer mode (page 64). 1. In standby mode, Press . The main menu appears. Settings Connectivity Confirmation 3. Select Display or Do not Display and press (Select).

  • Page 69: Using Playlists

    Using Playlists You can create up to ten playlists in your phone. You can also create up to ten playlists in a memory card. Each playlist can contain up to 50 tracks. Creating a Playlist 1. Display the Music tab (page 58) of the Media Player menu, select Playlists and press (Select).

  • Page 70: Editing A Playlist

    Editing a Playlist You can add new tracks to a playlist you have already created, as well as change the playback order and delete tracks. • To check the details of a track, 1. After Step 1 of “Creating a Playlist” (page 67), select the playlist you want to edit select the track, press (Options) and press...

  • Page 71: Other Operations & Settings

    Other Operations & Settings Other Operations You can perform various operations such as sending a file or enhancing the bass sound if you press (Options) while a playlist or file list is displayed or a file is playing/ paused. Media Player Settings 1.

  • Page 72

    Media Player...

  • Page 73: Video Telephony

    Video Telephony A video call allows both you and the other party to see each other’s image during the call. In This Chapter ❍ Video Calls ❍ Making a Video Call ❍ Answering a Video Call ❍ Convenient Functions for Video Calls ❍...

  • Page 74: Video Calls

    Video Calls A video call allows two parties with video call compatible phones to see each other’s Note image during the call. • A video call is only possible in Indicators areas with 3G-network coverage. • The video call function of your The following indicators appear during video calls.

  • Page 75: Making A Video Call

    Making a Video Call 1. In standby mode, confirm that the indicator for indicating you are in an Note area with 3G-network coverage is displayed. If a video call connection could not be 2. Enter a phone number and press (Options).

  • Page 76: Answering A Video Call

    Answering a Video Call When a video call is received, the ringtone plays, the external light flashes and “Video Call” appears on the display. To place an incoming call on hold, 1. A video call is received. press (Hold). To answer a call 2.

  • Page 77: Convenient Functions For Video Calls

    Convenient Functions for Video Calls The following convenient functions are available during calls. Video Call Options You can perform the following operations if you press (Options) during a video call. ◆ Hold: Allows you to place a call on hold. While on hold, voice guidance notifies the other party that he/she has been placed on hold.

  • Page 78: Using The Zoom

    Switching between the Earpiece & Speaker You can switch between the earpiece and speaker during a call. To switch between the earpiece and speaker, press ) or ) during a call. Using the Zoom You can enlarge the image to be sent to the other party during a call. Note To use the zoom, press during a call.

  • Page 79: Video Call Settings

    Video Call Settings You can set the outgoing video, auto answer, backlight and hold guidance settings for video calls. 1. In standby mode, press . The main menu appears. Settings Call Settings Video Call ◆ Outgoing Video: Allows you to specify whether to send pictures taken with the camera or a picture from My Items during a video call.

  • Page 80

    Video Telephony...

  • Page 81: Camera/video Camera

    Camera/Video Camera You can take pictures and record videos and then save them, attach them to messages and display them on a TV. You can also edit pictures. In This Chapter ❍ Camera ❍ Taking a Picture ❍ Recording a Video ❍...

  • Page 82: Camera

    Camera You can use the camera to take pictures and record videos, as well as to scan QR code (page 155). Modes for Taking Pictures ◆ Landscape Mode: Allows you to take high-quality pictures at W640 × H480 or higher resolution. ◆...

  • Page 83

    Screens Indicators Camera Indicators Picture Mode/Multi Shots: Landscape Mode, Portrait Mode, Scanner, Multi Shots (High Speed), (Normal Speed), (Low Speed) Picture Size: W1728 × H1296, W1600 × H1200, W1280 × H960, W640 × H480, W240 × H320, Camera Monitor Screen W144 ×...

  • Page 84

    Video Camera Indicators Video Mode Video Size: W320 × H240, W176 × H144 Video Quality: Super Fine, Fine, Normal Voice Record Off Status: Standby, Recording, Stopped, Playing, Paused, Forward, Rewind, Frame Forward/Slow Playback, Frame Rewind Camera & Video Camera Indicators Exposure Control: -2.0 ...

  • Page 85: Taking A Picture

    Taking a Picture There are two modes for taking pictures: Landscape mode and Portrait mode (page 80). You can also edit the pictures you take and set them for Contacts list entries. 1. In standby mode, press the side key ( The monitor screen appears.

  • Page 86: Preview Screen Options

    ◆ Multi Shots: Allows you to take up to nine pictures in succession at one of three Note different speeds. ◆ Add Frame: Allows you to add a frame to a picture. If Landscape mode is set, Multi shots is unavailable. ◆...

  • Page 87: Recording A Video

    Recording a Video There are two modes for recording videos: Camcorder and For MMS (page 80). Note 1. In standby mode, press and hold the side key ( ). A video being recorded in For MMS mode cannot be paused. You can adjust the exposure and zoom from the monitor screen.

  • Page 88

    Monitor Screen Options You can perform the following operations if you press (Options) from the monitor screen. ◆ Record Mode: Allows you to change the record mode (size). ◆ My Videos: Allows you to see the videos you recorded previously. ◆...

  • Page 89: Picture & Video Settings

    Picture & Video Settings Settings for Taking Pictures 1. In standby mode, press . The main menu appears. Note Camera Settings Camera Settings • If picture effects is set, colour control is unavailable. ◆ Picture Settings: Allows you to set the picture quality, picture size, picture •...

  • Page 90

    ◆ File Name: Allows you to preset the file name to use when saving videos to the date and time the videos were recorded or a name of your choice. ◆ Start/End Sounds: Allows you to set the sounds to use when starting and ending recording.

  • Page 91

    Shortcut Key Assignment The following keypad shortcuts are available while you are taking pictures and recording videos. Taking Pictures Recording Videos Key Guide Key Guide Camera Mode Record Mode Delay Timer Delay Timer Picture Effects Effects Picture Quality Video Quality White Balance White Balance Macro Mode...

  • Page 92

    Camera/Video Camera...

  • Page 93: Messaging

    Messaging Messaging allows you to send and receive text messages, pictures, sounds, vObjects and other data via the Vodafone live! Service Centre. In This Chapter ❍ Messaging Capabilities ❍ Creating & Sending an MMS Message ❍ Creating & Sending an SMS Message ❍...

  • Page 94: Messaging Capabilities

    Messaging Capabilities Via the Service Centre, you can exchange text messages, pictures, sounds, vObjects Note and other data with other phones or PCs and other devices connected to the Internet. For details on the messaging service, contact your service provider. •...

  • Page 95: Creating & Sending An Mms Message

    Creating & Sending an MMS Message The Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS) allows you to exchange multimedia Note messages containing data such as text, pictures, sounds, animations and video clips. For details on MMS, contact your service provider. • Although the MMS functions vary by country, the main functions are You can send a message up to 100 KB including body text and attachment files.

  • Page 96

    4. Select Send to and press 5. Select how to set the address and press (Select). 6. Specify an address and press The Recipient list appears. 7. Select Send and press The message is sent and then saved to Sent Messages. Managing Pages You can add, delete and replace pages.

  • Page 97

    Setting the File Playback Time You can set the playback time for the text and attached files. Note 1. From the Create MMS Message screen (page 93), select text or an attached file and A start time and display duration that press (Options).

  • Page 98: Creating & Sending An Sms Message

    Creating & Sending an SMS Message The Short Message Service (SMS) allows you to exchange text messages with other phones. For details on SMS, contact your service provider. 1. In standby mode, press ). The message menu appears. Create Message You can add or edit an address, save The Create Message screen appears.

  • Page 99: Reading Received Mms & Sms Messages

    Reading Received MMS & SMS Messages When a message is received in standby mode, you are notified by the ringtone and Note vibration. At the top of the display, the indicator appears for an MMS message and indicator appears for an SMS message. Received messages are saved to •...

  • Page 100

    Checking WAP Push Messages WAP Push is an information delivery service that allows you to receive notifications in real time from the Web server. When you receive a message, the indicator appears at the top of the display. If Auto Launch (page 115) of the browser settings is set to On, your phone accesses the specified URL as soon as the message is received.

  • Page 101: Checking Sent Mms & Sms Messages

    Checking Sent MMS & SMS Messages 1. In standby mode, press ). The message menu appears. 2. Select Sent Messages and press (Select). A list of sent messages appears. The following indicators appear for MMS messages. MMS message ( high priority level, low priority level) Delivered MMS message ( high priority level,...

  • Page 102: Mms/sms Settings & Common Operations

    MMS/SMS Settings & Common Operations Common Settings You can set various settings common to MMS and SMS. 1. In standby mode, press ). The message menu appears. Settings Common Settings ◆ Reply Settings: Allows you to set whether to quote received messages when replying to them.

  • Page 103

    • Reply for Delivery: Allows you to set whether to reply to requests for delivery confirmation. • Anonymous Msg.: Allows you to set whether to receive anonymous messages. ◆ Sending Settings • Sender Visibility: Allows you to set whether to notify recipients of your address.

  • Page 104: Sms Settings

    SMS Settings Note 1. In standby mode, press ). The message menu appears. Do not change the centre number for Settings SMS Settings the Message Centre unless your ◆ Delivery Report: Allows you to receive delivery reports to confirm whether sent service provider informs you that it has been changed.

  • Page 105

    Using Drafts & Unsent Messages Note 1. In standby mode, press ). The message menu appears. • Some items do not appear 2. Select Drafts or Unsent Messages and press (Select). depending on the message type. 3. Select a message and press (Options).

  • Page 106: Email

    Email You can exchange long text messages and picture, video and sound attachments with email compatible devices. For details, contact your service provider. Setting Your Email Account Note When you switch email accounts, any You can set the information required to access the mailbox of your email account. received messages stored in the 1.

  • Page 107

    Switching Email Accounts 1. In standby mode, press ). The message menu appears. Settings Email Settings Email Accounts 3. Select the account you want to use and press (Options). 4. Select Set. Creating & Sending an Email Message You can send an email message up to 700 KB including the recipient address, subject, body text and attachment files.

  • Page 108: Receiving Email

    10. Specify an attachment file and press The Attachment File list appears. (Options) and select Add File. To add another file, press 11. Press (Options). 12. Select Send and press (Select). The message is sent and then saved to Sent Messages. Receiving Email Unlike MMS and SMS, you need to check whether you have any new messages on the email server and then download them.

  • Page 109: Checking Received Messages

    Checking Email Messages in Inbox Checking Received Messages 1. In standby mode, press ). The message menu appears. Email Inbox The list appears. The following indicators appear in the list. List Screen Unread Read 3. Select the message you want to check and press .

  • Page 110

    Checking Email Messages in Sent Messages Checking Sent Messages Successfully sent messages are saved to Sent Messages. 1. In standby mode, press ). The message menu appears. Email Sent Messages 3. Select the message you want to check and press The message appears.

  • Page 111: Postcard

    Postcard Postcard is a service that allows you to create an actual postcard by adding a message Note to a picture taken with the camera or a picture saved to My Items, and then send it to the postal address of a specified recipient. For details on the Postcard service, contact •...

  • Page 112

    9. Specify an address. You can specify up to three addresses. 10. Select Send and press 11. Select Send and press The postcard is sent and then saved to Sent Messages. Add Recipient Screen Create Postcard Screen Operations You can perform the following operations if you press (Options) while the Create Note Postcard screen (page 109) is displayed.

  • Page 113: Live! Studio

    live! Studio live! Studio allows you to upload MMS messages, picture and other files in My Items Note and pictures and videos taken/recorded with the camera to Web pages. Some Web pages allow you to share the pictures you have taken and exchange files. For details on •...

  • Page 114

    Messaging...

  • Page 115: Vodafone Live

    Vodafone live! Vodafone live! is an online service that allows you to use the Internet to access various genres of content. You can browse information or download pictures, melodies and applications. In This Chapter ❍ Accessing Vodafone live! ❍ Bookmarks ❍...

  • Page 116: Accessing Vodafone Live

    Accessing Vodafone live! A separate subscription is required to use the Vodafone live! service. For details, Note contact your service provider. • The network service is only 1. In standby mode, press . The main menu appears. available while 2. Select Vodafone live! and press (Select).

  • Page 117

    • Certification: Allows you to confirm details on a certificate issued from a certificate authority. • Auto Launch: Allows you to set whether to start the browser automatically when a WAP push message is received. Key Assignments for Browsing the Web The following shows the key assignments for browsing the Web.

  • Page 118: Bookmarks

    Bookmarks To add a bookmark, press (Options) while a Web page is displayed, select Bookmarks and select Add Bookmark. You can also use folders to organise bookmarks. Accessing a Page from a Bookmark 1. In standby mode, press . The main menu appears. You can create a folder or edit a Vodafone live! Bookmarks...

  • Page 119: Other Operations

    Other Operations You can perform various operations such as moving to another page or clearing the cache if you press (Options) while a Web page is displayed. Using Files in Web Pages You can perform various operations such as saving and displaying/playing picture and Note animation files in Web pages.

  • Page 120: Games & More

    Games & More From Web pages, you can download a variety of Java™ compatible applications such Note as games and applications that obtain information in real time. In addition to ordinary applications that run solely on your phone, some applications When you use a network Java™...

  • Page 121

    Downloading Java™ Applications Note 1. In standby mode, press . The main menu appears. If you replace the SIM card, Games&More Applications More Games downloaded Java™ applications and any preinstalled Java™ applications An application download site appears. that were updated will no longer be available.

  • Page 122: Setting The Screensaver

    Starting a Java™ Application 1. In standby mode, press . The main menu appears. Games&More Applications 3. Select the Java™ application you want to start and press indicator appears at the top of the display and the Java™ application starts. If you close your phone, the Java™ application stops. 4.

  • Page 123

    Java™ Application Settings 1. In standby mode, press . The main menu appears. • You can also change the volume Games&More Settings level while a Java™ application is ◆ Priority Settings: Allows you to set the priority for when there is an incoming running.

  • Page 124

    Managing Java™ Applications 1. In standby mode, press . The main menu appears. Games&More Applications 3. Select a Java™ application and press (Options). ◆ Start: Runs the Java™ application. ◆ Delete: Deletes the Java™ application. ◆ Select Multi: Allows you to select multiple Java™ applications and then delete them.

  • Page 125: My Items

    My Items The data you save in your phone is stored in My Items. You can move the data stored in the folders of My Items and edit it for use with other functions. In This Chapter ❍ My Items ❍...

  • Page 126: My Items

    My Items My Items of your phone contains ten preinstalled folders for storing files. In addition to Note these, you can create your own folders (personal folders). My Items can store a total combination of approximately 500 files and personal folders. You can also use My Items •...

  • Page 127: Displaying Files On A Tv

    Displaying Files on a TV You can use a TV to display pictures and Videos stored in My Items, as well as screens of the camera and some Java™ applications (page 120). Also, the camera allows you to use a TV as the display when you take pictures and record videos. Switching TV Systems The TV systems supported by your phone are the NTSC and PAL systems.

  • Page 128: Using Vobjects

    Using vObjects vObject is a collective name for file formats that enable your phone and other vObject compatible phones, PCs and other devices to exchange and mutually use data such as Contacts list entries and Calendar data. ◆ vObject compatible software is required to use the data of vObjects on a PC or other device.

  • Page 129: Using The Memory Card

    Using the Memory Card You can check and edit pictures and other data saved to the memory card. You can also save a backup of My Items, Contacts list and other data in your phone to the memory card. Formatting the Memory Card You can use your phone to format the memory card.

  • Page 130: Using The Sim Card

    Using the SIM Card You can move or copy Contacts list entries from your phone or memory card to the SIM card, as well as move SMS messages from your phone to the SIM card. Although the number of Contacts list entries you can save to the SIM card depends on the amount of available memory space, the maximum number of entries is 250.

  • Page 131

    Moving SMS Messages You can move messages in the Inbox (page 92) and Sent Messages (page 92) of your phone and messages in your SIM card. Although the number of messages you can save to the SIM card depends on the amount of available memory space, the maximum number of sent and received messages is 50.

  • Page 132

    My Items...

  • Page 133: Settings

    Settings You can make various settings to personalise your phone. In This Chapter ❍ Display Settings ❍ Phone Profiles ❍ Language Setting ❍ Shortcut Function ❍ External Light Settings ❍ Flight Mode Setting ❍ Call Settings ❍ Using the Stereo Handsfree Headset ❍...

  • Page 134: Display Settings

    Display Settings Setting the Main Display 1. In standby mode, press . The main menu appears. Settings Display Settings Main Display ◆ Wallpaper: Allows you to set a picture preinstalled in your phone or taken with the camera as the wallpaper for standby mode. ◆...

  • Page 135

    Setting the Incoming Display You can set a picture to appear on the main display for incoming calls. You can also set Note whether the other party’s name and phone number appear on the external display for • You can set a picture of W240 × incoming calls.

  • Page 136: Phone Profiles

    Phone Profiles This feature allows you to change the sound and vibration to match your surrounding conditions. Your phone has four preset profiles. You can change the sound and vibration Note settings of each profile. When your phone is connected to an in-car device or a wireless headset Normal: Profile for ordinary use.

  • Page 137

    Personalising Profiles You can personalise profiles. The items you can personalise vary depending on the profile. • To switch to a profile, select 1. In standby mode, press . The main menu appears. Activate after Step 3. Settings Phone Profiles •...

  • Page 138

    ◆ Battery Alarm: Allows you to set whether to play the battery alarm, when the battery level (pages 19, 21) is very low and your phone is about to run out of power, for any profile except Silent. ◆ Alarm: Allows you to set whether to play the alarm for Silent and Meeting. Settings...

  • Page 139: Language Setting

    Language Setting You can change the display language. 1. In standby mode, press . The main menu appears. If the language is set to Automatic, Settings Phone Settings Language the language is set automatically in accordance with the language priority 3.

  • Page 140: Shortcut Function

    Shortcut Function Setting the Shortcut Menu If you register frequently used functions in the Shortcut menu, you can access them quickly and easily. You can set up to nine frequently used functions. To access a function from the 1. In standby mode, press .

  • Page 141: External Light Settings

    External Light Settings When you receive a voice call, video call or message or have unchecked information, the external light flashes if your phone is closed. 1. In standby mode, press . The main menu appears. Settings Phone Settings External Light ◆...

  • Page 142: Flight Mode Setting

    Flight Mode Setting You can use flight mode to block signal reception and transmission without turning off Note the power. Flight mode disables the use of network services for making and receiving calls, sending and receiving messages, etc. You can cancel flight mode and make an emergency call if you dial the 1.

  • Page 143: Call Settings

    Call Settings Showing/Hiding Caller ID Note You can set whether to automatically notify the other party of your phone number when you make a call. Regardless of this function setting or network setting, you can still show/hide 1. In standby mode, press .

  • Page 144

    Setting Mute You can mute the outgoing voice or both the outgoing voice and incoming voice for calls. 1. In standby mode, press . The main menu appears. Settings Call Settings Voice Call or Video Call Mute 3. Select Mute My Voice, Mute All or Off and press (Select).

  • Page 145: Common Settings

    Common Settings 1. In standby mode, press . The main menu appears. Settings Call Settings Common Settings ◆ Earpiece Volume: Allows you to set the volume for sound heard from the earpiece. ◆ Speaker Volume: Allows you to set the volume for sound heard from the speaker.

  • Page 146: Using The Stereo Handsfree Headset

    Using the Stereo Handsfree Headset Simply pressing the key of the stereo handsfree headset ( ) allows you to dial a preset phone number or answer a call without even opening your phone. 1. Open the earphone microphone jack cover. 2.

  • Page 147: Security Settings

    Security Settings You can configure security related settings such as setting call barring or changing the lock number for your phone. 1. In standby mode, press . The main menu appears. Settings Security Settings ◆ PIN Code Request: Allows you to set whether to request the entering of your PIN code to perform verification each time a SIM card is inserted into the phone and the power is turned on.

  • Page 148: Key Guard

    Key Guard Setting the Key Guard The key guard can prevent unintentional operations while your phone is in your bag or pocket by disabling the side keys and Music Player keys for operating your phone when it is closed. 1. While your phone is closed, press and hold ( ). indicator appears on the external display.

  • Page 149

    Initialising Your Phone You can delete all saved data such as Contacts list entries, My Items files and Note messages, as well as reset all function settings. This operation does not reset the 1. In standby mode, press . The main menu appears. data of the security code (page 24), SIM card and memory card.

  • Page 150: Network & Internet

    Network & Internet You can set the network (telecommunications carrier) and system mode to use. You can also set the network connection information for using the Web and email. Note that you may no longer be able to connect to the home network if the settings are set incorrectly.

  • Page 151: Convenient Functions

    Convenient Functions Your phone includes various convenient functions. In This Chapter ❍ Calendar ❍ Voice Recorder ❍ Multi Task ❍ Other Convenient Functions...

  • Page 152: Calendar

    Calendar Calendar allows you to save your appointments and use your phone as a scheduler. Adding a New Appointment You can save up to 100 appointments. Note 1. In standby mode, press . The main menu appears. • If you change the Home City setting (page 30) in the clock settings, the Organiser&Tools Calendar...

  • Page 153: Managing Appointments

    6. Press (Options) after setting the items. 7. Select Save and press (Select). At the date and time set for an alarm, the alarm plays and “Appointment” appears in the external display. To stop the alarm, press any key except the Music Player keys.

  • Page 154: Voice Recorder

    Voice Recorder The voice recorder allows you to record sound and then save the recording data to the Recordings folder in the Sounds&Ringtones folder of My Items. Although the possible length of recording time depends on the amount of available memory space in My Items, the maximum recording time is 90 minutes for each recording.

  • Page 155: Multi Task

    Multi Task This feature allows you to run up to two functions (applications) simultaneously and switch between them. Starting a New Application You can start another application without ending the application you are using. Note 1. Press while an application is in use. •...

  • Page 156: Other Convenient Functions

    Other Convenient Functions Accessing Other Functions from the Organiser & Tools Menu The following functions are also available in the Organiser & Tools menu. 1. In standby mode, press . The main menu appears. 2. Select Organiser&Tools and press (Select). The Organiser &...

  • Page 157

    QR Code The camera allows you to scan QR codes. To scan QR codes, set the camera to Scanner mode (page 80). You can connect to a URL included in the scanned information or create a message to send to an address included in the scanned information. When a barcode has been divided into data areas, you can scan up to 16 data areas consecutively.

  • Page 158

    Convenient Functions...

  • Page 159: File Transfer & Synchronisation

    File Transfer & Synchronisation You can use Bluetooth™, infrared, a USB cable or a memory card to transfer data between your phone and other phones, PCs and other devices. These capabilities allow you to back up data and manage the same data on multiple devices. In This Chapter ❍...

  • Page 160: File Transfer

    File Transfer Using Bluetooth™ for Transferring Data Bluetooth™ is a technology that facilitates wireless communication between PCs and Note devices such as handsfree compatible devices. • If a USB cable is connected to your You can transfer the data of the Contacts list, Calendar and My Items between your phone while you are using phone and Bluetooth™...

  • Page 161

    Registering a Bluetooth™ Compatible Device Before establishing a Bluetooth™ connection, you need to perform a search for the Bluetooth™ compatible device to be connected. Bluetooth™ compatible devices that If you enter the same PIN code (4 to can be detected and connected to are referred to as paired devices. You can register up 16 digits) on both your phone and a to 20 paired devices.

  • Page 162: Setting Your Phone

    Setting Your Phone 1. Select Bluetooth in Step 2 of “Activating Bluetooth™” (page 158), select My Phone ID and press (Select). ◆ Visibility: Allows you to set whether your phone is recognised when it is detected during a search by a Bluetooth™ compatible device in the vicinity. ◆...

  • Page 163

    Using Bluetooth™ for Receiving Data When Bluetooth™ is enabled, you can receive data. 1. Press (Yes) when a confirmation screen appears after a connection request is • The received Contacts list and received from a Bluetooth™ compatible device in the vicinity. Calendar data is saved to the Contacts list and Calendar.

  • Page 164

    Using Infrared for Transferring Data You can use infrared to exchange the Calendar data of your phone, Contacts list entries of your phone, memory card or SIM card, pictures/videos taken or recorded with the camera and My Items data that can be forwarded with an infrared compatible phone, PC or other device.

  • Page 165

    Using Infrared for Sending Data 1. Set up the other infrared compatible device to receive data. Note 2. Select Via Infrared from the Options menu of a function and press (Select). • The following files cannot be sent. • Files in Games&More, My Saved Pages and Templates of My Items •...

  • Page 166

    Using Infrared for Backing Up & Restoring Data You can back up or restore files and folders in Pictures, Videos, Sounds&Ringtones and Note Other Documents of My Items to a PC. Copyright protected files cannot be backed up. All the data may not be able to be 1.

  • Page 167

    Using a USB Cable for Transferring Data As shown in the illustration on the left, you can use a USB cable to connect your phone to a PC, then send and receive the Contacts list, Calendar and My Items data. For details on transferring music data, see “Transferring Music from a PC to a Memory Card”...

  • Page 168

    4. Follow the instructions on the PC to receive data from your phone to the PC. To synchronise data on a PC with the Contacts list and Calendar of your phone, follow the PC on-screen instructions to send synchronisation commands from the PC after Step 3. Using a USB Cable for Receiving Data You can receive data to the Contacts list, Calendar and My Items.

  • Page 169

    Using the Memory Card for Transferring Data You can transfer Contacts list and Calendar data between your phone and memory Note card. We recommend using the memory card for backing up personal data. The When you back up/restore data, flight memory card needs to be formatted before it is used for the first time.

  • Page 170

    Backing Up Data to the Memory Card 1. Insert the memory card in the slot of your phone. 2. In standby mode, press . The main menu appears. Note Organiser&Tools Backup Backup It is recommended that you do not 4. Select the data you want to back up and press use a PC or other device to view or edit a backup file in the memory card A check mark is added to the check box.

  • Page 171

    Restoring Data from the Memory Card 1. Insert the memory card in the slot of your phone. To delete one or all backup files, 2. In standby mode, press . The main menu appears. press (Options) after Step 4 and Organiser&Tools Backup Restore...

  • Page 172: File Synchronisation

    File Synchronisation You can use the network of a service provider, infrared or USB cable to synchronise the data on a network server or PC with the Contacts list and Calendar of your phone. The supplied data management software My Mobile needs to be installed. Using a Network for Synchronisation You can register a server on your phone to synchronise the Contacts list via the network of a service provider.

  • Page 173

    7. Select the item you want to set and press ◆ Rename: Allows you to change the name of the selected server. ◆ Username: Allows you to set the user name for the server. ◆ Password: Allows you to set a password. ◆...

  • Page 174

    Synchronising the Contacts List 1. In standby mode, press . The main menu appears. Contacts Synchronise ◆ Server Profile: Allows you to select a server and perform synchronisation. ◆ Phone Name: Allows you to change your phone name. ◆ Sync. Log: Allows you to confirm the last five synchronisations. File Transfer &...

  • Page 175: Appendix

    Appendix In This Chapter ❍ Troubleshooting ❍ Specifications & Accessories ❍ Index ❍ Health and Safety Information ❍ Menu Structure...

  • Page 176: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Problem Possible Causes and Remedies Cannot turn the power on. • Make sure the battery pack is inserted correctly (page 26). • Make sure the battery is charged (page 27). Cannot charge the battery. • Make sure the battery pack is inserted correctly (page 26). •...

  • Page 177: Specifications & Accessories

    Approx. 100 min. ◆ Audio Remote Controller (803 RC/B, 803 RC/W) Within GSM area Approx. 320 min. ◆ 3.5mm Stereo Jack Adapter (803 HS-AD/B, 803 HS-AD/W) Continuous Standby Time ◆ Video Cable for TV Connection (TSVD01EU) Within 3G (UMTS) area Approx.

  • Page 178: Index

    Appendix Index Call diverting service 37 Downloading 119 Call logs 35 Drafts 92, 103 Accessories 175 Call waiting service 39 DTMF tones 34, 76 Alarms 154 Caller ID service 41, 141 Attachment 93, 105 Car, phone profiles 134 Audio remote control keys 18, 60, 63 Earpiece volume 34 Certification 115 Auto answer 141...

  • Page 179

    Infrared 162 Phone lock 145 Transferring data 162 Sending my number 41, 141 Navigation key 18 Input language 45 Sent messages 99, 108 Network 148 Input methods 42 Shortcut keys Notepad 154 International Call 32 Navigation keys 16, 18 Shortcut key 138 Owner information 56 Side shortcut key 17, 155 Java™...

  • Page 180

    Unsent messages 92, 103 USB 165 Cable 12, 27, 165, 170 Transferring data 165 Vibration 48, 135 Video cable 125 vObject 126 Vodafone live! 114 Voice recorder 152 Recording 152 Voicemail 36 WAP push 98 Warranty 4 World Clock 154 Appendix...

  • Page 181: Health And Safety Information

    Appendix Health and Safety Information Safety Guidelines • Switch your phone off if you are entering a hospital or other such institution. Medical equipment may be affected by the phone so Follow the guidelines below to use your phone in a safe and legal you should observe any building regulation governing phone manner.

  • Page 182: Battery Safety

    Dialling Numbers is set, flight mode is set or call barring service is +35°C (+95°F). set. • Only use batteries approved by Toshiba and only recharge the However, there is no guarantee that a connection can be established battery with the recommended charger supplied by Toshiba.

  • Page 183: Fcc Rf Exposure Information

    FCC RF Exposure Information The FCC has granted an Equipment Authorization for this model handset with all reported SAR levels evaluated as in compliance with Your handset is a radio transmitter and receiver. It is designed and the FCC RF emission guidelines. SAR information on this model manufactured not to exceed the emission limits for exposure to radio handset is on file with the FCC and can be found under the Display frequency (RF) energy set by the Federal Communications...

  • Page 184: European Rf Exposure Information

    European RF Exposure Information The World Health Organization has stated that present scientific information does not indicate the need for any special precautions for Your mobile device is a radio transmitter and receiver. It is designed the use of mobile devices. They note that if you want to reduce your not to exceed the limits for exposure to radio waves recommended by exposure then you can do so by limiting the length of calls or using a international guidelines.

  • Page 185: Menu Structure

    Menu Structure 1. Games & More 4. Camera live! Studio Synchronise Applications Take Picture Templates My Details Screensavers Record Video Other Documents Settings Settings Scan Data Memory Status Memory Status Java Information Settings 7. Organiser & Tools Service Dial No. 2.

  • Page 195: Purchase Record

    Purchase Record For your future reference, we recommend that you fill in your purchase details in the form below. Serial Number* Dealer Name Purchase Date * The serial number is printed on the bottom of the battery compartment. Following information is only for EU-member states: The use of the symbol indicates that this product may not be treated as household waste.

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