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EF81

Issued by
BenQ Mobile GmbH & Co. OHG
Haidenauplatz 1
D-81667 Munich

BenQ Mobile GmbH & Co. OHG 2005


All rights reserved. Subject to availability.
Rights of modification reserved.
Manufactured by BenQ Mobile GmbH & Co. OHG
under trademark license of Siemens AG

www.BenQ-Siemens.com/ef81

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Table of Contents 1

of Safety precautions ..................... 3 Navigation key ....................... 21


nts
Phone overview ......................... 6 Outer softkeys ....................... 22
Clamshell closed ...................... 6 Menu control ......................... 22
Clamshell open ........................ 7 Standard functions ................. 22
Opening/closing the Security .................................... 25
clamshell ................................. 9 PIN codes ............................... 25
Display symbols ....................... 11 Connecting to
Getting started ......................... 13 Windows PCs ........................ 27
Inserting the SIMcard/ Text entry ................................. 28
Micro SD card ......................... 13 Calling ...................................... 32
so index
end of Inserting the battery .............. 14 Video calls .............................. 32
er Removing the battery ............. 15 Setting the volume ................. 33
Charging the battery .............. 15 Accepting a call ...................... 34
Operating time and Rejecting a call ....................... 34
temperature .......................... 16 Conference ............................ 36
Switching phone on/off, Tone sequences (DTMF) ......... 39
entering PIN ............................. 17 Contacts .................................... 40
Switching the phone on ......... 17 Voice-activated dialling ........... 46
Switching the phone off ......... 17 Call records ............................... 49
Offline mode ......................... 18 Call log lists ............................ 49
Emergency number (SOS) ....... 18 Duration/charges .................... 50
General instructions ................ 19 Camera ..................................... 52
Standby mode ....................... 19 Create message ........................ 57
Signal strength ...................... 19 SMS/MMS ............................... 57
Connectivity .......................... 20 E-mail .................................... 60
Digital Rights Mgmt. (DRM) ..... 20 Inbox ........................................ 62
User guide ............................. 20 Message lists ............................ 69
Main menu ............................ 21
Drafts ..................................... 69
Tabs ...................................... 21
Sent messages ....................... 69

See also index at the end of this User Guide

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2 Table of Contents

of Message settings ..................... 70 Media player ........................... 106


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SMS settings .......................... 70 My stuff .................................. 110
MMS settings ......................... 72 Settings .................................. 113
E-mail settings ....................... 74 Profiles ................................. 113
CB settings ............................. 77 Ringtones ............................. 114
Inst. message settings ............ 78 Themes ................................ 115
Instant messaging ................... 79 Display ................................. 116
Starting/viewing/ending Vibration (silent alert) ........... 117
conversations ........................ 81 Connectivity ......................... 118
Receiving conversations ......... 84 Shortcuts ............................. 122
so index
end of Voice mail ................................ 88 Call setup ............................. 123
er Settings ................................. 88 Phone .................................. 126
Internet .................................... 89 Clock .................................... 129
Enter URL ............................... 89 Security ................................ 131
Bookmarks list ........................ 89 Network ............................... 133
History ................................... 89 Accessories .......................... 135
Browser settings .................... 89 Mobile Phone Manager .......... 136
Games ...................................... 95 Questions & Answers ............. 138
Organiser ................................. 96 Customer Care ........................ 142
Calendar ................................ 96 Care and maintenance ........... 144
Dictat. machine ...................... 99 Product data ........................... 145
Time zones ............................ 99 SAR ......................................... 146
Remote sync .......................... 99
Accessories ............................. 147
Extras ..................................... 101
Guarantee certificate (UK) ...... 149
My menu ............................. 101
Guarantee certificate (IRL) ...... 149
SIM toolkit (optional) ........... 101
Alarm clock .......................... 102 License Agreement ................. 151
Calculator ............................ 103 Menu tree ............................... 154
Unit converter ...................... 103 Index ....................................... 160
Sound recorder .................... 104
Stopwatch ........................... 105

See also index at the end of this User Guide

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Safety precautions 3

Safety precautions
Information for parents
Please read the operating instructions and safety precautions carefully before use.
Explain the content to your children and the hazards associated with using the phone.

Remember to comply with le- Small parts such as the SIM


gal requirements and local re- card, sealing stop, lens ring
strictions when using the and lens cap as well as the
phone. For example, in aero- Micro SD Card can be disman-
planes, petrol stations, hospi- tled and swallowed by small
tals or while driving. children. The phone must
therefore be stored out of the
Mobile phones can interfere reach of small children.
with the functioning of medical
devices such as hearing aids Permanent hearing loss may
or pacemakers. Keep at least occur if you use ear- or head-
20cm/9 inches between phone phones at high volume.You
and pacemaker. When using can adapt over time to a higher
the mobile phone hold it to the volume, which may sound nor-
ear which is further away from mal but can be damaging to
the pacemaker. For more infor- your hearing. Set your volume
mation consult your doctor. to a safe level. If you experi-
ence ringing in your ears, re-
Tones, music and handsfree duce the volume or discontinue
talking are reproduced through use of your system.
the loudspeaker. Do not hold
the phone to your ear when The mains voltage specified on
it rings or when you have the power supply unit (V) must
switched on the handsfree not be exceeded. Otherwise
function. Otherwise you risk the charging device may be
serious permanent damage destroyed.
to your hearing. The power supply must be
Only use original batteries plugged into an easily accessi-
(100% mercury-free) and ble AC mains power socket
-charging devices. Otherwise when charging the battery. The
you risk serious damage to only way to turn off the charg-
health and property. The ing device after charging the
battery could explode, for battery is to unplug it.
instance.

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4 Safety precautions

You may only open the phone The phone may cause interfer-
to replace the battery (100 % ence in the vicinity of TV sets,
mercury-free), SIM and Micro radios and PCs.
SD Card. You must not open
the battery under any circum- Do not place the phone near to
stances. All other changes to electromagnetic data carriers
this device are strictly prohibit- such as credit cards and floppy
ed and will invalidate the disks. Information stored on
guarantee. them could be lost.
All electrical and electronic Use only original accessories.
products should be disposed of This will avoid potential risks to
separately from the municipal health or property and ensure
waste stream via designated compliance with all relevant
collection facilities appointed regulations.
by the government or the local
authorities. Improper use will invalidate the guarantee!
This crossed-out wheeled bin These safety instructions also apply to
symbol on the product means original accessories.
the product is covered by the
European Directive As mobile devices offer a range of func-
2002/96/EC. tions, they can be used in positions other
than the head, such as on the body. In this
The correct disposal and sepa- case, separation distance of 1.0 cm is
rate collection of your old appli- required.
ance will help prevent potential
negative consequences for the
environment and human
health. It is a precondition for
reuse and recycling of used
electrical and electronic
equipment.
For more detailed information
about disposal of your old ap-
pliance, please contact your
city office, waste disposal serv-
ice or the shop where you pur-
chased the product.

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Safety precautions 5

Bluetooth Before using Bluetooth accessories, or a


mobile phone inside a vehicle, check the ve-
Your phone has a Bluetooth interface. This hicle user guide for any limitations on the use
makes it possible to establish a wireless of these products.
connection of your phone with a headset
of a car kit, or with other Bluetooth-enabled
devices.
In order to establish a secure link between
the devices and to prevent a third party from
having access to your phone, you should
observe the following points:
The initial connection between two devic-
es, what is called "pairing", should take
place in familiar surroundings.
Both devices must be able to identify
themselves one time by using a pass-
word/PIN. To ensure sufficient security,
you should choose a 16-digit number com-
bination for a password that would be diffi-
cult to guess (if a PIN has not been
assigned).
An automatic connection acceptance
("connection without confirmation") should
only be used in exceptional cases.
In general, only trustworthy devices should
be linked in order to minimize security
risks.
You should restrict the "visibility" of your
phone if possible. This will make it much
more difficult for unknown devices to
establish a connection with your phone.
To do this, deactivate visibility in the
Bluetooth menu (page 118).
The name of your phone is transmitted in a
Bluetooth connection. The factory default
is the "Bluetooth ID". The first time Blue-
tooth is activated, or later in the Bluetooth
menu, you can change this name
(Bluetooth name, page 119).
If Bluetooth is not needed, this function
should be deactivated.

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6 Phone overview

Phone overview
Clamshell closed
1 Outer display
2 - 4 Outer softkeys
The current functions of these keys are
shown in the bottom line of the outer
display as symbols.
Use functions while clamshell is Z W
closed. The outer softkeys have no Operator
function if the clamshell is open. 12:04
In standby mode: ; < :
2 Start the selected application.

3 Press and hold: Lock/unlock


outer softkeys.
4 / Scroll to select available
application ;/ < /:
(page 9).
Incoming call:
2 Accept call in handsfree mode
(not for video call).
3 Reject call.
4 Switch off ringtone for this call.
During a call:
2 / Switch on/off microphone
(mute).
3 End call.
4 -/ + Control volume.
5 Loudspeaker
6 Camera lens

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Phone overview 7

Clamshell open
1 Earpiece
2 Main display
3 Camera lens
4 A Call key
Dial the number/name displayed/high- Z W
lighted, take calls. Open the call log lists 01.12.2005 10:10
in standby mode.
Service provider
5 B On/Off/End key
Switched off:
Press and hold to switch on.
In standby mode:
Press and hold to switch off. Contacts Music

Press briefly to open the switch off


menu (page 17).
During a conversation or in an appli-
cation: Press briefly to finish.
In menus: Press and hold to go back
to standby mode.
6 j Video call key
Press to open the video mode.
7 k Internet key
Open the browser if not predefined.
8 i Task key
Press briefly: Open task switcher.
Press and hold: Open the main menu.
9 l Clear key
Text input: Clear characters one by one
in text input mode. Press and hold to
delete text quickly.
Lists/Input fields: Delete highlighted
item(s).

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8 Phone overview

1 Softkeys 5 # Key lock


The current functions of these keys are In standby mode: Press and hold to
shown in the bottom line of the main switch key lock on/off. Only emergency
display as Text/symbol. numbers can be dialled.
While dialling: Enter wildcard "?".
2 C Navi key
6 Connection socket
Press the navi key to select an For charger, headset etc.
option/list item or to start an
application/function.
In standby mode, press to open the
main menu.
3 Navi ring
In standby mode:
G Press briefly: Open the user
profiles. Contacts Music

Press and hold: Start voice


dialling.
H Open the Contacts.
E Open the Inbox.
D Start the Media player.
In lists, messages and menus:
I Scroll up and down.
During audio playback:
I Control volume.
F Switch to previous/next track.
4 * Ringtone
Press and hold in standby mode:
Switch all audible signals on/off (ex-
cept alarm). Vibration is activated
automatically.
Press and hold while an incoming call
is signalled: Switch off ringtone for
this call only.

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Phone overview 9

Opening/closing the Incoming call: You accept the call.


You can change this setting to manually
clamshell accept the call after the clamshell is
opened (page 125).
Clamshell closed Open applications remain open.
In standby mode you can start one of the Open requests and notifications, e.g. in
following applications: dialogs, are accepted.
Clamshell positions
; Start the camera in picture mode
(page 52). When opening the clamshell you can en-
gage it in two different positions:
< Start the camera in video mode. Position 1:
: Open the music tab of the Media
Player (page 106) and start audio This is the ideal position for video calls or for
self-timing in camera mode. Placed on a
playback. desk you can comfortably have a conversa-
Camera active: You can take pictures/ tion with the person shown in the display or
record videos. take a photo in self-timing mode.
Media player active: You can select tracks Position 2:
and control playback.
Task switching: You can control only one This is the normal position when holding the
application at the same time. phone to your ear.
Incoming call: You can accept the call in
handsfree mode using the outer softkeys
(not for video calls).
Voice dialling: If a headset is plugged into
the phone you can activate voice dialling
by pressing the activation key on the
headset.

Opening the clamshell


If you open the clamshell a logo is displayed
on the outer display. The outer softkeys are
deactivated.
Opening the clamshell has different effects
depending on the current situation:
In standby mode: The key lock is released
automatically. The opening melody is
played if activated. Press any key to end
playback.

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10 Phone overview

Closing the clamshell


Closing the clamshell has different effects
depending on the current situation:
In standby mode: The closing melody
is played if activated. Press any outer
softkey to end playback.
During calls: All active/held calls are
ended.
If you talk in handsfree mode (page 35),
a request is displayed on the outer display
whether or not you want to continue the
active call.
Camera active: If the camera is in the fore-
ground, the camera remains open in the
selected mode.
Media Player active: If the music tab is se-
lected or during audio playback, the appli-
cation remains open, even if used in the
background.
Data connections: Ongoing data transfer
(e.g. sending/receiving SMS/MMS or re-
trieving e-mail, data download, synchroni-
sation) and open Bluetooth or server
connections (logged into server for Instant
messaging) are not affected by closing the
clamshell.
All other active applications are closed.
Unsaved data is saved automatically.
Open requests and notifications, e.g. in
dialogs, are rejected.

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Display symbols 11

Display symbols
Menu (only outer display) Display symbols (selection)
; Camera in picture mode Z Signal strength
< Camera in video mode Y Charging
: Media player(audio playback) W Battery charge level, e.g. 50%
Main menu (only main display) All calls are diverted
L Contacts Ringtone off
P Call records Alarm set
O Internet Keypad locked
R Camera Auto answer feature on
M Messages Bluetooth activated
Q Organiser Bluetooth visible for others
Games Bluetooth during data transfer
Media player Call accepted at Bluetooth
device
Video telephony
S Extras
Inst. Message login
Events (selection)
N My stuff (file management)
SMS memory full
T Settings
} Missed calls
Phone memory full

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12 Display symbols

Message symbols (selection) Camera symbols (outer display)


p Unread Open brightness settings
q Read Open zoom settings
r Draft
s Sent
t MMS not sent
w MMS received
x MMS read

y MMS with DRM contents


(page 20)
z E-mail forwarded
{ E-mail with attachment
Voice mail received

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Getting started 13

Getting started
Your phone's displays are covered You can access the list of folders and
with a protective film. Remove this files in the My stuff menu (page 110).
film slowly before using the phone. If you assign a file from the Micro SD
In rare cases, static discharge may Card to a function in the phone such
cause discolouration at the edges of as a ringtone, the file is copied to the
the display. However, this will disap- phone memory.
pear within approx. 10 minutes. New Micro SD Card
Create a backup copy of the data on the
Inserting the SIMcard/ old Micro SD Card on a PC.
Format the new Micro SD Card.
Micro SD card Copy the data from the PC onto the new
The service provider supplies you Micro SD Card.
with a SIM card on which all the im-
portant data for your line is stored. If
the SIM card has been delivered in
credit-card size, snap the smaller
segment out and remove any rough
edges.
Attention
Insert the SIM card before inserting the Place the SIM card in front of the
Micro SD Card.When the Micro SD Card is slot with the contact surface fac-
wrongly inserted into the SIM card slot, it ing downwards 1. Ensure that the
cannot be removed!
chamfered corner is in the correct
The Micro SD Card gives your phone position.
a very large memory capacity. This Place the Micro SD Card in front of
allows you to save picture/video files the slot 2.
and sound recordings, for example.
However, you can also use this Micro
SD Card like a floppy disk to save any
other files.

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14 Getting started

Use the battery cover as illustrated


to press the SIM card slightly into
Inserting the battery
the slot.

Insert the battery into the


phone 3, then press it
Use the battery cover as illustrated downwards 4 until it engages.
to press the Micro SD Card slightly
into the slot.
To remove one of the cards use
the corner of the battery cover to
release or push in the SIM card
and the Micro SD Card. Otherwise
you risk damaging the SIM card re-
lease mechanism. The card is To close the cover place the cover
ejected. in position, so that the check
marks get caught in the cut-
Please observe the manufacturer's operat- outs 5. Then press it downwards,
ing instructions that come with the Micro until it clicks into place 6.
SD Card.

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Getting started 15

Removing the battery Charging the battery


Attention The battery is not fully charged
when delivered. Plug the charger
Please switch off your phone before
removing the battery! cable into the bottom of the phone,
plug the power supply unit into a
To open the cover, push the cover mains power socket and charge for
open and lift it up. at least two hours.
Only use the plug-in power supply
included in delivery!
As an alternative, the battery can
be charged via the USB port
(Accessories, page 135).

To remove the battery, press


against the battery in the direction
indicated 7 and lift the battery
up 8 and out.

Y Display during charging.

Charging time
An empty battery is fully charged af-
ter about 2 hours. Charging is only
possible within a temperature range
of +5 C to +45 C. If the tempera-
ture rises/falls 5 C above/below this,
the charge symbol flashes a warn-
ing. The mains voltage specified on
the power supply unit must not be
exceeded.

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16 Getting started

The charge level of the battery is Charge icon not visible


only displayed correctly after an un-
If the battery has been discharged
interrupted charging/discharging
fully, the charge icon is not immedi-
cycle. You should therfore not remove
ately visible when the power supply
the battery unnecessarily and where
is plugged in. It will appear after up
possible not end the charging process
to two hours. In this case the battery
prematurely.
is fully charged after 3 to 4 hours.
The power supply unit heats up when used
for long periods. This is normal and not Display while in service
dangerous. Charge level display during opera-
If the battery is removed for longer than tion (emptyfull):
30 seconds, the clock must be reset.
VWX
Battery low warning
Operating time and When the battery is almost empty
temperature you are warned twice. The first
The operating time depends on the warning appears when the battery
operating conditions. Extreme tem- has 10 minutes of power remaining.
peratures considerably reduce the The second warning appears when
phones standby time. Avoid placing the battery has 1 minute of power
the phone in the sun or on a heater. remaining.
The phone may heat up during data transfer OK Press to confirm warning.
or when using UMTS. This is normal and not Powering off
dangerous.
If the battery is completely empty,
Talktime: the phone switches off automatically.
UMTS: up to 210 minutes
If the phone powered down because of
GSM: up to 270 minutes low battery, it will power on again automat-
ically when charged.
Standby time:
UMTS: up to 250 hours
GSM: up to 300 hours

The talktime and standby time depend on


the network environment. For more exam-
ples of functions that reduce the standby
time, e.g. animated screensaver, fast
search, see page 138.

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Switching phone on/off, entering PIN 17

Switching phone on/off, entering PIN


Switching the phone on OK Confirm. Logging on to
the network will take a
Open the clamshell. few seconds.
B Press and hold On/Off/End You can change the PIN (page 26).
key to switch phone on. To clear SIM card barrings, see
Enter PIN or confirm request page 26.
(page 27).
Your greeting message is displayed if Switching the phone off
activated (page 117).
B Press and hold
The phone switches on On/Off/End key.
automatically when:
Or
You charge the phone via USB or
B Press briefly and select one
an alert or calendar event appears. of the following options.
If you do not respond, the phone
switches off again. If you respond Switch off Switch phone off. Phone
to the alert, the PIN is required. switches on automatically
if alarm or calendar event
Yes Press to activate. occurs.
Or Offline mode Phone is not switched off,
Offline Press to start in offline but has no connectivity
mode (page 18). (see page 18).

If you close the clamshell before entering The shutdown is interrupted, if:
the PIN, the phone is switched off again. some files occur to be not saved or
the phone is receiving an MMS.
Entering the PIN A warning message is displayed. Press
Yes to continue shutdown. Files are not
The SIM card can be protected with saved. Message is received when phone
a 4 to 8-digit PIN. is switched on again.
J Enter PIN using number
keys. Asterisks appear to
ensure nobody can read
your PIN on the display.
Correct with l.

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18 Switching phone on/off, entering PIN

Offline mode Switching on your phone


In offline mode you can operate for the first time
many phone functions, but you are When you switch on the phone for
not connected to any network (you the first time or after the battery has
are not available for incoming calls been removed, you are prompted to
and you cannot initiate a call). set the time/date.
This is the mode to be used in
aircrafts. C Select if you want to
enter time/date.
Switching between offline and
online mode: Time zones
Open the clamshell. F Select the desired setting
Press briefly and select and change time zone in
B Offline mode/Online mode. world map.
C Confirm request. I Select a city in the
selected time zone.
Emergency number Options Open menu and select Set
time zone to save.
(SOS)
Only to be used in real emergencies! Time/Date
Open the clamshell to use the Set the clock and date so that it dis-
keypad. plays the correct time. You will not
have to make this setting again.
By pressing the softkey SOS you can
make an emergency call on any net- J First enter date
work without a SIM card and without (day/month/year), then
entering a PIN (not available in all time (24 hours).
countries). C Press to update time
and date.
If the clamshell is open and key lock is ac-
tive (page 8), only emergency numbers Further options and settings on
can be dialled. page 129.

You can activate Auto time mode


(page 130) to display local time by network
if the network supports this function.

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General instructions 19

General instructions
Standby mode Alert region
In the alert region the following
The phone is in standby mode and
message types can be displayed:
is ready for use when the name of
the service provider appears on the New entries in missed calls list,
display. voice mail or inbox.
Clamshell closed New content via Bluetooth.
Missed calendar events.
Press to end call/function.
The number of new entries is
Clamshell open displayed (e.g. 1 Missed call).
Press and hold the
B On/Off/End key to return Signal strength
to standby mode from
any situation. Z Strong signal.
The following information might be [ A weak signal reduces the
displayed on either display: call quality and may lead
to loss of the connection.
Logo Change your location.
If the logo or wallpaper is enabled If the phone cannot obtain network
(page 116) the logo is displayed. service after 15 minutes the power
Clock save mode is used. The phone only
The current time is displayed. attempts to acquire service in
intervals.
CB messages
If CB display is enabled (page 77) a
CB ticker with the latest CB message
is displayed, scrolling horizontally if
needed. The CB ticker is only availa-
ble if the alert region is not used, i.e.
there are no current events.

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20 General instructions

Connectivity Digital Rights Mgmt.


Your phone supports different (DRM)
methods for transmitting data in the Remember that your phone has
mobile network: digital rights management. The use
The fastest method is UMTS (Uni- of downloaded pictures, sounds
versal Mobile Telecommunications or applications can be restricted
System). If you use UMTS, you can by the suppliers, e.g. copy protec-
make video calls in high quality. tion, use for a limited period of time
You can be connected to the Inter- only, number of times they can be
net permanently. Only the current used, etc.
transmission time is charged by
the network operator. Some serv-
ice providers do not yet support User guide
this service.
Symbols
GPRS (General Packet Radio Serv-
ice) is another method for trans- The following symbols are used to
mitting data in the mobile explain operation:
network. With GPRS you can be Enter numbers or
connected to the Internet perma- J letters.
nently, as well, if the network has
sufficient capacity. Only the cur- B On/Off/End key
rent transmission time is charged A Call key
by the network operator.
Options Displays a softkey
GSM (Global System for Mobile function.
Communications) is a fully digital
standard for mobile networks C Press the navigation
key down, to call up the
mainly used for voice calls and menu for example.
text messages (SMS).
Depending on the surrounding net-
D F E Display navigation
work and your provider, the differ- H I G function. Press naviga-
tion key in the direction
ent methods are used automatically. indicated.
Depending on your provider you
may set which method to use = Function dependent on
service provider, may
(page 134). require special
registration.

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General instructions 21

Main menu Navigation key


The main menu is displayed The symbol in the centre of the low-
graphically with symbols. er line of the main display shows the
current function when the naviga-
C Call up from standby tion key is pressed down vertically.
mode.
F/ I In this User Guide the symbol C is
Select application used universally when the naviga-
symbols. tion key is pressed down vertically.
The following functions are available
C Start application. (selection):
Display main menu
Tabs Confirm/select
Tabs allow fast access to information
Change
and applications.
(open options list)

2 3 Call, accept call


1 3
1 2 Edit
Camera
Send
View
Save
F Switch between tabs.
Play

While editing a tab, you navigate


Pause
within the input field. Stop
I Leave input field, to Record
switch to the next tab. Zoom
Insert calendar
| Insert picture
Insert contact

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22 General instructions

Outer softkeys Standard functions


If the clamshell is closed, you can use
the outer softkeys to control the Options menu
phone. The symbols in the bottom The list contains functions that are
line of the outer display show the offered in several options menus.
current function. Options Open menu.
/ Confirm/select
<New entry> Create new entry.
Accept call in handsfree
mode Save Store entry.
;/ Take picture/record video Change Open options list. Select
Play option and confirm.
Pause View Display entry.
Stop Details Display properties of
Zoom selected entry.
Details Display additional informa-
Menu control tion about message (e.g.
date, sender, save loca-
The steps needed to reach a function tion, attached files, size)
are shown in a condensed form in the
Delete/ Delete entry/delete all
user guide, e. g. to set ringtones
Delete all entries after confirmation.
C T Ringtones Exit Exit application.Confirm
This comprises the following steps: request with C if you
want to save changes.
C Open main menu. Edit Open entry to edit/open
F/ I input field to edit.
Select T to open Settings Text input Open input method menu
menu. meth. (page 28).
C Confirm selection. Text edit Open text edit menu
menu (page 29).
I Select Ringtones function.
Sort by Select sort criterion (e.g.
C Confirm selection. alphabetical, type, status,
sender, date/time).

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General instructions 23

Set as e.g. set picture as wallpa- Fast list search


per, logo, screensaver, Pressing number keys while you are
melodies as ringtones, in alphabetically ordered lists (e.g.
open/close melody. Contacts, My Stuff) opens a fast
Rename Rename selected entry. search window.
Send Select transmission type J Enter text to jump quickly
(e.g. MMS, SMS, Instant to the entry that corre-
Message, e-mail or Blue- sponds most closely
tooth) and send entry. If you with the entered text.
send via Bluetooth, select
Search/Known devices/ Memory assistant
Last connected
(page 119). If a DRM The memory assistant is launched
protected file is selected, automatically if memory is low.
the send option is not A notification is displayed on either
available. display depending on whether or not
Create Select transmission type the clamshell is open.
message (see above) and create If the clamshell is closed, you can
message. If contact/call list start the memory assistent by open-
entry is selected, it is used
for receiver data. ing the clamshell.
Start via main menu:
Reply/ The sender becomes the
Reply to all recipient, "Re." is placed in (Only if the clamshell is open)
front of the subject matter
and the received text is C T Phone File system
transferred into the new Memory assistant
message. All saved folders and files in phone
Capacity/ Display memory status for memory and on Micro SD Card are list-
Memory respective application, ed (page 13). Display name and of
status phone, SIM card or the folders and number of files.
Micro SD Card.
If memory is insufficient to
save required data, a notifi-
cation is displayed.
Confirm with C to open
Memory assistant
(see below).

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24 General instructions

If the Micro SD Card is inserted, Delete Delete all marked entries.


folders/files are organised on a marked
separate tab.
Send Send marked messages
F Select tab (phone memory/ marked (e.g. e-mails from draft
Micro SD Card). folder).
I Select folder/file. Retrieve Retrieve marked e-mails
Options Open menu and select marked (if only header is retrieved).
function (standard Remove Remove selected
functions page 22). marked contact(s) e.g. from a
To free up required memory open distribution list or group.
file before deleting or delete files
directly. Menu speed dialling
All menu functions are numbered in-
Mark mode ternally. A function may be selected
Within some applications (e.g. Con- directly by entering these numbers
tacts/My Stuff) one or more entries in sequence.
in a list can be highlighted to carry E.g., write new SMS (from standby
out a function jointly. mode):
Options Open menu and select
Mark.
C Press this key to display
the main menu.
I Select entry/entries.
5 Press this key for
C Mark/unmark entry.
Messages.
1 Press this key to create
Mark options new message.
Depending on the current situation, 1 Press this key for SMS.
different functions will be offered.
Options Open menu.
Mark/ Mark/unmark selected
Unmark entry.
Mark all Mark all entries.
Unmark all Unmark all marked entries.

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Security 25

Task switching Security


The phone supports the use of multi-
ple applications at the same time. The phone and SIM card are protect-
The function you are currently using ed against misuse by several security
is in foreground, the other open ap- codes.
plications are in the background. Keep these confidential numbers in
You can switch from the current ap- a safe place where you can access
plication to the main menu, standby them again if required.
mode or to any open application.
Open the clamshell. PIN codes
i Press and hold to open the
PIN Protects your SIM card
main menu.
(personal identification
i Press briefly. All currently number).
open applications are
listed. PIN2 This is needed to set the
charge detail display and to
You can directly switch to the Main access additional functions on
Menu, Home or to any open special SIM cards.
application:
PUK Key code. Used to unlock
Menu/Home/<application> PUK2 SIM cards after the wrong PIN
Select and confirm has been entered repeatedly.
with C.
Phone Protects your phone. Must be
If you are holding a call, select code entered at the first security
Current call to return to the call. setting.
Task switching options
If any applications are currently
C T Security PIN codes
open, an options menu is offered.
Select function.
Options Open menu. PIN control
Switch to Move highlighted The PIN is usually requested each
application to foreground. time the phone is switched on. You
can deactivate this feature but you
Close Close highlighted risk unauthorised use of the phone.
application. Some service providers do not
Close all Close all open applications permit deactivating the control.
except main menu. On/Off Activate/deactivate PIN
control.
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26 Security

J Enter PIN code. Clearing SIM card barring


C Confirm. If the PIN is entered incorrectly three
times, the SIM card is barred.
Change PIN Enter new PIN code and
You can change the PIN to any
J confirm with C.
4 to 8-digit number you find Enter new PIN code again
easier to remember. J and confirm with C.
J Enter current PIN code Enter PUK code (MASTER
and confirm with C. J PIN) provided by your
J Enter new PIN code and service provider with the
confirm with C. SIM card in accordance
Re-enter new PIN code and with the instructions and
J confirm with C. confirm with C.
C Confirm. C Confirm.

If the PUK (MASTER PIN) has been lost,


Change PIN2 please contact your service provider.
(Display only if PIN2 is available)
Proceed as with Change PIN.

Change phonecde
You define the phone code
(4-8 digits) when you call up a
phone-code protected function for
the first time. It is then valid for all
phone-code protected functions.
To change phone code proceed as
with Change PIN.
Following the third unsuccessful
attempt, access to the phone code
and the functions that use it is de-
nied. Contact the Service Centre
(page 142).

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Preventing accidental Connecting to Windows


activation PCs
Even if PIN use is deactivated You can connect your phone to a
(page 17), confirmation is required Windows PC using Bluetooth or
to switch on the phone. a data cable. The Windows PC
This prevents accidental activation program MPM (Mobile Phone
of the phone, e.g. when you are Manager, page 136) enables you to
carrying it in a bag or when you are backup data on your Windows PC
travelling in an aircraft. and to synchronise the contacts with
Outlook, Lotus Notes and other
B Press and hold. Siemens phones (as well as some
Gigasets). You can download the
OK Press. The phone Mobile Phone Manager from the
switches on. Internet at:
Cancel Press or take no action. www.BenQ-Siemens.com/ef81
The phone does not
The data cable is included in delivery.
switch on. You find the MPM program on the
CD ROM also included in delivery.

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28 Text entry

Text entry
Text entry without T9 * Press briefly: Special
characters are shown.
Press number key repeatedly until
Press and hold: Open
the required letter appears. After a
edit menu.
brief interval the cursor will advance.
Example: 0 Press once/repeatedly:
2 Press once briefly to write .,?!"0+-()@/:_
the letter a, twice to write Press and hold: inserts 0.
b etc.
Press and hold to write
1 Press to insert space.
Press twice to insert
the number. line feed.
, , 19 Unusual characters and
numbers are displayed
after the relevant letters.
Special characters
l Press briefly to delete the * Press briefly. The symbols
chart is displayed:
letter left of the cursor or
marked text. Press and 1) _ ; . , ? !
hold to delete text quickly.
+ - " : * / ( )
F Move the cursor
$ @ \ & #
(forwards/back).
[ ] { } % ~ < = >
I Move the cursor (up/
| ^ `
down a line).
# Press briefly: Swap
between: abc, Abc, ABC, 1) Line feed
T9 abc, T9 Abc, T9 ABC, 123. I/ F
Press and hold: Input Navigate to characters.
method menu is
displayed. C Confirm.
The sequence of the input
methods is language-
dependent.

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Text edit menu Marking text


For text entry: You can highlight text in order to
copy and paste it to a different place.
* Press and hold: The edit
menu is displayed: * Press and hold. The edit
menu is displayed.
Insert symbol
Spell word Mark text Activate highlighting
Mark text mode.
Copy/Paste F/ I
Input language Scroll to highlight text.
Copy Copy highlighted text to
Selecting the input language the clipboard.
Select the language in which you Paste Paste the copied text into
want to compose your message. the desired location.
Options Open edit menu.
Input language Text entry withT9
Select.
"T9" deduces the correct word from
I Select language. If you se- the individual key entries by making
lect Automatic, the Input comparisons with an extensive
language is based on the dictionary.
Display language
(page 126). Activating, deactivating T9
C Confirm, the new
# Press and hold: Input
language is set. method menu is
Languages with T9 support are displayed.
marked with the T9 symbol. The Select desired input mode.
input language setting applies to
all applications. Select Activate/deactivate T9.

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30 Text entry

Writing with T9 T9-word suggestions


The display changes as you proceed. If several options are found in the
dictionary for a key sequence
It is best if you finish a word without
looking at the display. (a word), the most probable is dis-
played first. If the word you want
Simply press the keys once where the has not been recognised, the next
relevant letter is located. For "hotel", suggestion from T9 may be correct.
for example:
The word must be shown
# Press briefly for T9 Abc highlighted. Then press
then
<< T9 << The displayed word is
46835 replaced with a different
word. If this word is also
1/E incorrect, press again
A blank or moving the
<< T9 << Repeat until the correct
cursor to the right ends
word is displayed.
a word.
If the word you want is not in the
Do not use special characters such as
dictionary, it can also be written
. Use standard characters instead,
without T9.
e.g. A; T9 will do the rest for you.
To add a word to the dictionary:
T9 Text Input is licensed under one or more of
the following: U.S. Pat. Nos. 5,187,480, Spell Select.
5,818,437, 5,945,928, 5,953,541, 6,011,554, The last suggestion is deleted and
6,286,064, 6,307,548, 6,307,549, 6,636,162 and
6,646,573; Australian Pat. Nos. 727539, 746674 the word may now be entered with-
and 747901; Canadian Pat. Nos. 1,331,057, out T9 support. Press OK to add it
2,302,595 and 2,227,904; Japan Pat. No. automatically to the dictionary.
3532780, 3492981; United Kingdom Pat. No.
2238414B; Hong Kong Standard Pat. No. Correcting a word
HK1010924; Republic of Singapore Pat. No.
51383, 66959 and 71979; European Pat. Nos. F Move left or right,
0 842 463 (96927260.8), 1 010 057 word by word, until
(98903671.0), 1 018 069 (98950708.2); the required word is
Republic of Korea Pat. Nos. KR201211B1 and
KR226206B1. People's Republic of China Pat. highlighted.
Application Nos. 98802801.8, 98809472.X and << T9 << Scroll through the T9
96196739.0; Mexico Pat. No. 208141; Russian word suggestions again.
Federation Pat. No. 2206118; and additional pat-
ents are pending worldwide. l Deletes the character to
the left of cursor and
displays a new possible
word!
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Within a "T9-word", individual letters may Text templates


not be edited without first removing the T9
status. In most cases it is better to rewrite Text templates are short excerpts of
the complete word. texts that you can insert in your mes-
sages (SMS, MMS).
0 Set a full stop. A Word is
concluded if it is followed
by space. Within a word, Creating text templates
full stop represents an
apostrophe or hyphen: C M Template
e.g. provider.s = providers. The list of existing templates is
displayed.
E Moving the cursor to the right
ends the word. Options Open menu and select
Input method New template.
# Press briefly: Switch be- J Write text.
tween: abc, Abc, T9 abc,
T9 Abc, 123. Status shown Options Open menu and select
in top line of display. Save.
Press and hold: All input
variants are displayed. If you want to create a new message from
Special characters the template menu select Options New
message.
* Press briefly: Select special
characters (page 28).
Inserting text templates
Press and hold: Open edit
menu (page 29). SMS/MMS:

J Write message.

Options Open menu and select


Insert text.
Template Select.
I Select a text template
from the list and confirm
with C.
The text template is inserted in the
message to the right of the cursor.

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32 Calling

Calling
With your phone you can make con- The called party as well as the network
ventional (voice) calls as well as vid- have to be capable of handling video calls.
eo calls. However, it is not possible If you are calling a number that does not
to make a voice call and a video call meet these requirements you will be of-
at the same time. You can make only fered the option of making a voice call
one video call at a time. instead.
If the clamshell is closed:
You can accept calls in handsfree Dialling with number
mode. keys
You can continue voice calls in (Only if the clamshell is open)
handsfree mode.
The phone must be in standby
You cannot initiate calls. mode.
You cannot accept or continue Enter the number (always
video calls. J with prefix/international
dialling code).
Video calls A Press the Call key.
(Only if the clamshell is open)
To initiate a video call (in standby Or
mode):
C Press.
C Or
Or
j Press the video call key.
j Press the video call key to
make a video call.
The phone switches to video call The displayed number is dialled.
mode. A preview is displayed. You
can enter a number (see Dialling
with number keys).
You can also decide to make a video
call after you have already entered a
number or selected a number from
a call list.

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Calling 33

Ending a call Redialling previous


Clamshell closed numbers
Press to end call. (Only if the clamshell is open)
To enter the Dialled calls list (in stand-
Clamshell open by mode):
B Press the End key briefly.
A Press the Call key.
Press this key even if the
person on the other end
To redial the number last called:
of the line has hung up
first. A Press the Call key again.
You can also end a call by closing the
clamshell. Or

In conjunction with a Car kit or headset or


j Press the video call key to
make a video call.
when you are talking in handsfree mode
closing the clamshell will not end the call. To redial other numbers that were
dialled previously:

Setting the volume I Pick out the number from


the list.
(Only during a call)
Clamshell closed
A Press the Call key.

+/ - Regulate the volume. Or


j Press the video call key
Clamshell open to make a video call.
I Regulate the volume. * Press and hold to switch
microphone off.
If a Car Kit is used, its volume setting
Enter international dialling codes:
will not affect the usual setting on
the phone. 0 Press and hold until a "+" is
displayed.
Use number memo:
You can enter a number during the call.
The person to whom you are speaking can
hear these entries. When the connection
has ended you can save or dial the
number.

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Accepting a call Yes Your video is shown to


the caller.
The phone must be switched on.
No The video mute picture is
An incoming call is indicated by
shown to the caller (Select
a special screen on either display:
image, page 125).
A number and the name of the caller
transmitted by the network will be Warning!
displayed if the number is saved in Please make sure you have accepted the
the contacts. A picture of the caller call before holding the phone to your ear.
may also be displayed (page 41). This will avoid damage to your hearing from
loud ringtones.
If the incoming call is a video call a
video of the caller is displayed. How- Additional information
ever, the transmission of the video Missed call display.
may be suppressed by the caller. If the clamshell is closed:
Clamshell closed / Press to switch silent mode
(Not for video calls) on/off.
Press to accept the call in Press and hold to switch key
handsfree mode. lock on/off.
Depending on your settings If the clamshell is open:
(page 125) you can accept a call by * Press and hold to switch si-
simply opening the clamshell. lent mode on/off.
Clamshell open # Press and hold to switch key
lock on/off.
A Press.
Or Rejecting a call
C Press. Clamshell closed
Or Press.
j Press to accept a video call. Clamshell open
Reject Press.
Video call
(Only if the clamshell is open) Or
If the incoming call is a video call and B Press briefly.
Show my image is deactivated (de-
You can also reject the call by closing
fault, page 125) Do you want to show
the clamshell.
your video image? is displayed. You
have the following options:
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Calling 35

Handsfree talking Swapping between


You can put the phone aside during 2 calls b
a call. You can then hear the caller (Not during video calls)
via the loudspeaker.
Clamshell closed Establish a second connection
If you accept a call with the clamshell (Only if the clamshell is open)
closed, handsfree talking is activated You can call another number during
automatically. a call.
Handsfree talking is deactivated au- Dial the new number and
tomatically, if you open the clam- J press A. The current call
shell during a call. is put on hold.
Clamshell open
Options Open menu.
Swapping calls
When the new connection is estab-
Hands free
lished you can swap between calls.
Activate/deactivate
handsfree talking and Clamshell closed
confirm with C. Press.
If you close the clamshell while in hands- Clamshell open
free mode, a request is displayed on the
outer display whether or not you want to Options Open menu and
continue the call. If you do not answer the select Swap.
request the call is ended automatically af- Or
ter a short time.
A video call is ended whithout request if A Press.
you close the clamshell also when in
handsfree mode. Incoming calls during a call
You may need to register for this
Warning! service with your service provider
Always switch off "handsfree talking" be- and set your phone accordingly. Dur-
fore holding the phone to your ear! Other- ing a call, you may be advised that
wise you will damage your hearing! there is another call waiting. You will
Additional information hear a special tone during the call
During a video call the speakerphone is (page 123). You have the following
activated by default. options:

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36 Calling

Accepting the waiting call in addition to Ending calls


the first
Clamshell closed
Accept the waiting call.
Press. You return to the
Depending on your settings held call.
(page 125) you can also accept the
waiting call by simply opening the Clamshell open
clamshell.
B Press the End key briefly.
If the clamshell is closed, press
to swap between the calls. Or
Or (if the clamshell is open) Options Open menu and
select Drop.
Swap/A Accept the waiting call.
After the Return to held call? display,
The current call is put on hold. you have the following options:
To swap between the two calls when Yes You accept the held call.
two connections are established, No You end the held call.
always press A.
Rejecting the waiting call Conference b
Press. (Not during video calls)
Call up to 5 parties one by one and
Or (if the clamshell is open) link them together in a multiparty
Reject Press. call. Some of the functions described
Accepting the waiting call, ending the may not be supported by your serv-
current call ice provider or may have to be
(Only if the clamshell is open) enabled specially.

B End the current call. You cannot establish a conference when


the clamshell is closed.
C Accept the new call. When closing the clamshell you can con-
tinue an ongoing conference if you are in
handsfree mode (page 31).

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Calling 37

Once a call has already been After the Return to conference call? dis-
established: play, you have the following options:
Options Open menu and select Yes You return to the
Hold call. The current call conference.
is put on hold. No You end all calls.
J Dial a new number. When
the new connection is Private call
established (Only if the clamshell is open)
Options open menu and select You can remove a party from a con-
Conference. The held call ference and make a private call to
is joined. that party while the conference is
Repeat procedure until all partici- put on hold.
pants are linked together. Options Open menu and select
Private. Then select the
Ending a conference entry for the private call.
Ending all calls You can swap between the private
call and the conference:
Press.
Options Open menu and select
Or (if the clamshell is open) Swap.
When your private call is finished,
B Press.
you have the following options:
Or close the clamshell.
B End the private call and
All calls in the multiparty conversa- return to the conference.
tion are ended. Or
Ending one call Options Open menu and select
(Only if the clamshell is open) Conference.
Options Open menu and select The private call is joined to the
Drop. Then select the call conference again.
to be ended.

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38 Calling

Call options Not during video calls:


(Only if the clamshell is open) Hold call Hold current call.
The following functions are only Swap Swap between calls.
available during a call:
Conference (see page 36)
Options Open menu.
Drop End a call in a conference.
Mute call/ The person on the other
Mute sound end of the line cannot hear Private Make private call in a
you (muting). conference (see page 37).
Also: Press and hold Transfer Connect two calls in a
*. Clamshell closed: conference and disconnect
Press /. oneself.
In video calls your video is
still shown on the other DTMF Enter tone sequences
end of the line. (numbers) for remote
inquiries to an answering
Hands free Call via the loudspeaker. machine.
Upgrade to Change the current voice Only during video calls:
vid/ Switch to call to a video call or vice Mute video
voice The incoming video is mut-
versa. The current call is ed and the video mute pic-
ended and a new connec-
tion with the same partner ture is sent (Select image,
page 125).
is established.
Transf ac- Pause inc./ Pause the incoming video
Switch the sound of the
cess'ry/ current call to the headset Pause outg. (of the other party) or out-
going video (yours).
Transfer and back to the phone. The menu entry changes
phone to Resume inc./Resume
Add to Select To a new contact/ outg.
Contacts To exist. contact. Select Full/split Select the video presenta-
number type to store the screen tion on your display (see
number in the contacts. page 39).
Confirm save notification
with C.

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Calling 39

Frame rate Adjust how many frames Tone sequences (DTMF)


per second the camera will
capture. (Only if the clamshell is open)
You can enter control codes (num-
White Adjust the sensitivity to bers) for remote access to an auto-
balance light. matic answering machine while an-
Flicker ad- Adjust the sensitivity to in- other connection exists. These inputs
justment door lightening flicker rate. are transmitted directly as
DTMFcodes (control codes).
Send picture/ Select a picture/video from
Send video My stuff and show it to the Options Open menu.
person on the other end of DTMF Select.
the line.
J Enter digits and confirm
Full/split screen with C.

Select the video presentation on Using Contacts


your display. You have the following
Store numbers and control codes
options:
(DTMF codes) in Contacts in the
Them fullscreen same way as a normal entry.
The video of the other party is shown
in full screen mode. J Enter number.

Splitscr. -- me sm. 0 Press until a "+" appears


The video of the other party is shown in the display (wait for
in full screen mode and your video is the connection to be
shown in an additional small frame. KTestablished).
Splitscr. -- me lg. J Enter DTMF codes
(numbers).
Your video is shown in full screen
mode and the video of the other 0 If necessary, wait again
party is shown in an additional for three seconds at a
small frame. time for the receiver to
process the entries safely.
Me fullscreen
Your video is shown in full screen J Enter a name.
mode.
Save Store entry.
You may also store just the DTMF
codes (numbers) and then send
them during the call.
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40 Contacts

Contacts
You can store contacts with a variety All All contacts (including
of phone and fax numbers as well as contacts SIM contacts) and distribu-
additional address details. tion lists.
The contacts may contain the Groups All groups.
following types of entries:
SIM Contacts saved on the
Contacts saved on the phone contacts SIM card.
(page 41).
SIM contacts saved on the SIM Filter Apply different filter criteria to
card (page 43). all contacts.
Distribution lists: short-cuts for
communication with more than Dialling contact
one person. Contacts may belong (Only if the clamshell is open)
to several distribution lists
(page 44). A Call selected contact.
Groups: contact categories (e.g.
Or
shared ringtone). A contact can
belong only to one group j Make (video) call.
(page 42).
Or
CL
Or G Press and hold to activate
voice dialling.
H Open Contacts. Contact selected
Call the default/video enabled
For fast access, contacts are
number. If no default number is
organised on 4 tabs.
stored, select which number to call.
F Switch between tabs. SIM contact selected
Call the number. If several numbers
are stored, select which number to
call.
Several numbers selected
If several contacts or a distribution
list is selected the call key A and the
video call key j have no effect.

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Contacts 41

All contacts Assign media files


In some input fields (ringtone, video,
All contacts (excluding SIM contacts) picture) you can assign ringtones
are displayed in alphabetical order. and pictures.
Distribution lists and groups are dis-
played additionally. I Select media field (e.g.
picture) and confirm
Contacts can include 4 numbers, with C.
4 e-mail addresses, 2 URLs, 2 fax
numbers and 2 postal addresses. Depending on the media type you
You can set one value as default for can either record a new media file
each type (see below). via camera or sound recorder or se-
lect a file from the corresponding My
New entry stuff folder (page 110).
<New entry> Save contact
Select. Options Open menu and select
I Select the number type.
Save. Confirm request
with C.
The possible input fields are organ-
ised on 4 tabs: C Confirm save notification.

General First and last name, important Contact options


info numbers (private, business, Options Open menu.
mobile phone).
Private Set as Set selected field as default
E-mail address, fax number, default
address and notes. for that type (e.g. default
number or e-mail). Current
Business Office information and default is marked with *.
address. Create e-mail Send e-mail to selected
Personal Ringtone, picture, group, contact(s).
birthday and display name. Switch tab... Select contact tab for more
Within the tabs: input fields.

I Select input fields. Add If no birthday is entered,


birthday/ open birthday field. If birth-
J Fill in input fields. Remove day is entered, delete after
birthday confirmation.
At least one name must be entered.
The name of each contact must be Set date If birthday field is selected:
unique. Always enter the number Open calendar to currently
with prefix. entered date.

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42 Contacts

Number field selected: Groups


Insert 2-s Insert pause ("P"). Groups are collections of contacts
pause that can be used to categorise con-
Insert Insert wildcard ("?"), see tacts. A group can have the same in-
wildcard below. coming call alert. SIM contacts can-
not belong to a group, you have to
Record Start recording voice tag
voice tag copy them to the phone contacts
(page 47).
first.
Play voice Start playback of current The following groups have already
tag voice tag. been created and can be renamed
Delete voice Confirm to delete voice tag. but not deleted: Family, Friend, Office,
tag VIP.
Further options on page 44.
New group
Number extensions in contacts You can add personal groups.
(wildcards)
<New group>
Digits may be replaced by a "?" (wild- Select and enter the name
card) when numbers are entered in of a new group.
contacts:
Done Press to confirm.
Options Open menu and select
Insert wildcard. Add member
Or You can add max. 50 contacts to
# Press down to insert "?". a group.
These wildcards must be replaced I Select a group. The
with numbers before dialling (e.g., number of entries is dis-
with the extension numbers in a played in the second line
phone system). when highlighted.
To make a call, select the number Options Open menu and select
from contacts. Add new member. A list of
all contacts that are not
A Press. already in the group is
displayed.
J Replace "?" with numbers.
I Select new members and
A Press. Number is dialled. confirm with C.
Add Confirm selection.

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Edit Group Options Open menu and select


Save and confirm request
Options Open menu and select
with C.
Edit.
You can rename the group and at- C Confirm save notification.
tach an audio ringtone and a picture
(page 41). If you want to save/edit/delete contacts
in the protected SIM area, the PIN2 is
required.
SIM contacts If the memory on the SIM card is low,
Contacts saved on SIM card are man- a message is displayed.
aged on this tab. SIM contacts con-
tain less information than contacts Convert SIM contact
saved on the phone. Options Open menu and select
Add more fields.
New entry
SIM contact is converted to regular
<New entry> contact. You cannot convert protect-
Select to create a new ed SIM contacts. Further options on
entry. page 44.
I Navigate to input fields.

J Fill in input fields: name


and up to 3 numbers.
Protected SIM contacts
provide only one number
field.
SIM/Protected SIM
Select storage location.
Special SIM cards can save
numbers in a protected
area (protected SIM)
(PIN2 required).

F Select available number.

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44 Contacts

Filter Options menu


Depending on the selected filter, Depending on the current situation,
contacts and distritbution lists can different functions will be offered.
be listed on the filter tab. These functions can be applied to
Options Open menu and the entry currently selected as well
select Filter and as to multiple selected entries.
confirm with C. Options Open menu.
The following filter criteria are Distribution lists
available:
New distr. Enter name. You can re-
Voice dialling: All contacts are list- list name the distribution list
ed that have a voice tag associat- and attach a ringtone and a
ed with one or more of their picture.
numbers.
Add to distr. Add contact of distribution
Video telephony: Contacts with a list list/group to a new or exist-
video allowed number (page 44) ing distribution list. If SIM
are listed. contact is added, confirm
request to convert into
E-mail contact.
URL
Add new Open contact list. Select
Birthday member contacts and add them to
Stored on phone: all contacts the selected distribution
(except SIM contacts) list. You can add max. 50
contacts to a distribution
Distribution lists list.
I Select criterion and con- Groups
firm with C.
New group Enter name.
A list is displayed with contacts that
contain the chosen feature, e.g. all Add to Add contact(s) to new or
contacts including a birthday entry. group existing group. If contact(s)
already belong to a group
Remove contact/reset filter confirm to switch to new
group. If SIM contact se-
Select contact(s)/list. lected, confirm to move
contact to phone memory.
Options Open menu and select
Remove from list/Reset list
and confirm with C.

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SIM contacts e.g. Confirm to delete current


Remove ringtone from contacts.
Add more Convert SIM contact to reg-
fields ringtone Same for video and picture.
ular contact (not for protect-
ed SIM contacts). General options
Special Your provider may supply Synchronise Initiate synchronisation
numbers you with special numbers. (see page 46).
= Select classes you want to
show/hide. Open web If contact information con-
site tains URL, start the brows-
Business card er and load URL.
Create biz Create a business card, Send Send contact as vCard
card which is a contact contain- contact (see page 46).
ing your own contact
information. Set as vid. Only one number of the
The business card is dis- allow'd/ contact can be set as video
Undo vid. allowed. Option is set auto-
played outside the sort or- allowd
der at the top of the contact matically if you get/initiate
list. You cannot add the a video call from/to that
business card to a distribu- number. Note that this op-
tion list or group. tion is not available for SIM
contacts.
Set as biz Confirm request. Selected
card Save Depending on save loca-
contact is set as business options
card. If a business card al- tion, select
ready exists, it is converted copy/move to SIM: Only
to a regular contact. SIM SIM information is saved.
contacts cannot be set as Extended version of the
business cards. contact is kept.
copy/move to phone.
Undo biz Convert selected business
card Protected SIM contacts,
card to a regular contact.
special numbers and the
Media field selected business card cannot be
copied or moved to another
e.g. Play Start playback of current save location.
ringtone ringtone. Same for video
and picture.
e.g. Select new ringtone. Same
Replace for video and picture.
ringtone

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46 Contacts

Save Select SIM/Phone as Find


location default save location. To find a contact more easily you can
Duplicate Open new contact with either search for the contact, change
duplicate information. the sort order of the contact list or
set filter criteria for the list.
Find Open menu (see below).
Contacts search
For standard functions see page 22. Enter text/number and
J confirm with C.
Synchronise
A list is displayed with contacts
Initiate synchronisation of contacts which contain the text/number
(page 99). sequence.
With the MPM (Mobile Phone Manager, Sort contacts
page 136) you can hold your addresses in The contact list is resorted.
a Windows PC and synchronise with the
contacts. I Select sort order and
confirm with C.
Send contact Filter contacts
If you want to send/receive complete
contacts, the contact is transmitted
I Select filter criterion
(page 44) and confirm
as a vCard. with C.
You can send your own/other con-
tacts via Bluetooth, SMS, MMS or Voice-activated dialling
e-mail.
You can dial numbers from the con-
Receiving vCard tacts by speaking the name. SIM con-
You can receive contacts included in tacts, distribution lists and groups
a message or via Bluetooth. You can cannot have a voice tag.
save vCards as contacts: You have to record a voice tag for
Options Open menu and select every number so your phone "recog-
Save contact to save vCard nises" you. To record voice tags you
as new contact. speak the name loudly and clearly in-
to the phone and store it.
You can store about 100 voice tags.
You can assign one voice tag to each
number of a contact.

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Recording a voice tag If your two recordings are too differ-


ent or if they are too similar to an ex-
Record the voice tag in a quiet envi-
isting voice tag, you will be prompt-
ronment. You should speak into
ed to repeat recording.
the phone from a distance of about
25 cm. The voice tag may be 3 sec. Retry/Restart
long. Press to start recording
again.
If you use voice-activated dialling mainly If three attempts fail you have to
with a handsfree set it is useful to record
start a new voice tag.
the voice tag with the handsfree set.
If there is not enough memory for a new
F Open the Contacts tab. voice tag, a notification is displayed. Con-
firm notification, delete existing tags and
I Select a contact. try again.
I Select number input field.

Options Open menu and select


Record voice tag.
Start Start recording.
A short signal is sounded. An
appropriate prompt appears on
the display. Speak the name (max.
3 seconds). Repeat the name after
playback. A second signal tone is
sounded and you are prompted on
the display.
C Confirm completed
recording.

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48 Contacts

Voice-activated dialling
Clamshell closed
If a headset is plugged into the
phone: Press the activation key
on the headset to activate voice
dialling.
Clamshell open
G Press and hold.
Speak the name after the signal
tone. If the name matches the saved
voice tag the number is dialled.

You can assign the voice dialling function


to any shortcut key (page 122).

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Call records 49

Call records
CP Redial number
The different call information is F Select call log list
listed on 5 tabs: (e.g. Missed calls).
All calls, Dialled calls, Missed calls,
Received calls and Duration/charges. I Select entry.
F Navigate to tabs. A / C/ j
Dial number (if available),
Each list displays the 100 most make video call.
recent calls.
All calls
Call log lists Access all missed, dialled and
received calls.
The number of a caller is displayed if
the caller has switched off the Dialled calls
Hide ID function and Access last numbers dialled by you.
the network supports the Caller Id Fast access in standby
function. A/j mode.
Alternatively, a callers name is dis-
played if it is stored as a contact. Missed calls b
If the number was not transmitted The numbers of calls that you have
for the reasons above a message is received but not answered are
displayed instead. stored for callback purposes.
Your phone stores the numbers of Missed calls are displayed in standby
calls for convenient redialling. mode (page 19). Select entry and
Audio and video calls are stored. confirm with C to open missed
calls list.

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Received calls Duration/charges


Accepted calls are listed. You can display the call duration and
the currency and rate of a call. You
Call log list menu can set the currency and rate for
Depending on the current situation, charge display.
different functions will be offered. Last call/All incoming calls/All outgoing
Options Open menu. calls
Select list and confirm
Call Dial number (if number with C.
is available)
For the selected call type the follow-
View contact/ If number is saved as ing information is displayed: the
Add to Contacts contact, view contact. date/time and the duration and
If number is not yet charges. For all incoming and all out-
saved, create new going calls the number of recorded
contact. calls is displayed, too.
Details Display call type (vid- If the display of costs is disabled or the
eo/voice call), number, currency is not entered, cost information
name, time/date and is not displayed.
duration of the call.
Cost information is not displayed during
For standard functions see page 22. a call.
Reset all incoming/outgoing calls lists
View list (see above).
Reset Press to reset the
current list.
Yes Confirm reset
notification.

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Charge settings Account limit info b


Settings Select and confirm (PIN2 protected)
with C. The account limit is not supperted by
Currency all SIM cards. If your SIM card does not
support the account limit, an according
(PIN2 protected) notification is displayed.
J Enter currency
(up to 3 characters). Switch on/off account limit
Options Open menu and Account limit
select Save. Select and confirm
with C.
Rate
On/Off Activate/deactivate
(PIN2 protected) account limit and confirm
with C.
J Enter per minute rate.

Options Open menu and select When switched off, the max. limit is reset
Save. to 0 automatically.
Enter account limit
To enter "." press *.
Max. units
Display costs Select and confirm
On/Off Activate/deactivate cost with C.
display and confirm Enter maximum units
with C. J for the account.
Options Open menu and select
Save.
Reset account limit
Reset remaining
Select and confirm
with C.
C Confirm notification to
reset account limit.

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52 Camera

Camera
You can start and control the camera
also when the clamshell is closed.
Start the camera
You can view photos/videos Clamshell closed
recorded with the integrated
camera immediately: ; /< Select to start the camera
in picture/video mode.
Use a picture as background
image, logo or screensaver. Clamshell open
Send picture/video via MMS or CR
e-mail.
Picture mode/Video mode
Save pictures/videos on the phone Select mode and confirm
or on the Micro SD Card (page 13). with C.
You can also start the camera using
the Media player or MMS editor.
The current (preview) image is
displayed.
If you open/close the clamshell after hav-
ing started the camera in picture/video
; mode, the application remains active in the
selected mode.

Displayed information
If you use the camera when the
clamshell is closed, you should turn Current picture/video setting
the phone about 90 degrees to the
The selected resolution is displayed
left as illustrated in order to view
in the top line (only if the clamshell is
menus.
open).
The pictures/videos are displayed
The following symbols are displayed:
and saved in landscape mode.
If you dont turn the phone, the pic- Current brightness
setting.
tures/videos are displayed in right
angle when opened with the Media Current zoom level.
player or sent in a message. If the clamshell is closed, this infor-
mation is only displayed if you open
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Camera 53

the brightness setting or start the If you open the brightness/zoom set-
zoom mode (see below). ting, the current setting is displayed.
Only in picture mode and if active
self timer is indicated.
Press briefly to close
brightness/zoom setting.
Clamshell open
Remaining memory
The following memory information F Decrease/increase bright-
ness. Brightness can be
is displayed: set in 7 levels (-3 to +3).
Memory location (only if the clam-
shell is open): Pictures/videos can I Zoom in/out in 7 levels.
be saved either on the phone or
For further settings see options menu.
on the Micro SD Card. To change
save location see page 55.
Taking pictures
Remaining memory: Picture
count/available record time on the Start the camera in picture mode.
current memory location. The re- Clamshell closed
maining memory depends mainly
on the selected resolution and the
; Take picture.
motif. Clamshell open
C Take picture.
When video recording is started from the
MMS application, the maximum length will Recording videos
be the time allocated for messaging
(10 seconds). Start the camera in video mode. You
can record up to 5 minutes.
Taking pictures/videos Clamshell closed

Settings prior to taking


Start recording.

pictures/recording videos / Pause/resume recording.


Clamshell closed End recording.
Press to open brightness
Clamshell open
setting. Press / to set
brightness (see below). C Start recording.
Press to open zoom Pause/Resume
mode. Press / to select Control recording.
zoom level (see below). Stop End recording.

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Return to view finder


A video record/playback is paused if you
open/close the clamshell. Open view finder.

Reviewing pictures/videos Or (if the clamshell is open)


Save pictures/videos C Open view finder to take
another picture/record
Confirm save notification. another video.

Or (if the clamshell is open) Delete pictures/videos


Delete picture/video and
C Confirm save notification. open view finder.
The picture/video is displayed. Or (if the clamshell is open)
The picture/video is saved with a Discard Delete picture/video and
name, the date and the time in the open view finder.
Media player folder (page 106).
If the available memory is insufficient,
Start video playback confirm warning with C/ . The save
Start playback. location is changed automatically.
If camera was launched from another
/ Playback/pause depend- application (contacts/messages):
ing on current state. Press C/ to add picture/video and
return to the original application.
+/ - Control volume durnig
If you close the clamshell to record a pic-
playback. ture/video, you have to open the clam-
Stop playback. shell again to resume the open
application (contacts/messages).
You can view only the latest video if the
clamshell is closed.
Or (if the clamshell is open)
Options Open menu and select
Play. Control playback,
see page 108.

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Camera options Audio record Turn microphone on/off.


(Only if the clamshell is open) Self timer Picture is taken approx.
The following functions are availa- 10 seconds after trigger-
ble, depending on the current ing. For the last 3 sec-
situation. onds, you will hear a
signal tone each second.
Options Open menu.
Picture Open settings (see
New picture/ Open view finder to take settings/ below).
New video another picture/record Video
another video. settings
Add For standard functions see page 22.
Add picture/video to
original application
(contacts/messages). Picture settings/Video settings
Play Play recorded video. Resolution
Change Open settings.
View Open corresponding
pictures/ Media player tab I Select resolution and
View videos (page 106). confirm with C.
Picture mode/ Switch between picture A setting can be made for the quality
Video mode and video mode. of the picture/video regardless of the
preview image resolution.
Message Switch to message mode
mode after confirmation. Mes- The resolution may decrease de-
sage mode is optimised pending on the selected digital
for sending via zoom.
MMS/Bluetooth:
Default name
record time 10 seconds
low resolution Change Open settings.
Enter default file name
Message mode is activat-
ed automatically if video
J (up to 4 digits).
mode is started from Options Open menu and select
MMS application.
Save.

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56 Camera

Save location Flicker adjustment


Change Open settings. Adjust the sensibility to indoor
Phone memory/Card lightening flicker rates.
Select default save Off/50 Hz/60 Hz
location and confirm Select and confirm
with C. with C.
Frame rate (only for video settings) Press j to start video call with current
Set how many frames per second the settings.
video should capture.
Low (7 fps)/High (15 fps)
Select and confirm
with C.
White balance
Change Open settings.
Auto/Indoor/Outdoor
Select and confirm
with C.

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Create message
You can create SMS and MMS Ask your service provider whether
messages and e-mails. this service is available. You may
need to register for this service
C M Create message separately.
Select message type.
You will find information on writing texts
Writing/sending an SMS
with and without T9 in the chapter "Text
entry" (page 28).
C M Create message
SMS
J Enter text/add items
SMS/MMS (see options menu).
Options Open menu and select
About SMS Add recipient (page 60).
You can transmit and receive long
messages (up to 760 characters) on A Send message.
your phone. They are automatically
divided into concatenated SMS mes- C Confirm.
sages (note higher charges). If the SMS could not be sent
successfully, press Retry.
About MMS
The Multimedia Message Service The following is displayed in the top dis-
(MMS) enables you to send texts, play line: text entry mode, number of
segments needed to send the current
pictures/videos and sounds in a com- message and number of remaining
bined message to another mobile characters.
phone or to an e-mail address. All el- If text is too long for a single SMS, you
ements of an MMS message are can choose whether to convert SMS to
merged into a "slide show". an MMS or not.
Depending on your phone's settings,
you will receive either the complete
message automatically or notifica-
tion that an MMS has been saved in
the network, giving sender and size
details. You may then download it to
your phone to read it.

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58 Create message

SMS options C M Create message


Depending on the current situation, MMS
different functions will be offered. J Enter text (depending on
Options Open menu. your provider up to 1024
characters)/add items
Add item Select Picture/Video/ (see options menu).
Sound. Select file from Options Open menu and select
the corresponding My
Add recipient (page 60).
stuff folder (page 110).
Remember that files may A Send message.
be protected (DRM,
page 20). C Confirm.
If you try to add items that
cannot be sent via SMS, If the MMS could not be sent
message is converted to successfully, press Retry.
MMS after confirmation.
The following is displayed in the top dis-
Send options Set Status report/ play line: text entry mode, number of re-
Validity period/ maining characters and size of the
SMS type/Send with for message.
current SMS. See also
SMS settings (page 70). MMS options
Further functions, see page 59. Depending on the current situation,
different functions will be offered.
Writing/sending an MMS Options Open menu.
An MMS is composed of slides, Add item Picture/Video/Sound
each containing text/pictures or (see SMS options).
a sound/video. Text: add text to
current slide.
I Navigate MMS slides. Contact: select a con-
Please note that media files may tact and add as vCard.
be protected (DRM, page 20). Note that you cannot
attach more than one
vCard per MMS.
Remove item Remove selected
attachment from MMS.
Add subject Enter subject.

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Preview MMS Start view mode SMS/MMS options


(see below). Depending on the current situation,
Playback Start Media player and different functions will be offered.
sound play back sound. Options Open menu.
Send options Set Read Report, Validity Add recipient See page 60.
Period and Priority for
current MMS. See also Edit recipient Edit entered number/
MMS settings (page 72). address.
Further functions, see below. Create item Take picture/Record
View mode video: start camera in
message mode
If you start the view mode you can (page 55). If you close
change the presentation of the the clamshell to take a
message. picture/record a video,
the SMS/MMS remains
Options Open menu. opened.
Play again Start playback of all Record sound: start
slides. dictating machine
(page 99).
Page duration Select time interval (in
sec.), each slide is dis- Insert text Template (page 31).
played when presented. Contact details: open
contact and select con-
Order page Swap current slide with tact information.
previous/next.
Save as Select Draft (page 69)/
Template (page 31).
e.g. Remove Remove picture/ video/
picture sound/contact/
appointment or recipient
from message.
For standard functions see page 22.

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60 Create message

Add recipient E-mail


After at least one recipient is added,
Your phone has an e-mail program
the To: field is displayed. You can add
(client). You can use it to create and
multiple recipients.
receive e-mails.
Enter number/address or select
To create new e-mails you have to
contact:
configure at least one e-mail account
Add fr. Contacts (page 74).
Select and confirm
If you enter the e-mail editor from
with C to open
another application, eg. the Inbox,
contacts.
all used input fields (To:, CC:, Bcc:,
I Select contact(s)/distribu- Subject:, Attachment) are displayed.
tion list(s) and confirm
with C. If the cursor is at the top of the text entry,
you can navigate the input fields with
If you select a contact with more G/ H.
than one respective entry (e.g. sev-
eral numbers), the possible entries
are displayed in a second line when
Writing/sending e-mails
contact is highlighted: C M Create message
F Select entry you want E-mail
to use. Enter text/add items
J (see options menu).
Options Open menu and
select Add recipient
(see options menu).
A Send message. The send-
ing progress is displayed.

If you send a new e-mail, e-mails from the


draft folder will be sent as well. E-mails
saved as drafts because of failed transmis-
sion are not sent automatically again. The
progress is displayed in terms of either the
number of bytes or the number of e-mails.

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E-mail options Save as draft Confirm request to save


Depending on the current situation, e-mail in draft folder
different functions will be offered. (page 69).
Options Open menu. Add Add signature at the cur-
signature rent cursor position.
Add recipient Add fr. Contacts: Open
contacts (page 41). Send options Set Req. deliv. receipt:,
Enter e-mail addr.: Request read receipt:,
Priority: for current
Enter address manually. e-mail. See also e-mail
T9 is not available.
settings (page 73).
Edit recipient Edit entered address. For standard functions see page 22.
Add subject Enter subject.
Edit subject Edit subject.
Attach item From My stuff: Select
any file (also unknown
type).
From Contacts: Select
contact and add as
vCard.
Name and size of the
attachment are displayed.
Note that you cannot
attach more than one
vCard per e-mail.
Add Cc Add contact(s) of copy
recipient(s). See also Add
recipient.
Add Bcc Add contact(s) of copy
recipient(s) (See also Add
recipient). Bcc recipients
are not visible for other
recipients.
e.g. Remove Remove highlighted
item attachment/recipient.

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62 Inbox

Inbox
The inbox contains all MMS, SMS, Or
CB, e-mail and WAP push messages Ignore Press if you want to open
received on the phone. message via the Inbox
CM Inbox later.
Or MMS
Inbox Press and hold. An MMS is received in two steps:
First the MMS notification, then
Receiving messages the MMS.
When new messages are received, If a new MMS message is available
a notification is displayed on either for downloading, the MMS notifica-
display depending on whether or not tion is displayed including
the clamshell is open. number/contact and subject of the
MMS. You can download the MMS
You cannot open/read a message
immediately or later:
if the clamshell is closed.
Clamshell closed
If the clamshell is closed you can
open a new message by opening Press if you want to down-
load MMS immediately.
the clamshell.
Or
SMS
If a new SMS is received, a notifica-
Press to dismiss notifica-
tion and start download
tion is displayed. New messages are later.
saved in the Inbox automatically.
Clamshell open
Clamshell closed Yes Press if you want to down-
Open clamshell to read new SMS. load MMS immediately.
The download progress is
Press to dismiss
notification. displayed.
Clamshell open Or
View Press if you want to No Press if you want to down-
read new message load later. The notifica-
immediately. tion is saved in the Inbox
(page 62).

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Inbox 63

When download is completed, a If you receive the message that a


notification is displayed (see SMS software update is available, you can
section). You can change MMS set- start a DM session (page 127).
tings to download new MMS imme-
diately without request (page 72).
Inbox structure
CB For fast access, the inbox is
organised on three tabs:
Some service providers offer informa-
tion services (Cell Broadcast Service). MMS, SMS, CB
If reception is activated (page 77), E-mail
your provider will supply you with
WAP push messages
messages on the activated topics.
If the inbox contains a new message
When the function is activated
a symbol is displayed in standby
(page 77), CB messages are received
mode (page 19). If you open the in-
automatically. Depending on the
box in this case, you directly access
current setting, CB messages are dis-
the message folder containing the
played in standby mode (page 19).
new message.
Only one CB of the same type is
If the message is highlighted, two
saved. If another message is re-
lines are displayed:
ceived, it overwrites the older one.
The first line contains the number
E-mail or the respective contact and
the time or date the message was
E-mails are not received automatically.
received. An icon indicates the
Before an e-mail can be read, it must
message type.
be retrieved from the server
(page 65). In the second line either the be-
ginning of the message or the
WAP push subject is displayed.
WAP push messages are provided by Make a call: Select SMS, MMS or e-mail
special service centres. Depending and press A/ j.
on the current setting (page 91)
WAP push messages are received/
rejected automatically or you are
prompted to accept/reject when
WAP push is received (see receiving
SMS page 62).

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64 Inbox

SMS, MMS, CB Options menu


All new messages are shown in Depending on the current situation,
chronological order. different functions will be offered.
Options Open menu.
I Select message and
confirm with C. View Read SMS, MMS,
Numbers, e-mail addresses, vCards MMS Notification
and other saveable objects are high- or CB.
lighted automatically. Downld Download MMS if
I Set volume. message MMS notification is
received.
* Switch sound on/off.
Reply/ Select SMS/MMS and
Only MMS:
Reply to all create message.
I Navigate within a slide.
Forward Forward Message to
E/ D another recipient.
Switch to next/previous slide.
On first/last page switch to SMS: Select
last/first page. SMS/MMS.
C CB: Create SMS.
Play media file.
MMS: Select MMS.
If you forward as SMS,
attached media files
are removed
automatically.
Mark as unread Display message in
bold type.
Add to Contacts Save as contact
(page 68).
For standard functions see page 22.

SMS messages may be stored on the


phone memory or on the SIM card. The
storage location is indicated with an
icon.
You can activate the option to have the
oldest SMS message in the inbox auto-
matically deleted when a new message
arrives (page 71).

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Inbox 65

Read options menu Downloading ringtones and logos


Depending on the current situation, You can receive links for download-
different functions will be offered. ing ringtones, logos, screensavers,
animations and information about
Options Open menu.
applications with an SMS. Highlight
View Start view mode this link and, by pressing the
(page 59). Call key A, start the download.
Please check that the dial-in access
Send CB: If e-mail address is is configured.
highlighted select MMS/
E-mail. Remember that ringtones/logos may
be protected (DRM, page 20).
Send MMS MMS: If e-mail address
is highlighted create new
MMS. E-mail
Open link If URL is highlighted: If more than one account is config-
Start browser (page 89). ured, the list of accounts is displayed
(page 75).
Play again MMS: Start playback
video/audio slide. Before an e-mail can be read, it must
be retrieved from the server. The
e.g. Save Select the save location e-mail application is blocked until
sound (phone/memorycard). download is completed.
Downloaded file is saved
in corresponding My The listed files and the options menu
stuff folder (page 110). vary depending on the receive server
Same for picture and type (page 76) of the selected
attachment. account.
Call number If number is highlighted: POP3 account
Dial number. The inbox on the phone contains all
Save appoint. the e-mails that are in the inbox on
If calendar object is se-
lected: Save calendar the POP3 server.
event (page 98). You can configure whether or not an
For standard functions see page 22. e-mail is deleted on the server when
deleted on the phone (page 76).

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66 Inbox

IMAP4 account Add to Save as contact


The inbox lists e-mails as well as sub- Contacts (page 68).
scribed folders (e.g. mailboxes). You
Only POP3 account:
can subscribe to various folders on
the IMAP4 server (page 66). Delete on Delete e-mail on server
E-mails are retrieved only from the server only. The local copy is
subscribed folders. retained.
If you delete e-mails on the phone, Only IMAP4 account:
they are deleted on the server Subscr. to (see page 67)
automatically and vice versa. folders
Move to folder (see page 67)
E-mail options menu
Unsubscribe E-mail within the folder is
Depending on the current situation,
deleted on the phone on-
different functions will be offered.
ly. The synchronisation
Options Open menu. of e-mails to server is
stopped.
View If only headers are re-
trieved, retrieve body Display order Select Folders first/
and display e-mail. E-mail first.
Retrieve e-mail Retrieve new e-mail for For standard functions see page 22.
selected account
(page 66). You can set the max. size of downloaded
e-mails (page 74).
Retrieve all Retrieve new e-mail
accts headers for all config- Retrieve e-mail
ured accounts. Depending on the download mode
Account (page 76), either entire e-mails or
Open account
settings settings for highlighted only the headers are retrieved, or
account (page 75). you may be asked whether the entire
e-mail or only the header should
If no account is config-
ured create new be downloaded. The number of
account. retrieved e-mails is displayed.
Reply/ Create new e-mail. IMAP4 accounts: only e-mails in the
Reply to all subscribed folders are retrieved.
Forward Forward e-mail to
another recipient.

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Inbox 67

Subscr. to folders Read options menu


(only IMAP4 accounts) Depending on the current situation,
You have to subscribe to folders on different functions will be offered.
the receive server in order to retrieve Options Open menu.
e-mail from these folders.
All subscribed and unsubscribed Voice call/ Start voice/video call
folders on the receive server are Video call to sender (if number
listed. Only two levels of folders available).
are supported. Go to URL If e-mail address is
highlighted: create
I Select folder(s) and con-
new e-mail.
firm with C to sub-
scribe/unsubscribe to View/Play/ View/play attachment.
folders. Download If not downloaded yet:
Options Open menu and select download attachment.
Subscr. to marked. Delete on phone Delete downloaded at-
tachment on phone.
If you select the function Subscr. to POP3 account: the at-
marked while no account is selected, you tachment is deleted
unsubscribe to all folders. permanently on phone
and cannot be down-
Move to folder loaded again.
You can move e-mails from one sub-
Go to URL If URL is highlighted:
scribed folder to another. The move
Start browser and load
is synchronised with the server the URL (page 89).
next time you retrieve e-mails.
Save Select the save loca-
I Select e-mail(s) you want
tion (phone/memory-
to move. card). Downloaded file
Options Open menu and select is saved in corre-
Move to folder. The sub- sponding My stuff
scribed folders are listed. folder (page 110). Se-
lected vCard is saved
I Select folder and confirm as contact. Selected
with Move. calendar object saved
as calendar event.
For standard functions see page 22.

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68 Inbox

Add to Contacts WAP push


You can add contacts received via The following messages are
SMS, MMS or e-mail. displayed:
You can add the following contact Service Indication (SI)
details: Audio, video, image, text
contact details of the sender Service loading
contact details (e.g. number, Reading WAP push message
e-mail address) included in the
message as contact (page 40). I Select desired message
Note that you cannot receive and confirm with C.
a postal address. Read messages/information about
vCard: contact included in received data/software. Where re-
a message. quired start download.

Save sender/contact details Service loading message


Contact details included in a You can connect to the browser and
message are displayed in the download the service.
highlighted text. Numbers can be Load Press.
dialled immediately (A). Message with audio/video/image content
Options Open menu and select The message can contain attached
Add to Contacts. files. You can view/play and save the
To exist. contact attached content.
Select and confirm
with C.
Or
To a new contact
Select and confirm
with C. Select number/
address type (e.g. private
number) and confirm
with C.
Save vCard
Options Open menu and select
Save contact and confirm
with C.

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Message lists 69

Message lists
Messages are displayed the same as Edit Edit Message.
in the inbox (page 62). The most
recently edited/sent message is Send Send directly without
displayed at the top of the list. editing (at least one
recipient is added).
Drafts For standard functions see page 22.

C M Drafts Sent messages


The list is organised on two tabs:
SMS/MMS and e-mail. C M Sent messages
You can save a message as a draft The list contains all sent messages
while creating it. Messages are and is organised on two tabs:
saved as drafts automatically SMS/MMS and e-mail.
if transmission fails,
Send options
you close the clamshell while
creating a message, or Depending on the current situation,
different functions will be offered.
you start another application
while creating a message (e.g. I Select message.
you accept an incoming call). Options Open menu.

Draft e-mails are not synchronised with the View Read message.
server.
Voice call/ Start voice/video call
Video call to sender (if number
Draft options available).
Depending on the current situation, Forward E-mail: Create e-mail
different functions will be offered. and send it.
SMS/MMS: Select
I Select message.
SMS/MMS (menu de-
pends on selected
Options Open menu.
message type). Create
message and send it.
For standard functions see page 22.

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70 Message settings

Message settings
You can configure SMS, MMS, Recipient You can set a default re-
e-mails, cell broadcast (CB), voice cipient for the profile. Se-
mail and instant messages. lect Add from Contacts
and select contact/distri-
SMS settings bution list or enter
number.
C M Message settings Validity Select Maximum/
SMS Select function. period 1 week/1 day/12 hours/
1 hour. If SMS could not
SMS profiles be delivered during this
period, it is deleted from
The SMS parameters are configured message centre
in up to 5 different profiles. Profiles automatically.
can be renamed, edited and set as
default. Status report Select On/Off/Ask on
send. A status report is
Setting default profile sent when a message is
If profile is already configured: delivered successfully. If
Ask on send is activated,
I Select profile and press a prompt is displayed
Cto set profile as when SMS is sent.
default.
Send Select On/Off/Ask on
Edit profile confirmation send to set whether or
not a confirmation for suc-
I Select profile and press
cessfully sent messages
Edit to open editor.
is displayed.
I Select option (see table). SMS access Select GSM/GPRS mode
for sending/receiving
Select Press to edit option, SMS.
confirm setting with C.
SMS memory Select Phone/SIM as
The following options are displayed:
default save location for
Message incoming SMS.
Enter number of message
centre centre. SMS type Select delivery type.
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Message settings 71

Reset profile Auto delete SMS


I Select profile. If the function is activated, the oldest
SMS message in the Inbox will be
Options Open menu and select deleted upon arrival of a new SMS
Restore to default. message.
Yes Confirm request. On/Off Activate/deactivate and
The SMS profile is reset to an uncon- confirm with C.
figured state. If your provider has
locked a predefined profile, it cannot Emoticons
be reset. Emoticons are little symbols
(Smilies) expressing your feelings.
Auto header If the function is activated, emoti-
If the function is activated the Head- cons are automatically displayed
er template is automatically inserted as little pictures.
at the start of any created SMS. On/Off Activate/deactivate and
On/Off Activate/deactivate and confirm with C.
confirm with C.
Text size
Auto signature You can set the displayed size of
If the function is activated, the the text in the SMS Viewer.
Signature template is automatically Small/Standard/Large
inserted at the end of any created Select size and confirm
SMS. with C.
On/Off Activate/deactivate and
The message sent notification is dis-
confirm with C. played, when an SMS is transmitted suc-
cessfully to the SMS centre. The centre
Save sent items forwards the SMS to the recipient.
If the function is activated, all sent If the message was not transmitted to the
SMS messages are saved automati- SMS centre, you can retry once. If trans-
cally in the Sent folder (page 69). mission fails again, contact your service
provider.
On/Off Activate/deactivate and
confirm with C.

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72 Message settings

MMS settings Reset profile

C M Message settings I Select profile.


MMS Select function. Options Open menu and select
Restore to default.
MMS profiles
Yes Confirm request.
The MMS parameters are configured
in up to 5 different profiles. Profiles The MMS profile is reset to an uncon-
can be renamed, edited and set as figured state. If your provider has
default. You will receive the neces- locked a predefined profile, it cannot
sary data from your service provider be reset.
or via the "Setting Configurator"
(page 138). Home retrieval/Roaming retrieval
Setting default profile You can configure when new MMS
messages are to be downloaded
If profile is already configured: from the message server for Home
I Select profile and and Roaming retrieval.
press C to set profile The following settings are possible:
as default.
Edit profile Automatic Messages are automatical-
ly downloaded as soon as
I Select profile and press an MMS notification is
Edit to open editor. received.
I Select option and edit Always ask When an MMS notification
settings. is received, you are asked
The following options are displayed: whether to download it or
not.
Name Enter profile name. Restricted (only for Home state)
Connect. Select profile When an MMS notification
profile: (page 120). is received, only the notifi-
cation is displayed.
Internet profile: Select profile
(page 121). I Select option and confirm
Relayserver Enter Internet address. with C.
URL:
Secure rs URL: Enter Internet address.

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Message settings 73

Req. read report Hide number


If the function is activated, a report If the function is activated, your
is sent back when the recipient reads number is withheld from the
the MMS message for the first time. recipient.
Yes/No Activate/deactivate Yes/No Activate/deactivate
function and confirm function and confirm
with C. with C.

Req. deliv report Anon. messages


If the function is activated, a report If set to Reject, anonymous
is sent back when the recipient has MMS messages are rejected
downloaded the MMS message. automatically.
Yes/No Activate/deactivate Accept/Reject
function and confirm Select and confirm
with C. with C.

Delivery time Allow read report b


Select how long an MMS message If the function is activated, request-
should be held on the server before ed read reports are enabled.
sending it to the recipient. Yes/No Activate/deactivate
Immediate/7 days function and confirm
Select and confirm with C.
with C.
C Confirm the charge
notification.
Validity period
If an MMS message could not be de- Allow deliv report
livered during this period, it is delet- If the function is activated, request-
ed from the server automatically. ed delivery reports are enabled.
Maximum/1 week/2 days/1 day Yes/No Activate/deactivate
Select and confirm function and confirm
with C. with C.
C Confirm the charge
notification.

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74 Message settings

Creation mode Text size


You can restrict the content that can See SMS settings page 71.
be added to an MMS.
The following settings are possible: Max msg size
The size restriction affects down-
Free You can add any content to loaded and created MMS messages.
the MMS.
95 kb/195 kb/Network max
Warning You are warned when at- Select and confirm
tempting to add content to with C.
an MMS that cannot be
sent.
Restricted If you attempt to add con-
E-mail settings
tent that is not compliant Before using this service you must
(see above) an error mes- set the server access and your e-mail
sage is displayed. parameters. You will receive the nec-
essary data from the service provider
I Select option and confirm
or via the "Setting Configurator"
with C.
(page 138).
Auto signature The e-mail parameters are config-
See SMS settings page 71. ured in up to 5 different accounts.
One account might be predefined by
Save sent items your provider. You cannot edit pre-
defined accounts. You can activate,
See SMS settings page 71. edit or rename accounts.
Allow adverts Forwarded and answered e-mails use
If the function is deactivated, MMS- the account that was used to receive the
original e-mail.
based advertisements are automati-
cally rejected. C M Message settings
Yes/No Activate/deactivate E-mail Select function.
function and confirm
with C. Activating an account
If account is already configured:
Emoticons
See SMS settings page 71.
I Select account and
press C to activate.

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Message settings 75

Deleting an account User info


You can edit the following fields:
I Select account.
Your name: Your name.
Options Open menu and select
Delete. E-mail address: Your e-mail address
(name@domain.abc)
Yes Confirm warning request.
Reply-to Additional e-mail ad-
All e-mails in the Inbox, the Drafts and the address: dress to use for replies.
Sent folders and all attachments belonging
to the deleted account are deleted. User ID: Your login name for the
e-mail server.
Editing an account Password: Your password for the
The account settings are grouped e-mail server.
in the following areas: User Info, SMTP user ID: Your login name for the
Connection Info and Message the send server. Only if
preference. Additionally you can SMTP authenticate:
add/create a signature. is enabled in Connec-
tion info settings (see
Edit the account according to the below).
information from your provider.
SMTP Your password for the
I Select account. password: SMTP server.

Options Open menu and select


Edit.
User info/Connection info/Msg prefer-
ences/Add signature/
Create signature
Select and press Change
(see below).

I Navigate to input fields.


C Open/close input fields.

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76 Message settings

Connection info SMTP server: Enter the Internet


You can configure accounts with address of the send
two different receive server types: server.
POP3 and IMAP4. The configured SMTP server Enter port number of
accounts may have different server port: send server (default: 25).
types.
SMTP uses Select Yes/No to acti-
You can edit the following fields: SSL/TLS: vate/deactivate encryp-
Data service tion in communication
Select connection profile with the send server.
provider: (page 120).
SMTP Select Yes/No to acti-
Receive Select POP3/IMAP4. authenticate:
server type: vate/deactivate authenti-
cation on the send server.
POP3 server: If you want to use a POP3
server, enter the Internet Msg preferences
address of the receive You can edit the following fields:
server or leave the input
field empty. Download Select Only headers/
mode: Full message/Ask
POP3 server Enter the port number of user.
port: the POP3 receive server
(default: 110). Max msg size Enter maximum e-mail
(KB): size that is retrieved on
POP3 uses Select Yes/No to acti- the phone (in KB).
SSL/TLS: vate/deactivate encryp-
tion in communication Copy on (Only POP3 accounts)
with the POP3 server. serv.(POP3): Select Yes/No. If No is
selected, the e-mail is
IMAP4 server: If you want to use an
deleted on the server
IMAP4 server, enter the when it has been down-
Internet address of the re- loaded to the phone.
ceive server or leave the
input field empty. When del.ph. (Only POP3 accounts)
(POP3): Select Delete on serv./
IMAP4 server Enter the port number of Leave on srver.
port: the IMAP4 receive server If Delete on serv. is
(default: 143). selected, the e-mail is
IMAP4 uses Select Yes/No to acti- deleted on the server
SSL/TLS: vate/deactivate encryp- when it is deleted on the
tion for communication phone.
with the IMAP4 server. IMAP4 accounts always
delete e-mail on server
when deleted on phone.
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Message settings 77

Save sent Select Yes/No to save CB settings


message: a copy of the sent
e-mails in the local Sent C M Message settings
folder (page 69). Cell broadcast
To save sent e-mails Select function.
on server you should
set your own address Rec. broadcasts
as CC.
You can activate and deactivate the
Include orig on Select Yes/No to in- CB service. If the CB service is activat-
reply: clude the original text in ed, the standby time for the phone
the reply message or will be reduced.
not.
On/Off Select and confirm
Req. deliv. Select Yes/No. with C.
receipt:
Request read Select Yes/No. Cell info display
receipt: You can select whether or not the
Add signature local cell information should be
displayed in standby mode.
F Select No e-mail/
New e-mail/All e-mails and On/Off Select and confirm
confirm with C. with C.
Create signature
The signature may span multiple
lines.
J Enter signature and
confirm with C.

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78 Message settings

Topic list Inst. message settings


You can configure the types of
broadcast messages you want to C M Message settings
receive. The list of configured topics Instant messaging
is displayed. You can add/remove Open Inst. message settings
topics. (page 86).
Options Open menu.
Topic status Select
Receive: New messages
are received and stored
in the Inbox. No notifica-
tion is displayed.
Receive and notify:
New messages are re-
ceived and stored in the
Inbox. A notification is
displayed in standby
mode (page 62).
Do not receive:
Messages on this topic
are rejected.
Add topic by Enter topic index number.
index
Remove Delete list entry.
topic

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Instant messaging 79

Instant messaging b Manual login


When you start Instant messaging
C M Instant messaging and the phone is not connected to
This function allows text-based con- a server, you are asked to login.
versation with one or more users Your service provider supplies you
who are also registered for this serv- with your account information.
ice. This function is not offered by all User ID: Enter your user name for
service providers. Please refer to Instant message service.
your service provider for further in-
formation. H Switch to next line.
Your dialogue partners are entered
in the contact lists. When a connec- Password: Enter password for In-
tion has been established, these lists stant message service.
show who is available, whether they C Press to establish a con-
want to be disturbed and what mood nection to server. The
they are in. account information is
saved.
Logging in/out If the connection is established suc-
cessfully and no Alias has been en-
You have to login to use the applica-
tered yet a notification is displayed.
tion. If you are logged in, you are
online. C Confirm to enter Alias.
Symbol is displayed in top
Alias: Enter name that should
line of display if you are
online. be displayed in the con-
versation window for the
Symbol is changed to if a new other user to see, and
message or an invitation is received. confirm with C. Alias
is saved automatically.

The saved account information is dis-


played when you start Instant message
again. You can edit information.
If you are already online, login and alias
are not requested when you start Instant
message.

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80 Instant messaging

Auto login Tabs overview


If auto login is activated (page 87), When you are online the following
the phone uses saved account infor- tabs are displayed:
mation (see above) to establish a
connection to the server when the Online contacts
phone is powered on. Conversations
Contacts
Closing Instant messaging/
Info messages
logging out
Options Open menu and select Online contacts
Exit. This is a filtered list of all Instant
Logout and exit/Exit message contacts that are currently
Select whether or not you online.
want to log out when The icon indicates the availability:
closing the application.
Green: Contact is available
When closing the clamshell the ap-
plication is closed. The connection to Yellow: Contact is busy.
the server is not affected by closing When a contact is highlighted, the
the clamshell. text of the user is displayed in the
Instant message in offline state b second line.
If you are offline, a new instant mes- Conversations
sage or a conversation invitation is
sent either via SMS or via WAP push Active (group) conversations are
message (page 62). listed. Up to 5 conversations can
be active at the same time.
The messages are stored on the
server temporarily. New conversations are listed as soon
as you receive an invitation message
If you want to join the conversation (page 82). To start, end and view
you have to start the Instant mes- conversations see page 82.
sage application and log in. The info
message is displayed as soon as you Contacts
are online (page 84).
Instant message contacts are
stored within the Instant message
application and on the Instant mes-
sage server. To create a new Instant
message contact you may browse
the contacts application.
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Instant messaging 81

Availability is indicated in the same Authorisation message


way as in the online contacts list If the user you want to add to your
(see page 80). contact list has restricted the access
Add new contact to the contact data, the presence is
You can enter either a mobile not available immediately. A request
number or the Instant message ID. is sent to the user. If the user con-
firms the request an authorisation
<Add new contct> message is sent. Presence is
Select and confirm displayed.
with C.
As long as presence cannot be dis-
I Navigate to input fields. played, the contact is not listed in
the online contacts (page 80).
Nickname: Enter name (optional).
Select: Select Phone number:/ Info messages
Messenger ID:. Info messages can be authorisation
Entry: Enter number/ID. messages or server messages (e.g.
knock service messages if availability
Options Open menu and select
of a user changes, page 87).
Save.
Info messages are stored automati-
To browse the contacts application press cally if you ignore an info message or
Options and select Contacts. if you are offline. Info messages are
purged if you logout or exit the
Find new users
application.
Options Open menu and select
Find new users.
Starting/viewing/ending
J Enter search criteria. conversations
Options Open menu and select Instant messages are exchanged be-
Search. tween users in ongoing conversa-
The results are listed by messenger tions. You can join up to 5 conversa-
ID. tions. Active conversations are listed
on the Conversations tab (page 80).
Options Open menu and select
New search to configure
new search criteria.

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82 Instant messaging

Start conversation Open text input field


You can initiate a new conversation During a conversation you can open
from any tab within the Instant the input field by pressing C or
message application. any key 1-9.
Options Open menu and select If you do not enter text for about
Start conversation. 15 seconds, the input field disappears.
Enter text Already entered text is saved and dis-
J (up to 500 digits). played when you open the input field the
next time.
Options Open menu and select You cannot switch between conversa-
Send. tions while the input field is open.
If a single contact is selected, mes-
sage is sent directly. View convers.
If several contacts are selected or Options Open menu and select
if you invite additional users to an View convers..
ongoing conversation (page 83), Each ongoing conversation is dis-
a conversation request is sent to played on its own tab. The name
each user. The invited users have of the contact/group the conversa-
to accept the request in order to tion is with is displayed as the con-
join the conversation. If user ac- versation title.
cepts, message is sent. If user re-
jects invitation, you receive a The date/time of the conversation is
reject notification. displayed once at the top. The dia-
logue is displayed including pic-
If no contact is selected, the tures/URLs. Numbers, vCard and oth-
Invite contact option is started er saveable objects are highlighted
automatically (page 83). automatically. Sent messages are
A notification message is sent if the marked with <, incoming messages
user is currently offline. Depending are marked with >.
on your provider, sent messages I Scroll conversation
may be stored on the server until the dialogue.
user logs in.
Press and hold: Accelerate
scrolling.
F Navigate to conversation
tabs.

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Instant messaging 83

View conversation options menu Invite contacts


Depending on the current situation, During an ongoing conversation or
different functions will be offered. at the start of a new conversation
Options Open menu. you may invite contacts to join in.
Options Open menu and select
Dial If number is highlight- Invite contacts. All contacts
ed: Dial number or are displayed. The
press j to make
availability is indicated
a video call.
(page 80).
Send e-mail If e-mail address is Select contact(s) and con-
highlighted: Create J firm with OK to start con-
e-mail.
versation with selected
Open link If URL is highlighted: contacts (page 80).
Start browser and
load URL (page 89). End conversations
Enter text Open text input field. Options Open menu and select
End conversation. The con-
Insert emoticons Select emoticon.
versation is closed.
Invite contacts Select contact
(page 83).
Participants List of users currently
participating in the
conversation is dis-
played (see below).
Next call/ Switch between
Previous convers. conversation tabs.
Further options on page 85.

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84 Instant messaging

Receiving conversations Receive authorisation request


Depending on your setting
Alerts (page 86) you may receive a notifi-
cation if a user attemps to access
An alert notification is displayed your presence details.
when you receive a new message or
a conversation request (page 82). View Press to view the request.
Authorise
If alerts are activated (page 84), the in-
formation is also displayed when Instant Options Open menu and select
message is not open but you are online Authorise & add if the
(whether or not the clamshell is closed). user should be able to
If you already join 5 ongoing conversa- access your details.
tions a notification for incoming messag- If the user is not yet saved as a con-
es or invitations is displayed. If you want
to join a new conversation you have to tact, the contact is saved automati-
end an ongoing conversation first. cally.
If the clamshell is closed, an alert is dis- Block
played on the outer display. Open the
clamshell to view/accept the conversa- Options Open menu and select
tion. Press if you want to ignore/re- Block contact if the user
ject the message. should not be able to
Unlike info messages, alerts not stored. access your details.
The user is added to the Block list
Receive message
(page 86) automatically.
View Press if you want to
view the conversation Delete notification
immediately (page 82). Options Open menu and select
Or Delete message.
Ignore Press if you want to view The user is not able to access your
conversation later. details but is not added to the block
list.
Receive invitation message
Accept Press if you want to join
the conversation.
Or
Reject Press if you want to reject
the invitation.

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Unknown user Contact Display Instant message


If you receive a message from a user details details of the highlighted
who is not saved in your contacts, a contact (Name, Instant
notification is displayed. The contact message ID, Mobile
number and knock alert
is added to your contact list auto- status). Press Edit to
matically when you accept the con- open editor (page 81).
versation or answer the message.
You can also add unknown users to Add to Confirm safety prompt to
the block list (page 86). Contacts add user to contacts
(page 80).
If the warning message
Inst. message options should not be displayed
menu again, select Options
Don't show again.
Depending on the current situation,
different functions will be offered. Add to block Confirm notification.
list User is blocked
These functions can be applied to
(page 86).
the entry currently selected as well
as to multiple selected entries. My online Set presence attributes
status (see below).
Options Open menu.
Settings Open Settings menu
Start Start conversation with (page 86).
conversation selected contact(s)
(page 82). Standard functions see page 22.
End Initial message: Reject My online status
conversation request.
Ongoing conversation: You can configure your online sta-
End conversation. tus, text, mood.
View convers. Display conversation tab I Navigate to input fields.
(page 80).
Online status:
Online stat. Display presence details
data Select Available/Busy.
(name, status, text and
mood) of the highlighted My text: Enter text.
contact.
My mood: Select mood.
Options Open menu and select
Save.

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86 Instant messaging

Settings Add notifications


Some settings are only available if You can configure whether or not
you are logged into the server. other users have open access to your
presence information (e.g. your con-
My details tact details).
Alias: Select and open editor
If Receive notific'n is activated, a noti-
with Edit. Enter/edit alias
fication is displayed when other us-
(page 79) and confirm
ers try to access your details.
with C.
If Auth. required is activated, other us-
Messenger ID b ers need your authorisation to ac-
Depending on your provider you cess your details.
may not be able to change the In-
Receive notific'n/No notification/
stant message ID. If you want to edit
Auth. required
the ID, you will have to log out and
Select and confirm
enter the new ID during manual
with C.
login (page 79).
Alerts
Watcher list
You can configure whether a notifi-
All remote users are listed who have
cation is displayed when you receive
you on their contact list. Note that
new messages while Instant mes-
the list also contains users you have
sage is not open and you are online.
already blocked.
When you are in the Instant message
Block list application, new message prompts
All remote users are listed who are are always displayed.
blocked from contacting you.
If Knock service is enabled, you will
Remove user from block list: be notified when a contacts availa-
Options Open menu and select bility status changes from offline or
Unblock. busy to available. If the clamshell is
closed, the notification is displayed
on the outer display.
I Navigate to input fields.

Convers. requests
Select On/Off to activate/
deactivate alert.

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Info messages Server b


Select On/Off to activate/ You can configure the server you use
deactivate alert. for Instant Messages. Depending on
Knock service your provider you may not be able to
Select On/Off to configure edit the server data.
alert. Changes will take effect after log-
Options Open menu and select ging out and logging in again.
Save.
I Navigate to input fields.
Sounds
You can switch sounds on/off. The Server: Enter IP address or
settings directly correlate to the ring- domain.
tone settings (page 114). Port: Enter number of the com-
munication port, e.g. 80.
I Navigate to input fields.
Connect. profile:/Internet profile:
Receiving msgs Select profile (page 120).
Select On/Off to acti- Auto login: Select On startup/Off to
vate/deactivate alert for activate/deactivate auto
new received messages. login.
Sending messages Options Open menu and select
Select On/Off to acti- Save.
vate/deactivate alert
for sent messages. Display data services:
Alert messages Options Open menu and select
Select On/Off to acti- Data services.
vate/deactivate alert for
all notifications including
knock alerts.
Options Open menu and select
Save.

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88 Voice mail

Voice mail b
On/Off Select and confirm
with C.
Most service providers supply you The service provider supplies you
with a mailbox in which a caller can with two numbers:
leave a voice mail for you if
Save mailbox number
your phone is switched off or not
You call this number to listen to the
ready to receive,
voice mails left for you.
you do not want to answer,
H/ J
you are making a phone call (and Select number from con-
if Call waiting (page 123) is not tacts or enter/change it
activated). and confirm with C.
If the voice mail service is not part of Save call divert number
your service provider's standard
Calls are diverted to this number.
package, you will need to register for
it, and possibly set the voice mail J Enter number.
manually. The following sequence
may vary from service provider to Or
service provider. C Open menu and select
Mailbox. Adopt number or
Settings enter if necessary.

C M Voicemail Listening to messages


If the number is not yet entered: A new voice message may be
announced as:
Yes Confirm request to open
input field. Icon plus beep or
Or open editor via main menu: Notification via SMS or
You receive a call with an
C M Message settings automatic announcement.
Voicemail
Call your mailbox and play the
Voicemail no.: message(s) back.
J Enter number and
Open the clamshell to use the
confirm with C.
keypad.
Notification
You can activate and deactivate dis-
1 Press and hold (if neces-
sary enter mailbox) and
play of a message notifying of new confirm.
voice mail entries.
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Internet 89

Internet
COSelect function. Bookmarks list
Or Display the list of bookmarks stored
k Press the key to start the in the phone.
browser.
I Select the bookmark and
Get the latest information from the confirm with Cto call
Internet that is specifically adapted up URL.
to the display options of your phone.
In addition, you can download
games and applications to your History
phone. Internet access may require Display the list of most recently visit-
registration with the service ed Internet domains and pages. Up
provider. to 10 domains and 30 pages per
The browser is activated with the domain can be stored.
preset option as soon as you call up
the function. Browser settings
I Select the history entry.
(page 89) may be specified/pre- C Call up the URL.
assigned by the service provider.
Standard functions see page 22.
Enter URL
Browser settings
J Enter URL.
Change the settings of the browser.
Options Open menu and select Go. I Select one of following
Start the browser and display the en- functions:
tered Internet site.
Multimedia
Changing the prefix Choose whether or not to download
Options Open menu and select images, sounds or objects embed-
Prefix. ded on the Internet pages.

J Enter URL prefix I Navigate to functions.


(e.g. http://).
Images Select Show images/
Don't show.

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90 Internet

Sounds Select Play sounds/ Security


Don't play.
Objects Select Dwnld objects/
I Navigate to functions.
Don't downld. Secure prompt
Options Open menu and select Select Yes/No. Display
Save. a security request when
leaving a page with se-
Look and feel cure connection to enter
a page that is non-secure.
I Navigate to functions. ID cache Select Enable service/Disa-
ble service. Set whether or
Font size Select Small/Medium/Large. not the browser should
Text wrap Select Char. bounds./Word store your user ID and
bounds.. password.
Scroll step Select Single line/Half page/ Cookies Select Enabled/Disabled
Whole page. Set the incre- to activate/deactivate
ment by which pages are cookies.
scrolled when navigating Link referral
within the Internet page. Allow the current page to
Connection timeout see previous URL. Select
Set the maximum wait Allow/Do not allow.
time for the web re-
sponse. Select 60 seconds/ Certificates
90 seconds/No timeout. Display the list of stored certificates.
Title region Current
Set whether or not to
Display the current certificate
show title region of
information.
phone when browsing.
Select Show/Don't show. Certificates list
Options Open menu and select I Select certificate.
Save.
C Display the selected cer-
tificate information, e.g.
serial number, algorithm,
validity period.
Options Open menu and select
Enable/Disable for the
highlighted certificate.
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Internet 91

WAP push Name: Enter profile name.


You can accept or reject message re- Internet profile/Connection profile
quests from trusted and untrusted Select profile (page 121).
sources. If Ask first is set, you can de- Start page Set current URL as start-
cide for each message request page for the profile.
whether or not the content should
Options Open menu and select
be loaded.
Save.
I Navigate to functions. Reset profile
Trusted content/Untrusted content I Select profile.
Select Fetch content/
Ignore/Ask first. Options Open menu and select
Reset profile.
Lockout time
Enter lockout time Yes Confirm request.
(in seconds) and The browser profile is reset to an un-
confirm with C. configured state. If your provider has
Options Open menu and locked a predefined profile, it cannot
select Save. be reset.

Browser profiles Browser options


You can choose one of 5 browser Options Open menu.
profiles. A browser profile is a super-
set of an Internet profile, a connec- Go Load entered URL.
tion profile, a startpage URL and the
Prefix Change URL prefix.
show/hide title region setting.
The current browser profile is Home Call up the pre-set
marked. homepage for the
current profile.
Activate profile
Bookmarks Display the list of stored
I Select profile and confirm list bookmarks.
with C.
Add Edit bookmarks. Enter
Edit profile bookmark name and address and
Options Open menu and select whether to save the
select Edit. bookmark for offline
browsing.
I Navigate to input fields.

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92 Internet

Update Ending a connection


(only if offline bookmark)
bookmark Reload bookmark. B Press to end the connec-
tion and close the browser.
Enter URL Enter the URL for direct di-
al to an Internet address. Navigation in the browser
Save items Show the list of items (im- C Select a link (if link is a
ages/sounds) of current phone numer, initiate call).
page.Select Save from Settings, status on/off.
options menu. Select save
location and save select- Back Press to go back a page.
ed item in My stuff folder
(page 110). I One input field/link for-
ward/back.
History Display recently visited Scroll one line.
pages (page 89).
F Tab through active content
Forward Load the following page in (links on page).
the current session, if
there is one. Entering special characters
Reload page Reload the current page. */ 0
Select special characters.
Send link Display the URL of the
current page for sending The Internet browser is under licence of:
via SMS/MMS/e-mail.
Privacy Clear cache, Clear cook-
ies or Clear history and
confirm with C.
Set as Set the current page as
startpage browser startpage and Download
confirm with C.
Downloads are offered on the Inter-
Settings Open browser settings net. Once downloaded, the content
(page 89). is available to you on the phone.
About Display information on You cannot download more than
browser, e.g. version. one content at the same time.
For standard functions see page 22. Closing the clamshell does not affect
ongoing downloads.

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Internet 93

There are 3 categories of downloads: Java Application Manager (JAM)


Web browsing. Display the list of Java applications
Open Mobile Alliance (OMA): currently available on the phone and
Download of the media content manage those applications.
that has associated digital rights. I Select application.
Normally you have to pay for the
Options Open menu.
content. The Browser interacts
with the DRM (page 20) while Depending on the application select-
downloading. ed, different options are available:
Java applications are decrypted Select Open the selected link.
and processed by the Java Appli-
cation Manager (JAM). When you Launch Launch the selected appli-
start the download, JAM is started cation, that has been fully
automatically (see below). installed.
Open suite Select MIDlet application
To start the browser, see page 89. from the MIDlet suite.
If the downloaded content type is not
supported, a request is displayed. Move Move the MIDlet application
Confirm if you want to continue the to another folder.
download.
Attributes Display the MIDlet applica-
If you download an application you have
to confirm the signer of the application tion information, e.g.name/
before the download is started. version.
If you quit the browser while download- Security Edit the security settings of
ing: Confirm request if you would like the MIDlet application (see
to continue downloading in the back- page 94).
ground.
When the download is completed, you Reinstall Download and reinstall the
can either continue browsing or open the MIDlet application (update).
downloaded content and use it (e.g. set
picture as wallpaper, play sound/video). Java Select connection profile
settings (page 120).
Downloaded content is listed in the
corresponding folder in My stuff For standard functions see page 22.
(page 110). You can select to save
downloaded applications in the folder
games or applications.

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94 Internet

Security You can use the browser to download applica-


I Navigate to input fields.
tions (e.g. ringtones, games, pictures, anima-
tions) from the Internet.
BenQ Mobile excludes all warranty and liability
Application is: claims in respect of or in connection with any ap-
Select Trusted/Untrusted. plications subsequently installed by the customer
and any software not included in the original deliv-
Send/rec. message:/Internet access: ery package. This also applies to functions ena-
Select the security per- bled subsequently at the customer's instigation.
mission for the applica- The purchaser bears sole risk for the loss of,
tion. Available settings damage to, and any defects arising in, this device
are: Allow always/Ask at or the applications and for any direct damage or
consequential damage of whatever nature result-
start/Ask each time/Never ing from the use of this application. For technical
Allow. reasons, such applications and subsequent ena-
bling of certain functions are lost in the event of
the device being replaced/re-supplied and may
be lost if it is repaired. In such cases, the buyer is
required to download or enable the application
again. Please ensure that your phone has Digital
Rights Management (DRM) so that downloaded
applications are protected from unauthorised re-
production. These applications are then exclu-
sively intended for your phone and cannot be
transferred from this even to create a backup.
BenQ Mobile offers no warranty or guarantee nor
does it accept any liability for the customer's abili-
ty to download or enable applications again or to
do so free of charge. We recommend that you
carry out a backup from time to time of the appli-
cations on your Windows PC using the "Mobile
Phone Manager"
(www.BenQ-Siemens.com/ef81).

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Games
C
Games are offered on the Internet.
You can download games to the
phone (page 92). Once download-
ed, these are available to you via
the phone.
Some games are already pre-in-
stalled on your phone. You will
find these listed here:
www.BenQ-Siemens.com/ef81

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96 Organiser

Organiser
Calendar Weekly view
Events are shown as vertical bars of
C Q Calendar different colours on the horizontal
You can enter events in the calendar. hour division. The first 2 upcoming
The time and date must be set for events for the current day are dis-
the calendar to work correctly. played below the calendar.
AM/PM or 24 h display depends on
your settings (page 129).
F One day forward/back or
one week forward/back if
The calendar offers you 3 views: dai- Monday or Saturday is
ly, weekly and monthly. When you highlighted.
switch the view, the current hour/
day/week is marked.
I Forward/back one hour
through the day.

Daily view C Display daily view for


highlighted day.
Display events of the current day.
You can scroll from 12 AM to 11 PM. Monthly view
A vertical line indicates the event du-
Events are shown as a horizontal line
ration.
at the bottom of the day slot. Week
F One day forward/back. numbers are displayed in the first
column. The first 2 upcoming events
I One hour forward/back. for the current day are displayed be-
low the calendar.
C Edit/New event
F One day forward/back
(page 98).
or one month forward/
Birthdays are displayed with subject back if first or last day is
"Birthday" in a single hour slot at the day highlighted.
start time (page 97). If a birthday event
is highlighted, press C to open the I One row up/down
or one month forward/
contact.
back if first or last row is
highlighted.
C Display daily view for
highlighted day.

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Organiser 97

Calendar options Settings


Depending on the current view dif- Options Open menu and select
ferent functions are offered. Settings.
Options Open menu. I Navigate to functions.
Delete event Non-repeating event:
Confirm with Yes. Default repeat
Set the default repeat state for newly
Repeating event: Select
This occurrence/ created events.
All occurrences. F Select the required time
e.g. Daily frame and confirm
Switch to the daily/weekly/
view monthly view. with C.
Possible settings are: Never, Daily,
Go to date Enter the date and con-
Weekly, Monthly, Yearly.
firm.
Synchronise Default alarm mode
Initiate the synchronisa-
tion of the calendar Set the default alarm state for newly
(page 99). created events.
Settings Open the calendar set- F Select the required time
tings (see below). span before the event
and confirm with C.
Delete events Delete all events of the
day/week/month.Confirm To set the ringtone see page 114.
with Yes. If there are re-
peating events, only the Day start time
current event is deleted.
Set the time displayed on the first
For standard functions see page 22. line in the daily/weekly view.
F Select time and confirm
with C.

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98 Organiser

New event/Edit event Information on the alarm


Events are displayed in all calendar When the set date and time of the
views. Overlapping events are dis- event are reached an audio and
played in parallel as different a visual alarm occur.
vertical bars.
Reset alarm
Options Open menu and select
New event/Edit event. Select the snooze option.

If you edit a repeating event, select wheth- Or (if the clamshell is open)
er you want to save changes to the high- Snooze Select the snooze option.
lighted event or to all occurrences and Reset the alarm for
confirm with C. 10 minutes.
I Navigate to input fields. End alarm

Subject: Enter description of event Disable the alarm.


(max. one line). You can also end the alarm tone by
Start date:/Start time: opening/closing the clamshell.
Select the date/time when Or (if the clamshell is open)
event starts.
Off Disable the alarm.
End date:/End time:
Select the date/time when Launch calendar
event ends. If an event is alerted you can
Alarm:/Repeat: launch the calendar by opening the
Default setting is selected clamshell.
(page 97). You can Or (if the clamshell is open)
change the alarm/repeat
for the current event.
C Launch the calendar and
display the event.
Done Save the event.
An alarm sounds even when the phone
is switched off.The phone does not go to
standby mode. To deactivate it press
any key.

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Organiser 99

Dictat. machine Remote sync


You can configure up to 5 profiles
C Q Dictat. machine for remote synchronisation. Before
Use the function to record short you start the synchronisation,
memos. check Active profile, Sync mode and
Use your phone as a dictating Apps to synchronise (see below).
machine when on the move. Initiate the synchronisation. The
Record a memo as a reminder or computer is selected and synchroni-
as a note for others. sation started. When completed, the
actions which have been performed
To start/play back recording see are displayed.
sound recorder (page 104).
Memos are saved in *.amr format in If an error message is displayed, correct
sound the folder (page 110). respective settings.
If you accept/establish a call during sny-
chronisation, the synchronisation might
Time zones be stopped depending on your network.
Closing the clamshell does not affect an
C Q Time zones ongoing synchronisation.
You can select the time zone in the
world map or the city list (page 129). Active profile
I Select profile you want to
Remote sync use for synchronisation
and confirm with C.
C Q Remote sync Edit profile
Select function.
You can use this function remotely I Select profile.
to access externally filed data (ad-
dresses, calendar) and synchronise Options Open menu and select
these with the data on your phone. Edit profile.
The data can, for example, be saved I Navigate to input fields.
on a company computer.
Provider: Select a service provider.
If you receive a update request via WAP
push (page 68), you have to confirm the URL: Enter the URL that points
update to initiate it. to SyncML server, e.g.:
//path.to/syncmlserver

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100 Organiser

Port: Enter the port number to Sync mode


connect with the SyncML
server (1 to 65535). I Navigate to input fields.
Username: Enter your login name.
Data to sync:
Password: Enter your password Select whether All data or
(shown as a series of only Modified data is to
asterisks). be transferred during
Cont.database: synchronisation.
Enter the path to the Sync direction:
contact database on the Select the direction in
synchronisation server. which synchronisation is
Cal. database: to occur. Possible
Enter the path to the cal- settings: Two-way,
endar database on the Mob.overwrite,
synchronisation server. Serv.overwrite
HTTP authent.: Apps to synchronise
Enable/disable HTTP
authentication. Select C Check/Uncheck highlight-
No/Yes. ed item. Select the data
type: Contacts, Calendar
HTTP usrname:
or both.
Enter your user name
when HTTP authent.: Done Press to confirm.
is active.
Sync log
HTTP passwd:
Enter your password Display a summary of the latest syn-
when HTTP authent.: is chronisation. The log indicates
active (shown as a series whether the synchronisation at-
of asterisks). tempt was successful, e.g. date, time
and details about the synchronised
Restore defaults application.
Options Open menu and select
Restore defaults. You can synchronise via Bluetooth or
USB. For original Accessories, e.g. Data
Cable, see page 147. During the synchro-
nisation all applications are locked.

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Extras 101

Extras
My menu If Assign speed dial is selected, the
contacts list is opened. Select a con-
Create your own menu with fre- tact. If the contacts list is empty,
quently used functions, phone num- select Initialising... to create a new
bers from the contact list or applica- contact.
tions. The list of 10 entries is preset.
You can, however, change it as you
wish. SIM toolkit (optional) b

Using C S SIM toolkit


Your service provider may offer
I Select an entry. special applications such as mobile
banking, share prices, etc. via the
C Confirm. SIM card.
Or If you have such a SIM card, the
SIM services will appear in the main
A If the selected entry is a
menu under "Extras" or directly
phone number, you can
above the softkey (on the left).
also call it with the call
key. U Symbol for SIM services.
Change menu Where there are several applications,
You can replace each entry with an- these are displayed in a SIM services
other entry from the selection list. menu. With the SIM services menu,
your phone can support future addi-
I Select an entry. tions in your service provider's user
package. For further information,
Change Press to open the please contact your service provider.
function list.
I Select the new entry from
the list.

C Confirm to save the entry.

If None is selected, the assignment is


cleared from the list.

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102 Extras

Alarm clock End alarm


The alarm will ring at the set time,
C S Alarm clock even when the ringtone or the
The alarm clock can be set for each phone is switched off. If the phone is
day of the week separately. switched on by the alarm, it wont
switch off again if you end the alarm.
Set alarm
Reset alarm
I Select day of the week. Stop the alarm tone, and
reset it for 10 minutes.
Options Open menu and select Set
Or (if the clamshell is open)
alarm.
Snooze Stop the alarm tone, and
J Set time (hh:mm). reset it for 10 minutes.
Options Open menu and select The original time of the alarm is not
Save. The saved alarm is changed.
activated automatically. End alarm

The alarm will ring with the set melody and End alarm.
volume, page 114.
You can also end the alarm tone by
Apply every day opening/closing the clamshell.
Or (if the clamshell is open)
Options Open menu and select
Apply every day. Off End alarm.
The alarm remains active and will
Options alarm clock occur at the same time in one week.
Options Open menu.
Display in standby mode:
alarm clock is turned on.
Set alarm Edit currently highlighted
alarm and save it (see
above).
Turn on/ If alarm is off, turn is on
Turn off and vice versa.
Apply every Use the time of the high-
day lighted alarm for every day
of the week.
For standard functions see page 22.

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Extras 103

Calculator Unit converter


C S Calculator CS Unit converter
The calculator can be used in a basic You can convert various amounts in-
version and with an advanced range to other units.
of functions. The input line and two
calculation lines (including the ma- Converting the units/currency
trix with the calculation functions)
are located in the top display half. F Select the source unit/
currency.
J Enter digit(s). H Switch to the input field.
F/I
Navigate to functions. J Enter the quantity to be
converted.
C Select function.
H Switch to the selection
field.
J Enter digit(s).
F Select the target amount/
C Use function. The result is currency. The result is
calculated and displayed displayed.
immediately.
You can use both input fields alter-
nately.
Basic functions
+, -, *, / Basic calculator types C Opens the calculator with
the current converted
= Result value.
1/x Reversion Special key functions:
% Convert to percentage
. Decimal point * Set decimal point.
Sign change "+"/ "" # Change sign.
Options Expansion of the range of
functions:
x Square root
2
x Square
e Exponent
MS Save displayed number
MR Call up saved number
M+ Insert number from memory
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104 Extras

Currency C Press to start recording. A


brief tone sounds when
When you call up the function, you
the recording starts.
must enter a basic currency into
which the conversions are to be C Pause/record alternately.
made.
Done End recording.
J Enter currency
(e.g. euro). The recording is saved in a file in
Save Store entry. .wav format with a time stamp in the
sounds folder (page 110).
Enter the name and the exchange
rate of the currency to be converted. If the sound recorder was started
from another application, e.g. Media
Player, you return to that state
Sound recorder automatically.
CS Sound recorder A brief tone sounds when the remaining
Use the sound recorder to record time available is less then 5 sec.
noises and tones for use as ring Closing the Clamshell exits the applica-
tones. Tone recording is normally tion. The record is saved automatically.
started by other applications/func- An incomming call ends recording. The
record is saved automatically.
tions such as the "Media Player".
If available memory is insufficient, re-
cording is not started. If phone runs out
New recording of memory during recording, recording
Record new stops. An corresponding message is
Select. displayed.
If a Micro SD Card is inserted
(page 13), select save location: Playback
Phone memory/Card I Select recording.
Select default save
location and confirm C Playback/pause,
with C. alternately.
The remaining recording time Stop Stop playback.
as well as the available time are For volume settings and additional
displayed. options see media player
(page 107).

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Extras 105

Stopwatch Lap mode


While the stopwatch is running, the
C S Stopwatch lap mode is available (see above). In
Use the stopwatch to measure time lap mode, a lap is counted as the
or to save intermediate times. time between subsequent key
presses.
C Start/Stop/Restart.
The stopwatch continues to run and
Lap When stopwatch is run- is displayed above the laps.
ning: Switch to lap mode. Lap Save lap time.
After a stop: C Start/Stop/Restart
Reset Reset time to zero. stopwatch.
After a stop:
Reset Reset lap times to zero.
99 laps can be saved. The last 6 laps
are displayed.

Exit Stop and exit application.


i Exit application, but
stopwatch continues to run.
Closing the Clamshell exits the applica-
tion, as well. The stopwatch does not
continue when the clamshell is closed.

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106 Media player

Media player
You can use the audio playback with An incoming call puts playback in the
the Media player also if the clamshell background automatically (page 25).
is closed. Closing the clamshell extis the Media
Viewing pictures and video stream- player except if the music tab is selected
ing/playback is only possible if the or during audio playback.
clamshell is open. If audio playback was started from an-
other application (e.g. My stuff), the
Media player as well as the other
Start the Media player application is closed if you close the
clamshell.
Clamshell closed
: Select to open the music Music
tab of the Media player.
The music tab includes MP3 and AAC
You access directly the Music tab. files. For fast access, the tracks are
sorted by the following categories:
Clamshell open Playlists: Display configured/new
C playlists (page 107).
When you view a picture/video or lis- Recent: Display the 20 most
ten to a melody, the application (e.g. recently played tracks (up to 25).
Camera, Messages, My stuff) starts All: Display all saved tracks sorted
the media player automatically. by track name.
The media player functions are ac-
If you close the clamshell the current list is
cessible via 4 tabs: Music, Pictures,
displayed on the outer display.
Videos and Bookmarks.

F Select tab.
The media player contains files
stored on the phone memory
as well as files stored on the Micro
SD Card (those files are marked).

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Media player 107

Playback The media player offers the follow-


ing functions during music playback:
Clamshell closed
(Only if the Media player is in the foreground) C Playback/Pause depend-
ing on current state.
/ Select track/playlist and F Press briefly: Skip to
confirm with / .
previous/next track.
The playback is started. At the end
Press and hold: Rewind/
of the track, the next track in the
fast forward within the
list/playlist is played automatically.
current track (not within
/ Playback/pause depend- live stream).
ing on current state.
During playback: I Set the volume.

+/ - Control volume. To change the volume setting, the audio


playback has to be in the foreground, see
If playback is paused: task switching (page 25).
/ (not within live stream)
Skip to previous/next Create new playlist
track or rewind/forward (Only if the clamshell is open)
within track.
You can order several tracks in
End playback and return
to music tab.
playlists.
Playlists Select category on the top
Clamshell open level of the music tab and
I Select track/playlist confirm with C.
(page 107) and confirm <New playlist>
with C. Select and confirm
The playback is started. At the end with C.
of the track, the next track in the Enter name and confirm
list/playlist is played automatically. J with C.
If playback was started from another appli- Add files to playlist via the options
cation, e.g. My Stuff, playback stops at the menu (page 109).
end of the track.

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108 Media player

Pictures Bookmarks
(Only if the clamshell is open) The Bookmarks tab shows a listing of
All files are listed with thumbnail, up to 30 streaming content links on
file name and size. the phone and Micro SD Card. Each
URL must correspond to a single on-
Display picture line audio/video file. These book-
marks are not listed as browser
I Select file and confirm
bookmarks.
with C.
The first line of each item is the
The following functions can be
name of the bookmark. When select-
applied to a displayed picture:
ed, a second line with the URL/path
C Switch to full screen to the online content is displayed.
mode.
I Select bookmark and con-
I Skip to previous/next firm with C. Start Play-
picture in the directory. back music/video directly
If started from another application, from bookmark (live
e.g. MMS, skip to previous/next stream).
picture of that folder. Music/Video is downloaded. To en-
sure a continuous playback, the data
Videos is buffered on the phone. The play-
back starts about 5 seconds after the
(Only if the clamshell is open) connection was established. The
I Select file and confirm buffer progress is displayed before
with C. and during playback.
The media player offers the follow- For volume settings, see music
ing functions for video playback: playback (page 107).
C Playback/Pause depend- If you close the clamshell after having
ing on current state. started an audio streaming, the stream-
F (not within live stream) ing continues. Video streaming is
stopped if you close the clamshell.
Rewind/Fast forward if
supported. You cannot pause an audio/video live
stream.
# Press to enter full screen
mode.
For volume settings, see music
playback (page 107).

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Media player 109

Media Player options Bookmark selected


(Only if the clamshell is open) Settings Select connection profile
Different functions are offered (page 120).
Press Options to open
depending on the starting situation
menu and select Save.
and the selected object.
Further functions
Options Open menu.
Play/Pause Playback/Pause current
Music file selected file.
Add to Open list of all tracks. Se- Full screen
playlist Enter full screen mode.
lect track(s) you want to
add, press Options to History Open history (see below).
open menu and select
Done. Select new/existing Photo/Video Start camera in picture/
playlist. The highlighted video mode (page 55).
tracks are added. Sound Start Sound recorder
Remove Delete track from playlist. (page 104).
tracks
Set as (Only streaming content)
Change Select move option de- bookmark Add to bookmarks list.
order pending on current
position of the track. For standard functions see page 22.
Picture file selected
Zoom in/ Zoom picture. F/ I
History
Zoom out navigate within the picture You can access a history comprising
in zoom mode. the last 10 files opened regardless of
their type and their storage location.
Fit to screen If picture is zoomed, return
Streaming data is also included. If
to original sizing.
you try to open a file which has been
Slideshow Start automatic flow deleted already, an error message is
through pictures of current displayed.
folder. Jump to next/previ-
ous picture manually with
navigation key. Slide show
ends when all pictures in
the folder are viewed. End
manually with softkey.

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110 My stuff

My stuff
To organise your files, you can use
the file system like a PC file manager.
Index structure
There are some folders in My stuff for Files are organised in folders. Some
various data types for this purpose. folders have already been created
If, for example, you want to down- for different data types. These fold-
load new pictures or sounds, the ers cannot be changed: Sounds,
download function is contained in Pictures, Videos, Misc..
the relevant folder. The phone memory tab has, addi-
Remember that pictures and sounds tionally, the folders Themes, Games
may be protected (DRM, page 20). and Appl.. When selected, the
number of entries is displayed.
You can open My stuff either from
other applications, e.g. media play- The content of the fixed folders is fil-
er, messages, settings or via the tered. The folders contain special
main menu: media types (see table page 111).
Files that do not fit in another folder
CN are listed in Misc..
If a Micro SD Card is inserted You can add personal folders on the
(page 13), folders/files are organised top level as well as subfolders. Per-
on a separate tab. Files are managed sonal folders are displayed behind
the same way as files saved on the the default folders.
phone. Personal folders on the top level can
F Select tab (phone memory/ contain mixed media types. You can
Micro SD Card). List of fold- delete personal folders.
ers/files is displayed. Within fixed folders you can add per-
I Select folder/file or link sonal subfolders, which are restrict-
and confirm with C. ed to the media type of the fixed
Back Go back to previous folder.
folder level.
When you enter My stuff from other appli-
Depending on your selection, the file cations, e.g. messages, to open/send file
and respective application are with a specific media type, the respective
opened, or the download is started. fixed folder is opened. In that mode you
can select files of the same type stored
in personal folders via links from fixed
folders.

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My stuff 111

Folder Content/Options Formats Misc. Files of media e.g. html,


(e.g.) types that are not wml
Sounds included in other
Melodies, records mp3,aac,
aac+, folders, e.g. text
New entry: Start modules, intenet
sound recorder aac++, pages. If you try to
(page 104). m3u, mid,
amr, wav, open a file of un-
known type an er-
real au- ror message is
dio 8/9
displayed.
Pictures Pictures bmp, jpg,
jpeg, png, Depending on your provider the structure,
New entry: Start content and functionality may differ.
camera in picture gif
mode
Videos Videos 3gp,
New entry: Start H263,
camera in video MPEG4
mode
Themes Load theme *
(packed)
Theme configura-
tion (unpacked).
Select theme to
activate it.
Games Launch Java Ap- jar, jad
plication Manager
(page 92).
Appl. Launch Java Ap- *
plication Manager
(page 92) and dis-
play list of saved
applications.

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112 My stuff

Options File search


The following functions are availa- For easy file search you can enter
ble, depending on the current several criteria: name, file type and
situation. date of creation.
Options Open menu. Options Open menu and select
Search.
View/Play Start Media player and
view/play selected file. I Navigate to input fields.
New folder Create new folder on the J Enter file name.
current level and name it.
Search Open file search dialogue
F Select file type.
(see below).
C Open date editor. Enter
Move/Copy Place highlighted file(s) in number and select range
temporary memory. in next line.
Move: delete selection in Search results are displayed in list.
the originating folder.
The symbol shows the save location.
Copy: duplicate selection
in the destination folder.
If a DRM protected file is
selected, the copy/move
option is not available.
Paste Transfer content of tem-
porary memory into cur-
rent folder. If you paste
content to another top lev-
el folder, only folders are
displayed which accept
this media type.
Note that protected items
cannot be transferred to
the Micro SD Card (DRM,
page 20).
Assign to Assign media file as ring-
contact tone/picture to a contact.
For standard functions see page 22.

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Settings
Profiles Options Open menu and select
Change settings.
C T Profiles The list of available settings is dis-
Several settings can be stored in a played. For details see correspond-
phone profile, for example to adapt ing menu descriptions.
the phone to the surrounding level When you have finished setting one
of noise. function, you return to the profile
6 standard profiles are provided menu and can change further
with default settings: General, settings.
Silent, Meeting, Outdoor, Car kit,
Headset. You can edit the default In standby mode: Press briefly G to
display Profile list.
settings.
You can set and rename Profile options
2 personal profiles (User profile 1
and User profile 2). Options Open menu.

Bluetooth Car Kits do not support pro- Activate Activate selected profile.
files, e.g. General, Silent, Meeting, Change
Outdoor, Car kit, Headset. Change profile settings.
settings
If you change settings when not in the
profile menu, changes are not saved in Return to Enter phone code
the current selected profile. default (page 25) and confirm
with Yes to set profile
settings to default.
Activating a profile
Copy from Copy settings from anoth-
I Select a default profile or
er profile. Select profile
a personal profile.
whose settings you want
to copy and confirm
C Activate profile.
with C.
Profile settings
Headset
Edit a default profile or create a new
personal profile: The special profile Headset is auto-
matically set when an original head-
I Select profile. set is attached (see also accessories,
page 147).

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114 Settings

Ringtones Voice calls/Video calls/


Calendar/Alarm clock
C T Ringtones
Select function and set melody and
Volume tone for each function separately.
Set the tones on the phone to suit Melody
your requirements. The volume set- Select a sound file to use as ringtone.
ting controls the volume of the ring-
tone as well as the general volume
I Select melody from My
stuff folder (page 110)
level of beeps and tones played by and confirm with Select.
different applications. The volume
setting does not affect the media Tone
player. Depending on the selected function,
You can set the volume in 5 Levels the following options will be offered:
or switch ringtones off. On/Off Activate/deactivate melody
I Set volume and confirm specified above.
with C. You cannot turn off the
alarm clock tone.
While editing the volume level, the
currently set level is played. Beep Set ringtone to beep.
Ascending Set ringtone to melody with
ascending volume.

Please make sure you have accepted the


call before holding the phone to your ear.
This will avoid damage to your hearing from
loud ringtones.

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Messages Themes
Melody
CT Themes
Melody settings on page 114.
Load a completely new user inter-
SMS & MMS tone/CBS alert tone/ face in your phone. With the press of
E-mail tone a key, various functions are re-or-
Set alert tone used for the different ganised based on a theme, e.g.
types of messages. switch on/off melody
Tone settings on page 114. opening/closing melody
Inst.msg sounds/Game sounds/ additional animations
Startup sound/Shutdown sound Theme files are packed to save
memory space. After a download
Set pre-defined sound effect for the
(page 92) or a call from My stuff
selected function.
(page 110), themes are automatical-
On/Off Activate/deactivate tone ly unzipped when activated.
and confirm with C.
In addition to the automatic ex-
change of theme parameters (e.g.
Open cl. melody/Close cl. switch on/off melody), you will have
melody to manually set parameteres such as
Set melody to be played when the Logo, Screensaver.
clamshell is opened/closed.
When you select a theme all the compo-
Melody nents of the theme apply to the phone, e.g.
Melody settings on page 114. ringtones, wallpaper. The existing settings
might be overwritten.
Tone
Tone settings on page 114. Activating a theme
I Select theme and confirm
with C.
If you delete an active theme, some
used elements are reset to default.

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116 Settings

Display Screensaver
Picture displayed on either display
C T Display when a time period specified by you
has elapsed. An incoming call press-
Set Wallpaper/Logo ing any key or opening/closing the
You can set pictures separately for clamshell will end the function un-
following functions: less the safety function is activated.
Wallpaper The setting is valid for both displays.
Background image used on either I Navigate to input fields.
display in standby mode. You can
set a Wallpaper for each display Style: Select style.
separately. Picture: If style Picture: is selected:
Logo Select file from corre-
Graphic to be displayed instead of sponding folder in My stuff
the provider logo. (page 110).

Set Wallpaper/Logo Timeout: Select standby time be-


fore screensaver is
Inside wallpaper/Outside wallpaper/Logo shown.
Select and confirm Auto key lock
with C. Activate/deactivate func-
I Select file from corre- tion to automatically lock
sponding folder in My stuff the keys when screensav-
(page 110) and confirm er is active. Select On/Off.
with Select.
Warning!
Change Wallpaper/Logo
When the screensaver is manually set,
Options Open menu and select the talk/standby time is reduced
Change. dramatically
I Select file and confirm the screensaver can cause irreversible
with Select. display burn-in effects.
Additional information
The screensaver is not activated during
a voice call or Bluetooth session, while the
camera application is active or during video
playback.

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Settings 117

Greeting message Vibration (silent alert)


Set a message to be displayed when
the phone is switched on. C T Vibration
Enter greeting To avoid the disturbance caused by
J (up to 2 lines). a ringing phone, you can activate
the silent alert function as an alter-
Backlight time native. The silent alert can also be
activated in addition to the ringtone
Set the backlight duration for the (e.g. in noisy environments).
display.
Vibration is deactivated when the battery is
I Select time and confirm
being charged and accessories are con-
with C.
nected (except the headset).
Brightness Vibration
Set the brightness level for the Select the vibration pattern.
display. Off/Standard/Helicopter/UFO/Shock/
F Decrease/increase bright- Mosquito/Train
ness and confirm with Select vibration and
C. confirm with C.

Power save
Set the time when the display
goes into power save mode
automatically. The setting is valid for
both displays.
After 1 minute/After 5 minutes/
After 10 minutes/Never
Select time and confirm
with C.

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118 Settings

s Connectivity If the clamshell is closed:


The connection status is displayed on
C T Connectivity the outer display.
A notification is displayed to announce
Bluetooth (BT) ongoing data transfer via bluetooth.
Bluetooth is a short-range radio con- Press to cancel the data transfer.
nection by means of which a headset If another user tries to establish a con-
nection and the device is truseted
or car kit or such can be connected (page 119), the connection is estab-
without the need for wires. lished automatically. If the other device
Using the Send function in the op- is not trusted a request is displayed to
tions menu for the application con- open the clamshell.
cerned you can also use this route to Bluetooth active
send data.
On/Off Activate/deactivate
Each Bluetooth device has its own Bluetooth and confirm
specific address and can be given a with C.
self-explanatory name as an option.
Password protection ensures the se- Bluetooth reduces the phones
curity of a Bluetooth connection, as standby time if it is activated.
does including the BT partner in a list Shown on either display:
of "confidential" devices. Bluetooth activated.
To establish a Bluetooth connection Bluetooth visible to other
between your phone and other Blue- users.
tooth devices you must activate the
function. During transmission.
Call on Bluetooth device
The Bluetooth word mark and logos accepted.
are owned by the Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and
any use of such marks by BenQ Corp. File location
is under license. Other trademarks and Select where the files are to be
trade names are those of their respective stored after being tranferred via
owners. Bluetooth QDID
(Qualified Design ID): B02421. Bluetooth.
Phone/MultiMediaCard
Select and confirm
with C.

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Settings 119

Search Bluetooth visibility


Search for specific categories of The device address/name is shown
devices or for all Bluetooth devices. or not to other BT devices if they re-
All devices/Audio/Phone/PC quest this in order to receive or send
Select and confirm data.
with C to start search. I Select one of the follow-
Found devices are displayed in a list ing options and confirm
(for list options see below). with C.
If Audio is selected Headsets, Car kit On/Off Activate/deactivate visibility.
and audio or video devices are listed.
Auto Set visibility for 5 minutes,
Known devices then visibility is disabled auto-
Display the list of known devices matically.
(max. 10 devices).
List options
Last connected Depending on the current list
Display the list of last 10 connected (known or last connected), different
devices, including those that are functions will be offered.
currently connected.
Bluetooth name
I Select device from list.

Display device address. Enter the de- Options Open menu.


vice name that is shown to other BT
Trust/ Enter the password to
devices when they request this (see
Do not trust trust the device or re-
Bluetooth visibility).
move trust option of
Enter BT name for your device.
J phone (up to 16 charac- Trusted devices are
ters) and confirm added to the known list
with C. automatically and do not
require the password to
If no name is entered, the device ad-
connect.
dress is shown to other BT users (the
device address cannot be changed). Connect/ Establish/end bluetooth
Disconnect connection to a known
audio device. Only one
audio device may be
connected at a time.

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120 Settings

View details Display the device de- Connect.profiles b


tails: Name:, Device Depending on your provider up to
type: and Address:. 25 profiles may be preset containing
Add to known Add the device to the a collection of settings utilised by ap-
list known list. plications. Depending on your pro-
vider you may rename/edit/delete
New search Start a new search. the profiles via the options menu.
GPRS b I Select profile from list and
confirm with C.
(General Packet Radio Service)
The following information is dis-
GPRS can be enabled or disabled played and may be edited:
depending on your service provider.
Profile name:
Data counter Default/changed name.
Display the data transfer APN: Access point name (URL).
information. Login: Your login name.
C Reset the data counter Password: Your password.
and confirm with C. Authentication:
Select authentication
mode: Normal/Secure/
None.
DNS 1 (opt):, DNS 2 (opt):
The IP addresses of the
used primary/secondary
DNS server. DNS servers
are used on the Internet
to translate IP addresses
into domain names and
vice versa.
Your provider will supply you with
your login and password.

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Settings 121

Internet profiles b Linger time b


Depending on your provider up to Depending on your provider you
25 profiles are preset containing a may be able to specify the linger
collection of settings utilised by ap- time which will apply to all
plications. Dependig on your provid- applications.
er you may rename/edit/delete the Enter time
profiles via the options menu. J (1-999 seconds).
I Select profile from list and
confirm with C.
The following information is dis-
played and may be edited:
Profile name:
Default/changed name.
Type: Select profile type: HTTP/
WAP.
Security: Select security mode.
Proxy server:
IP address or domain
of the server used for
Internet access.
Proxy port: Communication port of
the server (1 to 65535).
Login: Your login name.
Password: Your password.
Your provider will supply you with
your login and password.

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122 Settings

s Shortcuts Start function/call number


You can assign one important The function is started or the
number/function to each softkey, number is dialled at the touch of
the navigation key (every direction) a button.
and the number keys 2 to 9 (speed- Press and hold key to start
dial numbers). application/dial number.
C T Shortcuts Pre-defined key functions
Select key The following key functions are pre-
defined. You cannot change their
Left soft key/Right soft key function.
Select key and confirm
with C. H Open Contacts (page 40).
Navigation keys 1 Dial the mailbox number
Select and confirm (page 88).
with C. Select Up/
The service provider may have already as-
Down/Left/Right and con- signed functions to a softkey (e.g access
firm with C. to "SIM services" or direct call-up of the In-
Number keys ternet portal). It may not be possible to
Select and confirm modify this key assignment.
with C. Select The left softkey may sometimes be re-
number key and placed automatically by p/ to ac-
confirm with C. cess a new message for example.

Set/change shortcut function


I Select function and
confirm with C.
To assign a number to a key select
the contact application and then
select the desired contact.

If no function is assigned, you can set a


function if you
press and hold the number key in
stand-by mode and confirm request
press the softkey briefly.

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Settings 123

s Call setup Call waiting b


If you are registered for this service,
C T Call setup set call waiting.
Select function.
On/Off Activate/deactivate call
Hide ID b waiting and confirm
with C.
When you make a call, your number
can be shown on the display of the Or
called party or suppressed. You may Check status =
need to register separately with your Select to display
service provider for these functions. current setting.
I Select one of the follow-
Diverts
ing options and confirm
with C. You can specify the conditions
under which the call types should be
Default Set to default. diverted to your mailbox or other
On/Off Activate/deactivate display of numbers.
the number for all subsequent
calls. The different call types are described
below.
Next call Activate/deactivate display of
only the number just for next call. C Confirm the warning
message.
The setting applies to voice and video Divert video calls/voice calls
calls.
Voice calls/Video calls
Select call type and
confirm with C.
All video calls/All voice calls/
Unanswered/Not
reachable/No reply/Busy
Select option and confirm
with C.
Options Open menu and select Set.
Enter the number you
J want to divert to. Or se-
lect Contacts from the
options menu and select
a contact.
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124 Settings

Divert other call types All calls b


All calls/Data/Fax/Messages All calls are diverted.
Select a call type and
confirm with C.
Symbol in the top line of
the display in standby
Options Open menu and select Set. mode.

J Enter the number you Unanswered b


want to divert to. Or se- A call is diverted in the following sit-
lect Contacts from the op- uations: Not reachable, No reply, Busy
tions menu and select a (see below).
contact.
Not reachable b
Check status b A call is diverted if the phone is
Options Open menu and select switched off or is out of range.
Check status.
No reply b
You can check the current divert
A call is only diverted after a delay
status for all conditions. After a
that is determined by the network.
short pause, the current situation is
The period can be set to a maximum
transmitted by the network and
of 30 seconds in 5 second intervals.
displayed.
Clear all b Busy b
A call is diverted if another call is in
Options Open menu and select
progress. If you activated Call waiting
Clear all.
(page 123), you will hear the call
All set diversions are cleared. waiting tone during a call (page 35).
Confirm with C.
Fax b
Note that the divert is stored in the network Fax calls are diverted to a number
and not in the phone (e.g., when the with a fax connection.
SIM card is changed).
Reactivate divert: The last divert has been
Data/Messages b
stored. Proceed as with "Set divert". The Data calls are diverted to a number
stored number is displayed. Confirm with a PC connection.
number.

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Settings 125

Any key answer Video calls


Incoming calls can be accepted by Specify the additional settings for
pressing any key (except for B). video calls.
On/Off Activate/deactivate and Show my image
confirm with C. If the function is activated, your vid-
eo image is always transmitted to
Open clamshell the caller during a video call.
If Auto accept is activated, incoming If the function is deactivated, you
calls are accepted by opening the can choose whether or not to send
clamshell. the video image when you receive
Auto accept/Manual accept an incoming video call.
Select and confirm On/Off Activate/deactivate and
with C. confirm with C.
Select image
If you do not want to transmit your
video image to the caller (Show my
image is deactivated), you can select
a video mute picture that is shown
instead.
I Select one of the follow-
ing options and confirm
with C.
Standard Display the default video
mute file provided by the
manufacturer or the service
provider.
Custom Select a picture from My stuff
(page 110) folder.

You cannot send protected files during a


video call (DRM, page 20).

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126 Settings

s Phone Key tones


Set the tone that is played when
C T Phone pressing keys.
Select function.
C T Shortcuts
Language Key tones
Set the language of the display text. Tone/Silent
Display language Select and confirm
with C.
Show the currently set display lan-
guage. When Automatic is set, the Info tones
language of your home service
provider is used. Set the service and alarm tones.
Input language On/Off Activate/deactivate T9
and confirm with C.
Select a language for text entry. Lan-
guages with T9 support are marked File system
with the T9 symbol. When Automatic
is set, the input language is based on Format card
the display language. Format the Micro SD Card and delete
If a language that you do not under- all saved data. Formatting can last
stand happens to be set, the phone longer than one minute.
can be reset to the language of your
home service provider with the fol-
C Press to confirm request.
lowing input (in standby mode): Memory assistant
*#0000#A Start the memory assistant
(page 23).
T9 mode
Set T9 (intelligent text entry) or the Phone identity
multi-tap as default text entry meth- The phone identity number (IMEI) is
od for most of the text entry items. displayed. This information may be
On/Off Activate/deactivate T9 useful for customer service.
and confirm with C.
F Switch between tabs to
display additional infor-
mation about the device.

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Settings 127

Device check The access profiles must be con-


After the last information page, figured manually. If necessary,
a self-test as well as the individual check with your service provider
test are offered. If you select Self test, for details. You will find the cur-
all individual tests are carried out. rent settings for the service pro-
vider on the Internet at
Software version www.BenQMobile.com/customercare
To display the software version for your under "FAQ".
phone in standby mode: Manual session
* # 0 6 #, and select the Configuration tab. Display the currently active profile
and summary results of the last
Device manager (DM) session.
Sessions can be initiated in different Options Open menu.
ways. Start Start the DM session.
Manual session: You start the DM
Select Select a profile (profile
session via this menu option.
profile options see below).
Software update: The phone
checks the software status each Last Show the details of the last
session session (e.g. date, time,
time it is switched on. If an update
additional info).
is available a request is displayed.
Confirm the requests to start the Resume If the last session can be re-
software update and to re-boot session sumed: resume last session.
your phone.
For standard functions see page 22.
If you want to start a session the battery Profile options
must be charged at least 50%.
Options Open menu.
The phone default settings vary from Activate Activate the highlighted
service provider to service provider profile.
and can be as follows:
Edit profile Edit the highlighted profile
The settings have already been
(see page 128).
implemented by the provider. You
can start immediately. Restore Restore the profile to the
defaults default values.
Access profiles have already been
created by your provider. Select For standard functions see page 22.
and activate a profile.

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128 Settings

Edit profile Master reset


I Navigate to input fields. Reset the phone to default values
(factory setting). This does not affect
Address: Enter the server address. the SIM card or the network settings.
Port: Enter the port number to Alternatively enter in standby mode:
connect with the server,
e.g. 80. *#9999#A
J Enter the phone code
Provider: Select a service provider. (page 25) and confirm
User name: Enter your login name. with C.
Password: Enter your password
(shown as a series of
asterisks).
Server ID: Enter the server ID.
Server password:
Enter your password
(shown as a series of
asterisks).
HTTP authent.
Enable/disable HTTP
authentication. Select
No/Yes.
HTTP name:
Enter your user name
when HTTP authent. is
active.
HTTP password:
Enter your password
when HTTP authent. is ac-
tive (shown as a series of
asterisks).

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Settings 129

s Clock C Display set time zone.

C T Clock Options Open menu and select


option.
The clock must be set correctly once
at start-up (page 18). Set time Set a new time zone for
zone the selected city. Confirm
Setting the time and date with Yes.
Time/Date Select and confirm Auto time Enable/disable automatic
with C. update of the time and the
time zone.
J Enter time (hours/
minutes) or date (day/ Search city Open the city list and select a
month/year) and confirm city.
with C. For standard functions see page 22.
If Auto time is activated (page 130),
the network time is displayed. If you changed the time zone:
Alarm clock is changed to the current
If the battery is removed for longer time zone.
than 30 seconds, the clock is reset Calendar events are not affected by time
automatically. zone changes.
If the time format 12-hour is activated
(see below) press 2/ 7 to switch
between am/pm. Time format
Set the display format for time used
Time zone in various applications.
The world clock shows the current 24-hour/12-hour
system time, the time zone (grey Select and confirm
vertical bar on the map), the time with C.
zone name and the time in the se-
lected city. Date format
The time zone can be changed: Set the display format for date.
F Select the desired setting I Select date format and
and change the time zone confirm with C.
in the world map.
I Select a city in the select-
ed time zone.

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130 Settings

Show clock Auto time b


Set the time and date display in If you activate auto time, the time
standby mode. zone is switched automatically to
On/Off Activate/deactivate and local time by the network.
confirm with C. On/Off Activate/deactivate and
confirm with C.

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Settings 131

s Security PIN codes


Description on page 25:
C T Security
Select function. PIN control, Change PIN, Change PIN2,
Change phonecde
Auto key lock
This SIM only b
If activated, the keypad is locked au-
(PIN2 or phone-code protected)
tomatically if no key has been
pressed for one minute in standby The phone can be linked to a SIM
mode. This prevents the phone from card when the phone code is en-
being used accidentally. However, tered. Unless the phone code is
you can still be called and you can known the phone will not operate
still make an emergency call. The with a different SIM card.
setting is also valid for the outer If the phone is to be used with a
softkeys. different SIM card, enter the phone
On/Off Activate/deactivate and code when requested.
confirm with C. On/Off Activate/deactivate and
confirm with C.
The keypad can also be directly locked and
unlocked in standby mode. In each case:
Barrings b
# Press and hold.
Barring restricts the use of your
Or (if clamshell is closed) SIM card (not supported by all serv-
Press and hold. ice providers). You need a 4-digit
network password for network bar-
Only protect. SIM b ring. Your service provider will sup-
ply you with this password. You may
(PIN2 or phone-code protected)
need to register separately for each
Dialling options are restricted to the barring.
SIM protected numbers in the con-
tacts. If only area codes are entered, Activate/deactivate Barrings
relevant numbers can be added to C Confirm warning
these manually before dialling. message.
If the SIM card does not support PIN2 I Select call type described
input, all the contacts can be protect- below and confirm
ed with the phone code. with C.
On/Off Activate/deactivate and Activate/Deactivate
confirm with C. Select and confirm
with C.
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132 Settings

J Enter the network pass- Status check


word and confirm Check the status of selected or all call
with C to activate/ type(s).
deactivate barring for se-
Enter the network
lected call type. J password.
C Confirm barring message.
C Confirm barring message.
All outgoing
Clear all
All outgoing calls except emergency
numbers are barred. All barrings are deleted.

Outg. internat. J Enter the network


password.
(International outgoing)
Only national calls can be made. C Confirm to clear all
barrings.
Outg. int. x home
(International outgoing without home Content downl'd ?
country) Enable or disable a content down-
International calls are not permitted. load notification (page 20).
However you can make calls to your On/Off Activate/deactivate and
home country when abroad. confirm with C.
All incoming
The phone is barred for all incoming
calls (forwarding of all calls to mail-
box provides a similar effect).
When roaming
You do not receive calls when you
are outside your home network. This
means that no charges are incurred
for incoming calls.

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Settings 133

s Network Auto network


If you activate this function, the
C T Network phone searches automatically and
Select function. selects the next network on the pre-
ferred network list. Otherwise you
Network info can select a different network
Retrieve information about the manually from the network list.
network operator currently set. On/Off Activate/deactivate func-
Information is displayed. tion and confirm with
C Confirm network info. C.
When function is deactivated, the
Choose network Choose network function is started au-
Start network search. This is useful if tomatically (see above).
you are not in your home network or
want to register in a different Preferred network
network. Display a list of preferred networks.
If Auto network is activated (see be- Customise the list by changing
low), confirm request to deactivate entries.
the auto network function.
The list of networks currently
I Select entry.
available is displayed. Options Open menu and select
Change.
I Select network.
I Select network and con-
Options Open menu. firm with C.
Info Display network information. If you are outside your home network,
Select your phone automatically dials another
Set as current network network.
operator.
If the signal strength of the preferred net-
work is inadequate when you switch on
the phone, the phone may register in a
different network.

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134 Settings

Mode selection b Fast search


Make sure that your service provider If you activate this function, network
supports the selected mode. reconnection is speeded up (standby
time is reduced).
I Select Automatic/GSM only/
UMTS only and confirm On/Off Activate/deactivate
with C. function and confirm
Options Open menu and select with C.
Save.

Combinations of several modes may be


prohibited. Confirm the error message and
change selection.

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Settings 135

s Accessories Headset
Only in combination with an original
C T Accessories handsfree headset (page 147). If an
Select function. original headset is used, the Headset
profile is automatically activated
Car kit when the headset is plugged in.
The Car kit profile is activated auto-
Edit profile
matically as soon as the phone is
connected to the car kit. To edit Headset profile see page 113.
Edit profile Auto answer
To edit the Car kit profile see Voice and video calls are accepted
page 113. automatically after a few seconds.
Auto answer On/Off Activate/deactivate and
confirm with C.
Voice and video calls are accepted
automatically after a few seconds. Auto answer does not apply if you are
On/Off Activate/deactivate and already in a call.
confirm with C. If you do not notice that your phone has
accepted a call, there is the danger that
Closing the clamshell: In conjunction the caller may eavesdrop.
with a Car kit or headset closing the
clamshell will not cancel dialing or in- Charge via USB
coming calls.
Auto answer does not apply if you are The phone is charged via USB when
already in a call. connected to a computer via USB
If you do not notice that your phone has cable.
accepted a call, there is the danger that On/Off Activate/deactivate and
the caller may eavesdrop. confirm with C.
Screensaver and power save settings
are disabled automatically when the
phone is connected to a car kit.

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136 Mobile Phone Manager

Mobile Phone Manager


MPM (Mobile Phone Manager) ena- Backup and restore
bles you to use extended phone
functions from your PC. The phone
and PC communicate via Bluetooth
or a data cable (see Accessories,
page 148).
With the backup function, you can
regularly make a copy of your phone
data on the PC. If you ever lose the
data on your phone or replace the
phone, you can quickly retrieve all
You can download the newest ver- data with the restore function.
sion of MPM from the Internet: Please observe all applicable restric-
www.BenQ-Siemens.com/ef81 tions for DRM protected data.
Please consult the help files and the
readme file for further information Bookmark Management
on the functions and use of MPM.

Organiser

Use your PC to browse the Internet


and define your preferred Internet
sites. Save the Internet addresses as
With the Organiser you can adminis- bookmarks on your phone so that
ter the contacts of your phone, you can quickly call them up at a lat-
Outlook and other Siemens phones er time when you are on the move.
(including Gigaset).

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Mobile Phone Manager 137

Phone Explorer Plug & Sync

With Phone Explorer you can access Plug & Sync can relieve you of rou-
your phone's data fast and comforta- tine tasks. With "Music > Phone" you
bly. The phone is simply added to can always transfer your up-to-date
your PC's file structure as if it was just music files and playlists to the phone
another folder on your PC. automatically. With "Photos > PC"
you can transfer your newly taken
Mobile Modem Assistant pictures to the PC.

SmartSync

Mobile Modem Assistant quickly and


effortlessly sets up an Internet con-
nection over your mobile phone so With SmartSync you can synchronise
that you can at once surf the Internet your data with Outlook,
at home or abroad without difficulty. OutlookExpress or Lotus Notes
as soon as your phone is connected
Media Pool to the PC. New and edited contacts
are synchronised automatically as
are messages and appointments.

Media Pool offers you a convenient


way of managing ringtones, music,
playlists and videos. You can move
music files to your phone and auto-
matically convert them into a suita-
ble format in the process.

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138 Questions & Answers

Questions & Answers


If you have any questions about using your phone, visit us at
www.BenQMobile.com/customercare any time. For additional help, we have listed below
some frequently asked questions and answers.
Configuration service
To help you set up your mobile phone for the data service WAP, MMS, e-mail and Internet,
you can use a configuration service. This service is used to have the necessary settings for
your mobile phone sent to you by SMS. We recommend that you contact your network
provider who will send you the configuration messages.
As an alternative you can also use the "Setting Configurator" at
www.BenQMobile.com/customercare. BenQ Mobile will then send you the configuration
messages. Please follow the instructions contained in those messages.
Problem Possible causes Possible solution
Phone cannot be On/Off key not pressed long Press On/Off key for at least two seconds.
switched on. enough.
Flat battery. Charge battery. Check charging indicator in
the display.
Battery contacts dirty. Clean contacts.
See also below under "Charging
error".
Too little standby The operating time depends on the respective operating conditions.
time. Extreme temperatures significantly reduce the phone's standby time!
Some settings/functions nega- It may be useful to restrict the use of the following
tively affect the standby time. functions in order to improve the standby time:
Bluetooth function, Cell Broadcast, Silent
Alert/Vibrator Alarm, Fast Search, display illumina-
tion (can be adjusted to a lower level or switched
off), frequent use of organiser and games, continu-
ous animated screensaver.
Data cable connected. When a data cable is connected, the battery will be
empty within a few hours even if there is no active
data connection at all. Connect data cable only if
necessary.
Unintentional keystrokes Activate auto key lock (page 131).
(illumination!).

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Questions & Answers 139

Problem Possible causes Possible solution


Charging error Battery totally discharged. 1) Plug in charger cable, battery is on charge.
(charge icon not 2) Charge icon appears after approx. 2 hours.
displayed). 3) Charge battery.
Temperature out of range: Make sure the ambient temperature is right, wait for
+5 C to +45 C. a while, then recharge.
Contact problem Check power supply and connection to the phone.
Check battery contacts and phone connection
socket, clean them if necessary, then insert battery
again.
No mains voltage. Use different mains power socket, check
mains voltage.
Wrong charger. Only use original accessories.
Battery faulty. Replace battery.
SIM error. SIM card not inserted correctly. Check that the SIM card is inserted correctly
(page 13).
Dirty SIM card contacts. Clean SIM card with a dry cloth.
SIM card with wrong voltage. Use 3.0/1.8V SIM cards only.
SIM card damaged Carry out a visual check. Change SIM card at
(e.g. broken). service provider.
No network Weak signal. Move higher, to a window or an open space.
connection. Outside GSM/UMTS range. Check service provider's coverage area.
Invalid SIM card. Complain to the service provider.
New network not authorised. Try manual selection or select a different network
(page 133).
Network call barring is set. Check network barrings (page 131).
Network overloaded. Try again later.
Phone loses Signal too weak. Reconnection to another service provider is auto-
network. matic (page 133). Switching phone off and on
again can speed this up.
Calls not possible. New SIM card inserted. Check for new barrings.
Charge limit reached. Reset limit with PIN2 (page 25).
Credit used up. Load credit.

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140 Questions & Answers

Problem Possible causes Possible solution


Certain uses of Call restrictions are in place. Barrings can be set by service provider. Check
phone not possible. barrings (page 131).
Impossible to make Memory is full. Delete entries in contacts (For standard functions
entries in contacts. see page 22) or call up memory assistant
(page 23).
Voice mail not Call divert to mailbox not set. Set call divert to mailbox (page 88).
functioning.
flashes to SMS memory is full. Delete (For standard functions see page 22) or call
indicate an SMS. up memory assistant (page 23).
flashes to MMS memory full. Delete MMS (For standard functions see page 22).
indicate an MMS.
flashes to Phone memory full. Delete messages, pictures, videos, games or
indicate an MMS. applications or call up memory assistant (page 23).
Function cannot be Not supported by service Contact your service provider.
set. provider or registration required.
Capacity problems Phone memory full. Delete files in the relevant areas. You can use the
with, for example, memory assistant to delete specific files (page 23).
Games & More, ring-
tones, pictures, vide-
os, messages.
No WAP access, Wrong or incomplete WAP Check WAP settings (page 91). If necessary ask
downloading not settings. your service provider.
possible.
Text message Service provider does not Contact your service provider.
cannot be sent. support this service.
Number for service centre not Set service centre (page 70).
set or incorrectly set.
SIM card contract does not Contact your service provider.
support this service.
Service centre too busy. Repeat message.
Recipient does not have a com- Check.
patible phone.
No Internet access Wrong or incomplete WAP Check WAP settings (page 91) and contact your
possible. settings. service provider if necessary.

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Questions & Answers 141

Problem Possible causes Possible solution


PIN error/ Three wrong entries. Enter the PUK (MASTER PIN) supplied with the
PIN2 error. SIM card according to the instructions. If the PUK
(MASTER PIN) has been lost, please contact your
service provider.
Phone code error. Three wrong entries. Contact Service (page 142).
Service provider No authorisation for this service. Contact your service provider.
code error.
Too few/too many Functions may have been add- Check with your service provider.
menu entries. ed or deleted by the service pro-
vider via the SIM card.
No fax possible. Wrong settings in the PC. Check settings.
No authorisation for this service. Contact your service provider.
Charge meter does Charge pulse is not transmitted. Contact your service provider.
not work.
Damage
Severe shock. Remove battery and SIM and re-insert them. Do not dismantle the phone!
Phone became wet. Remove battery and SIM. Dry immediately with a cloth, but do not apply heat. Dry
connector contacts thoroughly. Stand mobile upright in an air current. Do not
dismantle the phone!

Reset all settings to factory default, page 126:


*#9999#A

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142 Customer Care

Customer Care
Abu Dhabi .........................................0 26 42 38 00
We offer fast, individual advice! You have Argentina .....................................0 81 02 22 66 24
several options: Australia..........................................13 00 66 53 66
Our online support on the Internet: Austria.............................................05 17 07 50 04
Bahrain .................................................... 40 42 34
www.BenQMobile.com/customercare Bangladesh.......................................0 17 52 74 47
We can be reached any time, any place. Belgium.............................................0 78 15 22 21
You are given 24 hour support on all as- Bolivia ...............................................0 21 21 41 14
pects of our products. Here you will find an Bosnia Herzegovina..........................0 33 27 66 49
interactive fault-finding system, a compila- Brunei ................................................. 02 43 08 01
tion of the most frequently asked questions Bulgaria............................................... 02 73 94 88
and answers, plus user guides and current Cambodia ........................................... 12 80 05 00
Canada ........................................1 88 87 77 02 11
software updates to download. Chile..................................................8 00 53 06 62
When calling customer service, please China ..............................................40 08 88 56 56
have ready your receipt and the phone Colombia....................................01 80 07 00 66 24
identity number (IMEI, to display press Croatia ..............................................0 16 10 53 81
* #06#), the software version (to display, Czech Republic.................................2 33 03 27 27
Denmark ............................................. 35 25 65 29
*
press #06#, then select according tab)
and if available, your Service customer Dubai ................................................0 43 96 64 33
number. Ecuador ..........................................18 00 10 10 00
Egypt.................................................0 23 33 41 11
You will also find the most frequently Estonia................................................ 56 64 54 00
asked questions and answers in the sec- Finland ............................................09 22 94 37 00
tion entitled "Questions & Answers" in this France.............................................01 56 38 42 00
user guide on page 138. Germany ......................................0 18 05 33 32 26
Greece ............................................80 11 11 11 16
You can also get personal advice about our Hong Kong .......................................... 28 61 11 18
range of products on our Premium Hotline: Hungary ..........................................06 14 71 24 44
United Kingdom ............................ 0906 9597500 Iceland .................................................. 5 20 30 00
(0.75 per minute) India .............................22 24 98 70 00 Extn: 70 40
Qualified employees are waiting to offer you Indonesia .....................................0 21 46 82 60 81
Ireland.............................................18 50 77 72 77
expert information about our products and Italy .................................................02 45 27 90 36
installation. Ivory Coast.......................................... 05 02 02 59
In some countries repair and replace servic- Jordan...............................................0 64 39 86 42
es are impossible where the products are Kenya.................................................... 2 72 37 17
not sold through our authorised dealers. Kuwait ................................................... 2 45 41 78
Latvia .................................................... 7 50 11 18
If repair work is necessary, please contact Lebanon.............................................. 01 44 30 43
one of our service centres: Libya ...............................................02 13 50 28 82
Lithuania ...........................................8 70 07 07 00
Luxembourg....................................40 66 61 56 40
Macedonia ........................................0 23 13 18 48
Malaysia....................................+ 6 03 77 12 43 04
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Customer Care 143

Malta .......................................+ 35 32 14 94 06 32 Singapore ........................................... 62 27 11 18


Mauritius ................................................2 11 62 13 Slovak Republic ..............................02 59 68 22 66
Mexico .......................................01 80 07 11 00 03 Slovenia ............................................0 14 74 63 36
Morocco ...............................................22 66 92 09 South Africa ....................................08 60 10 11 57
Netherlands .................................0 90 03 33 31 00 Spain.................................................9 02 11 50 61
New Zealand...................................08 00 27 43 63 Sweden...........................................08 57 92 90 49
Nigeria ..............................................0 14 50 05 00 Switzerland .....................................08 48 21 20 00
Norway.................................................22 57 77 46 Taiwan ............................................02 23 96 10 06
Oman ....................................................... 79 10 12 Thailand ............................................0 27 22 11 18
Pakistan ..........................................02 15 66 22 00 Tunisia ................................................ 71 86 19 02
Paraguay ..........................................8 00 10 20 04 Turkey..........................................0 21 64 59 98 98
Peru ..................................................0 80 05 24 00 Ukraine ........................................8 80 05 01 00 00
Philippines ........................................0 27 57 11 18 United Arab Emirates........................0 43 66 03 86
Poland.............................................08 01 30 00 30 United Kingdom ...........................0 87 05 33 44 11
Portugal ............................................8 08 20 15 21 Uruguay ..........................................00 04 05 46 62
Qatar....................................................04 32 20 10 USA .............................................1 88 87 77 02 11
Romania .........................................02 12 09 99 66 Venezuela....................................0 80 01 00 56 66
Russia..........................................8 80 02 00 10 10 Vietnam...........................................84 89 20 24 64
Saudi Arabia .....................................0 22 26 00 43 Zimbabwe ........................................... 04 36 94 24
Serbia .............................................01 13 07 00 80

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144 Care and maintenance

Care and maintenance


Your phone has been designed and manu-
factured to the highest of standards and
Battery quality statement
should be treated with great care. The sug- The capacity of your mobile phone battery
gestions below will help you to enjoy your will reduce each time it is charged/emptied.
phone for many years. Storage at too high or low temperatures will
Protect your phone from moisture and hu- also result in a gradual capacity loss. As
midity. Precipitation, humidity and liquids a result the operating time of your mobile
contain minerals that will corrode electron- phone may be considerably reduced, even
ic circuits. Nevertheless, should your after a full recharge of the battery.
phone become wet, disconnect it immedi- Regardless of this, the battery has been de-
ately from the power supply to avoid elec- signed and manufactured so that it can be
tric shock. Do not place your phone (even recharged and used for six months after the
to dry it) on/in a source of heat such as purchase of you mobile phone. After six
a microwave oven, oven or radiator. The months, if the battery is clearly suffering from
phone may become overheated and loss of performance, we recommend that
possibly explode. you replace it. Please buy only original
Do not use or store the phone in dusty, batteries.
dirty areas. Its moving parts may be
damaged and the casing may become
deformed and discoloured. Display quality
Do not store your phone in hot environ-
ments (e.g. vehicle instrument panel in the
declaration
summer). High temperatures can shorten For technological reasons, a few small dots
the life of electronic devices, damage bat- with different colours may appear in the dis-
teries and warp or melt certain plastics. play in exceptional cases.
Do not store your phone in cold environ- Just remember that the appearance of
ments. When the phone warms up again brighter or darker dots generally does not
(to its normal ambient temperature), mois- mean that a fault has occurred.
ture can form inside the phone, which may
damage electronic circuit boards.
Do not drop, knock or shake your phone.
Rough handling can damage internal cir-
cuit boards!
Do not use harsh chemicals, cleaning
solvents, or strong detergents to clean
the phone!
The suggestions given above apply equally
to your phone, battery, charger and all ac-
cessories. If any of these parts is not working
properly, obtain fast and reliable help at our
service centres.
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Product data Phone ID


You will need the following details if you
lose your phone or SIM card:
Declaration of conformity the number of the SIM card (on the card):
BenQ Mobile hereby declares that the phone ..............................................................
described in this user guide is in compliance
with the essential requirements and other 15 digit serial number of the phone
relevant provisions of European Directive (under the battery):
1999/5/EC (R&TTE). The relevant declara- ..............................................................
tion of conformity (DoC) has been signed. the customer service number of the service
Please call the company hotline if you re- provider:
quire a copy of the original:
www.BenQMobile.com/conformity ..............................................................
Lost phone
If you lose your phone or SIM card contact
your service provider immediately to
Technical data prevent misuse.

UMTS class: 3 (0,25 watt)


Frequency range: 1920 - 2170 MHz
Operating time
(Band I) The operating time depends upon the re-
spective conditions of use: Extreme temper-
GSM class: 4 (2 watt) atures considerably reduce the phones
Frequency range: 880 - 930 MHz standby time. Avoid placing the phone in the
sun or on a heater.
GSM class: 1 (1 watt)
Call time
Frequency range: 1710 - 1880 MHz UMTS: up to 210 minutes
GSM class: 1 (1 watt) GSM: up to 270 minutes
Frequency range: 1850 - 1990 MHz Standby time
Weight phone: 110 g UMTS: up to 250 hours
Weight charger: 55 g GSM: up to 300 hours
Weight headset: 20 g
Weight USB cable: 70 g Action taken Time Reduction of
(min) standby time by
Size: 94 x 51 x 15.9 mm
(80 ccm) Calling 1 30 - 90 minutes
Li-Ion battery: 950 mAh Light * 1 50 minutes
SIM card: 3.0/1.8 V Network search 1 15 minutes
* Key input, games, organiser etc.

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146 SAR

SAR
European Union (RTTE) and The World Health Organization has stated
that present scientific information does not
international (ICNIRP) indicate the need for any special precautions
INFORMATION ON RF EXPOSURE / for the use of mobile devices. They note that
SPECIFIC ABSORPTION RATE (SAR) if you nevertheless want to reduce your ex-
posure then you can do so by limiting the
THIS MODEL MEETS INTERNATIONAL length of calls or using a 'hands-free' device
GUIDELINES FOR EXPOSURE TO RADIO
WAVES to keep the mobile phone away from the
head and body.
Your mobile device is a radio transmitter and Additional Information can be found on the
receiver. It is designed not to exceed the lim-
its for exposure to radio waves recommend- websites of the World Health Organization
(www.who.int/emf) or BenQ Mobile
ed by international guidelines. These (www.BenQMobile.com).
guidelines were developed by the independ-
ent scientific organization ICNIRP and in-
clude safety margins designed to assure the
protection of all persons, regardless of age
and health.
The guidelines use a unit of measurement
known as the Specific Absorption Rate, or
SAR. The SAR limit for mobile devices is
2 W/kg and was adopted into the European
Standard EN 50360 and into other national
standards. The CE mark demonstrates that
the EU requirements are met.
The highest SAR value for this device when
tested at the ear was 0.37 W/kg1. As mobile
devices offer a range of functions, they can
be used in positions other than the head,
such as on the body. In this case, a separa-
tion distance of 1.0 cm is required.
As SAR is measured utilizing the device's
highest transmitting power, the actual SAR
of this device while operating is typically be-
low that indicated above. This is due to auto-
matic changes to the power level of the
device to ensure it only uses the minimum
level required to reach the network.
1 The tests are carried out in accordance with
international guidelines for testing.
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Accessories 147

Accessories
Fashion & Carry Handsfree Portable
Carrying Cases Headset Basic HHS-100
A range of carry cases is available at spe- Simple headset.
cialist shops or you can visit our online
shop at: Headset HHS-110
Headset with key to accept and end calls.
Original Accessories
Headset Purestyle HHS-120
www.BenQMobile.com/shop High quality headset with removable ear-
piece and key to accept calls.
Headset Stereo HHS-150
Energy Stereo headset with key for listening to
Li-Ion Battery EBA-160 (950 mAh) music and making calls.
Spare battery Headset Bluetooth
Travel Charger HHB-700 with EU power supply unit
Travel Charger EU ETC-100 HHB-710 with UK power supply unit
Travel Charger UK ETC-110 Elegant and easy to wear Bluetooth
headset.
Travel charger with an extended input
voltage range of 100 - 240 V. Headset Bluetooth HHB-100
Car Charger Plus ECC-100 Easy to wear Bluetooth headset.
Charger for the cigarette lighter socket in the Headset Bluetooth Clip
car. It is possible to make phone calls during HHB-130 with EU power supply unit
charging. HHB-131 with UK power supply unit
Desk Top Stand EDS-100 Stylish Bluetooth headset to clip at your
Table support for the telefone to facilitate clothing.
telephone charging. Headset Bluetooth
HHB-160 with EU power supply unit
HHB-161 with UK power supply unit
Elegant Bluetooth headset to wear behind
the ear.

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Office Car Solutions


Data Cable USB DCA-140 Mobile Holder HMH-100
For connecting the phone to the USB port of Universal cradle without antenna port. Ideal
the PC. With charging capacity. for use with Headset or Car Kit Portable.
Sync Station DSC-100 Car Kit Portable HKP-100
Table support for the telefone to facilitate The portable handsfree car kit can easily be
simultaneous data exchange and telephone moved from one car to another. Simply plug
charging. Contains a Desktop Stand and a into the cigarette lighter socket, connect and
Data Cable USB. talk.
Car Kit Bluetooth Easy HKW-100
Bluetooth high-tech handsfree kit without ca-
ble connection to the mobile phone. Plugs
into cigarette lighter socket - no installation
effort required.
Car Kit Bluetooth Portable HKW-700
Bluetooth high-tech handsfree kit with inte-
grated display and without cable connection
to the mobile phone. Plugs into cigarette
lighter socket - no installation effort required.
Car Kit Bluetooth 75 HKW-710
Innovative fixed installed Bluetooth hands-
free kit with external display for safe and
comfortable calling in the car.
The products are available at specialist
shops or you may visit our online shop at:
Original Accessories
www.BenQMobile.com/shop

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Guarantee certificate (UK) 149

Guarantee certificate (UK)


Without prejudice to any claim the user (cus- Products sold in the United Kingdom the
tomer) may have in relation to the dealer or Guarantee is issued by BenQ Mobile UK
retailer, the customer shall be granted a Ltd., Carmelite 50, Victoria, Embankment,
manufacturer's Guarantee under the London, EC4Y 0DX, U.K.
conditions set out below: Any other claims resulting out of or in con-
In the case of new devices and their com- nection with the device shall be excluded
ponents exhibiting defects resulting from from this Guarantee. Nothing in this Guar-
manufacturing and/or material faults within antee shall attempt to limit or exclude a
24 months of purchase, BenQ Mobile Customers Statutory Rights, nor the man-
shall, at its own option and free of charge, ufacturer's liability for death or personal in-
either replace the device with another de- jury resulting from its negligence.
vice reflecting the current state of the art, The duration of the Guarantee shall not be
or repair the said device. In respect of extended by services rendered under the
parts subject to wear and tear (including terms of the Guarantee.
but not limited to, batteries, keypads, cas- Insofar as no Guarantee default exists,
ings, small parts on casings, protective BenQ Mobile reserves the right to charge
coverings where included in the scope of the customer for replacement or repair.
delivery), this warranty shall be valid for six The above provisions does not imply
months from the date of purchase. a change in the burden of proof to the
This Guarantee shall be invalid if the de- detriment of the customer.
vice defect is attributable to improper treat-
ment and/or failure to comply with To invoke this Guarantee, please contact
information contained in the user manuals. our online support on the Internet
This Guarantee shall not apply to or ex- www.BenQMobile.com/customercare
or the telephone service. The relevant
tend to services performed by the author- number is to be found in the accompanying
ised dealer or the customer themselves
(e.g. installation, configuration, software user guide.
downloads). User manuals and any soft-
ware supplied on a separate data medium
shall be excluded from the Guarantee.
The purchase receipt, together with the
Guarantee
date of purchase, shall be required as evi-
dence for invoking the Guarantee. Claims
certificate (IRL)
under the Guarantee must be submitted Without prejudice to any claim the user
within two months of the Guarantee (customer) may have in relation to the dealer
default becoming evident. or retailer, the customer shall be granted a
Ownership of devices or components re- manufacturers Guarantee under the condi-
placed by and returned to BenQ Mobile tions set out below:
shall vest in BenQ Mobile. In the case of new devices and their com-
This Guarantee shall apply to new devices ponents exhibiting defects resulting from
purchased in the European Union. For manufacturing and/or material faults within
24 months of purchase, BenQ Mobile
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shall, at its own option and free of charge, The purchase receipt, together with the
either replace the device with another de- date of purchase, shall be required as evi-
vice reflecting the current state of the art, dence for invoking the Guarantee. Claims
or repair the said device. In respect of under the Guarantee must be submitted
parts subject to wear and tear (including within two months of the Guarantee de-
but not limited to, batteries, keypads, cas- fault becoming evident.
ings, small parts on casings, protective Ownership of devices or components re-
coverings where included in the scope of placed by and returned to BenQ Mobile
delivery), this warranty shall be valid for six shall vest in BenQ Mobile.
months from the date of purchase. This Guarantee shall apply to new devices
This Guarantee shall be invalid if the de- purchased in the European Union. For
vice defect is attributable to improper care Products sold in the Republic of Ireland the
or use and/or failure to comply with infor- Guarantee is issued by BenQ Mobile UK,
mation contained in the user manuals. Branch Ireland, 1st Floor, Riverview
In particular claims under the Guarantee House, 2123 City Quay, Dublin
cannot be made if: The Republic of Ireland.
The device is opened (this is classed as Any other claims resulting out of or in con-
third party intervention) nection with the device shall be excluded
Repairs or other work done by persons from this Guarantee. Nothing in this Guar-
not authorised by BenQ Mobile. antee shall attempt to limit or exclude a
Customers Statutory Rights, nor the man-
Components on the printed circuit board ufacturers liability for death or personal in-
are manipulated jury resulting from its negligence.
The software is manipulated The duration of the Guarantee shall not be
Defects or damage caused by dropping, extended by services rendered under the
breaking, lightning or ingress of mois- terms of the Guarantee.
ture. This also applies if defects or dam- Insofar as no Guarantee default exists,
age was caused by mechanical, BenQ Mobile reserves the right to charge
chemical, radio interference or thermal the customer for replacement or repair.
factors (e.g.: microwave, sauna etc.) The above provisions does not imply a
Devices fitted with accessories not au- change in the burden of proof to the detri-
thorised by BenQ Mobile ment of the customer.
This Guarantee shall not apply to or ex- To invoke this Guarantee, please contact
tend to services performed by the author- our online support on the Internet
ised dealer or the customer themselves www.BenQMobile.com/customercare
(e.g. installation, configuration, software or the telephone service. The relevant
downloads). User manuals and any soft- number is to be found in the accompanying
ware supplied on a separate data medium user guide.
shall be excluded from the Guarantee.

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License Agreement
This License Agreement ("Agreement") is 2. COPYRIGHT. The Licensed Software
between You and BenQ Mobile GmbH & Co. and all related rights, without limitation in-
OHG, Germany ("BenQ"). The Agreement cluding proprietary rights therein, are owned
authorizes You to use the Licensed Soft- by BenQ, its Licensors or affiliates and are
ware, specified in Clause 1 below, which protected by international treaty provisions
may be included in your phone, stored on a and all applicable national laws. This Agree-
CD-ROM, sent to You by electronic mail or ment does not convey to You nor allow You
over the air, downloaded from BenQ Web to acquire any title or ownership interest in
pages or servers or from other sources un- the Licensed Software or rights therein. The
der the terms and conditions set forth below. structure, organization, data and code of the
Read this Agreement carefully before using Licensed Software are the valuable trade se-
your phone. By using your phone or install- crets and confidential information of BenQ,
ing, copying, and/or using the Licensed Soft- its Licensors or affiliates. You must repro-
ware, You acknowledge that You have read duce and include the copyright notices with
and understood the Agreement and agree to any permitted copies You make of the Li-
be bound by all of the terms and conditions censed Software.
stated below. You further agree that if BenQ 3. LICENSE AND USE. BenQ grants to
or any licensor of BenQ ("Licensor") is re- You a non-exclusive, non-transferable end
quired to engage in any proceeding, legal or user right to install the Licensed Software or
otherwise, to enforce their rights under this use the Licensed Software installed on the
Agreement, BenQ and/or its Licensor shall phone. The Licensed Software is licensed
be entitled to recover from You, in addition to with the phone as a single integrated product
any other sums due, reasonable attorney's and may be used with the phone only as set
fees, costs and disbursements. If You do not forth in these licensing terms.
agree to all of the terms and conditions of 4. LIMITATIONS ON LICENSE. You may
this Agreement, do not install or use the not copy, distribute, or make derivative
Licensed Software. This Agreement governs works of the Licensed Software except as
any Updates, releases, revisions, or en- follows:
hancements to the Licensed Software.
(a) You may make one copy of the Li-
1. LICENSED SOFTWARE. As used in censed Software, excluding the documenta-
this Agreement, the term "Licensed Soft- tion, as an archival backup copy of the
ware" means collectively: all the software in original. Any other copies You make of the
Your phone, all of the contents of the disk(s), Licensed Software are in violation of this
CD-ROM(s), electronic mail and its file at- Agreement.
tachments, or other media with which this
Agreement is provided and includes any re- (b) You may not use, modify, or transfer
lated BenQ or third party software and up- the right to use the Licensed Software other
grades, modified versions, updates, than together with the accompanying hard-
additions and copies of the Licensed Soft- ware or copy the Licensed Software except
ware, if any, distributed over the air, down- as expressly provided in this Agreement.
loaded from BenQ Web pages or servers or (c) You may not sublicense, rent or lease
from other sources. the Licensed Software.

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152 License Agreement

(d) You may not reverse engineer, decom- MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A
pile, modify, or disassemble those Licensed PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR THAT THE
Software programs except and only to the LICENSED SOFTWARE WILL NOT IN-
extent that such activity is expressly permit- FRINGE ANY THIRD PARTY PATENTS,
ted by applicable law notwithstanding this COPYRIGHTS, TRADEMARKS OR OTH-
limitation. ER RIGHTS. THERE IS NO WARRANTY
Parts of the Licensed Software may be sup- BY BENQ OR ITS LICENSORS OR BY ANY
plied by third parties and may be subject to OTHER PARTY THAT THE FUNCTIONS
separate license terms. Such terms are set CONTAINED IN THE LICENSED SOFT-
out within the documentation. WARE WILL MEET YOUR REQUIRE-
5. MISUSE OF THE LICENSED SOFT- MENTS OR THAT THE OPERATION OF
THE LICENSED SOFTWARE WILL BE UN-
WARE OR DATA GENERATED BY THE LI- INTERRUPTED OR ERROR-FREE AND
CENSED SOFTWARE IS STRICTLY BENQ AND ITS LICENSORS HEREBY DIS-
PROHIBITED BY BENQ, MAY VIOLATE CLAIM ANY AND ALL LIABILITY ON AC-
GERMAN, U.S. AND OTHER LAWS AND COUNT THEREOF. NO ORAL OR
MAY SUBJECT YOU TO SUBSTANTIAL LI- WRITTEN INFORMATION OR ADVICE
ABILITY. You are solely responsible for any GIVEN BY A BENQ REPRESENTATIVE
misuse of the Licensed Software under this SHALL CREATE A WARRANTY OR IN ANY
Agreement and for any liability or damage WAY AFFECT THIS DISCLAIMER. YOU
related in any way to your use of the Li- ASSUME ALL RESPONSIBILITY TO
censed Software in violation of this Agree- ACHIEVE YOUR INTENDED RESULTS
ment. You are also responsible for using the AND FOR THE INSTALLATION, USE, AND
Licensed Software in accordance with the RESULTS OBTAINED FROM IT.
limitations of this Agreement.
8. NO OTHER OBLIGATIONS. This
6. TERMINATION. This Agreement is ef- Agreement creates no obligations on the
fective from the first date You install, copy or part of BenQ other than as specifically set
otherwise use the Licensed Software. You forth herein.
may terminate this license at any time by de-
leting or destroying the Licensed Software, 9. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY. IN NO
all back up copies and all related materials EVENT SHALL BENQ, ITS EMPLOYEES,
provided to You by BenQ. Your license LICENSORS, AFFILIATES OR AGENTS BE
rights terminate automatically and immedi- LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT DAMAGES,
ately without notice if You fail to comply with LOST PROFITS, DATA OR BUSINESS, OR
any provision of this Agreement. The rights COSTS OF PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTI-
and obligations under sections 2, 5, 6, 7, 9, TUTE GOODS OR SERVICES, PROPER-
12 and 13 of this Agreement shall survive TY DAMAGE, INTERRUPTION OF
the termination of this Agreement. BUSINESS OR FOR ANY SPECIAL, INDI-
RECT, INCIDENTAL, EXEMPLARY, ECO-
7. YOU ACKNOWLEDGE THE LI- NOMIC, PUNITIVE OR CONSEQUENTIAL
CENSED SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED DAMAGES, HOWEVER CAUSED, AND
"AS IS" AND NEITHER BENQ NOR ANY WHETHER ARISING UNDER CONTRACT,
OF ITS LICENSORS MAKE ANY REPRE- TORT, NEGLIGENCE, OR OTHER THEO-
SENTATIONS OR WARRANTIES, EX- RY OF LIABILITY, OR ARISING OUT OF
PRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT THE USE OF OR INABILITY TO USE THE
NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF
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LICENSED SOFTWARE, EVEN IF BENQ IS 12. APPLICABLE LAW AND FORUM. The
ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH laws of Germany govern this Agreement. No
DAMAGES. THE LIMITATION OF LIABILI- choice of law rules of any jurisdiction will ap-
TY SHALL NOT APPLY IF AND TO THE ply. The courts in Munich shall settle any dis-
EXTENT BENQs LIABILITY IS MANDATO- putes arising out of or relating to this
RY UNDER THE APPLICABLE LAW E.G. Agreement provided you are a merchant.
ACCORDING TO PRODUCT LIABILITY 13. MISCELLANEOUS. This Agreement
LAW OR IN THE EVENT OF INTENTIONAL represents the entire agreement between
MISCONDUCT, PERSONAL INJURY OR You and BenQ relating to the Licensed Soft-
DEATH. ware and (i) supersedes all prior or contem-
10. TECHNICAL SUPPORT. BenQ and its poraneous oral or written communications,
Licensors have no obligation to furnish You proposals, and representations with respect
with technical support unless separately to its subject matter; and (ii) prevails over
agreed in writing between You and BenQ or any conflicting or additional terms of any ac-
the applicable Licensor. knowledgement or similar communication
BenQ and where applicable its Licensors in between the parties during the term of this
the Licensed Software shall be free to use License. Notwithstanding the foregoing,
any feedback received from You resulting some products of BenQ may require You to
from your access to and use of the Licensed agree to additional terms through an on-line
Software for any purpose including (without "click-wrap" license, and such terms shall
limitation) the manufacture, marketing and supplement this Agreement. If any provision
maintenance or support of products and of this Agreement is held invalid, all other
services. provisions shall remain valid unless such va-
11. EXPORT CONTROL. The Licensed lidity would frustrate the purpose of this
Software may include technical data and Agreement, and this Agreement shall be en-
cryptographic software and is subject to Ger- forced to the full extent allowable under ap-
man, European Union and U.S. export con- plicable law. No modification to this
trols and may be subject to import or export Agreement is binding, unless in writing and
controls in other countries. You agree to signed by a duly authorized representative
strictly comply with all applicable import and of each party. This Agreement shall be bind-
export laws and regulations. Specifically, ing on and shall inure to the benefit of the
You agree, to the extent required by U.S. Ex- heirs, successors, and assigns of the parties
port Administration Regulations, that You hereto. The failure of either party to enforce
shall not disclose or otherwise export or re- any right resulting from the breach of any
export the Licensed Software or any part provision of this Agreement by the other par-
thereof delivered under this Agreement to ty will not be deemed a waiver of any right re-
(a) Cuba, Iran, Iraq, Libya, North Korea, Su- lated to a subsequent breach of such
dan, Syria or any other country (including a provision or any other right hereunder. Not-
national or resident of such country) to which withstanding anything to the contrary in this
the U.S. has restricted or prohibited the ex- Agreement, BenQ and/or its licensors may
port of goods or services. enforce its rights, including but not limited
to copyright, trademark or trade names,
in accordance with the rules of law in each
country.

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154 Menu tree

Menu tree
Contacts
Call records
Internet > Enter URL
Bookmarks list
History
Browser settings > Multimedia
Look and feel
Camera > Picture mode Security
Video mode Certificates
WAP push
Browser profiles

Messages > Create message > SMS


Inbox MMS
Drafts E-mail
Sent messages
Instant messaging
Voicemail
Templates > Text templates
MMS templates

Message settings > SMS > SMS profiles


Auto header
Auto signature
Save sent items
Auto delete SMS
Emoticons
Text size

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Menu tree 155

Messages > Message settings > MMS > MMS profiles


E-mail Home retrieval
Roaming retrieval
Req. read report
Req. deliv report
Delivery time
Validity period
Hide number
Anon. messages
Allow read report
Allow deliv report
Creation mode
Auto signature
Save sent items
Allow adverts
Emoticons
Text size
Max msg size

Cell broadcast > Rec. broadcasts


Cell info display
Topic list

Voicemail > Voicemail no.:


Vmail notific.

Organiser > Calendar Instant messaging > My details


Dictat. machine Watcher list
Time zones Block list
Games Remote sync Add notifications
Media player Alerts
Video telephony Sounds
Server

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Extras > SIM toolkit


My menu
Alarm clock
Calculator
Unit converter
Sound recorder
Stopwatch
My stuff
Settings > Profiles
Ringtones > Volume
Voice calls > Melody
Tone

Video calls > Melody


Tone

Messages > Melody


SMS & MMS tone
CBS alert tone
E-mail tone

Calendar > Melody


Themes Tone

Alarm clock > Melody


Inst.msg sounds Tone
Game sounds
Startup sound
Shutdown sound
Open Clamshell melody
Close Clamshell melody

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Menu tree 157

Settings > Display > Wallpaper


Logo
Screensaver
Greeting message
Backlight time
Brightness
Power save

Vibration > Off


Standard
Helicopter
UFO
Shock
Mosquito
Train

Connectivity > Bluetooth > Bluetooth active


Data counter File location
Connect.profiles Search
Internet profiles Known devices
Linger time Last connected
Bluetooth name
Bluetooth visibility

Shortcuts > Left soft key


Right soft key
Navigation keys > Up
Down
Left
Right

Number keys > Key 1


...
Key 9
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Settings > Call setup > Hide ID


Call waiting
Diverts > All calls
Any key answer Voice calls
Open clamshell Video calls
Fax
Data
Messages

Video calls > Show my image


Select image

Phone > Language > Display language


T9 mode Input language
Key tones
Info tones
File system > Format card
Phone identity Memory assistant
Device manager
Master reset

Clock > Time


Date
Time zone
Time format
Date format
Show clock
Auto time

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Settings > Security > Auto key lock


Only protect. SIM
PIN codes > PIN control
This SIM only Change PIN
Change PIN2
Change phonecde

Barrings > All outgoing


Content downl'd ? Outg. internat.
Outg. int. x home
All incoming
Network > Network info When roaming
Choose network Status check
Auto network Clear all
Preferred network
Mode selection
Fast search

Accessories > Car kit > Edit profile


Auto answer

Headset > Edit profile


Charge via USB Auto answer

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160 Index

Index
A Call
Accessories ....................................... 147 Swap (change) ............................... 35
Car solutions ................................ 148 Waiting .................................. 35, 123
Energy.......................................... 147 Call log lists ........................................ 49
Handsfree..................................... 147 Call setup ......................................... 123
Office ........................................... 148 Call waiting on/off ............................ 123
Settings........................................ 135 Calling................................................ 32
Alarm clock....................................... 102 Camera .............................................. 52
Answering service (external) ............... 88 Options.......................................... 55
Any key answer................................. 125 Settings ......................................... 55
Auto key lock .................................... 131 Take picture/video .......................... 53
Auto time ......................................... 130 Car kit settings ................................. 135
Car solutions .................................... 148
B Care and maintenance...................... 144
Backlight time................................... 117 Case sensitivity (T9)............................ 28
Band selection .................................. 134 Cell broadcast (CB)
Barrings ............................................ 131 Receive .......................................... 63
Battery Settings ......................................... 77
Charge ........................................... 15 Charge ............................................... 15
Insert.............................................. 14 via USB ........................................ 135
Operating time .......................16, 145 Charges.............................................. 51
quality declaration ........................ 144 Charging time .................................... 15
Remove .......................................... 15 Choose network ............................... 133
Bluetooth ....................................... 118 Clamshell
Bookmark Auto accept.................................. 125
Media player................................. 108 open/close ....................................... 9
WAP ............................................... 89 Open/close melody....................... 115
Browser .............................................. 89 Clock................................................ 129
Profiles ........................................... 91 Codes................................................. 25
Settings.......................................... 89 Conference call .................................. 36
Connection profiles .......................... 120
C Connectivity ..................................... 118
Calculator ......................................... 103 Contacts............................................. 40
Calendar ............................................. 96 Distribution list............................... 40
Alarm ............................................. 98 Filter .............................................. 44
Receive Appointment................65, 67 Groups........................................... 42
Call Inst. Message ................................. 80
Accept/end ..................................... 34 New entry ...................................... 41
Charges/Duration............................ 50 Options.......................................... 44
Conference..................................... 36 Receive/save................................... 68
Divert ........................................... 123 Send .............................................. 46
End ................................................ 33 SIM Contacts .................................. 43
Hold ............................................... 35 Synchronise ................................... 46
Menu ............................................. 38 Content download prompt ............... 132
Mute .............................................. 38 Control code (DTMF) .......................... 39
Reject ............................................. 34 Create messages ................................ 57
Customer Care.................................. 142

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D G
Data counter..................................... 120 Games................................................ 95
Date format ...................................... 129 My Stuff ....................................... 111
Declaration of conformity ................. 145 GPRS ................................................ 120
Device manager................................ 127 Greeting message............................. 117
Dialled calls (call log) .......................... 49 Guarantee certificate ........................ 149
Dialling
voice dialling .................................. 46 H
with number keys ........................... 32 Handsfree talking ............................... 35
Dialling code....................................... 32 Headset
Dictating machine............................... 99 Accessories .................................. 147
Digital Rights Management ................. 20 Settings ....................................... 135
Display ............................................. 116 Hide ID on/off ................................... 123
Backlight time .............................. 117 Hold call ....................................... 35, 38
Brightness .................................... 117 Hotline ............................................. 142
Duration/charges ............................ 51 I
Greeting message......................... 117
Language ..................................... 126 IMEI number .................................... 126
Logo............................................. 116 Inbox ................................................. 62
Power save ................................... 117 Info tones......................................... 126
Screensaver.................................. 116 Input language ........................... 29, 126
Symbols ......................................... 11 Inst. Message ..................................... 79
Wallpaper ..................................... 116 Contacts ........................................ 80
Distribution list ................................... 40 End conversation ........................... 83
Divert calls........................................ 123 Login/logout .................................. 79
Download........................................... 92 My presence .................................. 85
DTMF tones (tone sequences) ............. 39 Options.......................................... 85
Duration/charges ................................ 50 Receive conversation...................... 84
Settings ......................................... 86
E Start conversation .......................... 81
E-mail View conversation.......................... 82
Account.......................................... 75 International dialling code .................. 33
Create ............................................ 60 Internet.............................................. 89
Retrieve/read .................................. 65 Games ........................................... 95
Settings.......................................... 74 Profiles......................................... 121
Emergency number ............................ 18 J
Extras ............................................... 101
Alarm clock................................... 102 Java Application Manager (JAM) ......... 93
Calculator..................................... 103 K
My menu...................................... 101
SIM toolkit .................................... 101 Key lock ............................................... 8
Sound recorder............................. 104 Automatically............................... 131
Stopwatch .................................... 105 Clamshell closed .............................. 6
Unit converter .............................. 103 Key tones ......................................... 126
F L
Fast access........................................ 122 Language ......................................... 126
Fast list search .................................... 23 License agreement ........................... 151
Fast network search .......................... 134 Linger time....................................... 121
File system........................................ 126 Logo ................................................ 116
Lost of phone, SIM card .................... 145

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M O
Mailbox .............................................. 88 Offline mode ...................................... 18
Main menu ......................................... 21 Only protected SIM........................... 131
Maintenance of phone ...................... 144 Operating time ................................... 16
Mark mode ......................................... 24 Battery ......................................... 145
Master reset...................................... 128 Organiser ........................................... 96
Media player..................................... 106 Calendar ........................................ 96
Bookmarks ................................... 108 Dictating machine .......................... 99
Music ........................................... 106 Remote sync .................................. 99
Options ........................................ 109 Time zones..................................... 99
Pictures ........................................ 108 Overview phone ................................... 6
Videos .......................................... 108
Memory assistent................................ 23 P
Memory card ...................................... 13 PC connection .................................... 27
Menu speed dialling............................ 24 Phone
Menu tree......................................... 154 Operating time............................. 145
Message Overview ......................................... 6
Cell broadcast................................. 63 Security settings........................... 131
Drafts ............................................. 69 switch on/off.................................. 17
E-mail............................................. 60 Technical data.............................. 145
Inbox.............................................. 62 Phone code ........................................ 25
Inst. Message ................................. 79 Phone identity number (IMEI) ........... 126
MMS .............................................. 57 Picture
Sent ............................................... 69 My Stuff ....................................... 111
Settings.......................................... 70 Take picture ................................... 53
SMS................................................ 57 PIN
WAP push ....................................... 63 Change .......................................... 26
Micro SD Card ..................................... 13 Control .......................................... 25
Insert.............................................. 13 Enter.............................................. 17
Microphone on/off .............................. 38 Error ............................................ 141
Missed calls (log list) ........................... 49 Phone code .................................... 25
MMS PIN2 ................................................... 25
Create ............................................ 57 Power save....................................... 117
Receive........................................... 62 Preferred network ............................ 133
Settings.......................................... 72 Preventing accidental activation ......... 27
Mobile Phone Manager ..................... 136 Product data..................................... 145
Music ............................................... 106 Profiles............................................. 113
Muting (microphone).......................... 38 PUK, PUK2 .......................................... 25
My menu .......................................... 101 Q
My Stuff............................................ 110
Questions & Answers........................ 138
N
R
Navigation key.................................... 21
Network ........................................... 133 Received calls (call log) ....................... 50
Choose ......................................... 133 Redial................................................. 33
Fast search ................................... 134 Remote sync....................................... 99
Info .............................................. 133 Ringtones......................................... 114
No connection.............................. 139
Preferred ...................................... 133
Select band .................................. 134

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S T
Safety precautions ................................ 3 T9
Screensaver ...................................... 116 On/off .......................................... 126
Security Text entry ...................................... 29
Codes ............................................. 25 Tabs ................................................... 21
Settings........................................ 131 Talk time (battery)............................ 145
Settings ............................................ 113 Task switching.................................... 25
Accessories................................... 135 Key .................................................. 7
Call setup ..................................... 123 Technical data .................................. 145
Clock ............................................ 129 Templates .......................................... 31
Connectivity ................................. 118 Text entry
Display ......................................... 116 Edit menu ...................................... 29
Network ....................................... 133 Input language............................... 29
Phone........................................... 126 T9 on/off ...................................... 126
Profiles ......................................... 113 With T9 .......................................... 29
Security ........................................ 131 Without T9 ..................................... 28
Shortcuts...................................... 122 Text module ....................................... 31
Vibration ...................................... 117 Themes ............................................ 115
Short message (SMS) .......................... 57 This SIM only on/off.......................... 131
Shortcuts .......................................... 122 Time format ..................................... 129
Show clock on/off ............................. 130 Time zones........................... 18, 99, 129
Signal strength ................................... 19 Time/Date .................................. 18, 129
Silent Alert........................................ 117
SIM card U
Clear barring................................... 26 Unit converter .................................. 103
Insert.............................................. 13 User guide symbols ............................ 20
Problems ...................................... 139 V
Toolkit.......................................... 101
SMS Vibration .......................................... 117
Create ............................................ 57 Video
Receive........................................... 62 Media player ................................ 108
Settings.......................................... 70 My Stuff ....................................... 111
SOS .................................................... 18 Take video ..................................... 53
Sound recorder ................................. 104 Video call
Sounds End ................................................ 33
My Stuff ....................................... 111 Key .................................................. 7
Playback ....................................... 104 Options.......................................... 38
Record.......................................... 104 Settings ....................................... 125
Special characters ............................... 28 Voice dialling...................................... 46
Standard functions.............................. 22 Activate ......................................... 48
Standby mode .................................... 19 Record voice tag............................. 47
Standby time ..............................16, 145 Voice message (mailbox) .................... 88
Stopwatch ........................................ 105 Volume
Swap calls........................................... 35 Handset volume ............................. 33
Switch on/off phone ........................... 17
Symbols.............................................. 11

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W
Wallpaper ......................................... 116
WAP ................................................... 89
WAP push
Read/load ....................................... 68
Receive........................................... 63
Settings.......................................... 91
Wildcard ............................................. 42

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