Extended User guide

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Phone overview............................................................................5 Getting started..............................................................................7
Additional help....................................................................................7 SIM card and battery...........................................................................7 Charging the battery...........................................................................8 Memory card.......................................................................................8 Turning the phone on and off..............................................................9 Stereo portable handsfree...................................................................9 Aligning the screen..............................................................................9 Navigating...........................................................................................9 Closing an application.......................................................................11 Status icons......................................................................................11 Programs..........................................................................................12 Phone settings..................................................................................13 Update Service.................................................................................15

SlideView.....................................................................................16 Entering text...............................................................................17
Using the hardware keyboard...........................................................17 Using the on-screen keyboard..........................................................17 Text correction options.....................................................................17 Using handwriting features................................................................18 Using Letter Recognizer....................................................................18 Using Block Recognizer....................................................................18 Using Transcriber..............................................................................19 Using Notes......................................................................................19

Panels..........................................................................................20
Switching between panels and applications......................................20 Panel manager..................................................................................20 Favorites view...................................................................................20 List view............................................................................................21 Auto panel switching.........................................................................22 Panel manager settings.....................................................................22 Tilewave panel..................................................................................23 CNN panel........................................................................................23 Pixel City panel..................................................................................24 Growing panel...................................................................................25 Spb Mobile Shell panel......................................................................25 Downloading new panels..................................................................26

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Calling..........................................................................................27
Making and receiving calls.................................................................27 Networks..........................................................................................29 More phone features.........................................................................30 Video call..........................................................................................31

Setting up your phone................................................................33
Basic settings....................................................................................33 Personalizing.....................................................................................33 Customizing phone settings and services..........................................34 Protecting the phone.........................................................................35 Other settings...................................................................................36

Synchronizing.............................................................................38
Before you can synchronize..............................................................38 Synchronization methods..................................................................38 Setting up synchronization................................................................38 Starting synchronization....................................................................39 Synchronizing using a Bluetooth connection.....................................39 Scheduled synchronization................................................................40 Changing which information is synchronized.....................................40 Using Windows Mobile Device Center...............................................40

Personal Information Management..........................................42
Contacts...........................................................................................42

Messaging...................................................................................43
SMS..................................................................................................43 MMS.................................................................................................44 E-mail...............................................................................................47

Company e-mails and appointments.......................................50
Synchronizing your phone with an Exchange Server..........................50 Working with company e-mails.........................................................51 Managing meeting requests..............................................................53 Finding contacts in the Company Directory.......................................54 E-mail security...................................................................................54

Browsing the Web......................................................................56
Connecting to the Internet.................................................................56 Menu options....................................................................................56 Managing Internet Explorer...............................................................57 Calling when browsing......................................................................58

Getting connected......................................................................59
Bluetooth™ technology.....................................................................59 Bluetooth™ modes...........................................................................59 Bluetooth™ partnership....................................................................59 Connecting a Bluetooth™ handsfree or stereo headset....................60
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....................................................................................................................89 4 This is an Internet version of this publication....85 Removing applications....................................................................................62 Internet sharing......................................................................82 FastGPS..........................................................80 Transferring content......80 Games..................................................................................................................................64 Using the video camera..............................................82 Managing your phone.............................................................................................................................73 Multimedia..........................................85 Power saving.......................................................................................Beaming information using a Bluetooth™ connection.........80 PlayNow™.............................................................................................. .........................87 Index..........................................................................................73 Photo and video storage.......................................................................................................................83 Handling content with File Explorer..............................................................................................................................................................................................................82 Using the internal GPS receiver..........73 Viewing photos and videos................................................................................................................................................................83 TV out...............................................................................................77 Radio...............................................60 Wi-Fi (Wireless LAN)......77 Synchronizing music and video............................................................................86 Legal information..............................................................................................76 Streaming media..................................................................................82 Google Maps™ for mobile.........................................................................................62 Camera................85 Resetting the phone............................................................75 Music............................................64 Using the camera..................................................................................................................61 Windows Live Messenger.........................................83 Installing applications...............81 GPS – Location-based services.....75 Video...... © Print only for private use.....................................................73 Sending photos and videos................................................83 Searching information...75 Pictures...........................................................................69 Working with photos and videos....64 Using the still camera........................................................................................................................................................................................................

Phone overview 1 Power key 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. © Print only for private use.5 mm headset/TV-out cable connector 15 Stylus 16 Camera light 17 Camera lens 5 This is an Internet version of this publication. .

© Print only for private use. .18 Volume key 19 Loudspeaker 20 Camera key 21 Strap holder 6 This is an Internet version of this publication.

Slide the SIM card into its holder with the gold-colored contacts facing down. To insert the SIM card 1 2 Remove the battery cover. you have to insert the SIM card and the battery. Use of such programming or services may require separate registration with the third party provider and may be subject to additional terms of use. This User Guide may reference services or applications provided by third parties. please review such website’s terms of use and applicable privacy policy in advance. © Print only for private use. To use the help function in the phone Tap > Help. . • • SIM card and battery Before you start using the phone. Sony Ericsson does not warrant or guaranty the availability or performance of any third-party websites or offered services.Getting started Important information Please read the Important information leaflet before you use your mobile phone. To insert the battery 7 This is an Internet version of this publication. Additional help User guide in the phone An extended User guide and a help function are available in your phone. For applications accessed on or through a third-party website. To use Getting started Tap > Getting started. • To access the User guide in the phone Tap > Help > Sony Ericsson Help.

Press the edge of the memory card to release and remove it. • 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 charge the phone using a computer Connect the phone to a USB port on a computer using the included USB cable provided. Charging the battery The phone battery is partly charged when you buy it. 8 This is an Internet version of this publication. Insert the battery with the Sony Ericsson hologram side up and the connectors facing each other.1 2 Remove the battery cover. To remove a memory card 1 2 Remove the battery cover. • Memory card To insert a memory card 1 2 Remove the battery cover. Insert the memory card with the gold-colored contacts facing down. © Print only for private use.

To turn on Airplane mode Tap > Settings > Communication Manager. Tap . you may purchase them separately. if necessary. Use the stylus and tap each target firmly and accurately. press the power key. . © Print only for private use. you need to align the screen. You need to use the stylus to align the screen. a Quick Start wizard guides you through the initial settings. • 1 2 1 2 Stereo portable handsfree • To use the handsfree Connect the portable handsfree. or when you receive a call or a message. Aligning the screen The first time you turn on the phone. If headphones are not included with the phone. At first startup. To turn on phone mode Tap > Settings > Communication Manager. Tap . The phone is also activated when you slide open the phone. 1 2 To align the screen Tap > Settings > System > Screen > Align Screen. To turn off the phone Press and hold down the power key until a message appears. briefly press the power key. To turn off sleep mode To activate the screen. Navigating You can use the following means to navigate around the screen: 9 This is an Internet version of this publication.Turning the phone on and off To turn on the phone 1 2 1 2 • Press and hold down the power key until the phone starts. Music stops when you receive a call and resumes when the call has ended. You can also re-align your screen. To turn on sleep mode To turn off the screen temporarily and switch the phone to sleep mode. Tap Yes.

To pan continuously. on the touch screen The arrow keys on the keyboard The optical joystick Using the touch screen • • • • • • To highlight or open an item. up or down to move around the screen. touch and hold on the screen. . Press select an item. then drag your finger. drag your finger towards the outer limits of a page and hold. Using the arrow keys To use the arrow keys • Press the arrow keys left. To scroll. Release your finger to stop panning. © Print only for private use. In Microsoft® Internet Explorer®. to Using the optical joystick You can move the highlighted marker in any direction by letting your finger glide over the navigation key. Messaging and Contacts. To copy. tap and hold down the file or folder. tap the screen. or your finger. To stop the screen from scrolling. On some pages you can also slide to the side. Select the preferred action from the options dialog. tap the item. tap the screen and slide up or down. you can use the optical joystick to scroll instead. 10 This is an Internet version of this publication. To pan a page.• • • The stylus. rename or send a file. right.

Tap Status icons You can tap an icon in the status bar to get more information or to start an application. select a time interval. Screen lock • To lock the screen . The following status icons may appear on your screen: GPRS available HSDPA available EDGE available Wi-Fi function enabled Scanning for available Wi-Fi connections Wi-Fi connected 11 This is an Internet version of this publication. To use a screen lock code Tap > Settings > Lock. . To enable mouse simulation Tap > Settings >System > Optical Joystick. © Print only for private use. Press and hold To lock the screen when the slideout keyboard is open Press on the slideout keyboard. To unlock the screen Slide to the left or right on the screen. 1 2 • 1 2 3 Closing an application • To close an application in any application window to close the application.1 2 1 2 To enable key press simulation Tap > Settings > System > Optical Joystick. Checkmark the Prompt if phone unused for box. Mark or unmark the Enable key press simulation check box. Tap Lock. Mark or unmark the Enable Mouse Simulation check box. and enter a code for unlocking the screen. Tap OK > Yes.

Manage your panels. Internet Browse Web and WAP sites as well as download new programs and files from the Internet. all in one place. Keep track of your appointments and create meeting requests. Create. Microsoft® Excel® Mobile Microsoft® OneNote® Mobile Microsoft® PowerPoint® Mobile Microsoft® Word Mobile Today Text Panels Camera Calendar Contacts The Today panel. switch between calls. Make notes and gather information. Send and receive voice messages.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 SMS or MMS. view. Explorer Mobile E-mail Phone Help SlideView Media Send and receive e-mails. Take photos and record video clips. See Help topics for the current screen or program. © Print only for private use. Manage media files such as music. and edit Word documents. 12 This is an Internet version of this publication. Quick access to frequently used phone activities. and games. View PowerPoint slides and presentations. photos. videos. Make and receive calls. Keep track of your friends and colleagues. Create new workbooks or view and edit Excel workbooks. multimedia messages and text messages. and set up conference calling. . Tap to view all Task manager Roaming Stop running program Signal strength No signal Phone radio turned off Voice call in progress Call on hold Sound on Sound off Battery charging Battery full Bluetooth stereo headset detected Synchronization ongoing Bluetooth function on Bluetooth headset connected Programs These are some of the programs that can be found in the Start menu: Description Office Mobile Use the complete suite of Microsoft® Office applications for your phone. Multiple notifications.

Download a variety of exciting content to your phone. Keep track of your tasks. Sign in to your Windows Live account to access your Live Mail messages and send or receive instant messages in Live Messenger. Create handwritten or typed notes. subtraction. animated GIFs and video files in your phone or on a memory card. Share and view videos from all over the world. Internet Sharing Messenger Notes Pictures & Videos Radio Search Phone Settings Streaming Media Tasks Task Manager Windows Live Connect your phone to the Internet using your phone data connection. Search contacts. and other information in your phone. Play any of the pre-installed games. Some programs described in this User guide are not supported by all networks and/or service providers in all areas. calendar and more using SonyEricsson. organize and sort pictures. Perform basic calculations such as addition. © Print only for private use. and division. and voice recordings. View. Use this mobile version of Windows Live™ to find information on the Web. Listen to the radio in your phone.Sony Ericsson Sync YouTube Games Microsoft® Exchange ActiveSync® Adobe™ Reader™ LE Calculator File Explorer Getting Started Synchronise your contacts. find other locations and calculate routes. PlayNow Google Maps™ View your current location. Tailor phone settings to your own liking. Organize and manage files in your phone. 2 Tap and view one of the following settings: • The Personal folder • The System folder • The Connections folder • Bluetooth • Clock & Alarms • Lock • Today • Backlight and Power Management • Communication Manager • Microsoft My Phone 13 This is an Internet version of this publication. password and ring tone as well as transfer music and set up a Bluetooth headset and e-mail. drawings. This is the mobile version of Windows Live™ Messenger. Synchronize information between your phone and a computer or the Exchange Server. Read how to manage basic functions such as making a call and how to set the date and time. a background image. Phone settings To see all available settings 1 Tap > Settings. Manage running applications. View PDF (Portable Document Format) files in your phone. multiplication. . Stream live or on-demand video.com. data.

14 This is an Internet version of this publication. and change the screen text size. Encrypted files are readable only in your phone. 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. Change the screen orientation. Customize phone settings such as ring tone. . Set options for the on-screen keyboard and enter your own words in the dictionary. 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. When this function is enabled and a program error occurs. Download and install Java applications. 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. Adjust the volume of your voice automatically when you are recording. Enter your personal information in your phone. and adjust sensitivity. Enable sounds for events. See information about the firmware version. notifications. to your phone. such as games and tools. Remove programs you installed in your phone. and more. You can also stop currently running programs. and time in your phone. Set the appropriate GPS communication ports. © Print only for private use. currency. Power saving settings. button to end programs immediately when you tap External GPS FastGPS Java™ Managed Programs Memory Microphone AGC Optical Joystick Regional Settings Remove Programs Screen Task Manager TV Output Mode Set the signal type and screen fit mode.Personal Description Input Owner Information Phone Keyboard Sounds & Notifications Set options for each input method. if required. Make Windows® Mobile better by participating in the Customer Experience Improvement Program. Enable key press simulation and mouse simulation. Set the type of notification for different events. date. You can also specify a name for your phone. Improves the time of your GPS positioning by downloading the latest satellite data from the Internet. and more. See the installation history for programs managed in your phone. hardware and identity. See Help for details. Stop running programs and set the this button. System Description About Certificates Clear Storage Backlight and Power Management Customer Feedback Device Information Encryption Error Reporting See basic information such as the Windows® Mobile version and the type of processor used in your phone. Enable or disable the phone error reporting function. Check the phone memory allocation status and memory card information. set a PIN number for your USIM/SIM card. Set the regional configuration to use. Allow files on your memory card to be encrypted. See information about certificates that are installed in your phone. including the format for displaying numbers. realign the screen.

sonyericsson. Enable or disable different communication channels. GPRS and more. Connect your phone with company resources by enrolling in a domain. Configure your phone data connections. Scan for available wireless networks. . CSD Line type and SMS service. so your phone can connect to the Internet or a private local network. and MMS. To use Update Service A USB cable is required for this operation. GPRS. go to www. WAP.Connections Description Beam Connection Setup Connections Set your phone to receive incoming Bluetooth beams. such as GPRS. This is done using the Sony Ericsson Update Service. 1 2 From a PC with an Internet connection. such as phone dialup. based on the detected or selected network operator. Set up one or more types of modem connections for your phone. Set a USB serial connection between your phone and a computer. Follow the instructions to install the latest available software in your phone. 15 This is an Internet version of this publication.com/update. © Print only for private use. Settings for HSPA/HSUPA. Domain Enroll USB to PC Wi-Fi Mobile Data Communication Manager Update Service You can update the software of your phone in order to improve performance.

tap the bar on the left. press . Select another application. tap the activity. emails. © Print only for private use. It gives you an overview of missed incoming activities and notifies you of any missed calls. SlideView includes access to: • • • • • • • • Call history Messages Calendar Media PlayNow Sony Ericsson Sync Panel Manager To open SlideView Press .SlideView SlideView provides you with quick access to frequently used phone activities. Press to return to the application you started in SlideView. To switch between SlideView and applications When using an application in SlideView. To go back to the SlideView main view. and text messages. tap the bar on the left until you get to the main view. . To go back to the previous view. To navigate SlideView 1 2 3 To open a phone activity. 1 2 3 16 This is an Internet version of this publication. or press .

Entering text To enter text and characters. Handwriting recognition features such as Block Recognizer. Letter Recognizer or Transcriber. You can set different options in the text correction menu. To enter a number or a symbol. then tap Keyboard. To select input languages Tap > Settings > Personal > Keyboard > Languages. next word prediction. To enter punctuation marks and symbols using the on-screen keyboard at the bottom of the screen. press To use all number or symbol keys. Text correction options Text correction helps you enter text faster by suggesting words as you enter letters. The on-screen keyboard uses a builtin dictionary. again. To verify entries or exit the program in use. tap Tap . then tap Keyboard. . and then press the relevant key. To type a single upper-case letter. tap the text input icon Tap . for example. press twice. you can use: • • • The slideout keyboard. tap the letters on the on-screen keyboard. 17 This is an Internet version of this publication. You can switch to one of your selected input languages when you enter text by tapping the . © Print only for private use. In a program. To select a suggestion. you need to select the languages you want to use when writing. press the space key. 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 To enter text using the on-screen keyboard at the bottom of the screen. auto-append and auto-substitution. To enter text. press the letter key first. Mark the language check boxes that you want to add to the list. Select a punctuation mark or a symbol. To use all upper-case letters. Tap . 1 2 Using the on-screen keyboard You can use the on-screen keyboard to enter text. To change input language for the on-screen keyboard Tap > Settings > Personal > Keyboard > Languages. and then press until the required character appears. Select the desired languages. press the relevant letter keys. press . press To type accented characters. In a program. Input language Before you start entering letters. press twice and enter the relevant numbers or symbols. spell correction. The on-screen keyboard. press and then press the relevant letter key. To change back to all lower-case letters. Using the hardware keyboard • • • • • • • To type lower-case letters.

write in the 123 (right) area of the box. write in the abc (left) area of the box. numbers. Select options. You can get help and view writing demos by tapping beside the writing area. symbols. Block Recognizer is available when text entry is possible. Using Letter Recognizer With Letter Recognizer. numbers and punctuation marks. and symbols in the designated writing area: • To enter letters. tap in either area of the box and write the desired character. To use Letter Recognizer 1 In a program. Tap Add and write a word. you use a single stroke to write letters. Tap the . • To enter numbers. You can get help and view writing demos by tapping beside the writing area. > Settings > 1 2 3 4 To add words to the dictionary Tap > Settings > Personal > Keyboard > My words. write in the 123 (right) area of the box. • To enter symbols and punctuation. or tap and select from the on-screen symbol keyboard. Letter Recognizer or Transcriber. tap the input icon at the bottom of the screen. • To enter lower-case letters. write in the abc (middle) area of the box. tap the input icon at the bottom of the screen. which are then converted into typed text. you can write individual letters. numbers. Handwriting recognition features may not be available in all languages.1 2 To set text correction options Tap > Settings > Personal > Keyboard > Text correction. and then tap Block Recognizer. To use Block Recognizer 1 In a program. Using Block Recognizer With Block Recognizer. Tap Done. Using handwriting features • • In a program. tap . 2 Write characters. tap . tap . For help writing characters using Block Recognizer. and then tap a method. write in the 123 (right) area of the box. write in the ABC (left) area of the box. • To enter symbols and punctuation. • To enter numbers. . or tap and select from the on-screen symbol keyboard. tap . and symbols in the designated writing area: • To enter upper-case letters. © Print only for private use. and then tap Letter Recognizer. numbers. which are then converted into typed text. and punctuation. For more information about the different options in the text correction menu go to Personal > Keyboard > Text correction > Help. 2 Write characters. tap the input icon at the bottom of the screen. 18 This is an Internet version of this publication. Letter Recognizer is available when text entry is possible.

To use Transcriber In a program. then drag it to the desired location. in the 1 2 3 • 1 2 3 1 2 To enter punctuation and symbols using Transcriber in the Transcriber toolbar. tap OK. For more information about using Transcriber. Your handwriting is then converted into typed text. in cursive. Tap a letter. you can write anywhere on the screen. Write anywhere on the screen using the stylus. Your handwriting will be converted to text shortly after you lift the stylus from the screen. select from the three tabs at the bottom of the Tap screen and make the changes you require. Tap OK to close the Transcriber introductory screen that appears. . Tap Select punctuation or symbols as needed. print. or a combination of both styles. 19 This is an Internet version of this publication. tap in the Transcriber toolbar. tap and hold the title bar.Using Transcriber With Transcriber. To close the Letter Shapes screen. You can draw or write directly on the screen and save notes in your own handwriting. tap the input icon at the bottom of the screen. To reposition the punctuation and symbols keyboard. tap . Using Notes You can use Notes to enter various kinds of information. You can also create a stand-alone recording (voice note) or you can add a recording to a note. then tap on one of the shapes at the top of the screen for a demo. and then tap Transcriber. © Print only for private use. To view Transcriber handwriting demos Tap in the Transcriber toolbar. To change Transcriber settings in the Transcriber toolbar. For more information about handwriting recognition and gestures in Transcriber. tap Transcriber toolbar.

Switching between panels and applications • • • In a panel or an application. You can double press to enter the panel view directly. and download new panels.Panels The Panels interface lets you personalize your standby screen. to return to the most recently used panel. 20 This is an Internet version of this publication. press to return to the most recently used panel. From a panel view. edit settings for the auto panel switching and download new panels. set panels to switch automatically. © Print only for private use. To open and close panel views 1 2 Press . Some panels described in this User guide are not supported by all networks and/or service providers in all areas. You can view your chosen panels in different views. Panel manager With the panel manager you can display the panels in different views. Tap Panels. double press to go to Favorites view. You can set panels as favorites from the List view. Favorites view List view Auto Panel switching Settings Favorites view Your nine favorite panels are displayed in this view. . press In an application you started from the Start menu.

. Tap Favorite. You can also filter the list of displayed panels. 21 This is an Internet version of this publication. Tap Download. © Print only for private use. download new panels and read information about some of them. Select the filter Free or Premium.• To open a panel from the Favorites view Tap the panel you want to open. 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 3 To open a panel from List view Scroll through the list until the desired panel is highlighted. . To download new panels from List view From the List view. The filters Free and Premium will be available as supported by the PlayNow Arena. tap . To filter panels From the List view. List view In List view you can set panels as favorites. To add a panel to your Favorites From the List view. select a panel. Tap Activate. tap Select a filter.

1 2 3 Timeline Added panels in timeline Available panel list • To change the time in the timeline or In Auto panel switching view.Enable or disable data connection to be used to update information about the panels from PlayNow 22 This is an Internet version of this publication. the Update is disabled 3 Get more panels . tap .Turn Auto panel switching on or off 2 Release information/Update . Panel manager settings 1 Auto panel switching on/off . If the current Panel manager application is the latest version. © Print only for private use.Download the latest version of the Panel manager application. To remove panels from the timeline Drag the panels you want to remove from the timeline to the available panel list.Download new panels for your device 4 Use Data Connection . • • To add panels to the timeline Drag the panels you want from the available panel list to the timeline. .Auto panel switching Auto panel switching changes the current panel automatically at a selected time.

Enter the city name and tap Search. To view RSS feeds Tap . and weather are updated automatically when you select a city. Select a city and tap OK. You can change RSS feed source and choose how often you want the RSS feeds to be updated. Tap on the check box to enable the new RSS feed source. Tap the Select city box. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 City Time Date/Calendar Messages Calculator RSS feed Weather Contacts Settings 1 2 3 4 • To change city Tap and tap the Time tab. Tap beside an empty check box and enter the address for the RSS feed source. . then tap the RSS tab. Mark the Web feeds enabled check box. and you are connected to the Internet. Tap OK. You can access the features with a single tap. To change the update frequency of the RSS feeds Tap . Select an update frequency from the drop-down list and tap OK. © Print only for private use. 23 This is an Internet version of this publication. To change an RSS feed source Tap and tap the RSS tab. date. Time.Tilewave panel This panel gives you an overview of features through a 3D interface. 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 CNN panel The CNN panel gives you an overview of the latest news around the world.

© Print only for private use. Latest news Scroll between the latest news and use filters to show specific news. Select a filter and tap it. Enter the name of a city and press . Many details and visual behaviours are connected to different features. 1 2 Messages and e-mails. 24 This is an Internet version of this publication. 1 2 3 To change the time and weather Tap Add city. Select a city from the search list and tap OK. 1 2 To change filters Tap All topics.1 2 3 Time and weather Latest news Filter Time and weather The time and weather are updated automatically when you enter a city name and are connected to the Internet. the train will appear. Pixel City panel You can access a number of features through the Pixel City panel. You can discover the whole city by flicking to the sides. . When there is a calendar appointment coming up in the day. Calendar appointments.

the mushroom withers. Google website. E-mails. Sony Ericsson website. the signal strength is high. 11 Wi-Fi on/off. 10 Calls. When the Bluetooth function is off. Signal level. A red airplane will fly in and stop on the runway after you miss a phone call. The musicians play music at the bandstand in the park when the phone is not in silent mode. Messages. The numbers of daisies visible indicates the Wi-Fi signal strength. The Spb Mobile Shell Lifestyle can be customized for your 25 This is an Internet version of this publication. The ivy plant indicates the phone battery level. The fountain will flow with water when the Bluetooth function is on. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Time and date. © Print only for private use.06:00). Calendar appointments. Battery level. The number of flags indicates the signal level. Sycamore seeds falls randomly when silent mode is turned off. The number of filled car park levels indicates battery level status. . A butterfly flies in four hours prior to a calendar appointment. Calls. Growing panel The Growing panel notifies you about different activities. The musicians disappear under the bandstand when silent mode is on. The mushroom grows when the Bluetooth function is turned on. The Bluetooth function. Wi-Fi. Signal level. Spb Mobile Shell panel There are two types of the Spb Mobile Shell panel. Lifestyle and Professional. A firefly comes in the night time (18:00 . Battery level. 10 Silent mode. The Bluetooth function. An open flower indicates you have unread messages.3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Silent mode. The view of the Growing panel changes depending on the time and date. An open flower indicates you have unread e-mail messages. When the foxglove is extended with open flowers. An open flower indicates that you have missed calls. The air control tower will emit signal waves when Wi-Fi is on. The Spb Mobile Shell Professional panel is more work-orientated with the calendar and appointments as a main view. Google Maps. 12 Time and date. When the Bluetooth function is turned off. the fountain is still. in place of the butterfly.

Downloading new panels • To download new panels From the Panel settings view.own needs. . tap Get more panels. See www. © Print only for private use.com for more information. 26 This is an Internet version of this publication.spbsoftwarehouse. The panel extends outside the screen so you have more space to add shortcuts or widgets.

Press If the keypad is not visible. Tap and hold to access your voicemail Tap and hold to get the + sign.Calling Making and receiving calls You can use your phone to make. the international call prefix Tap to access Contacts Speed dial. or tap and hold to erase the whole number 1 2 3 4 To make a call using the keypad . Tap to access your speed dial entries Keypad. tap this key to make a call Speed dial. To end a call To end an ongoing call. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Call key. . Contacts or Call history screen Voicemail. Enter the phone number. tap . 27 This is an Internet version of this publication. To make or receive a phone call. Making calls Phone screen overview Press to start the dialer. You can also dial directly from Contacts or from the Call History. receive and keep track of calls and messages. After dialing. starting with the area code. Tap . © Print only for private use. Tap to access the logged call information Keypad. by tapping the number keys. Tap to erase each subsequent digit of an entered number. your phone must be within range of a network. Tap to hide the keypad 10 Delete. Tap to show or hide the keypad Call History. press • .

Tap . © Print only for private use. Press Tap Menu > Options. To reject a call with a text message When you get an incoming call. Tap Send to send the text message to the caller. Mark the Reject call with text message: check box. such as phone numbers. 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 To enable the Reject call with text message feature . 1 2 3 4 5 6 The Call History You can view information about answered. Tap the number you want to call. . Press Tap . tap Send text message. To reject a call and send a busy tone When you get an incoming call. 1 2 To open the Call History .1 2 3 4 To make international calls Press . Press Tap . press • . Tap the number you want to call. Enter the country/region code. date. Modify the text. • To turn off the ringtone without answering a call Press the volume key. Tap the contact to see all of the contact's phone numbers. 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. 28 This is an Internet version of this publication. time and call length. Scroll to the contact you want to call. Before you use this feature you need to enable it. To make a call from the Call History . Tap and hold down until the international call prefix + appears. then tap the Advanced tab. Hide the keypad if necessary. Scroll through all calls and tap the entry you want to view. dialled and missed or rejected calls. Press Tap . Enter the text message that should be sent to the calling party when you reject a call. if necessary. 1 2 3 4 Receiving calls • To answer a call Press . Tap OK. area code (without the initial zero) and phone number. To make a call from Contacts .

This is called roaming. Tap Add to Favorites. . You can store speed dial numbers in positions 2 to 99 (position 1 is reserved for your voicemail). Tap Tap and hold down on the contact you want to assign to the speed dial key.. Speed Dial You can use Speed Dial to speed up dialing to the contacts that you call most frequently. If you. other emergency numbers may also be promoted. for example. You can normally use these numbers to make emergency calls in any country. © Print only for private use. your phone must be within range of a network. 29 This is an Internet version of this publication. or look it up on the SIM card. 1 2 3 4 5 6 To create a Speed Dial entry Press . if your first preferred network is unavailable. your phone will try to access your second preferred network. tap the first number key and then tap and hold the second number key. 112 or 911. if not already displayed. Your network operator may therefore have saved additional local emergency numbers on the SIM card. If it is not within range. for example. with or without the SIM card inserted. you just tap and hold number key 3 on the Phone keypad. 1 2 3 4 To make an emergency call Press . the contact must already exist in Contacts. if available. Dial the local emergency number. which will be used as the speed dial number for this contact.Emergency calls Your phone supports international emergency numbers. . For example. tap . Network coverage To make or receive a phone call. Networks You can view which mobile phone networks are available and arrange them in the order that you want your phone to access them. want to call the contact you have stored in position 3. Tap .. 1 2 To enter network settings and tap Menu > Options. it automatically selects your home network if it is within range. Roaming When you turn on your phone.. In some countries. To call a contact stored in positions 10 to 99. Select the phone number you want to be assigned to the speed dial key. To display the Phone keypad. Press Tap the Network tab and enter the settings. Select an available position. you can use another network that is accepted by your operator. Network settings You can set how your phone should choose an available network when you are outside your operator coverage area. if you are within range of a network. Before you can create a Speed Dial entry.

Smart Dialing Your phone uses the Smart Dialing feature. Before you use this feature. Phone services may include Call Forwarding. you need to enable it. Conference calls With a conference call. Under Network selection. you can have a joint conversation with up to five people. select Manual. Tap Menu > Options and tap the Network tab Tap Set Networks and follow the instructions on the screen to arrange the networks according to your preferences. No settings can be entered for this feature. To adjust the default ear speaker volume Tap the status icon . © Print only for private use. You can contact your wireless service provider to find out more about the availability of services for your phone. Move the on-screen volume slider to the desired level by tapping and dragging it. and allow you to access and change the settings of various phone services. The list of available networks is then displayed. To set preferred networks Press . A filtered list of phone numbers or contact names is shown. your phone automatically searches for a match in Contacts. on the SIM card or in the Call History. 1 2 3 To set up a conference call Make a call. In the Network selection list. When you start entering a phone number or a contact name. Phone services Your phone can directly link to your mobile phone network. Tap Menu > Conference. 1 2 3 4 5 6 More phone features • 1 2 3 To adjust the ear speaker volume during a call Press the volume key up or down. tap ok to return to the Network tab. Tap . Tap ok.1 2 3 To view available networks Press . or accept a new incoming call. After arranging the networks in the preferred order. Adding a contact to Contacts after a call This feature means you can save a new phone number automatically to Contacts after a call. 30 This is an Internet version of this publication. Tap Menu > Options and tap the Network tab. Put the call on hold and make a new call. from which you can select a number to dial. Call Waiting. which makes it easy for you to dial a phone number. Voicemail and more. select Automatic. .

or during a video call. Scroll through all calls to find the entry you want. Press Tap . Tap Menu > Options. © Print only for private use. and to choose which camera to use. In the Show still image drop-down menu. Tap the entry and tap Menu > Video Call. tap to make it visible. 1 2 3 4 5 6 31 This is an Internet version of this publication. Tap the Advanced tab. Mark or unmark the More options: check boxes depending on what information you want to be displayed during a video call. Video call Video call lets you make or receive a call with a two-way live video stream. To enter video call settings . Video call settings You can change the video call settings in two ways: • • During a video call. to control the image presentation. Tap OK. Tap Menu > Video Call. you can tap the control buttons on the video call screen to turn your microphone on or off. These settings are preferably entered before you start making a call. Tap Menu > Video Call. If the phone keypad is not visible. 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 To make a video call using the keypad Press . This can also be controlled with the control buttons on the screen. In the Video screen preference: drop-down menu. Mark or unmark the Camera options: check boxes depending on how you want to use your cameras. Enter the phone number you want to call by tapping the keys on the phone keypad. To make or receive a video call. you must have access to a 3G (UMTS) network. select how you want the video feeds to be displayed on the screen. To make a video call from Contacts . you can tap Menu > Video call settings to enter more comprehensive settings. Scroll to the contact you want to call. To make a video call from Call History . select an image that is displayed if you stop your camera. Mark the check box Add new phone number to Contacts at the end of call. . Press Tap .1 2 3 4 5 To enable the automatic saving of phone numbers after a call Press . Press Tap Menu > Video call settings. From the Phone screen.

Tap repeatedly to cycle through the available image display options Switch camera. Tap to mute or unmute your microphone Camera on/off. Tap to stop or resume the outgoing video feed. .Using Video call control keys 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Incoming video call window Outgoing video call window Microphone on/off. Tap to toggle between the video call or the main camera 32 This is an Internet version of this publication. When stopped. © Print only for private use. a still image is shown Keypad on/off Swap windows.

Setting up your phone
Basic settings
Owner information
If Owner information is displayed on the Today screen, it is easier for someone to return your phone to you if it is lost. 1 2 1 2 3 4 To enter owner information Tap > Settings > Personal > Owner Information. On the Identification tab, enter your personal information. To display owner information when the phone is turned on Tap > Settings > Personal > Owner Information. Tap the Identification tab and enter the information needed. Tap the Notes tab and add additional text you want to be displayed, for example, reward if found. Tap OK.

Time and date
1 2 1 2 3 To set the time and date Tap > Settings > Clock & Alarms. Tap the Time tab. To set the time and date for a different location Tap > Settings > Clock & Alarms. Tap the Time tab. Select the correct time zone and change the time or date.

Regional settings
The style in which numbers, currency, dates, and times are displayed is specified in regional settings. 1 2 3 To change regional settings Tap > Settings > System > Regional Settings. On the Region tab, select your region from the list. To customize settings further, tap the appropriate tabs and select the desired options.
Changing region does not change the Operating System language of your phone. The region you select determines which options will be available on the other tabs.

Personalizing
Personalizing the Today Screen
The Today screen shows your upcoming appointments, active tasks, and information about incoming messages. You can customize what to display on the Today screen.

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To customize the Today screen Tap > Settings > Today. On the Appearance tab, select the desired theme for the background of the Today screen. On the Items tab, select the items you want to appear on the Today screen.
The default Today screen displays the items that you selected. If you make other selections the Windows Default will be unchecked.

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To change the order of items displayed on the Today screen Tap > Settings > Today. Tap the Items tab. Tap Move Up or Move Down. To use a custom background image Tap > Settings > Today. Mark the Use this picture as the background check box, and tap Browse to view a list of your picture files. Tap the file name of the picture you want to use. Tap ok.
For best viewing it is recommended that the image is saved as 480x800.

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To set options for displaying appointments on the Today screen Tap > Settings > Today. Tap the Items tab. Tap the word Calendar and not the check box. Tap Options. Do any of the following: • Select Next appointment to show only the next appointment in your schedule, or Upcoming appointments to show multiple appointments. • Unmark the Display all events check box if you do not want to display all-day events. To set options for displaying tasks on the Today screen Tap > Settings > Today. Tap the Items tab. Tap Tasks. You need to tap the word Tasks and not the checkbox. Tap Options. Do any of the following: • Under Display number of, mark check boxes for the type of tasks you want to appear on the Home screen. • In the Category list, select whether to display only tasks assigned to a specific category or to display all tasks.

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Customizing phone settings and services
You can customize phone settings, such as the ring type and ring tone to be used for incoming calls, and the keypad tone to be used when entering phone numbers. You can also set up your phone to use phone services such as Call Waiting, Call Forwarding and more. • To access phone settings and services Tap > Settings > Personal > Phone.

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Ringer settings
1 2 3 To change ring type and ring tone for an incoming call Tap > Settings > Personal > Sounds & Notifications > the Incoming call tab. Select Ring type. Select Ring tone.

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. Phone services may include Call Forwarding, Call Waiting, Voicemail and more. You can contact your wireless service provider to find out more about the availability of services for your phone. 1 2 3 To access and change settings for phone services Tap > Settings > Personal > Phone > the Services tab. Select the service you want to use, then tap Get Settings.... Choose your desired options, then tap ok.

Protecting the phone
You can protect the phone from unauthorized or accidental use by activating locks.

SIM protection
This lock only protects your subscription. Your phone will work with a new SIM card. If the lock is on, you have to enter a PIN (Personal Identity Number). If you enter your PIN incorrectly three times in a row, the SIM card is blocked and you need to enter your PUK (Personal Unblocking Key). Your PIN and PUK are supplied by your network operator. 1 2 3 4 To activate SIM protection Press . Tap Menu > Options > the Security tab. Mark the Require PIN when phone is used check box. Tap OK.
Your PIN is supplied by your network operator.

Phone protection
You can stop unauthorised use of your phone. Change the phone lock code (0000) to any four-to-eight-digit personal code.
It is important that you remember your new code. If you forget it, you need to take your phone to your local Sony Ericsson retailer.

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To activate phone protection Tap > Settings > Lock. Mark the Prompt if device is unused for check box, and tap a time. Select Password type, confirm the password and tap ok.

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To edit the PIN Press . Select Menu > Tools > Options > the Security tab. Mark the Require PIN when phone is used check box. Tap Change PIN. Enter your PIN and select Enter. Enter a new four-to-eight-digit PIN and select Enter. Re-enter the new PIN and select Enter.
If New PIN does not match appears, you entered the new PIN incorrectly. If Incorrect PIN appears, you entered the old PIN incorrectly.

IMEI number
Keep a copy of your IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity) number in case your phone is stolen. To view your IMEI number

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You can find the IMEI number under the battery. To encrypt data on your storage card Tap > Settings > the System tab > Encryption. Mark the Encrypt files placed on a storage card check box.
• • Encrypted files can be read only on the phone that encrypted them. Encrypted files are opened just like other files, provided you are using the phone that encrypted them. There is no separate step for you to take to read these files.

If Encrypt files placed on storage cards is or was enabled before, then backup all files from the storage card before using Clear Storage, hard reset or updating the ROM system software. Otherwise you will no longer be able to access the encrypted files on the storage card. Use Exchange ActiveSync® or Windows Mobile Device Center to transfer files between your storage card and computer. After the procedure, copy your files back to the storage card.

Other settings
Phone name
The phone name is used to identify your phone in the following situations: • • • Synchronizing with a computer Connecting to a network Restoring information from a backup
If you synchronize multiple phones with the same computer, each phone must have a unique name.

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To change the phone name Tap > Settings > System > About. Tap the Device ID tab. Enter a new name.
The phone name must begin with a letter, consist of letters from A to Z, numbers from 0 to 9, and cannot contain spaces. Use the underscore character to separate words.

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Display settings
1 2 To increase or decrease the size of text on the screen Tap > Settings > System > Screen > the Text Size tab. Move the slider to increase or decrease the text size.

Alarms and notifications
1 2 3 4 5 To set an alarm Tap > Settings > Clock & Alarms > the Alarms tab. Tap Description and enter a name for the alarm. Tap the day of the week for the alarm. You can select multiple days by tapping each desired day. Tap the time to open a clock and set the time for the alarm. Tap the alarm icon to specify the type of alarm you want. To choose a sound, tap the list next to the Play sound check box and select a sound. Tap OK to confirm.
The alarm will not sound if the phone is turned off.

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To choose how to be notified about events or actions Tap > Settings > Sounds & Notifications. On the Sounds tab, choose how you want to be notified by marking the appropriate check boxes. On the Notifications tab, tap an event name and choose how you want to be notified by marking the appropriate check boxes. You can choose from several options, such as a special sound, a message, or a flashing light.

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see Bluetooth™ partnership on page 59. Wireless connection – Synchronize with an Exchange Server using Exchange ActiveSync® or Windows Mobile Device Center. the synchronization starts automatically. wherever you are. • • If you are using Windows XP you should first install Exchange ActiveSync® before you can set up synchronization. 1 2 Synchronization methods After you have installed the synchronization software.5 or later. tasks and notes Media – photos. To install Exchange ActiveSync® Go to www. videos and music Favorites – Web page bookmarks under Mobile Favorites Files – Microsoft® Office documents. see To set up synchronization in Windows Vista on page 39. 38 This is an Internet version of this publication. but you need to set up synchronization. contacts.sonyericsson. If your computer uses Windows Vista®. you can synchronize your phone with your computer using one of these methods: • • • USB connection – When you connect a USB cable between your phone and a computer. If you are using Windows Vista you may not need to install any software. and more Before you can synchronize Before you can synchronize. you should use Microsoft® Exchange ActiveSync® 4. Follow the on-screen instructions to install the software.com/X2support to download the latest version of the Exchange ActiveSync® application to your computer. © Print only for private use. Setting up synchronization • • If your computer uses Windows XP® or other compatible Windows operating system. For more information. see To install Exchange ActiveSync® on page 38 and To set up synchronization in Windows XP on page 39. Bluetooth connection – You must first set up a Bluetooth partnership between your phone and the computer before you can start the synchronization. You are recommended to synchronize frequently in order to keep the information in your phone and computer up-to-date.Synchronizing By regularly synchronizing your data you can always keep the information in your phone up-to-date. you need to install and set up the synchronization software on your computer. You can synchronize several types of information between your phone and a computer: • • • • Microsoft® Outlook® information – e-mail messages. which is part of the operating system. . you should use Windows® Mobile Device Center. For more information. calendar items. pdf files. For more information.

To synchronize your phone with the computer. Tap Sync. see Bluetooth™ partnership> on page 59. Starting synchronization • To start synchronization from Exchange ActiveSync® on a computer Connect your phone to the computer using the USB cable. turn off the Bluetooth function when not in use. Phone: Tap > ActiveSync. see To install Exchange ActiveSync® on page 38. For more information. The computer must have built-in Bluetooth functionality. . Click Set up your device. To start synchronization from Windows® Mobile Device Center on a computer Connect your phone to the computer using the USB cable. For more information.1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 To set up synchronization in Windows XP Install Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync® on the computer. Make sure the Bluetooth function in both your phone and the computer is turned on and that the devices are set to visible. The Synchronization Setup Wizard automatically starts and guides you through the creation of a synchronization partnership. see To turn on Bluetooth™ functionality and make your phone visible on page 59. Select the information types that you want to synchronize. Select the information types that you want to synchronize. mark the Synchronize directly with a server running Microsoft Exchange check box and click Next. See Help in the phone for instructions. 1 2 3 4 Set up Windows® Mobile Device Center or Exchange ActiveSync® on the computer. For more information. Exchange ActiveSync® opens automatically and the synchronization starts. Click Finish. Computer: Click Start > All Programs > Windows Mobile Device Center. or you must use a Bluetooth adapter or dongle together with the computer. and click Set Up. To synchronize using a Bluetooth link If this is the first time you connect to this computer using a Bluetooth link. To set up synchronization in Windows Vista Connect your phone to the computer using the USB cable. To start synchronization from Exchange ActiveSync® in the phone Connect your phone to the computer using the USB cable. Type a name for your phone. © Print only for private use. To conserve battery power. then click Next. Phone: Tap Menu > Connect via Bluetooth. Computer: The Windows® Mobile Device Center automatically starts. Connect the phone to the computer using the USB cable that comes with the phone. Phone: Tap > ActiveSync. Computer: Click Next. at the lower left part of the Windows® Mobile Device Center window. you must first complete the Bluetooth wizard in your phone and set up a Bluetooth partnership between your phone and the computer. 39 This is an Internet version of this publication. Click 1 2 3 1 2 3 Synchronizing using a Bluetooth connection You can connect and synchronize your phone with a computer using a Bluetooth connection.

Select a time interval in the Off-peak times box. Computer: Click Start > All Programs > Windows Mobile Device Center. This allows you to set the download size limit. 1 2 3 1 2 3 To access synchronization settings using Windows Vista Connect your phone to your computer using the USB cable. set the values in the Peak times and Off-peak times boxes to Manually. Click Pictures. either on your phone or on the computer. Click Mobile Device Settings > Connection settings. Tap Adjust peak times to fit your schedule to set the days and hours that make up your peak and off-peak times. specify the time period of information to download. With scheduled synchronization you can set a regular schedule for synchronizing Outlook e-mail and other information.Scheduled synchronization Scheduled synchronization allows you to set specific times for when your phone should connect and synchronize with the Exchange Server. Tap Menu > Options. To change synchronization settings for an information type. Mark the check boxes for the items you want to synchronize. Computer: Click Start > All programs > Windows Mobile Device Center. This is an alternative to Direct Push. You can set how often to synchronize during peak times (which usually refer to your working hours) when e-mail volume is high. A wizard will guide you through the process. To tag and transfer photos from your phone using Vindows Vista Connect your phone to your computer using the USB cable. © Print only for private use. . View documents and other files in your phone See Windows Mobile Device Center Help for more information. Before changing the synchronization settings on your phone it must be disconnected from the computer. Mark the Send/receive when I click Send check box. where all changes and new items are immediately pushed from your phone to a computer and from the computer to your phone. 1 2 3 4 5 6 To set up scheduled synchronization Tap > ActiveSync. select it and tap Settings. and more. 1 2 3 4 To change which information is synchronized Tap > ActiveSync. as well as off-peak times when e-mail volume is low. 40 This is an Internet version of this publication. Tap Menu > Schedule. Changing which information is synchronized You can change the information types and the amount of information to synchronize for each type. Using Windows Mobile Device Center In Windows Mobile Device Center you can: • • • • Access synchronization settings to view and change them Tag and transfer photos from your phone to the Photo Gallery on your Windows Vista PC Synchronize music and video files using Windows Media® Player. To disable all scheduled synchronization. Select a time interval in the Peak times box for how frequently you want to receive e-mail. Music and Video > X new pictures/video clips are available for import.

Computer: Click Start > All Programs > Windows Mobile Device Center. Music and Video > Add media to your device from Windows Media Player. 1 2 3 41 This is an Internet version of this publication. Click File Management > Browse the contents of your device. Click Pictures. . To view documents and files in your phone using Windows Vista Connect your phone to your computer using the USB cable.1 2 3 To synchronize music and video files using Windows Media Player Connect your phone to your computer using the USB cable. © Print only for private use. Computer: Click Start > All Programs > Windows Mobile Device Center on your Windows Vista computer.

There are three types of contacts that you can create on your phone: • Microsoft® Office Outlook® contacts. your calendar and more. see Windows Live Messenger. This photo appears on the Phone screen when you receive a call from the contact. Windows Live™ contacts. tap the Ring tone field. For more information. Just like Outlook contacts. Contacts that are stored on the SIM card. To copy a contact from the SIM card The SIM contacts are marked with . which can be created on your phone or synchronized with your computer or the Exchange Server. To assign a ring tone to the contact. Select Menu > Save to Contacts. Only the name and a phone number can be stored for each entry. If someone who is not in your list of contacts calls you.Personal Information Management Personal Information Management (PIM) includes handling of contacts. 42 This is an Internet version of this publication. In the File as field. instant messaging (IM) names. e-mail addresses. you can also enter complete information for a Windows Live contact. 1 2 3 4 5 6 To add an Outlook contact Tap > Contacts. You can also add a picture and assign a ring tone to an Outlook contact. SIM contacts.. Tap New. tap Select a picture. • • Managing contacts Use Contacts to create and save contacts on your phone memory or your SIM card. and a lot more. To add a photo of the contact. Finish by tapping OK. 1 2 3 Tap > Contacts.. then select a desired ring tone. Contacts that you communicate with using Windows Live™ Messenger or MSN. company and home addresses and information such as job title.. Contacts Contacts is your address book and information storage for the people and businesses you communicate with. Contacts that are stored on your phone. Tap the contact. you can create a contact from Call History by tapping and holding a phone number and then tapping Save to Contact from the shortcut menu. © Print only for private use. 1 2 3 To save a contact on the SIM card Tap > Contacts. Tap the contact. select Outlook Contact and enter the contact information. . Select Menu > Save to SIM. choose how you want the contact name to appear in the contact list. You can also add Windows Live™ contacts after you have set up Windows Live™ on your phone. For each contact you can store phone numbers. then select the picture file or tap Camera to take a photo of the contact. tasks. scroll through the list of tones. birthday.

To open a text or multimedia message Tap > Text. Before you use SMS.. Tap the folder you want to open. select an account.. 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 1 2 3 To create and send a text message Tap > Text. tap Menu > Tools > Options. From the account picker. Tap the desired conversation. © Print only for private use. Tap the text or multimedia message. you should contact your service provider. you must have a service center number. You can simply tap the type of message that you want to open. To navigate between folders Tap > Text. Enter the phone number manually or tap To: to add a phone number from Contacts.. . Select the Request message delivery notification check box. To configure messaging account settings Tap Menu > Options on the account picker screen. Tap the Request deliver notifications check box. The number is supplied by your service provider and is usually saved on the SIM card the first time you start your device with the SIM inserted. Tap Menu > Go To > Folders. If not.. When you receive new messages. tap Menu > Go To to switch to other types of messaging accounts. To always receive a delivery notification In the text message list. Tap Messages. To request a delivery notification while composing a new message Tap Menu > Message Options. 43 This is an Internet version of this publication. > E-mail for e-mail To select a messaging account from a message list When viewing a list of messages. To configure messaging account settings from a message list Tap Menu > Tools > Options. Tap Send. Tap Menu > New > Text message. 1 2 • To select a messaging account Tap > Text for text and multimedia messages. Tap the text area and enter the text. you can open them from the Today screen. 1 2 3 1 2 3 • • SMS You can send short text messages up to 160 characters long to other mobile phones using SMS (Short Message Service). or tap messages. and e-mails in your phone. multimedia messages (MMS)...Messaging You can receive text messages (SMS).

Tap a conversation list. you can include pictures. To copy text messages to the SIM card Tap > Text. In the messages list. Enter a subject.Receiving text messages Text messages are automatically received when the phone function is turned on. Copying them to your phone results in duplicate messages in the Inbox folder when your SIM card is in use. Tap Insert Audio to insert audio. To copy text messages from the SIM card Tap > Text. Tap Menu > New > Multimedia Message. MMS In a message sent using MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service). Adding text When writing a multimedia message. © Print only for private use. Tap Menu > Copy to SIM. • Tap to go to the next slide. you can: • Tap Menu > Preview to preview the slide. To add more slides Tap Menu > Slide > Add. Contact your service provider for details. While on a slide. In the conversation list. tap the message you want to copy. and audio clips. Tap > Text. • Tap to go to the previous slide. When the phone is turned off. . you tap Insert text to start adding text. Tap the image area to insert a photo or a video clip. Tap Send. Tap a template or tap to open a blank picture message. text messages are held by your wireless service provider until the next time the phone is turned on. In the conversations list. You can insert special text items such as the following: 44 This is an Internet version of this publication. Text messages stored on your SIM card are automatically displayed in the Inbox folder. appears on the screen. select the text message you want to copy. Select Menu > Copy to Phone. Tap Insert Text to enter text. In the message list. 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 To view a message When you receive a new text or multimedia message. select the conversation. Enter the phone number manually after To: or tap To: to add a number from Contacts. Please note that MMS is a charged service and has to be provisioned on your mobile account. Please make sure the size of multimedia messages that you send is within the limits allowed by your service provider. video. Creating and sending 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 • To create and send a multimedia message Tap > Text. tap the message.

tap Pause. use the playback controls and . 45 This is an Internet version of this publication. attachments and sounds. Tap an audio clip. Tap Menu > Sending Options. To save files included in the multimedia message. To resume. 1 2 3 To add an audio clip when writing a multimedia message Tap Insert Audio. then browse to a picture or video and select it Function Insert a saved photo or video clip Start the camera application to take a photo Start the video camera to let you record a video clip Insert a saved picture or video Adding an audio clip You can add one audio clip per slide in your multimedia message. or any file as an attachment Viewing and replying Viewing a multimedia message When viewing a multimedia message. you can also do the following: Command Tap Menu > Slide > Slide Settings > Menu > Background Color. Tap Menu > Insert >Attachment.Menu > My Text Menu > Insert > Text > Bookmark Menu > Insert > Text > Smiley Menu > Insert > Text > Contact Choose from common words or phrases from the My Text list Include a Favorites link Add an emoticon Insert contact information To edit or delete a phrase on the My Text list. Function Lets you choose a background color Lets you choose whether to place the text above or below the photo or video clip Lets you set the priority of the multimedia message Lets you include a contact card. Options when composing When composing a multimedia message. tap Menu > My Text > Edit My Text Messages. Tap Menu > Slide > Slide Settings > Menu > Swap Layout. To pause the message view. Tap Menu. Record Audio (record a new clip). tap Menu > View objects. .. calendar appointment.. You can Prelisten. such as images. you have the following options • • • If the message contains more than one slide.. tap Resume. Adding photos and video clips when writing a multimedia message When you are writing a multimedia message you have the following options for inserting a photo or video clip: Command Tap Menu > Insert > Image or Video Tap Menu > Insert > Click Photo Tap Menu > Insert > Shoot Video Tap the image area. or browse for audio clips in My Music or any other directory in your phone or on the memory card. © Print only for private use.

You can choose to download multimedia messages in both your home and roaming network. Cc:.1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 To view a message When you receive a new text or multimedia message. select your options. such as your service provider name. On the MMS Profiles tab. 46 This is an Internet version of this publication. When you use Reply all. Port: HTTP port number used for connecting to the MMS server and for file transfer. In the conversation list. Tap the service provider you want to set as the default one and tap Select. check if your device is preset with MMS server settings. which you can get from your service provider: Profile name: A descriptive name. To:. and more. To set a received photo as Today background Open the multimedia message. and Bcc:. which is usually in the form of an IP address. Tap > Text. you will send a reply to all persons listed in From:. On the Receiving Options tab. request a delivery or read receipt report. set the resolution for images that you send. Data connection: Select the connection that your phone uses for multimedia messages. © Print only for private use. If your phone already has preset MMS settings. tap the message. Tap Menu > View Objects.0. Gateway address: URL address of the server where multimedia messages are stored. Contact your service provider for more information. Tap Menu > Set as Today Background. If there are no settings. To reply to a message When you are viewing the message. or you can enter them manually. tap Menu > Reply/Forward. select Menu > Send Via SMS. select your options. MMSC address: Location of the MMS server. 1 2 3 To set an MMS service provider as the default provider Tap > Text > Menu > MMS Settings > the MMS Profiles tab. it automatically acquires your wireless service provider’s MMS settings. Tap a conversation list. Tap the photo. you can choose one as your default provider. we recommend that you do not change these settings. Gateway: Select either WAP 1. select your options. Select an option. The reply will by default be a multimedia message. Tap Menu > MMS Settings. 1 2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 • • • • • • To install MMS settings automatically Tap > Settings > Connections > Connection Setup. On the Sending Options tab. Tap OK. To make the reply a text message. tap New and enter the following information. . appears on the screen. you can have the settings installed automatically. Tap OK. If you accidentally lose the preset settings. or if you want to add another wireless service provider.x or WAP 2. Changing MMS settings When you start your phone for the first time. To configure MMS settings manually Tap > Text. keep track of your multimedia messages. If you enter settings for several MMS providers in Profiles. On the Preferences tab. depending on which one is being used by your service provider. Tap Done.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 To set up Microsoft® Outlook® e-mail through a Microsoft® Exchange Server Tap > E-mail > Setup E-mail. . Select the data you want to synchronize. then tap Next. then tap Next. Mark the Attempt to detect Exchange Server Settings automatically check box. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 To manually set up an e-mail account of a common type Tap > E-mail > Setup E-mail. Enter your email address and password. Before using e-mail Before you can send and receive e-mail. select a Network connection. You can set up the following types of e-mail accounts: • • • • Outlook e-mail that you can synchronize with a PC or your company Microsoft® Exchange Server E-mail account provided by an ISP (Internet Service provider) Web-based e-mail accounts Work account that you access using a VPN (Virtual Private Network) connection Before using e-mail. then tap Next. Enter your e-mail address and password. then tap Next. password and domain. Tap Next again. If prompted. then tap Next. Enter your user name and password for the e-mail account. Select Try to get the e-mail settings automatically from the Internet. 47 This is an Internet version of this publication. then tap Next. If automatic settings can not be found. then tap Next. then tap Next.E-mail You can get e-mail in your phone and use all standard e-mail functions. © Print only for private use. then tap Next. You can synchronise your e-mail using the Microsoft® Exchange ActiveSync® application. enter them manually. select Exchange server in the Your e-mail provider list. then tap Next. Tap Advanced Server Settings. select an option in the Your e-mail provider: list. Enter your user name. then tap Next. Tap Finish. See Connecting to the Internet on page 56. Check the Try to get the e-mail settings automatically from the Internet box. you need to set up at least one e-mail account in your phone. If prompted. Some e-mail features depend on the Microsoft® Exchange Server version used in your company. then tap Next. enter the server address. Enter the outgoing mail server address. then tap Next. enter the incoming mail server address and the account type. check the Save password box. Select a time interval for Automatic Send/Receive:. and tap Done to confirm. Check with your network administrator for the availability of these features. you need to have the correct Internet settings in the phone. If server settings are not detected. Select the Save password option. then tap Finish. select the Save password option. Enter your name and account display name. then tap Next. If automatic settings can not be found.

Tap Send. or tap To: to select a contact address from Contacts.Handling e-mail messages 1 2 3 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 To check for new e-mail Tap > E-mail. Scroll to the e-mail message that you want to forward. Tap Menu > New. Tap Send. Start entering the first characters of the sender name or message subject that you want to look for. Tap the e-mail message that contains the attachment you want to view. Tap Send. it appears in the filtered list that is shown on the screen. To view an attachment Tap > E-mail. Enter text. calendar appointments and tasks. © Print only for private use. Tap the attachment and wait for it to be downloaded and shown on the screen. Scroll to the e-mail message that you want to delete. Tap your e-mail account. Tap the e-mail message you want to reply to. Tap the text area and enter the message text. Enter the subject. tap Menu > Insert and select an option. Tap the e-mail account and folder you want to open. Tap the e-mail account and folder that you want to open. Tap the e-mail account and folder that you want to open. Tap the desired e-mail account. Tap Menu > Reply/Forward > Forward. Enter the e-mail address manually. This feature also works for items such as contacts. Tap Menu > Send/Receive. Enter the address after To:. . To add an attachment. or tap To: to add an address from Contacts. To forward an e-mail message Tap > E-mail. Tap Menu > Reply/Forward > Reply. To write a new e-mail message Tap > E-mail. 48 This is an Internet version of this publication. To reply to an e-mail message Tap > E-mail. If the message you are looking for is in the selected folder. Direct push Direct push technology lets you receive new e-mail messages in your phone as soon as they arrive in your Inbox on the Microsoft® Exchange Server. To delete an e-mail message Tap > Text. To find an e-mail message Tap > E-mail. Tap the e-mail account and folder you want to open. Tap the e-mail account and folder that you want to open. Tap Delete.

© Print only for private use.1 2 To turn on and off MS Direct push Tap > Settings > Communication Manager. Frequent updates can be costly and are operator-dependent. 49 This is an Internet version of this publication. Select an option for MS Direct Push. .

Starting synchronization Before you start synchronizing with the Exchange Server. Tap Menu > Configure Server.. Make sure the e-mail address is correct. Enter your e-mail address and tap Next. or access information from. Enter your user name. make sure your phone has been set up with a data connection to the Internet so that you can synchronize wirelessly. you need to clear the E-mail check box under the Windows PC item first before you can select the E-mail check box under Exchange Server. 50 This is an Internet version of this publication. Unmark the Try to get e-mail settings automatically from the Internet check box. an Exchange Server. In the Your e-mail provider list. 1 2 To change Exchange Server settings Tap > ActiveSync... then tap Next. You may need the following information from your network administrator: • • • 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Exchange Server name (must be the Outlook Web Access server name) Domain name User name and password that you use at work To set up an Exchange Server connection Tap > E-mail > Setup E-mail. Mark the check boxes for the types of information items that you want to synchronize with the Exchange Server. enter the Exchange Server name. Tap Finish. then tap Next. Your phone automatically starts synchronization when you finish setting up an Exchange Server connection.Company e-mails and appointments Synchronizing your phone with an Exchange Server To keep up-to-date with your company e-mails and meeting schedules when you are out of the office. Tap Sync. Your company must have a mail server that is running Microsoft® Exchange Server with Exchange ActiveSync. then tap Next. Your phone automatically starts synchronization. you can connect your phone to the Internet wirelessly and synchronize this information with your company Exchange Server. When you are prompted to select information types for synchronization. © Print only for private use. Tap Next again. 1 2 To start synchronization manually Tap > ActiveSync. then tap Next. Setting up an Exchange Server connection Before you can start to synchronize with. open Exchange ActiveSync® in your phone and tap Menu > Add Server Source to set up an Exchange Server connection. password and domain. you need to set up an Exchange Server connection in your phone. . If you have synchronized e-mail messages with your PC before. you can use this connection to the PC to access the network and download Outlook e-mails and other information to your phone. then tap Next. In the Server address box. select Exchange server. You can also access your company address book at any time. If you connect your phone to an office computer using a USB or Bluetooth connection.

. Select ON for Microsoft Direct Push. select the time intervals you want. Instant download through Fetch Mail With the Fetch Mail feature. Frequent updates may be costly. and e-mail flags. When both the GPRS and Wi-Fi connections are turned on at the same time. Frequent updates may be costly. Some messaging features depend on the Microsoft Exchange Server version used in your company. Tap Menu > Schedule. Tap ok. This feature also works for items such as contacts. Direct Push. The Direct Push feature works for your phone only if your company is using Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Service Pack 2 (SP2) with Exchange ActiveSync. Please check with your network administrator for the availability of these features. Remote e-mail search. In the Peak times and Off-peak times boxes. tap Peak times in the sentence at the bottom of the screen. © Print only for private use. This limits the download to just the e-mail message that you want and helps save data cost. In the Peak times and Off-peak times boxes. Fetch Mail works for your phone only if your company is using Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 or higher. You can use many tools. Set how often to synchronize during Peak times (which usually refer to your working hours) when e-mail volume is high. You need a GPRS connection in your phone to make Direct Push work. You also need to perform a full synchronization between your phone and the Exchange Server before Direct Push can be enabled. calendar entries and tasks. Automatic synchronization through Direct Push You can use Direct Push technology (push e-mail feature) to receive new e-mail messages in your phone as soon as they arrive in your Inbox on the Exchange Server.Working with company e-mails You can use your phone to get instant access to your company e-mails and manage your messages easily. the Direct Push feature will always opt for Wi-Fi. select As items arrive. as well as Off-peak times when e-mail volume is low. you can download an entire e-mail message immediately without performing a full Send/Receive action. Fetch Mail. to manage your e-mails on the phone. you can set a regular schedule for synchronizing Outlook e-mail and information. 1 2 3 To enable Direct Push using Exchange ActiveSync® Tap > ActiveSync. 51 This is an Internet version of this publication. To set the days and hours that make up your peak and off-peak times. Tap Menu > Schedule. 1 2 3 4 To set the synchronization schedule Tap > ActiveSync. 1 2 To enable Direct Push using the Communication Manager Tap > Settings > Communication Manager. for example. Scheduled synchronization If you do not want to use Direct Push.

© Print only for private use. then tap Get the rest of this message. Flagging messages. 52 This is an Internet version of this publication. Flags are disabled or hidden if e-mails are synchronized with earlier versions of Microsoft Exchange Server. • Complete Flag – mark the message with a check mark to indicate that the issue or request in the e-mail has already been dealt with. From the Look in: list. In the Download size limit box. Searching for e-mails on the Exchange Server You can access messages that are not available in your phone by searching your Microsoft Exchange Server mailbox. Tap Menu > Tools > Search Server. . 1 2 3 4 To change initial download size limit for e-mail Tap > ActiveSync > Menu > Options. Select the date range of messages to search from. Outlook Mobile automatically sends an auto-reply message when you are not available. Your company must be using Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 or higher.1 2 3 4 To download through Fetch Mail instantly Tap > E-mail > Outlook E-mail. Tap Search. choose whether to search from your Inbox or Outbox only or to search all folders. select an option. Message flagging Flags serve as a reminder to yourself to follow up on important issues or requests that are indicated in your messages... In the Look for: text box. then tap Settings. You can flag received messages in your phone. Tap Menu > Follow Up and select one of the following options: • Set Flag – mark the message with a red flag to indicate it needs follow-up.. which is a useful feature on desktop Outlook E-mail. The initial download size limit for e-mail sync is changeable. Flags are enabled only if e-mails are synchronized with Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 or higher. scroll to the bottom of the message. The search results are downloaded and displayed in a Search Results folder. Tap E-Mail. enter the search keyword. 1 2 3 To flag or unflag a message Tap > E-mail > Outlook E-mail. Just like desktop Outlook E-mail. Out-of-office auto-reply Microsoft® Office Outlook® Mobile allows you to retrieve and change your out-of-office status. Tap the message. Wait for the remainder of the message body to be downloaded. Tap an e-mail message to open it. can also be done in Outlook Mobile in your phone. 1 2 3 4 5 6 To search for Exchange Server e-mails Tap > E-mail > Outlook E-mail. Tap OK. E-mail message reminders are displayed in your phone if the messages are flagged with reminders and synchronized from the Exchange Server. • Clear Flag – remove the flag to unmark the message. If the e-mail message is only partly downloaded.

.. 53 This is an Internet version of this publication. From the I am currently list. tap View your . Tap the link to open and view the document. Exchange Server must also be set up to allow access to SharePoint document libraries or internal file servers. a Scheduling Conflict status appears on top of the e-mail. You can quickly tap a folder twice to show its subfolders.. To check your availability during the time of the requested meeting. Managing meeting requests When you schedule and send meeting requests from your phone. then open a message with a link to a SharePoint document. Select an e-mail account. you can view the document on your phone. 1 2 3 To view a document linked to an e-mail message Tap > E-mail. © Print only for private use. Mark the check boxes for the folders that you want to synchronize. Tap Done to confirm. You can also create. 1 2 3 4 To synchronize folders Tap > E-mail > Outlook E-mail. Tap the meeting request. The meeting request also clearly indicates whether or not there are conflicting or adjacent meetings. Viewing a document linked to an e-mail message When you receive an e-mail that contains a link to a document such as a PDF or Microsoft® Office document located on SharePoint or an internal file server. . An accepted meeting request is automatically added as an appointment in Calendar in your phone. select Out of the Office. Tap Menu > Tools > Manage Folders. Choose whether or not to edit your response e-mail before sending. Managing folders In your phone. rename or delete folders easily. then tap OK. Tap ok. or tap Menu > Decline if you cannot attend the meeting. When you are done viewing.1 2 3 4 5 To send out-of-office auto-reply messages Tap > E-mail > Outlook E-mail. Tap Menu > Tools > Out of Office. Enter your auto-reply message. When you receive a meeting request. You can view the document only if you have a Microsoft Outlook account that synchronizes with Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 or later. you can reply by accepting or declining the request. you can select the folders that you want to synchronize with the Exchange Server. you can invite attendees to your meeting and check their status to know about their availability. 1 2 3 4 5 6 To reply to a meeting request Tap > E-mail > Outlook E-mail. calendar. tap Tap Accept to reply and accept the meeting request. If the time of the meeting conflicts with your other appointments.

Do any of the following: • Tap  > Contacts > Menu > Company Directory. tap Company Directory to view the contact information. then tap Attendees. Tap an appointment item to open it. 1 2 To view contact information of the attendees In the list of meeting participants. then tap Company Directory. However. Finding contacts in the Company Directory In addition to having contacts in your phone. tap a contact to select it. you need a valid certificate to decrypt it. tap Attendees. If you are not using one of these products. or tap Menu > Add Recipient. In the search results list. and that the message has not been altered. You can save a contact from the Company Directory to your phone by scrolling to the contact and then tapping Menu > Save to Contacts. Display name. S/MIME encryption and digital signatures for Windows Mobile® powered devices are available only with Exchange Server 2003 SP2 or a later version that supports S/MIME. and you have completed your first synchronization with the Exchange Server. or have not yet synchronized. to read an encrypted message. Last name. • In a new message. Encryption protects the privacy of your message by converting it from plain.1 2 To view the list of meeting participants Tap > Calendar. Digitally signing a message applies your certificate with the authorization key to the message. • In a new meeting request. 1 2 3 4 To find contacts in the Company Directory Synchronize with the Exchange Server if you have never done so. Access to the Company Directory is available only if your organization is running Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 SP2 or higher. tap one attendee's name. E-mail security Digitally signing and encrypting your messages Windows Mobile® in your phone protects your Outlook e-mails through Secure/ Multipurpose Internet Mail Extension (S/MIME). then tap Company Directory. When viewing a meeting that you have organized. the list shows who has accepted or declined the meeting if your company is using Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 or higher. © Print only for private use. or Office location. If the attendee is not in your contacts list. E-mail name. which allows you to digitally sign and encrypt your messages. This proves to the recipient that the message is from you and not from an imposter or a hacker. E-mail address. Only the recipient who has the authorization key can decipher the message. You can search using the following information as long as that information is included in the Company Directory: First name. . you can access contact information from your organization's Company Directory. these options are unavailable. You can encrypt a message with or without a certificate. 54 This is an Internet version of this publication. Enter part of or full contact name and tap Search. readable text into cipher (scrambled) text. tap To:. select Add Required Attendee or Add Optional Attendee.

Contact the sender to report the problem. There can be several reasons why a digital signature is not valid. sign the message only. Setting permissions for an e-mail message Another way of protecting your e-mail messages is to send messages with restricted permissions using Information Rights Management (IRM). An IRM-protected message received on your phone can only be replied to or forwarded if the message permits it. At the top of the message. Tap Menu > Check Certificate.1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 To individually sign and encrypt a new message Tap > E-mail > Outlook E-mail. printed. the sender’s certificate may have expired. For example. Tap Choose Certificate to select a certificate for signing or encrypting outgoing email messages. 1 2 3 4 To set permissions for an e-mail message Tap > E-mail > Outlook E-mail. Open an Outlook e-mail message that has been digitally signed. Select the E-mail information type. To verify the digital signature on a signed message you receive Tap > E-mail > Outlook E-mail. • Encrypt all outgoing e-mail messages – encrypt all your outgoing e-mail messages so that the contents of your messages are protected from being viewed by anyone other than the intended recipients. Tap Menu > Message Options. You must obtain a valid certificate to sign and encrypt e-mail messages successfully. tap Advanced. On the E-mail Sync Options screen. and tap Settings. tap View Signature Status. 1 2 3 4 5 To digitally sign and encrypt all messages Tap > ActiveSync. or the server that verifies the certificate is unavailable. Select one or both of the following options: • Sign all outgoing e-mail messages – sign all your outgoing e-mail messages so that recipients can be certain that the messages were sent by you and have not been altered in any way. Tap ok. © Print only for private use. Tap Menu > New to create a new message. 5 Tap ok. Tap Menu > New to create a new message. it may have been revoked by the certificate authority. select one of the following: • Unrestricted access – allow anyone to read the message. This works only with a Microsoft Outlook e-mail account and if your company is using RMS Server SP1. • Do not forward – prevent the message from being forwarded. or do both. From the Security list. select whether to encrypt only. In the Permissions list. Tap Menu > Message Options. 55 This is an Internet version of this publication. . Tap Menu > Options. or copied. tap Menu > View Certificate. To view the details of the certificate in the message.

Viewing options From the View submenu. If not.lets you select the text size. Automatical download of settings may not be available in all markets. 56 This is an Internet version of this publication. Domain and Advanced settings. Password. . you can change the way that you view Web pages in Internet Explorer to minimize scrolling and increase the page download speed. Menu options Tap to open a menu with useful options.Browsing the Web Connecting to the Internet You can connect to the Internet by using GPRS/HSPA or Wi-Fi. Under My ISP. Refresh – Reload the current Web site. Tools (see Tools options). or contact your service provider to get the required information for entering the settings manually. See Entering text on page 17. Before connecting to the Internet by GPRS/HSPA you need the correct Internet settings in the phone. © Print only for private use. you can download settings automatically. Zoom in or out on the Web page A list of sub options: Home page – Takes you back to the main page. Under My ISP. Enter a name for the connection. tap Manage existing connections and select the connection you just created. 1 2 3 4 5 6 Select > Settings > Connections > Connections. Enable ActiveX Controls – lets you enable interactive Web sites via ActiveX. The following icons at the bottom of the screen provide a lot of options for Internet Explorer: Icon Description Go back to the previous page Manage your favorite Web sites Options for entering text. and then tap 1 2 . Copy/Paste. Select OK. then select GPRS (Cellular line) in the drop-down box. enter User name. Enter the Web address in the address field. Enter the Access point name. History – View a list of recently visited Web sites. 1 2 To download Internet settings Select > Settings > Connections > Connection setup. To configure Internet settings manually To get the required information for manual configuration of Internet settings. The settings are usually saved on the SIM card the first time you start up the phone after inserting the SIM card. tap Add a new modem connection. please contact your service provider. View (see Viewing options). To start browsing Tap > Internet Explorer. Tap Finish. • • Text size . then tap Next. then tap Next. If required.

1 2 3 4 To change the Web page display When you are viewing a Web page. then move your finger or the stylus.enable playing sounds or show pictures. . . To pan a page. • Options – Specify settings for Internet Explorer. . Select View. 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. tap . 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 To add a Web page to Favorites When you are viewing the Web page. • Languages . Cookies are files that Web pages store on your phone. and select the folder. • Home page – Set the Home page (start page) for Internet Explorer. then tap Tap a favorite in the list. To go to a favorite Web page In Internet Explorer. • Browsing History – See info about the previously viewed Web sites.• • Mobile – Adjusts the layout to the screen. • Properties – View information about the current Web site. Tools options The Tools menu contains useful settings and options for Internet Explorer: Send Link – Use one of the listed methods to send a link to the current Web site to another device. tap Tap . tap and hold the screen. 57 This is an Internet version of this publication. • Managing Internet Explorer Zooming 1 2 3 To zoom in and out on a Web page When you are viewing a Web page. Tap . tap . tap . Drag the control up or down to zoom in or out. • Privacy and Security – The security settings help you to avoid insecure Web pages. Select an option. Enter a name and a Web address. © Print only for private use. • Other . Desktop – Keeps the same layout and size as a desktop computer. Favorites You can create and edit Favorites as quick links to your favorite Web pages. Tap . Tap Add.Select the preferred language to read Web sites. that give you access to different services on a Web page. History pages You can view and go to Web pages you have previously visited. Tap .

Press 58 This is an Internet version of this publication. Tap Use current. tap Tap .1 2 3 4 To browse previously visited Web pages In Internet Explorer tap . Select an option. cache. Tap . Tap Tools > Options > Home page. Tap History. To clear browsing history. Personalizing 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 To change your home page When you are viewing the Web page you want to use as your home page. Calling when browsing • To make a call when you are browsing the Internet . Select Tools > Options > Browsing History. © Print only for private use. tap . Tap a page in the list. Select Clear. Tap ok. Tap . or cookies When you are browsing the Web. . .

Once a partnership is created. Wait for the paired device to accept the partnership. Tap Finish. and other Bluetooth-enabled devices can detect your phone. By default. © Print only for private use. 59 This is an Internet version of this publication. On the Devices tab. Specify a passcode (1 to 16 characters) to establish a secure connection. 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. Bluetooth functionality is turned off. On the Mode tab. Visible – Bluetooth functionality is turned on. Creating a Bluetooth partnership between two devices is a one-time process. Turn off Bluetooth functionality when not in use to conserve battery power. tap Add new device.Getting connected Bluetooth™ technology Bluetooth™ wireless technology is a short-range communications technology intended to replace the cables connecting portable and/or fixed devices. Tap ok. Tap the name of the paired device and mark the check boxes for the services you want to use on the paired device. you need to activate Bluetooth functionality. Bluetooth™ modes Bluetooth™ functionality in your phone can be on or off. change the timeout setting if necessary. There is thus no need to enter the passcode again. or in places where using a wireless device is prohibited. then tap Next. then immediately turn off your phone. You can neither send nor receive information over a Bluetooth link. those devices can detect your phone. Off – Bluetooth functionality is turned off. the devices will recognize each other automatically when they are close enough and have the Bluetooth function on. the name of the paired device is displayed in your phone. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 To create a Bluetooth™ partnership Tap > Settings > Bluetooth™. . such as onboard an aircraft or in hospitals. Bluetooth functionality will be on. and your phone can be visible to other devices: • • On – Bluetooth functionality is turned on. Your phone searches for other Bluetoothenabled devices and displays them in the box. When the receiving party has entered the same passcode that you specified. mark the Turn on Bluetooth and Make this device visible to other devices check boxes. • 1 2 3 4 To turn on Bluetooth™ functionality and make your phone visible Tap > Settings > Bluetooth™. then tap Next. On the Timeout tab. Tap the desired device in the list. and if your phone is set to be visible to other devices (see below). To have it turned on by default. Your phone can detect other Bluetooth-enabled devices. Typically. The next time you turn on your phone. mobile phones are able to connect to each other at a distance of about 10 meters.

When you are notified that the partnership has been established. turn on the headset and repeat steps 1 to 3 above. . and tasks. Make sure the Receive all incoming beams check box is marked. 8888. Tap Delete. such as contacts. which means you can use a Bluetooth stereo headset for handsfree phone conversations and for listening to stereo music. Your phone searches for other Bluetoothenabled devices and displays them in the box. and that the headset is visible. See the headset documentation to find out how to set the headset in visible mode. tap Add new device. If your headset is a stereo headset. Tap Finish. 1 2 1 2 Connecting a Bluetooth™ handsfree or stereo headset For handsfree phone conversations. Check that the Hands Free check box is marked. To delete a Bluetooth™ partnership Tap and hold the name of the partnership on the Devices tab of the Bluetooth settings screen. calendar items. then tap Next. 1111. If your computer does not have built-in Bluetooth capability. You can now exchange information with the paired device in a secure manner. as well as files from your phone to your computer or to another Bluetooth™-enabled device. Beaming information using a Bluetooth™ connection You can beam information. also check that Wireless Stereo is marked. If a Bluetooth stereo headset is disconnected. 1 2 To receive all incoming beams in your phone Tap > Settings > Connections > Beam.1 2 3 4 To accept a Bluetooth™ partnership Check that Bluetooth™ functionality is turned on and your phone is in visible mode. Windows® Mobile automatically uses the preconfigured passcodes (0000. Tap the name of the Bluetooth headset. Your phone automatically pairs with the Bluetooth headset. To rename a Bluetooth™ partnership Tap and hold the name of the partnership on the Devices tab of the Bluetooth settings screen. 1234) when trying to pair the Bluetooth headset with your phone. 1 2 3 4 5 6 To connect a Bluetooth™ handsfree or stereo headset Check that both your phone and the Bluetooth™ headset are turned on and within close range. © Print only for private use. then tap Next. When the Bluetooth stereo headset is connected. Tap Edit and change the name. Tap Yes when prompted to establish a partnership with the other device. Your phone also supports A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile). Enter the same passcode that was entered on the device requesting the partnership. tap Done. you have to manually enter the passcode delivered with your headset. the headset icon appears on the title bar. 60 This is an Internet version of this publication. On the Devices tab. you need to connect a Bluetooth adapter or dongle to your computer. If this fails. you can use a Bluetooth™ handsfree headset such as a car kit with your phone. Tap and hold the name of the Bluetooth stereo headset and tap Set as Wireless Stereo. Tap > Settings > Bluetooth.

To beam other types of information. you are ready to beam. tap Finish. or a file. do the following: 1 Computer: Check that the Bluetooth function is activated. and select Search for devices in range. 7 Computer: Double-click your phone in the list. right-click it and select Pair Device from the shortcut menu. On the last screen. If your computer has Windows Vista or Windows XP SP2 and the Bluetooth adapter in your computer is supported by your Windows version. 5 Phone: When Add to my devices? appears. © Print only for private use. tap Menu > Send Contact > Beam. Mark or unmark the Wi-Fi check box to turn the function on or off. • • Personal networks – usually protected. In your phone. Hot spots – usually unprotected. select an item to beam. 2 Double-click the Bluetooth icon in the system tray. see Status iconson page 11. If you beam a calendar item. and make the phone visible. a contact card. Tap the name of the device to which you want to beam. but often require you to log on to the operator's service before you get Internet access. check the information displayed and change if necessary. Enter new settings and tap Next > Next > Finish. then tap Next. 3 When your phone appears in the list. select Yes. 4 Enter any 4-digit PIN-code. Tap the network you want to connect to. A number of screens will follow. A pass phrase or a key is required from the owner. For more information. 1 2 3 4 1 2 1 2 3 To change settings Tap > Settings > Connections > Wi-Fi. see To turn on Bluetooth™ functionality and make your phone visibleon page 59. select Yes. Now. a task. 9 Phone: When Allow? appears. On each screen. task. To connect to a wireless network Tap > Settings > Connections > Wi-Fi.1 2 3 4 5 6 To beam information to a computer Turn on Bluetooth™ functionality in your phone. 61 This is an Internet version of this publication. 8 Double-click the serial port icon. Wi-Fi status icons For a list of Wi-Fi status icons that may appear on your screen. The item can be an appointment in your calendar. To beam a contact. or contact to your computer and it is not automatically added to Outlook. Wi-Fi (Wireless LAN) You can connect your phone to a wireless network to access the Internet. 6 Enter the same PIN code in the phone as you entered in the computer and tap OK. Select a network. To turn on or off Wi-Fi Tap > Settings > Communication Manager. select File > Import and Export in Outlook to import it. Turn off Wi-Fi when not in use. tap Menu > Beam [type of item]. Using Wi-Fi consumes battery power. . respectively. You can connect at home (personal networks) or in public access zones (hot spots). The default folder on your computer where beamed items are stored may be C:\Documents and Settings\your_username\My Documents in Windows XP or C:\Users\your_username\My Documents in Windows Vista.

select USB.5 or later on the computer. To send an instant message Tap > Programs > Messenger. see To install Exchange ActiveSync®on page 38. If you have not signed in yet. select the name of the connection that your phone uses to connect to the Internet. For a computer to use the Internet connection of your phone. 1 2 3 4 Internet sharing Internet sharing connects a computer to the Internet by using your phone data connection. . You can use a USB cable or a Bluetooth™ link to connect to the computer. you need to connect a Bluetooth adapter or dongle. then set up a Bluetooth Personal Area Network (PAN) between the computer and your phone. tap Sign in. such as GPRS and EDGE. disconnect from Windows Mobile Device Center or Exchange ActiveSync® on the computer. For instructions on how to install Exchange ActiveSync® on your computer. 1 2 • To set up Messenger Tap > Messenger. Before you can use your phone as a USB modem you need to set up Windows Mobile Device Center (part of Windows Vista) or Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync® (for Windows XP) version 4.Windows Live Messenger You can communicate online using Windows Live Messenger and your existing Windows Live ID. In the PC Connection list. Enter your message. © Print only for private use. 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. then tap Send. Also check that your phone has a GPRS or phone dial-up modem connection. Tap Connect. you must activate Internet Sharing in your phone. 1 2 3 4 5 To set up your phone as a USB modem Tap > Internet Sharing. Tap Sign in and follow the instructions. Connect the USB cable between your phone and the computer. Before using Internet sharing. 62 This is an Internet version of this publication. If there is no built-in Bluetooth capability in the computer. To sign in to Messenger Tap > Messenger > Sign in. Your phone then functions as a modem. Using your phone as a USB modem To use your phone as a USB modem you will need the USB cable that comes with your phone. Select a contact in the list of contacts that are online. then tap Send IM. In the Network Connection list.

Tap Connect.1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 To activate Internet Sharing and set up a PAN Turn on Bluetooth™ functionality in your phone and set it to visible. Tap > Internet Sharing. click View Bluetooth network devices. check Status to verify that the computer has been successfully connected to the Internet using your phone as a Bluetooth modem. To end the Internet connection Tap Disconnect on the Internet sharing screen. © Print only for private use. Initiate a Bluetooth partnership from your phone. 3 In the Bluetooth Personal Area Network Devices dialog box. select the name of the connection that your phone uses to connect to the Internet. Phone: On the Internet Sharing screen. For Windows Vista: 1 Click Start > Control Panel > Network and Internet > Network and Sharing Center. select your phone and click Connect. 2 Click Manage network and then. In the Network Connection list. 3 Under Network Tasks. select Bluetooth PAN. select your phone and click Connect. see To create a Bluetooth™ partnershipon page 59. under Personal Area Network. 4 In the Bluetooth Personal Area Network Devices dialog box. For Windows XP SP2: 1 Click Start > Settings > Control Panel > Network Connections. In the PC Connection list. . double-click Bluetooth Network Connection. • 63 This is an Internet version of this publication. Computer: Set up a Bluetooth Personal Area Network (PAN) connection to your phone. For more information. 2 Find and click Bluetooth Network Connection in the list.

You can view saved photos and videos from the camera application. or under Media in SlideView. halfway down to use auto focus. Press and hold down To exit the camera Tap . tap . . Tap > . Using the camera 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 . Tap to return to the viewfinder. Photos and videos are automatically saved on the memory card. To delete a photo or a video • When you have taken a photo or recorded a video. To turn on the light Activate the camera and tap .Camera You can take photos and record videos using the camera in the phone. press fully down to take the photo. Tap to turn on the light regardless of lighting conditions. The camera closes automatically if you do not use it for two minutes. or tap use the light when lighting conditions are poor. • Using the still camera 1 2 3 1 2 3 4 To take a photo Activate the camera and tap . to automatically • 64 This is an Internet version of this publication. © Print only for private use. To use zoom Press the volume key. Press When the focus frame is green.

Focus. The camera focuses on distant objects. Beach/snow Use in bright environments to avoid underexposed photos. Sports Use for photos of fast-moving objects. Twilight portrait Use for portrait photos at night or in poorly lit environments (with or without the light). Scenes is set to automatically adjust settings for a photo. the camera must be held still or placed on a stable surface. The light is turned off. ensuring the best possible photo.1 2 3 To select still camera settings Activate the camera and tap . Touch Touch a spot on the viewfinder to manually set the focus on a particular part of a photo you want to take. Due to long exposure time. Manual When Manual is on. Scenes. Light Use the light to take photos when lighting conditions are poor. Focus Focus controls which part of a photo should be sharp. Portrait Use for portrait photos. Exposure time and White balance are set to Auto. you can adjust all settings manually. Landscape Use for landscape photos. Light. Auto The camera automatically focuses on the selected subject. Macro Auto focus for extreme close-up photos. Tap to view more settings. Focus is set on subjects far away. you can adjust all settings in the camera. Due to long exposure time. the camera must be held still or placed on a stable surface. . You can only use the Auto scene by selecting Auto mode. Infinite Use when taking photos at a distance. Settings are optimised to give slightly softer skin tones. Face detection is turned on. The camera has determined a number of settings for you to fit the selected scene. Tap to display the settings bar. Auto When you select Auto mode in the camera settings bar. Scenes Use Scenes to quickly set up the camera for common situations using pre-programmed scenes. Twilight landscape Use when taking landscape photos at night or in poorly lit environments (without the light). 65 This is an Internet version of this publication. Subjects close to the camera may be blurred. Still camera settings Auto/Manual Auto When Auto is on. You have to select Manual in the camera settings bar to use Custom. Custom When you select Custom. Document Use for photos of text or drawings. It gives the photo increased and sharper contrast. Short exposure time minimises motion blurring. The Auto scene is not avialable in Manual mode. © Print only for private use. The white focus frame turns green when focus is set.

Shoot mode You can select the way you take a photo. and higher ISO speeds are more suited to poor lighting conditions. green and blue separately. To avoid having to use the camera light. Negative Inverts red. You can use the self-timer to avoid a blurred photo. . select this setting instead of Auto. You get the best photo quality by using the lowest ISO speed available. 66 This is an Internet version of this publication. Additional still camera settings. Old film and photographs used to have a sepia tone. If you use Auto.Auto flash The light will automatically be turned on when lighting conditions are poor. and to varying degrees. Taking a good photo without using the light requires a steady hand. You can underexpose the photo when lighting conditions are poor. This can be helpful when taking photos indoors when the use of a camera light is not desired. Effects You can select different effects for your photos. On The light is turned on. The risk of small hand movements making the photo blurry increases with longer exposure times. regardless of lighting conditions. B&W Take black and white photos. Off No effect. The photo is just as it appears in the viewfinder. Normal Take one photo at a time. Exposure time Apply exposure compensation to adjust for different lighting conditions. © Print only for private use. Tap and then tap Photo to display additional still camera settings. Sometimes photo quality can be better without a light. for example. You can increase the exposure time in bright environments to avoid underexposed photos. Multi-shot Take several photos in rapid succession. Solarization Gives the effect of exposing undeveloped film to sunlight. To make sure you get the lowest ISO speed. You can select ISO speeds depending on the lighting conditions. ISO ISO speed determines how fast the image sensor reacts to light. even if lighting conditions are poor. When you take a photo when lighting conditions are poor. Off The light never goes on. you can select a higher ISO speed. the camera automatically determines the most suitable ISO speed for any given situation. This effect can help make a photo appear older. you can use a higher ISO speed to avoid a longer exposure time. Low ISO speeds are suitable for bright environments. in twilight conditions. regardless of lighting conditions. Sepia Gives the photo a brownish-red tint.

1MP (wide) 1 megapixel picture size with 16:9 aspect ratio. 1920x1080 pixels. Normal Picture compression for small file sizes. Fluorescent Adjusts the color balance for fluorescent lighting. the file size is increased and the photo quality is improved. Picture size You can select between several picture formats before taking a photo. Incandescent Adjusts the color balance for bright lighting such as under light bulbs. © Print only for private use. Note that a photo with a higher resolution requires more memory. Suitable for photos you want to view on widescreen displays. the file size is decreased and the photo quality may become impaired. . 3 MP 3 megapixel picture size with 4:3 aspect ratio. 2048x1536 pixels. WVGA Wide VGA format with 16:10 aspect ratio. Sunny Adjusts the color balance for bright outdoor use. This may affect the picture quality. VGA VGA format with 4:3 aspect ratio. 1280x720 pixels. for example. 800x480 pixels. Economy When you take a photo with economy quality. 5 MP 5 megapixel picture size with 4:3 aspect ratio. Suitable when you want a very small file size for web publications. 3264x2448 pixels. Suitable for web publications.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. Suitable for photos you want to view on non-widescreen displays. Fine When you take a photo with fine quality. Suitable when you want a smaller file size. 640x480 pixels. Picture quality You can select the quality you want for your photo. Suitable for photos you want to view on non-widescreen displays. Suitable when you want to print your photo. 2MP (wide) 2 megapixel picture size with 16:9 aspect ratio. Suitable for photos you want to view on non-widescreen displays or print in high resolution. QVGA Quarter VGA format with 4:3 aspect ratio. 8 MP 8 megapixel picture size with 4:3 aspect ratio. 67 This is an Internet version of this publication. Cloudy Adjusts the color balance for a cloudy sky. 2592x1944 pixels. 320x240 pixels. Suitable for photos you want to view on widescreen displays. or when lighting conditions change quickly. social networking sites. Shutter sound Select the sound that is heard when you press the shutter key to take a photo.

This speeds up the process of taking a new photo or recording a new video. you cannot save anything until you have deleted some files. you can show friends and family where you were on a map. © Print only for private use. Save To You can select to save photos and videos in the phone memory or on the memory card. Off When Auto review is off. you return to the viewfinder directly after you have taken a photo or recorded a video. the photo or video just after you have taken it. On When GPS location is turned on. On When Auto rotate is on. you can review. Off When Auto rotate is off. it can be difficult to hold the phone steady. 2 seconds It can be hard to hold the phone perfectly still when pressing the shutter key. . Auto review Select whether to show or not show the photo or video just after you have taken it. a photo appears in the same orientation in which you hold the phone. or group photos where everyone can be in the photo. a photo appears in the same orientation as when it was originally taken. or use them with a map or location application. General camera settings Tap and then tap General to display general camera settings valid for both the still and video camera. Slight movements can result in blurred photos. Use the 2-second delay to solve this problem. Image stabilizer When taking a photo.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. Use it to take self-portraits. On When Auto review is on. the approximate geographical location is added to photos when you take them. 68 This is an Internet version of this publication. This information can later be used to identify the location where the photo was taken. 10 seconds Set a 10-second delay from when the shutter key is pressed until the photo is taken. When you upload the photos to a web service. or find your way back to the location another time. Off The photo is taken as soon as you press the shutter key. Off When GPS location is turned off. You can also use the self-timer to avoid shaking the camera when taking photos. and delete or send. Phone Photos and videos are saved in the phone memory. Memory card Photos and videos are saved on the memory card. On It is only recommended to use the image stabilizer when doing a close-up shot of an object. GPS location You can add the approximate geographical location to photos when you take them. The stabilizer helps you by compensating for small movements of the hand. Self-timer With the self-timer you can take a photo without holding the phone. you are not able to view the location of where you took a photo. If the memory is full.

Try to steady your hand by leaning it against a solid object. The video is saved automatically. you achieve a better result. Try to fill the viewfinder with your subject. Use a soft cloth to clean the lens. Hold it steady Avoid blurry photos by holding the camera steady. © Print only for private use. Using the video camera 1 2 3 To record a video Activate the camera and tap . . . you can avoid relying on the zoom. Stay within the flash range Photos taken beyond the maximum flash range will be too dark. press To stop recording. press and hold down To select video camera settings Activate the camera and tap . The maximum flash range is about four steps from the subject. Keep your lens clean Mobile phones are used in all kinds of weather and places. 1 2 3 69 This is an Internet version of this publication. and move towards the object. Version Display the version of the camera application. Try different positions. Tap to display the settings bar. and carried in pockets and bags. This results in the camera lens becoming dirty and covered with fingerprints. Get closer By getting as close as possible to your subject. Tips on using the camera Rule of thirds Don’t place your subject in the middle of the frame. You can also use the self-timer to make sure that the phone is steady when the photo is taken. Consider variety Think about different angles. Tap to view more settings.Off Reset file number Reset the file number for photos and video saved on the memory card. Reset settings Reset all the camera settings to the original settings. Use a plain background A plain background helps highlight your subject. By placing it a third of the way in. To start recording. . Take some vertical photos.

Hold your hand steady. On Turn on the light to improve close-up videos in poorly lit environments. light sensitivity is increased. Exposure time Apply exposure compensation to adjust for different light conditions. you can select all settings manually. . You can underexpose the video recording when lighting conditions are poor. Infinite Use when recording videos at a distance. Manual When Manual is on. Macro Auto focus for extreme close-up videos. Scenes Use Scenes to quickly set up the camera for common situations using pre-programmed scenes. Exposure time and White balance are set to Auto. Subjects close to the camera may be blurred. Custom When you select Custom. The Auto scene is not available in Manual mode. You can increase the exposure time in bright environments to avoid underexposed videos. Scenes is set to automatically adjust settings for a video. Focus.Video camera settings Auto/Manual Auto When Auto is on. Picture message Use Picture message to record videos suitable for sending in multimedia messages (MMS). Scenes. You can only use the Auto scene by selecting Auto mode. you can adjust all settings in the camera. Use in poorly lit environments. 70 This is an Internet version of this publication. The recording time of this video format is limited to fit in a multimedia message. Note: Sometimes a video gets better without the light. or short video clips that are suitable for multimedia messages. You have to select Manual in the camera settings bar to use Custom. © Print only for private use. You can also use a support and the self-timer to avoid a blurred video. Focus is set on subjects far away. even if lighting conditions are poor. Videos of fast-moving objects may get blurred. Shoot mode You can set the camera to take full-length video clips. Normal Use Normal to record full-length videos. Focus Focus determines which part of a video should be sharp. Light Select whether you want to use the light when you record a video. Night mode When turned on. Auto When you select Auto mode in the camera settings bar. To record a good-quality video without using the light requires a steady hand. Off The light is always turned off regardless of lighting conditions. or use a support. Auto The camera automatically focuses on the selected subject.

no sound is recorded with the video. sound is recorded with the video. Off When turned off. Solarization Gives the effect of exposing undeveloped film to sunlight. Effects You can select different effects for your video. Sepia Gives the video a brownish-red tint. Off No effect. QVGA Quarter VGA format with 4:3 aspect ratio. and to varying degrees. © Print only for private use.Additional video camera settings Tap and then tap Video to display additional video camera settings. This effect can help make a video appear older. On When turned on. Incandescent Adjusts the color balance for bright lighting such as under light bulbs. Negative Inverts red. 640x480 pixels. B&W Record black and white videos. Fluorescent Adjusts the color balance for fluorescent lighting. General camera settings Tap and then tap General to display general camera settings valid for both the still and video camera. Video size You can select between different video formats before recording a video. green and blue separately. 71 This is an Internet version of this publication. Sunny Adjusts the color balance for bright outdoor conditions. Auto Adjusts the color balance automatically to the lighting conditions. . Mic Select whether to pick up the surrounding sound when recording videos. Old film and photographs used to have a sepia tone. Cloudy Adjusts the color balance for a cloudy sky. WVGA Wide VGA format with 16:10 aspect ratio. VGA VGA format with 4:3 aspect ratio. The video is just as it appears in the viewfinder. 800x480 pixels. or when lighting conditions change quickly. 320x240 pixels. White balance The white balance setting adjusts color balance according to lighting conditions.

If the memory is full. This speeds up the process of taking a new photo or recording a new video. the video starts recording as soon as you press the shutter key. On When Auto review is on. Reset settings Reset all the camera settings to the original settings. Slight movements can result in a blurred video. Phone Photos and videos are saved in the phone memory. you return to the viewfinder directly after you have taken a photo or recorded a video. Off Reset file number Reset the file number for photos and video saved on the memory card. Use it to record a video where everyone can be in it. the approximate geographical location is added to photos when you take them. Off When the self-timer is off. Off When Auto review is off. On It is only recommended to use the image stabilizer when recording a close-up video. Version Display the version of the camera application. The stabilizer helps you by compensating for small movements of the hand. © Print only for private use. 10 seconds Sets a 10-second delay from when the shutter key is pressed until the video recording starts. This feature only works for photos.Self-timer With the self-timer you can record a video without holding the phone. 2 seconds It can be hard to hold the phone perfectly still when pressing the shutter key. GPS location When GPS location is turned on. Memory card Photos and videos are saved on the memory card. the photo or video just after you have taken it. 72 This is an Internet version of this publication. Use the 2-second delay to solve this problem. You can also use the self-timer to make sure that the phone is steady when the video is recorded. and delete or send. Off On Save To You can select to save photos and videos in the phone memory or on the memory card. Image stabilizer When recording a video. you cannot save anything until you have deleted some files. you can review. it can be difficult to hold the phone steady. Auto review Select whether to show or not show the photo or video just after you have taken it. .

1 2 3 4 5 To view photos and videos using the camera Activate the camera. You can also access photos and videos in File Explorer. To view photos and videos using SlideView Press to open SlideView. Tap a photo or a video to view it in full view. Tap . Tap My Documents to view on phone memory or tap Storage Card to view on memory card. . Flick through your photos and videos. Tap Media > Pictures or Videos. Tap My Videos. You can find videos in the phone memory in File Explorer: \My Device\My Documents\My Videos \Camera\100XPRIA. 1 2 Photo and video storage You can save your photos and videos either in the phone or on the memory card. Tap My Pictures. Videos are indicated by . You can find photos in the phone memory in File Explorer: \My Device\My Documents\My Pictures\Camera\100XPRIA. Sending photos and videos 1 2 3 4 To send a photo or a video you have just taken Activate the camera. 73 This is an Internet version of this publication. 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 1 2 3 To set storage location Activate the camera. Tap to return to thumbnail view. Tap . Tap Save To and select an option. © Print only for private use. Take a photo or a record a video clip. Select Send via email or Send via MMS. To view photos in file explorer Tap > File Explorer > My Device. Tap and then tap General.Working with photos and videos Viewing photos and videos You can use the camera or SlideView to view your photos and videos. Tap My Documents to view videos in phone memory or tap Storage Card to view videos on memory card. or on the memory card: \Storage Card\DCIM. Tap . To view videos in file explorer Tap > File Explorer > My Device. tap or . Flick to scroll through photos and videos. or on the memory card: \Storage Card\DCIM. Tap to play a video.

To send multiple items. then tap . select the items you want to send. Tap .1 2 3 4 To send photos or videos saved in the phone Activate the camera. . 74 This is an Internet version of this publication. © Print only for private use. then tap . To send a single item. tap the item. tap .

1 2 3 4 Picture viewer toolbar The toolbar is available when a photo is opened.Multimedia You can use Media in SlideView to browse and manage media files such as photos. Browse by track . Tap Media > Pictures. © Print only for private use. Media files in your My Documents folder in File Explorer in the phone. To open Media 1 2 Press to open SlideView. Pictures You can use Pictures in Media to view your photos and pictures. Tap Media > Music. – Pictures – Picture files are stored in File Explorer: \My Device\My Documents\My Pictures. Media also contains the FM radio. album Tap a track to play it. are listed in Media. music and videos. or copied to your phone from your computer. You can tap again to hide it. The pictures are sorted into two categories: • • – Camera album – Photos taken by the camera. or on the memory card in File Explorer: \Storage Card\DCIM. Tap a picture to open it. Tap a category to view its content. Tap Media. received from other devices. When you release the photo. 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 Music 1 2 3 4 To play music Press to open SlideView. and gives you access to the PlayNow™ service and games. and media files on the memory card. Select and then touch and hold the photo and rotate it. artist . Photo files are stored in the phone memory in File Explorer: \My Device\My Documents\My Pictures\Camera \100XPRIA. You can tap the photo to view the toolbar. 75 This is an Internet version of this publication. Icon Function Zoom in. . or playlist by tapping the icons. Use the stylus to pan the photo Rotate. The pictures can be captured with the phone camera. To view a picture Press to open SlideView. .

tap . tap Select another application. When listening to music. Tap . tap or To change the volume Drag the volume marker. or tap to view your playlists. © Print only for private use. Press to return to the music player. to open the music player. tap to view music by album. Tap the playlist you want to open. Playlists You can use playlists that you have created on a computer or in other applications. . To move between tracks In the music player. To stop playing music In the music player. 1 2 To play tracks in random order . • 1 2 1 2 3 • • • • Playing music in random order You can play tracks in random order if you are playing an album or a playlist. Tap Media > Videos. In the music player. Tap Media > . tap . To minimize the music player In the music player. see Transferring content on page 80. Use the controls in the same way as in the traditional music player. The music player appears as a mini player in SlideView. To use the music mini player Tap the mini player bar to display the mini player controls in SlideView. Video 1 2 3 To play a video Press to open SlideView. 1 2 3 To open a playlist Press to open SlideView. You can now use SlideView or other applications while your music is playing. tap to view music by track. You can copy playlists from your computer to your phone. To use the music player in the background . 76 This is an Internet version of this publication. For more information on how to transfer files from your computer. Scroll to a video and tap to play it. Tap outside the mini player to hide the controls. • • • To fast forward or rewind Drag the timeline marker to fast forward or rewind.• To view music content by category When you are browsing your music in SlideView. tap Tap . tap to view music by artist.

directly from the Web. Tap to increase or decrease the volume. the media player automatically opens and starts playing the content. When you open streaming media in the phone. 77 This is an Internet version of this publication. You can listen to the radio using a portable handsfree or headphones. adjust the sound volume. The media is sent in a continuous stream to your phone and is played as it arrives. The streaming media file automatically opens and starts to play. Follow the instructions that appear. enter the URL address of the Web page that contains the streaming meda file or link. Do not use your phone as a radio in places where this is prohibited. To view streaming content via the YouTube™ application Tap > YouTube. In the address bar. such as live broadcasts or on-demand media content.Video player controls Tap the screen to pause the video and access the following controls: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Close the video player Timeline marker. On the Web page. Tap the timeline to jump to any part of the video clip Elapsed time Mute the sound Volume marker. © Print only for private use. or through the speaker. 1 2 Radio With the FM radio you can search for radio stations and add your favorite ones as presets. During playback. use the button controls to play/pause. Total time Change video size between original size and fullscreen Resume playback Streaming media You can stream media. . along with the audio. 1 2 3 4 To access streaming content via a browser Tap > Internet Explorer. Help is available from within the YouTube™ application. zoom in or out. and more. tap the file or link.

Scroll to Media. tap or . Tap To search for radio channels When the radio is open. © Print only for private use. Press to open SlideView. . The search stops when a channel is found. > . or to continue searching.FM radio overview 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 3 4 To turn on the radio Connect a portable handsfree or headphones to the phone. Tap 1 2 78 This is an Internet version of this publication.

Tap the grey bar to open the mini radio view. tap SlideView. With presets you can quickly return to radio stations you have saved. 1 2 To save radio channels . background. Tap 1 2 3 • • • • Switching between headphones and speaker You can listen to the radio either through a portable handsfree or headphones. To return to the radio. to go to the full radio view.• To fine tune the frequency When the radio is playing. press to open it. A preset key that has been assigned to a saved channel displays a grey indicator at the top of the key . Tap Tap outside the radio area to hide the mini radio view. To turn on the sound. the indicator turns white . Saving channels as presets When you find a radio station. or to jump between preset channels. You can now use SlideView or other applications while you are listening to the radio. © Print only for private use. tap the grey bar at the bottom of the screen to display the mini radio view. To listen to the radio in the background . To use the mini radio view In SlideView. press . you can listen to audio and work with other applications and panels at the same time. you can save it as a preset. When you are using the radio in the and a grey bar appear at the bottom of the screen. • • To adjust the radio volume Drag the volume marker. When you are listening to the radio. or tap the volume bar. 1 2 1 2 3 To minimize the radio . tap Select another application. (A blank indicator at means the key has not yet been assigned to a saved the top of a preset key channel. tap . tap . The mini radio view appears in When you are listening to the radio. The radio uses the cord of the portable handsfree or headphones as an antenna. 79 This is an Internet version of this publication. When you listen to a preset radio channel. . To return to the radio If you are not in SlideView. tap or . • Listening to the radio while using other applications By minimizing the radio. tap . tap Tap the preset key number you want to assign to the channel. or through the speaker in the phone.) To select saved radio channels When the radio is open. so either of these has to be connected also when you listen to the radio through the speaker in the phone. When you find a channel that you want to save. To mute or unmute the volume To mute the radio. To use the radio in full view. tap one of the saved channel preset keys.

playnow. 3 Computer: Copy files or folders between the devices using standard Windows procedures. If your computer uses Windows Vista®. 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 To set up media synchronization Computer: Install Windows Media Player version 11 (works on Windows XP or later). click Finish. You can download Exchange ActiveSync® to your computer from www. Phone: If you use Exchange ActiveSync®. Synchronizing music and video When you connect the phone to a computer using the USB cable. select Sync this device automatically. Games Your phone contains preloaded games.sonyericsson. • Computer using Windows Mobile Device Center: Click File Management > Browse the contents of your device. Tap ok. for example. When you see the phone or memory card.com/fun using a computer and from m. © Print only for private use. Help texts are available for most games. Tap Menu > Options and mark the Media check box. You can also download games from. select Yes. Set up synchronization. In the Device Setup dialog box. you should use Windows® Mobile Device Center. which is part of Windows Vista. • • If your computer uses Windows XP®. and connect the phone to your computer using the USB cable. do the following: • Computer using Exchange Active Sync®: Click Explore in Exchange ActiveSync®. Select the playlist(s) you want to synchronize between the computer and the phone. To copy files between the phone and a computer 1 Connect the phone to your computer.com/playnow and www.com/X2support. The next time you connect your computer and the phone when Windows Media Player is running. On the left panel of the Windows Media Player. right-click the phone name/memory card. To synchronize music and video Computer: Open Windows Media Player. Make sure you select the media items or information types you want to synchronize. synchronization will start automatically. www. In the Device Setup Wizard. then click Add.5 or later.sonyericsson. 80 This is an Internet version of this publication. Click Finish. and then click Set up sync.sonyericsson. media content such as music and video is automatically synchronized according to how you have set up the synchronization. you should use Microsoft® Exchange ActiveSync® 4. Transferring content You can copy files between the phone and a computer. Synchronizing starts. tap > ActiveSync. 2 Depending on the operating system of your computer. tap or .com using your phone. search my computer now (only if you have not searched for media on your computer before).• To switch between headphones and speaker When the radio is open. .

© Print only for private use. PlayNow™ When you browse the Internet with your phone and go to m. go to www.com/X2support to read the PlayNow™ Feature guide.sonyericsson. applications and games. For more information. • • To access PlayNow™ To access PlayNow™ from SlideView.com. 81 This is an Internet version of this publication. then select PlayNow.sonyericsson. you enter PlayNow™. For extended functionality. To access PlayNow™ from the Start menu. . press .• To play a game Tap > Games. You can preview or listen to content before you purchase and download it to your phone. select > PlayNow. where you can download panels.com/playnow. music.playnow. you can also access the PlayNow™ Web shop on a computer from www. This service is not available in all countries.

The first time you use the GPS receiver it may take up to 10 minutes before your location is found. To view help about Google Maps In Google Maps. • 82 This is an Internet version of this publication. When the GPS receiver finds your location. The position of the GPS antenna is shown in the image below. When you start Google Maps your approximate location is shown using information from nearby mobile base towers. Tap Download. including but not limited to navigational services. Using the internal GPS receiver When you use location services that require the GPS receiver to find your location. 1 2 To use FastGPS Tap > Settings > System > FastGPS. you should move to another location.GPS – Location-based services Your phone is equipped with a GPS receiver that uses satellite signals to calculate your location. Some location services use the Internet. If the GPS receiver does not find your location after a few minutes. Sony Ericsson does not warrant the accuracy of any location services. Google Maps™ for mobile Google Maps™ lets you view your current location. stand still and do not cover the GPS antenna. the GPS location replaces the approximate location. FastGPS FastGPS speeds up the time of your GPS positioning by downloading the latest satelite data from the Internet. • To use Google Maps Tap > Google Maps. To help the search. tap Menu > Help. make sure you have a clear view of the sky. © Print only for private use. Data rates and charges may apply. . find other locations and calculate routes.

© Print only for private use. tap the item you want to open. LCD monitor or video projector through a dedicated TV out cable. For example. 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. or other information you want to search for. select one item that you have looked for before.Managing your phone Handling content with File Explorer You can use File Explorer in your phone to handle content saved in the phone memory or on a memory card. 83 This is an Internet version of this publication. TV out You can view pictures. In File Explorer. delete some content to create space. 1 2 3 4 5 To search for a file or an item Tap > Search Phone. If the memory is full. In the Search for field. then select Menu > Rename Tap the file or folder. Tap Search. In the Type field. you can search in Search Phone and in online help. select a data type. In the Results list. • In the drop down list. you can: • Enter the file name. . tap > File Explorer. you can do the following: Command Go up one level in File Explorer Open a folder in the present view Create a new folder Open a file Copy. word. LCD monitor or a video projector. cut or paste a file or folder Rename a file or folder Delete a file or folder Go directly to a folder How to Select Up Tap the folder Select Menu > New Folder Tap the file Tap the file or folder. videos and Office Mobile applications stored in your phone on a TV. DRM protected movies stored on your phone can not be viewed on a TV or LCD monitor. Your phone connects to the TV. then select Menu > Edit Tap the file or folder. • To use File Explorer To open File Explorer.

with a 5:3 aspect ratio. 84 This is an Internet version of this publication. Tap the TV Out check box. Tap > Settings > Connections > Communication Manager. © Print only for private use.To view photos and videos on a TV 1 2 3 4 Connect the TV out cable to the phone and the TV. . Tap the file you want to show on the TV. TV out view settings Your phone's TV out function supports two display modes on external TV devices: • Scale mode: Output with an 800x480 pixel resolution is scaled to 640x384 pixels. The content displayed on the screen is framed by black bars on the top and bottom.

however. The image occupies the whole display area of the screen. If another confirmation message appears. Double-click the program file (usually of . © Print only for private use. such as . 85 This is an Internet version of this publication. Connect your phone to the computer. 1 2 3 To remove an application Tap > Settings > System > Remove Programs.exe format). 1 2 3 4 5 To install an application First download the program to the computer. To change the TV out viewing settings Connect the phone to the TV or LCD monitor using the dedicated TV out cable. The programs must be compatible with your phone.zip. tap Yes again. select the program you want to remove and tap Remove. Power saving You can improve battery time by closing applications running in the background and disabling unnecessary functions. remove programs that come with the phone.• Crop mode: Output with an 800x480 pixel resolution is cropped by 80 pixels on both sides to a 640x480 pixel resolution. If the program file is in compressed format. 1 2 • Installing applications You can install additional programs for your phone. If it is of . with an aspect ratio of 4:3. preferably with the USB cable.cab format then copy the file in the device and click on the file from the device to start installation. Read any installation instructions or documentation that comes with the program. meaning they must be compatible with Windows Mobile version 6. You cannot. Tap Scale or Crop To disable TV out preview Tap Deselect to disable the preview of screen content. . In the Programs in storage memory list. first extract the file. Tap Yes.5. Removing applications You can remove programs that you have installed. Animated pictures and some older types of SIM cards are also power consuming. Many programs provide special installation instructions.

Before performing a Clear phone memory. 1 2 Resetting the phone You can reset your phone to factory default settings. Turn off the connections you do not need. Mark the checkboxes and shorten the time before the different functions are turned off. are rather power consuming. Wi-Fi and Bluetooth technology. To turn off connections Tap > Settings > Communication Manager. © Print only for private use. in order not to lose this data. To reset the phone to factory settings and delete all phone content Select > Settings > System > Clear phone memory. Decrease the brightness with the slider. . Insert a thin object into the hole and press down. To reset the phone to factory settings 1 2 • Remove the battery cover and the stylus. Locate the small hole (see picture). as well as Microsoft Direct Push and data connections. To use automatic turn off Tap > Settings > System > Backlight and Power Management > the Advanced tab. for example if you want to let someone else use your phone. You can also use Clear phone memory to simultaneously reset your phone to factory settings and delete all phone content. 86 This is an Internet version of this publication. for example photos and music stored in the phone.1 2 1 2 To decrease brightness Tap > Settings > System > Backlight and Power Management > the Backlight tab. you need to back up all data.

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.................................................................................................................................76 playlists ...............................................................................80 transferring content .....8 conference calls .......................................................78 N navigating ..............................................................................................................................................................................................................................82 O H P handwriting ..........75 playing in random order ......................................17 lock screen ...........................................................................47 E-mail .........................................................................................................47 direct push ........42 photos storage ...........48 downloads .........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................64 settings in still camera ...............................................................................................................27 phonebook .75 camera .........17 hot spot ................................................................................................................62 I K L keyboard ...................30 M D Direct push ................................27 international call .......................................................77 overview ..................76 music mini player .......................................................70 IMEI number .........47 to write a new message ........................................7 Bluetooth ...................... using the keypad .................26................................................................................................61 phone numbers ..............................................................................61 panels ....................................64 storage .76 radio ........................................29 settings ..................................73 video ....................................................60 modem ..76 music player minimizing ........................................................................75 memory card .........................76 shuffle ....................29 Exchange ActiveSync® ..........................................................................................................................................................48 emergency numbers ..........................................79 Fetch Mail .................................................................................35 managing phone content applications ............................................83 files .........................................................................77 synchronizing music and video ...............................51 File Explorer ........................................................................29 camera ........................64 games ....9 optical joystick ..................................................................83 fine tuning FM radio frequency .................28 voice call...........................................................................................27 calls emergency ...........................................................................................................................................................79 MMS .........................................................80 Google Maps™ ....................................................................................................70 still camera .........................................56 Internet sharing ..........................................................................................8 messaging e-mail .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................65 icons in video camera ............82 GPS .............10 G games .......37 arrow keys ..........65 settings in video camera ............47 multimedia ........................................................83 media files ...................................36 instant download ........................9 network coverage ..........................................................................................64 icons in still camera ..................................................59 B icons in still camera ................................................................................................................................60 connecting a headset ...47 setting up manually ................... 81 E e-mail before using ... ........73 89 This is an Internet version of this publication..............................................................70 overview .........................................................................43 mini radio view .............76 playing ..................20 personal network ..................................43...............10 battery .................................59 partnership .........79 C calling ..........42 phone screen ...............................................27 ending a call ......................................................................80 streaming media .......80 music by category .......................................................................59 beaming information ...................................................................................................79 FM radio .................................................................................................................................................................56 Internet Explorer ........... 73 multimedia ...........76 muting radio ..................65 in video camera ........................69 charging ......29 on/off ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................11 SIM card ....51 Internet ...........................62 modes ......................................... © Print only for private use....................48 setting up a Microsoft® Outlook® account .....79 music player .....Index A alarms .......38 F favorites radio channel ......................................................................43 text 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....................................................taking ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................79 listening to while using other applications ...................................................................................................................16 overview ...........................73............... © Print only for private use..................................................................................................79 muting the volume .....................................................................................61 Windows Live Messenger ......................................................79 FM radio channels ....78 TV out ............................................10 turning on radio ...........................79 minimizing ...........................80 turning on .........................................................................................16 pictures ..................76 viewing photos and videos ........35 PUK ...........65 video camera icons ......................................................................................................................76 viewing music by category ....................79 synchronizing ...............................................................................................11 still camera settings ...............................................................................86 roaming ..............................................................................................77 videos playing ........79 returning to full view .............................................................................................................................................................................78 selecting saved channels .................57 Web feeds ......................56 shuffle tracks ........................................................................ ............38 starting .........................................................76 SIM card .................79 fine tuning the frequency ..............................................79 searching for channels ...................................29 RSS feeds .....................................39 using a Bluetooth connection ................................79 presets .........40 searching radio channels ...............................77 90 This is an Internet version of this publication..............................................................................31 calling from Contacts .....................75 mini radio view ..................................................64 text input ...............56 browsing ..............................................................................................................................65 streaming videos using YouTube™ ..................................15 updating your phone .....................................29 to create a Speed Dial entry ..................................................................7 lock and unblocking ..........................43 SOS See emergency numbers Speed Dial ...70 Video player controls ........57 history .......................................................................................32 settings .............................................................................................................................................................................73 Smart Dialing ...............................................................................78 sending photos and videos ..................................................................................78 play in the background ................................................................................................................................30 SMS ..................................................................................................................................................................................79 presets ..28 reset ...........................................................................................17 touch screen ..70 volume radio .......75 music mini player ...73 settings ...........77............................76 PlayNow™ .......................................................31 Video call settings ...............................31 control keys .........31 video camera .......................................23 scheduled synchronization .73 viewing ........................................................................................................................................................................................ 79 adjusting the volume ..........................................13 Internet ......................................................79 music ....................................................................35 sleep mode ............................................................76 navigating ..................77 streaming media .............................83 Update Service ..............................................................................................39 T R taking photos ...........29 status icons ...........................31 using the keypad ...9 SlideView Media ........81 preset FM radio channels ...................................................................................................79 switching between headphones/speaker ...........................................................56 display options ...............................................................................76 rejecting a call with busy tone .................................28 Rejecting a call with an SMS text message ................35 radio ...........69 settings ............................15 Video call calling from Call History .............77 switching between headphones/speaker .........38 scheduled synchronization ...................57 zooming .........................................................77 video .......................73 watching using YouTube™ ..........................................79 random order...................................................................36 playlists ..... 75 pictures viewing ...........................................75 PIN ....................... playing tracks in ...............................79 Web ........................76 viewing ....................40 setting up ........................................................62 U V S W Y YouTube™ .......................56 favorites ......79 mini radio view ...........................................................................79 overview .........75 radio .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................see RSS feeds Wi-Fi .......................64 videos ...............................................77 viewfinder still camera icons ..............................79 protection phone ........79 selecting radio .....78 using in the background ......

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