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User Manual
The Pantech Breeze C520 has many features
designed to enhance your mobile experience. From
its EZ to read menus, to its sleek, stylish design,
we know you will enjoy the entire Breeze C520
experience.

This User Guide contains important and useful


information that will maximize your familiarity with all
that the Pantech Breeze C520 has to offer.
• Mpeg4 Video recording/playing up to 15f/s (QCIF size)
Specifications • Self-timer function (5 seconds or 10 seconds)
• Photo album and video album
Design Dimensions & Weight
Clamshell phone with internal and external display
• Weight: 96g (with standard battery)
Displays • Dimensions: 99.3 mm x 50 mm x 19.6 mm
• 260k colors TFT LCD with 2.2” internal display
• 65k colors STN LCD with 1.04” external display Power Management (Performance)
• 7 lines for text in basic mode with 16 point font Battery Type Capacity Standby Time Talk Time
• Two soft keys and four-way scroll and selection Standard Up to Up to Up to
@ keys Lithium-Ion 920 mAh 250 hours 3 hours
(Li-ion)
Melodies
MP3, AAC, AAC+, WMA, AMR-NB, MIDI, Operating Frequency
SP-MIDI • GSM 850Mhz, GSM 900Mhz, DCS 1800Mhz,
and PCS 1900Mhz networks in North America,
Camera South America, Europe, Africa, and Asia-Pacific
Integrated VGA (300k) CMOS Camera where these networks are supported.
• Resolution up to 640x480 (330,000 pixels) • Automatic band switching.
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Phone overview External Camera
display
Earpiece Speaker

1 Address Book Internal display


2 Messaging Navigation key
One-touch 3
4
My Stuff
Tools Scroll through the menu options
Quick Call 5 Settings Side
Left/Right Soft key
6 Phone Status
key
Perform the functions shown
at the bottom line of the display
OK key or access MEdia Net
Press to enter menu system

Camera key Internal antenna


Speaker Mode Power on&off/Menu exit note: Holding device at internal antenna
Send key key/End key area might affect call quality reception.
Turns phone on/off, ends calls,
Voicemail exits menus
Clear key and Calendar Menu features (Breeze Mode)
Vibrate mode Returns to previous screen or Address Book Messaging My Stuff
Microphone deletes characters in text mode. Tools Settings Phone Status
Access Calendar menu
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Menu overview
Using Shortcuts
Numbered menu Example: Accessing the Breeze mode menu
items, such as menus, Phone Mode menu.
sub-menus, and
options can be quickly 1. Press the Menu. Address Book IM ¦P43
accessed by using 2. Press the 5 for Contact List ¦P28 Settings ¦P41
their shortcut numbers. Settings. New Contact ¦P28
In Menu mode, 3. Press the 1 for Speed Dial ¦P27 My Stuff
Main Menus can be Phone Mode. My Phone Number Photo Album ¦P51
accessed by pressing 4. Press the U/D Video Album ¦P52
the number keys scroll key to select
(1 to 0) corresponding Messaging Audio ¦P72
to their location on the the mode. Write New ¦P38 Graphics ¦P51
screen. Inbox ¦P36 Games & Apps ¦P54
Sent ¦P38
NOTE: The steps vary by mode and that throughout Voice Mail ¦P42
the manual it will be notated by [EZ] for EZ Mode or Email ¦P43
[ADV] for Advanced Mode.
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Tools Phone Status
Advanced mode menu
Phone Status ¦P62 My Phone Number
Camera ¦P46 Signal Strength
Alarm ¦P58 Battery Remaining
Calendar ¦P58 Sound & Alerts Email & IM Messaging
Notepad ¦P60 Alarm Mobile Email ¦P43 Write New ¦P37
Voice Memo ¦P60 New Messages IM ¦P43 Inbox ¦P36
Calculator ¦P59 Sent ¦P38
Outbox
Settings Voice Mail ¦P42
Phone Mode ¦P18 Settings ¦P41
Sounds & Alerts ¦P72 Memory Info ¦P53
Ring Volume ¦P72
Wallpaper ¦P72
Backlight Timer ¦P73
Answer Type ¦P25
S N
SIM dependent Network dependent 5
Recent Calls MEdia Net AT&T Mall Games & Apps
Missed Calls ¦P26 MEdia Net ¦P68 Shop Tones
Received Calls ¦P26 Home ¦ Shop Games
Dialed Calls ¦P26 Bookmarks ¦P68 Shop Graphics
Delete Call ¦P26 Go to URL ¦P68 Shop Multimedia
Logs ¦ Profiles ¦P68 Shop Applications
Call Time ¦P26 Options MEdia Net Home
GPRS Info ¦P27 Security ¦P68
Version

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My Stuff Address Book Settings
Audio ¦P72 Contact List ¦P28 Phone Mode ¦P18
Graphics ¦P51 New Contact ¦P28 Sounds & Alerts ¦P72
Photo Album ¦P51 Speed Dial ¦P27 Display ¦P72
Video Album ¦P52 Groups ¦P29 Call
Other Files ¦P53 My Business Card ¦P61 Phone
Tools My Phone Number ¦P62 Flight Mode ¦P81
Memory Info ¦P53 Memory Info ¦P36 Connectivity ¦P66
Service NumbersS SecurityS ¦P30
Software
Reset ¦P74
TTY ¦P75
S N
SIM dependent Network dependent 7
Quick & easy
Keys Functions
< > Perform the functions shown at the bottom line of the display by using these Soft keys.
Scroll through the menu options in Menu mode. In standby mode,
Left Scroll: Access My Stuff menu
Right Scroll: Access Alarm menu
Up Scroll: Access Write New menu
Down Scroll: Access Contact List menu
Select a menu function or store user-input information, such as names. Also use this key for
@ confirmation (as the [OK] key).
Launch the MEdia Net directly if pressed in standby mode.
Delete characters from the display, or return to previous menu.
C
Open Calendar view if pressed quickly in standby mode.
Make or receive a call. Show the recent call list in standby mode.
S
Re-dial the last call number if pressed and held in standby mode.

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Keys
Functions
Complete the current call. Turn on/off the phone if pressed and held.
E
Cancel user input and return to standby mode while in Menu mode.
1 Quickly connect to the voice mail server if pressed and held in standby mode.
0~9 Enters numbers, letters or special characters. Go to the dial screen if pressed in standby mode.
Enter or exit from vibrate mode if pressed and held in standby mode.
* Show the symbol input screen if pressed and held in text input mode.
Work in Word search mode if pressed in the Predictive text input mode.
Enter the + sign prefix for international dialing if pressed and held.
0
Enter the space character in text input mode.
# Change various text input modes if pressed and held at the text-editing screen.
Adjust the earpiece volume while making a call.
Control the Ringtone volume, vibrate mode and silent all mode in standby.
Mute the ringtone of an incoming call.
Reject the incoming call if pressed and held when you receive an incoming call.
Q Turn camera capture mode on. Work as a camera shutter in capture mode.
N Turn the speaker mode on.

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Contents
Specifications.............................2 2. Calls & address book Messaging ............................35
Phone overview..........................3 Making, receiving and Receiving messages ............36
Using Shortcuts .........................4 ending a call .........................22 Creating and sending
Menu overview ...........................4 Options during a call .............23 text message ........................37
Quick & easy...............................8 Call setting ............................25 Creating a multimedia
Checking all calls ..................26 message ............................... 38
1. Getting started Speed dialing ........................27 Message template ................41
Package contents .................14 Using address book..............28 Message settings ................41
SIM card and battery ............15 Caller identification ...............29 Setting voice message .........42
Turn on/off the phone ...........16 Using your headset ..............29 Email.....................................43
Keypad lock ..........................16 Service number and Using instant messenger ......43
Essential display indications..17 fixed dialing...........................30
Setting theme .......................18 4. Multimedia
EZ quick call keys .................19 3. Messaging Camera .................................46
Updating software ................19 Entering text .........................34 Photo album .........................51
Video album..........................52 6. Connectivity 8. Appendix
Other files .............................53 Bluetooth ..............................66 Alert message.......................78
Managing the memory .........53 Using the browser ................68 Troubleshooting checklist .....79
Playing games .....................54 Profiles setting......................69 Safety information ................80
Safety precautions ................80
5. Useful features 7. Settings About the battery usage .......82
Calendar ...............................58 Language..............................72 Hearing aid compatibility
Alarm ....................................58 Time and date.......................72 with mobile phones ..............83
Calculator, converter and Ringtones ............................72 FCC regulatory compliance ....84
stopwatch .............................59 Decorating the display ..........72 Warranty ...............................86
Notepad and voice memo ....60 Locks ....................................73
Business card .......................61 To enable fixed dialing ........74
Phone status.........................62 Reset ....................................74
TTY .......................................75

Contents
Breeze
C520 1
Getting started 01
Calls & address book 02
Messaging 03
Multimedia 04
Useful features 05
Connectivity 06
Settings 07
Appendix 08

Getting started
Package contents
SIM card and battery
Turn on/off the phone
Keypad lock
Essential display indications
Setting theme
EZ quick call keys
Updating software
Package contents

Phone Battery Travel charger User Manual

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SIM card and battery other forms of battery technology, you can
recharge your battery while some charge remains 02
About your SIM card without reducing your phone’s autonomy due 03
When you subscribe to your network operator, to the “battery memory effect” inherent in those 04
you receive a SIM (Subscriber Identity Module) technologies.
05
card containing your registration information,
PIN code, etc. Installing/removing SIM card 06
and battery 07
Like a credit card, it should be kept secure and 1. Remove the battery cover
handled carefully. Do not bend, scratch or expose 08
from the unit. To fit the battery
it to moisture. Avoid static electricity. To avoid cover, put it on the guide rail
corrupting your SIM card’s memory, always switch
and push up.
your phone off before removing or inserting your
SIM card.
2. Insert the SIM card into the
About your battery slot. The gold contacts of the
Your phone uses a Li-Ion battery. Make sure to SIM card should go against
use an authorized battery and charger only. For the metal contacts of the
more details, please inquire at your nearest dealer. phone. Put the contacts of the
note: Your phone is powered by a Lithium
battery into the hole located at
Ion (Li-Ion) battery. This means that, unlike
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2. To remove the adapter
the upper side of the unit, then connection press the
insert and press the bottom adapter’s side buttons (1)
side of the battery until you and pulling the adapter
hear the “click”. away (2).
3. To remove the battery push
the bottom of the battery to Turn on/off the phone
upwards (1) and remove (2) To turn on
the battery. Push the SIM card 1. Press and hold E.
in the arrow direction as shown. To turn off
To charge your battery 1. Press and hold E.
1. To charge, open the protective
cover on the top left side and
Keypad lock
connect the charger adapter. Locking the keypad
The arrow on the charger have 1. Press Menu > * to lock.
to face the top of the phone. Unlocking the keypad
1. Press Unlock > * within 3 seconds to
unlock.
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Essential display indications Received one or more FAX messages
02
Received one or more other messages
Signal strength. The greater the number of 03
bars, the stronger the signal. When network is Received one or more voice messages
in searching mode is displayed. 04
A message is being sent
Flight mode is active. 05
A message is being received
A call is being made. When you are in no 06
An alarm is set
service area is displayed Bluetooth is active 07
Call forwardingN is active Headset is connected 08
FAX modeN is active TTY is active
DataN folder An EDGE signal is available. It is displayed
Incoming calls set to ring only (Normal) when there is an active EDGE session
Incoming calls set to Vibrate then Ring A GPRS signal where only 2G is available. It is
Incoming calls set to Vibrate Only displayed when there is an active GPRS session.
Incoming calls set to Silent WAP is connected. When the security is set
is displayed.
Received one or more text messages
Battery strength. When the battery charge is
Received one or more multimedia messages low, is displayed
Received one or more WAP push messages N
Network dependent
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< Breeze Mode> <Advanced Mode>
Available, Away, Invisible Status of AIM

Online, Away, Busy, Offline Status of MSN

Available, Busy, Invisible Status of YAHOO

You have received one or more IM messages


To change the theme
Setting theme 1. Press Menu > Settings > Phone Mode.
Your phone has two customized themes, Breeze 2. Select Breeze Mode or Advanced Mode.
and Advanced. The default is set to Breeze mode Assigning the menu
which provides EZ access to the functions used In Breeze Mode, you can set the most commonly
most frequently. In the Breeze mode, you view an used menu in Options in standby mode.
abbreviated menu: Address Book, Messaging, 1. Press Options in standby mode > select
My Stuff, Tools, Settings and Phone Status. Unassigned.
The Advanced mode allows access to all menu 2. Press Options > Edit.
items. 3. Select the menu and sub menu.
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EZ quick call keys Updating software 02
Getting in touch with those you You can update your software without visiting your 03
call most is now as EZ as 1-2-3. nearest dealer.
04
note: The following direction is an example with To update the software ADV 05
using x key. The usage of y and z key will 1. Press Menu > Settings > Software > 06
be same as the following. Software Update.
07
2. Press Phone Information to check software
To assign a contact version of your phone. 08
1. Press x. 3. After checking your software version, press
2. Press Option > Assign Contact. @.
3. Select a contact > Options > @. 4. Press Check for Update > Yes.
To use call using one touch key To view the version of software ADV
1. Press and hold x to call.
1. Press Menu > Settings > Software >
To send a message using one touch key Software Version.
1. Press x.
2. Press Option > Send Message.

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Breeze
C520 2
Getting started 01
Calls & address book 02
Messaging 03
Multimedia 04
Useful features 05
Connectivity 06
Settings 07
Appendix 08

Calls & address book


Making, receiving and ending a call
Options during a call
Call setting
Checking all calls
Speed dialing
Using address book
Caller identification
Using your headset
Service number and fixed dialing
Making a call using call list
Making, receiving and Your phone logs up to 30 dialed, received and
missed call numbers.
ending a call 1. Press S to display the Recent Calls list.
2. Select All Calls, Missed Calls, Received
Making a call Calls, or Dialed Calls by pressing the L/R
1. Enter the area code and phone number. key.
2. Press S. 3. Select a number.
Answering a call 4. Press S to dial the selected number.
1. Press S. note: To redial the last number in the Recent Calls
list, press S.
Ending a call
1. Press E. Making a call during a call
Once the call is completed, a call summary is 1. Enter the phone number or press Options >
displayed. Contact Search.
2. Press S to dial the second call. The first call
Rejecting a call is automatically put on hold.
1. Press E or Ignore.

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Switching between two calls 2. Select a number to call by pressing the U/D
1. Press Swap. key. 02
3. Press S. 03
Making an international call 04
1. Press and hold 0 key for the international Answering a second callN
05
prefix until the ‘+’ character appears. 1. Press S. The first call is automatically put
2. Type the country code, area code, and phone on hold. 06
number. 2. Press E to end the second call. 07
3. Press S. The call on hold is automatically reconnected. 08

Making an emergency call


You can make emergency calls even if your phone
Options during a call
does not have a SIM card. Microphone off and on
1. Press Emergency Number, or press SOS if Switching your phone’s microphone off
your phone does not have a SIM card. 1. Press Mute [ ].
2. Press S.
Switching your phone’s microphone back
Replying to a missed callN on
1. Press View to display the list of missed calls. 1. Press Unmute.
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Adding a caller to a multi-party call
Talking on speaker 1. Press Options > Join All.
1. Press the N key above the send key.
Having a private conversation with one
Putting a call on hold and returnN participant
Putting a call on hold 1. Press Options > Split.
1. Press Options > Hold or press S. 2. Press @.
3. Select the participant and press @.
Returning to a held call All of the multi-party call participants can now hear
1. Press Retrieve or press S again. each other.
Multi-party callsN Removing one participant from a multi-
You can talk with more than one person or party call
conference call. 1. Press Options > End Call.
Making a multi-party call 2. Select the participant and press @.
1. Call the first participant. The call ends with that participant, but you can
2. Call the second participant. The first call is continue to talk with other participants.
automatically put on hold.
3. Press Options > Join.
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Searching a number in address book Reading a message during a call
during a call 1. Press Options > Messaging. 02
1. Press D or press Options > Contact Search. 2. Press Inbox > select a message. 03
2. Select a number > S. 04
Writing a message during a call
05
Searching for a name or group in address 1. Press Options > Messaging.
book 2. Press Write New. 06
Enter the first letters of the name for Name For details on creating a text message, see 07
Search. The entries are displayed starting with the page 37. 08
first entry matching your input. note: During the call, you can only send text
messages. Multimedia messages cannot be sent,
Finding a name manually in address book but can be saved.
1. Press the U/D key.
Viewing the details of highlighted entry in Call setting
address book
1. Press @. Answering with any key press
For details on address book, see page 28. 1. [EZ] Press Menu > Settings > Answer Type.
[ADV] Press Menu > Settings > Call > Answer
Type.
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Calls.
2. Select Any Key. Viewing dialed calls ADV
note: You can answer with any key except E 1. Press Menu > Recent Calls > Dialed Calls.
and Reject.
Deleting call logs ADV
Setting auto redial ADV 1. Press Menu > Recent Calls > Delete Call
1. Press Menu > Settings > Call > Auto Redial. Logs.
2. Select On or Off. 2. Select All Calls > Yes.
note: If no logs exist, the message “List Empty”
Checking all calls appears.
You can view information about all Recent Calls. Viewing call time ADV
For more options for all, missed, received and 1. Press Menu > Recent Calls > Call Time.
dialed calls press Options. In Beeze mode press 2. Press U/D to view Last Call, Received
S to view all Recent Calls. Calls, Dialed Calls, and Total Calls.
Viewing missed calls ADV Resetting all call times ADV
1. Press Menu > Recent Calls > Missed Calls. 1. Press Menu > Recent Calls > Call Time.
Viewing received calls ADV 2. Press Reset Call Times.
1. Press Menu > Recent Calls > Received 2. Enter password > @.

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note: The default password is ‘1234’. Setting speed dial
1. Press Menu > Address Book > Speed Dial. 02
Viewing data transmitted information ADV
1. Press Menu > Recent Calls > GPRS Info. 2. Select an empty entry and press Add. 03
• Current Info: You can view transmitted data in 3. Select a person and press @ or Option > 04
the current session, in Kbytes. Select. 05
• Last Info: You can view Sent, Received, Changing speed dialing person 06
and Total transmitted in previous sessions, in 1. Press Menu > Address Book > Speed Dial. 07
Kbytes. 2. Select a number and press @ or Options > 08
• Total Info: You can view all Sent, Received, Edit.
and Total transmitted data in Kbytes. 3. Select a person and press @ or Option >
• Clear Logs: The default password is ‘0000’. Select.
Speed dialing Removing from speed dial
You can dial quickly using speed dialing. Up to 8 1. Press Menu > Address Book > Speed Dial.
phone numbers can be progrmmed using 2. Select a number and press Options >
numbers 2 to 9. Remove.
1 : Voice mail
0 : Prefix for international call
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Viewing contact list
Setting speed dial from address book 1. Press D or press Menu > Address Book >
1. Press Menu > Address Book > Contact List. Contact List.
2. Select a person > Options > Add to Speed note: In Advanced Mode youou can set speed dial
Dial. when you are viewing contact list. Press Options >
3. Select an entry and press @ or Select. Add to Speed Dial.

Searching for a phone number


Using address book 1. Press Menu > Address Book > Contact List.
You can save names, phone numbers, and 2. Input the first letter or two of the person’s name
information on the SIM or phone. Entries can and scroll with U/D.
depend on the capacity of the SIM card. 3. Press @ to view detail information.
Adding a contact 4. To update information press Options > Edit.
1. Press Menu > Address Book > New Contact. Calling from contact list
2. Select SIM Card or Phone. 1. Press D or press Menu > Address Book >
3. Input the fields. Contact List.
4. Press @ or Options > Save. 2. Select a person to call.
3. Press S.

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Forwarding contact details
1. Press Menu > Address Book > Contact List.
Caller identification 02
2. Select a contact > Options > Forward Caller identificationN ADV 03
Contact Info. 1. Press Menu > Settings > Call > Caller ID. 04
3. You can send the information Send as 2. Select Send My No. or Hide my No. > Select. 05
Multimedia Message or Send via Bluetooth. 06
Deleting a contact Using your headset 07
1. Press Menu > Address Book > Contact List. You can send or receive a call using your headset. 08
2. Select a contact > Options > Delete. When you connect your headset to the jack the
button on the headset works as follows.
Making a groups ADV note: You need to use the headset designed for
1. Press Menu > Address Book > Groups. this device and it is optional item. Also not every
2. There will be defaulted groups. headset has a button.
3. To add new group press Options > New.
While in standby mode
4. To edit group press Rename.
1. Press the button once to list recent calls.
5. To set a specific ring tone, press Options >
2. Press the button twice to redial the last call.
Group Ring tones.

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service.
While the phone is closed 1. Press Menu > Settings > Security.
1. Press the button once to receive a call. 2. Press Fixed Dialing > Fixed Dial List.
2. Press the button once to end the call. note: PIN2 must be correctly entered within 3
attempts. If you input incorrect code three times
Service number and in a row the PIN2 code will be blocked. If the
PIN2 code is blocked please contact your service
fixed dialing provider. PIN2 code is supplied with SIM card.
Calling your service numbersS ADV
You can see the service number to reach the
service provider.
1. Press Menu > Address Book > Service
Numbers.
2. Select a number > press S.
Viewing fixed dialing list ADV
Fixed dialing is a service that limits your access to
specific numbers in the address book list recorded
on the SIM. Input the PIN2 to set up or cancel this
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Breeze
C520 3
Getting started 01
Calls & address book 02
Messaging 03
Multimedia 04
Useful features 05
Connectivity 06
Settings 07
Appendix 08

Messaging
Entering text
Messaging
Receiving message
Creating and sending text message
Creating a multimedia message
Message template
Message settings
Setting voice message
Email
Using instant messenger
Key characters by language
Entering text Each of the following keys will scroll through these
sequential options listed by language.
You can enter text with multi-tap, predictive,
numeric or symbol. Key English Spanish French
1 . , - ? ! ' @ : 1
Useful keys abc2 áãç çàâáä
2
* Display and undisplay symbols 3 def3 é éèêë
0 Adding space 4 ghi4 í îïí
# Press to change capital mode. 5 jkl5 óñ ôóöñ
Quick press to change dbc and long
press to change from multi to predictive to 6 mno6 ß
Number to Symbol 7 pqrs7 úü ùûúü
Multi-tap dbc (all small caps / first letter tuv8
8
caps / all caps)
Predictive gef (all small caps / 9 wxyz9
first letter caps / all caps) 0 Space + = < > € £ $ ¥ % & 0
Number a
Symbols h

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Predictive mode (T9) To write the letter “C”, press 2 3 times. To
The predictive mode automatically compares your write number 2 press 2 4 times. 02
keystrokes with an internal linguistic dictionary to 03
determine the correct word. The most commonly Numeric mode 04
used word will appear first. To save a word not You can input numbers in this mode.
05
listed in phone’s dictionary press Options > My 1. Press and hold # to change the mode 123.
2. Press 1 to 9 and 0 to input 06
word.
1. Press and hold # to change the mode as numbers. 07

T9. 08
Symbol mode
2. Press 2 to 9 to input text. For example, You can input symbols.
to write ‘hello’ press 43556. 1. Press and hold # to change the mode as
Alphabet input mode symbols.
Press the key labeled with the target letter once for 2. Press 1 to 0 input symbol. For more
the first letter; press it twice for the second letter, symbols press U/D.
and so on.
1. Press and hold # to change the mode as Messaging
multi-tap. You can send, receive and save text and
2. Press 2 to 9 to input text repeatedly. multimedia messages.
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Deleting a message in a mailbox
Managing memory 1. Press Menu > Messaging > Inbox.
When the message box is full the messages full 2. Select a message > Options > Delete > Yes.
icon will appear.
Replying to a message
When It means 1. Press Menu > Messaging > Inbox.
Text message is full 2. Select a message > Reply.
Multimedia message is full Viewing memory space information ADV
1. Press Menu > Messaging > Memory Info.
Moving a message to SIM ADV 2. Press L/R to view SIM and Phone memory.
1. Press Menu > Messaging > Inbox.
2. Select a message > Options > Move To SIM.
Receiving messages
Moving a message to phone ADV
1. Press Menu > Messaging > Inbox. Viewing a new message
2. Select a message > Options > Move To 1. Press View or press @.
Phone. Reading a message from the inbox
1. Press Menu > Messaging > Inbox.
2. Select a received message > @.
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3. To reply press Reply. 2. Press Options > Save Objects.
3. Select an object > Save. 02
Saving number or e-mail from received 4. Edit the filename > Options > Save. 03
message It will be saved in one of the categories in the 04
1. Press Menu > Messaging > Inbox. My Stuff folder. 05
2. Select a received message > @. For details on photo album, see page 51.
3. Press Options > Save Number & Email. 06
4. Press Options > Save. Listening to voice messages 07
5. Select New Contact or select Update 1. Press and hold 1 or press Menu > 08
Existing. Messaging > Voice Mail.
It will automatically call to the voice mail center.
Saving URL address from received message
1. Press Menu > Messaging > Inbox.
2. Select a received message > @. Creating and sending
3. Press Options > Save URL. text messages
4. Press Options > Save.
Sending new text message
Saving the object in the received 1. Press U or press Menu > Messaging > Write
multimedia message New.
1. Open the multimedia message.
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2. Press Text Message. Creating a multimedia
3. Write the message. message
4. Press @. You can create new multimedia message.
5. Enter the phone number to send or press Capacity is 300kb and will alert you once that is
Options > Contact List > find a person to exceeded via error message.
send.
6. To send more then one person press @ to Adding saved picture to the message
select. To unselect press @. 1. Press Menu > Messaging > Write New.
7. To view sent message press Menu > 2. Select Multimedia Message.
Messaging > Sent. 3. Write a message.
note: You can send up to 10 person at a time. 4. Press Options > Add Object > Add Image.
note: All successfully sent messages will save in 5. Select Photo Album > select a picture >
Sent. Options Select.
6. To preview press Options > Preview.
Finding all sent messages 7. To edit the text message, press U/D to select
1. Press Menu > Messaging > Sent. the text box, press Options > Edit Text.
8. Press @.

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Adding new picture to the message 6. To listen select the recorded memo > Play.
1. Press Menu > Messaging > Write New. 7. To stop press D. 02
2. Select Multimedia Message. 8. To select other recorded memo press Back 03
3. Write a message. and select other memo. 04
4. Press Options > Add Object > Add Image. 9. Press Options > Send to. 05
5. Select Take a Photo > focus on the object > 06
@. Adding new voice memo to the message
6. Press Insert. 1. Press Menu > Messaging > Write New. 07

7. Press Options > Send to. 2. Select multimedia message. 08


For details on taking a pictures, see page 48. 3. Write a message.
4. Press Options > Add Object > Add Sound.
Adding recorded voice memo to the 5. Select New Voice Memo > record the sound.
message 6. To save press @.
1. Press Menu > Messaging > Write New. 7. Press Options > Send to.
2. Select multimedia message. For details on recording voice memo, see page
3. Write a message. 60.
4. Press Options > Add Object > Add Sound.
5. Select Voice Memo > select a voice memo > Adding saved video to the message
@. 1. Press Menu > Messaging > Write New.
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5. Select Take a Video > focus on the object >
2. Select multimedia message. @.
3. Write a message. 6. To stop recording press @.
4. Press Options > Add Object > Add Image. 7. To preview with the text press Options >
5. To play press Options > Play. Preview.
6. Select Video Album > select a video > 8. To stop press Pause.
Options > Select. 9. To go back to the message editor press Back.
7. To preview with the text press Options > 10. Press Options > Send to.
Preview. For details on recording video, see page 49.
8. To stop press Pause.
9. To go back to the message editor press Back. Adding other file to the message
10. Press Options > Send to. 1. Press Menu > Messaging > Write New.
2. Select Multimedia Message.
Adding new video to the message 3. Write a message.
1. Press Menu > Messaging > Write New. 4. Press Options > Add Object.
2. Select multimedia message. 5. Select Add Other files.
3. Write a message. 6. Select the file > Options > Select.
4. Press Options > Add Object > Add Image. 7. Press Options > Send.

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Message template Setting sent message
1. Press Menu > Messaging > Settings. 02
When you often use the same phrases, you can
2. [EZ] Press Save Messages. 03
save the message under template messages.
[ADV] Press Common Settings > Save 04
Adding to the existing template ADV Messages. 05
1. Press Menu > Messaging > Write New. 3. Select On or Off. 06
2. Select Multimedia Message. It will save all out going messages.
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4. Press Options > Add Template.
1. Press Menu > Messaging > Settings.
5. Select the template.
2. [EZ] Press Auto Delete Read Message.
[ADV] Press Common Settings > Auto
Message settings Delete Read Message.
Setting default editing mode 3. Select On or Off.
1. Press Menu > Messaging > Settings. Setting message center ADV
2. [EZ] Press Default Edit Mode. 1. Press Menu > Messaging > Settings.
[ADV] Press Common Settings > Default Edit 2. Press Text Massage > Message Center.
Mode. 3. Enter new Message Center.
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Setting receiving method for push
4. Press Select. message ADV
1. Press Menu > Messaging > Settings.
Setting e-mail gateway ADV 2. Press Push Message > Receive.
5. Press Menu > Messaging > Settings.
3. Select the method.
6. Press Text Massage > E-mail Gateway. note: When you receive push message the [ ]
7. Enter new gateway for receiving e-mail. icon will displays.
8. Press Select.
Setting default save place ADV Setting voice message
1. Press Menu > Messaging > Settings.
2. Press Text Massage > Save to. Setting receiving voice message ADV
3. Select SIM or Phone. 1. Press Menu > Messaging > Settings.
2. Press Voice Mail.
Setting profiles for multimedia message ADV 3. Enter the number of the voice mail center >
1. Press Menu > Messaging > Settings. @.
2. Select Multimedia Massage > WAP Profiles. note: This number may be pre-configured by the
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Email 2. Select the IM application > Select.
3. Enter logon and password > Sign On. 02
You can receive email from your service provider. 03
Receiving an email Viewing the conversation log 04
1. [EZ] Press Options > Mobile Email or Menu > You can view the log of your conversations in the
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Messaging > Mobile Email. Instant Messenger Saved History.
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[ADV] Press Menu > Email & IM > Mobile
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Email.
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2. Select an email > @.

Using instant messenger


Use Instant Messenger (IM) to send and receive
short, simple messages that are delivered
immediately.
Starting an instant messenger
1. [EZ] Press Options > IM or Menu >
Messaging > IM.
[ADV] Press Menu > Email & IM > IM.
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Multimedia 04
Useful features 05
Connectivity 06
Settings 07
Appendix 08

Multimedia
Camera
Photo album
Video album
Other files
Managing the memory
Playing games
[ADV] Press Q in standby mode or press
Camera Menu > My Stuff > Tools.
Press Menu > My Stuff > Tools.
You can take pictures and record movies using the
2. Press Camera > Take a Photo.
built-in camera. The photos and video clips can be
3. Press Options to change settings prior to
saved and sent via multimedia message.
taking a picture.
Size
White Quality In options menu for camera
balance
Recording Icons Name Description
Self Timer Type
Multi-shot Duration Take a Picture ADV
Remain Recording View Photos ADV
Zoom Take a Video ADV
Brightness Brightness 176x220 ( ), 320x240 ( ),
Image Size ADV 640x480 ( )
Low ( ), Medium ( ),
Image Quality ADV
Setting camera settings High ( )
1. [EZ] Press Q in standby mode or press Effects Nomal, Sepia, Monochrome,
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Auto ( ), Sunlight ( ),
Cloudy ( ), set for 640x480. 02
White Balance Fluorescent ( ), 03
Incandescent ( ) In options menu for video camera
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Multi-shot Off, 4EA ( ), 6EA ( ), Icons Name Description
9EA ( ) 05
Take a
Self Timer Off, 5Sec ( ), 10Sec ( ) Video 06
Display Icons On, Off View 07
Shutter Sound On, Off Videos 08
Take a
Icons for camera Photo
Icon Name Description Video 128x96 ( ), 176x144 ( )
Remain Picture Size
Image
x1, x2, Low ( ), High ( )
Zoom Quality
x3, x4
Record
-3, -2, -1 Unlimitied ( ), For Msg ( )
Type
Brightness 0
+1, +2, +3 Nomal, Sepia, Monochrome,
Effects Nagative, Embossing
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Menu > My Stuff > Tools.
Display 2. Press Camera > Take a Photo.
On, Off
Icons 3. Focus on the object >@ or press Options >
Take a Picture.
Icons for video camera note: Your photo will be saved automatically to
Icon Name Description My Stuff > Photo Album.
-3, -2, -1
Brightness 0 Changing to video camera mode
+1, +2, +3 1. [EZ] Press Q in standby mode or press
Menu > Tools > Camera > Take a Photo.
Zoom in and out [ADV] Press Q in standby mode or press
1. Press U/D. Menu > My Stuff > Tools > Camera > Take a
Increasing or decreasing the brightness Photo.
1. Press L/R. 2. Press Options while camera mode is
activated.
Taking a picture 3. Press Take a Video.
1. [EZ] Press Q in standby mode or press 4. Focus on the object > @ or press Options >
Menu > Tools. Take a Video.
[ADV] Press Q in standby mode or press 5. Press @ to stop.
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6. Press @ to save. Set as wallpaper Options > Set as > Wallpaper
02
Viewing the taken picture Set as address book Options > Set as > Address 03
Press Q in standby mode or press Menu > My Book
Go back to Options > Back to Preview 04
Stuff > Tools > Camera > Take a Photo.
preview ADV 05
2. Press Options > View Photos.
3. Select the picture > @. Rename ADV Options > Rename 06
07
After taking pictures Recording a video
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To Press 1. [EZ] Press Q in standby mode or press
Menu > Tools > Camera > Take a Video.
Send a multimedia Options > Send as Multimedia
message message [ADV] Press Q in standby mode or press
View taken Menu > My Stuff > Tools > Camera > Take a
Options > View Photos Video.
picture ADV
Delete Options > Delete 2. Focus on the object > @ or press Options >
Send using
Take a Video.
Options > Send via Bluetooth 3. Press @ to stop.
Bluetooth ADV
Upload photos Options > Send to HP’s 4. Press Play to play the video clip.
on the web ADV Snapfish 5. Press Back to go back to preview mode.
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2. Press Options > View Videos.
6. Press @ to save. 3. Select the video clip > @.
Changing to camera mode After recording video clips
1. [EZ] Press Q in standby mode or press To Press
Menu > Tools > Camera > Take a Video.
Send a multimedia Options > Send as Multimedia
[ADV] Press Q in standby mode or press message message
Menu > My Stuff > Tools > Camera > Take a
View recorded
Video. video clip ADV Options > View Videos
2. Press Options while video camera mode is
activated. Delete Options > Delete
3. Press Take a Photo. Send using
Options > Send via Bluetooth
For details on taking a picture, see page 48. Bluetooth ADV
Go back
Viewing the recorded video clip Options > Back to Preview
to preview ADV
1. [EZ] Press Q in standby mode or press Rename ADV Options > Rename
Menu > Tools > Camera > Take a Video.
[ADV] Press Q in standby mode or press
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During recording a video 2. Select a picture > @.
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To Press Setting as wallpaper in the display 03
Receive an incoming call S 1. Press Q in standby mode or press Menu > 04
Stop recording @ My Stuff > Photo Album.
05
2. Select a picture > Options > Set as >
Save the clip @ Wallpaper. 06
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Photo album Uploading pictures on the web ADV
1. Press Q in standby mode or press Menu >
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You can view, send, save to your phone or an
My Stuff > Photo Album.
external memory card and also delete photos.
2. Select a picture > Options > Send to HP’s
JPEG format is supported, and other formats are
Snapfish.
saved in the Graphics folder.
note: To access Graphics, press Menu > My Stuff Deleting multiple pictures
> Graphics. 1. Press Q in standby mode or press Menu >
My Stuff > Photo Album.
Viewing the saved pictures 2. Press Options > Multi-Select.
1. Press Q in standby mode or press Menu >
3. Press @ to select more than one picture.
My Stuff > Photo Album.
4. Press Back to unselect.
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5. Press Delete. Video album
You can view, send, save to your phone and also
Sending pictures using multimedia delete videos.
message Playing the saved video clips
1. Press Q in standby mode or press Menu >
1. Press Q in standby mode or press Menu >
My Stuff > Photo Album.
My Stuff > Video Album.
2. Select a picture.
2. Select a video clip > @ or press Options >
3. Press Options > Send as Multimedia
Play.
Message.
For details on creating a multimedia message, Using video controls
see page 38. To Press
Viewing file information ADV Pause @
1. Press Q in standby mode or press Menu > Stop Stop
My Stuff > Photo Album.
2. Select a picture. Rewind Hold L
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Mute Mute 3. Press Options > Send as Multimedia
Message. 02
Control volume Side key up or down
For details on creating a multimedia message, 03
Deleting multiple video clips see page 38. 04
1. Press Q in standby mode or press Menu > 05
My Stuff > Video Album. Other files ADV 06
2. Press Options > Multi-Select. You can manage files in unsupported formats 07
3. Press @ to select more than one video. saved on your phone. It also lists files received via
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4. Press Back to unselect. Bluetooth from other devices.
5. Press Delete.
Viewing the list of the files
Sending video clip using multimedia 1. Press Menu > My Stuff > Other Files.
message
1. Press Q in standby mode or press Menu > Managing the memory
My Stuff > Video Album.
2. Select a video. Viewing memory status ADV
1. Press Menu > My Stuff > Memory Info.
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Playing games
You can download games to play with. It is easy to
download and you can preview them beforehand.
You will only be able to view games that are
available on your mobile.
Previewing games
1. [EZ] Press Menu > My Stuff > Games &
Apps.
[ADV] Press Menu > Games & Apps.
2. Select a game > @.
3. Play the demo and press BUY to download the
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Multimedia 04
Useful features 05
Connectivity 06
Settings 07
Appendix 08

Useful features
Calendar
Alarm
Calculator, converter and stopwatch
Notepad and voice memo
Business card
Phone status
Move to another week U for Previous
Calendar D for Next
View other month Side key up for Previous
Calendar helps you manage your schedule including Side key down for Next
your time for calls or special days. You can set a
reminder on any given date with this function.
Creating a new event and edit
Viewing calendar 1. Select a day > Options > New Event.
1. [EZ] Press C in standby 2. Input the events > Save.
mode or press Menu > Tools note: You can create up to 50 scheduled events.
> Calendar. note: You can create events for dates from
[ADV] Press C in standby 01/01/2000 to 12/31/2049.
mode or press Menu > My
Stuff > Tools > Calendar. Alarm
note: Monthly view is displayed as default.
Setting an alarm
In the monthly view 1. [EZ] Press R to access alarm or press Menu
To Press > Tools > Alarm.
Move to another day L for Previous [ADV] Press Menu > My Stuff > Tools >
R for Next Alarm.
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2. Press Options > New > edit a new alarm > 3. Edit the alarm settings.
Save. 4. To delete an alarm > Options > Delete. 02
note: The alarm will not ring if you set the phone note: You cannot delete Simple Alarm. 03
to Vibrate Only or Silent. To make it ring on 04
vibrate mode, press Options > Wake-Up Call On.
The alarm will not go off if the phone is turned off.
Calculator, converter 05

note: Only the first alarm will be Simple Alarm . and stopwatch 06

It will only ring once as default alarm tone. 07


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Viewing the saved alarms 1. [EZ] Press Menu > Tools >
1. [EZ] Press R to access alarm or press Menu Calculator.
> Tools > Alarm. [ADV] Press Menu > My Stuff
[ADV] Menu > My Stuff > Tools > Alarm. > Tools > Calculator.
2. Use [L/R/U/D/@] to
Editing existing alarms calculate.
1. [EZ] Press R to access alarm or press Menu 3. Press C to clear.
> Tools > Alarm. 4. Press [ . ] to use the decimal point.
[ADV] Menu > My Stuff > Tools > Alarm.
2. Select an alarm > Options > Select.
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Using the converter ADV
Notepad and voice memo
1. Press Menu > My Stuff Using notepad
>Tools > Converter. 1. [EZ] Press Menu >Tools > Notepad.
2. Select the categories [ADV] Press Menu > My Stuff >Tools >
3. Select current unit and enter Notepad.
figure. 2. Press Options > Create New.
4. Select the unit to be changed. (Press New to create memo for the first time.)
3. To edit memo press Options > Edit.
Using stopwatch ADV 4. Press Options > Save to save.
1. Press Menu > My Stuff >
Tools > Stopwatch. Recording voice memo
2. Press @ to start. 1. [EZ] Press Menu > Tools >
3. Press @ to restart. Voice Memo.
4. To record lap time, press Lap. [ADV] Press Menu > My Stuff
5. Press Reset to clear. > Tools > Voice Memo.
2. Press Options > Create New.
(Press New to create memo
for the first time.)
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3. Press @ to stop recording.
4. Press Re-rec to re-record. Press Pause to Business card ADV 02
pause recording. You can send your information by sending it as 03
5. Press Play to listen. multimedia message.
04
6. Press @ [ ] to save. Creating your own business card 05
Listening the recorded sound 1. Press Menu > Address Book > My Business 06
1. [EZ] Press Menu > Tools > Voice Memo. Card. 07
[ADV] Press Menu > My Stuff > Tools > 2. Edit the fields > Options > Save or press @.
08
Voice Memo. Forwarding
2. Select a sound > Options > Select. 1. Press Menu > Address Book > My Business
Using sound controls Card.
To Press 2. Press Options > Send via Bluetooth or Send
Pause @ via Multimedia Message.
Stop D 3. Write a message.
Rewind L
4. Press Options > Send.
Fast forward R
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Updating information
1. Press Menu > Address Book > My Business
Card.
2. Press Options > Edit.
3. Update information.
4. Press Options > Save.

Phone status
You can view status of your phone for My Phone
Number, Signal Strength, Battery Remaining,
Sounds & Alerts, Alarm, and New Messages.
Viewing the status
1. [EZ] Press Menu > Phone Status.
[ADV] Press Menu > My Stuff > Tools >
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Appendix 08

Connectivity
Bluetooth
Using the browser
Profiles setting
> Bluetooth > Bluetooth.
Bluetooth 2. Select On or Off.
Bluetooth technology enables free wireless Adding a device
connections between electronic devices within a 1. [EZ] Press Options in standby mode >
maximum range of 33 feet (10 meters). Bluetooth Bluetooth > Paired Devices.
connection can be used to send images, text, [ADV] Press Menu > Settings > Connectivity
business cards, calendar notes, or to connect to > Bluetooth > Paired Devices.
computers using Bluetooth technology. 2. Press New > Search All.
3. The available device will display.
Your mobile phone supports: 4. To select the device press Option > Select.
• Connect to PC to access internet. 5. Enter password.
• Connect to Hands-Free. note: The other device must be in pairing mode.
• Connect to electronic devices.
Setting device for outgoing call
Activating 1. [EZ] Press Options in standby mode >
1. [EZ] Press Options in standby mode > Bluetooth > Outgoing Call Device.
Bluetooth > Bluetooth. [ADV] Press Menu > Settings > Connectivity
[ADV] Press Menu > Settings > Connectivity > Bluetooth > Outgoing Call Device.

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2. Select Headset, Always Ask or Phone. Setting the visibility
1. [EZ] Press Options in standby mode > 02
Sending an object Bluetooth > Visibility. 03
1. Select the file from Menu > My Stuff > Photo [ADV] Press Menu > Connectivity > 04
Album, Video Album, Audio, Graphics or Bluetooth > Visibility. 05
Other Files. 2. Select Hidden or Shown to All.
2. Press Options > Send via Bluetooth. 06
note: It will allow your phone to be visible to
3. Select the device > Options > Select. other’s devices. 07
note: If the other Bluetooth device requests 08
pairing, the object is sent after pairing is Naming the phone
completed. Locked object or ones containing 1. [EZ] Press Options in standby mode >
original rights may not be forwarded. Bluetooth > Name.
[ADV] Menu > Connectivity > Bluetooth >
Receiving an object
Name.
When you receive the object a pop-up message
2. Enter the name > Options > Save.
will displayed if it is authorized. The file will be
note: This is what others will see in their device’s
saved to the appropriate folder. For example, if display for your phone when searching for your
you receive contacts information it will be saved in device.
your phone’s memory
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3. To send via text message, press Send
Using the browser Message.
Entering address
Accessing browser 1. [EZ] Press @ > Options > Go to URL.
1. [EZ] Press @ in standby mode.
[ADV] Press Menu > MEdia Net > Go to URL.
[ADV] Press @ in standby mode or press
2. Enter the web address > @.
Menu > MEdia Net > MEdia Net Home.
note: It will access provider’s homepage. Setting profile ADV
1. Press Menu > MEdia Net > Profiles.
Setting new bookmarks ADV 2. Select Options.
1. Press Menu > MEdia Net > Bookmarks.
2. Press Options > Add. Viewing certificates ADV
3. Enter the web address > @. 1. Press Menu > MEdia Net > Security >
Certificates.
Viewing bookmarks
1. [EZ] Press @ > Options > Bookmarks. Setting the security warning ADV
[ADV] Press Menu > MEdia Net > 1. Press Menu > MEdia Net > Security >
Bookmarks. Warning.
2. To open the site, press Select. 2. Select Off or On.
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Deleting profile
Profiles setting ADV 1. Press Menu > MEdia Net > Profiles. 02
You can set profile and view Profile Name, Home 2. Select a profile > Options > Delete. 03
URL, Connection Type, Proxy Address, Proxy 04
Port, Proxy Login ID, Proxy Password and Data 05
Bearer.
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Viewing default profile 07
1. Press Menu > MEdia Net > Profiles. 08
2. Select MEdia Net Home > Options > View.
Editing profile
1. Press Menu > MEdia Net > Profiles.
2. Select other profile > Options > Edit.
Adding new profile
1. Press Menu > MEdia Net > Profiles.
2. Select Empty > Options > Add.
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Appendix 08

Settings
Language
Time and date
Ringtones
Decorating the display
Locks
To enable fixed dialing
Reset
TTY
Setting sound profile
Language ADV 1. Press Menu > Settings > Sounds & Alerts
2. Select Normal, Vibrate and Ring, Vibrate
Setting up Only, or Silent.
1. Press Menu > Settings > Phone > Language.
Decorating the display
Time and date ADV Setting the display
Setting up 1. [EZ] Press Menu > Settings.
1. Press Menu > Settings > Phone > Time & [ADV] Press Menu > Settings > Display >
Date. Main Screen.
2. Set each option > Save. 2. Press Wallpaper > Graphic or Photo Album.
3. Select the file > Options > Set as.
Ringtones Setting the font ADV
Setting ringtones 1. Press Menu > Settings > Display > Font.
1. Press Menu > My Stuff > Audio. You can set the style and the size of the font
2. Select the ringtone > Options > Set as for your device.
Ringtone.
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Entering greeting message ADV
1. Press Menu > Settings > Display > Greeting. Locks 02
Locking the phone ADV 03
Setting the brightness ADV
1. Press Menu > Settings > Display > 1. Press Menu > Settings > Security > Phone 04

Brightness. Lock. 05
note: Modifying brightness may affect battery life.
2. Select On. 06
note: The default password is ‘1234’. To change
07
Setting time for backlight the password press Menu > Settings > Security >
08
1. [EZ] Press Menu > Settings > Backlight Change Password.
Timer.
Locking the PIN ADV
[ADV] Press Menu > Settings > Display >
The Personal Identification Number is the security
Backlight Timer.
code that protects the phone or SIM against
note: Modifying backlight time may affect battery
life. unauthorized use.
1. Press Menu > Settings > Security > PIN1
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3. Enter PIN code > @. Reset
note: To change the PIN code press Menu > Resetting the phone ADV
Settings > Security > Change PIN1. 1. Press Menu > Settings > Reset > Master
Changing PIN 2 ADV Reset.
note: It will return configuration settings to
1. Press Menu > Settings > Security > Change
default. The default password is ‘1234’.
PIN2.
Clearing the phone ADV
To enable fixed dialing 1. Press Menu > Settings > Reset > Master
Clear.
Enabling ADV note: It will change the setting as default and erase
Press Menu > Settings > Security > Fixed all personal data. The default password is ‘1234’.
Dialing.
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TTY • TTY Hear: User who can hear but cannot
talk send a text message and receive voice 02
The teletypewriter (TTY) is a telecommunications message. 03
device that allows people who are deaf or hard 04
of hearing, or who have speech or language 05
disabilities, to communicate via a telephone.
06
Setting teletypewriter ADV 07
1. Press Menu > Settings > TTY. 08
2. Select Disabled, TTY Full, TTY Talk, or TTY
Hear.
• Disabled: TTY mode is disabled.
• TTY Full: User who cannot talk and hear send
and receive a text message.
• TTY Talk: User who can talk but cannot
receive a text message and send voice
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Appendix
Alert message
Troubleshooting checklist
Safety information
Safety precautions
About the battery usage
Hearing aid compatibility with mobile phones
FCC Regulatory Compliance
Warranty
“Multimedia Message Full. Move To Inbox?” You can
move to inbox or delete the message.
Alert message When the “Password” message appears in Phone
If you experience any problem while using your mobile
phone, please refer to the following checklist. If the locked state:
problem still persists, contact your service provider. Enter the phone password. The default password is
“1234”. If you cannot remember the password, contact
When the “Insert SIM Card” message appears: the nearest carrier.
Make sure the SIM card is correctly installed. Check
to see if the SIM card is working properly. If it does not When the “Enter PIN1” message appears:
work, try to clean the contact points of the card with Input PIN1. If you cannot remember it, contact your
a dry cloth. If it is out of order, take it to your service service provider. You can still receive calls even if
provider. your mobile phone becomes locked after entering the
incorrect PIN1 on three consecutive attempts.
When the “Text Message Full” message appears:
The received or saved messages are full in your phone When the “No Service” or “Network Search”
or SIM memory. You need to delete the message. appears:
If you cannot make/receive a call when you are indoors
When the “Multimedia Message Full” message or undergrounds where the signal strength is poor,
appears: move toward a window or go out to an open area. If you
The saved messages are full in your phone memory. still cannot make a connection, contact your service
When you receive new message you will see provider.

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Troubleshooting checklist When you are unable to make a call:
Your phone may be set to “fixed dial.” Cancel the “fixed 02
When audio quality is poor: dial” function. 03
End a call and try again. When you are unable to charge the battery: 04
When the other party cannot hear you speaking: This may be the result of one of the following three 05
Your phone may be set to MUTE. Disable the MUTE cases. 06
function. Or your hand may be covering the microphone 1. Your charger may be out of order. Contact your
nearest dealer. 07
located below the * key.
2. You may be attempting to use the phone in an overly 08
When battery lifetime is shorter than usual: hot/cold temperature. Try changing the charging
This may happen when you are in an area with low environment.
signal strength. Turn off your phone when it is not in use. 3. Your battery may have not been connected to the
Change the battery when battery energy is exhausted. charger properly. Check the connector.
When your mobile phone does not turn on: When you are unable to input data into your
Make sure your battery is charged. Check to see if your Address Book:
phone works while recharging the battery. Your Address Book memory may be full. Try deleting
When you are unable to send a message: some entries from your Address Book.
Either you are not registered to receive an SMS service,
When you are unable to select a certain function:
or you may be in an area where your network service
provider cannot provide such a service. You may not have subscribed to that function, or your
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– Do not use chemical products, cleaning solvents or
detergents to clean your mobile phone.
network service provider may be in an area where such
– If your mobile phone does not work properly, contact
service cannot be provided. Contact your local service
your dealer immediately.
provider.
– Use only authorized batteries, battery chargers and
accessories. Any malfunction or damage caused by
Safety information the use of unauthorized batteries, battery chargers
and accessories will void the limited product warranty.
The following list shows how to maintain your mobile – Ensure that the battery and battery charger do not
phone, together with precautions to take. come in contact with conductive objects.
– Keep your mobile phone and its accessories out of the
reach of children.
– Maintain your mobile phone in dry conditions and keep Safety precautions
it within normal operating temperatures. Temperatures
higher than 55°C (131°F) or lower than -20°C (-4°F) Using a mobile phone while driving may be
may damage your phone. prohibited.
– Do not use or store your mobile phone in dusty, dirty Please check local laws and regulations with regard to
areas. the prohibition of mobile phone use while driving, and
– Do not attempt to disassemble your mobile phone. comply with them.
– Do not drop or cause severe impact to your mobile Use of your phone while you are driving may disturb
phone. your concentration and may lead to an accident. Always
switch your phone off to drive safely.

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Should you use your phone in an emergency, either use waves emitted by your phone may affect the electronic 01
a hands free device built into your car or pull over in a navigation equipment in the aircraft. 02
safe place first. 03
Switch off in hospitals and near medical
Switch off in restricted areas equipment 04
Always switch your phone off in areas where mobile Always switch your phone off in hospitals, and obey the 05
phone use is restricted. regulations or rules of the hospital.Switch your phone off
06
when using medical equipment for private purposes, if
Switch off in explosive or dangerous areas possible. Always consult with the medical equipment’s 07
Always switch your phone off in areas with explosive manufacturer or an expert regarding phone use near the 08
or dangerous materials (such as fuels, fuel stations medical equipment.
or areas containing chemical goods) and obey any
instructions or signals. Do not remove your mobile Installing a hands free device in your vehicle
phone’s battery in such areas. Install vehicle hands free devices away from the steering
wheel and airbag expansion area, otherwise injury may
Switch off in aircraft ADV result.
When you are in an aircraft, always switch your phone
off or select Flight Mode On (press the Menu > Settings Mobile phones and other electronic devices
> Phone > Flight mode in Advanced Mode. In Breeze Mobile phones emit electromagnetic waves that may
Mode you need to assign to options. Press Options in affect nearby electronic devices. When it is switched
main screen. Select one of the Unassigned > Options > on, do not place your phone close to delicate electronic
Edit. Press Settings > Flight Mode). The electromagnetic equipment.
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– Dispose of and recycle used batteries in accordance
with local regulations. Do not dispose of batteries by
About the battery burning; they may explode.
usage – Do not use an unauthorized charger.
– Only use the battery for the device for which it is specified
Your phone is powered by a Lithium Ion (Li-Ion) – Only use the battery with a charging device that has
battery. This means that, unlike other forms of battery been qualified with the device per this standard. Use
technology, you can recharge your battery while of an unqualified battery or charger may present a risk
some charge remains without reducing your phone’s of fire, explosion, leakage, or other hazard.
autonomy due to the “battery memory effect” inherent in – Do not short circuit a battery or allow metallic
those technologies. conductive objects to contact battery terminals.
– Replace the battery only with another battery that
– Do not use a damaged battery or charger. has been qualified with the device per this standard,
– Do not disassemble or open crush, bend or deform, IEEE-Std-1725-2006. Use of an unqualified battery
puncture or shred. may present a risk of fire, explosion, leakage or other
– Do not modify or remanufacture, attempt to insert hazard.
foreign objects into the battery, immerse or expose – Promptly dispose of used batteries in accordance with
to water or other liquids, expose to fire, explosion or local regulations.
other hazard. – Battery usage by children should be supervised.
– Do not put your battery into contact with conductive – Avoid dropping the phone or battery. If the phone or
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the user suspects damage, take it to a service center
for inspection. Hearing aid compatibility 02
– Use your battery for the specified purpose only.
– The closer you are to your network’s base station, the
with mobile phones 03
longer your phone usage time because less battery When some mobile phones are used near some hearing 04
power is consumed for the connection. devices (hearing aids and cochlear implants), users may 05
– The battery recharging time varies depending on detect a buzzing, humming, or whining noise. Some
hearing devices are more immune than others to this 06
the remaining battery capacity and the battery and
charger type you use. interference noise, and phones also vary in the amount 07
– Battery life inevitably shortens over time. of interference they generate. 08
– Use an authorized battery and charger only. The wireless telephone industry has developed ratings
– Since overcharging may shorten battery life, remove for some of their mobile phones, to assist hearing device
the phone from its charger once it is fully charged. users in finding phones that may be compatible with
Unplug the charger, once charging is complete. their hearing devices. Not all phones have been rated.
Leaving the battery in hot or cold places, especially Phones that are rated have the rating on their box or a
inside a car in summer or winter, may reduce the label on the box.
capacity and life of the battery. Always keep the The ratings are not guarantees. Results will vary
battery within normal temperatures. depending on the user’s hearing device and hearing
– To prevent injury or burns, ensure that no metal loss. If your hearing device happens to be vulnerable to
objects come into contact with the + and – terminals interference, you may not be able to use a rated phone
of the battery. successfully. Trying out the phone with your hearing
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device is the best way to evaluate it for your personal FCC regulatory compliance
needs. FCC Regulatory Compliance
M-Ratings: Phones rated M3 or M4 meet FCC This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
requirements and are likely to generate less interference Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1)
to hearing devices than phones that are not labeled. M4 this device may not cause harmful interference, and
is the better/higher of the two ratings. (2) this device must accept any interference received,
T-Ratings: Phones rated T3 or T4 meet FCC including interference that may cause undesired
requirements and are likely to be more usable with operation.
a hearing device’s telecoil (“T Switch” or “Telephone
Switch”) than unrated phones. T4 is the better/higher of Your mobile device is a low power radio transmitter
the two ratings. (Note that not all hearing devices have and receiver. When it is ON, it receives and also sends
telecoils in them.) out radio frequency (RF) signals. In August 1996, the
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) adopted
Hearing devices may also be measured for immunity RF exposure guidelines with safety levels for mobile
to this type of interference. Your hearing device devices. Those guidelines are consistent with safety
manufacturer or hearing health professional may help standards previously set by both U.S. and international
you find results for your hearing device. The more standards bodies: American National Standard Institute
immune your hearing aid is, the less likely you are to (ANSI), National Council of Radiation Protection and
experience interference noise from mobile phones. Measurements (NCRP), and International Commission
on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNRP). Those

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standards were based on comprehensive and periodic receiver. 01
evaluations of the relevant scientific literature. The • Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit 02
design of your phone complies with the FCC guidelines different from that to which the receiver is connected. 03
and applicable. • Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV
technician for help. 04
Statement according to FCC part 15.105 05
note: This equipment has been tested and found to Statement according to FCC part 15.21
comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, 06
Modifications not expressly approved by this company
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment. 07
are designed to provide reasonable protection against 08
harmful interference in a residential installation. This RF exposure FCC
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with For body worn operation, to maintain compliance with
the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio FCC RF exposure guidelines, use only accessories
communications. However, there is no guarantee that that contain no metallic components and provide a
interference will not occur in a particular installation. If separation distance of 15mm (0.6 inches) to the body.
this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio Use of other accessories may violate FCC RF exposure
or television reception, which can be determined by turn- guidelines and should be avoided.
ing the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged This device and its antenna must not be co-located
to try to correct the interference by one or more of the or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or
following measures:
transmitter.
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and
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additional protection for the public and to account for
Health and Safety Information FCC any variations in.
This EUT has been shown to be capable of compliance ** This device contains 1800 MHz GSM functions that
for localized specific absorption rate (SAR) for are not operational in U.S. Territories; this filing is
uncontrolled environment/general population exposure applicable only for 850 MHz GSM and 1900 MHz
limits specified in ANSI/IEEE Std. C95.1-1992 and PCS operations.
had been tested in accordance with the measurement
procedures specified in FCC/OET Bulletin 65
Supplement C (2001) and IEEE Std. 1528-2003 Ministry Warranty
of Health (Canada), Safety Code 6. The standards
include a substantial safety margin designed to assure Protect Your Warranty
the safety of all persons, regardless of age and health. Read your Warranty carefully, with the special
The exposure standard for wireless mobile phones consideration to paragraph seven of the Limited
employs a unit of measurement known as the Specific Warranty for your unit.
Absorption Rate, or SAR. The SAR limit set by the FCC “Warranty does not apply to... or to any product or
is 1.6W/kg *. part thereof which has suffered through alteration...
mishandling, misuse, neglect or accident”.
* In the U.S. and Canada, the SAR limit for mobile
phones used by the public is 1.6 watts/kg (W/kg) Many companies are making look alike accessories and
averaged over one gram of tissue. The standard in some cases, promoting that their product is equal to
incorporates a substantial margin of safety to give or better than the Pantech product. Be careful. Some of
these products may not be compatible to use with your
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Pantech product and may damage the unit or cause it to The antenna, key pad, display, rechargeable battery and 01
malfunction. If service is required on your unit and it is battery charger, if included, are similarly warranted for 02
determined that a non-Pantech accessory has created twelve (12) months from date of purchase. 03
the problem with your unit, the Warranty will not apply. This Warranty extends only to consumers who purchase
In addition, if the unit has already suffered irreversible 04
the product in the United States or Canada and it is not
damage by reason of a non-compatible accessory, the transferable or assignable. 05
Warranty will be voided. To protect your Warranty, use 06
only compatible accessories which cannot damage or This Warranty does not apply to:
interfere with the functioning of your Pantech product. 07
(a) Product subjected to abnormal use or conditions,
accident, mishandling, neglect, unauthorized 08
12 Month Limited Warranty alteration, misuse, improper installation or repair or
Pantech Wireless, Inc. (the Company) warrants to improper storage;
the original retail purchaser of this Pantech handheld (b) Product whose mechanical serial number or
portable cellular telephone, that should this product electronic serial number has been removed, altered
or any part thereof during normal consumer usage or defaced.
and conditions, be proven defective in material or (c) Damage from exposure to moisture, humidity,
workmanship that results in product failure within the first excessive temperatures or extreme environmental
twelve (12) months period from the date of purchase, conditions;
such defect(s) will be repaired or replaced (with new or (d) Damage resulting from connection to, or use of
rebuilt parts) at the Company’s option, without charge any accessory or other product not approved or
for parts or labor directly related to the defect(s). authorized by the Company;
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In addition, you may telephone us at (800) 962-8622, or
(e) Defects in appearance, cosmetic, decorative or email us at HandsetHelp@Pantech.com
structural items such as framing and non-operative THE EXTENT OF THE COMPANY’S LIABILITY UNDER
parts; THIS WARRANTY IS LIMITED TO THE REPAIR OR
(f) Product damaged from external causes such as REPLACEMENT PROVIDED ABOVE AND, IN NO
fire, flooding, dirt, sand, weather conditions, battery EVENT, SHALL THE COMPANY’S LIABILITY EXCEED
leakage, blown fuse, theft or improper usage of any THE PURCHASE PRICE PAID BY PURCHASER FOR
electrical source. THE PRODUCT.
The Company disclaims liability for removal or ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING ANY
reinstallation of the product, for geographic coverage, IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR
for inadequate signal reception by the antenna or for FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, SHALL
communications range or operation of the cellular BE LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF THIS WRITTEN
system as a whole. WARRANTY. ANY ACTION FOR BREACH OF
To obtain repairs or replacement within the terms of ANY WARRANTY MUST BE BROUGHT WITHIN A
this Warranty, the product should be delivered with PERIOD OF 18 MONTHS FROM DATE OF ORIGINAL
proof of Warranty coverage (e.g. dated bill of sale), the PURCHASE. IN NO CASE SHALL THE COMPANY
consumer’s return address, daytime phone number and/ BE LIABLE FOR ANY SPECIAL CONSEQUENTIAL
OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES FOR BREACH OF
or fax number and complete description of the problem,
THIS OR ANY OTHER WARRANTY, EXPRESS OR
transportation prepaid, to the Company by calling the IMPLIED, WHATSOEVER. THE COMPANY SHALL
number listed below or to the place of purchase for NOT BE LIABLE FOR THE DELAY IN RENDERING
repair or replacement processing.
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SERVICE UNDER THIS WARRANTY OR LOSS OF 01
USE DURING THE TIME THE PRODUCT IS BEING 02
REPAIRED OR REPLACED. 03
No person or representative is authorized to assume 04
for the Company any liability other than expressed
herein in connection with the sale of this product. Some 05
states or provinces do not allow limitations on how long 06
an implied warranty lasts or the exclusion or limitation 07
of incidental or consequential damage so the above
limitation or exclusions may not apply to you. This 08
Warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may
also have other rights which vary from state to state or
province to province.

PANTECH WIRELESS, INC.


11240 Warland Drive, Cypress, CA 90630
(800) 962-8622

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