Table of Contents


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This user guide describes the many features in your handset.
Infrared Data Port
Volume Keys
Menu Key
Left Soft Key
Perform functions
identified by left
display prompt.
Triangle Key
Opens quick-access
Power/End Key
Press & hold to power
phone on & off.
Press & release to
end calls, exit menu
Power Connector
Insert charger.
Serial/USB Connector
Attach accessories.
Right Soft Key
Perform functions
identified by right
display prompt.
Headset Jack
Camera Key
Take pictures.
Video Call Key
Make video calls.
Navigation Key
Scroll through
menus and lists,
set feature values.
Send Key
Make and answer
calls, view recent /
dialled calls list.
UICC or SIM Slot
Insert Card
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Table of Contents

Summary of Contents for Motorola Mobile Phone

  • Page 1 Welcome This user guide describes the many features in your handset. Infrared Data Port Right Soft Key Perform functions identified by right Earpiece display prompt. Headset Jack Camera Camera Key Take pictures. Volume Keys Video Call Key Make video calls. Menu Key Left Soft Key Perform functions...
  • Page 2 MOTOROLA and the Stylised M Logo are registered in the US Patent & Trademark Office. All other product or service names are the property of their respective owners. The Bluetooth trademarks are owned by their proprietor and used by Motorola, Inc. under licence.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents Menu Map ......... 7 Getting Started.
  • Page 4 Setting a Wallpaper Image ......54 Setting a Screen Saver Image..... . . 54 Setting Display Colour .
  • Page 5 Storing a PIN Code with a Phone Number ... . . 86 Recording a Voice Name For a Contacts Entry ..87 Dialling a Contacts Entry .
  • Page 6 Service Dialling ....... . . 116 Quick Dialling........116 Using DTMF Tones .
  • Page 7: Menu Map

    Menu Map Main Menu Note: This is the standard phone menu layout. Menu organisation and feature Tools names may vary on your Calendar Calculator phone. Not all features may Web Access be available for all users. • Browser • Web Shortcuts •...
  • Page 8: Settings Menu

    Settings Menu Personalise Phone Status Dialling Services Main Menu My Tel. Number Barred Dial Home Keys Active Line Fixed Dial Colour Style Battery Meter Service Dial Greeting User Account Quick Dial Banner Storage Devices Banner Graphic Location Wallpaper Other Information Screen Saver Headset Quick Dial...
  • Page 9: Safety And General Information

    RF energy. When you communicate with your phone, the system handling your call controls the power level at which your phone transmits. Your Motorola phone is designed to comply with local regulatory requirements in your country concerning exposure of human beings to RF energy.
  • Page 10: Phone Operation

    Motorola may exceed RF energy exposure guidelines. If you do not use one of the body-worn accessories approved or supplied by Motorola, and are not using the phone held in the normal use position, ensure the phone and its antenna are at least 1 inch (2.5 centimetres) from your body when...
  • Page 11: Medical Devices

    facilities that may be using equipment that is sensitive to external RF energy. Aircraft When instructed to do so, turn off your phone when on board an aircraft. Any use of a phone must be in accordance with applicable regulations per airline crew instructions. Medical Devices Pacemakers Pacemaker manufacturers recommend that a minimum separation...
  • Page 12: Use While Driving

    Use While Driving Check the laws and regulations on the use of phones in the area where you drive. Always obey them. When using your phone while driving, please: • Give full attention to driving and to the road. • Use hands-free operation, if available. •...
  • Page 13: Blasting Caps And Areas

    (short circuit) and become quite hot. Exercise care in handling any charged battery, particularly when placing it inside a pocket, bag, or other container with metal objects. Use only Motorola original batteries and chargers. Your battery or phone may contain symbols, defined as follows: Symbol Definition Important safety information will follow.
  • Page 14: Repetitive Motion Injuries

    or playing video games. These seizures or blackouts may occur even if a person never had a previous seizure or blackout. If you have experienced seizures or blackouts, or if you have a family history of such occurrences, please consult with your doctor before playing video games on your phone or enabling a blinking- lights feature on your phone.
  • Page 15 European Union Directives Conformance Statement Hereby, Motorola declares that this product is in compliance with • The essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC • All other relevant EU Directives IMEI: 350034/40/394721/9 0168 Product Approval Type: MC2-41H14 Number The above gives an example of a typical Product Approval Number.
  • Page 16: Getting Started

    Contact 3 for information about availability. Optional Accessories Features marked with this label require an optional Motorola Original™ accessory. Installing the UICC or SIM Card Your 3G UICC (Universal IC Card) contains your phone number, service details, and contacts/message memory. Your handset can use GSM SIM (Subscriber Identity Module) cards, but not all features will be available.
  • Page 17 Caution: Do not bend or scratch your card. Avoid exposing your card to static electricity, water, or dirt. Do This 1 Push the battery door down to release it from the handset. 2 Open the card door on the right side of your phone.
  • Page 18: Installing The Battery

    You must install and charge the battery to use your handset. Caution: Your handset is designed to be used only with Motorola Original batteries and accessories. We recommend that you store batteries in their protective cases when not in use.
  • Page 19: Charging The Battery

    Charging the Battery New batteries are partially charged. Before you can use your handset, install and charge the battery, as follows. Note: Some batteries perform best after several full charge/ discharge cycles. Do This 1 Plug the travel charger into your handset with the release tab up.
  • Page 20 To maximise performance: • Always use Motorola Original™ batteries and battery chargers. The handset warranty does not cover damage caused from using non-Motorola batteries and/or battery chargers. • New batteries or batteries that have been stored for long periods of time may require a longer charge time.
  • Page 21: Turning Your Handset On

    Turning Your Handset On Do This 1 Press and hold the turn on your handset power key Power 2 If necessary, press select the user account you to scroll to the User want from the list of Account you want, accounts (stored on the SIM then press card)
  • Page 22: Adjusting Volume

    Adjusting Volume Press the upper or lower volume keys to: • increase and decrease earpiece or speakerphone volume during a call • increase and decrease the ringer volume setting when the idle display is visible • turn off an incoming call alert Making and Answering Calls This section describes basic calling features.
  • Page 23: Viewing Your Phone Number

    Answering a Call To answer a call, your handset must: • be turned on with the handset unlocked • have a SIM card inserted and unlocked • have a network connection with adequate signal strength When you receive a call, your handset rings and/or vibrates and displays an incoming call message.
  • Page 24: Learning To Use Your Handset

    Learning to Use Your Handset See page 1 for a basic handset diagram. Using the Display The idle display (shown below) is the standard display when you are not on a call or using the menu. Move the navigation key ( ) up, down, left, or right for quick access: Messages...
  • Page 25 At the top of the display are the following status indicators: œ Service  Current ž Text Case Ÿ Messages or Line Entry Method › Signal Security   AGPS š Data Service Service ¡ Alert Type ™ Signal J i Y9 Ü...
  • Page 26 Service Indicator Indicates when your handset uses your home network ( ) or another network ( When you leave your home network area, your handset roams or seeks another network. Current Line Indicator Indicates when you have Voice Privacy on, a call in progress, or Call Diverting on.
  • Page 27: Using The 5-Way Navigation Key

    To change the entry method, press (see page 40).   AGPS Service Indicator Indicates when AGPS Service is off (grey icon), on (white icon), or on and finding your location (green icon). Alert Type Indicator Indicates the current selected alert profile.
  • Page 28: Using The Video Call And Triangle Keys

    Using the Video Call and Triangle Keys Your handset has special keys that provide access to important features. Enter a phone number and press the Video Call key ( to make a video call (see page 49). Pressing the Triangle key ( opens a menu of 3 services.
  • Page 29: Selecting A Menu Feature

    Press to highlight a menu feature icon in the main menu. The following icons represent features that may appear in the main menu. Games & Apps Contacts Web Access Tools Messages Multimedia Settings Recent Calls Ring Styles Connection Tip: To change this menu, see page 106. Selecting a Menu Feature Select a menu feature as follows, starting from the idle display: Find the Feature...
  • Page 30: Selecting A Feature Option

    Selecting a Feature Option Some features require you to select an item from a list. Dialled Calls 10) John Smith Highlighted item 9) Lisa Owens 8) Adda Thomas 7) Jack Bradshaw Press BACK 6) Mary Smith to return to 5) Dave Thompson the previous 4) Dave Thompson screen.
  • Page 31: Entering And Editing Text

    Entering and Editing Text Some features require you to enter information. Entry Details Name:John Smith Category:General Highlighted No.:2125551212 item Type:Work Store To:Phone Press Voice Name: scroll down Speed No.:2# to additional items. DONE CHANGE 031426o Press CANCEL Press ) to exit without making CHANGE changes.
  • Page 32: Number Keys

    The message centre lets you compose and send text messages. A flashing cursor shows where text will appear. Text Case Characters remaining Msg: Flashing Üô cursor Press indicates INSERT ) to insertion insert a picture or point. other object. CANCEL INSERT 031428o CANCEL...
  • Page 33 In a text entry screen, you can press to switch entry methods. An indicator tells you which method is active (see page 25). If ) is not available, see page 41. Tap Method ï õ When you enter text using the standard tap method, the flashing cursor changes to a block cursor, and the soft key functions change.
  • Page 34 When you enter 3 or more characters in a row, your handset may guess the rest of the word. For example, if you enter you might prog see: Flashing cursor indicates insertion point. , press right to accept the Msg: Üô...
  • Page 35 ψ w x y z 9 ξ + - 0 x * / \ [ ] = > < # § Note: This chart may not reflect the exact character set on your handset. In an email address or URL editor, shows the common characters for that editor first.
  • Page 36: Entering Words

    For example, if you press , letter combinations that 7 7 6 4 match your key presses appear: Flashing cursor indicates insertion point. Press up to Program Msg: accept , or Üô right to highlight another option. Press Prog to enter a space.
  • Page 37 Press lock a highlighted combination SELECT You can press number keys to add more letters to the end of the combination. enter the highlighted combination when it spells a word A space appears after the word. If you enter a word your handset does not recognise, your handset stores it to use as one of your word options.
  • Page 38 Press lock a highlighted combination SELECT You can press number keys to add more symbols to the end of the combination enter the highlighted combination A space appears after the combination. Symbol Chart Use this chart as a guide for entering symbols in symbol method. .
  • Page 39: Deleting Letters And Words

    Using the Numeric Method In a text entry screen, press to switch entry methods until you see the Numeric icon ( ) in the status bar. á Press keypad keys to enter the numbers you want. When you finish entering numbers, press to switch to another entry method.
  • Page 40: Choosing A Text Entry Method

    Note: also appears in the menu (press ) when you Copy All Text are viewing details for a Contacts entry, Calendar event, Browser page, Text Message, or Recent Calls entry. Highlighting Text In a text editor, to highlight and copy or cut text: Find the Feature >...
  • Page 41: Locking And Unlocking Your Handset

    Enter numbers only. Numeric á Enter symbols only (see page 37). Symbol å The secondary text entry method you Secondary set up (see the next section). Press in any text entry screen to change your entry case. An icon in the status bar indicates when you select no capital letters ), next letter capital only ( ), or all capital letters ( Ü...
  • Page 42 Locking Your Handset Manually Find the Feature > > Settings Security > > Phone Lock Lock Now Press 1 keypad keys enter your four-digit unlock code lock the handset Setting Your Handset to Lock Automatically You can set your handset to lock every time you turn it off: Find the Feature >...
  • Page 43: Changing Your Unlock Code

    Changing Your Unlock Code Your handset’s four-digit unlock code is originally set to 1234, and the six-digit security code is originally set to 000000. We recommend that you change them to prevent other users from accessing your personal information or modifying your handset settings.
  • Page 44: If You Forget Your Unlock Code

    Press 5 keypad keys enter the new code assign the new code 7 keypad keys re-enter the new code confirm the new code If You Forget Your Unlock Code If you forget your security code (originally set to 000000), SIM PIN, SIM PIN2, or call barring password, contact 3.
  • Page 45: Taking And Viewing Pictures

    Taking and Viewing Pictures You can send pictures, sounds, shortcuts, bookmarks, events, and contacts to a connected computer. See page 132. Taking Pictures You can use your phone’s camera key to take pictures quickly and Camera easily. Do This 1 Press the camera display the camera’s image.
  • Page 46: Downloading Pictures

    Downloading Pictures You can download pictures and animations to your handset and use them as wallpaper or a screen saver. To download a picture or animation from the micro-browser, see page 147. To download a picture or animation from a text message, see page 79. Viewing Pictures Find the Feature >...
  • Page 47: Recording And Viewing Videos

    Option Description Set the picture as your Set as Wallpaper handset’s wallpaper image. Set the picture as your Set as Screen Saver handset’s screen saver image. View picture information. Details To adjust your handset’s wallpaper and screen saver images, see page 54.
  • Page 48: Watching Videos

    Do This 3 Press start recording the scene in your handset’s display CAPTURE Tip: Press to zoom in and out during the video. 4 Press ) stop recording STOP 5 Press save the captured video as a file or message attachment STORE Watching Videos Find the Feature...
  • Page 49: Making Video Calls

    menu includes the following options: Video Player Option Description View video information. Details Change the settings for Setup Auto , which tells your Repeat handset to play a video repeatedly until you stop it, , which shows a timer Timer in your handset display.
  • Page 50: Using Agps Location Information

    Press place the call CALL display the preview menu This menu lets you turn your camera off, or to change camera images. Setting Up Video Calls To make video calls, your phone uses a video gateway number that you can enter. Note: 3 has already programmed the text message inbox settings for you.
  • Page 51 Within the signal from each satellite there is a very accurate “time stamp” and information specifying exactly where in space each satellite is currently positioned. Using this time stamp the AGPS unit can then calculate how long each received signal took to reach the handset and consequently exactly how far away each satellite is from the handset.
  • Page 52: Hiding Or Showing Location Information

    Best AGPS Performance Usage Tips Use handset outdoors in open space • A field is better than a park • A park is better than a square • A square is better than a street • A street is better than in a building •...
  • Page 53: Setting Up Your Handset

    Setting Up Your Handset Storing Your Name and Phone Number To store or edit user name and phone number information on your SIM card: Find the Feature > > Settings Phone Status > My Tel. Numbers If you do not know your phone number, contact your service provider.
  • Page 54: Setting A Wallpaper Image

    Each ring style contains settings for specific event alerts, ringer ID, and ringer and keypad volume. To change these settings, press > > Style Ring Styles Detail Note: Some ring tones vibrate automatically. If you use one of these tones, your phone vibrates even when it is not set to Vibrate .
  • Page 55: Setting Display Colour

    The screen saver image is shrunk to fill the display, if necessary. An animation repeats for one minute, then the first frame of the animation is displayed. Find the Feature > > Settings Personalise > Screen Saver Setting Description select the picture that appears when your Picture handset is idle select how long your handset must be idle...
  • Page 56: Setting Your Display Timeout

    Setting the Display Backlight You can set the amount of time that the display backlight remains on, or turn off the backlight to conserve battery power: Find the Feature > > Settings Initial Setup > Backlight Setting Caller ID Lights for Calls You can tell your phone backlight to change when you receive incoming calls.
  • Page 57: Conserving Battery Power

    Conserving Battery Power Some networks and phones include a battery save setting to conserve battery power. Find the Feature > > Settings Initial Setup > Battery Save Setting Up Your Handset - 57...
  • Page 58: Calling Features

    Calling Features For basic instructions on how to make and answer calls, see page 22. Changing the Active Line Change the active phone line to make and receive calls from your other phone number. Note: This feature is available only for dual-line enabled SIM cards. Find the Feature >...
  • Page 59: Using Caller Id

    To turn automatic redial on or off: Find the Feature > > Settings Initial Setup > Auto Redial When automatic redial is turned off, you can manually activate the feature to redial a phone number. When you hear a busy signal and Call Failed Press activate automatic redial...
  • Page 60: Cancelling An Incoming Call

    Cancelling an Incoming Call While the handset is ringing or vibrating: Press cancel the incoming call IGNORE Depending on your handset settings and the type of subscription you have, the call may be forwarded to another number, or the caller may hear a busy signal. Turning Off a Call Alert You can turn off your handset’s incoming call alert before answering the call.
  • Page 61: Dialling International Numbers

    Press call the emergency number Dialling International Numbers To dial the local international access code: Do This Press and hold insert the international access code ( ) for the country from which you are dialling Viewing Recent Calls Your handset keeps lists of the calls you recently received and dialled, even if the calls did not connect.
  • Page 62 Press call the entry’s number Tip: Press and hold for two seconds to send the entry number as DTMF tones. To activate DTMF tones, see page 117. appears above the View key—view the entry’s details appears above the Store key—store the entry’s details in the contacts open the Last Calls Menu...
  • Page 63: Returning An Unanswered Call

    Option Description Delete the entry. (This option does Delete not appear if appears above the DELETE key.) Delete all entries in the current list. Delete All Hide (or show) your caller ID for the Hide ID Show ID next call. Create a new text message, with the Send Message selected number in the...
  • Page 64: Using The Notepad

    Press select a call to return make the call Using the Notepad Your handset stores the most recent string of digits entered on the keypad in a temporary memory location called the notepad. This can be a phone number that you called, or a number that you entered but did not call.
  • Page 65: Calling With Speed Dial

    Calling with Speed Dial Each entry you store in your contacts is assigned a unique speed dial number that identifies the location where the entry is stored in handset memory or on the SIM card. To speed dial a contacts entry: Press 1 keypad keys...
  • Page 66: Using Call Waiting

    Receiving a New Voicemail Message When you receive a voicemail message, your handset displays (voice message waiting) and New VoiceMail Press listen to the message CALL Listening to a Voicemail Message Find the Feature > > Messages VoiceMail The handset calls your voicemail phone number. If no voicemail number is stored, the handset prompts you to store one.
  • Page 67: Putting A Call On Hold

    Putting a Call on Hold Do This Press ) (if put a call on hold HOLD available) Your handset displays a (flashing handset) indicator to indicate that the call is on hold. Press > Hold Transferring a Call You can announce that you are transferring an active call to another party, or you can directly transfer the call.
  • Page 68: Do Not Announce The Call Transfer

    Do Not Announce the Call Transfer Find the Feature > Transfer Press 1 keypad keys dial that number where you are transferring the call transfer the call 68 - Calling Features...
  • Page 69: Messages And Email

    Messages and Email Text, Email, Video, and MMS messages are brief messages that you can send and receive. Received messages appear on your display or in your message inbox. The total number of messages the inbox can hold depends on the length of the messages, and the number of other messages and drafts stored in your handset.
  • Page 70 Setting Description enter the phone number for the Service Centre No. service centre that handles your outgoing messages scroll to the default type of Reply Type replies you want to send the period of time that your Cleanup handset waits before it deletes a message enter the gateway number Email Gateway...
  • Page 71 Setting Description enter the expiration period—the Expire After number of days your network tries to resend unreceived messages select the default type of replies Reply Type you want to send—Video Message or Multimedia set the maximum allowable size Size Limit of an incoming message display the selected MMS Server Info...
  • Page 72 Setting Description IP or DNS server address for Sending Host sending Email (such as port number for the sending host Sending Port IP or DNS server address for Receiving Host receiving Email (such as port number for the receiving Receiving Port host the address where replies to...
  • Page 73 Setting Description select how often your handset Check New Msgs checks for Email If you select , you can only check for email using Send/ (see page 79) or by Receive Mail opening your Email Messages inbox. select message information that Hide Fields should not appear when you create an email message...
  • Page 74 Brwsr Msg Setup Options These are the settings for the Browser messages sent by 3: Setting Description enter the expiration period—the Expire After number of days your network tries to resend unreceived messages the period of time that your Cleanup handset waits before it deletes a message select whether your phone...
  • Page 75: Creating And Sending Messages

    Setting Description change the languages in which Languages you accept messages Note: You cannot change Lang1 It is the language set in the menu. Initial Setup the period of time that your Cleanup handset waits before it deletes a message Creating and Sending Messages Note: Your message inbox must be set up before you can send and receive messages.
  • Page 76 Press scroll to New Text Message , or New Email New Video Message New Multimedia select the type of message you SELECT want to send 3 keypad keys complete the message contents (see the table after this procedure) finish the message DONE Your handset displays Send Message Now?
  • Page 77 Message Contents Note: You cannot send Email messages to phone numbers. Item Description one or more phone numbers or (all message types) email addresses where you want to send the message Tip: Remember to press and hold to add a space between numbers that you enter manually.
  • Page 78: Viewing Message Status

    Item Description the text message you enter (to (all message types) enter text, see page 31) or Multimedia you select To insert a picture or other object in Text, Email or Video messages, press: > > object type Insert > object the subject line of the message Subject (not for Text...
  • Page 79: Receiving Messages

    Receiving Messages Note: You must set up the text message inbox before you can receive text messages. See page 69. When your text message inbox is full, you must delete old messages before you can open new ones. Your handset checks for new messages periodically, or Email whenever you select...
  • Page 80: Reading, Locking, Or Deleting Messages

    Reading, Locking, or Deleting Messages Messages in the inbox are sorted from newest to oldest. The following indicators show message status: unread read unread with attachment read with attachment unread and urgent read and locked unread and urgent with read and locked with attachment attachment Note: The files that you download or receive as attachments might...
  • Page 81 While reading a message, press for these options: Option Description Make a voice call to the number in Voice Call Back the message header or embedded in the message. Make a video call to the number in Video Call Back the message header or embedded in the message.
  • Page 82 Option Description Open the text message inbox setup Setup menu. Note: To play attached sound files, press to select the icon, then press PLAY 82 - Messages and Email...
  • Page 83: Setting Up Your Contacts

    Setting Up Your Contacts You can store a list of names and phone numbers or email addresses in your handset’s electronic phonebook. To see the names in your contacts, press > from the Contacts idle display. Scroll to a name and press to call the entry or VIEW ) to view entry details as shown below.
  • Page 84: Creating A Contacts Entry

    Notes: • Email entries, Mailing List entries, and entries stored on the SIM card do not have , or information. Type Voice Name Ringer ID • If the contacts entry is a mailing list, list members are listed after the entry’s name Creating a Contacts Entry You can store an entry on your handset or on the SIM card.
  • Page 85 Contacts Item Description , or enter the phone number or email Email Members address, or select contacts entries to add as members of the mailing list scroll to the type of phone Type number (only for phone numbers not stored on the SIM) choose to store the entry on the Store To handset or the SIM card.
  • Page 86: Storing A Pin Code With A Phone Number

    Complete Contacts Entry When you are finished entering information for a contacts entry: Press store the entry and return to the DONE contacts list Storing a PIN Code with a Phone Number You can store a PIN code with the phone number for calls that require additional digits (for example, to make a calling card call, or to retrieve voicemail or answering machine messages).
  • Page 87: Recording A Voice Name For A Contacts Entry

    • You cannot store numbers that contain a character on the SIM card. Recording a Voice Name For a Contacts Entry You can record a voice name for a new or existing contacts entry. A voice name lets you call the contacts entry using voice dial (see page 88).
  • Page 88: Dialling A Contacts Entry

    Do This 7 Press confirm the voice name ) and RECORD The handset displays Trained: repeat the name Voice Name 8 Press ) store the voice name DONE Dialling a Contacts Entry Use one of the following procedures to call a number (or send a text message to an email address) stored in your contacts.
  • Page 89: Editing A Contacts Entry

    Do This 2 Say the pre- to select the entry to be dialled recorded contacts entry name Video Dial Find the Feature > Contacts Press 1 keypad key letter jump to entries that begin with that letter (optional) scroll to the entry >...
  • Page 90: Using Contacts Categories

    Deleting a Contacts Entry To delete an entry: Find the Feature > Contacts Press scroll to the entry you want to delete open the Contacts Menu scroll to Delete select SELECT Delete confirm the deletion Using Contacts Categories Contacts categories let you use special ring tones and backlight colours for contacts entries you classify as “Business,”...
  • Page 91 Press select SELECT Edit select the category CHANGE Name 6 keypad keys enter the category name (to enter text, see page 31) store the category name open the member list CHANGE scroll to a contacts entry you want to add or remove Note: You cannot add entries stored on a SIM card.
  • Page 92 Delete a Category Find the Feature > Contacts > Categories Press scroll to the category open the Categories menu scroll to Delete delete the category SELECT confirm the deletion DONE Reorder Categories Find the Feature > Contacts > Categories > Reorder List Press scroll to the category you want...
  • Page 93: Showing Or Hiding Private Entries

    View Category Entries You can select a category to show only its entries: Find the Feature > Contacts > > the category Categories you want to see Showing or Hiding Private Entries You can show or hide the contacts entries you mark as private. To mark an entry as private, see the item on page 85.
  • Page 94: Setting The Primary Number For A Contacts Entry

    Press scroll to the order you want select the order you want SELECT If you select , or , the procedure is complete. Speed No. Voice Name Email If you select , you must specify whether you want to view all Name numbers or just the primary number for each name: Press...
  • Page 95: Copying Contacts Entries

    Press scroll to the entry open the Contacts Menu scroll to Set Primary select SELECT Set Primary scroll to the number you want to set as the primary number set the primary number SELECT Depending on how the contacts list is sorted, the primary number is listed first, or is the only number that appears for a contacts entry.
  • Page 96: Copy Multiple Entries

    Press select SELECT Copy Entry The handset displays the next available speed dial number. 5 keypad keys edit the speed dial number copy the entry to the new speed dial location Copy Multiple Entries Find the Feature > Contacts Press open the Contacts Menu scroll to...
  • Page 97: Checking Contacts Capacity

    Press scroll to To (start) select CHANGE To (start) 14 keypad keys Note: enter the low speed dial number for the entries’ new location store the number copy the entries DONE Checking Contacts Capacity You can check contacts capacity to see how much space is left for storing contacts entries on your handset and on the SIM card.
  • Page 98: Sending An Entry

    Press scroll to 1-Touch Dial select CHANGE 1-Touch Dial scroll to the list you want select the list SELECT Sending an Entry You can send pictures, sounds, bookmarks, events, and contacts to a connected computer. See page 132. Synchronising Your Contacts You can synchronise your contacts entries with an Internet server using a wireless connection.
  • Page 99: Personalising Your Handset

    Personalising Your Handset Personalising a Ring Style You can change the alerts that notify you of the following events: incoming calls, text messages, voicemail messages, data calls, alarms, and reminders. Any changes you make are saved to the current ring style. Find the Feature >...
  • Page 100: Setting Ringer Or Keypad Volume

    Find the Feature > > Alert Ring Styles Detail > Ringer IDs Alert represents the current ring style. Press scroll to select the option SELECT Setting Ringer or Keypad Volume Find the Feature > > Alert Ring Styles Detail Alert represents the current ring style. Press scroll to Ring Volume...
  • Page 101: Activating Haptic Vibrations

    Turning Reminders On or Off Find the Feature > > Alert Ring Styles Detail > Reminders Alert represents the current ring style. Press scroll to to set the Beep Vibrate reminder alert type, or turn off all reminders select the reminder alert Activating Haptic Vibrations Some ring tones and games include vibrations.
  • Page 102 Press select CHANGE Notes enter notes for the tone (see the following section) keypad keys store the notes select CHANGE Name 5 keypad keys enter the name for the tone store the name store the tone DONE Entering Notes Press up or down to select a note in octaves 0-8.
  • Page 103 Display Description A note B note C note 1/2 note, as in *4c2 D note E note F note 1/8 note, as in *4c3 G note 1/16 note, as in *1c4 1/32 note, as in *4c5 sets octave six, as in inserts a rest (you can add length modifiers, such as sets octave seven, as in...
  • Page 104 Example To create a simple tone, you can enter notes by pressing and down, and enter rests by pressing For example: Press Display scroll up to , then wait for the highlight to disappear scroll up to *4c2*4d The handset adds a after each note, to indicate it is a half note.
  • Page 105 Press scroll to Name Notes select the details to edit CHANGE enter new text or notes keypad keys store the details Deleting a Tone You cannot delete the standard alert tones included with your handset. To delete a custom tone that you created: Find the Feature >...
  • Page 106: Personalising Display Text

    Personalising Display Text To change the greeting that appears when you turn on your handset: Find the Feature > > Settings Personalise > Greeting You can set the banner graphic in the idle display to an analog clock or a status icon: Find the Feature >...
  • Page 107: Personalising Soft Keys

    Press grab the menu item you want GRAB to move move the item up or down the menu insert the item in the new INSERT location Personalising Soft Keys You can assign new main menu items to the soft keys (left and right ) and in the idle display.
  • Page 108: Setting Menu Scroll Behaviour

    Setting Menu Scroll Behaviour You set the highlight bar to stop or wrap around when you reach the top or bottom of a menu list. Find the Feature > > Settings Initial Setup > Scroll Setting Menu Animation Menu animation provides smooth scrolling of the highlight bar and menu items as you scroll through a menu list.
  • Page 109: Creating And Using Shortcuts

    information, it cannot be recovered. Master clear does not delete any information stored on the SIM card. Find the Feature > > Settings Initial Setup > Master Clear Creating and Using Shortcuts Shortcuts let you quickly access your favourite menu features. Your handset is pre-programmed with several shortcuts, but you can add more.
  • Page 110 Do This 3 Press and hold open the shortcut editor The handset displays: Item Assign Shortcut for: where Item is the name of the item you selected. 4 Press view your options Shortcut Options Option Description this name appears in the shortcut list Name the key you press to use the shortcut Using Keypad Shortcuts...
  • Page 111 Edit or Delete a Shortcut The shortcut list is sorted by key. If you change a shortcut’s key, you change its place in the list. Find the Feature > > Tools Shortcuts > Shortcut Name Press scroll to the shortcut open the below Shortcut Menu...
  • Page 112: Getting More Out Of Your Handset

    Getting More Out of Your Handset Making a Conference Call Link an active call and a call on hold together so that all parties can speak to each other. Press 1 keypad keys dial the first person’s number call the number put the first call on hold HOLD (if available)
  • Page 113: Diverting A Call

    Diverting a Call Call diverting sends your handset’s incoming voice, and/or data calls directly to another phone number. Set Up or Cancel Call Diverting The call diverting options for voice or data calls are: diverts all calls All Calls diverts calls if your handset is If Unavailable unavailable uses different diverting numbers if you...
  • Page 114: Barring A Call

    Press store the option SELECT scroll to (same for If Busy , or If No Answer If Unreachable change the phone number CHANGE 9 keypad keys enter the diverting phone number browse through your contacts or BROWSE other lists for the diverting phone number store the diverting phone number...
  • Page 115: Using Fixed Dial

    Find the Feature > > Settings Security > Call Barring Press scroll to calls Outgoing Incoming select the option CHANGE scroll to a restriction setting select the restriction setting SELECT 5 keypad keys enter your call barring password submit your password Using Fixed Dial When you turn on fixed dialling, users can only call numbers stored in the fixed dial list.
  • Page 116: Service Dialling

    You must enter your SIM PIN2 code to edit fixed dial entries: Find the Feature > > Settings Dialling Services > Fixed Dial You create and edit fixed dial entries just like contacts entries. Fixed dial list entries are stored on your SIM card and do not have , or fields.
  • Page 117: Using Dtmf Tones

    Using DTMF Tones You can send numbers to the network as dual tone multi-frequency (DTMF) tones during a call. Use DTMF tones to communicate with automated systems that require you to submit a PIN code or credit card number. Activate DTMF Tones You can set DTMF tones to be , or Long...
  • Page 118 To view a call timer: Find the Feature > > Recent Calls Call Times > the timer you want Select one of the following options: Time spent on the last call dialled or Last Call received. You cannot reset this timer. Total time spent on dialled calls since the Dialled Calls last time you reset this timer.
  • Page 119 Display the approximate elapsed time for Time the current call. Display the cost of all calls since the last Total Cost time you reset the timer (if you subscribe to a call cost option or advice of charge). Display how much credit you have left (if Credit Available you subscribe to a call cost option or advice of charge).
  • Page 120 Select one of the following options: Cost Tracker Description Amount of your credit remaining. Credit Available For GSM advice-of-charge, this is only available if you set a credit limit. Note: Your handset receives cost information from the advice-of-charge feature or third-party prepay software.
  • Page 121: Using Hands Free Features

    You also receive a hands-free stereo headset, and can purchase an optional Motorola Original™ Easy-Install or Pro-Install Hands-Free Kit for your car. These accessories provide alternative ways for you to use your handset without using your hands.
  • Page 122: Ringer Setting

    Ringer Setting When you have a headset plugged in, this lets you choose whether you hear handset alerts in the , or the Speaker Only Headset Only Headset and Speaker Find the Feature > > Settings Headset > Ringer Options Automatic Hands Free You can set up your handset to automatically route calls to a car kit when it detects a connection.
  • Page 123: Using Applications During A Call

    Press scroll to the time delay confirm your selection SELECT Charger Time When your handset is connected to a car kit, you can set it to charge itself for a specified time period after you switch off the ignition. This helps ensure that the handset battery gets fully charged while the vehicle is parked.
  • Page 124: Connecting Your Handset To An External Device

    USB cable connections. Check your external device for specifications. Setting Up a Cable Connection Attach a serial cable or Motorola Original USB cable to the handset and external device as follows. Note: Check your computer or hand-held device to determine the type of cable you need.
  • Page 125 Attaching a Serial Cable Use the interchangeable head on the Motorola Multi-Connect Serial Cable to connect a computer, Palm III device, or Palm V device to your handset. Do This 1 Plug the serial cable into the detachable head. Make...
  • Page 126: Setting Up An Infrared Connection

    Attaching a USB Cable Do This 1 Plug the end of the cable with the Motorola logo into your handset’s accessory connector port. Make sure that the logo and the handset are both facing you. 2 Plug the other end—the USB connection—into the USB port on the external device.
  • Page 127: Setting Up A Bluetooth Connection

    If the handset does not find an infrared-capable device, it changes the right soft key ( ) from STOP START Press try another connection START To break the infrared data connection, press STOP You can also move the device away from the handset, turn off the device, or turn off the handset.
  • Page 128 You have 60 seconds to start the connection from your computer while your handset is available. Tip: After the first connection with a device, you do not need to select to re-connect. Find Me Connecting and Disconnecting a Headset To connect an available Bluetooth headset device: Find the Feature >...
  • Page 129: Data Calls

    Installing the Software Install the software from the CD-ROM that comes with your Motorola Original data kit. See the data kit’s user guide for more information. Note: This software is required to transfer data between your handset and an external device.
  • Page 130: Receiving A Data Call

    Connect your handset (see page 124) and do the following: Do This 1 Check the make sure that the handset is handset connected and powered on 2 Open the place the call through the application on application (such as your computer dial-up-networking) Note: You cannot dial data numbers through your handset’s...
  • Page 131: Using Sync

    End the Data Connection When the data transfer is complete: Do This End the call from the close the connection connected device Using Sync This feature lets you quickly synchronise your events and contacts entries with an Internet server using a wireless connection. Creating an Internet Sync Partner To enter a computer as a Sync partner for your handset: Find the Feature...
  • Page 132: Sending Files From Your Handset

    Using an Internet Sync Partner To start synchronising with a Sync partner: Find the Feature > > Connection Sync > partner name Your handset attempts a Sync connection with the URL, user name, and password you entered for the partner. This might take several minutes, if there are many entries to synchronise.
  • Page 133: Viewing Handset Specifications

    Viewing Handset Specifications To view your handset’s feature specifications: Find the Feature > > Settings Phone Status > Other Information Getting More Out of Your Handset - 133...
  • Page 134: Personal Organiser Features

    Personal Organiser Features Calendar The calendar lets you schedule and organise events such as appointments and meetings. You can review your schedule of events for the month or by the day, and have your handset play a reminder alarm for specific events. Note: You must set the correct time and date in order to use the calendar (see page 53).
  • Page 135 Viewing by the Day Select a day in the month view and press ) to see the VIEW day’s events. You can store, edit, view, copy, and delete any event from the day view. Untimed Day of THU 19-NOV event week y Joe's Birthday 8:00w...
  • Page 136 Viewing by the Event Select an event in the day view and press ) to open the VIEW detailed event view. You can edit, copy, and delete events from the event view. Day and time Alarm THU 8:00 am Duration Marie, mtg for status (1 hrs) Alarm time...
  • Page 137: Changing Event Information

    Press select CHANGE Title 2 keypad keys enter a title for the event (to enter text, see page 31) store the event title scroll to other fields and enter information as necessary You can set start time, duration, date, repeating events, and reminder alarm.
  • Page 138: Deleting An Event

    Press scroll to the day display the day view VIEW scroll to the event to copy open the Menu scroll to Copy copy the event SELECT confirm the copy Your handset assumes that you want to change the date, and displays the field.
  • Page 139 Press scroll to the event to delete open the Menu scroll to Delete select SELECT Delete For non-repeating events, go to step 7. For repeating events, the handset displays a delete event menu: scroll to This Event Only Repeat Events select the event(s) to delete SELECT confirm the deletion...
  • Page 140: Calculator And Currency Converter

    If you have more than one event set up for the same time, the handset displays each event in sequence. As you view and dismiss each event reminder, the next one is displayed. Change the Calendar Setup You can change the calendar’s daily start time, and set the length of time that events are stored.
  • Page 141: Function Description

    Press to open the Calculator Menu functions: Function Description Store the displayed number in memory. Clear memory. Recall the value stored in memory. Divide the displayed value by 100. Multiply the displayed value by the Convert Exchange you stored. Currency Rate Exit the calculator.
  • Page 142: Security

    Security Line Security If your handset displays while you are on a call, your Line Not Secure handset has detected another device monitoring the call. This message does not appear when caller ID, call cost, or other information fills the display. Locking the SIM Card Your PIN (Personal Identification Number) code protects the information stored on your SIM card.
  • Page 143: Locking And Unlocking Applications

    Unblock the SIM Card PIN Code If you enter an incorrect SIM card PIN code three times in a row, your SIM card is disabled and your handset displays the message . You need to enter a PIN unblocking key (PUK) code, SIM Blocked which you can obtain from 3.
  • Page 144 Press 1 keypad keys enter your four-digit unlock code open the lock applications menu scroll to the application you want to lock or unlock select the application CHANGE scroll to Locked Unlocked select SELECT Locked Unlocked 144 - Security...
  • Page 145: News And Entertainment

    News and Entertainment Mobile Internet 3 provides services for you to use over the Internet. Select Browser or press to open a menu of the services. To get back to this menu when you are in a service, just press .
  • Page 146 Interacting With Web Pages Do This up or down scroll through a page Press Press open the Browser Menu Press and hold store the current Web page as a Web Shortcut Press lock your handset’s keypad while downloading a file can include the following: Browser Menu Option...
  • Page 147 Web Page Security Your handset can provide secure Web pages connections for purchases or other transactions. Your handset uses three types of certificates to provide this security. It uses certificates to Client identify itself to Web pages. Your handset downloads Server certificates from servers and checks them against the Root...
  • Page 148 Storing a Picture or Animation File Press view storage options STORE scroll to Store Only Set As Wallpaper Set as Screen Saver select the option SELECT Note: When you set an animation as a wallpaper image, only the first frame of the animation is displayed. Storing a Sound File Press view storage options...
  • Page 149: Java Applications

    Java Applications You can install and run Java applications on your handset. These applications add new features and services to your handset. New games and applications are available from 3 and can be accessed by pressing . Contact 3 for more details. Note: Java applications can use your phone’s Assisted Global Positioning Service (AGPS) to tell where you are physically located.
  • Page 150 Problem Resolution The same version of this Application Already Exists application is already installed. If an older version is installed, the message Different Version Exists appears, and you can update the application. The application file does not Failed: Invalid File work on your handset.
  • Page 151: Key Function

    Approving a Network Connection When a Java application tries to establish a network connection, your handset prompts you to approve the connection. To automatically approve connections for Java applications: Find the Feature > > Settings Java Settings > Network Access Press scroll to Always Ask...
  • Page 152 Press open the application manager menu scroll to a menu option select the option to perform SELECT procedures as described in the following list The application manager menu includes the following options: Option Description Display the suite name, vendor, View Details version, number of apps, flash usage, and memory requirements.
  • Page 153: Games

    Option Displays The connected limited device CLDC Version configuration version on your handset. The mobile information device profile MIDP Version version on your handset. Memory available for application data Data Space (such as contacts entries or game scores). Amount of free memory available for Program Space Java applications.
  • Page 154: Sim Applications

    To open a game that is on your handset: Find the Feature > Games & Apps Press scroll to the game of your choice start the game SELECT When the game is over: Press —left) return to the games menu BACK —left) —right)
  • Page 155: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Check these questions first if you have problems with your handset: Question Answer Is your battery The battery level indicator should charged? Do have at least one segment showing you see ). If it does not, recharge your the display? battery.
  • Page 156 Question Answer Has the handset Dropping your handset, getting it wet, been damaged, or using a non-Motorola battery dropped, or charger can damage the handset. gotten wet? The handset’s limited warranty does not cover liquid damage or damage Was a...
  • Page 157 Problem Solution The display Call 3 to obtain the PIN unblocking says: key (PUK) code. See page 143. SIM Blocked How do I unblock my SIM card? The display Enter the factory-preset unlock code says: (1234), or the last four digits of your Enter Unlock .
  • Page 158 Problem Solution I cannot make/ Make sure that you have a handset answer calls. signal (see the “Signal Strength Indicator” item on page 25). Avoid electrical or radio interference, and obstructions such as bridges, parking garages, or tall buildings. Your handset also may have the feature turned on.
  • Page 159 Problem Solution How do I see the To see the most recent calls you calls I sent or dialled or received, open the “Recent received? Calls” lists: > > Recent Calls Received Calls > Dialled Calls My handset will Your handset sends commands and not dial passwords as DTMF tones.
  • Page 160 Problem Solution I plugged the The beep indicates that you are set data cable into up correctly. If you did not hear a my handset but beep, make sure that both ends of my handset did the data cable are connected—the not beep.
  • Page 161 Problem Solution I can’t end my Try pressing on your handset. data call by Also try disconnecting the cable or closing the turning off the handset. If possible, application on always close the connection through my computer. your computer. These alternative What can I do? methods may disrupt the application on your computer.
  • Page 162: Specific Absorption Rate Data

    Specific Absorption Rate Data This model handset meets international standards for exposure to radio waves Your mobile handset is a radio transmitter and receiver. It is designed and manufactured not to exceed limits for exposure to radio frequency (RF) energy. These limits are part of comprehensive guidelines and establish permitted levels of RF energy for the general population.
  • Page 163 ** CENELEC is a European Union standards body. *** Additional related information includes the Motorola testing protocol, assessment procedure, and measurement uncertainty range for this product. Specific Absorption Rate Data - 163...
  • Page 164: Warranty Information

    [1] year from date of purchase of the Product(s) (Warranty Term). You must inform Motorola of the lack of conformity to the applicable specifications of any of the Products within a period of two (2)
  • Page 165: How To Get Warranty Service

    In no event shall Motorola be liable for damages nor loss of data in excess of the purchase price nor for any incidental special or consequential damages* arising out of the use or inability to use the Product, to the full extent such may be disclaimed by law.
  • Page 166 Motorola. Motorola does not warrant the installation, maintenance or service of the products, accessories, batteries or parts. Motorola will not be responsible in any way for problems or damage caused by any ancillary equipment not furnished by Motorola which is attached to or used in connection with the Products, or for operation of Motorola equipment with any ancillary equipment and all such equipment is expressly excluded from this warranty.
  • Page 167: What Is Not Covered By The Warranty

    What is not covered by the warranty This warranty is not valid if the defects are due to damage, misuse, tampering, neglect or lack of care and in case of alterations or repair carried out by unauthorised persons. 1 Defects or damage resulting from use of the Product in other than its normal and customary manner.
  • Page 168 Note: The talk-time, stand-by time and total life cycle of a Motorola rechargeable battery for your Personal handset will depend on usage conditions and network configurations. As a consumable product, the specifications indicate that you should be able to obtain optimum performance for your Motorola Personal handset within the first six months from date of purchase and up-to (200) charges.
  • Page 169: Index

    Index accessories backlight 55, 56 connector ports 1 barring calls 114 optional 16, 121, 129 battery standard 16 car kit charger time 123 feature 63 charging 19 Add Digits AGPS 50 extending battery life 19, 56, alert 108, 159 creating 101 installing 18 defined 53 level indicator 19, 27...
  • Page 170 call unanswered call 63 adding digits after phone video 49, 62, 81, 89 number 63 video preview 49 alert profile, setting 53 call barring 114 alert, creating 101 call cost information 119 alert, muting 22 call diverting 113 alert, turning off 60 message 58 Call Failed answering 23...
  • Page 171 deleting an entry 90 receiving 130 details 83 sending 129 dialling a number 88 wireless connection 126, editing an entry 89 email address 83 Data Calls Only 158 entry name 83 date, setting 53 number type indicator 83 datebook. See calendar 1-touch dial 65 default passwords 43 phone number 83...
  • Page 172 external device connecting to external connecting to handset 124, device 124, 129 credit available 120 date, setting 53 frequency, changing 132 language, setting 107 fixed dial locking 41 defined 115 network settings 132 described 115 1-touch dial 65 dialling numbers 115 passwords 43 editing an entry 89, 115 security code 44...
  • Page 173 indicators right soft key 1, 28, 107 alert setting 27, 53 send 1, 22, 23, 28, 61 battery level 19, 27 video 49 menu 24 volume control 22 message 26 missed call 63 packet data 145 language, setting 107 ring alert 27 Last Calls Menu service 26 opening 62...
  • Page 174 indicator 24 voicemail 65 language, setting 107 message indicator defined 26 Last Calls Menu lists 30 micro-browser animation 147 My Tones Menu navigating 27, 29 Browser Menu 46, 49 defined 145 Picture Viewer rearranging features 106 functions 146 scroll feature 108 Java applications 149 Shortcuts 109 picture 147...
  • Page 175 using 65 PIN code optional accessory, defined 16 activating/deactivating 142 optional feature, defined 16 defined 142 outbox 78 protecting the SIM card 142 unblocking 143 PIN2 code 116, 143 power key 21 packet data 145 predictive text entry passwords deleting text 39 changing 43 entering words 36 default 43...
  • Page 176 right soft key standard 109 customising 107 using 110 functions 1, 28 feature 63 Show ID ring alert signal strength indicator 25 creating 101 silent alert indicator 27 indicators 27 SIM applications 154 muting 22 message 21, 143 SIM Blocked setting 53 SIM card turning off 60...
  • Page 177 storing 147 undo 39 speakerphone 22 text entry indicator speed dial defined 26 changing number 85 text message number, defined 65 deleting 82 sorting contacts by 93 inbox setup 69 using 65 locking 82 storing a call 61 reading 82 symbol text method 39 receiving 79 symbol text mode 37...
  • Page 178 turning off 60, 101 video 49 video call key 49 voice dial dialling a number 88 recording voice name 87 voice name contacts indicator 83 defined 87 recording 87 voicemail 65 volume earpiece 22 keys 22 ringer 22 speakerphone 22 wait character 86 wallpaper 47, 54, 148 Web pages 145, 146...

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