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B2100
User Guide
B 210 0 User Guide

B 210 0 User Guide


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ENGLISH

B2100 User Guide


Please read this manual carefully before operating your mobile phone.
Retain it for future reference.

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Contents
Contents

Introduction 5 Getting started 15 Access codes 19


Guidelines for safe and Installation PIN code (4 to 8 digits)
efficient use 6 Inserting the SIM card PIN2 code (4 to 8 digits)
Removing the SIM card PUK code (4 to 8 digits)
B2100 Features 10
Installing the battery PUK2 code (4 to 8 digits)
Parts of the phone
Charging the battery 16 Security code (4 to 8 digits)
Front view
Disconnecting the charger 17 Network password 20
Rear view 11

Turning your phone on and off 18 General functions 21


Key description 12
Turning your phone ON Making and answering calls
Keypad description
Turning your phone OFF Entering text 22
Right side of the phone 13
Phonebook 25
In call menu
Display information 14
Multiparty or conference calls 26
On-screen icons

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Contents
Accessing the Menu 28 Call register 42 Settings 47
Selecting functions and options Missed calls Date & Time
Menu tree 29 Received calls Phone settings
Messages 31 Dialled calls Call settings 48
Delete recent calls Security settings 50
Write text message
Call charges 43 Network settings 53
Write multimedia messages 32
GPRS information 44 GPRS setting 54
Inbox 34
Reset settings
Outbox 35
Drafts 36 Profiles 45
Listen to voice mail 37 Activate Organiser 55
Info message Personalise Alarm clock
Templates 38 Rename 46 Scheduler
Settings 39 Phonebook 56

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Contents
Contents

Camera 60 Internet 68 Accessories 75


Take a picture Home
Take in modes 61 Bookmarks Technical Data 76
My album 62 Profiles 69
Settings 63 Go to URL 71
Cache settings
Fun & tools 64 Cookies settings
Favorites Security certification
Games Reset profiles 72
Calculator Browser version
My folder 65
Unit converter Java 73
World time 66 Applications
Voice recorder Download 74
Memory status 67 Profiles

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Introduction
Congratulations on your purchase of the advanced and
compact B2100 mobile phone, designed to operate

Introduction
with the latest digital mobile communication
technology.

This user guide contains important information on


the use and operation of this phone. Please read all
the information carefully for optimal performance
and to prevent any damage to or misuse of the
phone. Any changes or modifications not expressly
approved in this user’s guide could void your
warranty for this equipment.

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Guidelines for safe and efficient use
Please read these simple guidelines. Not following ] The SAR limit recommended by the International
these guidelines may be dangerous or illegal. Further Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection
Guidelines for safe and efficient use

detailed information is given in this manual. (ICNIRP) is 2W/kg averaged over ten (10) gram of
tissue.
Exposure to radio frequency energy ] The highest SAR value for this model phone tested
Radio wave exposure and Specific Absorption Rate by DASY3 for use at the ear is 0.923 W/kg (10g).
(SAR) information ] SAR data information for residents in

This mobile phone model B2100 has been designed to countries/regions that have adopted the SAR limit
comply with applicable safety requirements for recommended by the Institute of Electrical and
exposure to radio waves. This requirement is based on Electronics Engineers (IEEE) is 1.6 W/kg averaged
scientific guidelines that include safety margins over one (1) gram of tissue (for example USA,
designed to assure the safety of all persons, regardless Canada, Australia and Taiwan).
of age and health.
] The radio wave exposure guidelines employ a unit of
Product care and maintenance
measurement known as the Specific Absorption WARNING! Only use batteries, chargers and
Rate, or SAR. Tests for SAR are conducted using accessories approved for use with this particular phone
standardised methods with the phone transmitting model. The use of any other types may invalidate any
at its highest certified power level in all used approval or warranty applying to the phone, and may be
frequency bands. dangerous.
] While there may be differences between the SAR ] Do not disassemble this unit. Take it to a qualified
levels of various LG phone models, they are all service technician when repair work is required.
designed to meet the relevant guidelines for
] Keep away from electrical appliances such as a TV's,
exposure to radio waves.
radios or personal computers.
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] The unit should be kept away from heat sources safely and do not touch the antenna unnecessarily.
such as radiators or cookers.

Guidelines for safe and efficient use


] Please remove the data cable before powering on
] Never place your phone in a microwave oven as it the handset.
will cause the battery to explode.
] Do not drop. Efficient phone operation
] Do not subject this unit to mechanical vibration or To enjoy optimum performance with minimum
shock. power consumption please:
] The coating of the phone may be damaged if ] Do not hold the antenna when the phone is in use. If
covered with wrap or vinyl wrapper. you hold it, it can affect call quality, it may also
cause the phone to operate at a higher power level
] Do not use harsh chemicals (such as alcohol,
than needed and shorten talk and standby times.
benzene, thinners, etc.) or detergents to clean your
phone. There is a risk of this causing a fire. Electronic devices
] Do not subject this unit to excessive smoke or dust.
All mobile phones may get interference, which
] Do not keep the phone next to credit cards or could affect performance.
transport tickets; it can affect the information on the ] Do not use your mobile phone near medical
magnetic strips. equipment without requesting permission. Avoid
] Do not tap the screen with a sharp object as it may placing the phone over pacemakers (i.e. in your
damage the phone. breast pocket.)
] Do not expose the phone to liquid or moisture. ] Some hearing aids might be disturbed by mobile

] Use accessories, such as earphones and headsets, phones.


with caution. Ensure that cables are tucked away ] Minor interference may affect TVs, radios, PCs, etc.

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Guidelines for safe and efficient use

Road safety Avoid damage to your hearing


Guidelines for safe and efficient use

Check the laws and regulations on the use of Damage to your hearing can occur if you are exposed
mobile phones in the areas when you drive. to loud sound for long periods of time. We therefore
] Do not use a hand-held phone while driving. recommend that you do not turn on or off the handset
close to your ear. We also recommend that music and
] Give full attention to driving. call volumes are set to a reasonable level.
] Use a hands-free kit, if available.

] Pull off the road and park before making or


Blasting area
answering a call if driving conditions so require. Do not use the phone where blasting is in progress.
Observe restrictions, and follow any regulations or
] RF energy may affect some electronic systems in
rules.
your motor vehicle such as a car stereo or safety
equipment.
Potentially explosive atmospheres
] If your vehicle is equipped with an air bag, do not
] Do not use the phone at a refueIling point. Don't
obstruct it with installed or portable wireless
use near fuel or chemicals.
equipment. It can cause serious injury due to
improper performance. ] Do not transport or store flammable gas, liquid, or
explosives in the compartment of your vehicle, which
If you are listening to music whilst out and about,
contains your mobile phone and accessories.
please ensure that the volume is at a reasonable level
so that you are aware of your surroundings.
This is particularly imperative when attempting to cross
the street.

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In aircraft Battery information and care

Guidelines for safe and efficient use


Wireless devices can cause interference in aircraft. ] You do not need to completely discharge the

] Turn off your mobile phone before boarding any battery before recharging. Unlike other battery
aircraft. systems, there is no memory effect that could
compromise the battery's performance.
] Do not use it on the ground without crew
] Use only LG batteries and chargers. LG chargers are
permission.
designed to maximize the battery life.
Children ] Do not disassemble or short-circuit the battery
pack.
Keep the phone in a safe place out of small children's
reach. It includes small parts which if detached may ] Keep the metal contacts of the battery pack clean.
cause a choking hazard. ] Replace the battery when it no longer provides
acceptable performance. The battery pack may be
Emergency calls recharged hundreds of times until it needs replacing.
Emergency calls may not be available under all mobile ] Recharge the battery if it has not been used for a
networks. Therefore, you should never depend solely long time to maximize usability.
on your mobile phone for emergency calls. Check with
] Do not expose the battery charger to direct sunlight
your local service provider.
or use it in high humidity, such as the bathroom.
] Do not leave the battery in hot or cold places, this
may deteriorate the battery performance.

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B2100 Features
Parts of the phone
B2100 Features

Front view

Earpiece
Display screen

Headset jack Side camera key


Favorites key Message key

Left soft key

Right soft key


Camera hot key
Send key End/Power key
Clear/Cancel key
Phone book
list key Numeric keys

Star key Hash key


Microphone

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Rear view

B2100 Features
Camera lens

Mirror

SIM card socket

Battery terminals

Battery
cover
Cable connector/ Battery
charging connector/ Hands-
Battery free car kit connector

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B2100 Features

Key description
B2100 Features

The following shows key components of the phone.

Keypad description
Key Description Key Description
Left soft key / Right soft key Send key
Each of these keys performs the function You can dial a phone number and answer a
indicated by the text on the display call. If you press this key without entering a
immediately above it. number, your phone shows the most
Navigation keys recently dialled, received and missed
Use to scroll through menus and move the numbers.
cursor. You can also use these keys for Numeric keys
quick access to the following functions. These keys are used mainly to dial in
• Up navigation key ( ): standby mode and enter numbers or
A shortcut key to the Favourites menu. characters in editing mode. When you press
these keys for a long time.
• Down navigation key ( ):
A shortcut key to the Phonebook. ~ • Used to call your voicemail box .
• Left navigation key ( ): A shortcut key • Used to add the international prefix .
to the Camera. • Used to call Speed dials from
• Right navigation key ( ) : (Short press) to .
Accesses the Write text message menu.
(Long press) Accesses the message inbox.
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B2100 Features
Right side of the phone
Key Description Key Description
END/PWR key A short press of this key will take you into
Used to end or reject a call. This key is also the Camera menu. Press and hold down
used as Power Key by pressing and holding this key to open the Camera module
this key for a few seconds. directly, simply press the same key again to
Clear key take a picture.
Deletes a character by each press. Hold the
key down to clear all input. Also use this key
to go back to the previous screen. In
addition, you can view the voice memo list
with a short press of the clear key in
standby mode. A long press of this key in
standby mode will start the voice recorder.

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B2100 Features

Display information
B2100 Features

The table below describes various display indicators or


icons that appear on the phone’s display screen.

On-screen icons
Icon/Indicator Description Icon/Indicator Description
Indicates the strength of the network Indicates that Vibrate profile has been
signal. set.
Indicates a call is in progress. Indicates the General profile is
Indicates that GPRS service is activated.
available. Indicates the Loud profile is activated.
Indicates that you are roaming on Indicates the Quiet profile is activated.
another network. Indicates the Headset profile is
Indicates the alarm has been set and is activated.
on. Indicates the Car profile is activated.
Indicates the status of the battery Indicates a call is diverted.
charge.
Indicates the receipt of a message.
Indicates the receipt of a voice mail.
You have received a push message.

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Getting started
Installation Follow the steps below to Remove the SIM card.

Getting started
1 . Remove the battery if attached.
1. Inserting the SIM card 2 . Take out the SIM card from the slot.

Notice
] Removing the battery from the phone whilst it is
switched on may cause it to malfunction.
] The metal contact of the SIM card can be easily
damaged by scratches. Pay special attention to the
SIM card when you handle and install. Follow the
instructions supplied with the SIM card.
Locate the SIM card socket in the back of the phone.
Follow the steps below to install the SIM card. 3. Installing the battery
1 . Remove the battery if attached.
2 . Slide the SIM card into the slot, under the silvery
holders, with the golden connectors facing down.

2. Removing the SIM card

1 . Position the lugs on the bottom of the battery into


the retaining holder.

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Getting started

4. Charging the battery


Getting started

To connect the travel adapter to the phone, you must


have installed the battery.

2 . Then push the half of the battery into position.

1 . With the arrow facing you as shown in the diagram


push the plug on the battery adapter into the
socket on the bottom of the phone until it clicks
into place.

3 . Lay the battery cover in place of the phone and


slide it until the latch clicks.

2 . Connect the other end of the travel adapter to the


mains socket. Only use the LG approved charger
provided in the box.

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Warning Note

Getting started
] Do not force the connector as this may damage the ] Ensure the battery is fully charged before using the
phone and/or the travel adapter. phone for the first time.
] Do not remove your battery or the SIM card while
5. Disconnecting the charger charging.
] The moving bars of battery icon will stop after charging
is complete.

Note
If the battery does not charge,
] switch the phone off.
] ensure the battery is fitted correctly.

Disconnect the travel adapter from the phone by


pressing its side buttons as shown in the diagram.

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Getting started

Turning your phone on and off


Getting started

Turning your phone ON


1 . Install a battery to the handset and connect the
phone to an external power source such as the
travel adapter, cigarette lighter adapter or hands-
free car kit or install a charged battery pack to the
handset.
2 . Press and hold for a few seconds until the LCD
screen is turned on.
3 . Depending on the status of the P I N c o d e
r e q u e s t setting, you may need to enter your PIN
code.

Turning your phone OFF


1 . Press and hold for a few seconds until the LCD
screen is turned off.

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Access codes PUK code (4 to 8 digits)

Getting started
You can use the access codes described in this section The PUK (PIN Unblocking Key) code is required to
to avoid unauthorised use of your phone. The access change a blocked PIN code. The PUK code may be
codes (except PUK and PUK2 codes) can be changed supplied with the SIM card. If not, contact your
by using the C h a n g e c o d e s feature [Menu 4.4.6]. network operator for the code. If you lose the code,
See page 53. please contact your network operator.

PIN code (4 to 8 digits) PUK2 code (4 to 8 digits)


The PIN (Personal Identification Number) code The PUK2 code, supplied with some SIM cards, is
protects your SIM card against unauthorised use. The required to change a blocked PIN2 code. If you lose
PIN code is usually supplied with the SIM card. When the code, please contact your network operator.
the P I N c o d e r e q u e s t is set to O n, your phone will
request the PIN code every time the phone is switched Security code (4 to 8 digits)
on. When the P I N c o d e r e q u e s t is set to O f f, your The security code protects the unauthorised use of
phone connects to the network directly without the your phone. The default security code is set to ‘0 0 0 0 0’
PIN code. and the security code is required to delete all phone
entries and to activate the R e s e t S e t t i n g s menu.
PIN2 code (4 to 8 digits) Also, the security code is required to enable or disable
The PIN2 code, supplied with some SIM cards, is the phone lock function. The security code default
required to access functions such as A d v i c e o f C a l l setting can be modified from the S e c u r i t y S e t t i n g s
Charge and F i x e d D i a l N u m b e r. These functions are menu.
only available if supported by your SIM card.

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Getting started

Network password
Getting started

The Network password is required when you use the


C a l l B a r r i n g function. You can obtain the password
from your network operator when you subscribe to this
function. See page 51 for further details.

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General functions
Making and answering calls international access code.

General functions
2 . Enter the country code, area code, and the phone
Making a call number.
1 . Make sure your phone is switched on. 3 . Press to call the number.
2 . Enter a phone number, including the area code. Ending a call
If you enter a wrong number, press the clear key
( ) to erase one digit at a time. When you have finished your call, press the end ( )
key.
Press and hold the clear key ( ) to erase the
digits in succession. Making a call from the phonebook
3 . Press the send key ( ) to call the number. You can save the names and phone numbers dialled
4 . To end the call, press the end key ( ). regularly in the SIM card and/or phone memory, which
is called phonebook.
Making a call using the send key You can dial a number by simply looking up the desired
1 . In standby mode, press the send key ( ), and name in the phonebook. For further details on the
the latest incoming, outgoing and missed phone phonebook feature, please refer to page 56 through
numbers will be displayed. 59.
2 . Select the desired number by using the up/down Answering a call
navigation keys. When you receive a call, the phone rings. If the caller
3 . Press to call the number. can be identified, the caller’s phone number (or name/
photo if saved in the phonebook) is displayed.
Making an international call
1 . To answer an incoming call, press the send key.
1 . Press and hold the key for the international
Alternatively, please see page 49 for other answer
prefix. The ‘+’ character automatically selects the
modes.
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General functions

Note T9 mode
General functions

] If P r e s s
a n y k e y has been set as the answer mode
(see page 49), any key press will answer a call except This mode lets you enter words with only one
for the or the right soft key. keystroke per letter. Each key on the keypad has
more than one letter. The T9 mode automatically
] You can answer a call while using the compares your keystrokes with an internal
p h o n e b o o k or other menu features. dictionary to determine the correct word, thus
2 . To end the call, press the key. requiring far fewer keystrokes than the traditional
ABC mode. This is sometimes known as predictive
Signal strength text.
You can check the strength of your signal by the signal ABC mode
indicator ( ) on the LCD screen of your phone. This mode lets you enter letters by pressing the
Signal strength can vary, particularly inside buildings. key labelled with the required letter once, twice,
Moving near to a window may improve reception. three or four times until the letter is displayed.

Entering text 123 mode (Number mode)


You can enter alphanumeric characters by using the Type numbers using one keystroke per number. To
phone’s keypad. For example, storing names in the change to 123 mode in a text entry field, press the
P h o n e b o o k, writing a message, creating a personal key until 123 mode is displayed.
greeting or scheduling events in the calendar all require
entering text.
The following text input methods are available in the
phone.

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Changing the text input mode the characters that it thinks you are typing based on
the built-in dictionary. You can also add new words in

General functions
1 . When you are in a field that allows characters to be the dictionary. As new words are added, the word
entered, you will notice the text input mode changes to reflect the most likely candidate from the
indicator in the upper right corner of the LCD dictionary.
screen.
1 . When you are in the T9 predictive text input mode,
- You can select the language of the T9 mode. Press start entering a word by pressing keys to .
the left soft key [Options], then select T 9 Press one key per letter.
l a n g u a g e s. You can also go to T 9 l a n g u a g e s
- The word changes as letters are typed. Ignore
menu by holding down the key. Select the
what’s on the screen until the word is typed
desired language of T 9 m o d e. You can also turn off
completely.
the T9 mode by selecting T 9 o f f. The default
setting on the phone is T9 enabled mode. - If the word is still incorrect after typing
completely, press the up/down navigation key
2 . Change the text input Text input once or more to cycle through the other word
mode by pressing . mode options.
You can check the
current text input mode E x a m p l e: Press to type G o o d
in the upper right corner Options Insert
Press [Down
of the LCD screen. navigation key] to type H o m e
] Using the T9 mode - If the desired word is missing from the word choice
list, add it using the ABC mode.
The T9 predictive text input mode lets you enter 2 . Enter the whole word before editing or deleting any
words easily with a minimum number of key presses. keystrokes.
As you press each key, the phone begins to display

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General functions

3 . Complete each word with a space by pressing the Note


key. To delete letters, press the key.
General functions

] Refer to the table below for more information on the


To delete letters, press the key. Press and hold characters available using the alphanumeric keys.
down the key to erase entire words in succession. Description
Key
Note Upper Case Lower Case
] To exit from the text input mode without saving your
. , / ? ! - : ' '' 1 . , / ? ! - : ' '' 1
input, press . The phone goes back to standby
mode. ABC2ÄÀÁÂÃÅÆÇ abc2äàáâãåæç

] Using the ABC mode DEF3ËÈÉÊ def3ëèéê


Use the to keys to enter your text. GHI4ÏÌÍν ghi4ïìíî©
1 . Press the key labelled with the required letter: JKL5 jkl5
- Once for the first letter
MNO6ÑÖØÒÓÔÕŒ mno6ñöøòóôõœ
- Twice for the second letter
- And so on PQRS7ßÍ pqrs7ßß
2 . To insert a space, press the key once. To TUV8ÜÙÚÛ tuv8üùúû
delete letters, press the key. Press and hold
down the key to erase the entire words in WXYZ9 wxyz9
succession. Space key, 0 Space key, 0

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Using the 123(Number) mode During a call

General functions
The 123 mode enables you to enter numbers in a text The menu displayed on the handset screen during a
message (for example, a telephone number). call is different to the default main menu displayed
Press the keys corresponding to the required digits when in standby mode and the options are described
before manually switching back to the appropriate text below.
entry mode.
Making a second call
Phonebook You can get a number you wish to dial from the
phonebook to make a second call. Press the right soft
You can save phone numbers and their corresponding
key then select S e a r c h. To save the dialled number
names in the memory of your SIM card.
into the phonebook during a call, press the right soft
In addition, you can save up to 200 numbers and key then select A d d n e w.
names in the phone memory.
The SIM card and phone are both used in the same Switching between two calls
way in the P h o n e b o o k menu. To switch between two calls, press the left soft key
(Refer to page 56 through 59 for details.) [Options], then select Swap or just press the key.
You can select one of two calls using the up/down
In call menu navigation keys. To end a call, highlight the phone
number using the up/down navigation keys then press
Your phone provides a number of control functions the key.
that you can use during a call. To access these
functions during a call, press the left soft key Answering an incoming call
[Options]. To answer an incoming call when the handset is ringing,
simply press the key. The handset is also able to

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General functions

warn you of an incoming call while you are already on a by pressing the [Unmute].
call. A tone sounds in the earpiece and the display will
General functions

show that a second call is waiting. This feature, known Switching DTMF tones on during a call
as C a l l w a i t i n g, is only available if your network To turn DTMF tones on during a call, press the left soft
supports it. For details of how to activate and key, and then select D T M F on. DTMF tones can be
deactivate it see C a l l w a i t i n g on page 49. turned off the same way. DTMF tones allow your
If C a l l w a i t i n g is activated, you can put the first call phone to make use of an automated switchboard.
on hold and answer the second, by pressing or by
selecting left soft key, then H o l d & A n s w e r. You can Multiparty or conference calls
end the current call and answer the waiting call by The multiparty or conference service provides you with
selecting left soft key and then E n d & A n s w e r. the ability to have a simultaneous conversation with
more than one caller, if your network operator
Rejecting an incoming call
supports this feature. A multiparty call can only be set
You can reject an incoming call without answering by up when you have one active call and one call on hold,
simply pressing the key. both calls having been answered. Once a multiparty call
During a call, you can reject an incoming call by is set up, calls can be added, disconnected or
pressing the left soft key [Menu] and selecting the separated (that is, removed from the multiparty call
Multiparty/Reject or by pressing the key. but still connected to you) by the person who set up
the multiparty call. These options are all available from
Muting the microphone the In-Call menu. The maximum callers in a multiparty
You can mute the microphone during a call by pressing call are five. Once started, you are in control of the
the left soft key [Options] then selecting M u t e. When multiparty call and only you can add callers to the
the handset is muted, the caller cannot hear you, but multiparty call.
you can still hear them. The handset can be unmuted

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Making a second call Putting a member of a multiparty call on hold

General functions
You can make a second call while currently on a call. To place one selected caller (whose number is
Enter the phone number and press the key. When currently displayed on the screen) of a multiparty call
the second call is connected, the first call is on hold, press the left soft key, then select
automatically placed on hold. You can swap between M u l t i p a r t y / E x c l u d e.
two calls by pressing the left soft key then selecting Displaying callers in a multiparty call
S w a p.
Using the up/down navigation keys, you can scroll
Setting up a multiparty call through the phone numbers of the callers in a
Place one call on hold and while the active call is on, multiparty call.
press the leftsoft key and then select M u l t i p a r t y / Having a private call during a multiparty call
J o i n a l l.
To have a private call with one caller from a multiparty
Putting a multiparty call on hold call, display the number of the caller you wish to talk to
on the screen, then press the left soft key. Select
Press the left soft key, then select M u l t i p a r t y / H o l d
M u l t i p a r t y / P r i v a t e to put all the other callers on
a l l.
hold.
Activate the multiparty call on hold
Ending a multiparty call
Press the left soft key, then select M u l t i p a r t y / J o i n
The currently displayed caller from a multiparty call can
a l l.
be disconnected by pressing the key. To end a
Adding calls to the multiparty call multiparty call, press the left soft key, then select
M u l t i p a r t y / E n d m u l t i p a r t y. After pressing the left
To add a call to an existing multiparty call, press the
soft key, selecting M u l t i p a r t y / E n d a l l will end all the
left soft key, then select M u l t i p a r t y / J o i n a l l.
active and on-hold calls.
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Accessing the Menu
Selecting functions and options
Accessing the Menu

Your phone offers a range of functions that allow you


to customise it. These functions are arranged in menus
and sub-menus, accessed via the two soft keys marked
and . Each menu and sub-menu lets you view
and alter the settings of a particular function.
The roles of the soft keys vary according to the current
context or the label on the bottom line of the screen
just above each key indicates its current function.
(e.g.)

Menu Names

Press the left soft key Press the right soft key to
to access the available activate the corresponding
menu. action.
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Menu tree

1 Messages 3 Profiles 5 Organiser

Menu tree
1.1 Write text message 1 General 5.1 Alarm clock
1.2 Write multimedia message 2 Loud 5.2 Scheduler
1.3 Inbox 3 Headset 5.3 Phonebook
1.4 Outbox 4 Car
1.5 Drafts 5 Vibrate Only 6 Camera
1.6 Listen to voice mail 6 Quiet 6.1 Take a picture
1.7 Info message 6.2 Take in modes
1.8 Templates 4 Settings 6.3 My album
1.9 Settings 4.1 Date & Time 6.4 Settings
4.2 Phone settings
2 Call register 4.3 Call settings
2.1 Missed calls 4.4 Security settings
2.2 Received calls 4.5 Network settings
2.3 Dialled calls 4.6 GPRS setting
2.4 Delete recent calls 4.7 Reset settings
2.5 Call charges
2.6 GPRS information

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Menu tree

7 Fun & Tools 8 Internet 9 Java


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7.1 Favourites 8.1 Home 9.1 Applications


7.2 Games 8.2 Bookmarks 9.2 Download
7.3 Calculator 8.3 Profiles 9.3 Profiles
7.4 My folder 8.4 Go to URL
7.5 Unit converter 8.5 Cache settings 0 SIM Service
7.6 World time 8.6 Cookies settings This menu depends on SIM and
7.7 Voice recorder 8.7 Security certification the network services.
7.8 Memory status 8.8 Reset profiles
8.9 Browser version

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Messages
Press the menu key ( ) and select M e s s a g e s using ] S e n d : Enter the phone number or select the
number from the recent numbers or the Contacts

Messages
navigation keys.
after pressing the left soft key [Options]. You can
Write text message Menu 1.1 send a message to a maximum of 6 phone
numbers at a time. Before sending the message,
This menu includes functions related to SMS (Short you can set the following options by pressing the
Message Service), MMS (Multimedia Message Service), right soft key [Settings].
voice mail, as well as the network’s service messages.
Sending of SMS and MMS leads to costs. For details 1) V a l i d i t y p e r i o d : Set the length of time for
please contact your network operator. which your text messages will be saved at the
SMS centre while attempts are made to deliver
When the icon appears, you have received a them to the recipient. Possible values are 1
voice mail. When the icon appears, you have hour, 12 hours, 1 day, 1 week and the
received a new text message. If the message memory is maximum authorised by your network operator.
full, a message is displayed, the icon becomes
2) D e l i v e r y r e p o r t : Select whether to activate
red and you cannot receive any new messages. Use the
or deactivate option for the report function.
D e l e t e option in the I n b o x menu to delete obsolete
When this function is activated, the network
messages. Once there is space in the message memory,
informs you whether your message has been
any undelivered SMS messages will be received
delivered or not.
(provided sufficient space is available).
3) R e p l y c h a r g i n g : Allows the recipients of your
1 . Key in your message. For details on how to enter text message to send you a reply via your
text, refer to pages 22 through 24 (Entering Text). message centre, if the service is provided by the
2 . After you complete the message, to select the network.
required option, press the left soft key [Options]. ] S a v e : Saves the message so that it can be sent
The following options are available. later.
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Messages

] F o n t : Select the desired font size and style for Several preset pictures are available in the phone
the message using the left/right navigation keys. and they can be replaced with new ones received
Messages

from other sources.


] C o l o u r : Select the desired foreground colour
using the left/right navigation key. Then, press the ] S o u n d : If available, you can attach a sound to a
down navigation key and select the background short message.
colour using the left/right navigation key. ] Te
ext t e m p l a t e s : You can select a text template
] A l i g n m e n t : Select where to align text. already set in the phone.
] Add T 9 d i c t i o n a r y : When you don't find a ] P h o n e b o o k : You can add phone numbers to the
desired word in the T9 text input mode, you can message.
add a word using this option in the T9 dictionary. ] S i g n a t u r e : You can attach your name card.
After typing a word, press the left soft key [Save].
] T9 l a n g u a g e s : Select the language for T9 input Write multimedia messages Menu 1.2
mode. You can also deactivate T9 input mode by
A multimedia message can contain text, images and
selecting T 9 o f f. For further details on the T9
sound clips. This feature can be used only if it is
mode, refer to page 23 through 24.
supported by your network operator or service
] E x i t : Exits from the W r i t e t e x t m e s s a g e menu. provider. Only the devices that offer compatible
3 . You can also send attachments with the message by multimedia message features can receive and send
pressing the right soft key [Insert], while you’re multimedia messages. You can create a multimedia
entering a message. message up to 10 slides (approximately 100 KB).

] S y m b o l : You can attach special characters. 1 . After entering the subject of the message, press
key.
] P i c t u r e : Sends and receives text messages that
contain pictures, known as ‘picture messages’. 2 . Key in the text message. Using the right soft key
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[Insert], you can insert a symbol, a picture, a sound, not your message has been delivered.
Record voice, text templates, phone numbers stored

Messages
3) Press the left soft key [Send].
in the phonebook or a Signature.
] P r e v i e w : Select this option to check out the
3 . Press the left soft key [Options]. The following
multimedia message you've created. Each slide is
options are available.
sequentially played back automatically. You can
] S e n d : You can send the multimedia message to a also move to another slide from the currently
maximum of 6 recipients at the same time. played slide using the left/right navigation keys.
1) Key in the phone number. You can also search To replay the message, press the left soft key
for the phone number from the recent number [Replay].
list or the phonebook using the left soft key ] S a v e : Saves the message in drafts or as a
[Options]. template.
2) Press the right soft key [Settings]. You can set ] Add s l i d e : Add a slide before or after the current
the following options: slide.
- P r i o r i t y : Set the priority of the MMS. ] Move t o s l i d e : Select this option to move to
another slide from the current slide.
- V a l i d i t y p e r i o d : Set the duration for
keeping the multimedia messages on the ] Delete s l i d e : Deletes the current slide.
network server. Possible values are 1 hour, 12
] Set s l i d e f o r m a t : You can set the following slide
hours, 1 day, 1 week and the maximum
format.
authorised by the network operator.
- Set timer
- D e l i v e r y r e p o r t : Select Y e s to activate the Enter the timer in each field using the numeric
report function. When this function is keypad.
activated, the network informs you whether or

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Messages

- Swap text and picture Icon Description


You can switch the position of picture and text
Messages

of the message. Multimedia message


] Add T 9 d i c t i o n a r y : When you don't find a Short message
desired word in the T9 text input mode, you can SIM message
add a word in the T9 dictionary using this option. Read
After typing a word, press the left soft key [Save]. Notified multimedia message
] T9 l a n g u a g e s : Select the T9 language for T9
Each received message has the following options
input mode. You can also deactivate the T9 input
available. Press the left soft key [Options].
mode by selecting T9 off. For further details on
the T9 mode, refer to page 22 through 24. ] V i e w : You can view the selected message.

] E x i t : Exits from the Write multimedia message ] R e p l y : You can reply to the sender with a text
menu. message or a multimedia message.
] F o r w a r d : You can forward the selected message
Inbox Menu 1.3 to other recipients.
You will be alerted when you have received messages
] Return c a l l : You can call back the sender.
and they will be stored in the Inbox.
] D e l e t e : Deletes the selected message from the
Press the left soft key [Menu] and select Messages ’
Inbox or, you can take a shortcut by pressing and inbox.
holding the right navigation key ( ) in standby mode ] E x t r a c t : You can extract picture, sound, sender’s
for a few seconds. number, URL, email address and so on from the
In the Inbox, you can identify each message by icons. message. They will be saved in My folder,
For detail, see the icon description below. Phonebook, or Bookmarks.

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] I n f o r m a t i o n : You can view the information of the can also check whether you have received the delivery
message: the sender's address, subject (only for report through the following icons.

Messages
multimedia message), the date and time when the
Icon Description
message has arrived, message type and size, and
the priority (only for multimedia message). MMS Sent
] R e p l a y : You can replay the selected multimedia Failed
message. (Only for multimedia message) Delivery confirmed
] D e l e t e a l l : Deletes all the messages in the inbox SMS sent
folder.
] R e c e i v e : When you receive a multimedia In each message, the following options are available by
notification message, you need to select this pressing the left soft key [Options].
option to download the multimedia message. The messages of which transmission was
(Only for multimedia notification message) completed has the following options.
] C a n c e l : You can cancel downloading the ] V i e w : You can view the selected message.
multimedia message. (Only for multimedia ] F o r w a r d : You can forward the selected message to
notification message) other recipients.
] D e l e t e : Deletes the selected message from outbox.
Outbox Menu 1.4
] I n f o r m a t i o n : You can view the information of
All the messages you have sent are stored in the selected message: subject (only for multimedia
Outbox folder. You can view the list and contents of message), the date and time when you sent it,
messages. In the outbox message list, you can verify if message type and size, the priority (only for
the transmission was successful. If the transmission multimedia message) and recipients.
failed, “Failed” is displayed before the recipient. You

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Messages

] Delete a l l : Deletes all the messages in the outbox messages are listed with the date and time when they
folder. were saved. Scroll through the list using the up/down
Messages

navigation keys.
The messages of which transmission is in
progress has the following options. Icon Description
] V i e w : You can view the selected message. Multimedia message
] S e n d : Select this to send it again. Text message
] C a n c e l : Cancels transmitting of the message.
Each draft has the following options. Press the left soft
] D e l e t e : Cancels transmitting the message and key [Options].
deletes the message. ] V i e w : You can view the selected message.
] I n f o r m a t i o n : You can view the information of
] E d i t : You can edit the selected message.
selected message: subject (only for multimedia
message), the date and time when you sent it, ] S e n d : Select this to send the message. You will have
message type and size, the priority (only for to choose the recipients before sending the
multimedia message), and recipients. message.
] S e n d a l l : Sends all the messages of which ] D e l e t e : Deletes the selected message from the
transmission is in progress again. drafts folder.
] C a n c e l a l l : Cancels all the message transmission. ] I n f o r m a t i o n : You can view the information of
selected message: subject (only for multimedia
] D e l e t e a l l : Cancels all the message transmission
message), the date and time when saved, message
and deletes all of them. type and size and the priority (only for multimedia
message).
Drafts Menu 1.5
] D e l e t e a l l : Deletes all the messages from drafts
You can view the messages saved as a draft. The draft folder.
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Listen to voice mail Menu 1.6 Read (Menu 1.7.1)

Messages
This menu provides you with a quick way of accessing 1 . Select R e a d to view the message, it will be
your voice mailbox (if provided by your network). displayed on the screen.
Before using this feature, you must enter the voice
2 . The message will be shown until another message is
centre number obtained from your network operator.
reached.
When a new voice message is received, the
symbol will be displayed on the screen. Please check Topics (Network dependent) (Menu 1.7.2)
with your network provider for details of their service in
] Add new
order to configure the handset correctly.
You can add a new info service message number with
Info message (Network dependent) Menu 1.7
its nickname in the phone or in the SIM (if the SIM is
available).
Info service messages are text messages sent by the
network to mobile phone users. They provide general ] View list
information such as weather reports or traffic You can view the list of all the info service
conditions. Each type of information has the number; message numbers. Press the left soft key
therefore, you can contact the service provider as long [Options] to edit or delete the info message
as you have input the certain number for the category.
information. When you receive an info service message,
] Active list
a popup message will indicate a new message receipt or
the info service message will be displayed directly. The You can set whether you will receive each info service
following options are available when viewing info message or not using the left soft key [On/Off] in
service messages. this list.

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Messages

Templates Menu 1.8 - W r i t e m u l t i m e d i a m e s s a g e : Use this to send


the selected template message by MMS.
Messages

There are pre-defined messages in the list. You can


view and edit the template messages or create new ] Add n e w : Use this to create new template.
messages. Two types of templates are available: Text ] D e l e t e : Deletes the selected template.
and Multimedia.
] Delete a l l : Deletes all the text templates.
Text templates (Menu 1.8.1)
Multimedia templates (Menu 1.8.2)
• Please call me back.
You can create a multimedia template after pressing
• I’m late. I will be there at the left soft key [Add new] and the multimedia
• Where are you now? templates you saved as a template while creating a
• I am on the way. multimedia message in the W r i t e m u l t i m e d i a
m e s s a g e (See page 32).
• Top urgent. Please contact.
• I love you. ] V i e w : You can view the multimedia template.

The following options are available. ] E d i t : You can edit the multimedia template.

] V i e w : You can view the selected template. ] Add n e w : Allows you to add a new multimedia
template.
] E d i t : Use this to write a new message or edit the
selected template message from the text template ] Write m e s s a g e s : You can write a multimedia
list. message with the multimedia template.
] Write messages ] D e l e t e : Deletes the selected template message
- W r i t e t e x t m e s s a g e : Use this to send the from the multimedia template list.
selected template message by SMS. ] Delete a l l : Clears the multimedia template list.
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Signature (Menu 1.8.3) ] Validity p e r i o d : Set the length of time for which
your text messages will be saved at the SMS centre

Messages
This option helps you to make your own name card. while attempts are made to deliver them to the
Key in the name, mobile phone number, home number, recipient. Possible values are 1 hour, 12 hours, 1
office number, Fax number and E-mail address. After day, 1 week and the maximum authorised by your
creating the name card, you can access the following network operator.
options using the left soft key [Options].
] D e l i v e r y r e p o r t : Select whether to activate or
] E d i t : You can edit the name card.
deactivate the report function. When this function is
] Write messages activated, the network informs you whether or not
- W r i t e t e x t m e s s a g e : Use this to send the name your message has been delivered.
card by SMS. ] R e p l y v i a s a m e s e r v i c e c e n t r e : Allows the
- W r i t e m u l t i m e d i a m e s s a g e : Use this to send recipient of your SMS message to send you a reply
the name card by MMS. via your message centre, if the service is provided by
the network.
] D e l e t e : Deletes the name card.
] S M S c e n t r e : Saves or changes the number of your
Settings Menu 1.9 SMS centre when sending text messages. You must
obtain this number from your service provider.
Text message (Menu 1.9.1) Multimedia message (Menu 1.9.2)

This menu lets you set up default SMS information. Via this menu, you can set up the default multimedia
message information.
] Message t y p e s : Set the default message type
(Text, Voice, Fax, Natl. paging, X.400, E-mail, The following options are available.
ERMES). The network can convert the messages into ] P r i o r i t y : Set the priority for the multimedia
the selected format. messages you will send.
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Messages

] Validity p e r i o d : Set the length of time for which ] Permitted t y p e s : Set the permitted type. Possible
your multimedia messages will be saved in the values are Personal, Advertisements and Information.
Messages

network server while attempts are made to deliver


them to the recipient. Possible values are 1 hour, 12 Voice mail centre (Menu 1.9.3)
hours, 1 day, 1 week and the maximum authorised You can check the voice mail centre address.
by your network operator.
] Delivery r e p o r t : Select whether to activate or Info message (Menu 1.9.4)
deactivate the report function. When this function is Info service messages are text messages delivered by the
activated, the network informs you whether or not network to GSM. They provide general information such
your message has been delivered. as weather reports, traffic news, taxis, pharmacies and
] Auto download stock prices. Each type of information has the number;
therefore, you can contact service provider as long as
O n : If you select this, messages are downloaded you have input the certain number for the information.
automatically on receipt. When you have received an info service message, you
O f f : Requires you to confirm you want to download can see the popup message to show you that you have
the message. received a message or the info service message is
H o m e n e t w o r k o n l y : If you select this, messages directly displayed. The following options are available.
are downloaded automatically on receipt in your ] R e c e i v e : If you select Y E S, your phone will receive
home network area. And outside your home service Info service messages. Otherwise, it will not receive
area, it requires you to confirm you to download the Info service messages any more.
message. ] A l e r t : If you select Y E S, Your phone will beep when
] Network s e t t i n g s : If you select the multimedia you have received Info service message numbers.
message server, you can set the URL for multimedia Otherwise, it will not beep even though you have
message server. received info service messages.

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] L a n g u a g e s : You can select the language you want

Messages
Icon Description
by pressing [On/Off]. Then the info service message
will be shown in the language that you have selected. Read Push Message
Unread Push Message
Push messages (Menu 1.9.5)
After selecting a push message, the following menus
You can order push messages from WAP service are available.
providers. Push messages are notifications of, for
example, news headlines and they can contain a text ] I n f o r m a t i o n : Shows the information of the current
message or the address of a WAP service. For push message.
availability and subscription, contact your WAP service ] L o a d : Connects to a specific site using the
provider. information in the current push message.
Note ] D e l e t e : Deletes the current push message.
] Service providers can update an existing push message ] Delete A l l : Deletes all the messages in inbox
with a new incoming push message. (Old one will be
replaced with new one.) (including SMS, MMS, etc.).
] When push messages expire, they are deleted
automatically.

In this menu, you can set the push message receive


option.
] Receive o n : If you select this, all push messages will
be accepted irrespective of the origination.
] Receive o f f : Will not accept any push message.
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Call register
You can check the record of missed, received and the left soft key [Options], you can also:
dialled calls only if the network supports Calling Line
Call register

] View the date and time at which the call was made.
Identification (CLI) within the service area.
] Save the number in the phonebook. Enter a name for
The number and name (if available) are displayed the number and save it in the phonebook.
together. You can also view call times and costs.
] Send a message to this number.
Press the menu key ( ) and select C a l l r e g i s t e r
] Delete the call from the list.
using navigation keys.

Missed calls Menu 2.1


Dialled calls Menu 2.3

This option lets you view outgoing calls (called or


This option lets you view unanswered calls. After
attempted). Using the [Options] key, you can also:
pressing the left soft key [Options], you can also:
] View the date and time at which the call was made.
] View the date and time at which the call was made.
] Save the number in the phonebook. Enter a name for
] Save the number in the phonebook. Enter a name for
the number and save it in the phonebook.
the number and save it in the phonebook.
] Send a message to this number.
] Send a message to this number.
] Delete the call from the list.
] Delete the call from the list.

Note Delete recent calls Menu 2.4


] You can delete all the call records from the list using Use this to delete the missed call list, received call list,
the D e l e t e r e c e n t c a l l s menu.
or dialled call list. You can also delete all call lists at
one time selecting A l l c a l l s.
Received calls Menu 2.2

This option lets you view incoming calls. After pressing


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Call charges Menu 2.5 Note

Call register
] The actual cost invoiced for calls by your service
provider may vary, depending on network features,
Call duration (Menu 2.5.1) rounding-off for billing, taxes, etc.
Use this to view the duration of your incoming and
outgoing calls. You can check each call duration at the Settings (Menu 2.5.3)
bottom of screen while scrolling using the up/down ] Set tariff
navigation keys. You can reset the call timer by
Set tariff: You can set the currency type and the unit
selecting R e s e t a l l.
price. Contact your service provider to obtain
] Last call: Length of the last call. charging unit prices. To select the currency or unit in
] All calls: Total length of all calls made or received this menu, you need the PIN2 code. If you want to
calls since the timer was last reset. input @, £, $ symbol, clear all currency strings and
] Received calls: Length of the incoming calls.
then press key. If you want to change the
symbol, press key again.
] Dialled calls: Length of the outgoing calls.
] Reset all: Select this to reset all the call duration. Note
] When all units have been used, no calls can be made
except emergency calls. Depending on the SIM card,
Call costs (Menu 2.5.2) you need the PIN2 code to set a call cost limit.
This network service allows you to check the last call
cost, the total call cost and the remaining call cost. The ] Set credit
call cost is displayed on the bottom of the LCD screen. This network service allows you to limit the cost of
To reset the call cost, select R e s e t a l l. You are your calls to the selected charging units. You can
requested to enter the PIN2 code. make or receive a call up to the specified cost limit.
R e a d : You can check the remaining units.
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Call register

C h a n g e : You can change your charging limit.


Call register

] Auto display
This network service allows you to see automatically
the cost of your last call. If you select O n, you can
see the cost of the last call when the call is released.

GPRS information Menu 2.6

You can check the amount of data transferred over the


network through the GPRS information option. In
addition, you can also view how much time you are
online. (GPRS stands for General Packet Radio
Service.)

Call duration (Menu 2.6.1)

You can check the duration of the last call and all calls.
You can also reset the call timers by selecting R e s e t
a l l.

Data volumes (Menu 2.6.2)

You can check the sent data volume, received data


volume and all data volume. You can also reset the
counter by selecting R e s e t a l l.

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Profiles
In Profiles, you can adjust and customise the phone a selection.
tones for different events, environments. There are six

Profiles
3 . R i n g v o l u m e : Set the volume of the ringing tone.
preset profiles: G e n e r a l, L o u d, H e a d s e t, C a r,
4 . M e s s a g e a l e r t t y p e : Select the alert type for
V i b r a t e O n l y and Q u i e t. Each profile can be
receiving a message.
personalised.
Press the menu key ( ) and select P r o f i l e s using 5 . M e s s a g e t o n e : Select the alert tone for receiving
navigation keys. a message.
6 . K e y p a d v o l u m e : Set the volume of keypad tone.
Activate Menu 3.x.1
7 . K e y p a d t o n e : Select the desired keypad tone.
1 . A list of profiles is displayed.
8 . E f f e c t s o u n d v o l u m e : Set the volume of effect
2 . In the P r o f i l e list, scroll to the profile you want to sound.
activate and press the left soft key [Select]. 9 . P o w e r o n / o f f v o l u m e : Set the volume of the
3 . Then, select A c t i v a t e. ringing tone when switching the phone on/off.
0 . A u t o a n s w e r : (only in Headset profile and Car
Personalise Menu 3.x.2
profile) You can activate the automatic answer
Scroll to the desired profile in the Profile list and select feature. Select when the phone answers
P e r s o n a l i s e. The profile setting option opens. Set the automatically.
option as required.
O f f : Deactivates the Auto answer feature.
1 . C a l l a l e r t t y p e : Set the alert type for incoming
calls. A f t e r 5 s e c s : After 5 seconds, the phone will
answer automatically.
2 . R i n g t o n e : Select the desired ring tone from the
list. Scroll through the list using up/down navigation A f t e r 1 0 s e c s : After 10 seconds, the phone will
keys. You can hear the desired tone prior to making answer automatically.

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Profiles

Rename Menu 3.x.3


Profiles

You can rename a profile and give it any name you


want. V i b r a t e o n l y, H e a d s e t and C a r profiles
cannot be renamed.
1 . To change the name of a profile, scroll to the profile
in the profile list and select R e n a m e.
2 . Key in the desired name and press the left soft key
[OK].

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Settings
Press the menu key ( ) and select S e t t i n g s using Time format (Menu 4.1.4)

Settings
the navigation keys. 24-hour
12-hour
Date & Time Menu 4.1
This option lets you change the current time and date Phone settings Menu 4.2
displayed. The following options are available.
Many features of your phone can be customised to suit
Set date (Menu 4.1.1) your preferences. All of these features are accessed via
the P h o n e s e t t i n g s menu.
Use this to enter the day, month and year. You can
change the D a t e f o r m a t via the Date format menu Wallpaper (Menu 4.2.1)
option.
Use this to set up the display on the LCD screen in
Date format (Menu 4.1.2) standby mode.
DD/MM/YYYY (day/month/year) Greeting note (Menu 4.2.2)
MM/DD/YYYY (month/day/year) If you select O n, you can edit the text which will be
YYYY/MM/DD (year/month/day) displayed in standby mode.

Set time (Menu 4.1.3) Language (Menu 4.2.3)


Use this to enter the current time. You can choose the You can select the display language. When the
time format via the T i m e f o r m a t menu option. language option is set to A u t o m a t i c, the language is
automatically selected according to the language of
the SIM card used. English will be set if the language on
the SIM card is not supported by the phone.
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Settings
Backlight (Menu 4.2.4) Call settings Menu 4.3
Settings

Use this to select whether or not the phone uses the To change the settings for call diverting.
backlight. A small increase in standby/talk time can be
achieved by turning the backlight off. Call divert (Menu 4.3.1)

When this network service is activated, you can direct


LCD contrast (Menu 4.2.5)
your incoming calls to another number, for example, to
Adjust the LCD contrast with , . your voice mailbox number. For details, contact your
network operator. Select one of the divert options, for
Information window (Menu 4.2.6) example, select If busy to divert voice calls when your
You can preview the current state of the selected menu number is busy or when you reject incoming calls.
before opening the menu. The state is shown on the The following options are available.
bottom of the screen.
] All voice calls
Menu colour (Menu 4.2.7) Diverts all voice calls unconditionally.
Your phone provides you with 4 menu colour themes. ] If busy
Set the menu colour by scrolling and pressing the left Diverts voice calls when the phone is in use.
soft key [Select].
] If no reply
Network name (Menu 4.2.8) Diverts voice calls which you do not answer.
Select whether to display the network name when the ] If out of reach
phone is turned on/off.
Diverts voice calls when the phone is switched off or
out of coverage.

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] All data calls Answer mode (Menu 4.3.2)

Settings
Diverts to a number with a PC connection Select the desired mode to answer a call.
unconditionally.
] Any key
] All fax calls
When the phone rings, you can answer a call by
Diverts to a number with a fax connection
pressing any key except the key and the right
unconditionally.
soft key ( ).
Each option has the following menu:
] Send key only
- Activate
You can answer a call only by pressing the send key.
Activates the corresponding service.
T o v o i c e m a i l c e n t r e : Forwards to message Send my number (Menu 4.3.3)
centre. This function does not apply to All data
This network service lets you decide whether your
calls and All fax calls menus.
phone number is displayed (On) or hidden (Off) from
T o o t h e r n u m b e r : Input the number for call the person you are calling. Select S e t b y n e t w o r k to
diverting. reset the phone to the setting that you have agreed
T o f a v o u r i t e n u m b e r : After entering up to 5 upon with your service provider.
frequently used phone numbers, you can divert
calls to them. Call waiting (Menu 4.3.4)

- Cancel The network will notify you of a new incoming call while
Cancels the selected call divert. you have a call in progress. Select A c t i v a t e to request
- View status the network to activate call waiting C a n c e l to request
You can check the status of the service. the network to deactivate call waiting or V i e w s t a t u s,
to check if the function is active or not.
] Cancel a l l : Cancels all call divert settings.
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Settings

Minute minder (Menu 4.3.5) D e l e t e : Delets the selected CUG.


Settings

When set to O n the phone will beep every minute D e l e t e a l l : Delets all CUG.
during an outgoing call to keep you informed of the
length of the call. Security settings Menu 4.4

Various passwords are used to protect certain features


Auto redial (Menu 4.3.6)
of your phone. Refer to page 19 for the various
Select O n, and your phone will make a maximum of passwords.
four attempts to connect the call after an unsuccessful
call attempt. PIN code request (Menu 4.4.1)

When the PIN code request feature is enabled, you


Closed user group must enter your PIN each time you switch the phone
(Network dependent) (Menu 4.3.7) on. Consequently, any person who does not have your
Restricts usage of the phone with numbers that belong PIN cannot use your phone without your approval.
to certain user groups. When this function is used,
every outgoing call is associated with a group index. If a
Note
group index is specified, it is used for all outgoing calls. ] Before disabling the PIN code request feature, you

If no group index is specified, the network will use the must enter your PIN.
preferential index (a specific index that is stored in the
network). The following options are available:
D e f a u l t : Activates the default group agreed on with ] O n : You must enter the PIN each time the phone is
the network operator. switched on.
S e t : Select this to activate the selected CUG Index. ] O f f : The phone connects directly to the network

E d i t : You can edit the CUG name and CUG Index. when you switch it on.

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Phone lock (Menu 4.4.2) Automatic key lock (Menu 4.4.3)

Settings
When the P h o n e l o c k feature is enabled, the phone is When you enable Automatic key lock, keypad will be
locked and you must enter the phone password each locked automatically on an idle screen after 10
time the phone is switched on. seconds without any key requesting.
The password is factory set to 0 0 0 0. To change the
Note
phone password, refer to the C h a n g e c o d e s -
] If you want to lock your phone keypad manually,
S e c u r i t y c o d e menu option (Menu 4.4.6.3). Once press then .
the correct password has been entered, you can use
] To unlock your phone keypad, press [unlock] key
the phone until you switch it off. and then press key. If you enable Automatic key
The following options are available: lock, your phone keypad will lock again automatically
after 10 seconds.
] On

You are required to enter the phone password when Call barring (Network dependent) (Menu 4.4.4)
you switch the phone on. Call barring lets you restrict the making and receiving
] Off of calls with your phone. For this function, you need
the Network password, which you can obtain from your
The phone connects directly to the network when service provider.
you switch it on.
The following options are available:
] Automatic
] All outgoing
Your phone will request security code only when you
No call can be made.
change your SIM card.
] Outgoing international
International calls cannot be made.

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Settings

] Outgoing international except home country Note


Settings

When abroad, calls can be made only to numbers ] To use the Call barring service, you must input the
within the current country and to your home network password. When calls are barred, calls may be
possible to certain emergency numbers on some
country, the country where your home network networks.
provider is located.
] All incoming Fixed dial number (FDN)
No call can be received. (SIM dependent) (Menu 4.4.5)
] Incoming when abroad Use this to restrict your outgoing calls to selected
Calls cannot be received when you are using your phone numbers, if this function is supported by your
phone outside your home service area. SIM card. The PIN2 code is required.
] Cancel all The following options are available:
All call barring settings are deactivated; calls can be ] Activate
made and received normally. Use this to only call phone numbers saved in the
] Change password phonebook. You must enter your PIN2 code.
Use this to set and change the call barring password ] Cancel
obtained from your service provider using this option. Allows you to call any number.
You must enter the current password before you can
specify a new one. Once you have entered a new ] Number list
password, you are asked to confirm it by entering it Use this to view the numbers saved as fixed dial
again. numbers.

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Note Automatic (Menu 4.5.1)

Settings
] Not all SIM cards have a PIN2. If your SIM card does
not have PIN2, this menu option is not be displayed. Use this to set the phone to automatically search for
and select one of the cellular networks available in your
Change codes (Menu 4.4.6) area. The phone will default back to A u t o m a t i c if it is
switched off.
The C h a n g e c o d e s feature lets you change your
current password to a new one. You must enter the Manual (Menu 4.5.2)
current password before you can specify a new one.
If you want to select the desired network manually
Use this to change the access codes: P I N c o d e, P I N 2 from a list of network. If the connection to the
c o d e, S e c u r i t y c o d e manually selected network is lost, the phone will sound
an error tone and ask you to select a network again.
Note The selected network must have a roaming agreement
] PIN: Personal Identification Number
with your home network, that is, the operator whose
SIM card is in your phone. The phone will let you select
Network settings Menu 4.5 another network if the phone fails to access the
The Network settings feature enables you to indicate selected network. If you switch off the phone, the
whether the network used when roaming (outside your phone will be reset to A u t o m a t i c.
home area) is selected Automatic, Manual or Preferred.
Preferred (Menu 4.5.3)
Note You can set a list of preferred networks the handset
] You can select a network other than your home network should attempt to register with first, before attempting
only if it has a valid roaming agreement with your home
network. to register to any other networks. This list is created
from the handset’s predefined list of known networks.

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Settings

GPRS setting Menu 4.6 action that needs it. The GPRS connection is closed
after it is no longer required by any application.
Settings

GPRS(General Packet Radio Service) is a technology that


allows mobile phones to be used for sending and Reset settings Menu 4.7
receiving data over the mobile network. GPRS is a data
bearer that enables wireless access to data network such You can reset your phone to its default configuration.
as the Internet. To do so, proceed, as follows.
Before you can use GPRS technology 1 . Select the R e s e t s e t t i n g s menu option.
- You need to subscribe to the GPRS service. For 2 . You are requested to enter the 4-digit security
availability and subscription to GPRS service, contact code.
your network operator or service provider.
Note
- You need to save the GPRS settings for the applications
] The security code is preset to 0000. To change this,
used over GPRS. refer to page 53.
Power on (Menu 4.6.1)

If you select P o w e r o n and you are in a network that


supports GPRS, the phone registers to the GPRS
network and sending short messages will be done via
GPRS. Also, starting an active packet data connection,
for example, to send and receive E-mail, is quicker.

When needed (Menu 4.6.2)

If you select W h e n n e e d e d, the phone will use a


GPRS connection only if you start an application or
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Organiser
Press the menu key ( ) and select O r g a n i s e r. melody.

Organiser
] To turn off the alarm, press the right soft key [Quit].
Alarm clock Menu 5.1

There are 5 alarm clocks available. Set the alarm to ring Scheduler Menu 5.2
at a specific time. When you enter this menu, a calendar appears. A
After selecting an alarm clock using the left soft key square cursor is located on the current date. You can
[Select], move the cursor to another date using navigation keys.
On the calendar, you can use the following keys.
1. A l a r m o n / o f f : Select O n using the left/right
navigation key. To deactivate the alarm function, skips back a year.
select Off. skips forward a year.
Each press of
2. A l a r m t i m e : Enter the alarm time using the skips back a month.
numeric keys
skips forward a month.
3. R e p e a t : Select the desired one from Once,
Mon~Fri, Mon~Sat and Everyday using the left/right You can enter a schedule or memo in the scheduler by
navigation key. pressing the left soft key [Options].

4. A l a r m m e l o d y : Select the desired alarm ] Add n e w : Select this to enter a new schedule or a
melody using the left/right navigation key. memo. After a schedule note or memo is entered on
a date, the date is shown in a different colour and
5 . Press the left soft key [OK]. “ ” (schedule), “ ” (memo) appears on the right
6 . You can edit the alarm clock name. After keying in bottom of the screen. This function reminds you of
the name, press the left soft key [OK]. your schedule and the phone will sound an alarm
tone if you set the phone to do so.
When the alarm time is reached, it sounds the alarm
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Organiser

] V i e w : Shows the schedule note or memo for the ] You can access the phonebook directly by
chosen day. Press the left soft key [Options] to edit pressing the down navigation key ( ) in
Organiser

or delete the note you selected. standby mode.


] V i e w a l l : Shows all the notes that are entered in the
Note
phone. Use the up/down navigation keys to browse
] You can also scroll through the phonebook from the
through the note lists. beginning, by pressing the left soft key [List] directly.
] D e l e t e p a s t : Select this to delete the expired
schedule notes that have already been notified. You 3 . After finding the desired contact, you can make a call
are asked to confirm this action. to the number by pressing the key or press the left
] D e l e t e a l l : Select this to delete all the schedule soft key [Option] to use the following options.
notes and memos. You are asked to confirm this ] E d i t : You can edit the name and number.
action. ] Write messages
- W r i t e t e x t m e s s a g e : Use this to write a text
Phonebook Menu 5.3
message to the contact.
You can save phone numbers and their corresponding - W r i t e m u l t i m e d i a m e s s a g e : Use this to write a
names in the memory of your SIM card. In addition, multimedia message to the contact.
you can save up to 200 numbers and names in the
phone memory. ] C o p y : Use this to copy the contact entry from SIM
to the phone memory or vice versa.
Search (Calling from phonebook) (Menu 5.3.1) ] Main n u m b e r : Select which number will be the
1 . Select Search. You are asked to enter a name. main number. The main number will be displayed
first.
2 . Enter the start of the name that you wish to find
and press left soft key [Search]. ] D e l e t e : Deletes the contact.

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Add new (Menu 5.3.2) 1 . Select C a l l e r g r o u p s. All group lists will be
displayed: F a m i l y, F r i e n d s, C o l l e a g u e s, V I P,

Organiser
You can add a phonebook entry using this function.
G r o u p 1, G r o u p 2 and O t h e r s.
There are 2 memories: Phone memory and SIM
memory. To select the memory, go to D e f a u l t 2 . Select the group name that you want to manage by
m e m o r y [Menu 5.3.5.1]. The phone memory capacity pressing the left soft key [Option]. The following
is 200 entries. The SIM card memory capacity depends submenus will be displayed.
on the SIM card. ] Member list
1 . You can add new phonebook entries to the SIM Displays the member list in the group.
memory or the phone memory. To select the
] Group ring tone
memory, go to D e f a u l t m e m o r y [Menu 5.3.5.1].
(Refer to page 58.) Use this to select the ring tone to be used when
you receive a voice phone call from a person in
] Adding new entries into SIM memory
the group.
You can enter a name and number and select the
] Group icon
required group and an avatar. (Depends on the SIM)
Use this to select the graphic icon to be displayed
] Adding new entries into the phone memory
when you receive a call from a person in the
You can enter a Name, Numbers, E-mail address and group.
select the required Group and a Character and select
] Add member
which number will be the main number.
Add a member to the group. You can add up to
Caller groups (Menu 5.3.3) 20 members per group.
You can list up to 20 contacts per group. There are 7 ] Remove member
pre-defined groups, where you can create lists. Removes the member from the group member list.
The contact entry still remains in the phonebook.
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Organiser

] Rename ask where to save the number.


Organiser

Assigns a new name to the group. ] Search by

Speed dials (Menu 5.3.4) You can set the phone to search by N a m e or
N u m b e r, when you search the phonebook. If you
You can assign any of the keys 2 to 9 with a name list select V a r i a b l e, the phone will ask how to search
entry. You can call directly by pressing this key for 2-3 when you search the phonebook.
seconds.
] View options
1 . Open the p h o n e b o o k first by pressing the right
soft key [Names] in standby mode. You can set the phonebook display option.
- N a m e o n l y : When you search the phonebook,
2 . Scroll to Speed dials, then press [Select].
the list displays only names.
3 . To add a number to Speed dials, select (Empty). - W i t h p i c t u r e s : When you search the
Then, you can search the name through the phonebook, the list displays names and
phonebook. corresponding pictures.
4 . You can c h a n g e or d e l e t e a Speed dials number, - N a m e & n u m b e r : When you search the
make a call or send a message by pressing the left phonebook, the list displays names and numbers.
soft key [Option].
Copy all (Menu 5.3.6)
Settings (Menu 5.3.5)
You can copy/move entries from the SIM card memory
] Default memory to the phone memory and vice versa.
You can select the memory for the phonebook ] SIM t o P h o n e : Use this to copy the entry from the
feature between the SIM and the phone. If you SIM Card to the Phone memory.
select Variable, when adding entry, the phone will

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] Phone t o S I M : Use this to copy the entry from the 3 . Use the up/down navigation keys to select a
Phone memory to the SIM Card. service. Press .

Organiser
The following options are available. ] Memory i n u s e : You can check the current
memory status of the SIM card or the phone
- K e e p o r i g i n a l : When copying, the original dial
memory.
numbers are kept.
] Own n u m b e r ( S I M d e p e n d e n t ) : Use this to
- D e l e t e o r i g i n a l : When copying, the original dial
display your phone number in the SIM card.
numbers will be erased.

Delete all (Menu 5.3.7)

You can delete all entries in the SIM and/or phone.


This function requires the security code.
] Press to return to standby mode.

Information (Menu 5.3.8)

] Service dial number (SIM dependent):


Use this to view the list of Service Dialling Numbers
(SDN) assigned by your network operator (if
supported by the SIM card). Such numbers include
the emergency, directory enquiries and voice mail
numbers.
1 . Select the S e r v i c e d i a l n u m b e r option.
2 . The names of the available services will be shown.

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Camera
With the B2100 phone, you can takes pictures and
1 . Resolution ( ) : 160x120, 320x240, 640x480
save them. After taking a picture, you can also send it
Camera

via MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service) right away. 2 . Image quality ( ) : Fine/ Normal/ Basic.
3 . Digital zoom ( ) : x1, x2, x4
Note
] If the battery is too low, you may not use the Camera Note
feature.
] The maximum zoom scale depends on the resolution
as follows.
Take a picture Menu 6.1
160 x 120 1x, 2x, 4x
Press the Menu key and select C a m e r a ➝ T a k e a
320 x 240 1x, 2x
p i c t u r e using navigation keys. Or, you can directly
open the camera module by a press of the Camera key 640 x 480 1x
in standby mode. The camera module opens and you’ll
4. Tone ( ) : Colour ( )/ Sepia ( )/
see the view to be captured.
Black and white ( )
5 . Brightness ( ) : -2, -1, 0, +1, +2
6. Timer ( ) : Off, 3 sec, 5 sec
7. Memory ( ) : Shows the current memory
status.

preview option Note


menu bar ] If the memory is full, “Memory full” message is
popped up and you cannot save a picture. Create
Before shooting, you can set the following options. space by deleting old pictures in M y a l b u m.

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1 . Centre the desired option menu using the left/right Take in modes Menu 6.2
navigation keys.

Camera
You can enjoy taking pictures in diverse preset frames.
2 . Select the desired value with the up/down
7 preset frames are available. Press the Menu key and
navigation keys.
select C a m e r a ➝ T a k e i n m o d e s using navigation
3 . After finishing all the setting, focus on the subject to keys.
capture and press the side camera key or the left
soft key. With a click, the image is captured and the
following menu bar appears.
MMS message
Save

Delete preview option


menu bar
Note Before shooting, you can set the following options.
] If A u t o
s a v e [Menu 6.4.1] is set to O n, the
captured image is automatically saved without 1. Frame ( ) : Select the desired one from 7
displaying this menu bar. (Refer to page 63.) preset frames.
4 . To save the image, centre the “ ” and press the 2 . Image quality ( ) : Fine/ Normal/ Basic.
left soft key or the side camera key. If you don’t 3 . Digital zoom ( ) : x1, x2, x4
want to save the image, centre the “ ” and press
the left soft key or the side camera key. You can 4. Tone ( ) : Colour ( )/Sepia ( )/
also send the image via multimedia message by Black and white ( )
selecting “ ”. For further information regarding 5 . Brightness ( ) : -2, -1, 0, +1, +2
multimedia message writing, refer to page 35.
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Camera

1 . Centre the desired option menu using the left/right My album Menu 6.3
navigation keys.
Camera

Press the Menu key and select C a m e r a ➝ M y a l b u m


2 . Select the desired value with the up/down using navigation keys.
navigation keys.
All the picture taken in the T a k e a p i c t u r e and T a k e
3 . After finishing all the setting, focus on the subject to i n m o d e s are stored in this menu. The latest taken
capture and press the side camera key or the left picture comes first. The pictures are classified into
soft key. With a click, the image is captured and the G e n e r a l p i c t u r e s and M o d e p i c t u r e s and in A l l
following menu bar appears. p i c t u r e s, you can view all the pictures. With pictures,
MMS message you can do the following by pressing the left soft key
Save [Options].
] D e l e t e : Deletes the selected pictures.
Delete
Note
Note ] To clear up the My album, go to Camera ➝
S e t t i n g s ➝ D e l e t e a l l p h o t o s [Menu 6.4.2].
] If A u t o
s a v e [Menu 6.4.1] is set to O n, the
captured image is automatically saved without
displaying this menu bar. (Refer to page 63.) ] Send v i a M M S : You can send the selected picture
via MMS. (Refer to page 35 regarding multimedia
4 . To save the image, centre the “ ” and press the message writing.)
left soft key or the side camera key. If you don’t ] S e t a s w a l l p a p e r : You can set the picture as
want to save the image, centre the “ ” and press wallpaper.
the left soft key or the side camera key.
] R e n a m e : You can change the name of the selected
You can also send the image via multimedia message
picture.
by selecting “ ”.
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] I n f o r m a t i o n : You can check the name, resolution,
size and date and time of the selected picture.

Camera
Settings Menu 6.4

Press the Menu key and select Camera ➝ Settings


using navigation keys.
] Auto s a v e : If you set this On, the captured images
are automatically saved without displaying the Save
menu bar.
] Delete a l l p h o t o s : Use this menu to delete all the
pictures. You are asked to confirm this action.

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Fun & tools
Press the menu key ( ) and select F u n & t o o l s Games Menu 7.2
Fun & tools

using the navigation keys.


You can enjoy a game on the phone. For further
details, use the onscreen instruction or help menu.
Favourites Menu 7.1
1 . Holloween fever
In this menu, you can construct your own menu with
the menus you use frequently for easy access. 2 . Action in life
1 . After selecting the desired location from menu
number 1 to 9, press the left soft key [Add]. Calculator Menu 7.3

2 . Select the menu you wish to add, then press the left Using this feature, you can use the phone as a
soft key [Add]. The menu is added in the Favourites calculator. The calculator provides the basic arithmetic
menu, with the pop-up message, “Added as a functions: addition, subtraction, multiplication and
favourite menu”. division. (You can enter numbers up to the second
decimal place).
After making up the Favourites menu, in each favourite
menu, the following options are available by pressing Using the Calculator
the left soft key [Options]. 1 . Enter the first number using the numeric keys.
- O K : Selects the menu. 2 . Press the corresponding navigation key to select a
- C h a n g e : You can change the favourite menu with mathematical function.
another menu.
Note
- D e l e t e : Deletes the selected favourite menu.
] To erase any mistakes or clear the display, press the
- D e l e t e a l l : Deletes all the favourite menus. key. To include a decimal point, press the
key. To include a minus sign, press the key.
- I n f o r m a t i o n : Displays the route to the favourite
menu.
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3 . To calculate the result, press the left soft key Unit converter Menu 7.5
[Result].

Fun & tools


This converts any measurement from one unit to
4 . After calculation, press the left soft key [Reset] to another. There are 4 types that can be converted into
return to the menu. units: Length, Area, Weight and Volume.

My folder Menu 7.4


1 . Select one of four unit types by pressing the left
soft key [Unit].
The downloaded contents through WAP, MMS or EMS
are stored in each folder. You can view, delete or 2 . Move to the current unit section by pressing the
control the downloaded contents. down navigation key.
3 . Select the unit you want to convert using the
Picture (Menu 7.4.1) left/right navigation keys.
Select a picture from the list by pressing the left soft 4 . Move to the Convert unit section by pressing the
key [View]. Then, you can set it as the wallpaper or down navigation key.
send it via multimedia message by pressing the left soft
key [Options]. 5 . Select the unit you want to convert to, using the
left/right navigation keys.
Sound (Menu 7.4.2) 6 . Input numbers using the numeric keys. Conversion is
You can select a sound from the list. After selecting the calculated automatically.
desired sound, you can set it as the ring tone, send the
Note
sound via SMS or MMS, using the left soft key
] You can input a decimal number by pressing the
[Options]. key.

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Fun & tools

World time Menu 7.6 Record (Menu 7.7.1)


Fun & tools

You can check the current time of Greenwich Mean 1 . Once recording is started, the message
Time (GMT) and 65 major cities around the world, ‘Recording...’ and the remaining time is displayed.
using the left/right navigation keys. The screen shows
2 . When you finish recording, press left soft key
the city name, current date and time.
[Save].
To select the time zone in which you are located,
proceed as follows: Note
1 . Select the city corresponding to your time zone by ] In standby mode, you can start recording by pressing
and holding the key.
pressing the left/right navigation keys. The local
] If all memo locations are full, you must delete an old
date and time are displayed.
memo before recording a new one.
2 . If you want to change the time display in standby
mode to the selected time, press the left soft key View list (Menu 7.7.2)
[Set].
The phone shows the voice memo title which you have
Note recorded. You can play back or delete the recorded
] The time zone setting of each city in World time menu
voice memo.
may be affected by network condition. ] P l a y b a c k : Plays back the voice memo.

Voice recorder Menu 7.7 ] Write m u l t i m e d i a m e s s a g e : You can write


multimedia messages using the voice memo.
You can record a memo. You can record up to 10
voice memos up to a maximum of 20 seconds each. ] D e l e t e : Deletes the voice memo.
You can play or delete the recorded memo or record ] Delete a l l : Allows you to delete all the memos.
new voice memo using the left soft key [Options] key. Press the left soft key [Yes] to confirm.

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Note

Fun & tools


] In standby mode, you can access this menu by pressing
the key.

Memory status Menu 7.8

You can check the current memory status of each


repository: Free memory, Text message, Multimedia
message, Inbox, Outbox, Drafts, Multimedia templates,
Messages in SIM, Push message, Voice memo, Picture,
Sound, Applications and you can go to each repository
to manage it.

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Internet
You can access various WAP (Wireless Application Using the WAP browser menu
Protocol) services such as banking, news, weather
Internet

There are various menu options available when surfing


reports and flight information. These services are the Mobile Web.
specially designed for mobile phones and they are
maintained by WAP service providers. Check the Note
availability of WAP services, pricing and tariffs with ] The WAP browser menus may vary, depending on your
your network operator and/or the service provider browser version. Using the WAP services leads to costs.
whose service you wish to use. Service providers will For details please contact your network operator.
also give you instructions on how to use their services.
Once connected, the homepage is displayed. The Home Menu 8.1
content depends on the service provider. To exit the Connects to a homepage. The homepage will be the
browser at any time, press the ( ) key. The phone site which is defined in the activated profile. It will be
will return to the standby mode. defined by the service provider if you have not defined
Navigating with the WAP browser it in the activated profile.
You can surf the Internet using either the phone keys
or the WAP browser menu. Bookmarks Menu 8.2
Using the phone keys This menu allows you to store the URL of favourite web
When surfing the Internet, the phone keys function pages for easy access at a later time.
differently to phone mode.
To create a bookmark
Key Description 1 . Press the left soft key [Options].
Scrolls each line of the content area 2 . Select A d d n e w.
Returns to the previous page 3 . After entering the desired URL and title, press the
Selects options and confirms actions .
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❇ T i p : Use the key and key to enter - Homepage

Internet
symbols. To enter “.”, press . This setting allows you to enter the address (URL)
of a site you want to use as homepage. You do not
After selecting a desired bookmark, the following need to type http:// at the front of each URL as
options are available. the WAP Browser will automatically add it.
] Connect : Connects to the selected bookmark. - Bearer
] Add n e w : Select this to create a new bookmark. You can set the bearer data service.
] E d i t : You can edit the URL and/or the title of the • Data
selected bookmark. • GPRS
D e l e t e a l l : Deletes all the bookmarks. - Data settings
Appears only if you select Data Settings as a
Profiles Menu 8.3
Bearer/service.
A profile is the network information used to connect to I P a d d r e s s : Enter the IP address of the WAP
the Internet. gateway you want.
Each profile has submenus as follows: D i a l n u m b e r : Enter the telephone number to dial
] Activate to access your WAP gateway.
Activates the selected profile. U s e r I D : The users identity for your dial-up server
(and NOT the WAP gateway).
] Settings
P a s s w o r d : The password required by your dial-up
Use this to edit and change WAP settings for the server (and NOT the WAP gateway) to identify
selected profile. you.

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Internet

C a l l t y p e : Select the type of data call : Analogue Continuous


of Digital (ISDN)
Internet

A confirmed delivery mechanism but generates


C a l l s p e e d : The speed of your data connection ; more network traffic.
9600 or 14400 Temporary
L i n g e r t i m e : You need to enter timeout period. A non-confirmed (connectionless) service.
After entering that, the WAP navigation service will
be unavailable if any data is not input or HTTP
transferred. Connecting Clients to Server directly in HTTP
- GPRS settings - Proxy settings
The service settings are only available when GPRS I P a d d r e s s : Input the IP address of the Proxy
is chosen as a bearer service. server you access.
I P a d d r e s s : Input the IP address of the WAP P o r t : Input the Proxy Port
gateway you access. - DNS settings
A P N : Input the APN of the GPRS. Insert the primary and secondary DNS if required
U s e r I D : The users identify for your APN server. by the network operator.
P a s s w o r d : The password required by your APN Primary server
server. Input the IP address of the primary DNS server you
- Connection type access.
The options for connection type are Temporary or Secondary server
Continuous and depend on the gateway you are Input the IP address of the secondary DNS server
using. you access.

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- Secure settings Check cache (Menu 8.5.2)

Internet
According to the used gateway port, you can Set a value whether a connection attempt is made
choose this option as On or Off. through cache or not.
- Display image
Note
You can select whether images on WAP cards are ] A cache is a buffer memory, which is used to save data
displayed or not. temporarily.
] Rename

You can change the profile name.


Cookies settings Menu 8.6
The information or services you have accessed are
] Add new saved in the cache memory of the phone.
You can add a new profile.
Clear cookies (Menu 8.6.1)
Go to URL Menu 8.4 Removes all context saved in cookie.
You can connect directly to the site you want. After
entering a specific URL, press the . Check cookies (Menu 8.6.2)
Check whether a cookie is used or not.
Cache settings Menu 8.5
The information or services you have accessed are Security certification Menu 8.7
saved in the cache memory of the phone. A list of the available certification is shown.
] Authority
Clear cache (Menu 8.5.1)
You can see the list of authority certificates that have
Removes all context saved in cache.
been stored in your phone.

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Internet

] Personal
Internet

You can see the list of personal certificates that have


been stored in your phone.

Reset profiles Menu 8-8

You can reset profiles to return to original settings.

Browser version Menu 8-9

The WAP browser version is displayed.

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Java
JavaTM, is a technology developed by Sun 6 . O p t i o n s : Some Java applications may require a
Microsystems. Similar to the way you would download data connection to be made. Select this to set the

Java
the Java Applet using the standard MS Internet connecting options.
Explorer browser, Java MIDlets can be downloaded 7 . R e n a m e : You can rename the application.
using the WAP enabled phone. Depending on the
service provider, all Java based programs such as Java 8 . E x i t : Exits from Applications.
games can be downloaded and run on a phone. Once
downloaded, the Java program can be viewed in the Note
Games & Apps menu where you can select, execute, or ] The JAR file is a compressed format of the Java program
and the JAD file is a description file that includes all
delete. The Java program files saved in the phone are in detailed information. From the network, prior to
.JAD or .JAR format. download, you can view all detailed file descriptions from
the JAD file.
Applications Menu 9.1 ] While being based on a standard language (J2ME), not
all Java applications are compatible with all handsets on
Scroll to an application and select Menu. sale in so far as specific libraries may be used for a
telephone model. The software may be blocked or switch
1 . M o v e : You can select a folder which you want. itself on when Java applications not specifically
2 . A b o u t : Shows Java MIDP information. developed for the phone is downloaded. We would like to
point out that these problems are caused by
3 . I n f o : Displays information about the selected incompatible applications and are not a product fault.
MIDlet.
Caution!
4 . R e m o v e : Deletes the selected MIDlet. ] Only J2ME (Java 2 Micro Edition) based programs will

5 . U p d a t e : Accesses the server and updates the run in a phone environment. The J2SE (Java 2 Standard
Edition) based programs will only run in a PC
selected MIDlet. environment.

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Java

Download Menu 9.2


Java

You can edit and set MIDlet server address.Download


MIDlets using WAP Browser and store them in the
phone.You can also view the list of MIDlets stored on
the Applicatons screen.

Profiles Menu 9.3

Some Java applications may require a network


connection to operate, for example, multiplayer games.
You can set up to 5 profiles and activate the desired
one. This is similar to wap profile setting. Refer to wap
profiles when you set this.

JAVA™ is a trademark of Sun


Microsystems, Inc.

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Accessories
There are a variety of accessories available for your mobile phone. You can select these according to your personal
communication requirements. Consult your local dealer for availability.

Accessories
Battery pack Travel Adapter
This charger allows you to charge
the battery while away from home
or your office.

Headset Note
Allows hands-free operation. ] Always use genuine LG accessories. Failure to do so
Includes earpiece and microphone. may invalidate your warranty.
] Accessories may vary in different regions; please check
with our regional service company or agent for further
enquiries.

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Technical data
Technical Data

General
P r o d u c t n a m e : B2100
S y s t e m : GSM 900 / DCS 1800 / PCS 1900

Ambient temperatures
M a x : +55°C
M i n : -10°C

Storage
S M S / M M S ( # ) : Yes SMS (200) MMS (100)

Battery
S t a n d b y : approx. 200 hours
T a l k t i m e : approx. 120 minutes
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