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GPRS TELEPHONE
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I mpor t ant Saf et y Pr ecaut i ons .. . .. . .. .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. 7
Unpack i ng . .. . .. . .. .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. 9
Your Phone.. . .. . .. .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . 10
Phone Layout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Camera . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Flashlight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Get t i ng St ar t ed .. .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . 17
I nst alli ng t he SI M Car d . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Charging t he Bat t er y . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Swit ching t he Phone On or Off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Cal l Funct i ons . . .. .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . 22
Making a Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Adj ust ing t he Volume . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Answeri ng a Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Viewing Missed Cal ls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Quickly Swit chi ng t o Sil ent Mode. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Sel ect i ng Funct i ons and Opt i ons.. . .. .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . 29
Phone Book . . .. . .. .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . 31
St or ing a Number wit h a Name. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Using Phone Book Ent ry Opt ions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Sear chi ng for and Dialling a Number in Phone Book . . . . . . 36
Edi t i ng a Caller Gr oup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Speed- dialling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Delet ing Al l of t he Phone Book Ent r ies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Checking t he Memor y St at us . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Using t he Ser vice Diall ing Number s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Ent er i ng Tex t .. . .. .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . 43
Changing t he Text I nput Mode. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Using T9 Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
Using Alphabet Mode. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Using Number Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
Using Symbol Mode. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
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Opt i ons Dur i ng a Cal l . .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . 49
Put t ing a Call on Hold . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
Swit ching t he Microphone Of f ( Mut e) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
Mut i ng or Sendi ng Key Tones . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
Sending a Sequence of DTMF Tones . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
Sear chi ng for a Number in Phone Book . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
Using t he Message Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
Call Wait ing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
Making a Mult i- par t y Cal l . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
Usi ng t he Menus .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . 56
Accessing a Menu Funct i on by Scr olli ng . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
Using Short cut s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
List of Menu Funct ions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
Tex t Messages . .. .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . 64
I nbox ( Menu 1. 1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
Out box ( Menu 1. 2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
Writ e New ( Menu 1.3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67
Templat es ( Menu 1.4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70
Set t i ngs ( Menu 1. 5) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70
Delet e All ( Menu 1. 6) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72
Memor y St at us ( Menu 1.7) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72
Voi ce Mail ( Menu 1. 8) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73
Br oadcast ( Menu 1.9) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74
Mul t i medi a Messages .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . 76
I nbox ( Menu 2. 1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76
Out box ( Menu 2. 2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79
Draf t ( Menu 2. 3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
Writ e New ( Menu 2.4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
Templat es ( Menu 2.5) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85
Delet e All ( Menu 2. 6) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86
Memor y St at us ( Menu 2.7) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86
Set up ( Menu 2. 8) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87
MMS Pr of ile ( Menu 2. 9) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88
Cal l Recor ds . .. . .. .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . 89
Missed Calls ( Menu 3.1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89
Received Calls ( Menu 3. 2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90
Dialled Calls ( Menu 3.3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90
Delet e All ( Menu 3. 4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91
Call Time ( Menu 3. 5) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92
Call Cost ( Menu 3.6) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93
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Camer a . .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . 94
Take Phot os ( Menu 4. 1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94
My Phot os ( Menu 4. 2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99
Take Videos ( Menu 4.3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100
My Videos ( Menu 4. 4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101
Delet e All ( Menu 4. 5) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102
Memor y St at us ( Menu 4.6) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102
Sound Set t i ngs .. .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. .. . .. . .. . 103
Ri ng Tone ( Menu 5.1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103
Ri ng Volume ( Menu 5. 2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103
Aler t Type ( Menu 5. 3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104
Keypad Tone ( Menu 5.4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104
Message Tone ( Menu 5. 5) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104
Aut oFolder Tone ( Menu 5. 6) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105
Power On/ Of f ( Menu 5.7) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106
Ext r a Tones ( Menu 5.8) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106
Phone Set t i ngs .. .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. .. . .. . .. . 107
I nf rared Act ivat e ( Menu 6.1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107
Display Set t ings ( Menu 6.2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108
Greet ing Message ( Menu 6.3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110
Own Number ( Menu 6.4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 111
Language ( Menu 6.5) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 111
Securit y ( Menu 6. 6) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 112
Ext r a Set t ings ( Menu 6. 7) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 116
Reset Set t ings ( Menu 6.8) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 117
Or gani ser .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. .. . .. . .. . 118
Alar m ( Menu 7. 1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 118
Calendar ( Menu 7.2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120
Time & Dat e ( Menu 7. 3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 122
Calculat or ( Menu 7.4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123
To Do List ( Menu 7.5) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 124
Curr ency Exchange ( Menu 7. 6) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 127
Net w or k Ser v i ces . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. .. . .. . .. . 128
Call Diver t ing ( Menu 8.1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 128
Call Barr ing ( Menu 8. 2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 130
Call Wait ing ( Menu 8.3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 132
Net wor k Select ion ( Menu 8. 4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 133
Caller I D ( Menu 8.5) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 134
Closed User Gr oup ( CUG) ( Menu 8. 6) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 134
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Fun Box .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. .. . .. . .. . 136
WAP Br owser ( Menu 9.1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 136
Games & More ( Menu 9. 2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 142
Sounds ( Menu 9. 3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 144
I mages ( Menu 9. 4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 145
Delet e All ( Menu 9. 5) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 145
Memor y St at us ( Menu 9.6) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 146
Sol v i ng Pr obl ems. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. .. . .. . .. . 147
Access Codes .. . .. .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. .. . .. . .. . 150
Phone Passwor d . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 150
PI N. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 151
PUK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 151
PI N2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 152
PUK2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 152
Bar ri ng Password . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 153
Heal t h and Saf et y I nf or mat i on . . .. . .. .. . .. .. . .. . .. . 154
SAR Cer t ificat ion I nformat ion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 154
Pr ecaut ions When Using Bat t er ies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 155
Road Saf et y . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 157
Oper at ing Envi ronment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 157
Elect ronic Devices. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 158
Pot ent i ally Explosive Envir onment s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 160
Emergency Calls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 161
Ot her I mport ant Safet y I nf or mat ion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 162
Care and Maint enance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 163
Gl ossar y . . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. .. . .. . .. . 165
I ndex .. . .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. .. . .. . .. . 170
Qui ck Ref er ence Car d .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. .. . .. . .. . 175
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I mpor t ant Saf et y
Pr ecaut i ons
Read t hese guidelines before using your wireless
phone. Failure t o comply wit h t hem may be
dangerous or illegal.
Road Saf et y at Al l Ti mes
Do not use a hand- held phone while driving; park
t he vehicle first .
Sw i t chi ng Of f When Ref uel l i ng
Do not use t he phone at a refuelling point ( service
st at ion) or near fuels or chemicals.
Sw i t chi ng Of f i n an Ai r cr af t
Wireless phones can cause int erference. Using t hem
in an aircraft is bot h illegal and dangerous.
Sw i t chi ng Of f i n Hospi t al s
Swit ch your phone off near medical equipment .
Follow any regulat ions or rules in force.
I nt er f er ence
All wireless phones may be subj ect t o int erference,
which could affect t heir performance.
Speci al Regul at i ons
Meet any special regulat ions in force in any area
and always swit ch off your phone whenever it is
forbidden t o use it , or when it may cause
int erference or danger ( in a hospit al for example) .
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Sensi bl e Use
Use only in t he normal posit ion ( held t o t he ear). Avoid
unnecessary cont act wit h t he ant enna when t he phone
is swit ched on.
Emer gency Cal l
Ensure t he phone is swit ched on and in service. Key in
t he emergency number for your present locat ion, t hen
press t he key. You must deact ivat e any unnecessary
feat ures before you can make an emergency call. Give
all t he necessary informat ion as accurat ely as possible.
Do not cut off t he call unt il given permission t o do so.
Wat er Resi st ance
Your phone is not wat er- resist ant . Keep it dry.
Accessor i es and Bat t er i es
Use only Samsung-approved accessories and bat t eries.
Use of any unaut horised accessories could damage your
phone and may be dangerous.

Qual i f i ed Ser vi ce
Only qualified service personnel may repair your phone.
For more det ailed safet y informat ion, see “ Healt h and
Safet y I nformat ion” on page 154.
CAUTI ON
RI SK OF EXPLOSI ON I F A BATTERY I S REPLACED
BY AN I NCORRECT TYPE.
DI SPOSE OF USED BATTERI ES ACCORDI NG
TO THE I NSTRUCTI ONS.
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Unpack i ng
Your package cont ains t he following it ems:
Not e: The it ems supplied wit h your phone may be
different , depending upon your count ry or
service provider.
You can obt ain t he following accessories for your
phone from your local Samsung dealer:
• St andard/ ext ended bat t eries
• Ear- microphone
• Travel adapt er
• Bat t ery charger
• Finger st rap
• PC dat a link kit
• Simple hands-free kit
Handset
Travel Adapt er
Bat t er ies
Ear- micr ophone
User ’s Manual Finger St rap
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Your Phone
Phone Layout
The following illust rat ions show t he main element s
of your phone:
Earpiece
Display
Sof t key ( right )
Power on/ off /
menu exit key
Special
funct ion keys
Volume/ menu
browse keys
Dial/ menu
confirmat ion key
I rDA port
Mi crophone
Soft key ( lef t )
Navigat ion ( Up/
Down/ Left / Right )
keys
Cancel/
correct ion key
WAP browser
key
Folder
Ear- microphone
j ack
Alphanumeric
keys
Ant enna
Flashlight
Ext ernal display
Aut o folder key
Camera key
Camera
Your Phone
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Key ( s) Descr i pt i on
I n Menu mode, scrolls t hrough t he
menu opt ions and Phone Book.
I n I dle mode, t he Up key quickly ent ers
t he Camer a menu and t he Down key
ent ers t he Games & Mor e menu.
I n Menu mode, ret urns t o t he previous
menu level and select t he current
menu respect ively.
When ent ering t ext , moves t he cursor
t o t he left and right respect ively
I n I dle mode, t he Left key quickly
ent ers t he Tex t Messages menu and
t he Right key ent ers t he Ri ng Tone
menu.
( sof t keys)
Performs t he funct ions indicat ed by t he
t ext above t hem, on t he bot t om line of
t he display.
I n I dle mode, launches t he WAP
( Wireless Applicat ion Prot ocol) browser.
Delet es charact ers from t he display.
I n Menu mode, ret urns t o t he previous
menu level.
Makes or answers a call.
I n I dle mode, recalls t he last number
dialled or received when held down.
I n Menu mode, select s a menu funct ion
or st ores informat ion t hat you have
ent ered, such as a name in t he phone
or SI M memory.
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Ends a call. Also swit ches t he phone on
and off when held down.
I n Menu mode, cancels your input and
ret urns t o I dle mode.
I n I dle mode, accesses your voice mail
when held down.
Ent ers numbers, let t ers and some
special charact ers.
Ent ers special charact ers.
Performs various funct ions.
(on t he left side of t he phone)
During a call, adj ust s t he earpiece
volume.
I n I dle mode, adj ust s t he keypad t one
volume.
I n Menu mode, scrolls t hrough t he
menu opt ions and Phone Book.
(on t he right side of t he phone)
Opens and closes t he folder when held
down.
(on t he right side of t he phone)
I n I dle mode, quickly accesses t he
Camera menu t o allow you t o use t he
camera applicat ion. Turns t he camera
on when held down.
I n Capt ure mode, works as a camera
shut t er.
Key ( s) Descr i pt i on ( cont inued)
Your Phone
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Di spl ay
Di spl ay Lay out
The display has t hree areas:
Ar ea Descr i pt i on
First line Displays various icons. See
page 14.
Middle lines Displays messages, inst ruct ions
and any informat ion t hat you
ent er, such as t he number you are
dialling.
Last line Shows t he current funct ions
assigned t o t he t wo soft keys.
I cons ar ea
Text and
graphi c ar ea
Sof t key
indicat ors
Menu Name
Your Phone
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I cons
I con Descr i pt i on
Shows t he received signal st rengt h. The
great er t he number of bars, t he st ronger
t he signal.
Appears when a call is in progress.
Appears when you are out of your service
area. When it displays, you cannot make or
receive a call.
Appears when you are connect ed t o t he
GPRS net work.
Appears when you are out of your home
area and have logged ont o a different
net work; for example, when t ravelling in
ot her count ries.
Appears when a new t ext message has
been received.
Appears when a new voice mail message
has been received.
Appears when a new mult imedia message
has been received.
Appears when you set an alarm t o ring at a
specified t ime.
Appears when Silent mode is act ive or
when you set t he Al er t Type menu ( Menu
5.3) so t hat t he phone vibrat es when you
receive a call. For furt her det ails, see
page 28 and page 104 respect ively.
Appears when t he I rDA port is act ive. For
det ails, see page 107.
Your Phone
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Back l i ght
The backlight illuminat es t he display and t he
keypad. When you press any key or open t he folder,
t he backlight t urns on. I t t urns off when no keys are
pressed wit hin a given period of t ime, depending on
your set t ing in t he Back Li ght menu ( Menu
6.2.4 ) . The display t urns off aft er one minut e t o
conserve your bat t ery power.
To specify t he lengt h of t ime t he backlight is act ive,
set t he Back Li ght menu. See page 109 for furt her
det ails.
Ex t er nal Di spl ay
Your phone has an ext ernal display on t he folder. I t
indicat es when you have an incoming call or a
message. I t also alert s you at t he specified t ime
when you set an alarm by t urning on it s backlight
and showing t he corresponding icon on it .
When you close t he folder, t he ext ernal display
shows you icons, t he current t ime and t he select ed
image. The image disappears aft er a given period of
t ime.
Appears when Mut e mode is act ive.
Shows t he level of your bat t ery. The more
bars you see, t he more power you have
remaining.
I con Descr i pt i on ( cont inued)
Your Phone
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Camer a
The camera module on t he folder allows you t o t ake
a phot o and record a video while on t he move.
For furt her det ails about t he Camera feat ure, see
page 94.
Fl ashl i ght
You can use t he built - in flashlight on t he folder, on
t he left side of t he camera module, t o t ake phot os
when it is dark.
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Get t i ng St ar t ed
I nst al l i ng t he SI M Car d
When you subscribe t o a cellular net work, you are
provided wit h a plug- in SI M card loaded wit h your
subscript ion det ails, such as your PI N, any opt ional
services available and so on.
I mpor t ant ! The plug-in SI M card and it s cont act s
can be easily damaged by scrat ches or
bending, so be careful when handling,
insert ing or removing t he card.
Keep all SI M cards out of t he reach of
small children.
1. I f necessary, swit ch off t he phone by holding
down t he key unt il t he power-off image
displays.
2. Remove t he bat t ery. To do so:
' Slide t he bat t ery lock t owards t he t op of t he
phone.
^ Lift t he bat t ery away, as shown.
'
^
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3. Slide t he SI M card int o t he SI M card socket , as
shown, so t hat it locks t he card int o posit ion.
Make sure t he gold cont act s of t he card face int o
t he phone.
Not e: When you need t o remove t he SI M card,
slide it upwards, as shown, and t ake it out of
t he socket .
4. Replace t he bat t ery so t hat t he t abs on t he end
align wit h t he slot s at t he bot t om of t he phone.
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5. Press t he bat t ery unt il it clicks int o place. Make
sure t hat t he bat t ery is properly inst alled before
swit ching t he power on.
Char gi ng t he Bat t er y
Your phone is powered by a rechargeable Li- ion
bat t ery. A t ravel adapt er comes wit h your phone for
charging t he bat t ery. Use only approved bat t eries
and chargers. Ask your local Samsung dealer for
furt her det ails.
The t ravel adapt er allows you t o use t he phone
while t he bat t ery is charging, but t his causes t he
phone t o charge more slowly.
Not e: You must fully charge t he bat t ery before using
your phone for t he first t ime. A discharged
bat t ery is fully recharged in approximat ely
200 minut es.
1. Wit h t he bat t ery in posit ion on t he phone, plug
t he connect or of t he t ravel adapt er int o t he j ack
at t he bot t om of t he phone.
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2. Plug t he adapt er int o a st andard AC wall out let .
3. When charging is finished, unplug t he adapt er
from t he power out let and disconnect it from t he
phone by pressing t he but t ons on bot h sides of
t he connect or and pulling t he connect or out .
Not e: You must unplug t he adapt er before removing
t he bat t ery from t he phone during charging;
ot herwise, t he phone could be damaged.
Low Bat t er y I ndi cat or
When t he bat t ery is weak and only a few minut es of
t alk t ime remain, a warning t one sounds and a
message repeat s at regular int ervals on t he display.
When t his happens, your phone t urns off t he
backlight t o conserve t he remaining bat t ery power.
I f t he bat t ery level becomes t oo low, t he phone
aut omat ically t urns off.
'
'
^
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Sw i t chi ng t he Phone On or Of f
1. Open t he folder.
2. Press and hold t he key unt il t he phone
swit ches on.
3. I f t he phone asks you t o ent er a password, ent er
t he password and press t he OK soft key. The
phone password is preset t o “ 00000000” at t he
fact ory. For furt her det ails, see page 150.
4. I f t he phone asks for a PI N, ent er t he PI N and
press t he OK soft key. For furt her det ails, see
page 151.
The phone searches for your net work and, aft er
finding it , t he idle screen appears on t he display,
as illust rat ed below. Now, you can make or
receive a call.
Not e: The display language is preset t o English at
t he fact ory. To change t he language, use
t he Language menu ( Menu 6. 5) . For
furt her det ails, see page 111.
5. When you wish t o swit ch t he phone off, press
and hold t he key unt il t he power- off image
displays.
Servi ce Pr ovi der
07: 30PM
Wed 06 Mar
Menu Name
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Cal l Funct i ons
Mak i ng a Cal l
When t he idle screen displays, ent er t he area code
and phone number, and press t he key.
Not e: When you act ivat e t he Aut o Redi al opt ion in
t he Ex t r a Set t i ngs menu ( Menu 6.7) , t he
phone aut omat ically redials up t o t en t imes
when t he person does not answer t he call or is
already on t he phone. See page 116 for furt her
det ails.
Mak i ng an I nt er nat i onal Cal l
1. Press and hold t he 0 key.
The + charact er appears.
2. Ent er t he count ry code, area code and phone
number and press t he key.
Cor r ect i ng t he Number
To cl ear Pr ess t he
t he last digit
displayed
C key.
any ot her digit in
t he number
Left or Right key unt il t he
cursor is immediat ely t o t he
right of t he digit t o be cleared.
Press t he C key. You can also
insert a missing digit simply by
pressing t he appropriat e key.
t he whole display C key and hold it for more
t han one second.
Cal l Funct i ons
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Endi ng a Cal l
When you want t o end your call, briefly press t he
key.
Redi al l i ng t he Last Number
The phone st ores t he numbers you’ve dialled,
received or missed if t he caller is ident ified. See
“ Call Records” on page 89 for furt her det ails.
To recall any of t hese numbers:
1. I f you have t yped charact ers on t he display,
press t he key t o ret urn t o I dle mode.
2. Press t he key t o display a list of t he last
numbers in t he order you made or received
t hem.
3. Use t he Up and Down keys t o scroll t hrough t he
numbers unt il t he number you want highlight s.
4. To Pr ess t he
dial t he number key.
edit t he number Opt i ons soft key and
select Edi t . Change t he
number, referring t o
“ Correct ing t he Number”
on page 22.
delet e t he number Opt i ons soft key and
select Del et e.
delet e all of t he
numbers on t he
Call Log list
Opt i ons soft key and
select Del et e Al l . For
furt her det ails, see
page 91.
Cal l Funct i ons
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Mak i ng a Cal l f r om Phone Book
You can st ore t he phone numbers t hat you use
regularly in t he SI M card or t he phone’s memory,
which are collect ively called Phone Book. Simply
select a name t o recall t he associat ed number. For
furt her det ails about t he Phone Book feat ures, see
page 31.
Adj ust i ng t he Vol ume
During a call, if you want t o adj ust t he earpiece
volume, use t he Volume keys on t he left side of t he
phone.
Press t he key t o increase t he volume level and
t he key t o decrease t he level.
I n I dle mode, you can also adj ust t he keypad t one
volume using t hese keys.
Cal l Funct i ons
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Answ er i ng a Cal l
When somebody calls you, t he phone rings and
displays t he incoming call image.
When t he caller can be ident ified, t he caller’s phone
number or name if st ored in your Phone Book,
displays.
1. I f necessary, open t he folder. Press t he key or
t he Accept soft key t o answer t he incoming call.
When t he Anyk ey Answ er opt ion in t he Ex t r a
Set t i ngs menu ( Menu 6.7) is act ivat ed, you can
press any key t o answer a call except for t he
key and t he Rej ect soft key. See page 116.
When t he Act i ve Fol der opt ion in t he Ex t r a
Set t i ngs menu ( Menu 6.7) is act ivat ed, you can
answer t he call simply by opening t he folder. See
page 116.
Not e: To rej ect t he call, press and hold one of t he
Volume keys before opening t he folder, or
press t he Rej ect soft key or key.
2. End t he call by closing t he folder or pressing t he
key.
Not e: You can answer a call while using Phone Book or
menu feat ures. Aft er ending t he call, t he display
ret urns t o I dle mode.
Cal l Funct i ons
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Vi ew i ng Mi ssed Cal l s
When you are unable t o answer a call for any
reason, you can find out who called you, so t hat you
can call t he person back.
The number of calls you missed displays on t he idle
screen immediat ely aft er a call is missed.
To view t he missed call immediat ely:
1. I f t he phone is closed, open t he folder.
2. Press t he Vi ew soft key.
The number for t he most recent missed call
displays, if available.
Edi t i ng a Mi ssed Cal l Number
Not e: When t he number for t he missed call is not
available, t he Edi t opt ion does not display.
1. Press t he Opt i ons soft key.
2. Press t he Up or Down key t o highlight t he Edi t
opt ion.
3. To Pr ess t he
scroll t hrough t he
missed calls
Up or Down key.
call t he number
displayed
key.
edit or delet e a missed
call number
Sel ect soft key. See
below.
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3. Press t he Sel ect soft key.
4. Change t he number as required.
Del et i ng a Mi ssed Cal l
1. Press t he Opt i ons soft key.
2. I f necessary, press t he Up or Down key t o
highlight t he Del et e opt ion.
3. Press t he Sel ect soft key.
You can press t he key at any t ime t o exit t he
Missed Call feat ure.
Not e: You can access t he Missed Call feat ure at any
t ime by select ing t he Mi ssed Cal l s menu
( Menu 3.1) . For furt her det ails, see page 89.
5. To Pr ess t he
call t he number key.
st ore t he number Save soft key and ent er
t he name and locat ion.
For furt her det ails, see
page 31.
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Qui ck l y Sw i t chi ng t o Si l ent Mode
Silent mode is convenient when you wish t o st op
t he phone from making noise, in a t heat re for
example.
I n I dle mode, press and hold t he key unt il t he
“ Silent Mode” message and t he Vibrat ion icon ( )
display.
I n Silent mode, your phone changes t he sound
set t ings as follows:
To exit and react ivat e t he previous sound set t ings,
press and hold t he key again unt il “ Exit Silent
Mode” appears. The Vibrat ion icon ( ) no longer
displays.
Not es:
• When you t urn t he phone off, Silent mode is
aut omat ically deact ivat ed.
• Act ivat ing Silent mode will not t urn off t he camera
shut t er sound.
Opt i on New Set t i ng
Alert Type ( Menu 5.3) Vibrat ion
Keypad Tone ( Menu 5.4) Off
Message Tone ( Menu 5.5 ) Vibrat ion
Aut oFolder Tone ( Menu 5. 6) Off
Power off t one Off
Ext ra Tones ( Menu 5.8) Off
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Sel ect i ng Funct i ons
and Opt i ons
Your phone offers a set of funct ions t hat allow you
t o cust omise it . These funct ions are arranged in
menus and sub- menus, accessed using t he t wo soft
keys marked and . Each menu and sub-menu
allows you t o view and alt er t he set t ings of a
part icular funct ion.
The roles of t he soft keys vary according t o t he
funct ion you are current ly using; t he labels on t he
bot t om line of t he display j ust above each key
indicat es it s current role.
Example:
Menu Name
Ser vice Pr ovider
07: 30PM
Wed 06 Mar
Press t he left soft
key t o access Menu
mode.
Press t he right soft
key t o access t he
Phone Book feat ure.
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To view t he various funct ions and opt ions available
and t o select t he one you want :
1. Press t he appropriat e soft key.
I n some funct ions, you may be asked for a
password or PI N. Ent er t he code and press t he OK
soft key.
Not e: When you access a list of opt ions, your phone
highlight s t he current opt ion. I f, however, t here
are only t wo opt ions, such as On / Of f or
Enabl e/ Di sabl e, your phone highlight s t he
opt ion t hat is not current ly act ive so t hat you
can select it direct ly.
2. To Pr ess t he
select t he:
• funct ion displayed
• opt ion highlight ed
Sel ect soft key or
t he Right key.
view t he next funct ion
or highlight t he next
opt ion on a list
Down key or key on
t he left side of t he
phone.
move back t o t he
previous funct ion or
opt ion on a list
Up key or key on
t he left side of t he
phone.
move back up one
level in t he st ruct ure
Left key, soft key
or C key.
exit t he st ruct ure
wit hout changing t he
set t ings
key.
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Phone Book
You can st ore phone numbers and t heir
corresponding names in bot h your SI M card and
your phone’s memories. They are physically
separat e but are used as a single ent it y, called
Phone Book.
St or i ng a Number w i t h a Name
There are t wo ways t o st ore a number:
• Using t he Save soft key in I dle mode
• Using t he New Ent r y opt ion in t he Phone Book
menu
St or i ng a Number i n I dl e Mode
As soon as you st art t o ent er a number, Save
appears above t he left soft key t o allow you t o st ore
t he number in Phone Book.
1. Ent er t he number you want t o st ore.
Not e: I f you make a mist ake while ent ering a
number, correct it using t he C key. For
furt her det ails, see page 22.
2. When you are sure t hat it is correct , press t he
Save soft key.
3. Select an icon t o ident ify t he cat egory of t he
number t o be st ored. Three cat egories are
available:
• : Mobile phone number
• : Office number
• : Home number
To select t he cat egory, press t he Left or Right
key and press t he Sel ect soft key.
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4. Select a memory locat ion, eit her SI M or Phone,
by pressing t he Up or Down key and press t he
Sel ect soft key.
Not e: When you change phones, any numbers
st ored in your SI M card memory are
aut omat ically available wit h t he new phone,
whereas any numbers st ored in t he phone’s
memory must be reent ered.
5. Ent er a name and press t he OK soft key.
For furt her det ails about how t o ent er
charact ers, see page 43.
6. I f you do not want t o save t he number and
name in t he suggest ed locat ion, press t he C key
t o clear t he locat ion number and ent er anot her
locat ion by pressing t he number keys.
7. Press t he OK soft key t o st ore t he name and
number.
Aft er st oring, t he phone displays t he Phone Book
ent ry or name you j ust creat ed.
8. To Pr ess t he
use t he ent ry opt ions Opt i ons soft key. For
furt her det ails, see
page 34.
ret urn t o t he idle
screen
key.
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St or i ng a Number Usi ng t he Phone Book
Menu
1. When t he idle screen displays, press t he Name
soft key.
2. Scroll t o New Ent r y by pressing t he Up or Down
key and press t he Sel ect soft key.
3. Select an icon t o ident ify t he cat egory of t he
number t o be st ored by pressing t he Left or
Right key, and press t he Sel ect soft key.
Not e: The E- mail icon ( ) is available in t his
st ep. I t allows you t o save an e- mail
address inst ead of a phone number.
4. Select a memory locat ion, eit her SI M or Phone,
by pressing t he Up or Down key and press t he
Sel ect soft key.
Not e: When you are saving an e- mail address,
SI M is not available.
5. Ent er a name and press t he OK soft key.
For furt her det ails about how t o ent er
charact ers, see page 43.
6. Ent er t he number or address you want t o st ore
and press t he Save soft key.
7. Cont inue t he procedure from st ep 6 on page 32
t o st ore t he number.
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Usi ng Phone Book Ent r y Opt i ons
While accessing any Phone Book ent ry, press t he
Opt i ons soft key t o access t he opt ions for t he
ent ry.
The following opt ions are available:
Past e: allows you t o past e t he number int o t he
normal dialling mode. Use t his opt ion t o dial a
number similar t o one in Phone Book, such as a
different ext ension in t he same office.
Use t he C key t o change t he number as required;
see page 22 for furt her det ails. When you are ready
t o dial, press t he key.
Edi t : allows you t o edit t he name and number.
Select On e En t r y t o change one number f or t he
select ed name. I f you change t he name, t he
number is saved separat ely.
Select Al l Ent r y t o change t he name of t he
ent r y.
Phot o Cal l er I D: allows you t o assign one of t he
phot os you t ook using t he camera as a caller I D
image t o be displayed when you receive a call
fr om t he select ed number. For det ails about t he
camera feat ure, see page 94.
To Pr ess t he
select t he
highlight ed opt ion
Sel ect soft key or t he Right
key.
highlight a different
opt ion
Up or Down key unt il t he
opt ion you want highlight s.
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Del et e: allows you t o delet e t he select ed number
from Phone Book. You are asked t o confirm t hat you
wish t o delet e t he name and number by pressing
t he Yes soft key.
Copy : allows you t o copy t he number t o anot her
locat ion. You can select t he memory and t he
locat ion number.
Cal l er Gr oup: allows you t o organise your Phone
Book ent ries in caller groups so t hat t he phone
alert s you in a specific way when a person from one
of your groups calls you. Select one of t he t en
groups available.
To remove an ent ry from a group, select t he No
Gr oup opt ion.
For furt her det ails about how t o change caller group
propert ies, see page 38.
Add Ent r y: allows you t o add a new number t o t he
current ly select ed name.
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Sear chi ng f or and Di al l i ng a Number
i n Phone Book
Aft er st oring numbers in Phone Book, you can
search for t hem in t wo ways; by name and by caller
group.
Sear chi ng f or a Number by Name
1. When t he idle screen displays, press t he Name
soft key.
2. Press t he Sel ect soft key when Sear ch
highlight s. You are asked t o ent er a name.
3. Ent er t he first few let t ers of t he name t hat you
want t o find.
The Phone Book ent ries are list ed, st art ing wit h
t he first ent ry mat ching your input .
5. Once you have found t he ent ry, press t he key
t o dial t he number, or press t he Opt i ons soft
key t o access t he Phone Book ent ry opt ions; for
furt her det ails, see page 34.
4. To Pr ess t he
view t he highlight ed
ent ry
Vi ew soft key.
select a different
ent ry
Up or Down key unt il
t he ent ry highlight s.
look for a name
st art ing wit h a
different let t er
key labelled wit h t he
let t er you want t o ent er.
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Sear chi ng f or a Number by Cal l er Gr oup
1. When t he idle screen displays, press t he Name
soft key.
2. Scroll t o Gr oup Sear ch by pressing t he Up or
Down key and press t he Sel ect soft key. You are
asked t o ent er a group name.
3. Ent er t he first few let t ers of t he group name t hat
you want t o find.
The caller groups are list ed, st art ing wit h t he
first group mat ching your input .
4. I f necessary, scroll t o a group by pressing t he Up
or Down key and press t he Vi ew soft key.
The Phone Book ent ries in t he caller group are
list ed.
6. Once you have found t he ent ry, press t he key
t o dial t he number, or press t he Opt i ons soft
key t o access t he Phone Book ent ry opt ions; for
furt her det ails, see page 34.
5. To Pr ess t he
view t he highlight ed
ent ry
Vi ew soft key.
select a different
ent ry
Up or Down key unt il
t he ent ry you want
highlight s.
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Edi t i ng a Cal l er Gr oup
1. When t he idle screen displays, press t he Name
soft key.
2. Scroll t o Gr oup Edi t by pressing t he Up or
Down key and press t he Sel ect soft key.
3. Scroll t hrough t he group list by pressing t he Up
or Down key.
4. When t he group you want highlight s, press t he
Opt i ons soft key.
5. Select each opt ion and change t he set t ings, as
you want . The following opt ions are available:
• Cal l Ri ng Tone: allows you t o set a ring t one
t o be used when you receive a call from a
person in t he group.
• SMS Tone: allows you t o set a ring t one t o be
used when you receive a message from a
person in t he group.
• Gr aphi c: allows you t o set a graphic icon t o be
displayed when you receive a call from a
person in t he group.
• Gr oup Name: allows you t o assign a name t o
t he group. For furt her det ails about how t o
ent er charact ers, see page 43.
6. When you are finished, press t he C or key.
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Speed- di al l i ng
Once you have st ored phone numbers in Phone
Book, you can set up t o eight speed- dial ent ries and
t hen dial t hem easily whenever you want , simply by
pressing t he associat ed number key.
Set t i ng Up Speed- di al Ent r i es
1. When t he idle screen displays, press t he Name
soft key.
2. Scroll t o Speed Di al by pressing t he Up or
Down key and press t he Sel ect soft key.
3. Select t he key where you wish t o assign t he
speed- dialling number, from t he 2 t o 9 keys,
and press t he OK soft key.
Not e: Memory locat ion 1 is reserved for your Voice
Mail server number.
I f you have already assigned a number t o t he
key, t he Opt i ons soft key replaces t he OK soft
key. Go t o st ep 6.
4. Select a Phone Book ent ry from t he list and
press t he Vi ew soft key.
5. Select a number, if t he ent ry has more t han one,
by pressing t he Up or Down key and press t he
Sel ect soft key.
6. Once you have assigned a number t o t he key,
you can use t he following opt ions by pressing
t he Opt i ons soft key:
• Change: allows you t o assign a different
number t o t he key.
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• Del et e: allows you t o clear t he set t ing so t hat
no number is assigned t o t he key.
• Del et e Al l : allows you t o clear t he set t ings for
all keys so t hat no numbers are assigned t o
any of t he keys.
• Number : allows you t o view t he number
assigned t o t he key.
7. When you are finished, press t he C or key.
Speed- di al l i ng f r om Phone Book
To speed-dial t he numbers assigned t o keys 2 t o 9,
press and hold t he appropriat e key.
Del et i ng Al l of t he Phone Book
Ent r i es
You can delet e all of t he ent ries in t he select ed
memory or bot h memories.
1. When t he idle screen displays, press t he Name
soft key.
2. Scroll t o Del et e Al l by pressing t he Up or Down
key and press t he Sel ect soft key.
3. To place a check mark by t he memory you want
t o empt y, Al l , SI M or Phone, press t he Mar k
soft key.
You can remove t he check mark by pressing t he
Unmar k soft key.
4. When you are finished marking, press t he
Del et e soft key t o delet e t he ent ries in t he
select ed memory.
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5. Ent er t he phone password and press t he OK soft
key.
Not e: The password is preset t o “ 00000000” at
t he fact ory. To change t his password, see
page 113.
6. When t he confirming message appears, press
t he Yes soft key.
To cancel t he delet ion, press t he No soft key.
7. When you are finished, press t he C or key.
Check i ng t he Memor y St at us
You can check how many names and numbers are
st ored in Phone Book, in bot h t he SI M card and
phone memories. You can also see t he capacit y of
bot h memories.
1. When t he idle screen displays, press t he Name
soft key.
2. Select t he Memor y St at us opt ion by pressing
t he Up or Down key and press t he Sel ect soft
key.
3. Press t he Up or Down key t o view t he number of
exist ing and t ot al ent ries available in t he SI M
card and phone’s memory.
4. When you are finished, press t he C or key.
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Usi ng t he Ser vi ce Di al l i ng Number s
You can view t he list of Service Dialling Numbers
( SDN) assigned by your service provider. These
numbers include emergency numbers, direct ory
enquiries and voice mail numbers.
1. When t he idle screen displays, press t he Name
soft key.
2. Select t he SDN opt ion by pressing t he Up or
Down key and press t he Sel ect soft key.
3. Scroll t hrough t he numbers by using t he Up or
Down key.
4. To dial t he number displayed, press t he Di al soft
key.
Not e: This opt ion is available only when your SI M card
support s Service Dialling Numbers.
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Ent er i ng Tex t
When using your phone, you will oft en need t o
ent er t ext , such as when st oring a name in Phone
Book, creat ing your personal greet ing or scheduling
event s on your calendar. You can ent er
alphanumeric charact ers by using your phone’s
keypad.
Your phone has t he following t ext input modes:
• T9 mode
This mode allows you t o ent er words wit h only
one keyst roke per let t er. Each key on t he keypad
has more t han one let t er; for example, when you
press t he 5 key once, J, K or L displays. T9 mode
aut omat ically compares your keyst rokes wit h an
int ernal linguist ic dict ionary t o det ermine t he
correct word, t hus requiring far fewer keyst rokes
t han t he t radit ional Alphabet mode.
• Al phabet mode
This mode allows you t o ent er let t ers by pressing
t he key labelled wit h t he let t er you want . Press
t he key once, t wice, t hree or four t imes unt il it
displays.
• Number mode
This mode allows you t o ent er numbers.
• Symbol mode
This mode allows you t o ent er various symbols
and special charact ers.
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Changi ng t he Tex t I nput Mode
When you are in a field t hat allows charact ers t o be
ent ered, you will not ice t he t ext input mode
indicat or on t he display.
Example: Writ ing a t ext message
Not e: Addit ional t ext input modes may be available
depending on your count ry.
To sel ect Pr ess t he r i ght sof t k ey
unt i l
T9 mode displays. See page 45.
Alphabet mode displays. See page 47.
Number mode displays. See page 48.
Symbol mode t he symbol list displays.
See page 48.
Opt ions Text input
mode indicat or
Writ e New
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Usi ng T9 Mode
T9 is a predict ive t ext input mode t hat allows you t o
key in any charact er using single keyst rokes. This
t ext input mode is based on a built -in dict ionary.
To ent er a word in T9 mode:
1. When you are in T9 mode, st art ent ering a word
by pressing t he keys 2 t o 9. Press each key only
once for each let t er.
Example: To ent er “ HELLO” in T9 mode,
press t he 4, 3, 5, 5 and 6 keys.
The word t hat you are t yping appears on t he
display. I t may change wit h each key t hat you
press.
2. Ent er t he whole word before edit ing or delet ing
t he keyst rokes.
3. When t he word displays correct ly, go t o st ep 4.
I f not , press t he 0 key or t he Up or Down key
repeat edly t o display alt ernat ive word choices
for t he keys t hat you have pressed.
Example: Bot h “ OF” and “ ME” use t he 6 and 3
keys. The phone displays t he most
commonly used choice first .
4. I nsert a space bet ween words by pressing t he
key.
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To add a new word int o t he T9 dict ionary:
1. Aft er pressing t he keys corresponding t o t he
word you want t o add, press t he 0 or Down key
t o display t he alt ernat ive words.
2. When you press t he 0 or Down key at t he last
alt ernat ive word, t he display shows Add on t he
bot t om line. Press t he Add soft key.
3. I f necessary, clear t he word using t he C key and
ent er t he word you want t o add using Alphabet
mode. See page 47.
4. Press t he OK soft key.
The word is added t o t he T9 dict ionary and
becomes t he first word for t he associat ed
keypress.
Not e: This feat ure may not be available for some
languages.
• To ent er periods, hyphens or apost rophes, press
t he 1 key. T9 mode applies grammar rules t o
ensure t hat t he correct punct uat ion is used.
Example: The 1 key is used t wice t o display t wo
punct uat ion marks:
• To shift t he case in T9 mode, use t he key.
There are t hree cases; Capit al lock ( ) , Lower
case ( ) and I nit ial Capit al ( ).
• You can move t he cursor by using t he Left and
Right keys. To delet e let t ers, press t he C key.
Press and hold t he C key t o clear t he display.
L E T ’ S E A T .
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Usi ng Al phabet Mode
Use t he 1 t o 0 keys t o ent er your t ext .
1. Press t he keys labelled wit h t he let t er you want :
- Once for t he first let t er
- Twice for t he second let t er
- And so on
2. Select t he ot her let t ers in t he same way.
Not e: The cursor moves t o t he right when you press a
different key. When ent ering t he same let t er
t wice or a different let t er on t he same key, j ust
wait for a few seconds for t he cursor t o move t o
t he right aut omat ically, and t hen select t he
next let t er.
Refer t o t he t able below for furt her det ails about t he
charact ers available:
Char act er s i n t he Or der Di spl ayed
Upper Case Low er Case
Key
Space
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• To insert a space, press t he key.
• To shift t he case in Alphabet mode, use t he
key. There are t hree cases; Capit al lock ( ) ,
Lower case ( ) and I nit ial Capit al ( ) .
• You can move t he cursor by using t he Left and
Right keys. To delet e let t ers, press t he C key.
Press and hold t he C key t o clear t he display.
Usi ng Number Mode
Number mode enables you t o ent er numbers int o a
t ext message. Press t he keys corresponding t o t he
digit s you want t o ent er.
Usi ng Sy mbol Mode
Symbol mode enables you t o insert symbols int o a
t ext message.
To Pr ess t he
select a symbol corresponding number key.
display more symbols Up or Down key.
clear t he symbol( s) C key. When t he input field
is empt y, t his key ret urns
t he display t o t he previous
mode.
insert t he symbol(s)
int o your message
OK soft key.
cancel your input and
ret urn t o t he previous
mode
Back soft key.
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Opt i ons Dur i ng a Cal l
Your phone provides a number of cont rol funct ions
t hat you can use during a call.
Put t i ng a Cal l on Hol d
You can place t he current call on hold whenever you
want . You can make anot her call while you have a
call in progress if your net work support s t his
service.
To place a call on hold, simply press t he Hol d soft
key. You can react ivat e t he call whenever you want ,
by pressing t he Unhol d soft key.
To make a call while you have a call in progress:
1. Ent er t he phone number t hat you wish t o dial or
look it up in Phone Book.
For det ails about searching for a number in
Phone Book, see page 36.
2. Press t he key t o dial t he second call.
The first call is aut omat ically put on hold.
Or,
1. Put t he current call on hold by pressing t he Hol d
soft key.
2. Make t he second call in t he normal way.
When you have an act ive call and a call on hold, you
may swit ch bet ween t he t wo calls, changing t he one
on hold t o act ive and placing t he ot her on hold.
To swit ch bet ween t he t wo calls, simply press t he
Sw ap soft key.
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The current call is placed on hold and t he call on
hold is react ivat ed so t hat you can cont inue
conversing wit h t he ot her person.
When you want t o finish, end each call normally by
pressing t he key.
Sw i t chi ng t he Mi cr ophone Of f ( Mut e)
You can t emporarily swit ch your phone’s
microphone off so t hat t he ot her person on t he
phone cannot hear you.
Example: You wish t o say somet hing t o anot her
person in t he room but do not want t he
person on t he phone t o hear you.
To swit ch t he microphone off t emporarily:
1. Press t he Opt i ons soft key.
2. Press t he Down key t o highlight t he Mut e
opt ion.
3. Press t he OK soft key.
The ot her person can no longer hear you.
To swit ch t he microphone back on:
1. Press t he Opt i ons soft key.
2. I f necessary, press t he Down key t o highlight t he
Unmut e opt ion.
3. Press t he OK soft key.
The ot her person can hear you again.
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Mut i ng or Sendi ng Key Tones
These opt ions allow you t o t urn t he key t ones off or
on. I f t he Mut e Keys opt ion is select ed, your phone
does not t ransmit t he DTMF (Dual Tone Mult i-
Frequency) t ones of t he keys, which allows you t o
press keys wit hout hearing annoying key t ones
during a call.
Not e: To communicat e wit h answering machines or
comput erised t elephone syst ems, t he Send
Keys opt ion must be select ed.
Sendi ng a Sequence of DTMF Tones
You can send t he DTMF t ones aft er ent ering t he
ent ire number you need t o send.
This opt ion is helpful for ent ering a password or an
account number when you call an aut omat ed
syst em, like a banking service.
To send t he DTMF t ones:
1. When you are connect ed t o t he t eleservice
syst em, press t he Opt i ons soft key.
2. Press t he Down key t o highlight t he Send DTMF
opt ion.
3. Press t he OK soft key.
4. Ent er t he number you want t o send and press
t he OK soft key.
The t ones are sent .
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Sear chi ng f or a Number i n Phone
Book
You can search for a number in Phone Book during
a call.
1. Press t he Opt i ons soft key.
2. Press t he Down key t o highlight t he Phonebook
opt ion.
3. Press t he OK soft key.
The Phone Book ent ries are list ed.
4. Ent er t he name t hat you wish t o find.
I f you ent er t he first few let t ers of t he name, t he
Phone Book ent ries are list ed, st art ing wit h t he
first ent ry mat ching your input .
5. To view t he highlight ed ent ry, press t he Vi ew
soft key.
For furt her det ails about t he Phone Book feat ure,
see page 31.
Usi ng t he Message Ser vi ce
I f you receive an SMS ( Short Message Service)
message during a call, t he message icon ( )
flashes on t he display. The SMS service opt ion
enables you t o read t he message or send a new
message.
For furt her det ails about t he Message feat ure, see
page 64.
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Cal l Wai t i ng
You can answer an incoming call while you have a
call in progress, if your net work support s t his
service and you have set t he Cal l Wai t i ng menu
( Menu 8.3) t o Act i vat e; see page 132. You are
not ified of an incoming call by a call wait ing t one.
To answer a call while you have a call in progress:
1. Press t he key t o answer t he incoming call.
The first call is aut omat ically put on hold.
2. To swit ch bet ween t he t wo calls, press t he Sw ap
soft key.
3. To end t he call on hold, press t he Opt i ons soft
key and select t he End Hel d Cal l opt ion.
To end t he current call, press t he key.
Mak i ng a Mul t i - par t y Cal l
A mult i- part y call is a net work service t hat allows
up t o six people t o t ake part simult aneously in a
mult i- part y or conference call. For furt her det ails
about subscribing t o t his service, cont act your
service provider.
Set t i ng up t he Mul t i - par t y Cal l
1. Call t he first part icipant in t he normal way.
2. Call t he second part icipant in t he normal way.
The first call is aut omat ically put on hold.
3. To j oin t he first part icipant t o t he mult i- part y
call, press t he Opt i ons soft key and select t he
Joi n opt ion. Press t he OK soft key.
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4. To add a new person t o t he mult i- part y call, call
t he person in t he normal way and press t he
Opt i ons soft key. Select t he Joi n opt ion and
press t he OK soft key.
You can add incoming callers by answering t he call,
pressing t he Opt i ons soft key, and select ing t he
Joi n opt ion. Repeat as required.
Havi ng a Pr i vat e Conver sat i on Wi t h One
Par t i ci pant
1. Press t he Opt i ons soft key and choose t he
Sel ect One opt ion. Press t he OK soft key.
The list of call part icipant s appears.
2. Highlight a person from t he list by pressing
t he Up or Down key, and press t he Sel ect soft
key or t he key.
3. When t he Pr i vat e opt ion highlight s, press t he
OK soft key.
Now you can t alk privat ely t o t hat person. The
ot her part icipant s can st ill converse wit h each
ot her.
4. To ret urn t o t he mult i- part y call, press t he
Opt i ons soft key and select t he Joi n opt ion.
Press t he OK soft key.
All t he mult i- part y call part icipant s can now hear
each ot her.
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Dr oppi ng One Par t i ci pant
1. Press t he Opt i ons soft key and choose t he
Sel ect One opt ion. Press t he OK soft key.
The list of call part icipant s appears.
2. Highlight a person from t he list by pressing
t he Up or Down key, and press t he Sel ect soft
key or t he key.
3. Press t he Down key t o select t he Remove
opt ion and press t he OK soft key.
The call ends wit h t hat part icipant , but you can
cont inue t o t alk t o t he ot hers.
4. When you want t o end t he mult i-part y call, close
t he folder or press t he key.
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Usi ng t he Menus
The phone offers a range of funct ions t hat allow you
t o t ailor it t o your needs. These funct ions are
arranged in menus and sub- menus.
The menus and sub- menus can be accessed by
scrolling using t he Navigat ion keys or by using t he
short cut s.
Accessi ng a Menu Funct i on by Scr ol l i ng
1. I n I dle mode, press t he Menu soft key t o access
Menu mode.
2. Scroll using t he Up or Down key t o reach a main
menu, Phone Set t i ngs for example. Press t he
Sel ect soft key or t he Right key t o ent er t he
menu.
3. I f t he menu cont ains sub-menus, Language for
example, you can access t hem by scrolling using
t he Up or Down key and pressing t he Sel ect
soft key or t he Right key.
I f t he menu t hat you have select ed cont ains
furt her opt ions, repeat t his st ep.
4. To Pr ess t he
scroll t hrough t he
menus
Up or Down key, or use
t he Volume keys.
confirm t he chosen
set t ing
Sel ect soft key or t he
Right key.
ret urn t o t he previous
menu level
soft key or t he Left
key.
exit t he menu wit hout
changing t he set t ings
key.
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Usi ng Shor t cut s
The menu it ems, such as menu, sub-menus and
opt ions, are numbered and can be accessed quickly
by using t heir short cut numbers. The short cut
number is shown at t he bot t om right next t o t he
soft key on t he display. Simply press t he Menu soft
key and ent er t he number of t he menu you want .
Not es:
• The numbers assigned t o each menu are indicat ed
on t he list on page 58. They may not mat ch t he
menu number on t he phone, depending on t he
services support ed by your SI M card.
• For t he menu numbers, 10, 11 and 12, use t he 0,
and keys respect ively.
Example: Accessing t he Language menu.
1. Press t he Menu soft key.
2. Press t he 6 key for Phone Set t i ngs.
3. Press t he 5 key for Language.
The languages available display.
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Li st of Menu Funct i ons
The following list shows t he menu st ruct ure
available and indicat es t he number assigned t o
each opt ion and t he page where you can find a
descript ion of each feat ure.
Not e: I f you use a SI M AT card t hat provides
addit ional services, t he SI M AT menu displays
when you press t he Menu soft key t o ent er
Menu mode. For furt her det ails, see your SI M
card inst ruct ions.
1. Tex t Messages ( see page 64)
1.1 I nbox
1.2 Out box
1.3 Writ e New
1.4 Templat es
1.5 Set t ings
1.5.1 Set t ing 1
*
1.5.2 Set t ing 2
*
1.5.3 Common Set t ing
1.6 Delet e All
1.7 Memory St at us
1.7.1 SI M Memory
1.7.2 Phone Memory
1.7.3 CB Memory
1.8 Voice Mail
1.8.1 Connect t o Voice Server
1.8.2 Voice Server Number
1.9 Broadcast
1.9.1 Read
1.9.2 Receive
1.9.3 Channel List
1.9.4 Language
* Shows only if support ed by your SI M card.
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2. Mul t i medi a Messages ( see page 76)
2.1 I nbox
2.2 Out box
2.3 Draft
2.4 Writ e New
2.5 Templat es
2.6 Delet e All
2.7 Memory St at us
2.8 Set up
2.8.1 Delivery Report
2.8.2 Read Reply
2.8.3 Aut o Download
2.8.4 Message Accept ance
2.8.5 Hide I D
2.8.6 Expiry Dat e
2.8.7 Delivery Time
2.8.8 Priorit y
2.8.9 Report Allowed
2.8.10 Page Durat ion
2.9 MMS Profile
3. Cal l Recor ds ( see page 89)
3.1 Missed Calls
3.2 Received Calls
3.3 Dialled Calls
3.4 Delet e All
3.5 Call Time
3.5.1 Last Call Time
3.5.2 Tot al Sent
3.5.3 Tot al Received
3.5.4 Reset Timers
3.6 Call Cost
*
3.6.1 Last Call Cost
3.6.2 Tot al Cost
3.6.3 Max Cost
3.6.4 Reset Count ers
3.6.5 Set Max Cost
3.6.6 Price/ Unit
* Shows only if support ed by your SI M card.
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4. Camer a ( see page 94)
4.1 Take Phot os
4.2 My Phot os
4.3 Take Videos
4.4 My Videos
4.5 Delet e All
4.6 Memory St at us
5. Sound Set t i ngs ( see page 103)
5.1 Ring Tone
5.2 Ring Volume
5.3 Alert Type
5.4 Keypad Tone
5.5 Message Tone
5.5.1 SMS Tone
5.5.2 SMS- CB Tone
5.5.3 MMS Tone
5.6 Aut oFolder Tone
5.7 Power On/ Off
5.8 Ext ra Tones
6. Phone Set t i ngs ( see page 107)
6.1 I nfrared Act ivat e
6.2 Display Set t ings
6.2.1 Wallpaper
6.2.2 Front LCD
6.2.3 Menu St yle
6.2.4 Back Light
6.2.5 Graphic Logo
6.3 Greet ing Message
6.4 Own Number
6.5 Language
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6. Phone Set t i ngs ( cont inued)
6.6 Securit y
6.6.1 PI N Check
6.6.2 Change PI N
6.6.3 Phone Lock
6.6.4 Change Password
6.6.5 Privacy
6.6.6 SI M Lock
6.6.7 FDN Mode
*
6.6.8 Change PI N2
*
6.7 Ext ra Set t ings
6.8 Reset Set t ings
7. Or gani ser ( see page 118)
7.1 Alarm
7.1.1 Once Alarm
7.1.2 Daily Alarm
7.1.3 Morning Call
7.1.4 Remove Alarm
7.1.5 Aut opower
7.2 Calendar
7.3 Time & Dat e
7.3.1 Set Time
7.3.2 Set Dat e
7.3.3 World Time
7.3.4 Time Format
7.4 Calculat or
7.5 To Do List
7.6 Currency Exchange
* Shows only if support ed by your SI M card.
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8. Net w or k Ser v i ces ( see page 128)
8.1 Call Divert ing
8.1.1 Divert Always
8.1.2 Busy
8.1.3 No Reply
8.1.4 Unreachable
8.1.5 Cancel All
8.2 Call Barring
8.2.1 All Out going
8.2.2 I nt ernat ional
8.2.3 I nt ernat ional Except t o Home
8.2.4 All I ncoming
8.2.5 I ncoming While Abroad
8.2.6 Cancel All
8.2.7 Change Barring Password
8.3 Call Wait ing
8.4 Net work Select ion
8.5 Caller I D
8.6 Closed User Group
8.6.1 I ndex List
8.6.2 Out side Access
8.6.3 Default Group
8.6.4 Deact ivat e
*
* Shows only if t he Closed User Group Feat ure is act ive.
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9. Fun Box ( see page 136)
9.1 WAP Browser
9.1.1 Home
9.1.2 Favorit e
9.1.3 ht t p: / /
9.1.4 Set t ings
9.1.5 Clear Cache
9.1.6 Push Message
9.2 Games & More
9.3 Sounds
9.4 I mages
9.5 Delet e All
9.6 Memory St at us
9.6.1 Games & More
9.6.2 Sounds & I mages
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Tex t Messages
Short Message Service ( SMS) allows you t o send
and receive short t ext messages t o and from ot her
GSM mobile phones. I n addit ion, your phone
support s t he Enhanced Messaging Service (EMS),
which enables you t o include simple phot os,
melodies, and animat ed images in your messages.
To use t his feat ure, you must subscribe t o your
service provider’s message service.
When t he Text Message icon ( ) appears, you
have received new t ext messages. I f t he memory is
full, an error message displays and you cannot
receive any new messages. Use t he Del et e opt ion
in each message box t o delet e t he obsolet e ones.
I nbox ( Menu 1. 1)
This message box is used t o st ore t he messages
t hat you have received.
When you ent er t his menu, t he list of messages in
t he box displays wit h t he senders’ phone numbers
or names, if available in your Phone Book.
1. Select a message from t he list and press t he
Vi ew soft key t o read t he message cont ent s.
2. To scroll t hrough t he cont ent s, press t he Up or
Down key.
3. To scroll t o t he previous or next message, press
t he or key.
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While reading a message, you can choose t he
following opt ions by pressing t he Opt i ons soft key:
Del et e: allows you t o delet e t he message.
Send: allows you t o send/ resend t he message. For
furt her det ails about how t o send a message, see
page 67.
Tex t Repl y: allows you t o reply t o t he sender by
sending a t ext message.
Cal l Back : allows you t o call t he sender back.
Cut Addr ess: allows you t o ext ract t he sender’s
number and URL, e-mail addresses or phone
numbers from t he message t ext .
Move t o Phone: allows you t o move t he message
from t he SI M card t o t he phone’s memory. This
opt ion is only available when you select a message
st ored in t he SI M card.
Move t o SI M: allows you t o move t he message
from t he phone’s memory t o t he SI M card. This
opt ion is only available when you select a message
st ored in t he phone’s memory.
Sel ect Obj ect s: allows you t o save media obj ect s,
such as sounds or images, from t he message int o
your phone. You can use t he obj ect s when writ ing a
message. For det ails, see page 69.
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Out box ( Menu 1.2)
This message box is used t o st ore t he messages
t hat you have already sent or will send.
When you ent er t his menu, t he list of messages in
t he box displays wit h t he recipient s’ phone numbers
or names, if available in your Phone Book.
1. Select a message from t he list and press t he
Vi ew soft key t o read t he message cont ent s.
2. To scroll t hrough t he cont ent s, press t he Up or
Down key.
3. To scroll t o t he previous or next message, press
t he or key.
While reading a message, you can choose t he
following opt ions by pressing t he Opt i ons soft key:
Del et e: allows you t o delet e t he message.
Send: allows you t o send/ resend t he message. For
furt her det ails about how t o send a message, see
page 67.
Cut Addr ess: allows you t o ext ract t he dest inat ion
number and URL, e-mail addresses or phone
numbers from t he message t ext .
Move t o Phone: allows you t o move t he message
from t he SI M card t o t he phone’s memory. This
opt ion is only available when you select a message
st ored in t he SI M card.
Move t o SI M: allows you t o move t he message
from t he phone memory t o t he SI M card. This
opt ion is only available when you select a message
st ored in t he phone’s memory.
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Sel ect Obj ect s: allows you t o save media obj ect s,
such as sounds or images, from t he message int o
your phone. You can use t he obj ect s when writ ing a
message. For det ails, see page 69.
Wr i t e New ( Menu 1. 3)
I n t his menu, you can writ e and send a t ext
message.
Not e: When you add media obj ect s t o t he message,
t he number of charact ers you can ent er
decreases.
Cr eat i ng a Si mpl e Tex t Message
1. Creat e your message.
Not e: For furt her det ails about ent ering
charact ers, see page 43.
2. When you finish ent ering t he message, press
t he Opt i ons soft key. The following opt ions are
available:
• Send Onl y: allows you t o send t he message.
The message is delet ed aft er sending.
• Save and Send: allows you t o save a copy of
t he message and t hen send t he message. You
can read t he message in your Out box.
• Save Onl y: allows you t o save t he message so
t hat it can be sent lat er. You can read t he
message in your Out box.
• For furt her det ails about Tex t For mat t i ng,
Add Obj ect s, Add Templ at es, Add Phone
Book , Add Book mar k and Language
opt ions, see page 68.
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3. Select Send Onl y or Save and Send, and press
t he Sel ect soft key.
I f you want t o j ust save t he message, select
Save Onl y. Aft er saving t he message, t he
phone ret urns t o t he Tex t Messages menu.
4. I f you select a save opt ion, choose t he memory
locat ion and press t he OK soft key.
5. Ent er a dest inat ion number and press t he OK
soft key.
The message is sent .
Not e: When t he phone fails t o send t he message, it
asks you if you want t o ret ry. Press t he OK soft
key t o confirm. Ot herwise, press t he Ex i t soft
key t o ret urn t o t he Writ e New screen.
Cr eat i ng a Message Usi ng t he Opt i ons
1. Creat e a message.
2. Press t he Opt i ons soft key.
3. Select one of t he following opt ions by using t he
Up and Down keys and pressing t he Sel ect soft
key:
• Tex t For mat t i ng: allows you t o format t he
st yle of t he t ext .
For t he Si ze at t ribut e, Nor mal , Lar ge and
Smal l sizes are available. For t he Bol d, I t al i c,
Under l i ne and St r i k et hr ough at t ribut es,
select On or Of f .
These at t ribut es can be combined.
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• Add Obj ect s: allows you t o add a sound,
melody, phot o or animat ed image t o t he
message. Select t he cat egory of t he obj ect t o
be added. I n each cat egory, you can select
from t he various fact ory- set it ems or choose
an it em received from ot her sources, such as
t he I nt ernet or ot her phones.
• Add Templ at es: allows you t o apply one of
t he preset message t emplat es t o t he t ext .
Select one of five messages st ored in t he
Templ at es menu ( Menu 1.4) . For furt her
det ails, see page 70.
• Add Phone Book : allows you t o add a Phone
Book ent ry t o your message. Select one from
t he list .
• Add Book mar k : allows you t o add a web
page address st ored in your Favorit e list
(Menu 9. 1.2) . Select one from t he list .
• Language: allows you t o change t he language
t o be used in T9 input mode. Select t he
language t o be used.
4. Complet e t he message, and send or save it by
following t he procedure from st ep 2 on page 67.
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Templ at es ( Menu 1.4)
Using t his menu, you can preset a maximum of five
messages t hat you use most frequent ly.
Select an empt y locat ion or t he message t emplat e
you want and press t he Sel ect soft key.
The following opt ions are available:
Edi t : allows you t o writ e a new message or edit t he
message.
Not e: For furt her det ails about how t o ent er
charact ers, see page 43.
Send Message: allows you t o ret rieve t he
message. Once you have complet ed t he message,
you can send, save and send, or simply save it . For
furt her det ails about how t o send a message, see
page 67.
Del et e: allows you t o delet e t he message. You are
asked t o confirm t he delet ion by pressing t he Yes
soft key.
Set t i ngs ( Menu 1.5)
I n t his menu, you can set up default message
informat ion. A set t ing group is a collect ion of
set t ings required t o send messages. The number of
set t ing groups available depends on t he capacit y of
your SI M card.
Not e: The last set t ing you accessed is aut omat ically
act ivat ed for sending messages.
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Set t i ng x ( where x is t he set t ing group number) :
each group has it s own sub- menu.
Service Cent re: allows you t o st ore or change t he
number of your message cent re, which is required
when sending messages. You must obt ain t his
number from your service provider.
Default Dest inat ion: allows you t o st ore t he default
dest inat ion number. The number aut omat ically
displays on t he Dest inat ion screen when you creat e
a message.
Default Type: allows you t o set t he default message
t ype t o Tex t , Fax , Emai l or Pagi ng. The net work
can convert t he messages int o t he select ed format .
Default Validit y: allows you t o set t he lengt h of t ime
your t ext messages are st ored in t he message
cent re while at t empt s are made t o deliver t hem.
Set t ing Name: allows you t o give a name t o t he
set t ing group current ly being defined.
Common Set t i ng: The following opt ions are
available:
Reply Pat h: allows t he recipient of your message t o
send you a reply t hrough your message cent re, if
your net work support s t his service.
Delivery Report s: allows you t o act ivat e or
deact ivat e t he report funct ion. When t his funct ion is
act ivat ed, t he net work informs you whet her or not
your message has been delivered.
Bearer Select ion: allows you t o choose eit her GSM
or GPRS, depending on your net work.
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Charact er Support : allows you t o choose a
charact er t ype from GSM- Al phabet , Uni - Code or
Aut omat i c. I f you select Uni - Code and your
recipient ’s phone does not support it , your recipient
may not be able t o read your message.
Del et e Al l ( Menu 1. 6)
This menu allows you t o delet e all of t he t ext
messages in each message box. You can also
delet e all of your messages at one t ime.
When a confirming message displays, press t he Yes
soft key t o confirm.
Memor y St at us ( Menu 1.7)
This menu shows how many messages are current ly
st ored in t he SI M, Phone and CB ( Cell Broadcast )
memories.
To Pr ess t he
select a message box
t o clear
Up or Down key. To delet e
all of your messages,
select Al l Messages.
place a check mark Mar k soft key.
remove a check mark Unmar k soft key.
delet e t he marked
messages
Del et e soft key.
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Voi ce Mai l ( Menu 1.8)
This menu allows you t o access your voice mailbox,
if your net work support s t his service.
The following opt ions are available:
Connect t o Voi ce Ser ver : before using t he Voice
Mail feat ure, you must ent er t he voice server
number obt ained from your service provider; see
menu opt ion 1.8.2. You can t hen select t his opt ion
and press t he OK soft key t o list en t o your
messages.
You can quickly connect t o t he voice server by
pressing and holding t he 1 key in I dle mode.
Voi ce Ser ver Number : allows you t o change t he
voice mail server number, if necessary.
Not e: Voice Mail is a net work feat ure. Please cont act
your service provider for furt her det ails.
To Pr ess t he
ent er t he server number corresponding numeric
keys.
correct a digit C key.
move t he cursor t o t he
left or right wit hout
clearing a digit
Left or Right key.
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Br oadcast ( Menu 1.9)
This net work service allows you t o receive t ext
messages on various t opics, such as t he weat her or
t raffic. Cell Broadcast ( CB) messages display as
soon as t hey are received, provided t hat :
• t he phone is in I dle mode.
• t he Recei ve opt ion is set t o Enabl e.
• t he message channel is current ly act ive on t he
channel list .
The following opt ions are available:
Read: let s you view t he received message. The
Vol at i l e box displays t he messages from t he
net work, but loses it s cont ent s as soon as t he
phone is swit ched off. Scroll t hrough t he message
by using t he Up and Down keys. While reading a
message, press t he Save soft key t o st ore t he
message in t he Ar chi ve box for lat er ret rieval.
Recei ve: allows you t o enable or disable t he
recept ion of broadcast messages.
Channel Li st : allows you t o indicat e t he channels
from which you wish t o receive broadcast
messages. The following opt ions are available:
Select : use t o enable or disable channels on t he list
by marking or unmarking t hem respect ively. A
check mark displays in front of each select ed
channel.
Add Channel: use t o ent er t he I D and t it le for a new
channel.
Delet e: use t o remove a channel from t he list .
Edit : use t o change t he I D and t it le of an exist ing
channel.
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Language: allows you t o select your preferred
language t o display cell broadcast messages.
Please cont act your service provider for furt her
det ails.
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Mul t i medi a Messages
Mult imedia Message Service ( MMS) is a messaging
service very similar t o Short Message Service
( SMS) . I t provides aut omat ic and immediat e
delivery of personal mult imedia messages from
phone t o phone or from phone t o e-mail.
I n addit ion t o t he familiar t ext cont ent of t ext
messages, mult imedia messages can cont ain
images, graphics. An MMS message is a mult imedia
present at ion in a single ent ry. I t is not a t ext file
wit h at t achment s.
Using t he MMS feat ure, your phone can receive and
send messages t hat cont ain mult imedia files, such
as your phot os and images you downloaded from
t he I nt ernet . This funct ion is available only if it is
support ed by your service provider. Only phones
t hat offer mult imedia message feat ures can receive
and display mult imedia messages.
I nbox ( Menu 2. 1)
Vi ew i ng a Message When You Recei ve i t
When a new mult imedia message comes in, t he
display shows t he MMS Message icon ( ) and a
t ext not ificat ion along wit h t he sender’s number.
1. Press t he Vi ew soft key t o view t he message.
The display shows brief informat ion about t he
message, such as t he sender’s number, t he
message size and t he subj ect .
I f you want t o view t he message lat er in t he
I nbox, press t he Ex i t soft key.
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2. To scroll t hrough t he message informat ion, press
t he Up or Down key.
3. Press t he Opt i ons soft key t o use t he following
opt ions:
• Ret r i eve: ret rieves t he message from t he
MMS server.
• Del et e: delet es t he message.
• Mor e Pr oper t i es: shows you det ailed
informat ion about t he message.
4. To read t he message, press t he Sel ect soft key
when Ret r i eve is highlight ed.
Your phone ret rieves t he message cont ent s from
t he server and displays it .
5. To scroll t hrough t he message, press t he Up or
Down key.
6. When you are finished, press t he key.
Vi ew i ng a Recei ved Message i n t he I nbox
When you access t he I nbox menu (Menu 2.1) , t he
list of mult imedia messages you received displays
wit h t he senders’ phone numbers, if t hey are
available in your Phone Book, or subj ect s. The icons
on t he left t ell you t he st at us of t he messages.
• : Messages t hat have been opened.
• : Messages t hat are unopened.
1. Select a message on t he list and press t he
Sel ect soft key.
The message displays and scrolls t o t he next
page, if it has one, aft er a specified t ime; for
det ails about set t ing t he t ime, see page 87.
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2. Press t he OK soft key t o go t o t he message view
screen.
Or, t he display aut omat ically swit ches t o t he
screen.
3. To scroll t hrough t he message, press t he Up or
Down key.
I f t he message has more t han one page, you
can scroll t hrough t he pages by using t he Left
and Right keys.
While viewing a message, you can choose t he
Message opt ions by pressing t he Opt i ons soft key.
I f you are viewing a new message, t he opt ions are
t he same as when you view a message as soon as
you receive it . See t he previous sect ion.
When you are reviewing a message ret rieved from
t he MMS server, t he following opt ions are available:
Del et e: delet es t he message.
Repl y : allows you t o reply t o t he sender by sending
a t ext or mult imedia message.
Cal l Back : allows you t o call t he sender back.
Cut Addr ess: allows you t o ext ract t he sender’s
number or e- mail address and URL, e- mail
addresses or phone numbers from t he message
t ext .
For w ar d: allows you t o forward t he message t o
anot her person.
Save Pi ct ur e: allows you t o save an image from
t he message int o your phone. I mages are st ored in
t he I mages folder ( Menu 9.4 ) .
Save Sound: allows you t o save a sound from t he
message int o t he Sounds folder ( Menu 9.3) .
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Pr oper t i es: shows you informat ion about t he
message, such as t he message st at us, subj ect ,
sender’s e- mail address or phone number, message
size, priorit y, and t he t ime and dat e when t he
message was received.
Out box ( Menu 2.2)
When you access t his menu, t he list of t he
mult imedia messages you sent or saved displays.
The icons on t he left t ell you t he st at us of t he
messages.
• : Messages current ly being sent
• : Messages sent
• : Messages your phone couldn’t send
• : Messages t o be sent
• : Messages deferred
1. Select a message on t he list and press t he
Sel ect soft key.
The message displays and scrolls t o t he next
page, if it has one, aft er a specified t ime; for
det ails about set t ing t he t ime, see page 87.
2. Press t he OK soft key t o go t o t he message view
screen.
Or, t he display aut omat ically swit ches t o t he
screen.
3. To scroll t hrough t he message, press t he Up or
Down key.
I f t he message has more t han one page, you
can scroll t hrough t he pages by using t he Left
and Right keys.
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While viewing a message, you can choose t he
following opt ions by pressing t he Opt i ons soft key:
Del et e: delet es t he message.
Cut Addr ess: allows you t o ext ract t he dest inat ion
numbers or e- mail addresses and URL, e- mail
addresses or phone numbers from t he message
t ext .
Send: allows you t o send/ resend t he message.
Edi t Message: allows you t o change t he message
cont ent s, phot o or t ext .
Pr oper t i es: shows you informat ion about t he
message, such as t he st at us, subj ect , sender’s
address, message size, t ransact ion I D, MMS
version, t ime and dat e t he message was sent and
st at us.
Dr af t ( Menu 2.3)
Aft er creat ing a mult imedia message, you can st ore
it in t his message box for lat er sending.
For furt her det ails about viewing a message, see
“ Out box” on page 79.
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Wr i t e New ( Menu 2. 4)
This menu allows you t o creat e a new mult imedia
message and t hen send it t o mult iple dest inat ions.
Cr eat i ng and Sendi ng a Mul t i medi a
Message
1. Ent er t he subj ect of your message and press t he
OK soft key.
For furt her det ails about ent ering charact ers,
see page 43.
2. When Add Her e highlight s, press t he Opt i ons
soft key and add t he message cont ent s using
one of t he following opt ions:
• Add Tex t : ent er t he message t ext and press
t he OK soft key.
• Add My Phot o: allows you t o add a phot o you
t ook using t he camera on your phone. Select
Tak e a Phot o t o t ake a new phot o, or Sel ect
a Phot o t o add one of t he phot os st ored in t he
phone. For furt her det ails about using t he
camera, see page 94.
• Add Pi ct ur e: allows you t o add a phot o st ored
in t he I mages folder ( Menu 9. 4) . Choose a
phot o and press t he Sel ect soft key. You may
not be able t o add some downloaded images if
t hey are not in t he correct format .
• Send: allows you t o send t he message. Use
t his opt ion when you finish creat ing t he
message.
• Save: saves t he message in t he Dr af t (Menu
2.3) or Templ at es ( Menu 2.5) box for lat er
use.
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• Set t i ngs: allows you t o change t he message
set t ings. For furt her det ails about each set t ing
opt ion, see page 87. Aft er changing t he
set t ings, you need t o press t he soft key or
t he C key t o go t o back t o t he opt ions screen.
• Add Dest i nat i on: allows you t o ent er
dest inat ion numbers or addresses. See st eps 6
t o 11. Aft er adding t hem, you need t o press
t he soft key or t he C key t o go t o back t o
t he opt ions screen.
• Pr evi ew : shows your message as it will
display on t he recipient ’s phone.
Not e: You can add t ext and an image once for
each page.
3. Repeat st eps 2 unt il you finish creat ing your
message.
4. I f you want t o change t he added it ems, press
t he Up or Down key t o highlight one and press
t he Opt i ons soft key.
Not e: The opt ions available are different
depending on whet her t he it em you select
on t he message screen is t ext , an image or
t he Page field.
The following opt ions are available:
• Edi t Tex t / Pi ct ur e: allows you t o change t he
t ext or replace t he image wit h anot her one.
• Add Page: allows you t o add more pages.
Aft er you add a page, t he display shows you
t he current page number and t he memory
space used for t he page. You can move t o
each page using t he Left or Right key when
Page highlight s on t he message screen.
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• Del et e: delet es t he it em from your message.
• Dur at i on: allows you t o set when and how
long t ext and an image displays on t he
message present at ion screen. When t he
message is opened, t he display shows t he
it em aft er a specified t ime in Set St ar t Ti me
and scrolls t o t he next it em aft er a specified
t ime in Set Dur at i on.
• Send: allows you t o send t he message.
• Save: saves t he message in t he Dr af t (Menu
2.3) or Templ at es ( Menu 2.5) box for lat er
use.
• Set t i ngs: allows you t o change t he message
set t ings. For furt her det ails about each set t ing
opt ion, see page 87.
• Add Dest i nat i on: allows you t o ent er
dest inat ion addresses. See st eps 6 t o 11.
• Pr evi ew : shows your message as it will
display on t he recipient ’s phone.
5. When you have finished creat ing t he message,
choose Send from t he opt ions and press t he
Sel ect soft key.
6. Select a dest inat ion t ype ( To, Cc or Bcc) and
press t he Sel ect soft key.
7. Choose one of t he following opt ions and press
t he Sel ect soft key:
• Phone Number : allows you t o ent er t he
phone number you want .
• E- Mai l : allows you t o ent er t he e- mail address
of t he recipient .
• Phone Book : allows you t o ret rieve a number
from your Phone Book.
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8. Ent er a number or an e-mail address, or select
a number from Phone Book.
9. When t he correct number or address displays,
press t he OK soft key.
10. To add a dest inat ion, press t he Sel ect soft key
when Add Dest i nat i on highlight s. Repeat from
st ep 7.
I f you want t o edit t he dest inat ions, select one
and press t he Sel ect soft key. You can change
or delet e it .
11. To ent er addit ional numbers or addresses t o t he
ot her dest inat ion t ypes, press t he C key or t he
soft key and repeat st eps 6 t hrough 11.
You can ent er up t o 10 dest inat ions each for To,
CC and Bcc.
12. When you are finished ent ering t he
dest inat ions, select Send Message and press
t he Sel ect soft key.
Your phone sends t he message.
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Templ at es ( Menu 2.5)
This menu st ores messages you saved as t emplat es
so t hat you can use t hem t o make new messages.
1. Scroll t hrough t he t emplat e list using t he Up and
Down keys.
2. When t he message t emplat e you want
highlight s, press t he Sel ect soft key.
3. Press t he OK soft key t o use t he following
opt ions, or t he display aut omat ically shows t he
opt ions aft er a specified t ime:
• Edi t Message: allows you t o send a message
using t he t emplat e. For furt her det ails about
how t o send a message, see page 81.
• Del et e: allows you t o delet e t he message. You
are asked t o confirm t he delet ion by pressing
t he Yes soft key.
4. Press t he key t o ret urn t o I dle mode.
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Del et e Al l ( Menu 2. 6)
This menu allows you t o delet e all of t he mult imedia
messages in each message box. You can also delet e
all of your messages at one t ime.
When a confirming message displays, press t he Yes
soft key t o confirm.
Memor y St at us ( Menu 2.7)
You can check t he amount of t he memory being
used and t he memory remaining for mult imedia
messages.
The display shows t he t ot al space, including t he
used and free space. I t also shows how much space
is current ly occupied by each message box.
To Pr ess t he
select a message
box t o clear
Up or Down key. To delet e
all of your messages,
select Al l Messages.
place a check mark Mar k soft key.
remove a check
mark
Unmar k soft key.
delet e t he marked
messages
Del et e soft key.
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Set up ( Menu 2. 8)
You can change t he default set t ings for sending or
receiving mult imedia messages.
The following opt ions are available:
Del i ver y Repor t : when t his opt ion is enabled, t he
net work informs you whet her or not your message
has been delivered.
Read Repl y : when t his opt ion is enabled, your
phone sends a request for a reply along wit h your
message t o t he recipient .
Aut o Dow nl oad: you can set whet her or not your
phone ret rieves new incoming messages from t he
MMS server wit hout not ificat ions. When t his opt ion
is enabled, t he phone aut omat ically ret rieves new
messages from t he server. As soon as you receive a
message you can use more opt ions while you are
reading. See page 78 for det ails about t he opt ions.
Message Accept ance: you can specify t he
cat egory of messages you want t o receive.
Hi de I D: when t his opt ion is enabled, your phone
number does not display on t he recipient ’s phone.
Ex pi r y Dat e: you can select t he lengt h of t ime
your messages are st ored at t he message cent re
aft er t hey are sent .
Del i ver y Ti me: you can set a delay t ime before t he
phone sends your messages.
Pr i or i t y: you can select t he priorit y level of your
messages.
Repor t Al l ow ed: when t his opt ion is enabled, t he
sender of an incoming message receives a delivery
report from t he net work.
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Page Dur at i on: you can set how long one page of
an out going message displays on t he message
present at ion screen. Aft er a specified t ime, t he
display aut omat ically scrolls t o t he next page.
MMS Pr of i l e ( Menu 2.9)
I n t his menu, you can configure various net work
set t ings t hat are required when you send or receive
mult imedia messages.
Not es:
• The last profile you accessed is aut omat ically
act ivat ed for sending messages.
• I f you change t he MMS set t ings wit hout first
checking wit h your service provider, t he MMS feat ure
may not work properly.
The following opt ions are available for each profile:
Pr of i l e Name: ent er a name t hat you wish t o
assign t o t he MMS server.
Connect i on URL: ent er t he address of your MMS
server.
Secur i t y: select a dat a t ransmission mode. Choose
Secur e t o prot ect your dat a against unaut horised
access; ot herwise, choose Non- Secur e.
I P Addr ess: ent er t he gat eway address required t o
connect t o t he MMS server.
User Name: ent er t he user I D required t o connect
t o t he MMS server.
Passw or d: ent er t he password required t o connect
t o t he MMS server.
APN: ent er t he access point name used for t he
address of t he MMS server.
For furt her det ails, cont act your service provider.
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Cal l Recor ds
I n t his menu, you can view t he:
• calls you missed, received or dialled.
• lengt h of your calls.
• cost of your calls.
Not es:
• You can access t he numbers in t he t hree t ypes of call
records by pressing t he key in I dle mode.
• The number of call records t he phone can st ore may
be different depending on your SI M card.
Mi ssed Cal l s ( Menu 3.1)
This menu let s you view t he last 20 numbers of t he
calls you received, but did not answer.
The number or name, if available, displays t oget her
wit h t he t ime and dat e when t he call was received.
By pressing t he Opt i ons soft key, you can:
• edit t he number, if available, and dial it or save it
in Phone Book.
• delet e t he call from t he list .
You can also dial t he number by pressing t he
key.
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Recei ved Cal l s ( Menu 3. 2)
This menu let s you view t he last 20 numbers of t he
calls you received.
The number or name, if available, displays t oget her
wit h t he t ime and dat e when t he call was received.
By pressing t he Opt i ons soft key, you can:
• edit t he number, if available, and dial it or save it
in Phone Book.
• delet e t he call from t he list .
You can also dial t he number by pressing t he
key.
Di al l ed Cal l s ( Menu 3. 3)
This menu let s you view t he last 20 numbers you
dialled.
The number or name, if available, displays t oget her
wit h t he t ime and dat e when t he call was made.
By pressing t he Opt i ons soft key, you can:
• edit t he number and dial it or save it in Phone
Book.
• delet e t he call from t he list .
You can also dial t he number by pressing t he
key.
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Del et e Al l ( Menu 3. 4)
This menu allows you t o delet e all of t he records in
each call record. You can also delet e all of your call
records at one t ime.
When a confirming message displays, press t he Yes
soft key t o confirm.
To Pr ess t he
select a call record t o
clear
Up or Down key. To delet e
all of your call records,
select Al l Cal l s.
place a check mark Mar k soft key.
remove a check mark Unmar k soft key.
delet e t he marked
records
Del et e soft key.
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Cal l Ti me ( Menu 3.5)
This menu let s you view t he t imers for calls you
made and received.
Not e: The act ual t ime invoiced for calls by your
service provider may vary, depending on
net work feat ures, rounding- off for billing
purposes and so on.
The following t imers are available:
Last Cal l Ti me: lengt h of t he last call.
Tot al Sent : t ot al lengt h of all calls you made since
t he t imer was last reset .
Tot al Recei ved: t ot al lengt h of all calls you
received since t he t imer was last reset .
Reset Ti mer s: opt ion used t o reset t he call t imers.
You must first ent er t he phone password and t hen
press t he OK soft key.
Not e: The password is preset t o “ 00000000.” To
change t his password, see page 113.
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Cal l Cost ( Menu 3. 6)
This net work feat ure let s you view t he cost of calls.
This menu may not be available depending on your
SI M card.
The following opt ions are available:
Last Cal l Cost : cost of t he last call you made.
Tot al Cost : t ot al cost of all calls you made since
t he cost count er was last reset . I f t he t ot al cost
exceeds t he maximum cost set in t he Set Max
Cost opt ion, you can no longer make any calls unt il
you reset t he count er.
Max Cost : maximum cost set in t he Set Max Cost
opt ion. See below.
Reset Count er s: opt ion used t o reset t he cost
count er. You must first ent er your PI N2 ( see
page 152) and t hen press t he OK soft key.
Set Max Cost : opt ion used t o ent er t he maximum
cost t hat you aut horise for your calls. You must first
ent er your PI N2 ( see page 152) and t hen press t he
OK soft key.
Pr i ce/ Uni t : opt ion used t o set t he cost of one unit ;
t his price per unit is applied when calculat ing t he
cost of your calls. You must first ent er your PI N2
( see page 152) and t hen press t he OK soft key.
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Using t he camera module embedded in your phone,
you can t ake phot os of people or event s while on
t he move. Addit ionally, you can send phot os t o
ot her people in a mult imedia message or set one as
a wallpaper.
You can also record videos using your phone as a
camcorder.
CAUTI ON:
• Do not t ake phot os of people wit hout t heir
permission.
• Do not t ake phot os in a place where cameras are not
allowed.
• Do not t ake phot os in a place where you may
int erfere wit h ot her person’s privacy.
Tak e Phot os ( Menu 4. 1)
Your camera produces JPEG pict ures. You can t ake
phot os wit h t he folder open or closed. When t he
folder is closed, you can use t he ext ernal display.
Not e: When you t ake a phot o in direct sunlight or in
bright condit ions, shadow may appear on t he
phot o.
Tak i ng a Phot o w i t h t he Fol der Open
1. Access t he Tak e Phot os menu t o t urn t he
camera on. You can also press and hold t he
Camera ( ) key on t he right side of t he phone
in I dle mode.
The image t o be capt ured appears on t he
display.
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2. Adj ust t he image by aiming it t o t he subj ect .
• Use t he Left and Right keys t o adj ust t he
bright ness of t he image.
• Use t he Up and Down keys t o zoom in or out .
• Use t he and keys on t he left side of t he
phone t o flip t he image vert ically or
horizont ally.
• Use t he 0 key t o t urn on t he flash on t he
folder.
• Use t he 1 key t o swit ch t o Record mode. See
page 100.
• Use t he 2 key t o change t he image size.
• Use t he 3 key t o change t he image qualit y.
• Use t he 4 key t o swit ch t o Night Shot mode.
• Press t he right soft key t o use t he camera
opt ions. For det ails, see page 97.
3. Press t he Camera ( ) key or t he left soft key t o
t ake t he phot o.
4. Press t he Save soft key.
5. To Pr ess t he
use t he phot o opt ions Opt i ons soft key. See
below.
ret urn t o Preview
mode
Pr evi ew soft key.
ret urn t o I dle mode key.
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When you select t he Opt i ons soft key, t he following
opt ions are available:
Send: allows you t o send t he phot o as a
mult imedia message. For furt her det ails, see
page 81.
Set as: allows you t o set t he phot o as your
wallpaper on t he idle screen or a caller I D image for
Phone Book ent ries.
Rename: allows you t o change t he name of t he
phot o.
Go t o My Phot os: shows t he phot os in My Phot os
menu.
Del et e: delet es t he phot o.
Pr ot ect i on: allows you t o prot ect t he phot o from
being delet ed.
Pr oper t i es: shows t he propert ies of t he phot o,
such as t he file name and size, t he t ime and dat e it
was t aken, resolut ion, qualit y, prot ect ion st at us and
file format .
Tak i ng a Phot o w i t h t he Fol der Cl osed
1. When t he folder is closed, press and hold t he
Camera ( ) key on t he right side of t he phone.
The image t o be capt ured appears on t he
ext ernal display.
2. Adj ust t he image by aiming t he camera at t he
subj ect .
• Press one of t he Volume keys t o zoom in or
out .
• Press and hold one of t he Volume keys t o use
t he flashlight .
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3. Press t he Camera ( ) key t o t ake t he phot o.
Your phone aut omat ically saves t he phot o and
ret urns t o Preview mode.
Usi ng t he Camer a opt i ons
I n Preview mode, you can use various opt ions for
t he camera by pressing t he right soft key.
The following opt ions are available:
Mode: allows you t o t ake a phot o in various modes.
Once you change t he mode, it s indicat or appears at
t he t op line of t he display.
Normal Shot : allows you t o t ake a phot o in t he
normal mode.
Mult i Shot : allows you t o t ake a series of act ion
st ills. Select t he capt ure speed t o Hi gh Speed or
Nor mal Speed and t he number of phot os for t he
camera t o t ake. When you press t he Camera ( )
key or t he left soft key, t he camera t akes phot os
successively.
Aft er t aking phot os, press t he SaveAl l soft key t o
save all of t hem or t he Sel ect soft key t o save t he
select ed one(s) .
To Pr ess t he
scroll t o an opt ion Up or Down key.
select t he
highlight ed opt ion
Sel ect soft key.
ret urn t o Preview
mode
soft key.
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Mat rix Shot : allows you t o t ake several st ills and
save t hem in one frame. I t will save as one image
consist ing of t he mult iple st ills t aken.
Night Shot : allows you t o t ake a phot o of t he best
qualit y when it is dark.
Ef f ect s: allows you t o change t he colour t one or
apply special effect s t o t he phot o.
Fr ames: allows you t o use a decorat ed frame.
Select a frame from t he list using t he Navigat ion
keys.
Ti mer : allows you t o have a delay t ime before t he
camera t akes t he phot o. Select t he lengt h of t ime
you want . When you press t he Camera ( ) key or
t he left soft key, t he camera t akes t he phot o aft er
t he specified t ime.
Set t i ngs: allows you t o change t he default image
set t ings.
Phot o Size: set s t he image size t o eit her
VGA( 640x 480) , QVGA( 320x 240) ,
QQVGA( 160x 120) or Mobi l e( 128x 120) . The
select ed image size displays on t he preview screen.
Phot o Qualit y: allows you t o select t he image
qualit y from Super Fi ne, Fi ne, Nor mal and
Economy. The select ed qualit y displays on t he
preview screen.
Shut t er Sound: allows you t o select a shut t er sound
from Cl i ck , Dr op and Resonant .
Flash Light : allows you t o use t he flash light .
Default Name: allows you t o change t he default
prefix name of t he phot o name.
Hel p: shows you t he funct ions of t he keys you can
use in Preview mode.
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My Phot os ( Menu 4.2)
This menu allows you t o review your phot os.
When you access t his menu, your phone displays
t he phot os in Thumbnail mode, which shows t hem
as small images. Use t he Navigat ion keys t o scroll
t hrough t he phot os.
To view t he phot os on t he full screen, select t he
phot o you want t o view and t hen press t he Vi ew
soft key. To go back t o Thumbnail mode, press t he
Mul t i soft key.
Press t he Opt i ons soft key t o use t he following
opt ions:
Send: allows you t o send t he phot o as a
mult imedia message. For furt her det ails, see
page 81.
Set as: allows you t o set t he phot o as your
wallpaper on t he idle screen or a caller I D image for
Phone Book ent ries.
Rename: allows you t o change t he name of t he
phot o.
Del et e: delet es t he phot o.
Pr ot ect i on: allows you t o prot ect t he phot o from
being delet ed.
Pr oper t i es: shows t he propert ies of t he phot o,
such as t he file name and size, t ime and dat e it was
t aken, resolut ion, qualit y, prot ect ion st at us and file
format .
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Tak e Vi deos ( Menu 4.3)
You can record a video t hat is current ly displayed on
t he camera screen and save it as an MPEG file.
1. When t he camera t urns on, adj ust t he image by
aiming t he camera t o t he subj ect .
• Use t he Up and Down keys t o zoom in or out .
• Use t he Left and Right keys t o adj ust t he
bright ness of t he image.
• Use t he Li ght soft key t o t urn on t he flash on
t he folder.
• Use t he 1 key t o swit ch t o Capt ure mode. See
page 94.
2. Press t he Recor d soft key t o st art recording.
3. When you are finished, press t he St op soft key.
Or, t he phone aut omat ically st ops when t he
recording t ime expires.
4. To Pr ess t he
play back or resume Pl ay soft key.
pause Pause soft key.
save Save soft key.
ret urn t o Preview
mode
Pr evi ew soft key.
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My Vi deos ( Menu 4. 4)
When you access t his menu, t he st ill image of t he
first video you recorded displays.
To playback a video:
1. Press t he Left or Right key t o scroll t o t he video
you want t o view.
2. Press t he Pl ay soft key t o st art t he playback.
When you press t he Opt i ons soft key t he following
opt ions are available:
Rename: allows you t o change t he file name.
Del et e: delet es t he current video file.
Pr ot ect i on: allows you t o set t he prot ect ion t o
keep t he video from being delet ed.
Pr oper t i es: shows t he propert ies of t he video,
such as t he file name and size, t ime and dat e it was
recorded, resolut ion, qualit y, prot ect ion st at us and
file format .
3. To Pr ess t he
play or resume Pl ay soft key.
use t he opt ions Opt i ons soft key. See
below.
pause t he playback Pause soft key.
ret urn t o t he video
list screen
Mul t i soft key.
ret urn t o I dle mode key.
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Del et e Al l ( Menu 4. 5)
This menu allows you t o delet e all of t he phot os or
videos. You can also delet e all of your phot o and
video files at one t ime.
When a confirming message displays, press t he Yes
soft key t o confirm.
Memor y St at us ( Menu 4.6)
You can check t he amount of memory available for
t he Camera feat ure.
The display shows t he t ot al space, including t he
space used for phot os and videos and t he space
remaining.
To Pr ess t he
select an it em t o
clear
Up or Down key. To delet e
all of your phot o and video
files, select Al l .
place a check mark Mar k soft key.
remove a check mark Unmar k soft key.
delet e t he marked
it ems
Del et e soft key.
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Sound Set t i ngs
You can use t he Sound Set t ings feat ure t o
cust omise various set t ings, such as t he:
• ring melody, volume and t ype.
• sounds made when you press a key, receive a
message, open/ close t he folder or swit ch your
phone on or off.
• alert t one made every minut e during a call, when
you make an error or when your call is connect ed
t o t he syst em.
Not e: When t he phone is in Silent mode ( see
page 28) , you cannot change t he sound
set t ings.
Ri ng Tone ( Menu 5.1)
This menu allows you t o select a ring melody.
You can choose bet ween many different melodies. I f
you have downloaded sounds from t he I nt ernet or
opt ional EasyGPRS programme, you can use t hem
in t his menu.
Ri ng Vol ume ( Menu 5.2)
This menu allows you t o adj ust t he ring volume t o
one of five levels.
Use t he Up and Down keys or t he Volume keys on
t he left side of t he phone t o increase or decrease
t he volume.
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Al er t Type ( Menu 5.3)
This menu allows you t o specify how you are t o be
informed of incoming calls or alarms you set .
The following opt ions are available:
Mel ody: t he phone rings using t he select ed ring
t one or alarm melody.
Vi br at i on: t he phone vibrat es but does not ring.
Vi br a+ Mel ody: t he phone first vibrat es t hree
t imes and t hen st art s ringing.
Keypad Tone ( Menu 5. 4)
This menu allows you t o select t he t one t hat t he
phone sounds when you press a key.
To t urn t he sound off, select Of f.
Message Tone ( Menu 5. 5)
This menu allows you t o select how t he phone
informs you t hat a new message has been received.
SMS Tone ( Menu 5.5.1)
The following opt ions are available for alert ing you
t o new SMS messages:
Of f : t he phone does not use an SMS t one.
Vi br at i on: t he phone vibrat es.
Si ngl e Beep: t he phone beeps once.
SMS Tone x : t he phone uses one of several SMS
t ones.
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SMS- CB Tone ( Menu 5.5.2)
The following opt ions are available for alert ing you
t o new cell broadcast (CB) messages:
Of f : t he phone does not use a CB t one.
Vi br at i on: t he phone vibrat es.
Si ngl e Beep: t he phone beeps once.
SMS- CB Tone x : t he phone uses one of several CB
t ones.
MMS Tone ( Menu 5.5.3)
The following opt ions are available for alert ing you
t o new MMS messages:
Of f : t he phone does not use an MMS t one.
Vi br at i on: t he phone vibrat es.
Si ngl e Beep: t he phone beeps once.
MMS Tone x : t he phone uses one of several MMS
t ones.
Aut oFol der Tone ( Menu 5.6)
This menu allows you t o select t he t one t hat t he
phone sounds when you open or close t he folder
using t he Aut o Folder key.
To t urn t he sound off, select Of f.
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Pow er On/ Of f ( Menu 5.7)
This menu allows you t o select t he melody t hat t he
phone sounds when it is swit ched on and off.
To t urn t he sound off, select Of f.
Ex t r a Tones ( Menu 5.8)
You can cust omise addit ional t ones used for t he
phone.
The following opt ions are available:
Er r or Tone: set s whet her or not t he phone informs
you when you make a mist ake.
Mi nut e Mi nder : set s whet her or not t he phone
beeps every minut e during an out going call t o keep
you informed of t he lengt h of your call.
Connect Tone: set s whet her or not your phone
beeps when your call is connect ed t o t he syst em.
To t ur n a gi ven
t one
Pr ess t he
on Mar k soft key.
A check mark displays in
front of t he opt ion.
off Unmar k soft key again.
The check mark no longer
displays.
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Phone Set t i ngs
Many different feat ures of your phone can be
cust omised t o suit your preferences. All of t hese
feat ures are accessed in t he Phone Set t i ngs
menu.
I nf r ar ed Act i v at e ( Menu 6.1)
This feat ure allows you t o send or receive dat a
t hrough t he infrared port . To use an infrared
connect ion, you must :
• configure and act ivat e an I rDA- compliant infrared
port on your PC.
• act ivat e t he infrared feat ure on t he phone; t he
I rDA icon ( ) appears on t he t op line of t he
display.
• align t he I rDA port on t he phone wit h t he I rDA
port on your comput er.
The connect ion is ready for dat a t ransmission.
I f t here is no communicat ion bet ween your phone
and t he I rDA-compliant device wit hin 30 seconds of
act ivat ing t he feat ure, it is aut omat ically
deact ivat ed.
Not e: For opt ional performance, use an opt ional dat a
link cable. You can purchase one from your local
Samsung dealer.
I rDA port
I rDA port
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Di spl ay Set t i ngs ( Menu 6.2)
I n t his menu, you can change various set t ings for
t he display or backlight .
Wal l paper ( Menu 6.2.1)
This menu allows you t o change t he background
image or t he colour of t he t ext t o be displayed in
I dle mode.
The following opt ions are available:
Wal l paper Li st : you can select a background
image t o be displayed on t he idle screen.
To change t he background image:
1. Scroll t hrough t he list by pressing t he Up or
Down key.
You have various preset images available. You
can also select a blank background or any
images downloaded from t he I nt ernet and t he
opt ional EasyGPRS programme. Once you have
set a phot o as t he wallpaper, it displays on t his
list .
2. Press t he Vi ew soft key when t he image you
want highlight s.
3. When t he image displays, press t he Sel ect soft
key t o display it on t he idle screen.
Tex t Di spl ay: you can specify whet her or not t he
phone displays t he current t ime and dat e on t he idle
screen.
Tex t Col or : you can select t he colour of t he t ext t o
be displayed on t he idle screen.
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Fr ont LCD ( Menu 6. 2.2)
This menu allows you t o adapt t he ext ernal display
t o your preferences.
The following opt ions are available.
I mage Sel ect : allows you t o change t he t ype of
t he ext ernal display.
Samsung Logo: t he display shows t he Samsung
logo.
Analogue Clock: t he display shows t he current t ime
bot h on digit al and analogue clocks.
Dat e: t he display shows t he current t ime and dat e.
No I mage: t he display shows only t he current t ime
on a digit al clock.
Li ght Ti mer : specifies t he lengt h of t ime for which
t he ext ernal display remains on.
Scr een Saver : allows you t o change t he direct ion
of t he image scroll.
Menu St yl e ( Menu 6.2.3)
This menu allows you t o select t he menu display
st yle. You can choose eit her Bar St yl e or Page
St yl e.
Back Li ght ( Menu 6.2.4)
You can select t he lengt h of t ime t he backlight is on.
The backlight t urns on when you press a key, open
t he folder or receive a call or message and remains
on for t he specified lengt h of t ime.
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Gr aphi c Logo ( Menu 6.2.5)
This menu allows you t o display your service
provider’s logo inst ead of it s name.
Of f : t he service provider’s name displays in I dle
mode.
On: t he service provider’s logo st ored in your phone
displays in I dle mode; if no logo has been st ored,
t he service provider’s name displays.
Gr eet i ng Message ( Menu 6.3)
This menu allows you t o set a greet ing t o be
displayed briefly when t he phone is swit ched on.
For furt her det ails about how t o ent er charact ers,
see page 43.
To Pr ess t he
clear t he exist ing
message
C key and hold it down
unt il t he message is
cleared.
ent er a new message appropriat e alphanumeric
keys.
change t he t ext input
mode
right soft key.
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Ow n Number ( Menu 6.4)
This funct ion is a memory aid, which you can use t o
check your own phone numbers if you need t o do so.
You can:
• assign a name t o each of your own phone
numbers regist ered on your SI M card.
• edit t he names and numbers.
Any changes made here do not in any way affect
t he act ual subscriber numbers on your SI M card.
Language ( Menu 6.5)
You can select a display language. When t he
language opt ion is set t o Aut omat i c, t he language
is aut omat ically select ed according t o t he language
of t he SI M card used.
Not e: Depending upon your count ry, service provider
or soft ware version of t he phone, t he
Aut omat i c opt ion may not display.
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Secur i t y ( Menu 6.6)
The Securit y feat ure enables you t o rest rict t he use
of your phone by ot hers and t he t ypes of calls.
Various codes and passwords are used t o prot ect
feat ures of your phone. They are described in t he
following sect ions. Also see pages 150- 153.
PI N Check ( Menu 6. 6. 1)
When t he PI N Check feat ure is enabled, you must
ent er your PI N each t ime you swit ch t he phone on.
Consequent ly, any person who does not have your
PI N cannot use your phone wit hout your approval.
Not e: Before disabling t he PI N Check feat ure, you
must ent er your PI N.
The following opt ions are available:
Di sabl e: t he phone connect s direct ly t o t he
net work when you swit ch it on.
Enabl e: you must ent er t he PI N each t ime t he
phone is swit ched on.
Change PI N ( Menu 6.6.2)
This feat ure allows you t o change your current PI N
t o a new one, provided t hat t he PI N Check feat ure
is enabled. You must ent er t he current PI N before
you can specify a new one.
Once you have ent ered a new PI N, you are asked t o
confirm it by ent ering it again.
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Phone Lock ( Menu 6. 6.3)
When t he Phone Lock feat ure is enabled, t he phone
is locked and you must ent er an 8-digit phone
password each t ime t he phone is swit ched on.
The password is preset t o “ 00000000” at t he
fact ory. To change t he phone password, see t he
Change Passw or d menu ( Menu 6.6.4) .
Once t he correct password has been ent ered, you
can use t he phone unt il you swit ch it off.
The following opt ions are available:
Di sabl e: you are not asked t o ent er t he phone
password when you swit ch t he phone on.
Enabl e: you are required t o ent er t he phone
password when you swit ch t he phone on.
Change Passw or d ( Menu 6.6.4)
The Change Password feat ure allows you t o change
your current phone password t o a new one. You
must ent er t he current password before you can
specify a new one.
The password is preset t o “ 00000000” at t he
fact ory. Once you have ent ered a new password,
you are asked t o confirm it by ent ering it again.
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Pr i vacy ( Menu 6.6.5)
Using t his menu, you can lock your media cont ent s,
such as mult imedia messages, phot os, videos,
sounds and images. Once you have locked t he
cont ent s, you must ent er t he phone password t o
access t he associat ed menus.
When t he phone asks for t he phone password,
ent er t he password and press t he OK soft key.
Not e: The password is preset t o “ 00000000” at t he
fact ory. To change it , see t he Change
Passw or d menu ( Menu 6.6.4) .
SI M Lock ( Menu 6.6.6)
When t he SI M Lock feat ure is enabled, your phone
only works wit h t he current SI M. You must ent er
t he SI M lock code t o use a different SI M card.
Once you have ent ered t he lock code, you are
asked t o confirm it by ent ering it again.
To unlock t he SI M, you must ent er t he SI M lock
code.
To Pr ess t he
select an it em t o lock Up or Down key. To lock all
of t he cont ent s, select Al l .
place a check mark Mar k soft key.
remove a check mark Unmar k soft key.
lock t he marked
it ems
OK soft key.
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FDN Mode ( Menu 6.6.7)
FDN (Fixed Dial Number) mode, if support ed by
your SI M card, allows you t o rest rict your out going
calls t o a limit ed set of phone numbers.
The following opt ions are available:
Di sabl e: you can call any number.
Enabl e: you can only call phone numbers st ored in
Phone Book. You must ent er your PI N2.
Not e: Not all SI M cards have a PI N2. I f your SI M card
does not , t his menu does not display.
Change PI N2 ( Menu 6. 6. 8)
The Change PI N2 feat ure allows you t o change your
current PI N2 t o a new one. You must ent er t he
current PI N2 before you can specify a new one.
Once you have ent ered a new PI N2, you are asked
t o confirm it by ent ering it again.
Not e: Not all SI M cards have a PI N2. I f your SI M card
does not , t his menu does not display.
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Ex t r a Set t i ngs ( Menu 6.7)
You can t urn t he aut omat ic redialling or answering
feat ures on or off.
The following opt ions are available:
Aut o Redi al : when t his opt ion is checked, t he
phone makes up t o t en at t empt s t o redial a phone
number aft er an unsuccessful call.
Not e: The int erval bet ween t wo at t empt s varies.
Anyk ey Answ er : when t his opt ion is checked, you
can answer an incoming call by pressing any key,
except t he key and t he Rej ect soft key. To
rej ect t he call, press t he key or t he Rej ect
soft key.
When t his opt ion is unchecked, you can only press
t he key or Accept soft key.
Act i ve Fol der : when t his opt ion is checked, you
can simply open t he folder t o answer a call.
When it is unchecked, you must open t he folder and
press a key t o answer a call, depending on t he
set t ing of t he Anyk ey Answ er opt ion.
To t ur n a f eat ur e Pr ess t he
on Mar k soft key.
A check mark displays in
front of t he opt ion.
off Unmar k soft key.
The check mark no longer
displays.
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Aut o Fol der : When t his opt ion is checked, you can
easily open and close t he folder by pressing t he
Aut o Folder key on t he right side of t he phone.
Not es:
• Using t he Aut o Folder feat ure drains your bat t ery
power, so t hat you will have less t alk t ime and
st andby t ime.
• When t he bat t ery is low, t he Aut o Folder key may not
work. You need t o manually open or close t he folder.
• Do not t ouch t he folder while it is aut omat ically
opening or closing. This may cause damage t o t he
mot or.
Reset Set t i ngs ( Menu 6.8)
You can easily reset your phone t o it s default
set t ings. To reset your phone:
1. Select t he Reset Set t i ngs menu.
2. Ent er t he 8- digit phone password and press t he
OK soft key.
Not e: The password is preset t o “ 00000000.” To
change t his password, see page 113.
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Or gani ser
The Organiser feat ure enables you t o:
• set an alarm so t hat t he phone rings at a specific
t ime, such as t o remind you of an appoint ment .
• view t he calendar and organise your schedule.
• set t he current t ime and dat e.
• define a list of t hings t o do.
• use t he phone as a calculat or for basic
mat hemat ical equat ions or currency exchange
operat ions.
Al ar m ( Menu 7. 1)
This feat ure allows you t o:
• set t he alarm t o ring at a specific t ime.
• set t he phone t o swit ch on aut omat ically and ring
t he alarm even if t he phone is swit ched off.
The following opt ions are available:
Once Al ar m: t he alarm rings only once and is t hen
deact ivat ed.
Dai l y Al ar m: t he alarm rings every day at t he
same t ime.
Mor ni ng Cal l : t he alarm rings t o wake you up in
t he morning.
To set an alarm:
1. Choose t he t ype of alarm t o be set and press t he
Sel ect soft key.
2. Ent er t he t ime for t he alarm t o sound.
Not e: Your phone is preset t o use 12- hour format .
To change t he format , see page 123.
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I f you want t o use t he alarm opt ions, press t he
Opt i ons soft key. The following opt ions are
available:
• Remove Al ar m: deact ivat es t he current
alarm.
• Al ar m Tone: allows you t o select t he alarm
melody.
3. Press t he OK soft key.
4. Select AM or PM and press t he Sel ect soft key.
5. I f you select Mor ni ng Cal l in st ep 1, choose t he
repeat opt ion, Monday t o Fr i day or Monday
t o Sat ur day, and press t he Sel ect soft key.
To st op t he alarm when it rings, open t he folder and
press t he Ex i t soft key or one of t he Volume keys
on t he left side of t he phone.
Remove Al ar m: deact ivat es all alarm set t ings.
Aut opow er : when t his opt ion is set t o Enabl e, t he
alarm rings at t he specified t ime, even if t he phone
is swit ched off.
I f t he menu opt ion is set t o Di sabl e and t he phone
is swit ched off at t he specified t ime, t he alarm does
not ring.
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Cal endar ( Menu 7.2)
Wit h t he Calendar feat ure, you can:
• consult t he calendar t o check your memos.
• writ e memos t o keep t rack of your schedule.
• set an alarm t o act as a reminder.
Consul t i ng t he Cal endar
When you select t he Cal endar menu ( Menu 7.2) ,
t he calendar displays wit h t oday’s dat e highlight ed.
The following opt ions are available when you press
t he Opt i ons soft key:
Sear ch Al l : displays all of t he memos, st art ing wit h
t he oldest regardless of t he day. To scroll t hrough
t he memos, press t he Up or Down key.
Del et e Al l : allows you t o delet e all of t he memos.
You are asked t o confirm your act ion.
Go t o Dat e: allows you t o go t o a specific dat e.
Ex i t : exit s t he Calendar feat ure and ret urns t o I dle
mode.
Wr i t i ng a Memo
You can make up t o 30 memos for one day.
To writ e or edit a memo on a specific dat e:
1. Select a dat e on t he calendar, using t he
Navigat ion keys.
Not e: To skip t o t he previous or next mont h,
press t he or key on t he left side of
t he phone.
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2. Press t he Sel ect soft key.
An empt y memo screen displays allowing you t o
ent er your memo.
3. Ent er your memo and t hen press t he OK soft
key.
Not e: For furt her det ails about how t o ent er
charact ers, see page 43.
You are asked if you wish t o set an alarm.
4. I f you want an alarm t o ring on t he chosen day,
press t he Yes soft key.
Ot herwise, press t he No soft key. The memo is
saved.
5. I f you pressed t he Yes soft key, ent er t he t ime
for t he alarm and press t he OK soft key.
Not e: Your phone is preset t o use 12- hour format .
To change t he format , see page 123.
6. Select AM or PM and press t he Sel ect soft key.
You can also select t he melody for t he alarm by
pressing t he Mel ody soft key.
The colour of t he dat e on t he calendar changes t o
green t o indicat e t hat a memo exist s for t hat dat e.
Vi ew i ng a Memo
When you select a day for which a memo already
exist s on t he calendar, t he lat est memo for t he day
displays.
I f more t han one memo is st ored, press t he Up or
Down key t o scroll t o t he previous or next memo.
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Press t he New soft key t o add a new memo for t he
day.
You can use t he following opt ions by pressing t he
Opt i ons soft key:
Edi t : allows you t o change t he memo t ext .
Al ar m: allows you t o set an alarm t o ring at a
specified t ime t o remind you of t he memo. I f you
set t he alarm earlier, you can change or delet e it .
Del et e: allows you t o delet e t he memo.
Copy t o: allows you t o copy t he memo t o anot her
dat e.
Move t o: allows you t o change t he dat e of t he
memo.
Ti me & Dat e ( Menu 7. 3)
This menu allows you t o change t he current t ime
and dat e displayed. You can also find out what t ime
it is in anot her part of t he world.
The following opt ions are available:
Set Ti me: allows you t o ent er t he current t ime. You
can choose t he t ime format in t he Ti me For mat
menu ( Menu 7.3.4) .
Not e: Before set t ing t he t ime, you must specify your
t ime zone in t he Wor l d Ti me menu ( Menu
7.3.3) . See t he following page.
Set Dat e: allows you t o ent er t he day, mont h and
year.
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Wor l d Ti me: allows you t o find out what t ime it is
in anot her part of t he world, using t he Left and
Right keys.
The screen shows t he:
• cit y name.
• current t ime and dat e.
• t ime difference bet ween t he select ed cit y and
your cit y if you have set t he local t ime (see below
for furt her det ails) .
• cit y select ed as your t ime zone.
To select your t ime zone:
1. Select t he cit y corresponding t o your t ime zone
by pressing t he Left or Right key one or more
t imes.
The local dat e and t ime display.
2. Press t he Set soft key.
Ti me For mat : allows you t o change t he t ime
format t o 24 Hour s or 12 Hour s.
Cal cul at or ( Menu 7.4)
Wit h t his feat ure, you can use t he phone as a
calculat or. The calculat or provides t he basic
arit hmet ic funct ions; addit ion, subt ract ion,
mult iplicat ion and division.
1. Ent er t he first number using t he numeric keys.
Not es:
• To delet e mist akes or clear t he display, press t he
C key.
• To include a decimal point or a bracket , press t he
left soft key unt il t he symbol you want displays.
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2. Press t he right soft key unt il t he arit hmet ic
symbol you want appears: + ( addit ion),
- ( subt ract ion) , (mult iplicat ion), / (division) .
3. Ent er t he second number.
4. To view t he result , press t he key.
5. Repeat st eps 1 t o 4 as many t imes as required.
To Do Li st ( Menu 7.5)
This feat ure allows you t o:
• ent er a list of t asks t o be done.
• assign a priorit y and a deadline t o each t ask.
• sort t he t asks by priorit y and st at us mark.
Cr eat i ng t he To Do Li st
1. Press t he New soft key.
2. Ent er t he first t ask.
Not e: For furt her det ails about how t o ent er
charact ers, see page 43.
3. Press t he OK soft key.
4. Select a priorit y st at us of high, normal or low,
using t he Up and Down keys and press t he
Sel ect soft key.
5. Ent er your deadline and press t he OK soft key.
I f you do not want t o set a deadline, press t he
Sk i p soft key.
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Edi t i ng t he To Do Li st
When you select t he To Do Li st menu ( Menu 7.5 ) ,
t he current cont ent s display wit h t he st at us mark, if
t he t ask has been done, and priorit y; for High,
for Normal and for Low.

Act i on Pr ocedur e
View t he det ails for
a specific t ask
' Highlight t he t ask.
^ Press t he Vi ew soft key.
· Scroll t hrough t he t asks
using t he Up and Down
keys, if necessary.
Change t he st at us
of a specific t ask
' Highlight t he t ask.
^ Press t he key t o mark
t he t ask as complet ed as of
t he current t ime and dat e.
or
' Highlight t he t ask.
^ Press t he Opt i ons soft key.
· Select t he Mar k opt ion.
÷ Select t he appropriat e
st at us (Done or Undo) .
Creat e a new t ask ' Press t he Opt i ons soft key.
^ Select t he New opt ion.
· Ent er t he t ext , priorit y and/
or deadline for t he t ask.
Edit an exist ing
t ask
' Highlight t he t ask.
^ Press t he Opt i ons soft key.
· Select t he Edi t opt ion.
÷ Change t he t ext , priorit y
and/ or deadline for t he
t ask.
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Sort t he exist ing
t asks by priorit y or
st at us
' Press t he Opt i ons soft key.
^ Select t he Sor t opt ion.
· Select t he sort crit erion
( Hi gh, Low , Done or
Undo).
Copy a t ask ' Highlight t he t ask.
^ Press t he Opt i ons soft key.
· Select t he Copy opt ion.
÷ Change t he t ext , priorit y
and/ or deadline for t he
t ask.
Copy a t ask t o t he
calendar
' Highlight t he t ask.
^ Press t he Opt i ons soft key.
· Select t he Copy t o
Cal endar opt ion.
÷ Change t he t ext and
deadline for t he t ask and
set t he alarm.
Delet e a t ask ' Highlight t he t ask.
^ Press t he Opt i ons soft key.
· Select t he Del et e opt ion.
Delet e all t asks ' Press t he Opt i ons soft key.
^ Select t he Del et e Al l
opt ion.
· Confirm t he delet ion by
pressing t he OK soft key.
Exit t he To Do list ' Press t he Opt i ons soft key.
^ Select t he Ex i t opt ion.
Act i on Pr ocedur e
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Cur r ency Ex change ( Menu 7.6)
Using t his menu, you can figure currency
conversions.
1. Ent er t he current exchange rat e of your source
currency and press t he OK soft key.
You can insert a decimal point by pressing
t he key.
2. Ent er t he amount t o convert and press t he OK
soft key.
The amount you ent ered and it s equivalent
value display.
3. Press t he Ex i t soft key t o exit t he currency
convert or.
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Net w or k Ser vi ces
These menu funct ions are net work services. Please
cont act your service provider t o check t heir
availabilit y and subscribe t o t hem, if you wish.
Cal l Di ver t i ng ( Menu 8. 1)
This net work service enables incoming calls t o be
rerout ed t o a number t hat you specify.
Example: You may wish t o divert your business calls
t o a colleague while you are on holiday.
You can use t he following opt ions t o divert voice
calls, fax calls and/ or dat a calls:
Di ver t Al w ays: all calls are divert ed.
Busy: calls are divert ed when you are already on
anot her call.
No Repl y : calls are divert ed when you do not
answer t he phone.
Unr eachabl e: calls are divert ed when you are not
in an area covered by your service provider.
Cancel Al l : all call divert ing opt ions are cancelled.
To set your call divert ing opt ions:
1. Select a call divert ing opt ion by pressing t he Up
or Down key, and t hen press t he Sel ect soft
key.
2. Select t he t ype of calls, voice or dat a, by
pressing t he Up or Down key, and t hen press t he
Sel ect soft key.
The current st at us displays. I f t he opt ion has
already been set , t he number t o which t he calls
are divert ed displays.
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4. Ent er t he number t o which t he calls are t o be
divert ed and press t he OK soft key.
To ent er an int ernat ional code, press t he 0 key
unt il t he + sign displays.
5. I f you select ed No Repl y in st ep1, select t he
lengt h of t ime t he net work wait s before divert ing
a call and press t he Sel ect soft key.
The phone sends your set t ings t o t he net work
and t he net work’s acknowledgement displays.
You can deact ivat e all call divert ing set t ings by
select ing t he Cancel Al l opt ion.
3. To Pr ess t he
act ivat e call
divert ing
Act i vat e soft key. Go t o
st ep 4.
change t he number
t o be called
Change soft key. Go t o
st ep 4.
deact ivat e call
divert ing
Remove soft key.
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Cal l Bar r i ng ( Menu 8. 2)
The call barring net work service allows you t o
rest rict your calls.
You can use t he following opt ions t o rest rict voice
calls, fax calls and/ or dat a calls:
Al l Out goi ng: calls cannot be made.
I nt er nat i onal : int ernat ional calls cannot be made.
I nt er nat i onal Ex cept t o Home: when abroad,
calls can be made only t o numbers wit hin t he
current count ry and t o your home count ry, which is
t he count ry where your home net work provider is
locat ed.
Al l I ncomi ng: calls cannot be received.
I ncomi ng Whi l e Abr oad: calls cannot be received
when you are using your phone out side of your
home service area.
Cancel Al l : all call barring set t ings are deact ivat ed;
calls can be made and received normally.
To set your call barring opt ions:
1. Select a call barring opt ion by pressing t he Up or
Down key, and t hen press t he Sel ect soft key.
2. Select t he t ype of calls, voice or dat a, by
pressing t he Up or Down key, and t hen press t he
Sel ect soft key.
3. Press t he Act i vat e soft key t o confirm your
set t ings.
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4. Ent er your call barring password supplied by
your service provider.
The phone sends your set t ings t o t he net work
and t he net work’s acknowledgement displays.
To deact ivat e specific call barring set t ings:
1. Select t he call barring opt ion t o be deact ivat ed.
2. Select t he t ype of calls t o which t his opt ion
applies.
3. Press t he Deact i vat e soft key.
4. Ent er your call barring password supplied by
your service provider.
The phone sends your set t ings t o t he net work
and t he net work’s acknowledgement displays.
You can also deact ivat e all call barring set t ings by
select ing t he Cancel Al l opt ion.
Change Bar r i ng Passw or d: you can set and
change t he call barring password obt ained from
your service provider using t his opt ion. You must
ent er t he current password before you can specify a
new one.
Once you have ent ered a new password, you are
asked t o confirm it by ent ering it again.
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Cal l Wai t i ng ( Menu 8.3)
This net work service informs you when someone is
t rying t o reach you during anot her call.
You can specify individual call wait ing opt ions for
voice calls, fax calls and/ or dat a calls:
To set your call wait ing opt ions:
1. Select t he t ype of calls, voice or dat a, t o which
you want t o apply t he call wait ing opt ion by
pressing t he Up or Down key, and t hen press t he
Sel ect soft key.
The screen informs you whet her call wait ing is
act ivat ed or deact ivat ed.
2. You can act ivat e or deact ivat e t he call wait ing
feat ure as necessary by using t he Act i vat e or
Deact i vat e soft key respect ively.
To ret urn t o t he previous screen, press t he Ex i t
soft key.
You can also deact ivat e all call wait ing set t ings by
select ing t he Cancel Al l opt ion.
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Net w or k Sel ect i on ( Menu 8.4)
The Net work Select ion feat ure enables you t o
aut omat ically or manually select t he net work used
when roaming out side of your home area.
Not e: You can select a net work ot her t han your home
net work only if t here is a valid roaming
agreement bet ween t hem.
To aut omat ically or manually select t he net work
when roaming:
1. When Net w or k Sel ect i on displays, press t he
Sel ect soft key.
2. Press t he Up or Down key unt il t he appropriat e
opt ion highlight s and t hen press t he OK soft
key.
I f you select Aut omat i c, you are connect ed t o
t he first available net work when roaming.
I f you select Manual , t he phone scans for t he
available net works. Go t o st ep 3.
3. Press t he Up or Down key unt il t he net work you
want highlight s and t hen press t he OK soft key.
You are connect ed t o t hat net work.
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Cal l er I D ( Menu 8. 5)
You can prevent your phone number from being
displayed on t he phone of t he person being called.
Not e: Some net works do not allow t he user t o change
t his set t ing.
The following opt ions are available:
Def aul t : t he default set t ing provided by t he
net work is used.
Hi de Number : your number does not display on
t he ot her person’s phone.
Send Number : your number is sent each t ime you
make a call.
Cl osed User Gr oup ( CUG) ( Menu 8. 6)
This net work service allows incoming and out going
calls t o be rest rict ed t o a select ed user group. You
can creat e up t o t en user groups.
For det ails about how t o creat e and use a closed
user group, cont act your service provider.
Example: A company lends SI M cards t o it s
employees and want s t o rest rict out going
calls t o members of t he same t eam.
Act i vat i ng a Cl osed User Gr oup
I f you select t he Cl osed User Gr oup menu, you
can ent er t he CUG funct ion. You can now access t he
following opt ions aft er pressing t he Sel ect soft key:
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I ndex Li st : let s you list , add or delet e CUG index
numbers. The list of current CUG indexes appears.
Add a new CUG index as advised by your service
provider or delet e a group.
Out si de Access: let s you enable or disable calls t o
numbers ot her t han t hose in t he Closed User Group.
This feat ure depends on t he nat ure of your CUG
subscript ion. Please check wit h your service
provider.
Def aul t Gr oup: you may set a default CUG wit h
your service provider. I f you have done so, you can
enable t he Def aul t Gr oup opt ion on your phone.
When making a call, you are given t he opt ion of
using your default CUG, inst ead of select ing one
from t he list .
Deact i vat e: deact ivat es t he CUG funct ion. This
menu appears only when t he default group is
enabled or a CUG index is select ed.
To Pr ess t he
scroll t hrough t he
exist ing CUG
indexes
Up or Down key.
add a new CUG
index
Opt i ons soft key, select t he
Add opt ion and ent er t he
index.
delet e a CUG
index
Opt i ons soft key and select
t he Del et e opt ion.
act ivat e a CUG
index
Opt i ons soft key and select
t he Act i vat e opt ion.
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Fun Box
The Fun Box menu cont ains several fun opt ions.
WAP Br ow ser ( Menu 9. 1)
Your phone is equipped wit h a WAP ( Wireless
Applicat ion Prot ocol) browser t o allow you t o access
and navigat e t he Wireless Web using your phone.
Home ( Menu 9.1.1)
Select ing t his menu connect s t he phone t o t he
net work and loads t he homepage of t he Wireless
Web service provider. You can also press t he key
in I dle mode.
The cont ent of t he WAP Browser st art up homepage
depends on your Wireless Web service provider. To
scroll t hrough t he screen, use t he Up or Down keys.
Not e: To access t he st art up homepage from any ot her
screen in t he WAP browser, use t he Home
opt ion. For furt her det ails about t he WAP
Browser menus, see page 138.
Ex i t i ng t he WAP Br ow ser
To exit t he browser at any t ime, simply press t he
key.
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Navi gat i ng t he WAP Br ow ser
Ent er i ng Tex t i n t he WAP Br ow ser
When you are prompt ed t o ent er t ext , t he current
t ext input mode is indicat ed on t he screen. To
change t he t ext input mode, press t he key one
or more t imes.
The following modes are available:
Upper - case Char act er mode (A) : allows you t o
ent er upper- case English charact ers.
Low er - case Char act er mode ( a) : allows you t o
ent er lower- case English charact ers.
Not e: You can also ent er special charact ers in Upper-
case or Lower- case Charact er mode. For det ails
about available charact ers, see page 47.
Number mode (1) : allows you t o ent er numbers.
To Pr ess t he
scroll t hrough and
select browser
it ems
Up or Down key unt il t he
symbol point s t o t he it em,
and t hen press t he Sel ect
soft key t o confirm t he
select ion.
select a numbered
it em
corresponding numeric key.
ret urn t o t he
previous page
Back soft key or t he C key.
ret urn t o t he
st art up homepage
key for more t han 2
seconds and select t he Home
opt ion. For furt her det ails
about t his opt ion, see
page 138.
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Sel ect i ng and Usi ng Br ow ser Menu Opt i ons
Various menu opt ions are available when you are
using t he WAP Browser t o navigat e t he Wireless
Web.
To access a menu opt ion:
1. Press and hold t he key.
A menu list displays.
2. Highlight a menu by pressing t he Up or Down
key.
3. Select an opt ion by pressing t he Sel ect soft key.
4. I f necessary, select a secondary opt ion using t he
Up or Down keys, and press t he Sel ect soft key
t o confirm.
Not e: The menus may vary, depending on your
version of t he WAP browser.
The following opt ions are available:
Back : ret urns t o t he previous web page.
Home: t akes you back at any t ime t o t he home
page of t he Wireless Web service provider.
Ex i t : let s you exit t he browser.
Rel oad: reloads t he current page.
Show URL: displays t he URL address of t he sit e
where you are current ly connect ed.
Advanced...: gives you access t he following
advanced feat ures:
Rest art Browser: rest art s t he browser wit hout
exit ing it .
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About ...: provides you wit h informat ion about
Openwave Browser and your version of t he web
browser.
Favor i t e ( Menu 9. 1. 2)
This menu allows you t o st ore t he URL addresses of
up t o t en of your favourit e web sit es. You can
access t his menu direct ly by pressing and holding
t he key while using t he WAP browser.
To st ore a URL address:
1. Select an empt y locat ion and press t he Sel ect
soft key.
2. Ent er t he address and press t he Ent er soft key.
For furt her det ails about how t o ent er
charact ers, see page 137.
3. Ent er a name for t he favourit e it em and press
t he OK soft key.
Aft er saving favourit e it ems, you can use t he
following opt ions by pressing t he Sel ect soft key:
Got o URL: t akes you t o t he sit e.
Edi t : allows you t o edit t he address.
Del et e: delet es t he address.
ht t p: / / ( Menu 9.1.3)
This menu allows you t o manually ent er t he URL
address of t he Web sit e t hat you wish t o access.
For furt her det ails about how t o ent er charact ers,
see page 43.
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Set t i ngs ( Menu 9. 1. 4)
This menu allows you t o set up five proxy servers
for t he WAP browser. Cont act your service provider
for det ails about your Set t ings opt ions.
For each server, t he following opt ions are available:
Pr of i l e Name: ent er a name t hat you wish t o
assign t o t he HTTP server.
Homepage URL: set t he address of your st art up
homepage. When t he default homepage displays,
you can delet e it using t he C key and ent er your
own choice.
Secur i t y: select a dat a t ransmission mode. Choose
Secur e t o prot ect your dat a against unaut horised
access; ot herwise, choose Non- Secur e.
Bear er : select a bearer t o be used for each t ype of
net work address accessed; GPRS or Dat a.
The remaining opt ions depend on t he Bearer
set t ing.
When t he bearer is set t o GPRS:
I P Addr ess: ent er t he WAP gat eway address
required t o connect t o t he I nt ernet .
User Name: ent er t he User I D required t o connect
t o t he GPRS net work.
Passw or d: ent er t he password required t o connect
t o t he GPRS net work.
APN: ent er t he access point name used for t he
address of t he GPRS net work gat eway.
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When t he bearer is set t o Dat a:
I P Addr ess: ent er t he WAP gat eway address
required t o connect t o t he I nt ernet .
Logi n Name: ent er t he PPP server login I D.
Passw or d: ent er t he PPP server password.
Di al - up Number : ent er t he PPP server phone
number.
Dat a Cal l Type: select a dat a call t ype; Anal ogue
or I SDN.
Not e: The WAP browser set t ings may vary, depending
on t he service provider. Cont act your service
provider for furt her det ails.
Cl ear Cache ( Menu 9.1.5)
You can clear t he informat ion st ored in t he cache,
t he phone’s t emporary memory which st ores t he
most recent ly accessed Web pages.
Press t he Yes soft key t o confirm t he delet ion.
Ot herwise, press t he No soft key.
Push Message ( Menu 9. 1. 6)
I n t his menu, you can receive and access web
messages from t he server. The following opt ions are
available:
I nbox : allows you t o read t he messages received
from t he web server.
Recei ve: allows you t o set whet her or not your
phone receives web messages.
Del et e Al l : allows you t o delet e all of t he web
messages.
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Games & Mor e ( Menu 9.2)
You can download MI Dlet s ( Java applicat ions
running on mobile phones) from various sources
using t he WAP Browser and st ore t hem in your
phone.
When you access t he Games & Mor e menu, t he list
of t he default games appears. Once you have
downloaded games, t hey are added t o t he list .
Not e: Downloading MI Dlet s may not be available
depending upon your service provider.
Launchi ng a MI Dl et
Not e: The procedure explained below are for t he
default games. For downloaded games, t he
procedure may be different .
1. Scroll t o t he MI Dlet you want on t he Games list
and press t he Launch soft key.
2. On t he st art up screen of t he MI Dlet , scroll t o an
opt ion using t he Navigat ion keys.
The following opt ions are available:
• START GAME: st art s a new game.
• CONTI NUE: allows you t o cont inue t he last
game you were playing.
• HI GH SCORE: shows t he high score t able.
This opt ion may not be available for some
games.
• HOW TO PLAY: shows how t o play t he game
and t he key funct ions for t he game.
• OPTI ON: allows you t o swit ch t he game
sound on or off.
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3. Press t he key t o confirm your select ion.
Vi ew i ng MI Dl et I nf or mat i on
1. Scroll t o t he MI Dlet you want and press t he I nf o
soft key.
The display shows informat ion about t he MI Dlet ,
such as t he file size, applicat ion version and it s
vendor.
2. To scroll t o ot her MI Dlet informat ion, press
t he Navigat ion keys.
3. I f you want t o delet e t he MI Dlet , press t he
Del et e soft key and t hen press t he Yes soft key
t o confirm t he delet ion.
Not e: When you select t he default games from
t he list , t he Del et e opt ion is not available,
so t hat you cannot delet e t hem.
4. To exit and ret urn t o t he Games screen, press
t he Back soft key or t he C key.
Whi l e you ar e pl ay i ng
a game, t o
Pr ess t he
adj ust t he sound volume Volume keys.
st op t he game and
ret urn t o t he st art up
screen
C key.
exit t he game key.
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Changi ng t he DNS Set t i ngs
The DNS ( Domain Name Server) is t he server t hat
assigns t he Java server domain name t o an I P
address. The DNS set t ing is preset at t he fact ory,
but somet imes you may need t o change it at your
service provider’s inst ruct ions.
1. Scroll t o Set t i ng on t he Games list and press
t he Sel ect soft key.
2. Ent er t he primary address using t he number
keypad and press t he OK soft key.
3. Ent er t he secondary address and press t he OK
soft key.
Ent er i ng Tex t
I f you need t o ent er t ext while using a MI Dlet , press
t he key or key. For furt her det ails about
ent ering t ext , see page 43.
Sounds ( Menu 9. 3)
I n t his menu, you can view t he list of sounds
downloaded from t he web server or received in
mult imedia messages. You can set t he downloaded
sounds as t he current ring t one or send t hem t o
ot her phones.
By pressing t he Opt i ons soft key, you can use t he
following opt ions:
Rename: allows you t o change t he name of t he
sound.
Del et e: delet es t he sound.
Set as Ri ng Tone: set s t he sound as your ring
t one.
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I mages ( Menu 9. 4)
I n t his menu, you can view t he list of phot os
downloaded from t he web server or received in
mult imedia messages. You can set t he downloaded
phot os as t he current background image or send
t hem t o ot her phones.
I f you set a phot o as your wallpaper, it displays as
Phot ox . j pg on t he list .
By pressing t he Opt i ons soft key, you can use t he
following opt ions:
Rename: allows you t o change t he name of t he
image.
Del et e: delet es t he image.
Set as Wal l paper : set s t he image as your
wallpaper for t he idle screen.
Del et e Al l ( Menu 9. 5)
This menu allows you t o delet e all of t he
downloaded cont ent s in t he Games & Mor e,
Sounds and I mages folders. You can delet e all of
t he cont ent s at one t ime.
To Pr ess t he
select a folder t o
clear
Up or Down key. To delet e
all of your it ems, select
Al l .
place a check mark Mar k soft key.
remove a check
mark
Unmar k soft key.
delet e t he marked
cont ent s
Del et e soft key.
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When a confirming message displays, press t he Yes
soft key t o confirm.
Memor y St at us ( Menu 9.6)
You can check t he amount of t he memory being
used and t he memory remaining for games or
sounds and images.
Games & Mor e: t he display shows t he t ot al, free
and used space and t he number of games
downloaded.
Sounds & I mages: t he display shows t he t ot al,
used and free space, including each space used by
sounds and images.
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Sol vi ng Pr obl ems
I f you are experiencing problems wit h your phone,
perform t he following simple checks, before
cont act ing a service professional. This may save
you t he t ime and expense of an unnecessary
service call.
When you sw i t ch your phone on, t he
f ol l ow i ng messages may appear :
I nser t SI M Car d
• Check t hat t he SI M card is correct ly inst alled.
Phone Lock ed Ent er Passw or d
• The aut omat ic locking funct ion has been enabled.
You must ent er t he phone’s password before you
can use t he phone.
Ent er PI N
• You are using your phone for t he first t ime. You
must ent er t he Personal I dent ificat ion Number
( PI N) supplied wit h t he SI M card.
• The PI N Check feat ure is enabled. Every t ime t he
phone is swit ched on, t he PI N has t o be ent ered.
To disable t his feat ure, use t he PI N Check menu
( Menu 6.6.1) .
Ent er PUK
• The PI N code was ent ered incorrect ly t hree t imes
in succession and t he phone is now blocked.
Ent er t he PUK supplied by your service provider.
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“ No Ser vi ce,” “ Net w or k Fai l ur e” or “ Not
Done” di spl ay s
• The net work connect ion was lost . You may be in a
weak signal area ( in a t unnel or surrounded by
buildings) . Move and t ry again.
• You are t rying t o access an opt ion for which you
have not t aken out a subscript ion wit h your
service provider. Cont act t he service provider for
furt her det ails.
You have ent er ed a number but i t w as
not di al l ed
• Have you pressed t he key?
• Are you accessing t he right cellular net work?
• You may have set an out going call barring opt ion.
Your cor r espondent cannot r each y ou
• I s your phone swit ched on ( t he key pressed
for more t han one second) ?
• Are you accessing t he right cellular net work?
• You may have set an incoming call barring opt ion.
Your cor r espondent cannot hear y ou
speak i ng
• Have you swit ched off t he microphone?
• Are you holding t he phone close enough t o your
mout h? The microphone is locat ed at t he bot t om
of t he phone.
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The phone st ar t s beepi ng and
“ * * War ni ng* * Low Bat t er y ” f l ashes on
t he di spl ay
• Your bat t ery is insufficient ly charged. Recharge
t he bat t ery.
The audi o qual i t y of t he cal l i s poor
• Check t he signal st rengt h indicat or on t he display
( ); t he number of bars indicat es t he signal
st rengt h from st rong ( ) t o weak ( ) .
• Try moving t he phone slight ly or moving closer t o
a window if you are in a building.
No number i s di al l ed w hen you r ecal l a
Phone Book ent r y
• Check t hat t he number has been st ored correct ly,
by using t he Phone Book Search feat ure.
• Re- st ore t he number, if necessary.
I f t he above guidelines do not help you t o solve
t he problem, t ake not e of:
• t he model and serial numbers of your phone
• your warrant y det ails
• a clear descript ion of t he problem
Then cont act your local dealer or Samsung aft er-
sales service.
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Access Codes
There are several access codes t hat are used by
your phone and it s SI M card. These codes help you
prot ect t he phone against unaut horised use.
When request ed for any of t he codes explained
below, ent er t he appropriat e code ( displayed as
ast erisks) and press t he OK soft key. I f you make a
mist ake, press t he C key one or more t imes unt il
t he incorrect digit is cleared and t hen cont inue
ent ering t he correct code.
The access codes, except for t he PUK and PUK2
codes, can be changed using t he Secur i t y menu
( Menu 6.6) . See page 112 for furt her det ails.
I mpor t ant ! Avoid using access codes resembling
emergency numbers, such as 112, so
t hat you do not accident ally dial an
emergency number.
Phone Passw or d
The Phone Lock feat ure uses t he phone password t o
prot ect your phone against unaut horised use. The
phone password is supplied wit h t he phone and is
preset t o “ 00000000” at t he fact ory.
To See
act ivat e/ deact ivat e t he
Phone Lock feat ure
page 113 (Menu 6.6. 3) .
change t he phone
password
page 113 (Menu 6.6. 4) .
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PI N
The Personal I dent ificat ion Number or PI N ( 4 t o
8 digit s) prot ect s your SI M card against
unaut horised use. I t is usually supplied wit h t he
SI M card.
I f you ent er an incorrect PI N t hree t imes in
succession, t he code is disabled and cannot be used
unt il you re- enable it by ent ering t he PUK (see
below) .
PUK
The 8-digit PUK ( PI N Unblocking Key) is required t o
change a disabled PI N. The PUK may be supplied
wit h t he SI M card. I f not , or you have lost it ,
cont act your service provider.
To re- enable your PI N:
1. Ent er t he PUK and press t he OK soft key.
2. Ent er a new PI N of your choice and press t he OK
soft key.
3. When t he Conf i r m New PI N message displays,
ent er t he same code again and press t he OK
soft key.
I f you ent er an incorrect PUK t en t imes in
succession, t he SI M card becomes invalid. Cont act
your service provider for a new card.
To See
act ivat e/ deact ivat e t he
PI N Check feat ure
page 112 ( Menu 6.6.1).
change t he PI N page 112 ( Menu 6.6.2).
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PI N2
The PI N2 ( 4 t o 8 digit s), supplied wit h some SI M
cards, is required t o access specific funct ions, such
as set t ing t he maximum cost of a call. These
funct ions are available if support ed by your SI M
card.
I f you ent er an incorrect PI N2 t hree t imes in
succession, t he code is disabled and you cannot
access t he funct ions unt il you re- enable it by
ent ering t he PUK2.
To change t he PI N2, see page 115 ( Menu 6.6.8) .
PUK2
The 8- digit PUK2 ( PI N Unblocking Key 2) , supplied
wit h some SI M cards, is required t o change a
disabled PI N2. I f you lose t he code, cont act your
service provider.
To re- enable your PI N2:
1. Ent er t he PUK2 and press t he OK soft key.
2. Ent er a new PI N2 of your choice and press t he
OK soft key.
3. When t he Conf i r m PI N2 message displays,
ent er t he same code again and press t he OK
soft key.
I f you ent er an incorrect PUK2 t en t imes in
succession, you will not be able t o access t he
funct ions requiring t he PI N2. Cont act your service
provider for a new card.
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Bar r i ng Passw or d
A 4-digit barring password is required when you use
t he Call Barring funct ion. You can obt ain t he
password from your service provider when you
subscribe t o t his funct ion.
You can change t his password in t he Cal l Bar r i ng
menu ( Menu 8.2) . See page 131 for furt her
det ails.
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Heal t h and Saf et y
I nf or mat i on
SAR Cer t i f i cat i on I nf or mat i on
This phone meet s European Union (EU)
requirement s concerning exposure t o radio waves.
Your mobile phone is a radio t ransmit t er and
receiver. I t is designed and manufact ured so as not
t o exceed t he limit s for exposure t o radio-frequency
( RF) energy, as recommended by t he EU Council.
These limit s are part of comprehensive guidelines
and est ablish permit t ed levels of RF energy for t he
general populat ion. The guidelines were developed
by independent scient ific organisat ions t hrough t he
periodic and t horough evaluat ion of scient ific
st udies. The limit s include a subst ant ial safet y
margin designed t o ensure t he safet y of all persons,
regardless of age and healt h.
The exposure st andard for mobile phones employs
a unit of measurement known as SAR ( Specific
Absorpt ion Rat e) . The SAR limit recommended by
t he EU Council is 2.0W/ Kg.
*
The highest SAR value for t his model phone was
0.897 W/ Kg.
* The SAR li mit for mobile phones used by t he public is 2. 0
wat t s/ kilogram ( W/ kg) averaged over t en grams of body
t issue. The limit incorporat es a subst ant ial margin of safet y t o
give addit ional prot ect ion for t he public and t o account for any
variat ions in measurement s. The SAR values may vary
depending on nat ional report ing requirement s and t he
net work band.
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SAR t est s are conduct ed using st andard operat ing
posit ions wit h t he phone t ransmit t ing at it s highest
cert ified power level in all t est ed frequency bands.
Alt hough t he SAR is det ermined at t he highest
cert ified power level, t he act ual SAR level of t he
phone while operat ing can be well below t he
maximum value. This is because t he phone is
designed t o operat e at mult iple power levels so as
t o use only t he power required t o reach t he
net work. I n general, t he closer you are t o a base
st at ion, t he lower t he power out put of t he phone.
Before a new model phone is available for sale t o
t he public, compliance wit h t he European R&TTE
Direct ive must be shown. This direct ive includes as
one of it s essent ial requirement s t he prot ect ion of
t he healt h and safet y of t he user and any ot her
person.
Pr ecaut i ons When Usi ng Bat t er i es
• Never use any charger or bat t ery t hat is damaged
in any way.
• Use t he bat t ery only for it s int ended purpose.
• I f you use t he phone near t he net work’s base
st at ion, it uses less power; t alk and st andby t ime
are great ly affect ed by t he signal st rengt h on t he
cellular net work and t he paramet ers set by t he
net work operat or.
• Bat t ery charging t ime depends on t he remaining
bat t ery charge, t he t ype of bat t ery and t he
charger used. The bat t ery can be charged and
discharged hundreds of t imes, but it will gradually
wear out . When t he operat ion t ime ( t alk t ime and
st andby t ime) is not iceably short er t han normal,
it is t ime t o buy a new bat t ery.
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• I f left unused, a fully charged bat t ery will
discharge it self over t ime.
• Use only Samsung-approved bat t eries and
recharge your bat t ery only wit h Samsung-
approved chargers. When a charger is not in use,
disconnect it from t he power source. Do not leave
t he bat t ery connect ed t o a charger for more t han
a week, since overcharging may short en it s life.
• Ext reme t emperat ures will affect t he charging
capacit y of your bat t ery: it may require cooling or
warming first .
• Do not leave t he bat t ery in hot or cold places,
such as in a car in summer or wint er condit ions,
as you will reduce t he capacit y and lifet ime of t he
bat t ery. Always t ry t o keep t he bat t ery at room
t emperat ure. A phone wit h a hot or cold bat t ery
may t emporarily not work, even when t he bat t ery
is fully charged. Li- ion bat t eries are part icularly
affect ed by t emperat ures below 0 °C ( 32 °F) .
• Do not short - circuit t he bat t ery. Accident al short -
circuit ing can occur when a met allic obj ect ( coin,
clip or pen) causes a direct connect ion bet ween
t he + and – t erminals of t he bat t ery ( met al st rips
on t he bat t ery), for example when you carry a
spare bat t ery in a pocket or bag. Short- circuit ing
t he t erminals may damage t he bat t ery or t he
obj ect causing t he short -circuit ing.
• Dispose of used bat t eries in accordance wit h local
regulat ions. Always recycle. Do not dispose of
bat t eries in a fire.
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Road Saf et y
Your wireless phone gives you t he powerful abilit y
t o communicat e by voice, almost anywhere,
anyt ime. But an import ant responsibilit y
accompanies t he benefit s of wireless phones, one
t hat every user must uphold.
When driving a car, driving is your first
responsibilit y. When using your wireless phone
behind t he wheel of a car, make sure t hat you are
following t he special regulat ions in a given area or
count ry.
Oper at i ng Env i r onment
Remember t o follow any special regulat ions in force
in any area and always swit ch your phone off
whenever it is forbidden t o use it , or when it may
cause int erference or danger.
When connect ing t he phone or any accessory t o
anot her device, read it s user’s guide for det ailed
safet y inst ruct ions. Do not connect incompat ible
product s.
As wit h ot her mobile radio t ransmit t ing equipment ,
users are advised t hat for t he sat isfact ory operat ion
of t he equipment and for t he safet y of personnel, it
is recommended t hat t he equipment should only be
used in t he normal operat ing posit ion ( held t o your
ear wit h t he ant enna point ing over your shoulder) .
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El ect r oni c Devi ces
Most modern elect ronic equipment is shielded from
radio frequency (RF) signals. However, cert ain
elect ronic equipment may not be shielded against
t he RF signals from your wireless phone. Consult
t he manufact urer t o discuss alt ernat ives.
Pacemak er s
Pacemaker manufact urers recommend t hat a
minimum dist ance of 15 cm ( 6 inches) be
maint ained bet ween a wireless phone and a
pacemaker t o avoid pot ent ial int erference wit h t he
pacemaker. These recommendat ions are consist ent
wit h t he independent research and
recommendat ions of Wireless Technology Research.
Persons wit h pacemakers:
• Should always keep t he phone more t han 15 cm
( 6 inches) from t heir pacemaker when t he phone
is swit ched on
• Should not carry t he phone in a breast pocket
• Should use t he ear opposit e t he pacemaker t o
minimise pot ent ial int erference
I f you have any reason t o suspect t hat int erference
is t aking place, swit ch your phone off immediat ely.
Hear i ng Ai ds
Some digit al wireless phones may int erfere wit h
some hearing aids. I n t he event of such
int erference, you may wish t o consult your hearing
aid manufact urer t o discuss alt ernat ives.
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Ot her Medi cal Devi ces
I f you use any ot her personal medical devices,
consult t he manufact urer of your device t o
det ermine if it is adequat ely shielded from ext ernal
RF energy. Your physician may be able t o assist you
in obt aining t his informat ion. Swit ch your phone off
in healt h care facilit ies when any regulat ions post ed
in t hese areas inst ruct you t o do so. Hospit als or
healt h care facilit ies may be using equipment t hat
could be sensit ive t o ext ernal RF energy.
Vehi cl es
RF signals may affect improperly inst alled or
inadequat ely shielded elect ronic syst ems in mot or
vehicles. Check wit h t he manufact urer or it s
represent at ive regarding your vehicle.
You should also consult t he manufact urer of any
equipment t hat has been added t o your vehicle.
Post ed Faci l i t i es
Swit ch your phone off in any facilit y where post ed
not ices require you t o do so.
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Pot ent i al l y Ex pl osi v e Envi r onment s
Swit ch your phone off when in any area wit h a
pot ent ially explosive at mosphere and obey all signs
and inst ruct ions. Sparks in such areas could cause
an explosion or fire result ing in bodily inj ury or even
deat h.
Users are advised t o swit ch t he phone off while at a
refuelling point ( service st at ion). Users are
reminded of t he need t o observe rest rict ions on t he
use of radio equipment in fuel depot s (fuel st orage
and dist ribut ion areas) , chemical plant s or where
blast ing operat ions are in progress.
Areas wit h a pot ent ially explosive at mosphere are
oft en but not always clearly marked. They include
t he areas below decks on boat s, chemical t ransfer
or st orage facilit ies, vehicles using liquefied
pet roleum gas, such as propane or but ane, areas
where t he air cont ains chemicals or part icles, such
as grain, dust or met al powders, and any ot her area
where you would normally be advised t o t urn off
your vehicle engine.
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161
Emer gency Cal l s
This phone, like any wireless phone, operat es using
radio signals, wireless and landline net works as well
as user- programmed funct ions, which cannot
guarant ee connect ion in all condit ions. Therefore,
you should never rely solely on any wireless phone
for essent ial communicat ions ( medical
emergencies, for example).
Remember, t o make or receive any calls t he phone
must be swit ched on and in a service area wit h
adequat e signal st rengt h. Emergency calls may not
be possible on all wireless phone net works or when
cert ain net work services and/ or phone feat ures are
in use. Check wit h local service providers.
To make an emergency call, proceed as follows.
1. I f t he phone is not on, swit ch it on.
2. Key in t he emergency number for your present
locat ion (for example, 112 or any ot her official
emergency number) . Emergency numbers vary
by locat ion.
3. Press t he key.
I f cert ain feat ures are in use ( call barring, for
example) , you may first need t o deact ivat e t hose
feat ures before you can make an emergency call.
Consult t his document and your local cellular
service provider.
When making an emergency call, remember t o give
all t he necessary informat ion as accurat ely as
possible. Remember t hat your phone may be t he
only means of communicat ion at t he scene of an
accident ; do not cut off t he call unt il given
permission t o do so.
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162
Ot her I mpor t ant Saf et y I nf or mat i on
• Only qualified personnel should service t he phone
or inst all t he phone in a vehicle. Fault y
inst allat ion or service may be dangerous and may
invalidat e any warrant y applicable t o t he device.
• Check regularly t hat all wireless phone equipment
in your vehicle is mount ed and operat ing
properly.
• Do not st ore or carry flammable liquids, gases or
explosive mat erials in t he same compart ment as
t he phone, it s part s or accessories.
• For vehicles equipped wit h an air bag, remember
t hat an air bag inflat es wit h great force. Do not
place obj ect s, including bot h inst alled or port able
wireless equipment in t he area over t he air bag or
in t he air bag deployment area. I f wireless
equipment is improperly inst alled and t he air bag
inflat es, serious inj ury could result .
• Swit ch your phone off before boarding an aircraft .
The use of wireless phones in an aircraft may be
dangerous t o t he operat ion of t he aircraft , and is
illegal.
• Failure t o observe t hese inst ruct ions may lead t o
t he suspension or denial of t elephone services t o
t he offender, or legal act ion, or bot h.
Heal t h and Saf et y I nf or mat i on
163
Car e and Mai nt enance
Your phone is a product of superior design and
craft smanship and should be t reat ed wit h care. The
suggest ions below will help you fulfill any warrant y
obligat ions and allow you t o enj oy t his product for
many years.
• Keep t he phone and all it s part s and accessories
out of t he reach of small children.
• Keep t he phone dry. Precipit at ion, humidit y and
liquids cont ain minerals t hat corrode elect ronic
circuit s.
• Do not use t he phone wit h a wet hand. Doing so
may cause an elect ric shock t o you or damage t o
t he phone.
• Do not use or st ore t he phone in dust y, dirt y
areas, as it s moving part s may be damaged.
• Do not st ore t he phone in hot areas. High
t emperat ures can short en t he life of elect ronic
devices, damage bat t eries, and warp or melt
cert ain plast ics.
• Do not st ore t he phone in cold areas. When t he
phone warms up t o it s normal operat ing
t emperat ure, moist ure can form inside t he
phone, which may damage t he phone’s elect ronic
circuit boards.
• Do not drop, knock or shake t he phone. Rough
handling can break int ernal circuit boards.
• Do not use harsh chemicals, cleaning solvent s or
st rong det ergent s t o clean t he phone. Wipe it
wit h a soft clot h slight ly dampened in a mild
soap- and-wat er solut ion.
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164
• Do not paint t he phone. Paint can clog t he
device’s moving part s and prevent proper
operat ion.
• Do not put t he phone in or on heat ing devices,
such as a microwave oven, a st ove or a radiat or.
The phone may explode when overheat ed.
• Use only t he supplied or an approved
replacement ant enna. Unaut horised ant ennas or
modified accessories may damage t he phone and
violat e regulat ions governing radio devices.
• I f t he phone, bat t ery, charger or any accessory is
not working properly, t ake it t o your nearest
qualified service facilit y. The personnel t here will
assist you, and if necessary, arrange for service.
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Gl ossar y
To help you underst and t he main t echnical t erms
and abbreviat ions used in t his booklet and t o t ake
full advant age of t he feat ures of your mobile phone,
here are a few definit ions:
Act i ve Fol der
Abilit y t o answer a call simply by opening t he
phone.
Cal l Bar r i ng
Abilit y t o rest rict out going and incoming calls.
Cal l Di ver t i ng
Abilit y t o rerout e calls t o anot her number.
Cal l Hol di ng
Abilit y t o put one call on st andby while answering or
making anot her call; you can t hen swit ch bet ween
t he t wo calls, as required.
Cal l Wai t i ng
I nforms you t hat you have an incoming call when
you are engaged on anot her call.
Cal l er Li ne I dent i f i cat i on Ser vi ces ( Cal l er I D)
Services allowing subscribers t o view or block t he
t elephone numbers of callers.
Dual Band
Abilit y t o operat e wit h bot h DCS ( 1800 Mhz) and
GSM ( 900 Mhz) net works. The phone aut omat ically
uses t he net work wit h t he st rongest signal and even
swit ches net work during a call wit hin t he same
operat or’s net work.
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166
EMS ( Enhanced Message Ser vi ce)
An adapt at ion of t he Short Message Service (SMS)
t hat allows you t o send and receive ring t ones and
t he service provider’s logo, as well as combinat ions
of simple media t o and from EMS- compliant
handset s. Because EMS is based on SMS, it can use
SMS cent res t he same way t hat SMS does. EMS
works on all Global Syst em for Mobile
communicat ions ( GSM) net works. EMS senders can
use t ext , melodies, pict ures, sounds, and
animat ions t o enhance t he expressive power of
messages t hat are limit ed by t he display const raint s
of mobile devices.
GPRS ( Gener al Pack et Radi o Ser vi ce)
New non-voice value-added service t hat allows
informat ion t o be sent and received across a mobile
t elephone net work. GPRS provides cont inuous
connect ion t o t he I nt ernet for mobile phone and
comput er users. I t is based on t he Global Syst em
for Mobile Communicat ion ( GSM) circuit- swit ched
cellular phone connect ions and t he Short Message
Service ( SMS) .
GSM ( Gl obal Syst em f or Mobi l e
Communi cat i on)
I nt ernat ional st andard for cellular communicat ion,
guarant eeing compat ibilit y bet ween t he various
net work operat ors. GSM covers most European
count ries and many ot her part s of t he world.
Gl ossar y
167
Java
Programming language generat ing applicat ions t hat
can run on all hardware plat forms, whet her small,
medium or large, wit hout modificat ion. I t has been
promot ed for and geared heavily t o t he Web, bot h
for public Web sit es and I nt ranet s. When a Java
program runs from a Web page, it is called a Java
applet . When it is run on a mobile phone or pager, it
is called a MI Dlet .
MMS ( Mul t i medi a Message Ser vi ce)
A message service for t he mobile environment ,
st andardized by t he WAP Forum and t he 3rd
Generat ion Part nership Program ( 3GPP) . For phone
users, MMS is similar t o Short Message Service
( SMS) - it provides aut omat ic, immediat e delivery of
user- creat ed cont ent from phone t o phone. The
message addressing used is primarily phone
numbers, t hus t he t raffic goes from phone t o
phone. MMS also provides support for e- mail
addressing, so t hat messages can be sent by e-
mail. I n addit ion t o t he t ext cont ent of SMS, MMS
messages can cont ain st ill images, video clips and
present at ion informat ion.
Mul t i - par t y Cal l i ng
Abilit y t o est ablish a conference call involving up t o
five addit ional part ies.
Phone Passw or d
Securit y code used t o unlock t he phone when you
have select ed t he opt ion t o lock it aut omat ically
each t ime it swit ches on.
Gl ossar y
168
PI N ( Per sonal I dent i f i cat i on Number )
Securit y code t hat prot ect s t he phone against
unaut horised use. The PI N is supplied by t he
service provider wit h t he SI M card. I t may be a four
t o eight- digit number and can be changed, as
required.
Pr ox y Ser ver
A proxy server resides bet ween a Web client , such
as a web browser, and a real Web server and act s
as an int ermediary bet ween t hem. When some
people browse a web sit e, t heir browser is not
act ually connect ing t o t he web server. The request
from t heir browser goes t o a proxy server, and t he
proxy server makes t he request t o t he web server.
A proxy server can improve performance for groups
of users because it caches t he result s of all request s
for a cert ain amount of t ime. I f a user request s a
web page t hat it already loaded for anot her user, it
reloads t he page inst ead of forwarding t he request
t o t he Web server, which can be a t ime-consuming
operat ion.
PUK ( PI N Unbl ock i ng Key )
Securit y code used t o unlock t he phone when an
incorrect PI N has been ent ered t hree t imes in
succession. The eight - digit number is supplied by
t he service provider wit h t he SI M card.
Roami ng
Use of your phone when you are out side your home
area ( when t ravelling for example) .
Gl ossar y
169
SDN ( Ser vi ce Di al l i ng Number s)
Telephone numbers supplied by your net work
provider and giving access t o special services, such
as voice mail, direct ory inquiries, cust omer support
and emergency services.
SI M ( Subscr i ber I dent i f i cat i on Modul e)
Card cont aining a chip wit h all t he informat ion
required t o operat e t he phone (net work and
memory informat ion, as well as t he subscriber’s
personal dat a) . The SI M card fit s int o a small slot
on t he back of t he phone and is prot ect ed by t he
bat t ery.
SMS ( Shor t Message Ser vi ce)
Net work service sending and receiving messages t o
and from anot her subscriber wit hout having t o
speak t o t he correspondent . The message creat ed
or received can be displayed, received, edit ed or
sent .
Sof t Key s
Two keys marked and on t he phone, t he
purpose of which:
• varies according t o t he funct ion t hat you are
current ly using.
• is indicat ed on t he bot t om line of t he display j ust
above t he corresponding key.
Voi ce Mai l
Comput erised answering service t hat aut omat ically
answers your calls when you are not available,
plays a greet ing ( opt ionally in your own voice) and
records a message.
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I ndex
A
Access codes • 150
Act ive folder • 116
Alarm • 118
Aler t t ype • 104
Alphabet mode, t ext input •
47
Answer ing
call • 25
second call • 53
Anykey answer • 116
Aut o folder
on/ of f • 117
t one • 105
Aut o redial • 116
B
Backgr ound image • 108
Backlight
descr ipt ion • 15
t ime, set • 109
Bar ring, calls • 130
Bat t ery
char ging • 19
inst alling • 18
low i ndicat or • 20
pr ecaut ions • 155
r emoving • 17
Broadcast messages • 74
Browser , WAP • 136
C
Calculat or • 123
Calendar memos
copying • 122
del et ing • 122
viewing • 121
wr it ing • 120
Call back, message • 65
Call cost • 93
Call r ecords
di alled • 90
missed • 26, 89
r ecei ved • 90
Call t ime • 92
Caller gr oups
edi t i ng • 38
sear ching • 37
Caller I D • 134
Calls
answer ing • 25
barr ing • 130
di ver t ing • 128
endi ng • 23
holding • 49
making • 22
r edial ling • 23
r ej ect ing • 25
wait i ng • 53, 132
Camer a
pl aying vi deos • 101
r ecor ding video • 100
t aking phot o • 94
viewing phot o • 101
CB ( Cell Broadcast ) messages
• 74
Char act er s, ent er • 43
Char ging bat t er y • 19
Closed User Group ( CUG) •
134
Confer ence call • 53
Connect t one • 106
D
Dat e, set • 122
Delet ing
calendar memo • 122
call r ecord • 89
mult imedia message •
78, 80
phonebook • 35
t ask • 126
t ext message • 65, 66
video • 101
Delivery report s, message •
71
Dialled calls • 90
I ndex
171
Display
backli ght • 15
ext er nal • 16
icons • 14
layout • 13
set t i ngs • 108
Divert ing, calls • 128
DNS set t ings • 144
DTMF t ones, send • 51
E
Earpiece volume • 24
Emer gency calls • 161
EMS ( Enhanced Message
Ser vice) • 64
Err or t one • 106
Ext ernal display • 16, 109
F
FDN ( Fixed Dial Number)
mode • 115
Forwarding, mult imedia
message • 78
Front LCD • 16, 109
Funbox • 136
G
Games • 142
Graphic logo • 110
Greet ing message • 110
H
Healt h and safet y • 154
Holding, call • 49
I
I cons, descript ion • 14
I mages, downloaded • 145
I nbox, messages
mult imedia • 76
t ext • 64
I nfrar ed, connect • 107
I nt ernat ional calls • 22
I nt ernet • 136
J
Java service • 142
K
Key volume • 24
Keypad t ones
select ing • 104
sending • 51
Keys
descr ipt ion • 11
locat ion • 10
L
Language, select • 111
Last number , redial • 23
Locking
media cont ent s • 114
phone • 112
SI M car d • 114
Low bat t ery indicat or • 20
M
Memor y st at us
camer a • 102
downloaded it ems •
146
mult imedia messages
• 86
phonebook • 41
t ext messages • 72
Menu st yle • 109
Menus
accessing • 56
list • 58
Message t one • 104
Messages
cell br oadcast • 74
gr eet ing • 110
mult imedia • 76
t ext • 64
voi ce • 73
MI Dlet s, launch • 142
Minut e minder • 106
Missed calls • 26, 89
I ndex
172
MMS ( Mult imedia Message
Ser vice) • 76
Morning call • 118
Mult imedia messages
creat i ng/ sendi ng • 81
del et ing • 78, 80
edi t i ng • 80
r eading • 76, 79
set t i ng • 82
Mult i- part y calls • 53
Mut ing
all sounds • 28
key t ones • 51
microphone • 50
N
Names
ent eri ng • 43
sear chi ng/ dialli ng • 36
Net work select ion • 133
Net work services • 128
Number s, phone
sear chi ng/ dialli ng • 36
st or ing • 31
O
On/ off swit ch, phone • 21
Or ganiser • 118
Out box, messages
mult imedia • 79
t ext • 66
Own number • 111
P
Passwor d
call bar r ing • 131, 153
phone • 113, 150
Phone
car e and maint enance
• 163
di splay • 13
icons • 14
keys • 11
layout • 10
locking • 112
passwor d • 150
reset t ing • 117
swit ching on/ of f • 21
unpacking • 9
Phonebook
copying • 35
del et i ng • 35, 40
edi t i ng • 34
opt ions • 34
sear ching/ dialli ng • 36
speed- dialling • 39
st or ing • 31
Phot os
t aking • 94
viewing • 101
PI N
changing • 112
descr ipt ion • 151
PI N2
changing • 115
descr ipt ion • 152
Power on/ off
t one • 106
Privacy • 114
Problems, solve • 147
PUK • 151
PUK2 • 152
R
Received calls • 90
Received messages
mult imedia • 76
t ext • 64
Recording
videos • 100
Redialling
aut omat ically • 116
manual ly • 23
Reset t ing phone • 117
Ring t one • 103
Ring t ype • 104
Ring volume • 103
Road safet y • 157
Roaming • 133
I ndex
173
S
Safet y
inf or mat ion • 154
pr ecaut ions • 7
Scheduler • 120
SDN ( Service Dialling
Number s) • 42
Searching, phonebook • 36
Secur it y, calls • 112
Sent messages
mult imedia • 79
t ext • 66
Service light • 16, 110
Short cut , keys • 117
Silent mode • 28
SI M car d
inst alling • 17
locking • 114
SMS ( Shor t Message Ser vice)
I nbox • 64
Out box • 66
Soft keys • 29
Sound set t ings • 103
Sounds, downloaded • 144
Speed- dial • 39
Swit ching on/ off
microphone • 50
phone • 21
T
T9 mode, t ext input • 45
Take 100
Tasks, t o do list
creat i ng • 124
edi t i ng • 125
Templat es
mult imedia • 85
t ext • 70
Text input mode • 44
Text message
creat i ng/ sendi ng • 67
del et ing • 65, 66
r eading • 64, 66
set t i ng • 70
Text , ent er • 43
Time format • 123
Time, set • 122
To do list • 124
Tone
aut o f older • 105
connect • 106
er ror • 106
keypad • 104
message • 104
minut e minder • 106
power on/ off • 106
r ing • 103
Tr avel adapt er • 19
U
User gr oup • 134
V
Vibrat ion • 104
Video
pl aying • 101
Voice mail • 73
Voicemail server • 73
Volume, adj ust
ear piece • 24
keypad t one • 24
r ing • 103
W
Wait ing call • 53, 132
Wallpaper • 108
WAP br owser
cache, clear • 141
f avor it es • 139
home, access • 136
World t ime • 123
Writ ing messages
mult imedia • 81
t ext • 67
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Decl ar at i on of Conf or mi t y ( R&TTE)
For t he f ol l ow i ng pr oduct :
GSM900/ GSM1800 Dualband Digi t al Port able
Cel lular Tel ephone
( Product Name)
SGH- P510
( Model Number)
Manuf act ur ed at :
Samsung Elect r onics, 94- 1 I msu- Dong, Gumi Cit y, Kyung Buk, Kor ea, 730- 350
( fact ory name, address
*
)
t o whi ch t hi s decl ar at i on r el at es, i s i n conf or mi t y w i t h t he f ol l ow i ng
st andar ds and/ or ot her nor mat i ve document s.
Saf et y : EN 60950: 2000
EMC : EN 301 489- 01 v1.4.1
EN 301 489-07 v1.2.1
SAR : EN 50360 ( 07- 2001)
EN 50361 ( 07- 2001)
Net wor k : EN 301 511 V9.0.2
We her eby decl ar e t he [ al l essent i al r adi o t est sui t es have been car r i ed out
and t hat ] t he above named pr oduct i s i n conf or mi t y t o al l t he essent i al
r equi r ement s of Di r ect i ve 1999/ 5/ EC.
The conf or mi t y assessment pr ocedur e r ef er r ed t o i n Ar t i cl e 10 and det ai l ed i n
Annex[ I V] of Di r ect i ve 1999/ 5/ EC has been f ol l owed w i t h t he i nvol vement of
t he f ol l owi ng Not i f i ed Body( i es) :
BABT, Cl ar emont House, 34 Mol esey Road, Wal t on-on-Thames, KT12 4RQ, UK
I dent i f i cat i on mar k: 168
The t echni cal document at i on k ept at :
Samsung Elect r oni cs Euro QA Lab.
w hi ch w i l l be made avai l abl e upon r equest .
( Repr esent at i ve i n t he EU)
Samsung Elect r oni cs Eur o QA Lab.
Bl ackbushe Busi ness Park, Saxony Way,
Yat eley, Hampshir e, GU46 6GG, UK
2003. 09. 25 I n- Seop Lee / S. Manager
( place and dat e of issue) ( name and signat ure of aut horised person)
* This is not t he address of t he Samsung Service Cent re. For t he address or t he phone
number of t he Samsung Service Cent re, see t he warrant y card or cont act t he ret ailer
where you purchased your phone.

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