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Extended User guide

Contents
Getting started..............................................................................5
User guide in the phone......................................................................5 Additional help....................................................................................5 Assembly............................................................................................5 Turning the phone on and off..............................................................6 Aligning the screen..............................................................................7

Getting to know your phone........................................................8
Phone overview...................................................................................9 Charging the battery...........................................................................9 Stereo portable handsfree.................................................................10 Status bar.........................................................................................10 Status icons......................................................................................10 Screen lock.......................................................................................11 Navigating.........................................................................................11 Personalizing the start menu.............................................................13 Time and date...................................................................................13 Alarms and notifications....................................................................14 Communication Manager..................................................................14 Owner information.............................................................................14 Internet and messaging settings........................................................15 Networks..........................................................................................15 Handling content with the File Explorer in the phone.........................16 Searching information.......................................................................16 Entering text......................................................................................16 Programs..........................................................................................17 Settings.............................................................................................18 Recommended accessories..............................................................20

Updating your phone.................................................................21 SlideView.....................................................................................22 Panels..........................................................................................23
Switching between panels and applications......................................23 Managing panels...............................................................................23 Auto panel switching.........................................................................24 Panel manager settings.....................................................................25 MS Today panel................................................................................25 Tilewave panel..................................................................................26 Pixel City panel..................................................................................26 Growing panel...................................................................................27 Spb™ Mobile Shell panel..................................................................28
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Skype™ panel..................................................................................28 Downloading new panels..................................................................28

Calling..........................................................................................29
Making and receiving calls.................................................................29 More call features..............................................................................31 Video call..........................................................................................32

Contacts .....................................................................................34
Using Contacts.................................................................................34 SIM contacts.....................................................................................35 Finding company contacts using Microsoft® Exchange Server.........36

Calendar......................................................................................37
Using the calendar............................................................................37 Managing meeting requests using Microsoft® Outlook®...................37

Synchronizing.............................................................................39
Synchronization methods..................................................................39 Synchronizing using Sony Ericsson Sync..........................................39 Synchronizing with a Microsoft® Windows® computer using Microsoft® ActiveSync®...................................................................40 Synchronizing wirelessly with a Microsoft® Exchange Server............42

Messaging...................................................................................45
SMS and MMS.................................................................................45 E-mail...............................................................................................46 Windows Live™ Messenger..............................................................49

Getting connected......................................................................50
Bluetooth™ technology.....................................................................50 Wi-Fi™..............................................................................................52 Internet sharing.................................................................................53 TV out...............................................................................................54 Media server ....................................................................................55

Web browser...............................................................................57
Before browsing the Web..................................................................57 Browsing the Web.............................................................................57 Menu options....................................................................................57 Zooming...........................................................................................58 Managing favorites............................................................................58 History pages....................................................................................59 Accessing other functions when browsing.........................................59

Applications and content...........................................................60
PlayNow™........................................................................................60 Windows® Marketplace ...................................................................60 Games..............................................................................................60

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................................................................................................................85 I cannot synchronize my phone with a Microsoft® Windows® computer using Bluetooth™ wireless technology....................................61 Media..............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................66 Camera....................................................81 Using the internal GPS receiver..........................................................................................................Managing applications.........83 IMEI number............................................................65 Streaming media.......60 Copyright-protected content...............................................................83 SIM protection.......................... ..................................................................................................................................66 Radio..............70 Using the still camera..............................................................................................81 FastGPS.........................................81 Google Maps™..............................................................................70 Using the camera.....................................................................................................83 Encrypted data.83 Phone protection...................70 Using the video camera..............84 Troubleshooting.......................80 Transferring files between your phone and a computer..........................62 Music............................................... © Print only for private use.........................................86 Index.............................................................................63 Video.........................79 Transferring content.....................88 4 This is an Internet version of this publication.........................85 I cannot use Internet-based services.............................................................................80 Location services...........................................................................................................................75 Using the camera to work with photos and videos........................................................................................................................................................................81 Locking and protecting your phone..................................................................................................................................................................85 Resetting the phone..........................85 Legal information.............62 Photos.............................................................................

. you have to insert the SIM card and the battery. For applications accessed on or through a third-party Web site. © Print only for private use. Use of such programming or services may require separate registration with the third party provider and may be subject to additional terms of use. Slide the SIM card into its holder with the gold-colored contacts facing down. Remove the battery cover.Getting started Important information Please read the Important information leaflet before you use your mobile phone. this applies to the GSM International Emergency Number 112. Some of the services and features described in this User guide are not supported by all networks and/or service providers in all areas. To insert the SIM card 1 2 3 Unlock the battery cover. Sony Ericsson does not warrant or guarantee the availability or performance of any third-party Web sites or offered services. To use Getting started Tap > Getting started. Without limitation. • Assembly Before you start using the phone. please review such Web sites’ terms of use and applicable privacy policy in advance. User guide in the phone An extended User guide and a help function are available in your phone. Please contact your network operator or service provider to determine availability of any specific service or feature and whether additional access or usage fees apply. To access the User guide in the phone Tap > Help > Sony Ericsson Help. This User Guide may reference services or applications provided by third parties. 5 This is an Internet version of this publication. • Additional help • To use the help function in the phone Tap > Help.

. Remove the battery cover. To insert a memory card 1 2 Remove the battery cover. Insert the battery with the Sony Ericsson hologram side up and the connectors facing each other.To insert the battery 1 2 3 Unlock the battery cover. To remove a memory card 1 2 Remove the battery cover. Turning the phone on and off To turn on the phone 6 This is an Internet version of this publication. © Print only for private use. Insert the memory card with the gold-colored contacts facing down. Press the edge of the memory card to release and remove it.

Tap . briefly press the power key. if necessary. You need to align the screen in order to align the touch points on it. 1 2 To turn off the phone Press and hold down the power key until a message appears. 1 2 Aligning the screen The first time you turn on the phone. • • 1 2 1 2 Automatic turn off Automatic turn off function helps you to set the phone to turn off automatically. You can then turn on the phone. Mark the checkboxes and shorten the time before the different functions are turned off. 7 This is an Internet version of this publication. Tap Align Screen.1 2 Press and hold down the power key until the phone starts. To use automatic turn off Tap > Settings > System > Backlight and Power Management > the Advanced tab. When you charge the phone the first time. Tap . You need to use the stylus to align the screen. Tap Yes. To turn off sleep mode To activate the screen. © Print only for private use. To turn on phone mode Tap > Settings > Communication Manager. . At first startup. The phone is also activated when you receive a call or a message. To turn on sleep mode To turn off the screen temporarily and switch the phone to sleep mode. You can also re-align your screen. you need to align the screen. it may take up to 15 minutes before the screen lights up. 1 2 3 To align the screen Tap > Settings > System > Screen > the Alignment tab. briefly press the power key. a setup guide leads you through the essential settings for your phone. Use the stylus and tap each target firmly and accurately. To turn on Airplane mode Tap > Settings > Communication Manager. You can also set the backlight to turn off automatically if your phone is not used for a specified time.

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even though the battery is fully charged. it may take a few minutes before the battery icon appears on the screen.5 mm headset/TV-out cable connector 15 Stylus 16 Camera light 17 Camera lens 18 Volume key 19 Loudspeaker 20 Camera key 21 Strap holder 20 19 15 16 17 18 14 5 6 8 7 9 3 2 10 4 21 Charging the battery When you start to charge the battery. 9 This is an Internet version of this publication. The battery will start to discharge a little after it is fully charged and then charges again after a certain time. . This is to extend battery life and may result in the charge status showing a level below 100 percent. © Print only for private use.Phone overview 1 Power key 1 13 12 11 2 Connector for charger/USB cable 3 Keyboard 4 Battery cover lock 5 Call key 6 SlideView key 7 Optical joystick/Selection key 8 OK key 9 End call key 10 Touch screen 11 Video call camera 12 Ear speaker 13 Light sensor 14 3. You can still use your phone while it is charging.

To end a call. Tap one of the displayed icons. it stops when you receive a call and resumes when the call has ended. If a portable handsfree is not included with the phone. you may purchase one separately. press the call handling key. • Stereo portable handsfree 1 2 3 To use the handsfree Connect a portable handsfree. Status bar A status bar at the top of the screen displays phone status information and notifications.• To charge the phone using the power adapter Connect the phone to a power outlet using the USB cable provided and the power adapter. To access an application from the status bar Tap the status bar. The following status icons may appear on your status bar: GPRS available HSDPA available EDGE available Wi-Fi™ function enabled Scanning for available Wi-Fi™ network connections Wi-Fi™ network connected 10 This is an Internet version of this publication. To charge the phone using a computer Connect the phone to a USB port on a computer using the included USB cable provided. © Print only for private use. You can access the displayed applications direct from the status bar. To answer a call. . press the call handling key. If you are listening to music. 1 2 Status icons You can tap an icon in the status bar to get more information or to start an application.

3G/UMTS available GPRS in use HSDPA in use 3G/UMTS in use EDGE in use Connection is active Connection is not active Missed call New incoming text message New incoming multimedia message Multiple notifications. tap Backlight and Power Management and select the desired settings on the Advanced tab Tap OK. © Print only for private use. then confirm by selecting Yes. If you want to change the delay time for the automatic screen lock. Checkmark the Prompt if phone unused for box. To unlock the screen Drag to the left or right. select a time interval. or your finger. Mark or unmark the Enable Auto Lock checkbox. • • 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 Navigating You can use the following means to navigate around the screen: • • The stylus. Tap OK. and enter a code for unlocking the screen. Tap to view all Synchronization ongoing Signal strength No signal Phone radio turned off Voice call in progress Call on hold Sound on Sound off Battery charging Battery full Bluetooth™ function on Bluetooth™ headset connected Roaming Screen lock To lock the screen Press and hold . To turn the automatic screen lock on or off Tap > Settings > Auto Lock. on the touch screen The navigation key 11 This is an Internet version of this publication. To use a screen lock code Select > Settings > Lock. .

tap the item. up or down to move around the screen. touch and hold down the file or folder. Using the arrow keys To use the arrow keys • Press the arrow keys left. 12 This is an Internet version of this publication. Messaging and Contacts. rename or send a file. to Using the optical joystick You can move the highlighted marker in any direction by letting your finger glide over the navigation key. On some pages you can also flick to the sides. Press select an item.Using the touch screen • • • • • To highlight or open an item. you can use the optical joystick to scroll instead. . Mark or unmark the Enable Optical Joystick checkbox. To copy. tap the screen. drag your finger or stylus on the screen. 1 2 To enable the optical joystick Tap > Settings > System > Optical Joystick. In Microsoft® Internet Explorer®. To pan a page. © Print only for private use. right. Select the preferred action from the options dialog. flick your finger or stylus up or down on the screen. To stop the screen from scrolling. To scroll up or down.

To use a custom background image Tap > Settings > Home. Changing region does not change the Operating System language of your phone. You can enable this option only if the Enable Optical Joystick checkbox is marked. Some of the customized changes may also be applicable to the MS Today panel. Tap Browse to view a list of your picture files. Drag the slider to decrease the brightness. Personalizing the start menu You can customize what to display on the start menu. For best viewing it is recommended that the image is saved in 480x800 pixel resolution for WVGA (Wide Video Graphics Array) and 800x480 pixel resolution for landscape display mode. tap the appropriate tabs and select the desired options. 1 2 3 4 5 Display settings 1 2 To increase or decrease the size of text on the screen Tap > Settings > System > Screen > the Text Size tab. To customize settings further. Tap the Time tab. Tap the Appearance tab and mark the Use this picture as the background check box. currency. 1 2 3 . Unmark the Auto adjust backlight checkbox. 1 2 3 Regional settings The style in which numbers. 13 This is an Internet version of this publication. Tap the Time tab. select your region from the list. To change regional settings Tap > Settings > System > Regional Settings. © Print only for private use. Tap OK. if marked. To decrease the screen brightness Tap > Settings > System > Backlight and Power Management > the Backlight tab. On the Region tab. 1 2 3 Time and date 1 2 To set the time and date Tap > Settings > Clock & Alarms. Tap the file name of the picture you want to use. To set the time and date for a different location Tap > Settings > Clock & Alarms. Mark or unmark the Enable scroll function for Messaging and Contacts checkbox.1 2 To enable the scroll function Tap > Settings > System > Optical Joystick. Move the slider to increase or decrease the text size. and times are displayed is specified in regional settings. dates. The region you select determines which options will be available on the other tabs. Select the correct time zone and change the time or date.

or a flashing light. You can select multiple days by tapping each desired day. or decrease the screen brightness. Tap Ring type > Ring tone. Ringer settings 1 2 To change the ring type and ring tone for incoming calls Tap > Settings > Sounds & Notifications > the Incoming call tab. Phone name The phone name is used to identify your phone in the following situations: • • • Synchronizing with a computer Using Bluetooth™ wireless technology Restoring information from a backup If you synchronize multiple phones with the same computer. You can further reduce power usage by using automatic turn off functions for the screen (Auto Lock). You can choose from several options. Turn off the connections you do not need. Owner information 1 2 To enter owner information Tap > Settings > Personal > Owner Information. To choose a sound.Alarms and notifications To set an alarm Tap > Settings > Clock & Alarms > the Alarms tab. Tap Description and enter a name for the alarm. 14 This is an Internet version of this publication. tap the list next to the Play button and select a sound. such as a special sound. © Print only for private use. Tap OK to confirm. Animated pictures and some older types of SIM cards are also power consuming. Tap the day of the week for the alarm. 1 2 Power saving You can improve battery time by closing applications running in the background and by disabling some connections. To turn off connections Tap > Settings > Communication Manager. On the Identification tab. The alarm will not sound if the phone is turned off. Communication Manager Wi-Fi™ and Bluetooth™ technology. Tap the Notifications tab. Tap the time and set the time for the alarm. 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 To choose how to be notified about events or actions Tap > Settings > Sounds & Notifications. each phone must have a unique name. as well as data connections are battery consuming. . Tap an event name and choose how you want to be notified by marking the appropriate checkboxes. a message. enter your personal information. It is recommended to turn off such connections if you do not need them and want to save battery power.

your phone must be within the range of a network. If it is not within range. Tap OK. Tap Menu > Tools > Options. To make or receive a phone call. if your first preferred network is unavailable. tap Manage existing connections and select the connection you just created. Enter a new name. Select OK. In the Network selection list. your phone will try to access your second preferred network.1 2 3 4 To change the phone name Tap > Settings > System > About. The phone name must begin with a letter. Under My ISP. Internet and messaging settings can also be added or changed manually. Enter the Access point name. Password. Tap Set Networks and follow the instructions on the screen. Tap Finish. consist of letters from A to Z. it automatically selects your home network if it is within range. then find and tap the Network tab. To download Internet settings Select > Settings > Connections > Connection Setup. Tap the Device ID tab. If required. When you turn on your phone. To configure Internet settings manually To get the required information for manual configuration of Internet settings. Networks You can view which mobile phone networks are available and arrange them in the order that you want your phone to access them. select Automatic. Enter a name for the connection. You can install Internet and messaging settings in your phone using the Connection Setup application. then tap Next. © Print only for private use. 1 2 3 4 5 6 15 This is an Internet version of this publication. Tap OK. For example. tap Add a new modem connection. select Manual. 3G) in the dropdown box. Internet and messaging settings You can connect to the Internet using a 2G/3G mobile data connection or Wi-Fi™ if you have the correct Internet settings in your phone. then select Cellular line (GPRS. numbers from 0 to 9. Under My ISP. Domain and Advanced settings. Tap Menu > Tools > Options and tap the Network tab. and cannot contain spaces. To set preferred networks Press . tap OK to return to the Network tab. then tap Next. please contact your service provider. edit User name. Under Network selection. After arranging the networks in the preferred order. 1 2 1 2 3 4 5 6 Tap > Settings > Connections > Connections. This is called roaming. Use the underscore character to separate words. The list of available networks appears. . you can use another network that is accepted by your operator. 1 2 3 To view available networks Press .

To change back to all lower-case letters. word. press twice and enter the relevant numbers or symbols. • In the drop down list. Using the hardware keyboard • • • • • • • To type lower-case letters. Tap Search. then select Menu > Beam File… Tap the file or folder. tap the item you want to open. The following functions are available in File Explorer: Task Go up one level in File Explorer Open a folder in the current view Create a new folder Open a file Copy. 16 This is an Internet version of this publication. 1 2 3 4 5 Entering text You can use the hardware keyboard to enter text and characters. If the memory is full. To use all upper-case letters. select one item that you have looked for before. or other information you want to search for. When you start a program or select a field that requires text or number. the keyboard appears. To use the File Explorer in your phone To open File Explorer. and then press until the required character appears. press and then press the relevant letter key. In the Results list. . press To type accented characters. delete some content to create space. cut or paste a file or folder Send file to another phone or computer via Bluetooth™ Rename a file or folder Delete a file or folder Go directly to a folder Action Select Up Tap the folder Select Menu > New Folder Tap the file Tap the file or folder. tap > File Explorer. To search for a file or an item Tap > Search Phone. For example. In the Type field. press twice. In the Search for field. select a data type. again. then select Menu > Rename Tap the file or folder. To use all number or symbol keys. press . you can search in Search Phone and in online help. then select Menu > Delete Use the drop-down boxes in the top left and top right of the screen • Searching information You can search for files and other items stored in your phone by file name or by words located in the item. you can: • Enter the file name. To enter a number or a symbol. To type a single upper-case letter. Using the on-screen keyboard You can use the on-screen keyboard to enter text. To verify entries or exit the program in use. press the relevant letter keys. press and then press the relevant key.Handling content with the File Explorer in the phone You can use File Explorer in your phone to handle content saved in the phone memory or on a memory card. press the letter key first. The on-screen keyboard uses a built-in dictionary. © Print only for private use. then select Menu > Edit Tap the file or folder.

tap . You can switch to one of your selected input languages when you enter text by tapping . Mark the language check boxes that you want to add to the list. 1 2 • • . > Text correction options Text correction helps you enter text faster by suggesting words as you enter letters. tap if you are using the on-screen keyboard. To enter punctuation marks and symbols using the on-screen keyboard In a program. Tap and select a punctuation mark or a symbol. > Settings 1 2 Programs These are some of the programs that you can find in the start menu: Office Mobile Use the complete suite of Microsoft® Office applications for your phone: Microsoft Excel Mobile.• To enter text using the on-screen keyboard In a program. © Print only for private use. The Today panel. Home Text Panels Camera Calendar Contacts Internet Explorer E-mail 17 This is an Internet version of this publication. Send and receive e-mails. Take photos and record video clips. To select input languages Tap > Settings > Personal > Keyboard > Languages. Keep track of your appointments and create meeting requests. then tap If you are using the on-screen keyboard. multimedia messages and text messages. tap . tap > Personal > Keyboard > Text correction > Help. To change the input language If you are using the slideout keyboard. tap at the bottom of the screen. Keep track of your friends and colleagues. To set text correction options Tap > Settings > Personal > Keyboard > Text correction. for example. Microsoft OneNote Mobile. Write a word and tap OK. Microsoft PowerPoint Mobile and Microsoft Word Mobile. next word prediction. Select the options you desire. spell correction. Tap Options > My words > Add. auto-append and auto-substitution. For more information about the different options in the text correction menu. 1 2 Input language Before you start entering letters. . You can set different options in the text correction menu. tap the text input icon at the bottom of the screen and the onscreen keyboard appears. you need to select the languages you want to use when writing. Manage your panels.. or tap if you are using the slideout keyboard. Send and receive voice messages. 1 2 3 To add words to the keyboard dictionary When you enter text. Browse Web and WAP sites as well as download new programs and files from the Internet.

Quick access to frequently used phone activities. PlayNow™ Google Maps Marketplace Internet Sharing Messenger Notes Pictures & Videos Search Phone Settings Streaming Media Tasks Task Manager Windows Live Some programs described in this User guide are not supported by all networks and/or service providers in all areas.Phone Help SlideView Media Make and receive calls. 18 This is an Internet version of this publication. and games. Tailor phone settings to your own liking. Use this mobile version of Windows Live™ to find information on the Web. a background image. Settings You can set up the phone with general and specific settings. and other information in your phone. Organize and manage files in your phone. videos. This is the mobile version of Windows Live™ Messenger. Keep track of your tasks. Connect your phone to the Internet using your phone data connection. Sony Ericsson Sync Synchronise your contacts. password and ring tone as well as transfer music and set up a Bluetooth headset and e-mail. Perform basic calculations such as addition. © Print only for private use. subtraction. photos. Download applications and games to your phone. Create handwritten or typed notes. and voice recordings. Synchronize information between your phone and a computer or the Microsoft® Exchange Server. . See Help topics for the current screen or program. View PDF (Portable Document Format) files in your phone. Download a variety of exciting content to your phone. and division. multiplication. Manage media files such as music. Play any of the pre-installed games. to suit your requirements. calendar and more using SonyEricsson. Manage running applications. Read how to manage basic functions such as making a call and how to set the date and time. View your current location.com. drawings. Stream live or on-demand video. Sign in to your Windows Live account to access your Live Mail messages and send or receive instant messages in Live Messenger. and set up conference calling. data. organize and sort pictures. switch between calls. View. find other locations and calculate routes. animated GIFs and video files in your phone or on a memory card. Search contacts. YouTube Games ActiveSync Adobe Reader LE Calculator File Explorer Getting started Share and view videos from all over the world.

Improves the time of your GPS positioning by downloading the latest satellite data from the Internet. Tap this icon only when you need to remove all your data and files from the memory and reset your phone to factory default settings. and more. Owner Information Enter your personal information. set a PIN number for your USIM/SIM card.To see all available settings 1 Tap > Settings. You can also stop currently running programs. You can also specify a name for your phone. Memory Check the phone memory allocation status and memory card information. You may need to do this when there are programs in your phone that access GPS data or you have connected a GPS receiver to your phone. System folder overview The following options appear in your System folder: About Certificates Phone reset See basic information such as the Windows Mobile® version and the type of processor used in your phone. 19 This is an Internet version of this publication. Allow files on your memory card to be encrypted. Download and install Java™ applications. Encrypted files are readable only in your phone. Customize settings for video calling. See information about the firmware version. Power Management Customer Feedback Device Information DRM Encryption Error Reporting Make Windows Mobile® better by participating in the Customer Experience Improvement Program. Enable or disable the phone error reporting function. technical data about the state of the program and your phone is logged in a text file and delivered to Microsoft technical support if you choose to send it. such as games and tools. hardware and identity. 2 Tap and view one of the following settings: • The Personal folder • The System folder • The Connections folder • Bluetooth • Sounds & Notifications • Clock & Alarms • Auto Lock • Lock • Home • Communication Manager • Microsoft My Phone Personal folder overview The following options appear in your Personal folder: Accessibility Enable the Telephone Typewriter (TTY) device to allow text communication on a standard phone call to be transmitted to another phone. Phone Keyboard Video Call Customize phone settings such as ring tone. Set the appropriate GPS communication ports. Backlight and Power saving settings. Set options for the on-screen keyboard and enter your own words in the dictionary. See information about certificates installed in your phone. When this function is enabled and a program error occurs. . © Print only for private use. See Help for details. if required. to your phone. Configure the settings for the digital rights protected content. External GPS FastGPS Java Managed Programs See the installation history for programs managed in your phone.

WAP. 20 This is an Internet version of this publication. button to end programs immediately when you TV output Set the signal type and screen fit mode. based on the detected or selected network operator Configure your phone data connections so your phone can connect to the Internet or a private local network Enroll in a domain and connect your phone with company resources Set up connections to available wireless networks Select which data connection to use when sending text messages Enable or disable different communication channels Recommended accessories The following accessories are recommended for your phone: • • • • VH700 Bluetooth™ Noise Shield Handsfree EP750 twin charger 4 or 8 GB SD card AN300 in-car charger For more information.sonyericsson. currency. Enable the optical joystick and scroll function for Messages and Contacts. . Stop running programs and set the tap this button. realign the screen.Microphone AGC Optical Joystick Regional Settings Remove Programs Screen Task Manager Adjust the volume of your voice automatically when you are recording. go to www. including the format for displaying numbers. and time in your phone. and change the screen text size.com/support. and MMS. Connections folder overview Beam Connection Setup Connections Domain Enroll Wi-Fi SMS service Communication Manager Set your phone to receive incoming Bluetooth™ beams Configure your phone data connections. © Print only for private use. Change the screen orientation. Remove programs you installed in your phone. date. such as GPRS. Set the regional configuration to use.

sonyericsson.Updating your phone You can update your phone to the most recent software for optimal performance and to get the latest enhancements. . 1 2 3 To use the Update Service application Connect your phone to the computer using the USB cable. Updates can be downloaded using the Update Service application on your computer.com/update from the Web browser of your computer. 21 This is an Internet version of this publication. Follow the instructions to install the latest available Update Service application on your computer. You will need to connect your phone to the computer using a supported USB cable. Make sure you back up and save all data contained in your phone before you start updating the phone. © Print only for private use. Computer: Go to www.

To navigate SlideView 2 3 1 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 To open a phone activity. in SlideView will bring you back to the default 22 This is an Internet version of this publication. SlideView includes access to: • • • • • • • Call History Messages Calendar Media PlayNow™ Sony Ericsson Sync Panels The PlayNow™ application and Sony Ericsson Sync are not supported by all networks and/or service providers in all areas. tap the minimize icon in the top right corner. tapping panel. and text messages. . or press . To go to a submenu in an activity. To go back to the SlideView main view.SlideView SlideView provides you with quick access to frequently used phone activities. To go back to the previous view. 1 2 To switch between an application and SlideView From any application. © Print only for private use. It gives you an overview of missed incoming activities and notifies you of any missed calls. emails. If you are not using any application. • To open SlideView Press . tap an icon to the left. tap the back arrow repeatedly. press . tap the back arrow. Tap in SlideView to go back to the application. You can also use the navigation key to navigate in SlideView. To minimize SlideView and go back to the default panel or to another application. tap the activity.

schedule panels for auto switching. © Print only for private use. You can set panels as favorites from the All panels view. Favorites view Your nine favorite panels can be displayed in landscape or portrait view (as below). and download new panels. . Favorites view All panels view Auto Panel switching Settings To open and close panel views 1 2 Press . and also download new panels. Tap a panel. You can double press to enter a panel view directly. Managing panels With Panel manager. set panels to switch automatically. you can access panels from different views. press to return to the most recently used panel. Switching between panels and applications • • • In a panel or an application. toggle auto switching on or off. Some panels described in this User guide are not supported by all networks and/or service providers in all areas. Your phone comes with a number of panels pre-loaded. press to return to the most recently used panel. 23 This is an Internet version of this publication. double press to go to the Panel manager Favorites view. From Panel manager.Panels Panels let you personalize your phone with the content you want most. In an application you started from the Start menu. You can view your chosen panels in different views. • To return to the most recently used panel Press or tap > Home.

All panels view In All panels view you can view all the panels including favorites and downloaded panels.• To open a panel from the Favorites view Tap the panel you want to open. 1 2 Auto panel switching Auto panel switching changes the current panel automatically at a selected time. 24 This is an Internet version of this publication. © Print only for private use. . Tap Activate. 1 2 To open a panel from All panels view Flick right or left through the panels until the desired panel is highlighted. You can also read information about some of them. Tap Favorite. To add a panel to your Favorites From the All panels view. select a panel.

media and browsing. • To add panels to the timeline Drag the panels you want from the available panel list to the timeline. 1 2 25 This is an Internet version of this publication.Download new panels for your device MS Today panel The MS Today panel gives you access to all basic phone features such as communication. tap or . • Panel manager settings 1 2 3 1 2 3 Auto panel switching on/off . You can personalize this panel to suit your individual preferences.Download the latest version of the Panel manager application.Turn Auto panel switching on or off Release information/Update . the Update is disabled Get more panels . © Print only for private use. . To remove panels from the timeline Drag the panels you want to remove from the timeline to the available panel list.9:00 1 13:00 2 3 17:00 21:00 1 2 3 Timeline Added panels in timeline Available panel list • To change the time in the timeline In Auto panel switching view. Adjust the settings according to your preferences. If the current Panel manager application is the latest version. To personalize the Home panel Tap > Settings > Home.

such as selected cities. date. and weather are updated automatically when you select a city and you are connected to the Internet. Various details and visual behaviours are connected to different features. . You can access settings for a Tilewave feature. play. you can you can pause. Time. © Print only for private use. You can discover the whole city by flicking to the sides. You can also create and manage RSS feeds. 1 2 3 4 5 8 9 10 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 City – tap to toggle between cities Date – tap here to manage calendar appointments Time – tap here to manage your alarms Calculator Messages Toggle for switching between RSS feeds and music mode RSS feed and song information – tap here to manage Web feeds (in RSS mode).Tilewave panel This panel gives you an overview of features through a 3D interface. and move between tracks using the Tilewave panel. If you start playing music in Slideview. or view track and album information (in music mode) Battery indicator Weather Contacts Pixel City panel You can access a number of features through the Pixel City panel. 12 1 2 11 10 9 8 3 4 5 6 7 26 This is an Internet version of this publication. You can access the features with a single tap. by tapping .

06:00). Sycamore seeds fall randomly when silent mode is turned off 27 This is an Internet version of this publication. A firefly comes in the night time (18:00 . The number of daisies indicates the Wi-Fi™ signal strength The Bluetooth™ function.1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Messages and e-mails Calendar appointments. . The view of the Growing panel changes depending on the time and date. The number of flags indicates the signal level The Bluetooth™ function. The number of filled car park levels indicates battery level status Sony Ericsson website Google Maps™ Google website Calls. A butterfly flies in four hours prior to a calendar appointment. in place of the butterfly Calls. The ivy plant indicates the phone battery level Wi-Fi™. An open flower indicates you have unread e-mail messages Messages. © Print only for private use. 1 10 2 9 8 3 4 5 7 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Time and date E-mails. The musicians play music at the bandstand in the park when the phone is not in silent mode. the train will appear Silent mode. the mushroom withers Signal level. When there is a calendar appointment coming up in the day. When the Bluetooth™ function is off. The fountain will flow with water when the Bluetooth™ function is on. A red airplane will fly in and stop on the runway after you miss a phone call Wi-Fi™ on/off. When the foxglove is extended with open flowers. The mushroom grows when the Bluetooth™ function is turned on. An open flower indicates you have unread messages Battery level. The musicians disappear under the bandstand when silent mode is on Signal level. The air control tower will emit signal waves when Wi-Fi™ is on Time and date Growing panel The Growing panel notifies you about different activities. When the Bluetooth™ function is turned off. the signal strength is high Calendar appointments. An open flower indicates that you have missed calls Silent mode. the fountain is still Battery level.

Both the Lifestyle and Professional panels can be customized to your own needs. Skype is not a replacement for your ordinary telephone and cannot be used for emergency calling. With Skype on your phone.spbsoftwarehouse. send instant messages and more over the Internet. © Print only for private use. The panels extend outside the screen so you have more space to add shortcuts and widgets. Downloading new panels To download new panels From the Panel settings view. . See www. with your calendar and appointments as the main view. you can call other Skype users for free and send and receive instant messages and files. If you have Skype Credit or a subscription. you can also use Skype to call landlines and mobiles at low rates. The Spb™ Mobile Shell Professional panel is more work-oriented.com for more information. • 28 This is an Internet version of this publication.Spb™ Mobile Shell panel There are two types of Spb™ Mobile Shell panel: Lifestyle and Professional. You need a registered Skype account and an Internet connection to use Skype. tap Get more panels. Skype™ panel Skype™ is communications software used to make calls.

Calling Making and receiving calls You can use your phone to make. Tap and hold to access your voicemail Tap and hold to get the + sign. area code (without the initial zero) and phone number. . Enter the phone number. by tapping the number keys. Making calls Phone screen overview Press to start the dialer. © Print only for private use. the international call prefix Call key. To end a call To end an ongoing call. 8 1 1 ghi pqrs abc jkl tuv 2 5 8 0 + def mno wxyz 3 6 4 7 9 2 3 * # 4 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 5 6 7 Voicemail. After dialing. You can also dial directly from Contacts or from the Call History. Tap . Enter the country/region code. If the keypad is not visible. Tap . your phone must be within range of a network. Tap to access the logged call information Keypad. or tap and hold to erase the whole number 1 2 3 4 To make a call using the keypad Press . 1 2 3 4 To make international calls Press . 29 This is an Internet version of this publication. Tap and hold down until the international call prefix "+" appears. Tap to show the keypad Delete. starting with the area code. Tap to erase each subsequent digit of an entered number. tap . receive and keep track of calls and messages. Tap to access your speed dial entries Tap to access Contacts Call History. tap this key to make a call Speed dial. press • . To make or receive a phone call.

with or without the SIM card inserted. then tap the Advanced tab. press • . tap Mute. Before you use this feature you need to enable it. then tap the tab. date. . 1 2 1 2 3 Receiving calls • To answer a call Press . press . Your network operator may therefore have saved additional local emergency numbers on the SIM card. Scroll to the phone number you want to call and tap it. Rejecting a call with an SMS text message This feature lets you reject a call by sending an SMS text message with a pre-defined content to the calling party. To reject a call and send a busy tone When you get an incoming call. 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 Emergency calls Your phone supports international emergency numbers. Enter the text message you want sent to the calling party when you reject a call. To reject a call with a text message When you get an incoming call.1 2 3 4 To make a call from Contacts Press . When Send "busy" text message? appears. To open the Call History Press . You can normally use these numbers to make emergency calls in any country. Tap OK. other emergency numbers may also be promoted. To enable the Reject call with text message feature Press . then tap the tab. Scroll to the contact you want to call. such as phone numbers. 30 This is an Internet version of this publication. Tap Menu > Tools > Options…. • To turn off the ringtone without answering a call While the phone is ringing. dialled and missed or rejected calls. You can also view your call history in SlideView by pressing and then tapping Call History. for example. © Print only for private use. To make a call from the Call History Press . Tap . if you are within range of a network. Mark the Reject call with text message: checkbox. 112 or 911. Scroll through all calls and tap the entry you want to view. Tap the contact to see all the contact's phone numbers. time and call length. The Call History You can view information about answered. Tap the number you want to call. tap Yes. In some countries.

Choose your desired options.. 31 This is an Internet version of this publication. Voicemail and more. Press . © Print only for private use. 1 2 3 Smart Dialing Your phone uses the Smart Dialing feature. Conference calls With a conference call.. Before you can create a Speed Dial entry. tap the first number key and then tap and hold the second number key.. If you. Drag the on-screen volume slider (below the Tap OK. To adjust the default ear speaker volume 1 2 3 Tap the status icon . When you start entering a phone number or a contact name.1 2 3 To make an emergency call Press . Phone services Your phone can directly link to your mobile phone network and allow you to access and change the settings of various phone services. To create a Speed Dial entry Press . or look it up on the SIM card. icon) to the desired level. Tap and hold down on the contact you want to assign to the speed dial key. You can store speed dial numbers in positions 2 to 99 (position 1 is reserved for your voicemail). Speed Dial You can use Speed Dial to speed up dialing to the contacts that you call most frequently. then tap ok.. your phone automatically searches for a match in Contacts.. Select the phone number you want to be assigned to the speed dial key. A filtered list of phone numbers or contact names is shown. if available. Call Waiting. Tap . for example. on the SIM card or in the Call History. you just tap and hold number key 3 on the Phone keypad. want to call the contact you have stored in position 3. Select an available position. To access and change settings for phone services Tap > Settings > Personal > Phone > the Services tab. Dial the local emergency number. the contact must already exist in Contacts. . which makes it easy for you to dial a phone number. then tap Get Settings. 1 2 3 4 5 6 More call features • To adjust the ear speaker volume during a call Press the volume key up or down. then tap it again in when it appears the drop down box. which will be used as the speed dial number for this contact. No settings can be entered for this feature. To call a contact stored in positions 10 to 99. Tap Add to Favorites. Phone services may include Call Forwarding. Select the service you want to use. You can contact your service provider to find out more about the availability of services for your phone.. from which you can select a number to dial. you can have a joint conversation with up to five people.

Adding a contact to Contacts after a call This feature means you can save a new phone number automatically to Contacts after a call. Tap Menu > Conference. to control the image presentation. To make a video call from Call History Press . Mark the checkbox Add new phone number to Contacts at the end of call. To enable the automatic saving of phone numbers after a call Press . 1 2 3 4 5 Telephone Typewriter (TTY) Telephone Typewriter (TTY) is a telecommunications device for a deaf or speech impaired person which allows text communication on a standard phone call to be transmitted to another phone. 32 This is an Internet version of this publication. To enable TTY mode Tap > Settings >Personal > Accessibility. If you use a TTY device. Scroll to the contact you want to call. To make a video call using the keypad Press . 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 Video call settings You can change the video call settings in two ways: • During a video call. Scroll through all calls to find the entry you want. To make or receive a video call. you must have access to a 3G (UMTS) network. Before you use this feature. © Print only for private use. Tap Menu > Video Call. .1 2 3 To set up a conference call Make a call. both parties on the available when call must have a 3G (UMTS) phone subscription that supports 3G (UMTS) service. and 3G (UMTS) coverage. Tap the Advanced tab. you can enable your phone to communicate with it. Tap Menu > Tools > Options…. Tap . tap to make it visible. Tap the entry and tap Menu > Video Call. or accept a new incoming call. 3G (UMTS) service is or appears on the screen. To make a video call. and to choose which camera to use. 1 2 Video call Video call lets you make or receive a call with a two-way live video stream. To make a video call from Contacts Press . Mark the checkbox Enable TTY functionality. Tap . Tap Menu > Video Call. If the phone keypad is not visible. Put the call on hold and make a new call. Tap OK. you need to enable it. Enter the phone number you want to call by tapping the keys on the phone keypad. you can tap the control buttons on the video call screen to turn your microphone on or off.

From the Phone screen, or during a video call, you can tap Menu > Video call settings to enter more comprehensive settings. These settings are preferably entered before you start making a call. To enter video call settings Press . Tap Menu > Video call settings. In the Still image: drop-down menu, select an image that is displayed if you stop your camera. In the Video screen preference: drop-down menu, select how you want the video feeds to be displayed on the screen. This can also be controlled with the control buttons on the screen. Mark or unmark the More options: checkboxes according to the information you want displayed during a video call. When you are finished, tap OK.
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Contacts
In Contacts you can store information about the people and businesses you communicate with. For each contact you can store phone numbers, e-mail addresses, instant messaging (IM) names, and additional information such as company and home addresses. You can also assign a picture and a ringtone to a contact. Contacts are by default stored in the phone memory, but they can also be stored on the SIM card. For more information on synchronizing contacts with your computer or a Microsoft® Exchange Server, see Synchronizing on page 39.

Using Contacts
You can access your contacts from the Windows® and then tapping the your contacts by pressing (start) menu. You can also access tab.

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To add a contact Tap > Contacts. Tap > Outlook Contact. Tap Add a name and enter the name. If desired, enter the company name. Tap OK. Tap Add more numbers. Select the desired number type, enter the number and tap OK. If desired, tap Add more e-mail/IM and enter e-mail and Instant Messaging addresses. To add a photo of the contact, tap , then select the picture file or tap Camera to take a photo of the contact. To assign a ringtone to the contact, or to add more addresses or additional info, tap Info at the top of the screen. Edit the information and tap OK. When you are finished, tap OK. To search for a contact Tap > Contacts. Tap Enter a name… and enter the first few letters of the contact name. A list of contacts matching the letters appears. Scroll through the list and tap the desired contact.
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To create a group of contacts Tap > Contacts. Tap . Tap Messaging Group if you want to create a group of text or multimedia message recipients, or tap E-mail Group if you want to create a group of e-mail recipients. Enter the name of the group. Tap , tap the desired members of the group and tap Done. Tap OK.
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To call a contact Tap > Contacts. Tap the desired contact. Tap the phone number you want to call. To send a text or multimedia message to a contact or group Tap > Contacts. Tap the desired contact or group. For a contact, tap Send text message and the desired number. For a group of contacts, tap . Edit the message and tap . To send an e-mail message to a contact or group Tap > Contacts. Tap the desired contact or group. For a contact, tap Send e-mail message and the desired address. For a group of contacts, tap . Tap the e-mail account you want to send the message from. Edit the message and tap . To send contact information using SMS Tap > Contacts. Tap the desired contact. Tap > Send Contact > Messages. Mark the checkboxes for the contact information you want to send and tap Done. Enter the recipient's number and tap . To send contact information using Bluetooth™ wireless technology Tap > Contacts. Tap > Select Contacts > Several. Tap the contacts you want to send. Tap > Send Contact > Beam. The phone starts scanning for other Bluetooth™ enabled devices. In the list of devices, tap the device you want to send the contact information to.

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You can save contacts on the SIM card. Due to the limited memory on a SIM card, each SIM contact can only have two phone numbers and one e-mail address.
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Finding company contacts using Microsoft® Exchange Server
In addition to having contacts in your phone, you can access contact information from your organization's Company Directory. Access to the Company Directory is available only if your organization is running Microsoft® Exchange Server 2003 SP2 or higher, and if you have completed your first synchronization with the server. For more information on synchronizing contacts with your computer or a Microsoft® Exchange Server, see Synchronizing on page 39. To find contacts in the Company Directory Synchronize with the Microsoft® Exchange Server if you have not done so previously. Tap > Contacts. Tap > Company Directory. Enter part of or the full contact name and tap Search. The phone connects to the Microsoft® Exchange Server and performs a search. To save a contact from the search result list to the phone, tap the contact, then tap > Save to Contacts.

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Calendar
Your phone has a calendar for managing your time schedule. For information on synchronizing the phone calendar with a Microsoft® Exchange Server or your computer, see Synchronizing on page 39. To open the calendar Press , then tap Calendar.
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Using the calendar
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 To create an appointment Press , then tap Calendar. Tap . Enter a subject. To change the start date, tap the date and edit as desired. Do the same for the start time, end date and end time. If desired, tap Reminder: and set the time interval for the reminder. To select an option for another field, tap the field and select an option. When you are finished, tap OK. To view an appointment Press , then tap Calendar. Tap the desired appointment. To edit an appointment Press , then tap Calendar. Tap the appointment you want to edit. Tap > Edit. Edit the appointment and tap OK. To delete an appointment Press , then tap Calendar. Tap the appointment you want to delete. Tap > Delete. To manage appointment reminders When an appointment reminder appears, tap and select an option.

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Managing meeting requests using Microsoft® Outlook®
If you have set up your phone for synchronization with a Microsoft® Exchange Server, you can send and reply to meeting requests from your phone. Meeting requests that you have received will appear as appointments in your calendar.

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Enter the relevant details in the Subject: and Location: fields. When you are done viewing. When you have finished adding attendees. Use the tabs at the top of the screen to switch between Appointment and Notes. tap and select a response.. Do the same for the start time. Tap the meeting request. If the meeting conflicts with another of your appointments. When you are finished... tap To accept. To respond in another way. tap Reminder: and set the time interval for the reminder. then tap Add Required Attendee… or Add Optional Attendee. Tap .1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 To create and send a meeting request Press . calendar. Select an attendee from the contacts in your phone. To reply to a meeting request Press . To remove an attendee from the list of added attendees. or tap Company Directory to search the Microsoft® Exchange Server for an attendee. tap OK and continue editing the appointment. then tap Messages > Outlook. To select an option for another field. If desired. tap . tap the name of the field and select an option. tap the date and edit as desired. To change the start date. tap View your . such as Status: or Sensitivity:. © Print only for private use. tap OK > Yes to send the meeting request. . To check your availability during the time of the requested meeting. Scheduling Conflict appears at the top of the message. then tap Calendar. use the navigation key to scroll to the attendee you want to remove. end date and end time. An accepted meeting request is automatically added as an appointment in Calendar in your phone. Tap Attendees:. 1 2 3 4 38 This is an Internet version of this publication. then tap > Remove attendee.

com/user. calendar events. 1 2 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 To edit the synchronization settings in Sony Ericsson Sync Tap > Sony Ericsson Sync. using a 2G/3G mobile data or Wi-Fi™ connection. Follow the registration wizard to create a Sony Ericsson Sync account. Tap Save. 39 This is an Internet version of this publication. Tap Edit. Toggle between the two tabs and edit the information needed. Please contact your SyncML service provider for more information on your account settings.com/user. © Print only for private use. . The Sony Ericsson Sync application can be set up to connect to any SyncML™ service.com/user. 1 2 3 To set up Sony Ericsson Sync in your phone Tap > Sony Ericsson Sync. messages and calendar events on your computer as well as in your phone. By connecting wirelessly to a Microsoft® Exchange Server using a 2G/3G mobile data or Wi-Fi™ connection. or you can create one at m. It is possible to synchronize your phone in several different ways.sonyericsson. depending on your preferred service and what content you want to synchronize. Synchronizing using Sony Ericsson Sync You can use the Sony Ericsson Sync application to synchronize contacts.Synchronizing Synchronizing between your phone and computer is an easy and practical way of keeping track of the same contacts. To synchronize using Sony Ericsson Sync Tap > Sony Ericsson Sync. tasks and text messages between your phone and the Sony Ericsson Web site m. You can then access.com/user. edit and add information from any computer with an Internet connection. Tap Save. Synchronization methods You can synchronize your Windows® phone using the following methods: • • • By connecting wirelessly with the Sony Ericsson Sync service to synchronize with your Sony Ericsson account at m. This account can be created and set up from your phone. A Sony Ericsson account is required to access the synchronized information at m. Tap Sync to start the synchronization.sonyericsson. To set up Sony Ericsson Sync for other SyncML services Tap > Sony Ericsson Sync. Tap Edit. Tap Get started.sonyericsson. Toggle between the two tabs and enter the account settings needed.sonyericsson. By connecting locally to Microsoft® ActiveSync® using a USB or Bluetooth™ connection to your Microsoft® Windows® computer.

Follow the on-screen instructions to install the software. • Synchronizing with a Microsoft® Windows® computer using Microsoft® ActiveSync® You can synchronize your e-mail.microsoft. Phone: Connect the phone to the computer using the USB cable that comes with the phone and wait for a few seconds. pictures and Internet favorites with your Microsoft® Windows® based computer by using a USB cable or Bluetooth™ connection. Phone: Connect the phone to the computer using the USB cable that comes with the phone and wait for a few seconds. you need to set up the synchronization software on your computer. Mark the Sync interval checkbox. Follow the instructions below for the version of Microsoft® Windows® you are running on your computer. Tap Save. Follow the on-screen instructions to install the software. contacts. To stop a synchronization in Sony Ericsson Sync During synchronizing. Select a start date for the synchronization and tap Set. To set up a synchronization in Microsoft® Windows Vista® or Microsoft® Windows® 7 Computer: Go to www. Computer: The Windows Mobile® Device Center automatically starts. . © Print only for private use. • 40 This is an Internet version of this publication. Select a start time for the synchronization and tap Set. Computer: A synchronization setup wizard automatically starts and guides you through the creation of a synchronization partnership.microsoft. You can start by visiting this Microsoft® Web site: www. songs.com/getstarted. and the selection of the information types that you want to synchronize. Tap Edit. 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 Synchronizing your phone with Microsoft® Windows® using a USB cable To start synchronizing with your Microsoft® Windows® computer using a USB cable. calendar. To set up a synchronization in Microsoft® Windows® XP Computer: Go to www.microsoft. Microsoft® ActiveSync® 4. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the phone synchronization setup. Before you can synchronize using a USB or Bluetooth™ connection Before you can synchronize using a USB or Bluetooth™ connection.1 2 3 4 5 6 7 To set up a synchronization schedule in Sony Ericsson Sync Tap > Sony Ericsson Sync.com/getstarted to download the latest version of the Microsoft® ActiveSync® application to your computer. follow the instructions for the version of Microsoft® Windows® you are running on your computer. Microsoft® ActiveSync® opens automatically and the synchronization starts. tap Cancel.com/getstarted to download the latest version of the Windows Mobile® Device Center application to your computer. Select a synchronization interval and tap Set.5 or later is required. To synchronize with a Microsoft® Windows® XP computer using a USB cable Connect your phone to the computer using the USB cable.

select it and tap Settings. This allows you to set the download size limit. 1 2 3 4 5 Synchronizing music and video When you connect the phone to a computer using a USB cable. Tap Menu > Options. . Before changing the synchronization settings in your phone. If you are having trouble synchronizing by using Bluetooth™. media content such as music and video may be automatically synchronized depending on how you have set up the synchronization. Synchronizing your phone with Microsoft® Windows® computer using Bluetooth™ To start synchronizing with your Microsoft® Windows® computer using a Bluetooth™ connection. See Bluetooth™ technology on page 50 for more information on how to set up a Bluetooth™ partnership. To conserve battery power. and more. Tap Yes. To set up media synchronization Make sure you have set up the synchronization for the Microsoft® Windows® version running on your computer before progressing.1 2 3 To synchronize with Microsoft® Windows Vista® or Microsoft® Windows® 7 using a USB cable Connect your phone to the computer using the USB cable. You may be required to restart your phone in order for the changes to take effect. To change synchronization settings for an information type. turn off the Bluetooth™ function when it is not needed. Changing which information is synchronized You can change which information to synchronize from your phone. Also make sure you have selected the media items or information types to synchronize. © Print only for private use. Tap Menu > Options. specify the time period of information to download. 1 2 3 4 To change which information is synchronized Tap > ActiveSync. Mark the check boxes for the items you want to synchronize. see Troubleshootingon page 85. the computer must have built-in Bluetooth™ functionality or you must use a Bluetooth™ adapter or dongle together with the computer. you must first set up a Bluetooth™ partnership between your phone and the computer. 1 2 3 Make sure the Bluetooth™ function in both your phone and the computer is turned on and that the devices are set to visible. Tap Delete. Click at the lower left part of the Windows Mobile® Device Center window. To delete a Microsoft® Outlook® account in your phone Tap > ActiveSync. 41 This is an Internet version of this publication. To synchronize your phone with a Microsoft® Windows® computer using Bluetooth™ To synchronize with your computer using Bluetooth™. Select the name of the account that you want to delete. Computer: Select Windows Mobile Device Center from the start menu. You can also delete a Microsoft® Outlook® account from your phone. Tap > ActiveSync. make sure it is disconnected from the computer. Tap Menu > Connect via Bluetooth.

to synchronize with company e-mails calendars and contacts. Computer: Start Windows Media® Player. you must change the existing local synchronization setup in Microsoft® ActiveSync® in your phone. then tap Next. © Print only for private use. your company or organization must have an e-mail server that is running Microsoft® Exchange Server with Microsoft® Exchange ActiveSync®. . Select the media files you want to synchronize between the computer and your phone. you need to set up a Microsoft® Exchange Server connection in your phone. In the Server address box. 1 2 3 4 5 Synchronizing wirelessly with a Microsoft® Exchange Server By using a Wi-Fi™ connection or a 2G/3G mobile data connection you can synchronize wirelessly with a Microsoft® Exchange Server. download and install Windows Media® Player version 10 or later from www. enter the Microsoft® Exchange Server name. then tap Next. Certain versions of Windows Media® Player might require you to configure the media synchronization setup further. See the help section for your version of Windows Media® Player for more information. Click to start the synchronization to synchronize the media files with your phone. To set up a Microsoft® Exchange Server connection Perform these steps only if you have not previously synchronized your e-mails. calendars or contacts. Detailed instructions may differ for your version of Windows Media® Player. or access information from. 42 This is an Internet version of this publication. Mark the checkbox if you want to save your password and synchronize automatically. then tap Next. In the Your e-mail provider list. See the help section for your version of Windows Media® Player for more information. Tap Finish. a Microsoft® Exchange Server.1 2 3 Computer: If not already installed. Make sure the e-mail address is correct. Click to show the synchronization view of Windows Media® Player. If prompted.com. follow any on-screen instructions to continue the media synchronization setup. The memory card of your phone is displayed in the right pane of Windows Media® Player. Start Windows Media® Player. Your phone automatically starts the synchronization.microsoft. Setting up a Microsoft® Exchange Server connection Before you can start to synchronize with. Unmark the Try to get e-mail settings automatically from the Internet check box. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Tap > E-mail > Setup E-mail. Enter your user name. then tap Next. You must also change what types of information to synchronize before you can synchronize wirelessly with a Microsoft® Exchange Server. password and domain. and drag them to the synchronization pane to the right. Connect the phone to the computer using the USB cable that comes with the phone and wait for a few seconds. To synchronize music and video Connect your phone to the computer using the USB cable that comes with the phone and wait for a few seconds. Enter your e-mail address and tap Next. Mark the check boxes for the types of information items that you want to synchronize with the Microsoft® Exchange Server. select Exchange server. To be able to synchronize wirelessly with a Microsoft® Exchange Server. for example. You may need the following information from your network administrator: • • • Microsoft® Exchange Server name (must be the Microsoft® Outlook® Web access server name) Domain name User name and password that you use at work If you have synchronized e-mail messages with your computer before. then tap Next. Tap Next again.

Frequent updates may be costly. you can use this connection to the computer to access the network and download Microsoft® Outlook® e-mails and other information to your phone. Tap Menu > Add Server Source . 1 2 3 4 To enable Direct Push Tap > ActiveSync. If you connect your phone to an office computer using a USB or Bluetooth™ connection. This is an alternative to 43 This is an Internet version of this publication. Tap OK. Starting a Microsoft® Exchange Server synchronization in your phone Before you start synchronizing with a Microsoft® Exchange Server. When both the GPRS and Wi-Fi™ connections are turned on at the same time. Enter your e-mail address and tap Next. You also need to perform a full synchronization between your phone and the Microsoft® Exchange Server before the Direct Push feature can be enabled. calendars or contacts by using a Bluetooth™ wireless technology connection or a USB connection to a Microsoft® Windows® computer. Enter your user name. Tap Finish. Tap Menu > Options. In the Peak times and Off-peak times boxes. select As items arrive. Setting up scheduled synchronizations with a Microsoft® Exchange Server Scheduled synchronization allows you to set specific times for when your phone should connect and synchronize with the Microsoft® Exchange Server. password and domain. 1 2 To start a wireless Microsoft® Exchange Server synchronization manually Tap > ActiveSync. then tap Next. the Direct Push feature will always use the Wi-Fi™ to download information. Automatic synchronizations with a Microsoft® Exchange Server using Direct Push You can use Direct Push technology to receive new e-mail messages in your phone as soon as they arrive in your inbox on the Microsoft® Exchange Server. enter the Microsoft® Exchange Server name. Tap Sync. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Tap > ActiveSync. © Print only for private use. then mark the E-mail check box under the Microsoft Exchange sync content list. calendar entries and tasks. This feature also works for items such as contacts. The Direct Push feature works for your phone only if your company is using Microsoft® Exchange Server 2003 Service Pack 2 (SP2) with Microsoft® Exchange ActiveSync®. You need a GPRS mobile data connection or a Wi-Fi™ connection in your phone to make Direct Push work. . Repeat for all other synchronization items that you want to synchronize wirelessly with a Microsoft® Exchange Server. Your phone automatically starts synchronization when you finish setting up a Microsoft® Exchange Server connection. Tap Menu > Schedule.To change an existing local synchronization setup Perform these steps only if you have previously synchronized your e-mails. Clear the E-mail check box under the Windows PC sync content list. make sure your phone has been set up with a data connection to the Internet or a Wi-Fi™ connection so that you can synchronize wirelessly. Tap OK. In the Server address box. then tap Next.

Tap Yes. . Tap Delete. Tap Menu > Options. specify the time period of information to download. Tap OK. tap Peak times at the bottom of the screen. With scheduled synchronizations you can set a regular schedule for synchronizing Microsoft® Outlook® e-mails and other information. To delete a Microsoft® Outlook® account in your phone Tap > ActiveSync. make sure it is disconnected from the computer. This allows you to set the download size limit. You can set how often to synchronize during peak times (which usually refer to your working hours) when the e-mail volume is high. Before changing the synchronization settings in your phone. and more. Tap Menu > Schedule. Mark the check boxes for the items you want to synchronize. 1 2 3 4 To change which information is synchronized Tap > ActiveSync. Tap Menu > Options. select the time intervals you want. To change synchronization settings for an information type. where all changes and new items are immediately pushed from your phone to a computer and from the computer to your phone. Select the name of the account that you want to delete. © Print only for private use.Direct Push. In the Peak times and Off-peak times drop-down lists. You may be required to restart your phone in order for the changes to take effect. as well as during off-peak times when the e-mail volume is low. To set the days and hours that make up your peak and off-peak times. select it and tap Settings. 1 2 3 4 Changing which information is synchronized You can change which information to synchronize from your phone. 1 2 3 4 5 44 This is an Internet version of this publication. To set up scheduled synchronizations with a Microsoft® Exchange Server Tap > ActiveSync. You can also delete a Microsoft® Outlook® account from your phone.

To send multimedia messages. To select if the messages should be displayed in threaded or non-threaded view. If your subscription includes MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service). multimedia messages (sent via MMS). Tap Messages > SMS/MMS. e-mails and Windows™ Live instant messages with your phone. tap the left drop-down box in the upper part of the screen. To insert a picture. Longer messages are concatenated and sent as multiple messages. Using Threaded View. SMS and MMS Before using SMS and MMS You can send and receive text messages with your phone using SMS (Short Message Service). then tap the desired folder. then tap Threaded View or Non-Threaded View. or tap To: to add recipients from Contacts.Messaging You can send and receive text messages (sent via SMS). (new text message) or (new 45 This is an Internet version of this publication. Tap . Tap the text area and enter your text. © Print only for private use. For more information on entering text. see Entering text on page 16. multimedia message) appears in the status bar. You are charged for each of the messages sent. You can also view e-mail message folders. . When you receive a new text or multimedia message. tap . for example. To select which message folder to view. you can also send and receive multimedia messages that contain media files. Tap or Send. You can also create a text or multimedia message from the Text application in the menu. video or audio file. pictures and videos. Tap the desired message. A single text message may contain up to 160 characters. Using SMS and MMS 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 To create and send a text or multimedia message Press . See Internet and messaging settings on page 15. Enter the recipient phone numbers or (for multimedia messages only) e-mail addresses manually. 1 2 3 To view a text or multimedia message Press . 1 2 3 To change the message view Tap > Text. you need the correct MMS settings in your phone. the messages are grouped in conversations. Tap Messages > SMS/MMS. tap > Insert and select an option. where each conversation contains all messages to and from one recipient.

Tap the left or right arrow repeatedly to scroll to the Accounts tab. Tap Signatures…. E-mail You can use your phone to send and receive e-mails through most common e-mail accounts. 1 2 3 4 5 6 To reply to a text or multimedia message Press . Tap the Messages account. you should only download multimedia messages automatically when you are connected to your home network. Tap Messages > SMS/MMS. © Print only for private use.1 2 3 4 5 6 To save a received multimedia message attachment Press . You can set up most common e-mail accounts that are Web-based or 46 This is an Internet version of this publication. First. Tap > Select messages > Several. tap Menu > View Objects. you can start editing your reply as soon as you have opened the conversation. To change the download settings for received multimedia messages Tap > Text. The phone connects to the Internet when downloading multimedia messages. Tap > Tools > Options…. In threaded message view. Enter your signature and tap OK. Tap > MMS settings > the Receiving Options tab. Tap or Menu. Tap > Delete. Tap the messages you want to delete. Tap Reply/Forward. you need to set up at least one e-mail account in your phone. When the message is shown. tap . To minimize data costs. then tap Reply or Reply all. Tap the desired message. Tap the desired message. then mark the checkbox Use signature with this account. you need the correct Internet settings in the phone. Select a location and tap Save. Tap Messages > SMS/MMS. Edit your reply and tap . 1 2 3 4 To delete text and multimedia messages Tap > Text. See Internet and messaging settings on page 15. 1 2 3 1 2 3 4 5 6 To add a signature for outgoing text and multimedia messages Tap > Text. . Setting up e-mail Before you can send and receive e-mail. Select an option for Home Reception: and Roaming Reception: respectively. then tap Save or Save All. SMS and MMS settings You can change some of the settings for sending and receiving text and multimedia messages. Tap Menu. To hide the on-screen keyboard.

1 2 To read a received e-mail message Press . Tap and hold the desired attachment. then tap 1 2 . Tap Next. mark the Save password checkbox. and. 47 This is an Internet version of this publication. Cc: or Bcc: and add an address from Contacts. if desired. Mark the Try to get e-mail settings automatically from the Internet checkbox. Enter the recipients' addresses manually. Tap the text area and enter the message text. Enter your reply. then tap . you need to enter the settings manually. Enter the name you want displayed on outgoing messages and an account name. 1 2 3 4 5 6 Using e-mail 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 To create and send an e-mail message Press . Tap . To hide the on-screen keyboard. To check for new e-mail messages Press . Select a time interval for Automatic Send/Receive:. For information on how to set up a Microsoft® Exchange Server e-mail account in your phone. then tap Messages. see Setting up a Microsoft® Exchange Server connection on page 42. tap . then tap Messages. If the phone cannot download your e-mail account settings automatically. Tap an e-mail account. or tap To:. Tap . then tap Messages. To save a received e-mail message attachment Press . To add an attachment. then tap Save as…. 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 To reply to an e-mail message Press . then tap Finish. Enter a name. then tap the desired message. You can also set up one Microsoft® Exchange Server e-mail account. then tap Messages. then tap the message you want to reply to. Tap the e-mail account you want to send from. Tap . then tap Next. Enter the subject. Tap an e-mail account. . Tap an e-mail account. then tap Messages. Contact your e-mail service provider for the correct e-mail account settings. select a location. then tap the desired message. then tap Next. Enter your e-mail address and password. then tap Messages. © Print only for private use. To set up an e-mail account of a common type Press . then tap Reply or Reply all. Tap the desired e-mail account.provided by an ISP (Internet Service provider). tap > Insert and select an option. Tap > Reply/Forward. and tap Save.

Enter the first characters of the sender name or message subject that you want to look for. If desired. . Tap > Reply/Forward > Forward. If desired. then change the available settings.1 2 3 4 5 To forward an e-mail message Press . you can manage e-mail folders and messages. Tap the e-mail account and folder that you want to open. Enter your signature and tap OK. tap an account or tap Signatures…. tap OK. To access e-mail tools Tap > E-mail. Tap the left or right arrow repeatedly to scroll to the Accounts tab. then tap the message you want to forward. Tap > Tools. change the settings for using contacts' addresses. Bcc: or Cc: and add an address from Contacts. Tap > Delete. it appears in the filtered list. Enter the recipients' addresses manually. then tap Messages. You can also change settings for messages and accounts. then tap the message you want to delete. To search for an e-mail message Tap > E-mail. 1 2 3 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 48 This is an Internet version of this publication. Tap Signatures…. © Print only for private use. If desired. Scroll to the Address tab. Tap the right arrow at the top of the screen to scroll to the Accounts tab. Use the navigation key to scroll to an existing e-mail account. change the settings for messages. To confirm. Tap Menu > Options. Tap an e-mail account. Tap an existing e-mail account. If desired. then tap . or tap To:. Select the desired e-mail account. Tap > Tools > Options…. change the settings for message storage and automatic deletion of messages. To add a signature to outgoing e-mail messages Tap > E-mail. Tap Menu > Delete. Tap an e-mail account. Scroll to the Storage tab. Scroll to the Messages tab. To delete an e-mail message Press . 1 2 3 1 2 3 E-mail tools With the Tools menu in the E-mail application. then mark the checkbox Use signature with this account. then tap Messages. If the message you are looking for is in the selected folder. Edit the message. To change e-mail settings Tap > E-mail. To delete an e-mail account from your phone Tap > E-mail.

For more information. by which you can digitally sign and encrypt your messages. you can benefit from enhanced e-mail functionality. then tap Send IM. Tap > Tools > Out of Office…. To set up Windows Live™ Messenger in your phone Tap > Messenger. Select additional options and tap Search.Microsoft® Exchange Server features If you have set up a Microsoft® Exchange Server e-mail account in your phone. To flag or unflag a message Tap > E-mail > Outlook E-mail. 1 2 3 4 To search for Microsoft® Exchange Server e-mail messages Tap > E-mail > Outlook E-mail. You can also protect your e-mail messages by sending messages with restricted permissions using Information Rights Management (IRM). please contact your Microsoft® Exchange Server administrator. In the I am currently: drop-down box. 1 2 1 2 3 4 • 49 This is an Internet version of this publication. To sign out from Windows Live™ Messenger Tap > Messenger > Menu > Sign out. In the Look for: text box. Tap Done. Enter your auto-reply message. tap Sign in. If you have not signed in yet. Tap the message you want to flag or unflag. Windows Live™ Messenger You can communicate online using Windows Live™ Messenger and your existing Windows Live™ ID. Tap > Follow up and select an option. © Print only for private use. Select a contact who is online. then tap Send. . Which features you have access to depends on the version of Microsoft® Exchange Server your service provider uses. Enter your message. To send Out-of-Office auto-reply messages Tap > E-mail > Outlook E-mail. select Out of the Office. enter the search keyword. Tap > Tools > Search Server…. Tap Sign in and follow the instructions in your phone. To send an instant message using Windows Live™ Messenger Tap > Messenger. 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 E-mail security Windows Mobile® in your phone allows protection of your Microsoft® Outlook® e-mails through Secure/Multipurpose Internet Mail Extension (S/MIME) technology. E-mail message reminders are displayed in your phone if the messages are flagged with reminders and synchronized from the Microsoft® Exchange Server.

You can neither send nor receive information over a Bluetooth™ link. By default. Enter the same passcode that was entered on the device requesting the partnership.Getting connected Bluetooth™ technology The Bluetooth™ function creates a wireless connection to other Bluetooth™ devices. then tap Next. When the receiving party has entered the same passcode that you specified. • 1 2 3 To turn on Bluetooth™ functionality and make your phone visible Tap > Settings > Bluetooth™. mark Turn on Bluetooth and Make this device visible to other devices check boxes. Wait for the paired device to accept the partnership. there is no need to re-enter it again. Tap the desired device in the list. Tap Yes when prompted to establish a partnership with the other device. Tap OK. 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 To accept a Bluetooth™ partnership Check that Bluetooth™ functionality is turned on and your phone is in visible mode. handsfree devices. . The next time you turn on your phone. Turn off Bluetooth™ functionality when not in use to conserve battery power. such as onboard an aircraft or in hospitals. Visible – Bluetooth™ functionality is turned on. To create a Bluetooth™ partnership Tap > Settings > Bluetooth. © Print only for private use. A range within 10 metres (33 feet). On the Devices tab. Creating a Bluetooth™ partnership between two devices is a one-time process. with no solid objects in between. tap Add new device. 50 This is an Internet version of this publication. or in places where using a wireless device is prohibited. Once a partnership is created. Bluetooth™ partnership A Bluetooth™ partnership is a relationship you create between your phone and another Bluetooth™ enabled device in order to exchange information in a secure manner. Off – Bluetooth™ functionality is turned off. you need to activate Bluetooth™ functionality. the name of the paired device is displayed in your phone. When you are notified that the partnership has been established. Your phone searches for other Bluetooth™ enabled devices and displays them in the box. the devices recognize each other automatically when they are close enough and have the Bluetooth™ function on. is recommended. and other Bluetooth™ enabled devices can detect your phone. Specify a passcode (1 to 16 characters) to establish a secure connection. for example. tap Done. Your phone can detect other Bluetooth™ enabled devices. On the Mode tab. Bluetooth™ functionality will be on. Once you have entered a passcode. then tap Next. Bluetooth™ modes The Bluetooth™ functionality in your phone can be set in different modes: • • On – Bluetooth™ functionality is turned on. then tap Next. To have it turned on by default. You can now exchange information with the paired device in a secure manner. then turn off your phone. Bluetooth™ functionality is turned off.

8888. calendar items. and that the headset is set to visible. On the Devices tab. If your computer does not have built-in Bluetooth™ capability. Tap Save. If your headset is a stereo headset. Tap Save. Tap Edit and change the name. © Print only for private use. as well as files from your phone to your computer or to another Bluetooth™-enabled device. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Beaming information using a Bluetooth™ connection You can beam information. Tap Done. 51 This is an Internet version of this publication. Your phone searches for other Bluetooth™ enabled devices and displays them in the box. and tasks. Tap the name of the Bluetooth™ headset. Your phone also supports A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile). To delete a Bluetooth™ partnership Tap and hold the name of the partnership on the Devices tab in the Bluetooth™ settings view. If this fails. Tap Yes. such as contacts. Tap Delete. also check that Wireless Stereo is marked. See the headset documentation to find out how to set the headset to visible mode. Tap > Settings > Bluetooth. 1111. When the Bluetooth™ stereo headset is connected. the headset icon appears on the title bar.1 2 3 To rename a Bluetooth™ partnership Tap and hold the name of the partnership on the Devices tab in the Bluetooth™ settings view. then check that the Hands Free checkbox is marked. you need to connect a Bluetooth™ adapter or dongle to your computer. 1 2 3 Connecting a Bluetooth™ handsfree or stereo headset For handsfree phone conversations. Windows Mobile® automatically uses the preconfigured passcodes (0000. Tap the name of the Bluetooth™ headset. you have to manually enter the passcode delivered with your headset. tap Add new device. To connect a Bluetooth™ handsfree or stereo headset Check that both your phone and the Bluetooth™ headset are turned on and within close range. Your phone automatically pairs with the Bluetooth™ headset. you can use a Bluetooth™ handsfree headset such as a car kit with your phone. 1234) when trying to pair the Bluetooth™ headset with your phone. . Make sure the Receive all incoming beams check box is marked. then tap Next. 1 2 To receive all incoming beams in your phone Tap > Settings > Connections > Beam. which means you can use a Bluetooth™ stereo headset for handsfree phone conversations and for listening to music. Tap Advanced.

select File > Import and Export in Microsoft® Outlook® to import it. select File > Import and Export in Microsoft® Outlook® to import it. From the detailed view of a calendar event or task. On each screen. The default folder on your computer where beamed items are stored may be C:\Documents and Settings\your_username\My Documents in Microsoft® Windows® XP or C:\Users \your_username\My Documents in Microsoft® Windows Vista®. Computer: If the contact is not automatically added to Microsoft® Outlook®. you need to set your phone to visible and create a Bluetooth™ partnership with the computer. Wait for the list of surrounding Bluetooth™ devices to be filled. Hot spots – usually unprotected. you need to set your phone to visible and create a Bluetooth™ partnership with the computer. You can connect at home (personal networks) or in public access zones (hot spots). but often require you to log on to the operator's service before you get Internet access. select a contact to beam. To connect to a Wi-Fi™ network Tap > Settings > Connections > Wi-Fi. • • Personal networks – usually protected. Select a file to beam in the File Explorer of your phone. Also. 1 2 3 4 To beam a file to a computer Before you can begin to beam information make sure to turn on Bluetooth™ functionality in your phone. then tap the name of the device to which you want to beam. then tap the name of the device to which you want to beam. The default folder on your computer where beamed items are stored may be C:\Documents and Settings\your_username\My Documents in Microsoft® Windows® XP or C:\Users \your_username\My Documents in Microsoft® Windows Vista®. tap > Beam…. tap Finish. you need to set your phone to visible and create a Bluetooth™ partnership with the computer. 1 2 3 4 5 To beam a calender.1 2 3 4 5 To beam a contact to a computer Before you can begin to beam information make sure to turn on Bluetooth™ functionality in your phone. tap > Beam…. check the information displayed and change if necessary. The default folder on your computer where beamed items are stored may be C:\Documents and Settings\your_username\My Documents in Microsoft® Windows® XP or C:\Users \your_username\My Documents in Microsoft® Windows Vista®. . Tap > Send Contact > Beam. or tap Add New to enter the name of a network not found in the list. Wi-Fi™ You can connect your phone to a wireless network to access the Internet. Also. Computer: If the a calendar item or task is not automatically added to Microsoft® Outlook®. Tap the network you want to connect to. From the detailed view of a calendar event or task. On the last screen. tap a calendar event or task to beam. A number of screens will follow. 1 2 3 4 5 52 This is an Internet version of this publication. Wait for the surrounding Bluetooth™ devices to be discovered. © Print only for private use. event or a task to a computer Before you can begin to beam information make sure to turn on Bluetooth™ functionality in your phone. then tap Next. then tap the name of the device to which you want to beam. A pass phrase or a key is required from the owner. Also. Tap Search for networks. Wait for the surrounding Bluetooth™ devices to be discovered. In your phone. In your phone.

For more information on how to connect to a Bluetooth™ personal area network (PAN) from your computer. © Print only for private use. Before you can use your phone as a USB modem you need to set up Windows Mobile® Device Center (part of Microsoft® Windows Vista®) or Microsoft® ActiveSync® (for Microsoft® Windows® XP) version 4. You can use a USB cable or a Bluetooth™ link to connect to the computer. connect to the Bluetooth personal area network (PAN). select USB. Mark or unmark the Wi-Fi checkbox to turn the function on or off. In the PC Connection list. Tap Connect. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 To activate Internet Sharing and set up a PAN Phone: Turn on Bluetooth™ functionality in your phone and set it to visible. 1 2 3 Wi-Fi™ status icons For a list of Wi-Fi™ status icons that may appear on your screen.5 or later on the computer. Connect the USB cable between your phone and the computer. Using your phone as a Bluetooth™ modem You can connect your phone to a computer using a Bluetooth™ link and use the phone as a modem for the computer. see Status icons on page 10. To change Wi-Fi™ settings Tap > Settings > Connections > Wi-Fi. Also check that your phone has a GPRS or phone dial-up modem connection. In the Network Connection list. Before using Internet sharing. In the PC Connection list.1 2 To turn Wi-Fi™ on and off Tap > Settings > Communication Manager. Tap Connect. Computer: From your computer's Bluetooth application interface. select the name of the connection your phone uses to connect to the Internet. Tap > Internet Sharing. you need to connect a Bluetooth™ adapter or dongle. Select a network. select the name of the connection that your phone uses to connect to the Internet. To use your phone as a USB modem. In the Network Connection list. respectively. select Bluetooth PAN. . then set up a Bluetooth™ Personal Area Network (PAN) between the computer and your phone. Create a Bluetooth™ partnership from your phone to a computer. check Status to verify that the computer has been successfully connected to the Internet using your phone as a Bluetooth™ modem. Enter new settings and tap Next > Next > Finish. disconnect from Windows Mobile® Device Center or Microsoft® ActiveSync® on the computer. you must activate Internet Sharing in your phone. If there is no built-in Bluetooth™ capability in the computer. Your phone then functions as a modem. Phone: On the Internet Sharing screen. you can use the USB cable that comes with your phone. 1 2 3 4 5 To set up your phone as a USB modem Tap > Internet Sharing. see the documentation of your computer or Bluetooth™ software. For a computer to use the Internet connection of your phone. Internet sharing Internet sharing connects a computer to the Internet by using your phone's mobile connection. 53 This is an Internet version of this publication.

and set the type of TV out signal. You can also play music from your phone through the TV using the TV out cable connection. © Print only for private use. TV out You can view your phone display on a TV.• To end the Internet connection Tap Disconnect on the Internet sharing screen. DRM protected movies stored on your phone can not be viewed on a TV or LCD monitor. Your phone connects to the TV. To view photos and videos on a TV 1 2 3 4 Connect the TV out cable to the TV. videos and any other material stored in your phone on a larger screen. This way you can play music while you browse your pictures on the TV. Press and tap Media to find your photos and videos. This way you can show pictures. even if the TV out cable is connected. LCD monitor or video projector through a dedicated TV out cable. Connect the TV out cable to the phone. LCD monitor or a video projector. TV out view settings In the TV output mode settings you can change the display mode for the TV out signal. You can also turn off the TV out view. . Tap to view the full width of your phone screen on the TV. Your phone's TV out function supports two display modes on external TV devices. 54 This is an Internet version of this publication.

select a TV output signal type from the drop-down list. The following signal types are available: NTSC: TV signal type used in the majority of countries using the NTSC standard. To change the TV out signal type Tap > Settings > System > TV output. select a TV out screen mode. In the Signal type tab. • Scale: Output is scaled to show the full width of your phone screen. music. You can also adjust the TV out signal type from your phone. to fit your TV set. To change the TV out screen mode Tap > Settings > System > TV output.• Crop: Output is cropped to use the full height of your TV. . In the Screen mode tab. NTSC-J: TV signal type used in Japan. 55 This is an Internet version of this publication. The content displayed on the screen is framed by black bars on the top and bottom. The content of these other devices is also available for shared access. select Turn off. © Print only for private use. In the Screen mode tab. PAL B/G/D/K/I: TV signal type used in the majority of countries using the PAL standard. PAL-M: TV signal type used in Brazil. view and play video. Other devices on your home network that have enabled media server functionality can access. • • • • • 1 2 1 2 1 2 Media server Your phone has built-in media server functionality that establishes a Wi-Fi™ connection to your home network. To disable the TV out mode Tap > Settings > System > TV output. PAL-Nc: TV signal type used in Argentina. and images saved in your phone or on your SD Card. The image occupies the whole display area of the screen.

music and images for sharing and viewing on a Wi-Fi™ network. Tap the checkbox to turn on the Media server. TV. Select a favourite network from the list. or another phone with media server sharing functionality. Other devices which are enabled to remote play on the media server can play media from the media servers on the network. and you will not be asked to enter any settings.A compatible device can be. The Media server runs in the background. Tap the check box to turn on Wi-Fi. Wi-Fi must be turned on and your phone must be connected to a favourite network. camera. a computer. for example. Other devices on your Wi-Fi™ network that are compatible with media servers can now remote play content from your phone. 1 2 3 4 56 This is an Internet version of this publication. © Print only for private use. . To set the phone as a media server Tap > Settings > Connections > Communication Manager. PLAYSTATION®3. Using the media server A media server exposes video.

text or multimedia message. tap . • History – View a list of recently visited Web sites. and much more. watch online streamed content or play games. To access the Internet using a Wi-Fi™ connection you need to be in range of a Wi-Fi™ network. tap . Tap .Web browser The Web browser in your phone is Microsoft® Internet Explorer® Mobile 6. Tap the text field and enter a search term. To exit the browser In the browser. • View – Change the way you view Web pages. • Copy/Paste – Copy text and paste it in a desired destination. 57 This is an Internet version of this publication. In the list. . To go to a Web page In the browser. See Internet and messaging settings on page 15 for more information on how to set up a 2G/3G mobile data connection. or in a single-column to avoid side-to-side scrolling. such as an e-mail. Go back to the previous page Choose from a list of sub options: • Home page – Go to your start page. and granted access by the network administrator. • Tools – Send a link to a friend. 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 Menu options These are the main menu options available: Manage your favorite Web sites Select which language you want to use when you enter text. Tap the text field and enter the Web address. © Print only for private use. • Refresh – Reload the current Web page. you need a phone subscription that includes data transmission and settings to use a 2G/3G mobile data connection. Browsing the Web • To open the browser Tap > Internet Explorer. or using a 2G/ 3G mobile data connection. tap . See Wi-Fi™ on page 52 for more information on how to connect to a Wi-Fi™ network. The Web sites can be viewed in full-screen. change your home page or change security settings. and change your keyboard settings (see Entering text on page 16). Before browsing the Web Your phone allows you to access the Internet using a Wi-Fi™ connection. find and tap Search for. Tap . To search for a Web page In the browser. To access the Internet with your phone using a 2G/3G mobile data connection. Tap Exit. You can use the browser to visit Web sites.

Edit the name or address. To go to a favorite Web page In the browser. 1 2 3 4 5 .Select the language you prefer to use when you read Web pages. you can change the way you view Web pages: • • • • Text size . as desired. • Other – Enable playing sounds or show pictures. or change the destination folder. Tap Tools > Options > Home page. Tap Use current. 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 . • Privacy and Security – Change settings for scripts. Tap OK. tap Tap . Zooming To zoom in and out on a Web page When you are viewing a Web page.Select the text size. Properties – View information about the current Web page. cookies and unsecured pages. Desktop – Keep the same layout and size as a desktop computer. tap . To change your home page When you are viewing the Web page you want to use as your home page. Tap OK. 58 This is an Internet version of this publication. Select an option. Mobile – Adjust the layout to the screen. View options From the View menu. Select View. . tap Tap . • Languages .• To view menu options Tap . tap . To add a Web page to favorites When you are viewing the Web page. Tools options The Tools menu contains the following options: • • • Send Link – Use one of the listed methods to send the current Web page link to a friend. Options – Change browser settings: • Home page – Set the start page for the browser. then tap Tap a favorite in the list. To change the Web page display When you are viewing a Web page. Tap . 1 2 3 4 . This makes items smaller and arranges the page so you can see most of it without having to scroll horizontally. This requires both horizontal and vertical scrolling. cookies and the browsing history. • Browsing History – Delete temporary files. Drag the zoom control bar up or down to zoom in or out. 1 2 Managing favorites You can create and edit quick links to your favorite Web pages. tap . © Print only for private use. Enable ActiveX Controls – Enable interactive Web pages via ActiveX. Tap .

tap . To clear browsing history In the browser. 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 5 Accessing other functions when browsing While you are browsing the Web. Tap . Tap History. Tap . © Print only for private use. tap Delete. To browse previously visited Web pages In the browser. Tap . Messaging and Media. press . To go back to browsing. . as desired. Tap . To delete a favorite Web page In the browser. tap . then tap . Edit the name or address. or change the destination folder. Enter the name of the folder to organize your Web pages. To edit a favorite Web page When you are viewing the Web page. Tap OK. tap . you can switch to other applications or functions such as Calling. then tap . Tap . Select an option. When a menu is displayed. Select Tools > Options > Browsing History. Tap and hold the favorite you want to remove. To access other functions when browsing Tap . Tap OK. tap . • 1 2 59 This is an Internet version of this publication. To make a call when browsing Press . 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 History pages You can view and go to Web pages you have previously visited. Tap a page in the list.1 2 3 4 To create a folder for your favorite Web pages In the browser. Select Clear. tap . Tap .

books and much more from Windows® Marketplace. Help texts are available for most games. PlayNow™ With the PlayNow™ service you can download new panels. You can also download games from. press . 1 2 Games Your phone comes with a number of preloaded games. most popular downloads.zip.com. • • To access PlayNow™ To access PlayNow™ from SlideView. applications. Windows® Marketplace You can download applications. Connect your phone to the computer with a USB cable. such as . You can preview content before you purchase and download it to your phone. 1 2 3 4 5 • 60 This is an Internet version of this publication. Read any installation instructions or documentation that comes with the application. for example. • Managing applications You can install additional applications on your phone. games. . To install an application Download the application to the computer. or check out the latest applications.cab format then copy the file to your phone and tap the file from your phone to start installation. To open Windows® Marketplace Tap > Marketplace. If it is of . then select PlayNow. This service is not available in all countries. To close an application Tap in any application window to close the application.Applications and content You can use the PlayNow™ service and Windows® Marketplace to download applications and games to your phone. but you cannot remove applications that come with the phone.sonyericsson. © Print only for private use. but they must be compatible with Windows Mobile® version 6. select > PlayNow. Windows® Marketplace and the PlayNow™ service can be found in the Windows® main menu. first extract the file. If you are asked to install Windows® Marketplace.3. To play a game Tap > Games.exe format) to start the installation. wap. tap Yes. Many applications provide special installation instructions. Browse by category. If the application file is in compressed format. games and other content. To access PlayNow™ from the Start menu. It is possible to remove the applications that you have installed.5. Double-click the application file (usually of .

Silent on roaming – Enable or disable silent retrieval of licenses. You might not be able to copy. distribution tracking. for example. you might not be able to use such content after you have reset all DRM data. you can change your DRM settings: • Distribution tracking – Enable or disable distribution tracking. games or applications. The retrieval of licences while you are roaming might incur additional data costs. for example. user habits and service registration information. If you are unsure about these costs we recommend you to unmark the Silent on roaming checkbox. DRM Settings From the DRM menu. Clear DRM preferences – Stop the collection of information on how you use your DRM protected content by clearing DRM preferences data. tap Yes again. Enabling this option means that you will not be alerted when a license is retrieved. If you have bought DRM protected content. license consumption information. Reset DRM – Clear all DRM data. .1 2 3 To remove an application Tap > Settings > System > Remove Programs. If another confirmation message appears. for example. send or transfer copyright-protected items. In the Programs in storage memory list. If you enable distribution tracking. such as licenses. © Print only for private use. may be copyright-protected by DRM (Digital Rights Management). it means that you allow the service provider to keep track of how downloaded DRM protected content is distributed to others. select the program you want to remove and tap Remove. applications. You need to buy or renew a license to be able to use them. Tap Reset DRM. • • • 1 2 To reset your DRM data Tap > Settings > System > DRM. 61 This is an Internet version of this publication. Tap Yes. Copyright-protected content Some listed items or content that you want to access. music. games or music albums. via e-mail or multimedia messages.

Media You can use Media in SlideView to browse and manage media files such as photos. you can copy them to your phone from a computer. © Print only for private use. To open Media 1 2 Press to open SlideView. see Transferring content on page 80. then touch and hold the photo and rotate it. Zoom in. Tap Media. You can tap again to hide it. Tap a photo to open it. they have to be placed in the My Documents folder in the phone memory or on the memory card. it snaps to the nearest 90 degree angle Go back to the previous menu Go to the previous photo Delete the photo Start a slideshow of the photos in the current folder Go to the next photo 62 This is an Internet version of this publication. Tap a category to view its content. Camera photo files on the memory card are stored under \Storage Card\DCIM\100XPRIA. Use the stylus to pan the photo Rotate. For more information on how to transfer files from your computer. You can take photos with the phone camera or receive them from other devices. . Photo viewer toolbar The toolbar is available when a photo is opened. for example. music and videos. Photos You can use Pictures in Media to view your photos. Select . You can use File Explorer to verify where files are placed. Tap Media > Pictures. The photos are sorted into two categories: • • • • • • Camera album – Photos taken by the camera. Pictures – Photos that were not taken by the camera. For media files to appear in Media in SlideView. For non-camera photo files in the phone memory to appear under Media in SlideView they have to be placed in \My Device\My Documents\My Pictures. 1 2 3 4 To view a photo Press to open SlideView. For non-camera photo files on the memory card to appear under Media in SlideView they have to be placed in \Storage Card\My Pictures. Camera photo files in the phone memory are stored under \My Device\My Documents\My Pictures\Camera\100XPRIA. You can tap the photo to view the toolbar. When you release the photo. From here you can also access the FM radio. You can transfer content to and from the memory card in your phone.

Tap the drop-down box in the top left of the screen. Browse to the photo file. see Transferring content on page 80. © Print only for private use. You can use your computer to transfer content to and from the memory card in your phone. For more information on how to transfer files from your computer. Select a contact. Tap Menu > Save to Contact…. they have to be placed on the memory card under \Storage Card or in the phone memory under \My Device\My Documents\My Music. You can use your computer to transfer content to and from the memory card in your phone. Tap the drop-down box in the top left of the screen. To send a photo Tap > Pictures & Videos. send or use your photos as background or contact photos. Browse to the photo file. Highlight the photo file. Tap the drop-down box in the top left of the screen. Browse to the photo file.Working with photos You can delete. If you want. see Transferring content on page 80. To send a photo using Bluetooth™ wireless technology Tap > Pictures & Videos. Select one of the available transfer methods. Tap the drop-down box in the top left of the screen. Tap Menu > Send…. Follow the instructions on the screen. To delete a photo Tap > Pictures & Videos. . Highlight the photo file. Highlight the photo file. Highlight the photo file. select a transparency level. Highlight the photo file. 63 This is an Internet version of this publication. To use a photo as MS Today panel background Tap > Pictures & Videos. Tap OK. Browse to the photo file. For more information on how to transfer files from your computer. To use a photo as a contact photo Tap > Pictures & Videos. For audio files to appear in Media in SlideView. Tap the drop-down box in the top left of the screen. Tap Menu > Set as Home Background…. Tap Menu > Beam…. 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Music You can open Music in SlideView to browse and play your audio content. Browse to the photo file. The photo is used as background in the MS Today panel and in the menu. Tap Menu > Delete.

The music player appears as a mini player in SlideView. Use the controls in the same way as in the traditional music player. tap or • . Alternatively. • To view music content by category When you are browsing your music in SlideView. Tap Media > Music. tap to view music by album. To play tracks in random order In the music player. tap . . A play queue can be. or tap to view your playlists. To move between tracks In the music player. tap to view music by track. • . • To fast forward or rewind In the music player. or playlist by tapping the buttons. you can glide your finger right or left over the navigation key. a playlist you have created yourself or an album. Tap to close the music player. tap • . To mute or unmute the volume In the music player. © Print only for private use. . tap to view music by artist. or play the current play queue in a loop. artist .1 2 3 4 To play music Press to open SlideView. Tap the tab or tap outside the mini player to hide it. Alternatively. drag the volume marker. 1 2 3 1 2 • • • • • Playing music in random order You can play tracks in random order if you are playing an album or a playlist. Press to return to the music player. album Tap a track to play it. To stop playing music In the music player. You can now use SlideView or other applications while your music is playing. Select another application. drag the timeline marker to fast forward or rewind. • To change the volume In the music player. tap . tap the tab in the bottom center part of the screen to display the mini music player. Browse by track . 1 2 Playing tracks repeatedly You can play an individual track repeatedly. To turn on the sound. for example. To use the music mini player In SlideView. Tap in the left part of the music mini player to open the full music player. 64 This is an Internet version of this publication. tap . tap . tap To use the music player in the background When listening to music. Tap . you can press the selection key. To minimize the music player In the music player.

You can use your computer to transfer content to and from the memory card in your phone. Video You can use Videos in SlideView to browse and play videos. they have to be placed on the memory card under \Storage Card or in the phone memory under \My Device\My Documents\My Videos. Tap . You can transfer playlists to your phone. © Print only for private use. Tap Media > Music > . see Transferring content on page 80. For more information on how to transfer files from your computer. Scroll to a video and tap to play it. tap or until appears. tap or Tap . For video files to appear in Media in SlideView. Tap the playlist you want to open. Tap Media > Videos. 1 2 3 To play a video Press to open SlideView. Playlists You can use playlists that you have created on a computer or in other applications. see Transferring content on page 80. 1 2 3 To open a playlist Press to open SlideView. 1 2 To repeat all tracks in the current play queue In the music player. . until appears. For more information on how to transfer files from your computer. Total time Change video size between original size and fullscreen Play or pause 65 This is an Internet version of this publication.1 2 To repeat the current track In the music player. Video player controls Tap the screen to access the following controls: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Close the video player Timeline marker: Tap the timeline to jump to any part of the video Elapsed time Mute the sound Volume marker: Tap to increase or decrease the volume.

or by all networks and/or service providers in all areas. Highlight the video file. along with the audio. zoom in or out. use the button controls to play/pause. Tap Menu > Delete. Browse to the video file. or through the speaker. . © Print only for private use. The media is sent in a continuous stream to your phone and is played as it arrives. 1 2 3 4 1 2 Radio With the FM radio you can search for radio stations and add your favorite ones as presets. In the address bar. Browse to the video file. 66 This is an Internet version of this publication. To send a video Tap > Pictures & Videos. The streaming media file automatically opens and starts to play. Tap the drop-down box in the top left of the screen. Highlight the video file. such as live broadcasts or on-demand media content. During playback. Tap Menu > Beam…. To send a video using Bluetooth™ wireless technology Tap > Pictures & Videos. Tap Menu > Send…. To access streaming content via a browser Tap > Internet Explorer. enter the URL address of the Web page that contains the streaming meda file or link. On the Web page. Browse to the video file. directly from the Web. Highlight the video file. adjust the sound volume. tap the file or link. To view streaming content in the YouTube™ application Tap > YouTube. the media player automatically opens and starts playing the content. Follow the instructions that appear. Do not use your phone as a radio in places where this is prohibited. Help is available from within the YouTube™ application. When you open streaming media in the phone. You can listen to the radio using a portable handsfree or headphones.Working with videos 1 2 3 4 5 To delete a video Tap > Pictures & Videos. and more. Follow the instructions on the screen. Select one of the available transfer methods. The YouTube™ application and the YouTube™ service are not supported in all countries/ regions. Tap the drop-down box in the top left of the screen. Tap the drop-down box in the top left of the screen. 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 Streaming media You can stream media.

The search stops when a channel is found. Press to open SlideView.1 2 3 4 To turn on the radio Connect a portable handsfree or headphones to the phone. Scroll to Media. 67 This is an Internet version of this publication. FM radio overview 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 19 18 17 16 13 14 15 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 Minimize the radio Listen through portable handsfree or headphones Listen through the phone speaker Preset a radio channel Frequency bar Current frequency marker Fine tune backwards Search backwards Radio on/off Alternative frequency (AF) on/off Switch between stereo/mono Mute the volume Preset channel key – the grey indicator denotes a saved channel Preset channel key – the white indicator denotes an active channel Preset channel key – the blank indicator denotes no channel saved Volume marker – drag or tap to increase/decrease volume Volume bar Search forwards Fine tune forwards 1 2 To search for radio channels When the radio is open. . tap or . Tap or to continue searching. © Print only for private use. Tap > .

68 This is an Internet version of this publication. the indicator turns white . You can now use SlideView or other applications while you are listening to the radio. tap or . To turn on the sound. so either of these has to be connected also when you listen to the radio through the speaker in the phone. press . To use the radio in full view. To return to the radio If you are not in SlideView. tap in the left part of the mini radio view. The mini radio view appears in SlideView. you can listen to audio and work with other applications and panels at the same time. To listen to the radio in the background When you are listening to the radio. . you can save it as a preset. To save radio channels When you find a channel that you want to save. tap • . • To adjust the radio volume When the radio is open. Tap or to jump between preset channels. tap the tab in the bottom center part of the screen to display the mini radio view. press to open it. Tap the tab to hide the mini radio view. drag the volume marker or tap the volume bar. 1 2 • Listening to the radio while using other applications By minimizing the radio. background. Select another application. To return to the radio. or through the speaker in the phone. When you listen to a preset radio channel. © Print only for private use. 1 2 3 1 2 1 2 3 • • • • • Switching between headphones and speaker You can listen to the radio either through a portable handsfree or headphones. Tap to turn off and close the radio. Tap in the left part of the mini radio view to open the full radio view. a Tap the tab to open the mini radio view. The radio uses the cord of the portable handsfree or headphones as an antenna. To use the mini radio view In SlideView. tap . tap .) To select saved radio channels When the radio is open. To mute or unmute the volume In the music player. tap one of the saved channel preset keys. A preset key that has been assigned to a saved channel displays a grey indicator at the top of the key . tap . With presets you can quickly return to radio stations you have saved. (A blank indicator at the top of a preset key means the key has not yet been assigned to a saved channel. To minimize the radio When you are listening to the radio.• To fine tune the frequency When the radio is playing. tap . When you are using the radio in the tab appears in the bottom center part of the screen. Tap the preset key number you want to assign to the channel. Saving channels as presets When you find a radio station.

© Print only for private use. tap or . 69 This is an Internet version of this publication.• To switch between headphones and speaker When the radio is open. .

or tap use the light when lighting conditions are poor. or under Media in SlideView. • Using the still camera To take a photo Activate the camera and tap . Photos and videos are automatically saved on the memory card. . You can view saved photos and videos from the camera application. To turn on the light Activate the camera and tap . Tap to return to the viewfinder. To delete a photo or a video • When you have taken a photo or recorded a video. Tap to turn on the light regardless of lighting conditions. tap . press fully down to take the photo. When the focus frame is green. 1 2 3 1 2 3 4 AUTO to automatically • 70 This is an Internet version of this publication. The camera closes automatically if you do not use it for two minutes. To exit the camera Tap .Camera You can take photos and record videos using the camera in the phone. Tap > . Press halfway down to use auto focus. Using the camera 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 Zoom in or out View photos and videos Select video camera Select still camera Activate the camera/Take photos/Record videos • To activate the camera Press and hold down . © Print only for private use. To use zoom Press the volume key.

© Print only for private use. Due to long exposure time. Scenes is set to automatically adjust settings for a photo. It gives the photo increased and sharper contrast. . Macro Auto focus for extreme close-up photos. Tap to display the settings bar. Tap to view more settings. Focus Focus controls which part of a photo should be sharp. Scenes. ensuring the best possible photo. Manual When Manual is on. 71 This is an Internet version of this publication. Light Use the light to take photos when lighting conditions are poor. Focus is set on subjects far away. The white focus frame turns green when focus is set. Subjects close to the camera may be blurred. The Auto scene is not avialable in Manual mode. Settings are optimised to give slightly softer skin tones. Twilight portrait Use for portrait photos at night or in poorly lit environments (with or without the light). you can adjust all settings in the camera. Document Use for photos of text or drawings. Auto The camera automatically focuses on the selected subject. Exposure time and White balance are set to Auto. Beach/snow Use in bright environments to avoid underexposed photos.1 2 3 To select still camera settings Activate the camera and tap . Portrait Use for portrait photos. Custom When you select Custom. You can only use the Auto scene by selecting Auto mode. Scenes Use Scenes to quickly set up the camera for common situations using pre-programmed scenes. Infinite Use when taking photos at a distance. you can adjust all settings manually. the camera must be held still or placed on a stable surface. Light. The camera focuses on distant objects. The camera has determined a number of settings for you to fit the selected scene. Sports Use for photos of fast-moving objects. Touch Touch a spot on the viewfinder to manually set the focus on a particular part of a photo you want to take. Focus. You have to select Manual in the camera settings bar to use Custom. the camera must be held still or placed on a stable surface. Twilight landscape Use when taking landscape photos at night or in poorly lit environments (without the light). Still camera settings Auto/Manual Auto When Auto is on. Auto When you select Auto mode in the camera settings bar. Due to long exposure time. Landscape Use for landscape photos. Short exposure time minimises motion blurring. The light is turned off.

AUTO Auto flash The light will automatically be turned on when lighting conditions are poor. Off No effect. Off The light never goes on. The risk of small hand movements making the photo blurry increases with longer exposure times. Sometimes photo quality can be better without a light. To make sure you get the lowest ISO speed. 100 You get the best photo quality by using the lowest ISO speed available. select this setting instead of Auto. This effect can help make a photo appear older. Solarization Gives the effect of exposing undeveloped film to sunlight. you can select a higher ISO speed. Additional still camera settings. and higher ISO speeds are more suited to poor lighting conditions. You can select ISO speeds depending on the lighting conditions. 800 1600 Effects You can select different effects for your photos. the camera automatically determines the most suitable ISO speed for any given situation. even if lighting conditions are poor. If you use Auto. Increase the exposure time. 72 This is an Internet version of this publication. Sepia Gives the photo a brownish-red tint. regardless of lighting conditions. regardless of lighting conditions. green and blue separately. Taking a good photo without using the light requires a steady hand. Shoot mode You can select the way you take a photo. for example. This can be helpful when taking photos indoors when the use of a camera light is not desired. The photo is just as it appears in the viewfinder. Old film and photographs used to have a sepia tone. Low ISO speeds are suitable for bright environments. Negative Inverts red. Reduce the exposure time. To avoid having to use the camera light. . 200 400 When you take a photo when lighting conditions are poor. ISO ISO speed determines how fast the image sensor reacts to light. Exposure time Apply exposure compensation to adjust for different lighting conditions. in twilight conditions. Tap and then tap Photo to display additional still camera settings. you can use a higher ISO speed to avoid a longer exposure time. B&W Take black and white photos. On The light is turned on. © Print only for private use. and to varying degrees. Multi-shot Take several photos in rapid succession. Normal Take one photo at a time. You can use the self-timer to avoid a blurred photo.

WVGA Wide VGA format with 16:10 aspect ratio. Suitable for photos you want to view on widescreen displays. Suitable for photos you want to view on non-widescreen displays. Suitable when you want to print your photo. or when lighting conditions change quickly. Suitable for web publications. social networking sites. Suitable when you want a very small file size for web publications. 3264x2448 pixels. 640x480 pixels. Incandescent Adjusts the color balance for bright lighting such as under light bulbs. 1MP (wide) 1 megapixel picture size with 16:9 aspect ratio. Picture quality You can select the quality you want for your photo. 2048x1536 pixels. Cloudy Adjusts the color balance for a cloudy sky. 3 MP 3 megapixel picture size with 4:3 aspect ratio. 320x240 pixels. 800x480 pixels. Suitable for photos you want to view on non-widescreen displays. 73 This is an Internet version of this publication. Shutter sound Select the sound that is heard when you press the shutter key to take a photo. QVGA Quarter VGA format with 4:3 aspect ratio. Sunny Adjusts the color balance for bright outdoor use.White balance The white balance setting adjusts the color balance according to the lighting conditions Auto Adjusts the color balance automatically to the lighting conditions. Note that a photo with a higher resolution requires more memory. the file size is increased and the photo quality is improved. the file size is decreased and the photo quality may become impaired. Suitable when you want a smaller file size. VGA VGA format with 4:3 aspect ratio. Normal Picture compression for small file sizes. 1280x720 pixels. © Print only for private use. 1920x1080 pixels. Picture size You can select between several picture formats before taking a photo. 5 MP 5 megapixel picture size with 4:3 aspect ratio. 2592x1944 pixels. Suitable for photos you want to view on non-widescreen displays or print in high resolution. Fine When you take a photo with fine quality. . This may affect the picture quality. Fluorescent Adjusts the color balance for fluorescent lighting. Economy When you take a photo with economy quality. 8 MP 8 megapixel picture size with 4:3 aspect ratio. Suitable for photos you want to view on widescreen displays. for example. 2MP (wide) 2 megapixel picture size with 16:9 aspect ratio.

If the memory is full.Auto rotate The accelerometer in the phone makes it possible to automatically rotate the display and photos in the same orientation in which you hold the phone. Off When GPS location is turned off. 74 This is an Internet version of this publication. 2 seconds It can be hard to hold the phone perfectly still when pressing the shutter key. Use it to take self-portraits. or group photos where everyone can be in the photo. a photo appears in the same orientation in which you hold the phone. General camera settings Tap and then tap General to display general camera settings valid for both the still and video camera. 10 seconds Set a 10-second delay from when the shutter key is pressed until the photo is taken. Auto review Select whether to show or not show the photo or video just after you have taken it. you can show friends and family where you were on a map. Save To You can select to save photos and videos in the phone memory or on the memory card. © Print only for private use. This speeds up the process of taking a new photo or recording a new video. Off When Auto review is off. the approximate geographical location is added to photos when you take them. you return to the viewfinder directly after you have taken a photo or recorded a video. Off The photo is taken as soon as you press the shutter key. On When GPS location is turned on. Self-timer With the self-timer you can take a photo without holding the phone. GPS location You can add the approximate geographical location to photos when you take them. you cannot save anything until you have deleted some files. the photo or video just after you have taken it. Off When Auto rotate is off. On When Auto review is on. This information can later be used to identify the location where the photo was taken. Phone Photos and videos are saved in the phone memory. or find your way back to the location another time. a photo appears in the same orientation as when it was originally taken. Slight movements can result in blurred photos. You can also use the self-timer to avoid shaking the camera when taking photos. On When Auto rotate is on. you can review. and delete or send. or use them with a map or location application. When you upload the photos to a web service. you are not able to view the location of where you took a photo. Use the 2-second delay to solve this problem. Memory card Photos and videos are saved on the memory card. .

press . 75 This is an Internet version of this publication. Reset settings Reset all the camera settings to the original settings. Version Display the version of the camera application. Try different positions. and carried in pockets and bags. Try to fill the viewfinder with your subject.Image stabilizer When taking a photo. . The maximum flash range is about four steps from the subject. press and hold down 1 2 3 . Get closer By getting as close as possible to your subject. you can avoid relying on the zoom. Hold it steady Avoid blurry photos by holding the camera steady. Using the video camera To record a video Activate the camera and tap . To start recording. The stabilizer helps you by compensating for small movements of the hand. The video is saved automatically. You can also use the self-timer to make sure that the phone is steady when the photo is taken. Keep your lens clean Mobile phones are used in all kinds of weather and places. Try to steady your hand by leaning it against a solid object. Consider variety Think about different angles. Use a plain background A plain background helps highlight your subject. Stay within the flash range Photos taken beyond the maximum flash range will be too dark. you achieve a better result. Take some vertical photos. it can be difficult to hold the phone steady. This results in the camera lens becoming dirty and covered with fingerprints. By placing it a third of the way in. Tips on using the camera Rule of thirds Don’t place your subject in the middle of the frame. On It is only recommended to use the image stabilizer when doing a close-up shot of an object. and move towards the object. Off Reset file number Reset the file number for photos and video saved on the memory card. © Print only for private use. To stop recording. Use a soft cloth to clean the lens.

Normal Use Normal to record full-length videos. You can only use the Auto scene by selecting Auto mode. Tap to display the settings bar. Focus Focus determines which part of a video should be sharp. Manual When Manual is on. Subjects close to the camera may be blurred. Focus is set on subjects far away. Picture message Use Picture message to record videos suitable for sending in multimedia messages (MMS). Exposure time and White balance are set to Auto. Infinite Use when recording videos at a distance. Night mode When turned on. 76 This is an Internet version of this publication. The Auto scene is not available in Manual mode. even if lighting conditions are poor. Light Select whether you want to use the light when you record a video. Tap to view more settings. You have to select Manual in the camera settings bar to use Custom.1 2 3 To select video camera settings Activate the camera and tap . you can adjust all settings in the camera. To record a good-quality video without using the light requires a steady hand. You can also use a support and the self-timer to avoid a blurred video. Auto When you select Auto mode in the camera settings bar. Macro Auto focus for extreme close-up videos. Video camera settings Auto/Manual Auto When Auto is on. Videos of fast-moving objects may get blurred. . or use a support. © Print only for private use. Scenes. Hold your hand steady. Scenes Use Scenes to quickly set up the camera for common situations using pre-programmed scenes. Off The light is always turned off regardless of lighting conditions. you can select all settings manually. light sensitivity is increased. The recording time of this video format is limited to fit in a multimedia message. Use in poorly lit environments. Note: Sometimes a video gets better without the light. Auto The camera automatically focuses on the selected subject. Custom When you select Custom. Scenes is set to automatically adjust settings for a video. Shoot mode You can set the camera to take full-length video clips. On Turn on the light to improve close-up videos in poorly lit environments. Focus. or short video clips that are suitable for multimedia messages.

Off No effect. Off When turned off. 800x480 pixels. and to varying degrees. Solarization Gives the effect of exposing undeveloped film to sunlight. B&W Record black and white videos. © Print only for private use. Old film and photographs used to have a sepia tone. Effects You can select different effects for your video. green and blue separately. Reduce the exposure time.Exposure time Apply exposure compensation to adjust for different light conditions. Auto Adjusts the color balance automatically to the lighting conditions. VGA VGA format with 4:3 aspect ratio. This effect can help make a video appear older. Video size You can select between different video formats before recording a video. QVGA Quarter VGA format with 4:3 aspect ratio. 640x480 pixels. 320x240 pixels. White balance The white balance setting adjusts color balance according to lighting conditions. Incandescent Adjusts the color balance for bright lighting such as under light bulbs. no sound is recorded with the video. WVGA Wide VGA format with 16:10 aspect ratio. Mic Select whether to pick up the surrounding sound when recording videos. Additional video camera settings Tap and then tap Video to display additional video camera settings. Sunny Adjusts the color balance for bright outdoor conditions. Cloudy Adjusts the color balance for a cloudy sky. . or when lighting conditions change quickly. Increase the exposure time. The video is just as it appears in the viewfinder. Sepia Gives the video a brownish-red tint. Fluorescent Adjusts the color balance for fluorescent lighting. On 77 This is an Internet version of this publication. Negative Inverts red.

and delete or send. The stabilizer helps you by compensating for small movements of the hand. Memory card Photos and videos are saved on the memory card. Off Reset file number Reset the file number for photos and video saved on the memory card. 78 This is an Internet version of this publication. This feature only works for photos. 10 seconds Sets a 10-second delay from when the shutter key is pressed until the video recording starts. the approximate geographical location is added to photos when you take them. You can also use the self-timer to make sure that the phone is steady when the video is recorded. Self-timer With the self-timer you can record a video without holding the phone. © Print only for private use. it can be difficult to hold the phone steady. Image stabilizer When recording a video. Off When Auto review is off. the photo or video just after you have taken it. On It is only recommended to use the image stabilizer when recording a close-up video. . you can review. General camera settings Tap and then tap General to display general camera settings valid for both the still and video camera.When turned on. Off On Save To You can select to save photos and videos in the phone memory or on the memory card. you cannot save anything until you have deleted some files. 2 seconds It can be hard to hold the phone perfectly still when pressing the shutter key. Slight movements can result in a blurred video. Off When the self-timer is off. On When Auto review is on. This speeds up the process of taking a new photo or recording a new video. Use the 2-second delay to solve this problem. Auto review Select whether to show or not show the photo or video just after you have taken it. Use it to record a video where everyone can be in it. If the memory is full. the video starts recording as soon as you press the shutter key. you return to the viewfinder directly after you have taken a photo or recorded a video. GPS location When GPS location is turned on. Phone Photos and videos are saved in the phone memory. sound is recorded with the video.

Reset settings Reset all the camera settings to the original settings. • • • • You can find photos saved in the phone memory under \My Device\My Documents\My Pictures\Camera\100XPRIA. You can find photos saved on the memory card under \Storage Card\DCIM\100XPRIA. To set storage location Activate the camera. Tap a photo or a video to view it in full view. © Print only for private use. To send photos or videos saved in the phone Activate the camera. select the items you want to send. Tap to play a video. Using the camera to work with photos and videos Viewing photos and videos You can use the camera or SlideView to view your photos and videos. To send multiple items. Tap . To send a single item. To view photos and videos using SlideView Press to open SlideView. tap the item. then tap 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 . tap or . Tap . Tap . they are saved in the phone memory. 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 Photo and video storage Photos and videos that you take and record when there is a memory card inserted are automatically saved on the memory card. Tap Save To and select an option. Flick to scroll through photos and videos. You can find videos saved in the phone memory under \My Device\My Documents\My Videos\Camera\100XPRIA. If you take or record photos and videos when there is no memory card in the phone. Tap to return to thumbnail view. tap . To view photos and videos using the camera Activate the camera. Take a photo or a record a video clip. Select Send via email or Send via MMS. You can find videos saved on the memory card under \Storage Card\DCIM\100XPRIA. 79 This is an Internet version of this publication. then tap . Version Display the version of the camera application. 1 2 3 4 Sending photos and videos from the camera To send a photo or a video you have just taken Activate the camera. Flick through your photos and videos. Tap and then tap General. . Tap Media > Pictures or Videos. Tap . Videos are indicated by .

Follow the instructions below for the version of Microsoft® Windows® you are running on your computer. Transferring files between your phone and a computer 1 2 3 4 5 To transfer files between your phone and a Microsoft® Windows® XP computer Make sure you have downloaded and installed Microsoft® ActiveSync® 4. Connect your phone to the computer using the USB cable. You can download Windows Mobile® Device Center to your computer from www. © Print only for private use. . Click Explore . You can download Microsoft® ActiveSync® to your computer from www. Connect your phone to the computer using the USB cable. Computer: Select Microsoft® ActiveSync® from the start menu. Move or copy files or folders between your phone and the computer using standard Microsoft® Windows® procedures. 80 This is an Internet version of this publication.Transferring content You can move and copy files between your phone and a computer. Click File Management > Browse the contents of your device . 1 2 3 4 5 To transfer files between your phone and a computer running Microsoft® Windows Vista® or Microsoft® Windows® 7 Make sure you have Windows Mobile® Device Center installed on your computer.com/getstarted.microsoft. The files and folders on your phone and the phone memory card are shown. Computer: Select Windows Mobile® Device Center from the start menu. The files and folders on your phone and the phone memory card are shown. You can also transfer files wirelessly between your phone and another Bluetooth™ device within range of your phone. Move or copy files or folders between your phone and the computer using standard Microsoft® Windows® procedures.5 or later on your computer.com/getstarted.microsoft.

Some location services may download data from the Internet. . you should move to another location. When you start Google Maps your approximate location is shown using information from nearby mobile base towers. To use FastGPS Tap > Settings > System > FastGPS. The first time you use the GPS receiver it may take up to 10 minutes before your location is found. You do not have to turn on the GPS receiver manually. 1 2 Google Maps™ Google Maps™ lets you view your current location. or get driving directions from your position.Location services Your phone is equipped with a GPS receiver that uses satellite signals to calculate your location. you could use the Fast GPS application. The position of the GPS antenna is shown in the image below. If the GPS receiver does not find your location after a few minutes. Data rates and charges may apply. To use Google Maps Tap > Google Maps. Some location services use the Internet. Sony Ericsson does not warrant the accuracy of any location services including but not limited to navigational services. the GPS location replaces the approximate location. stand still and do not cover the GPS antenna. Using the internal GPS receiver When you use location services that require the GPS receiver to find your location. • 81 This is an Internet version of this publication. When the GPS receiver finds your location. If you want to get an approximate position fast. FastGPS FastGPS speeds up the time of your GPS positioning by downloading the latest satelite data from the Internet. By using location service applications in your phone you can then see your position on a map. Tap Download. find other locations and calculate routes. The location based services and applications you are using will automatically enable the internal GPS receiver when needed. © Print only for private use. To help the search. Data rates and charges may apply. make sure you have a clear view of the sky.

tap Menu > Help > Tips. © Print only for private use.• To view help about Google Maps In Google Maps. . 82 This is an Internet version of this publication.

Mark the Encrypt files placed on a storage card checkbox. To encrypt data on your storage card Tap > Settings > the System tab > Encryption. the SIM card is blocked and you need to enter your PUK (Personal Unblocking Key). To view your IMEI number • You can find the IMEI number under the battery. 1 2 3 4 83 This is an Internet version of this publication. To view your IMEI number in the phone Tap > Settings > the System folder. If the lock is on. Mark the Require PIN when phone is used check box. To activate SIM protection Press . . you need to back up the files and transfer them back to your phone after the reset or update procedure. Tap Device Information > the Identity tab. Use Microsoft® ActiveSync® or Windows Mobile® Device Center to transfer files between your storage card and computer. you have to enter a PIN (Personal Identity Number). To be able to access the files after a Phone reset. Tap OK. If you enter your PIN incorrectly three times in a row. 1 2 SIM protection This lock only protects your subscription. Your PIN and PUK are supplied by your network operator. Your phone will work with a new SIM card.Locking and protecting your phone IMEI number Keep a copy of your IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity) number in case your phone is stolen. © Print only for private use. 1 2 Encrypted data Encrypted files can be read only on the phone that you encrypt them on. Select Menu > Tools > Options > the Security tab. or after an update of the ROM system software.

Phone protection You can stop unauthorized use of your phone by setting a phone password. Re-enter the new PIN and select Enter. and tap OK. 84 This is an Internet version of this publication. Select Password type. It is important that you remember your phone password. © Print only for private use. you entered the new PIN incorrectly. . If you forget it. Enter a new four-to-eight-digit PIN and select Enter. 1 2 3 To activate phone protection Tap > Settings > Lock > the Password tab. If New PIN does not match appears. If Incorrect PIN appears. Select Menu > Tools > Options > the Security tab. Mark the Require PIN when phone is used checkbox. you entered the old PIN incorrectly. you need to take your phone to your local Sony Ericsson retailer. and select a time. Enter your PIN and select Enter. confirm the password. Mark the Prompt if phone unused for check box.1 2 3 4 5 6 7 To edit your PIN Press . Tap Change PIN.

To reset the phone 1 2 Remove the battery cover and the stylus. Insert a thin object into the hole and press down briefly.Troubleshooting Resetting the phone You can reset your phone to factory default settings. The content of your phone will not be deleted. See Internet and messaging settings on page 15 for more information on how to download or change the Internet settings. as is being used by your computer for Bluetooth™ communication. © Print only for private use. . Locate the small hole (see picture). you need to back up all data. 85 This is an Internet version of this publication. Before performing a Phone reset. and that the Internet settings in your phone are correct. in order not to lose this data. for example photos and music stored in the phone. You can also use Phone reset to simultaneously reset your phone to factory settings and delete all phone content. for example if you want to let someone else use your phone. To view what COM port is being used by your computer for Bluetooth™ communication. I cannot use Internet-based services Make sure your subscription includes data downloads. I cannot synchronize my phone with a Microsoft® Windows® computer using Bluetooth™ wireless technology Make sure that you have selected the same COM port number in Microsoft® ActiveSync® or Windows Mobile® Device Center (depending on the version of Microsoft® Windows® running on your computer). • To reset the phone to factory settings and delete all phone content Select > Settings > System > Phone reset. open the Device Manager.

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.............................................................................................................................45 settings ............................................37 calling ........................................................66 downloads ........80 multimedia messages .....................49 Internet ....15 Internet sharing ...................................83 loop ..........................................................16 folders ...16 K keyboard ........................................................................................................................................................80 fine tuning FM radio frequency ................................ © Print only for private use................................................................................. ...........................81 H handwriting .................................Index A ActiveSync® ...................................................................................................79 video ....................................................66 Bluetooth™ wireless technology ...............................................................................................................66 synchronizing music and video ...62 camera ................................................................................................................47 emergency numbers ..65 repeating the current track .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................64 playing in random order ..................................................................70 storage ...53 modes ................................18 copyright protection ............................................................................................50 partnership ............................................................................61 E E-mail ..68 music player ......................46........................................64 radio ................................30 Exchange Server .... using the keypad ........................................................................68 Web page ........................................................................................................................................75 charging ..................................................................................................79 music by category ...........................................................................................see Microsoft® ActiveSync® alarms .....................60 Google Maps™ .......29 international call .....................................................................................................................29 calls emergency ..................................................68 minimizing .............................67 B battery ..........64 D deleting files ..........................50 G games .........................................71 icons in video camera ...................63 videos ...............................42 mini radio view ..............................16 L location services ...............................70 settings in still camera ...............................................................................81 lock screen ..................................................................................63 videos ..58 File Explorer ................46 account setup ............9 communication manager ..........................................................................................................48 write new ................71 settings in video camera ......................................................6 beaming photos .............................................................................76 IMEI number ............................................... 47 settings .............................................................................................. 68 playing ...............................................................................................................................64.......................................50 beaming information ........................11 SIM card ...........................................see Web Internet Explorer .......14 conference calls ............................................................15 text ............64 shuffle ....................................................45 sending from camera ...............65 repeating all tracks ...............................................................................................14 arrow keys ...........................................................68 MMS .............................................................76 overview ............................... 46 instant .....64 muting the volume ...........................................................29 voice call..................53 C calendar .....................................................................................83 instant messaging ..................................................30 camera ...............................................................................81 GPS ...................................................48 setting up ..................61 settings .............................................................................................................................51 modem ...................76 still camera ...............................65 repeating tracks ........................................................70 icons in still camera ...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................64 M media files ..............................7 file transfer ........16 photos ..............................61 creating folders ........................................................70 games ......................................................................................... 60 DRM .....46 features ...................57 Internet settings ..........45................64 playlists ........................................................................52 I icons in still camera .........29 ending a call .........................................................................................................................31 connections settings ..........55 messaging e-mail .............see Microsoft® Exchange Server F favorites radio channel ...................................68 FM radio ............41 transferring content ...................62 media server .....................60 streaming media ..........48 manage messages ....................45 Microsoft® Exchange Server ............................................... 49 multimedia ...........................................................................51 connecting a headset .......................................................................................................................................16 hot spot ......................................................................................45 multimedia .............66 overview .......45..........................................71 in video camera .....16 88 This is an Internet version of this publication.28................12 automatic turn off .................

.................83 unblocking ..................................................................................................................................68 music .........................18 phone screen .................63 sending from camera ...............................................................................69 turning on .....................................................................................63 deleting ................31 to create a Speed Dial entry ........62 radio .................84 PUK ..........................65 PlayNow™ ....................................................63 storage ....................68 listening to while using other applications .........................48 Internet ....................................................................83 sleep mode ...................................................................64 navigating .........................5..............................83 R radio ..67 play in the background ...........................................64 muting music ................................................................ 83 locking ........68 fine tuning the frequency ..7 SlideView Media ..............................80 troubleshooting ........................................................29 phonebook ...66 setting up e-mail ........................10 still camera settings ......................................................................................................................15 rejecting a call with busy tone ................................................................................................................................................................. 79 pictures viewing .....................................................68 switching between headphones/speaker ........................................62 touch screen ..... playing tracks in ..60 preset FM radio channels .................................................................................67 using in the background ........11 O on/off ...68 overview ...................................................67 sending photos ........................................................15 messaging ...........................63 viewing ..................................64 Ready to run ................................................................................ 68 adjusting the volume ...... 68 S screen lock ..................................................................31 SMS ...........63 sending .......46 settings e-mail ...................................................................................68 FM radio channels .............................................................. © Print only for private use.66 streaming media ...............................52 personal settings ..68 protection phone .62 photos assigning to contacts ............... ...........................................................................................................................................68 presets .....................64 music mini player ...........................................68 mini radio view ..............................................................................................79 videos ......42 music and video ......39 Microsoft® ActiveSync® .........................39 SOS See emergency numbers Speed Dial .........................................................................................................62.....................................................................83 playing tracks repeatedly .......................70 text input ................................64 SIM card ..............79 streaming videos using YouTube™ ....................................................................................................................................79 sending using Bluetooth™ .....................................68 random order...........................................................................................................26 T taking photos ................music mini player ....30 reset .............................................................45 toolbar photo viewer ......15 setup e-mail ...................................................................................................................64 viewing photos and videos ........16 text messages ............................45 Sony Ericsson Sync ..................................................18 N navigating the phone .........22 overview .65 viewing music by category .............................................................................68 synchronizing .............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................67 TV out ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................47 shuffle tracks .........34 photo viewer .....................................12 P panels ......................................85 turning on radio ........................68 presets ..............79 taking ...................................................................64................66.....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................68 searching for channels .........70 using as background .........................................................................64 playlists .........................................68 minimizing ..........................6 optical joystick ....63 photos and videos ..12 transferring content ........................83 lock pattern .....................................................................................85 RSS feeds .............41 Sony Ericsson Sync ......................................................................................................................................................................................30 Rejecting a call with an SMS text message ...............................39 system settings .........................................................................................................................67 selecting saved channels ..................................................................68 selecting radio ..............................31 status icons ........................62 PIN .....62 mini radio view ......................................................66 switching between headphones/speaker ......22 pictures .............54 89 This is an Internet version of this publication..64 music player minimizing .....................................................................................79 Smart Dialing .............................71 storage of photos and videos ..........................................................................................................40 Microsoft® Exchange Server ........................................23 personal network ............................................................................................................68 returning to full view ................66 video ............................................................................................................................83 searching radio channels .......................................

........................................21 V Video call calling from Call History ..................................................................U Update Service ...57 browsing .79 sending using Bluetooth™ .............................................see RSS feeds Wi-Fi™ ...........32 calling from Contacts .............68 W Web ..................71 video camera icons ......58 history .....................................................32 control keys ....................64.......................................................................................32 video camera ...........................................................................................75 settings ................................66 playing ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................66 sending from camera .62 volume music ....66 storage .....................33 using the keypad ....................................................... 68 radio ...............79 watching on YouTube™ ....76 viewing photos ........................ .............................................................................................................................................................................................76 video player controls .......65 sending .......................................................................................58 Web feeds ...........79 viewing ...........59 menu options ...........................................57 view options .............66 90 This is an Internet version of this publication......................................................................................................................................................................................................65 videos deleting ......................................................................................................................32 Video call settings ..... © Print only for private use...................................52 Windows Live™ Messenger .............49 Y YouTube™ ................21 updating your phone ............................................33 settings ........66 viewfinder still camera icons .......................................................................................................57 favorites ..................................58 zooming ...

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