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N512i_FET_v1.1_English_master
Software version: FADD1000_C03
Personalization version: 03_004_CH_HADD0Y00_N512i

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  • Page 1 N512i_FET_v1.1_English_master Software version: FADD1000_C03 Personalization version: 03_004_CH_HADD0Y00_N512i...
  • Page 2: Emergency Services And Safety Precautions I

    • The earpiece may become warm during normal use and the unit itself may become warm during Emergency Services and Safety charging. • Your phone may become warm during charging and normal use. Do not expose your phone to Precautions your skin for a long time.
  • Page 3 ANSI/IEEE C95.1-1992. “Safety levels with respect to human exposure to radio frequency The use of third party equipment, cables or accessories, not made or authorized by NEC, may invalidate the warranty of your cellphone and also adversely affect the phone’s operation. For electromagnetic fields, 3kHz to 300 GHz”.
  • Page 4 The FCC has granted an Equipment Authorization for this model phone with all reported SAR marks by NEC is under license. Other trademarks and trade names are those of their respective levels evaluated as in compliance with the FCC RF exposure guidelines. SAR information on this owners.
  • Page 5: Menu Shortcuts Selection

    Before You Start User’s manual conventions The instructions in this user’s manual make use of the shortcuts selection except special cases. The following markers are used throughout the user’s manual to attract your attention: This type of paragraph will contain details of where to find information related to the topic in question. This type of paragraph will contain information worth noting.
  • Page 6: Display Information

    Display information Menu title Status bar area Shortcut menu Desktop icon area This area contains icons number This area contains the which indicate the battery The current menu automatically displayed strength, new SMS/MMS number is displayed. and the manually created message(s), signal desktop icons.
  • Page 7: Parts And Functions

    Parts and functions Speaker Earpiece External Display Main-display Internal antenna part 4-way navigation key ▲▼ Camera Through-hole for straps Side up key SIM card Softkey2(SK2) Softkey1(SK1) Side down key compartment Select key cover Menu ( ) key Phonebook ( )key Clear (CLR)/Back key End/on-off ( ) key...
  • Page 8: Keypad Shortcuts

    Keypad shortcuts The following operations are available from the standby screen. Operation that involves pressing a key Operation that involves pressing and holding a key page page Accessing the Main menu screen Setting/Cancelling the Side key lock Accessing the Mail screen Accessing the Inbox screen Accessing the i-mode menu screen Accessing the Java™...
  • Page 9: Displayed Icons

    Displayed icons Main-display Indicates the signal strength level. This yellow icon blinks while a mail/MMS is being downloaded. Appears when you are outside the service area. Indicates that the memory for mail/MMS is full. Network name (indicated in orange when using roaming service) (red, green/red, green) Desktop icons...
  • Page 10 Indicates that the Inbox in your phone is full. Indicates the video is played in normal/enlarged Indicates that the help display is available by pressing screen size. when using SIM toolkit. Indicates that there are mail and MMS on the server. Displays the current volume level.
  • Page 11: Overview Of Menu Function

    Overview of menu function Standby screen Main menu screen The Main menu has a set of icons for its top levels of options which can be selected either ➡ ➡ using a combination of the 4-way navigation key (▲ ▼ ) and (menu selection), or just the keypad (shortcuts selection).
  • Page 12 Getting Started Basic Calls & Phone Use Text Entry Desktop icons Settings (M1) Message (M2) i-mode (M3) Phonebook (M4) Camera (M5) My data (M6) Java™ (M7) Accessory (M8) Bluetooth (M89) Index...
  • Page 13: Table Of Contents

    Emergency Services and Safety Precautions Call transfer................10 Multi-party calls ..............10 Before You Start Recording a call ..............11 Scratchpad number..............11 User’s manual conventions ............. iv Call options (M43)..............12 Display information ..............v Call settings (M16) ..............13 Parts and functions..............
  • Page 14 Message (M2) File selector Options menu ............ 73 Java™ (M7) Message overview ..............31 Reading a message (M21) ............ 32 Programs (M71) ..............75 Creating a message............... 36 Prog backlight (M72) .............. 76 Cell broadcast (M27) ............. 37 Accessory (M8) i-mode (M3) MP3 player (M81) ..............
  • Page 15 Memo Memo...
  • Page 16: Getting Started

    Getting Started Preparing the phone Before trying to use your phone, make sure that a valid Subscriber Identity Module (SIM) card is inserted and the battery is charged. SIM card Before using your phone, you must sign-up with one of the digital network service providers. In addition to your subscription details you will receive a personal SIM (Subscriber Identity Module) card which is inserted into your phone.
  • Page 17 STEP 1 STEP 2 STEP 3 Bump card SIM card compartment cover STEP 4 STEP 5 STEP 6 Cavities Tabs Getting Started...
  • Page 18: Removing A Sim Card

    Before trying to use your phone, connect the NEC battery charger (AC adapter) supplied with your phone to a suitable mains power socket. ☛ With the arrow marks of the charger plug facing up, hold the buttons on both sides of the charger plug with your thumb and index finger.
  • Page 19: Standby And Talk Times

    Battery charging stopped due to overheat Using any AC adapter, vehicle power adapter (option) or dual tap (option) not specified by NEC for use with this phone can be dangerous and may invalidate any warranty and approval given to the cellphone. Do not leave the charger connected to the mains supply when it is not in use.
  • Page 20: Other Battery Alarms

    Other battery alarms Your phone may display warnings when the battery temperature is too high, or the voltage of the battery or the charger is over the appropriate level. Follow the instruction given by these warnings immediately. Start-up Switching the phone on ☛...
  • Page 21: Basic Calls & Phone Use

    Basic Calls & Phone Use Making basic calls You make a simple call in the same way as you would with a normal phone, except that you need to press after entering the area Subscriber Trunk Dialling (STD) code and the phone number. To make international calls, you must first enter the international dialling code (see page 15). Use the full STD area code even if you are calling to a person in the same town.
  • Page 22: Receiving An Incoming Call

    Receiving an incoming call When someone calls your number, the ringer will play (if set - see page 26), the LED glows in the specified colour, and the phone number of the caller may be displayed if the calling line identification facility is available and the caller has activated the feature. If the caller’s phone number has been related and stored in your phonebook with a name and a CLI picture (see page 59), that name and picture will be displayed.
  • Page 23: Emergency Calls

    Emergency calls The standard emergency number of 112 can be used. ☛ Key in 1 1 2 ➔ or SK1 to connect the call to the local emergency services. On some networks, emergency calls can be made using the 112 number without a SIM card inserted. Last number redial You can redial the last number you called.
  • Page 24: Voice Recall

    Voice recall You can store up to 10 voice recall recordings which can be allocated to a personal data stored in the phonebook (Phone). To store the voice recall sound, see “Voice recall functions” on page 59. To use the voice recall function, use the following procedure: ☛...
  • Page 25: Putting A Call On Hold

    Putting a call on hold ☛ To put the received or dialled call on hold, SK1 or 2. To retrieve the call, SK1 or 2 again. Mute You can mute the sound from the mouthpiece during a call. When your call is muted, the other party cannot hear any sound from your phone, but you can still hear the sound from the other party.
  • Page 26: Making A Private Call

    Putting the multi-party calls on hold ☛ SK1 or 2 to put all calls on hold ➔ To retrieve the call, SK1 or 2 again. You can put the multi-party calls on hold only when you are a host of the multi-party calls. Making a private call While on the multi-party call, you can make a private call to a specific party.
  • Page 27: Call Options (M43)

    Call options (M43) From Call options, you can display the list of missed, received and dialled calls, the duration of the last call made and all calls, charge information and the redial blacklist. ☛ 4 3 to display the Call options screen. No.
  • Page 28: Call Settings (M16)

    Display missed/received/dialled calls Options menu (M431M/M432M/M433M) ☛ 4 3 1 for missed calls, 4 3 2 for received calls, or 4 3 3 for dialled calls. ☛ Highlight a number in the list ➔ No. Missed calls/Received calls/Dialled calls Options menu Call Calls the current number.
  • Page 29 There may be an additional charge for this service depending on your network. There may be unavailable settings depending on your network. Call diversion edit options menu ☛ Highlight the required edit field ➔ No. Call diversion edit options menu Copy Copies the number in the edit field.
  • Page 30: International Dialling Codes

    Line ID (M164) The line ID (identification) facility is network dependent. Line type Setting The line ID facility enables you to choose whether or not to send your own phone number when you make a call and also whether Outgoing Send own # or not to display a caller’s phone number when you receive a call.
  • Page 31 New search (M182) ☛ 1 8 2 to search the available networks➔ Highlight the desired network ➔ to connect to it. Viewing/editing network list (M183) Before editing your network list, please consult with your service provider. ☛ 1 8 3 to read the network list in the SIM memory ➔...
  • Page 32: Text Entry

    Text Entry This section describes how you enter text. Mode change ☛ With a text entry screen displayed, press SK1 to change the text entry mode. Depending on the Language setting (see “Language” on page 25 for details) the type of text input mode you can use varies: ®...
  • Page 33: Normal Text Input

    Function SK2(Next) or # Displays the next candidate. Places the cursor. 0 to 9 (press and hold) Inserts the number. Deletes any character. Toggles between lower case, shift (upper case for one letter) and caps lock (permanent upper case). (press and hold) Press and hold to activate the highlight mode (see “Highlight mode”...
  • Page 34: Numeric Input

    Numeric input ☛ With a text entry screen displayed, SK1 until the entry mode is Numeric input. ® You can also press and hold the number key to insert the number in T9 /Normal text input mode. ☛ Use alphanumeric keys to enter numbers. ®...
  • Page 35: Key Allocations

    Character candidates are displayed on the candidate bar. (Pressing will display more characters when there are more than 9 candidates.) ▼ ☛ To select a character, press SK1 or 0 and then the character number (1-9), or press and hold the character number for one second. When a character has been selected, it is copied to the edit field and the cursor moves right to accept the next character.
  • Page 36: Desktop Icons

    Desktop icons Desktop icons are shortcuts to functions or items. You can activate a desktop icon on the standby screen (desktop) in stead of following the menu and pressing the shortcut numbers. The desktop icons are displayed in two rows on the standby screen. See “Display information” on page v for the actual location of the desktop icon area. There are two types of desktop icons: the automatically displayed and the manually created.
  • Page 37 Icon name Image Description Scheduler Displays the Monthly/Weekly calendar screen. ToDo list Displays the ToDo list screen. Notepad Displays the Add new screen for Notepad. Voice memo recorder Displays the New record screen for Voice memo. Currency Displays the Currency screen. Bluetooth Voice/Modem Displays the Bluetooth screen.
  • Page 38 No. Desktop icon Options menu Delete one Deletes the highlighted desktop icon. Delete all Deletes all the manually created desktop icons. Desktop icons...
  • Page 39: Settings (M1)

    Settings (M1) Phone (M11) ☛ No. Phone Voice volume Adjusts the sound volume output from the earpiece. ☛ Use ▲ ▼, Side keys or alphanumeric keys (0 to 9) to adjust the volume. You can also press the Side keys to display the volume control screen and to adjust the volume setting. During a call, you can press the Side keys to adjust the setting of the volume as required.
  • Page 40: Phone Modes (M12)

    No. Phone Clock Show clock Sets to display the local time, both the local and remote times or no time on the main-display. Set time Sets the time for the local or remote time. Set date Sets the date. Set date format Selects the date display format.
  • Page 41 Editing the mode settings ☛ ▲ or ➔ Highlight the required mode ➔ ➔ Press the appropriate number for the required setting in the following table. For any volume setting, use ▲ ▼, Side keys or alphanumeric keys (0 to 9). When you change any volume setting while a headset is connected, the changed volume will be valid only when you have a headset connected.
  • Page 42: Main-Display (M13)

    No. Phone mode setting Auto answer Selects whether to answer an incoming call automatically. To use the Auto answer function, connect the headset to your phone and set the earphone volume to 1 or higher. If the earphone volume is set to 0, you must turn the vibrator ON to use the Auto answer. The Auto answer function only applies to the first incoming call.
  • Page 43: Power Saving (M15)

    No. External-display 3 Clock selection Selects the type of clock to be displayed on the external-display. When selecting Digital 2 clock, no icon will be displayed in the standby screen of the external-display. 4 Incoming call No. Turns on/off the function to display the incoming call number on the external-display. Power saving (M15) ☛...
  • Page 44 PIN code Your phone can be set up so that your PIN code must be entered at power up before the phone can be used at all. If the PIN code is not entered, not even incoming calls can be answered. Entering your PIN code incorrectly 3 times (not necessarily in the same session) will invalidate the correct PIN code. In such a case you will have to contact your service provider for a PUK code to unblock your SIM card.
  • Page 45: Network (M18)

    No. Security Fixed dialling Turns on/off the fixed dialling which restricts the use of dialled number to only the Fixed Dialling Numbers (FDN). The FDN facility is network dependent. See also: “Fixed dialling numbers (FDN)” on page 55. Network (M18) ☛...
  • Page 46: Message (M2)

    Short Messaging Service (SMS) allows you to send short messages (160 half-pitch characters max.) to one or more phone numbers. To send an SMS message, the destination phone number must be a mobile phone with an SMS service subscription. SMS service also supports Enhanced Messaging Service (EMS) for which the maximum length of the message you can send depends on the number of linked messages (maximum of 10 linked messages are available).
  • Page 47: Reading A Message (M21)

    No. Message screen menu (Continued) 5, 6 Folder1/Folder2 The messages moved by Move msg (see “Message list Options menu” on page 33) are stored here. The received broadcast messages are saved. See “Cell broadcast (M27)” on page 37 for details. If there is no message in a message list, the list will be displayed in gray and you cannot select it.
  • Page 48 No. Message Options menu SMS settings SMS centre Edits the SMS centre number (this number is saved in the SIM card). Auto display Turns on/off the automatic display function that displays the received SMS messages automatically. Receipt request Selects whether to request a receipt of the sent SMS messages. Max linked msgs Sets the maximum number of linked SMS messages.
  • Page 49: Message View Options Menu

    No. Message list Options menu (Continued) Msgs/page Selects either to display 3 or 7 messages in one screen. Move msg Moves the highlighted message to Inbox or Folder1/2, or copies to SIM or Phone. Sort msg Sorts the messages by date, name, read/unread status or size. Order: Sorts the messages in ascending or descending order.
  • Page 50 No. Message view Options menu (Continued) Add desktop icon Creates a desktop icon of the sender or recipient of the highlighted message. Depending on the conditions, some options may be displayed in gray and not be available. The reply facility uses the phone number of the person who sent the message. The Save object Options menu will be displayed only if an object is highlighted.
  • Page 51: Creating A Message

    Creating a message ☛ To display the Message composer screen, 2 and SK1, or press and hold then SK1 Help area ☛ To address the message, highlight the To field ➔ ➔ Input the required phone number ➔ This area contains the To scroll the phone numbers in the To field, information on the message.
  • Page 52: Cell Broadcast (M27)

    Depending on the selected field, some options may be displayed in gray and not be available. Message edit Options menu ☛ 2 and SK1 or press and hold then SK1 ➔ Highlight To or Message field ➔ ➔ No. Message edit Options menu Text colour Selects the colour of text and background.
  • Page 53 The Cell broadcast message display on the standby screen is erased by pressing CLR. Broadcast messages service is network dependent. Please contact your service provider for details. Message (M2)
  • Page 54: I-Mode (M3)

    i-mode (M3) Using your phone’s browser facility, you can enjoy i-mode services such as browsing information on i-mode sites (programs) and other Internet web pages, and sending/ receiving i-mode messages which include the mail and MMS (including attachment). You can download melody files, images, animations, videos and Java™ applications to your phone’s memory. Some files with restrictions cannot be saved to your phone's memory, even though they can be downloaded and played or displayed.
  • Page 55 Action Procedure ☛ ➔ ➔ Download a file Highlight the link to the file to download When the download is completed, save the file and check that the downloaded file is stored in My data (see page 69) or the Applications screen of Java™ (see page 75). ☛...
  • Page 56 To attach a signature, ➔ Attach sign. ☛ Attach a file if necessary. Highlight the Attachment field ➔ ➔ select a file to attach from the My data screen To delete an already attached file, highlight the attachment field ➔ ➔...
  • Page 57 No. Compose menu options (Continued) – Text colour Selects the Text colour from the 16 different colours. – Background colour Selects the Background colour from the 16 different colours. – Set Fit mode Selects the size in which the image/video is displayed. This setting will be applied to all the slides.
  • Page 58: I-Mode Screen

    No. Edit menu options (Continued) – Attach file Attaches a file to the mail. – Delete attachment Deletes the attached file(s). – Play/View file Plays or displays the attached file. – Open phonebk. Adds the destination directly from the phonebook. –...
  • Page 59: I-Mode Menu Screen

    No. i-mode screen menus (Continued) Settings Ringer time Sets the ringtone duration to 3-10 seconds for incoming mail/MMS. Connection No. Selects the connection number settings to use. The following settings are available: 1, 2 Factory setting 1/2 Uses the default connection numbers. User setting Uses and changes the following settings.
  • Page 60 No. i-mode menu screen menus (Sheet 2 of 4) Bookmarks Displays the list of bookmarked web pages. Bookmarks options menu Open Displays the highlighted bookmark. Copy address Copies the highlighted bookmark URL. Edit title Edits the title of the highlighted bookmark. Add desktop icon Creates a desktop icon of the URL of the selected bookmark.
  • Page 61 No. i-mode menu screen menus (Sheet 3 of 4) Saved pages Displays the list of saved pages. Saved pages are stored in your phone memory so you can see them offline. Saved pages list Options menu Open Displays the current saved page. Edit title Edits the title of the current saved page.
  • Page 62: Imenu Screen

    No. i-mode menu screen menus (Sheet 4 of 4) Settings Changes the settings of your browser. Set time out Disconnects the connection after the set time. You can set 60 seconds or 90 seconds, or disable this function. Load images Sets whether to display images contained in web pages.
  • Page 63: Mail Screen

    No. Browser options menu (Continued) – Save page Saves the current page. – Add to phonebook Saves the phone number displayed in the current page in the phonebook. This option is displayed only when one or more phone numbers are displayed on the current screen. –...
  • Page 64 No. Mail screen menus (Sheet 2 of 5) 3 Inbox Inbox list Options menu (Continued) – Show all Displays all the received mail/MMS. – Show unread Displays only the unread mail/MMS. – Show read Displays only the read mail/MMS. – Show protect. Displays only the protected mails/MMS.
  • Page 65 No. Mail screen menus (Sheet 3 of 5) 3 Inbox – Copy address Copies the desired address. (Continued) – Play attachment Plays the attachment content based on the content setting. Play attachment Options menu 1 Copy text Copies the text data on the slide. 2 Save image Saves the image file on the slide.
  • Page 66 No. Mail screen menus (Sheet 4 of 5) 4 Sent mail Displays the list of sent mail/MMS. Sent mail list Options menu – Title sort Sorts the sent mail/MMS by their titles. – Address sort Sorts the sent mail/MMS by their first destination addresses. –...
  • Page 67 No. Mail screen menus (Sheet 5 of 5) 7 Mail settings Changes the mail settings. 1 Edit header Edits the header to be added at the beginning of a mail, and sets whether to add it automatically. ☛ Highlight the checkbox ➔...
  • Page 68: I-Mode Glossary

    i-mode glossary The following defines the basic terms used in this section. Term Definition Site (program) An Internet contents page especially designed for i-mode users, which can be accessed from your i-mode top screen of your IP. Mail Mail is the messaging service of i-mode. You can not only exchange messages with other cellphones, but also with PCs, PDAs, etc. Multimedia Messaging Service lets you send messages with image/video/sound files attached.
  • Page 69: Phonebook (M4)

    Phonebook (M4) Phonebook types Your phone can have up to 7 directories stored on your SIM card and in your phone memory: • Complete (a list of all the numbers stored in the ADN and FDN) • Personal directories (ADN) in the SIM card •...
  • Page 70: Accessing Your Phonebook (M4)

    • Group, Voice tag, LED colour, Picture, Ringer and Location number Up to 10 phone numbers can have a voice recognition recording allocated to them. Fixed dialling numbers (FDN) Fixed dialling numbers are a means of limiting which numbers can be called from your phone. With the FDN feature switched on (see page 30), you can call with your phone the numbers you have stored in this phonebook and the emergency number only.
  • Page 71: Phonebook List Options Menu

    Call options (M43) ☛ 4 3 to display the Call options screen. For details on the Call options screen, see “Call options (M43)” on page 12. Phonebook list Options menu ☛ ➔ ➔ 4 1 and the appropriate key for the desired directory, or until the required directory is displayed Highlight the required personal data No.
  • Page 72 No. Phonebook list Options menu Groups Editing the group information ☛ ➔ Highlight the group you wish to edit SK1 and highlight the required field ☛ To rename the group name, select Group name field ➔ Key in the name of the group ➔...
  • Page 73 No. Phonebook list Options menu Sort Sorts the personal data in the order of alphabets or location number. Sorting may take time depending on the number of personal data entries, the number of characters contained in each entry and the type of language. Alphabetic Sorts the personal data alphabetically.
  • Page 74 Editing an existing personal data ☛ 4 1 and the appropriate key for the desired directory, or until the required directory is displayed ➔ Highlight the required personal data ➔ For the phonebook (SIM) and FDN, only the name, phone number and the location number can be added or edited in the following procedures. For the own number and voice mail number settings, only the name and phone number can be added or edited in the following procedures.
  • Page 75: Personal Data Options Menu

    A ✔ is displayed on the icon for which the item is currently selected. See also: “Pictures (M63)” on page 70. Allocating sound/video as a ringer You can set a sound or video as a ringer for an incoming call. When a video is set, a movie is displayed on the screen with the sound. ☛...
  • Page 76: Voice Mail (M417)

    No. Personal data Options menu Call Calls the highlighted phone number. Create message Creates a new message to the highlighted phone number or Email address. Send via Bluetooth Sends the selected personal data to another device through Bluetooth. Edit Edits the selected personal data. Copy Copies the selected phone number(s)/Email address(es).
  • Page 77 ☛ 4 1 7 ➔ Highlight the required line ➔ You can also retrieve a voice mail by pressing and holding 1 from the standby screen. To set up the line to call the voice mail centre, see “ALS setup” on page 24 for details. Phonebook (M4)
  • Page 78: Camera (M5)

    Camera (M5) Camera function enables you to take pictures or record videos and save them as Joint Photographic Expert Group (JPEG) files and 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) files respectively. You can enjoy the picture and video files in many ways: send them attached to an MMS or mail, set a picture file as the wallpaper for your phone, etc.
  • Page 79: Copyright Information

    Copyright information Images and videos shot or recorded on your phone cannot be used in ways that infringe copyright laws without the consent of the copyright holder, unless intended only for personal use. Note that some restrictions apply to the photographing of stage performances, entertainments and exhibits, even when intended purely for personal use.
  • Page 80 No. Camera Options menu (before taking a picture) (Continued) Shoot environment Changes the camera settings to suit the environment. Select from Standard, Person, Room or Darkness. Effect Applies special effect to the picture. Select from Off, Sepia, Monochrome, or Negative film. Photo size Sets the picture size to Sub-QCIF (128x96), QCIF (176x144), Wallpaper (176x220), CIF (352x288), VGA (640x480) or SXGA (1280x1024).
  • Page 81: Recording A Video (M52)

    Camera Options menu (after taking a picture) No. Camera Options menu (after taking a picture) Saves the currently displayed picture in the folder selected as Save in setting. Save current In Burst mode, only the highlighted picture is saved. Save all Saves all pictures taken in Burst mode.
  • Page 82 Pressing # before/while playing a video file will enlarge the replay screen size, and pressing # will return the screen size to normal for Sub-QCIF only. The default file name for the recorded video saved in the folder is the date, month, year and sequence number. For the operations while recording a video, see “Operations when taking a picture”...
  • Page 83 Video recorder Options menu (after recording a video) No. Video recorder Options menu (after recording a video) Save Saves the currently displayed video. Create message Creates a new message with the file attached. Set as ring tone Sets the video as the ringtone. Set as wallpaper Sets the video to be the main-display wallpaper.
  • Page 84: My Data (M6)

    My data (M6) Using My data, you can playback sound and MP3 files, or display pictures and videos downloaded from the Internet or captured with the camera function of your phone. Videos (M61) In the following section, how to playback video files (videos) stored in your phone is described. You can either record videos using your phone, download them from the Internet, receive them attached to messages.
  • Page 85: Pictures (M63)

    Operations while playing sound ☛ To stop, SK2 ☛ To adjust the volume, Side keys. ☛ To replay the previous/next file, ▲ or ▼ Pictures (M63) The Pictures function allows you to display images and animations, which were obtained with the camera function of your phone, received as a file attached to MMS messages, or downloaded from the Internet.
  • Page 86 If you wish to preview the highlighted stamp, SK1. To display the previous/next stamp, ▲ or ▼. ☛ To apply a text stamp, 2 ➔ Key in the text ➔ ➔ The text stamp position is displayed in centre ☛ Move the stamp position ➔...
  • Page 87: Mp3 (M64)

    No. Print via USB Options menu File name Selects whether or not to print the file name on the paper. Date Selects whether or not to print the date on the paper. If you want to print multiple images on one sheet, set both the settings for Number of prints and N-up on Layout screen under Layout detail. For example, 4 for Number of prints and 2 for N-up will print 2 sheets with 2 half-sized images per sheet.
  • Page 88: File Selector Options Menu

    File selector Options menu ☛ ➔ ➔ Display the Videos/Sounds/Pictures/MP3 list screen Highlight a file No. File Selector Options menu Edit item Rename item: Edits the user title or name of the selected file/folder. Set protection: Sets the protection settings of the selected folder or file on/off. Cut: Cuts the selected picture into Sub-QCIF (128x96), QCIF (176x144), Wallpaper (176x220) or Free.
  • Page 89 No. File Selector Options menu Move Moves the selected file/folder or all the files in the current list to the selected folder. Create folder Creates a new folder under the current folder. Storage detail Displays the current storage information of your phone memory. View detail Displays the details of the selected folder or file.
  • Page 90: Java™ (M7)

    Java™ (M7) You can download Java™ applications (games etc.) from i-mode sites and run them on your phone. Programs (M71) How to run software To run a software (Java™ application), perform the following. ☛ 7 1 or press and hold SK2 ➔...
  • Page 91: Prog Backlight (M72)

    No. Application menu Network connection Permits/prohibits the selected software to connect to the network or displays the confirmation message every time you start the selected software. Auto start setting Enables or disables the automatic start of a complying Java™ application. Depending on the conditions, some options may be displayed in gray and not be available.
  • Page 92: Accessory (M8)

    Accessory (M8) MP3 player (M81) This feature allows you to create a Playlist to play MP3 files in the order you desire. You can add MP3 files saved in your phone to the Playlist (see “MP3 (M64)” on page 72) or change the order of the MP3 files within the Playlist. ☛...
  • Page 93: Calculator (M82)

    No. MP3 player Options menu Add desktop icon Creates a desktop icon of the MP3 player function on the standby screen. Depending on the conditions, some options may be displayed in gray and not be available. Calculator (M82) You can perform addition, subtraction, multiplication and division with the calculator. It also has a memory function. ☛...
  • Page 94: Scheduler (M84)

    Clock alarm setting (Continued) Set alarm tone Sets the melody to be played when the alarm occurs. See “Sounds (M62)” on page 69. Alarm repeat Selects alarm repeat for once, daily or day of the week. You can select more than one day of the week at the same time. You can remove the check by highlighting and pressing again.
  • Page 95: Scheduler Options Menu

    ☛ When all settings are done, SK1 to save the setting. The selected melody will be played when the scheduled event occurs if the ringer is turned on based on the current phone mode. If vibration is turned on, you will be notified of the event by vibration.
  • Page 96: Todo Options Menu

    No. Scheduler Options menu (Continued) Send via Sends the selected schedule through Bluetooth to other devices or a cellphone. Bluetooth Send via Bluetooth function is not available during a call. Depending on the conditions, some options may be displayed in gray and not be available. ToDo list (M85) This feature allows you to set up to 100 ToDo tasks that should be finished by a certain date.
  • Page 97: Notepad (M86)

    ☛ To display the ToDo detail Options menu, ➔ Highlight the list ➔ ➔ Highlight the required ToDo task ➔ ➔ Column L shows the ToDo options menu, and column D shows the ToDo detail Options menu. D ToDo Options menu Add new Adds a ToDo task (see “Adding a new ToDo task”...
  • Page 98: Notepad Options Menu

    Notepad Options menu ☛ 8 6 2 ➔ Highlight a file ➔ No. Notepad Options menu Edit item Changes the protection settings of the selected file. Rename item: Edits the user title or name of the selected file/folder. Set protection: Sets the protection settings of the selected folder or file on/off.
  • Page 99: Voice Memo (M87)

    Voice memo (M87) Voice memo function allows you to record up to 60 seconds of sound/voice, using your phone’s microphone. Recording/playing voice memo or setting speaker ☛ No. Voice memo setting Record Records a voice memo. ☛ SK1 to start recording. You can finish recording and save the data as a file by pressing SK2 even before the recording is completed.
  • Page 100: Bluetooth (M89)

    If you have made a mistake in entering the exchange rate or amount, CLR to delete individual number or SK2 to cancel the entry and return to the previous screen, and then start again. Resetting the currencies ☛ 8 8 and SK1 Bluetooth (M89) ☛...
  • Page 101: Bluetooth (M89)

    Bluetooth (M89) Bluetooth function provides the following services: • Dial-up service - You can use your phone as a modem. • Headset/hands-free service - You can make/receive a call using a Bluetooth headset or hands-free kit. • Object push service - You can send or receive the data (from Phonebook/Scheduler/ToDo list/Notepad/My data (Videos/Sounds/Pictures/MP3)) between your phone and other Bluetooth devices (see “Bluetooth Object Push”...
  • Page 102: Pairing A Bluetooth Device And Your Phone

    No. Bluetooth setting Active device Displays the information on the device in connection. Disconnect Ends the Bluetooth connection in progress. Depending on the conditions, some options may be displayed in gray and not be available. Device list Option menu ☛ 8 9 1 ➔...
  • Page 103: Using Bluetooth For Voice/Modem

    Using Bluetooth for voice/modem To use the Bluetooth headset/hands-free kit or Bluetooth modem, you must perform the Bluetooth pairing with your external device beforehand. For details, refer to the operation manual of the device. While using the Bluetooth device, the following icons will be displayed in the status bar area of your phone. Indicates Bluetooth On.
  • Page 104: Sending Data

    Procedures to send data Phonebook entry (M413...) You can only send Name, Home, Mobile, Work, Fax, 2 Email addresses and 2 pieces of descriptive information. Your phone sends data according to the vCard 2.1 specification. ☛ To display the phonebook (Phone), (for required number of times) or 4 1 3 ➔...
  • Page 105: Bluetooth File Transfer

    Bluetooth File Transfer Using Bluetooth connection, you can browse your phone from other Bluetooth devices and transfer data. This function provides the following services: • See the file/folder list in your phone. • Send/receive the file/folder to/from your phone. • Delete the file/folder from your phone.
  • Page 106: Index

    Index Numerics Call options External-display i-mode screen Call transfer 3GPP Call waiting and holding Mail 4-way navigation key Fast dialling Camera 30, 55 Recording a video Site (program) File transfer service AC adapter Taking a picture Web page Flicker control 65, 67 Accepting an incoming call i-mode menu screen...
  • Page 107 Numeric input Roaming T9® Pinyin input T9® Zhuyin input Mail Text entry Mail screen Object push service Saved pages Mode change Mail server One-touch dial Scheduler Time Mail tone Option mode Scratchpad number Time format Mail tone volume Origin number Timezone Main menu Own phone number display...