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    GB • 4311 255 50571[...]

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    Discover y our phone Phili ps continu ously strives to impro ve its prod ucts, and th e informa tion and specifica tions descri bed in th is user g uide are subje ct to change wit hout notice. Philips tries to ensur e that all informa tion in this use r guide is corr ect, but does no t acce pt liabil ity for an y erro r , om ission or dis crepan cy[...]

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    1 T able of content s Operate your phon e .......... 4 Soft keys ....... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... .... ........ .. 4 Navig atio n keys ........ ..... ..... .... ..... ..... 4 The c arous el ... ..... ..... ..... ..... .... ........ .. 5 Text or numb er entry ...... .... ..... ..... 5 T9 ® text Input ............ ........... .............. 6 B[...]

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    2 5. Sett ings & Quick Settings ............ 26 Introd uctio n .... ..... ..... ..... ..... .... ..... ... 26 Setti ngs ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... 26 Sound s ........ .......... .......... ........... ............ 26 Secur ity ....... .......... .......... ........... .......... .. 28 Time and date ... .......... ....[...]

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    3 To one or several recip ients .......... .. 6 5 With a n attac hment ... ........... .......... .. 66 Recei ve an d read e-m ails ... ..... ..... 66 Connect to the ser ver . ........... .......... .. 66 Downlo ad e-mails ............ ........... ....... 67 Get and store a ttachme nts . .......... .. 67 Add an e -mail address to the phone book ...[...]

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    4 Operate y our phone Softkeys A set of ke ys loca ted betw een the screen and the alphanumeric k eypad allows y ou to control the various operations made from your phone: - pr essing - launches the fe ature of the left on-scree n tab, - pr essing + launches the feature of the right on-screen tab, - pr essing , applies to the centre on-scr een tab [...]

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    5 The car ousel T o access a feature or option, press < (anticlockwise) or > (clockwise) a nd press , when the featur e or option of your choice is selected. Another sub- carousel or list will then appear . Press e to return to pr evious menu or pr ess C to go b ack to idle. L Pressing 4 or 6 k eys will alternate betwe en two options , suc h [...]

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    6 T9 ® text Inpu t What is it? T9 ® predictiv e T ext Input is an intelligent editing mode f or SMS and e-mail, including a comprehensiv e dictionnar y . It allows y ou to quickly enter text. Press only once on the ke y corr esponding to each lette r needed to spell a w ord: k eystro kes input ar e anal ysed and the wor d suggest ed by T9 ® is d[...]

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    7 Basic text input Although y our phone pro vides you w ith the T9 ® predictiv e T ext Input by default, if you wish to access the basic text input, selec t “Abc” basic text input using * key . This method r equires multiple k ey presses to reach the de sired charact er : the letter "h" is the s econd letter on key 4 , you must press[...]

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    8 Reminder Switch on/off Press C to switch on, press and hold to switch off (then pre ss , to confirm switch off). Enter PIN Enter y our PIN code using the k eypad and pr ess , or # to confirm. Make a c all Enter phone n umber on k eypad and pre ss + to dial, or pre ss , to se le ct Call , then pr ess , to call. Answer a call Press + when y our pho[...]

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    9 1 • Get star ted L Read the safety instructi ons in the "Precautions" section before use. First steps T o use your phone, you must insert a valid SIM card supplied by your GSM operator or retailer . The SIM card contains y our subscription, y our mobile number , and a memory in which you can store phone numbers and messages (see “Ph[...]

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    Get sta rted 10 from a busive use. It is preconfigur ed and communicated to you by y our operator or retailer . T o personalise the PIN code , see page 29. L If you enter a wrong PIN code 3 times , your SIM card is bloc k ed. T o unbloc k it, you must r e quest the PUK code fr om your operator . 3 Enter y our PIN code. If you mak e a mistak e , pre[...]

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    11 Get sta rted 3 The SIM phonebook is the default and you must select Phonebook > Phonebook Settings > Phonebook select > In phone to switch phonebooks. First call 1 Enter the phone n umber (if you mak e a mistak e, press e ) and press + . 2 Once connected, your phone emits 2 beeps. T o end the call, press - . Charge the batter y Y our ph[...]

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    Get sta rted 12 • Depending on the network and condition of use, and provid ed that the Bluetooth setting is Off (see page 71), talk time goes fr om 2h40 to 6h30 hours and standby time from 10 days to 2 weeks. L K ee ping the charger plugg e d to the mobile when the batter y i s fully cha rged doesn’t damage the batter y. The only way to turn o[...]

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    13 2 • Main features Idle screen After s witching your phone on and entering the PIN cod e (see page 9), y our phone displa ys the idle screen which means that it is ready to be used. In id le mode, several symbols can be displa yed simultaneously . L If th e n symbol isn’t dis played, the network is not currently availa ble . Y ou may be in a [...]

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    Main feat ures 14 Events Some ev ents may modify the idle screen (misse d call, new message, reminder from the organiser , etc .). In this ca se, press , to access the corr espond ing menu or long press e to go back to idle. L If you locked your k eypad, you must unloc k it before being able to access any menu. Y ou lock /unlock y our keypad by pre[...]

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    15 Main feat ures See & hear who’ s calling: Fotocall L This feature is only available when you select the phonebook of your phone, not the SIM phoneb ook. The Fotocall feature allows you to: - personalize the 10 groups a vailable with a specifi c name ("Friends", "Office", "Leasure", etc.), a given picture of th[...]

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    Main feat ures 16 Flash dial Instead of accessing the Phonebook menu and scrolling thr ough the list of names, you can link the r elevant name card to a hotk ey , so that a long press on the chosen key will directly call him (e. g. long press on 2 to call your home or on 3 to call your office). L Y ou can only program k eys 2 to 9 , as k eys 0 (sel[...]

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    17 Main feat ures 3 When the option Add voice t ag? appears, pr ess , , then follow the instructions displa yed on the scr een. When prompted to re cord your voi ce tag, mak e sure y ou are in a quie t enviro nment, choose a short and simple w ord and clearly pr onounce it. 4F r o m t h e Vo i c e d i a l menu, press C to go ba ck to idle. 5P r e s[...]

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    Main feat ures 18 Lock / unlock the ke ypad Y ou can lock the k eypad to pr otect the ke ys from being pr essed accidentally (e.g ., when the phone is in y our pocket). 1 T o lock the ke ypad, press and hold e when in id le screen. The icon L appears o n the scr een. 2 T o unlock the k eypad, press and hold e again . L Notes: • Y ou can also c ho[...]

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    19 Main feat ures Activate the vibra alert If you ha ve set the function, your phone vibra tes when receiving an incoming call (activating the silent mode v ia the Silenc e Quicksett ing as descr ibed abov e will also activate the vibra alert). Otherw ise, proceed as follows: 1 In idle screen, press C and s elect Settings , Sounds , Vibra alert . 2[...]

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    Main feat ures 20 notepad memor y . When the call ends, pr ess , to dial it, stor e it in the Phonebook , etc . L If you press , just after having ente red the number and before the call ends, you will be able to store thi s number in the phoneboo k, call it or send a SMS . Consult the phoneboo k T o consult the phonebook d uring a call: 1 Press C [...]

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    21 3 • Menu tree The menus contain all y our GSM phone functions. The y all feature icons or sc rollable lists: press , to enter a men u or sub-menu, press 4 or 6 t o mo v e le ft or rig ht in a me nu and 2 or 8 to scroll in a list and press , to validate an entry or to confirm a choice. Operato r Serv ices p82 * W AP p77 Advance d / Access setti[...]

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    22 Menu tree Security p28 K eypad loc k / Public names / Call barr ing / Change codes / PI N prot ec ti on Time an d date p30 Clock display / Set date / Set time / Time zo ne / Daylight savings Language p31 Accessories p31 Car melodies / Car kit command / Auto switch off / Auto answ er H ot key s p 3 2 V oice command p34 Netw ork p35 GPRS attach / [...]

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    23 4 • Display & Pictures Introduction Picture album This menu allows you to manage and displa y the pictures stor ed in your mobile phone, to View or De le te them, Change their name or Send them via Bluetooth . When entering one of the a vailable sub-menus, the pictures stor ed in your phone ar e display ed as a text list. T o access the gr[...]

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    24 Display & Pictures L GIF and JPEG images must have the correct size and format for your mobile phone to store and disp lay th em correctly. Please c hec k “Get and sto re attach ments” page 67 for complete information on this s ubject. Display This submenu of the Settings m enu gives y ou a ccess to all options concerning the displa y , [...]

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    25 Display & Pictures 2S e l e c t Start de lay and press 4 or 6 to choose a value between1 and 5 mn. When in idle mode, the screen sav er will star t according to the time limit you ha ve set. 3 Then sele ct the screen sa ver Displa y period (fr om 10 seconds to 5 mn) and press , . The timing y ou hav e set will be a pplied between each pictur[...]

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    26 5 • Settings & Quic k Settings Introduction Settings Sounds This menu allows you to change the ringer volume, select a ringer melod y , to set alert beeps and ac tivate or deactivate the vibra a ler t. Ringer v olume By default the ringer v olume is set to Med i um . Press 4 or 6 to set the vol um e of yo ur ri n g er fro m Silent to Incre[...]

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    27 Settings & Quick S ettings • Dow nloaded and o wn melody The Own melodies menu allows you to stor e melodies y ou hav e receiv ed via S M S , e i t h e r d ow n l o a d e d f ro m a w e b s i t e ( s e e b e l o w ) o r r e c e i v e d f ro m a f r i e n d . L T o persona lise your phone , you can download new ringers by c hoosing them fro[...]

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    28 Settings & Quick S ettings Equali zer L This menu is avail able only while a call is in progress. This option allows y ou to choose fr om 5 different equa lizer settings. Y ou access it whi le in conversation with a caller : press , , select Equalizer , scroll thr ough the list, and wait a fe w seconds to hear the differe nce . Press , to co[...]

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    29 Settings & Quick S ettings •C a l l r e s t r i c t i o n Allows you to activate/deactivate the call restriction to the Public Names list. When activated, you can only access the names pre sent in the Public names list, as opposed to the Phonebook item of the main men u. L This function is subscrip tion dependent and requires a PIN2 code ([...]

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    30 Settings & Quick S ettings PIN protect ion Allows you to activate/deactivate the PIN pr otection when switching on your phone. W hen the PIN code is activated, you will be asked to enter y our PIN code when switch i ng your phone on. L If your PI N code i s deactivated, y ou cannot c hange it. PIN2 code Depending on your SIM card, some featu[...]

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    31 Settings & Quick S ettings Daylight savings L This setting only concerns countr ies in which ti me is set according to summer/ winter time (e .g. Greenwic h Meridian T ime / Britis h Summer Time). This option allows you to set the daylight sa v ings to On (in summ er t ime) or Off (in winter time) by pressing 4 or 6 . As this setting impacts[...]

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    32 Settings & Quick S ettings Auto swi tch off Allows you to automatically swith off the phone, either immediately , 30 second, 5 minutes or 3 hours after turning the car ignition off. Auto a nsw er Allows you to select the automatic answering of incoming calls. Y ou can set a dela y for automatic answ ering from 5 to 1 5 seconds. Hotkeys Inste[...]

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    33 Settings & Quick S ettings Activates the headset quick se ttin g (ringe r volume medium, any k ey answ er on) . Activates the meeting quick setting (vibra on, ringer and all k eys set to silent). Activates the outdoors quick se ttin g (ringe r vo lume high , k eypad l ock on with a 1mn dela y). Activates the personal settings. Activates the [...]

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    34 Settings & Quick S ettings V oice command V oi ce command menu allows y ou to quickly activate a specific function: instead of programming a hotke y , you simply set a voice tag that will activate a feature when you pr onounce the associated word . Y ou can associate a V oi ce command to the functions supported by the Hotke y s (see page 32)[...]

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    35 Settings & Quick S ettings L The duration of a vo ice tag is 2 s econds . Up to 40 voice tags ca n be defined and shared betw een voice dia l and voice command. Network This menu allows y ou to handle the connection between the phone and the network, r egister manually the a vaila ble network s and manage your pr eferr ed networ ks. Registe [...]

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    36 Settings & Quick S ettings L In spite of these settings , yo u must still sele ct the bearer ( GSM or GPRS) in t he menus of each app lication to be used (WAP or da ta tr a nsfer). Ca ll set tings This menu allows y ou to set all the call options (call forward, waiting, etc.). Call f orward Allows you to div er t incom ing calls either to yo[...]

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    37 Settings & Quick S ettings L In some case s , you might hav e to enter two numbe r s: one to listen to your mailbox, the other one to f orward calls. Contact your operator for complete information on this subject. Autore dial Allows you to activate/deactivate the autoredial f eature. If autoredial is switched on and if the line is busy , you[...]

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    38 Settings & Quick S ettings Quick s ett in gs This menu allows you to access a gr oup of predefined settings, which let you quickly adapt y our phone to your envir onment by changing sev eral settings at once. For example , sele cting Meeting will set y our ringer volume to silent, activate vibra and deactivate ke y tones (other items are set[...]

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    39 Settings & Quick S ettings Accessori es settings When connecting an accessor y , the settings described in the table below also become av aila ble in the Quick settings menu. L When dis connecting the accessor y, the p hone goes bac k to the Per s on a l Quic k Setting (see table above). Headset Cigarette Lighter Adapter or Fas t ch ar ger D[...]

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    40 6 • Phoneb ooks Introduction Phonebook The Phonebook menu allows you to select one of the two available phonebooks: the one on y our SIM card or the one in your phone. When Y our mobile phone has two phonebooks. The SIM phonebook is located on the SIM card and the number of entries depends on the card capacity . L The SIM card capacity depends[...]

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    41 Phonebooks entering ne w names in the Phonebook , they will be added to the phonebook selected in this menu. Phonebook i n SIM car d Press C and se lect Phonebook , Phone book settings , Phonebook se lect . Then pr ess 4 or 6 to select the phonebook located in your S IM card. Names added to this phonebook can then be copied into the phone book l[...]

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    42 Phonebooks 3 Select the type of number allocated to the name: Pho ne , Fax or Data and press , to confirm and stor e this name in y our phonebook. In the phone The phonebook located in your phone handles: Y ou can create up to 300 records holding up to 5 numeric fields of y our choice (e.g. 2 mobile numbers or 3 work n umbers for the same name) [...]

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    43 Phonebooks L Although all its fields can be empty, this item cannot be deleted and is always present. Edit and manage names Once you ha ve stored names in y our phonebook, pr ess + when in idle mode to a ccess the Nam es list. Quic k search Thanks to the built-in pr edictive editor , y ou can search for a name in the phonebook the same wa y you [...]

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    44 Phonebooks - Cop y to phone to cop y the selected name and all related information into the phone book located in your phone. In the phone Add a fiel d 1 T o add a new field to an existing re co rd, select the na me of your choice, press , , select Sho w , then press , . 2S e l e c t <New> and press , . Choose the type of field to be added[...]

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    45 Phonebooks Make default The firs t number y ou enter w hen cr eating a ne w reco rd becomes the default number: it will appear first on the fields list and is the number automatically called when pressing the pick-up k ey or selecting the Ca ll or Se nd SMS option. T o change the de fault number (e.g. make the "W ork" number default in[...]

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    46 7 • Call s and messa ges Introduction Call a num ber Emergenc y number The emergency number will call the near est emergency centre in y our area. In most cases, you can call this number ev en when your k eypad is locked and if you ha ven’ t enter ed your PIN code yet. The Phonebook menu features the information relating to all the names sto[...]

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    47 Calls a nd messages L Depending on the network operator , the eme rgency number can be diall ed without the SIM card being inser ted. 112 is the standard emergency n umber for Europ e (als o for UK: 999 ). 1 T o call this number , enter it in id le mode by pressing the corresponding key s , or press C and selec t P honebook > Emer gency numbe[...]

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    48 Calls a nd messages Messages In addition to calling people, you can also send them text messages, called SMS, together with a melody or an emotion icon (optional). These shor t messa ges can be sent to an y correspondent (sa ved in the Phonebook or not) and ar e displa yed on their mobile phone screen when r eceived. The Sen d SMS item of the Me[...]

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    49 Calls a nd messages T ogeth er wit h an at tachmen t This option allows you to attach a sound, icon o r animation to your message. 1 Depending on the type of file you want to attach, select Add gr aphic to attac h a bitma p image or an animation, and/or Add sound to attach a melody . 2 Select the sub-menu of y our choice, then one of the a vaila[...]

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    50 Calls a nd messages and press - to delete it or + to read it. If a melody is a ttached to this message, it will be play ed automati cally . When the message is displa yed, press , to access the follo wing options: - Reply to the sender and send him a m essage, - For ward the selected message (choo se the rec ipient in the Phonebook or enter a ph[...]

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    51 Calls a nd messages transmitted at the e nd of your message. The length of the message is consequently r educed. Y ou can edit the signatur e , modify and sa ve it. V alidity pe riod Allows you to select the length of time your message is to be stored in your SMS centre b y pressing 4 or 6 . This is useful when the recipient is not connected to [...]

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    52 Calls a nd messages Distr ict code s Allows you to select the type of messages you would like to be permanently displa yed on the idle screen . As a r esult, for this special handling of the message, you m ust enter the type i n both the District code and the To p i c s menu . Call list This menu pro vides you with the list of outgoing and incom[...]

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    53 8 • Or ganiser & Ex t ras Introduction Organiser Create a new e vent This menu allows to create ev ents and stor e them in your organiser . Ev ents can be Meetings , Holid a ys or To D o s . When the organis er alert in On (see page 27), a beep al er ts you when an even t is du e . 1P r e s s C , select Org ani ser > Events and pr ess ,[...]

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    54 Organi ser & Extras 3 Select the type of e vent to cre ate and pr ess , . 4 Enter the starting and ending date & time of the e vent and press + , then enter the text concerning the event (e.g. "Meeting with S mith") and press + . 5T h e Set R eminder menu reminds y ou of e vents via alerts triggered at times you choose. Press &[...]

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    55 Organi ser & Extras 3 C han ge any in form at ion as ne ede d and as des crib ed a bove . Dele te an event • Deleting a single ev ent 1 Press C and se lect Organiser , Events , then the ev ent of your choice and press , twice . 2S e l e c t Delete and pres s , to confirm. • Deleting a repeated e vent By se lectin g a pa st oc curre nce 1[...]

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    56 Organi ser & Extras Views o f event s The Da y view , W e ek v iew and Month view displa y in the se lected format all ev ents stor ed in y our organiser . T o displa y ev ents in thes e views, proceed as follows: 1 Press C , select Or ganiser > the view of y our choice and press , . 2 Once you ente red the select ed view , press 4 or 6 t[...]

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    57 Organi ser & Extras GSM counter This menu gives y ou access to the following options descr ibed below . L The GS M Call Counter s do not inc lude WAP connections . M ost options mentionned below are subscription-dependent. • Accumulated call timer Select this option an d press , to Show or Reset the time duration of Outgoing or Incoming ca[...]

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    58 Organi ser & Extras GPRS count er This subscription-dependent menu allows y ou to select either one of the following options: • Last mo bile sess ion This option will displa y the last connection session or transfer v ol ume of your mobile phone (e.g. , after a W AP connection ov er GPRS). •L a s t PC sess ion This option will displa y t[...]

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    59 Organi ser & Extras Calculator This menu pr ovides the following functions: Enter the figur es using the ke ypad. Calculator accuracy is to 2 decimal places and is rounde d up to the higher decimal figure. Press e to corre c t the numbers. Pr ess and hold 0 to get the d o t. Pr ess - t o g o ba c k o n e st ep , press C to return to idle mod[...]

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    60 9 • E-ma il Introduction Y our mobile phone features an e-mail application allowing you to send and receive e-mails, like you would do from a P C (an attachment such as a jpeg picture can also be included). E-mails can then be forwar ded to someone else and attachments stored in your mobile phone. This featur e is subscription-dependent and sp[...]

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    61 E-mail As shown below , two types of settings must be configured befor e using the e-mail featur e: the settings you get from y our operator , needed to connect to the network (se e “N etwor k ac ces s”), and th e on es you get from th e e -ma il serv ice pro vider to connect to his ser ver (see “E-mail serv er access”) . Y our phone m i[...]

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    62 E-mail 1 Press C , select E-mail then Mailbox 1 , Settings a nd press , . 2S e l e c t Network Access and press , . Bearer This menu allows you to select the type of network used when launching a connection. Press 4 or 6 to access one o f the three choi ce, then , to confirm: -- When selecting GSM or GPRS , y our mobile will only use the GSM or [...]

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    63 E-mail L Error messages duri ng connections are mai nly due to i ncorrect parameters: you should contact your operator befor e first use , in order to have the appro pr iate GPR S par amete rs . The APN (Access Point Name) must be enter ed as given to you by y our operator , as well as Login and Passwor d . GSM settings This menu allows you to e[...]

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    64 E-mail 2S e l e c t E-Ma il ser ver and press , . The fields to be completed are the following: - --- The POP3 a ddr ess field allows you to enter the IP or DSN add ress of the POP3 server , which is used to receiv e e-mails. The SMT P addre ss f iel d all ows you to ent er the I P o r DSN addres s of t he PO P3 server , which is used to send e-[...]

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    65 E-mail Write and send e-mails The Send mail m enu al lows you to sen d e-m ail s to on e or s ever al rec ipi en ts at a time, includ ing with an attachment such as a jp eg picture. Once received, y our messages can be forwarded and the attachme nts visualised with the appr opriate software. T o one or se ver al recipi ent s 1 Press C and s ele [...]

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    66 E-mail Disconnection al so occurs eac h time you enter the Sett ings menu while a connectio n is in p rogress. I n thi s case , y our e-ma il is lost. Depending on the call settings y ou configured (see “ C all waiting” page 37), you can receive calls during an e-mail connection. In this case , and if you accept the incoming call, your phone[...]

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    67 E-mail list, other e-mails headers are pending: select one of the a vailable options and press , to r etrieve them. L An e-mail without any attachem ent may be automaticall y displayed in the detai ls screen. Header s inf ormat ion Sele ct a h ead er an d press - to d ispla y its Details and to see the addre ss it was sent from, the date a nd ti[...]

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    68 E-mail advanced options f or an attached e-mail: it ca n be read, but not stor ed nor fo rwarded. A picture a t the JPEG format is attached to this e-mail. Select the atta ched pi ctu re in the l is t and pres s , twice to store it in your mobile phone (you can rename it if y ou wish). L Y ou must have stored a picture before being able to visua[...]

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    69 E-mail Delete e-mail s 1 Select the e-mail to be delete d and press , to access the options. 2S e l e c t Delete , and press , to mark the e-mail to be deleted. A small icon allows you to spot the header( s) of the list corresponding to the e-mail(s) to be de leted. L T o unmark the e-mail to be deleted, select this option again . 3 When you exi[...]

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    70 10 • Blue tooth features Introduction T echnical information Before us in g th e Bluetoot h fe ature, you sh ould check t hat the external device or accessory to be used with y our mobile phone supports one of the following profiles: L Bluetooth cer tificates are mandator y according to each device and Bluetooth version s uppor ted is 1.1 in a[...]

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    71 Bluetooth features Bluetooth settin g This menu allows y ou to set and m anage the options r ela ting to Bluetooth . In order to communicate with the differ ent wireless devices you will be using, Bluetooth m u s t b e s e t i n s t a n d - b y m o d e . T o c h a n g e t h e d e f a u l t v a l u e o f t h e stand-by duration tim e (set to 15 m[...]

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    72 Bluetooth features 3 The list of devices and accessories detected by the mobile phone appears, including a name (e .g ., "Philips") and a Bluetooth addr ess (un i que iden tifier made of let ters and dig its) . P ress 2 or 8 to select the headset of your choice, then press , . 4 Enter the Pairi ng code (also called "PIN cod e"[...]

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    73 Bluetooth features Make a call 1 Put your he adset on and: • dial your cor respondent’ s number fr om yo ur phone, or • press + and select a name in the list, or • press on the Answer/ talk button on the headset and pronounce the voice tag set for a vo ice di al (s ee “V oi ce co mm and an d voic e d ial ” page 73). 2 Press , , the n[...]

  • Page 76

    74 Bluetooth features P air and use a PC or PD A A PC or PD A must also be paired with your mobile phone via the Bluetooth , Data , Discover able submenu. L Y ou must turn on both devices before running the pairing p rocess. In this mode , your mobile phone is detec ted by the PC or the PDA, from which you must launc h the pair ing process whi ch s[...]

  • Page 77

    75 Bluetooth features L If your device isn’t compatible with Bluetooth , all Mobile Phone T ool s features are made availabl e to you vi a the data connect k it featuring a US B cable . The cable is an accessor y include d in the data connect pack age. As suc h, it is NO T shipped as st andard and must be purchased separately (see page 96). Speci[...]

  • Page 78

    76 Bluetooth features animations will let you know when the item is r eceived: the message "Received fr om [d evice name]" is then display ed. L A name or an event card r e ceived isn’t actually sav ed yet in your phonebook or organizer : to save it, you must enter the relevant menu as described below and c hoose to st ore the received [...]

  • Page 79

    77 11 • W AP se rvic es Introduction WA P Y our mobile phone supports ser vices based on the Wireless Application Protocol (W AP ). The built-in W AP bro wser will allow you to access servi ces supplied with yo ur network, such as news, sports, weather , timetables, etc. Launch Y our phone ma y have been pre-configur ed to directly access the ser[...]

  • Page 80

    78 WAP serv ices • In idle mode, press C , sel ect Oper . Se r vices , WA P , Launch a nd press , . An animation shows the phone is connecting to the homepage. Once the browser is launched, you ar e connected to y our operator’ s homepage. Bro wse The following commands e nable you to n avigate thr ough the W AP pages: • Press 2 or 8 to navig[...]

  • Page 81

    79 WAP serv ices 2 Enter the name of the W AP page of your choice (e.g. "P hilips") and press + . 3 Then enter the URL add ress of the homepa ge (e .g. http:// wap .pcc and press + to stor e it. 4 Back to the Fa vorites list, press - to displa y the correspond ing deta ils, + to go to the selected Favo rite or , to access th[...]

  • Page 82

    80 WAP serv ices The three access settings available in this me nu are the following: -- Each of these settings a llows you to: - Visualise all parameters of the selected W AP profile (Gatewa y IP Addr ess, Homepage addr ess, phone number , etc.), either GSM or GPRS, - Activate the selected profile (which then becomes the default profile and is use[...]

  • Page 83

    81 WAP serv ices GPRS setti ngs Allows you to enter or change the GPRS settings and give s you access to the following items: - -- Log in , Pas sword and Inactivity time are the same field s as for GSM settings. Please refer to the pre v ious section for inf ormation. APN allows you to enter the address of the e xternal data network y ou want to co[...]

  • Page 84

    82 12 • Other operator ser vices Introduction GSM strings The phone supports standard GS M strings that can be sent fr om the k eypad to the network and used to activate supplementary ser vices pr ovided by the ne twork. • Example n° 1 Press * 4 3 # , then , , to activate the Call W aiting ser vice. • Example n° 2 Press * # 3 1 # , then , ,[...]

  • Page 85

    83 Other oper ator services Query a voice server , v oice m ailbo x, messaging service, etc. (DTMF tones) Some phone services (such as phone answ ering machines and pagers) r equire y our phone to transmit DTMF tones ( Dual T one MultiFrequency), also known as “touch tones”. These are used to communicate passwor ds, callback numbers, caller cho[...]

  • Page 86

    84 Other oper ator services 2 T o toggle between the tw o calls, press , then select Switch calls . Eac h tim e th at yo u t ogg le fr om one ca ll t o a no the r , th e act iv e c all is pl ace d o n ho ld and the call which was on hold is activated. 3 T o hang up the a ctive line, press + . The active line is hung up and the call on hold remains [...]

  • Page 87

    85 Other oper ator services Answer a third call This option is subscription-d ependent. While in communica tion and one call being on hold, you ma y receive a third call. The phone emits an aler t beep . Y ou ca n either end one of the calls befor e being able to ans wer the third one or i ntroduce the calling part y into a conference (see below). [...]

  • Page 88

    86 Other oper ator services In-call symbols During calls, the following symbols can be displa yed: Mute Incoming call Call underway Active call placed on hold Outgoing call Fisio825_GB_4311 255 Page 86 Vendredi, 18. octobre 2002 9:45 09[...]

  • Page 89

    87 Precautions Radio w aves • Y our phone transmits/r eceives radio wa ves in the GSM fr equency (900 / 1800MHz). • The GSM network contr ols transmission powe r (0.01 to 2 watts). • Y our phone complies with all r elevant safe ty standards. • The CE mark on your phone sho ws compliancy with Eur opeen electroma gnetic compatibility (Ref. 89[...]

  • Page 90

    88 complies with all applicable safety standards and the Radio Equipment and T elecommunications T erminal Equipment Directive 1999/5/EC. Inadequately pr otected or sensitive electronic equipment may be affe cted by radio energy . This interfer ence can lead to accide nts. Always switch off your phone • Bef ore boar ding an aircraft and or when p[...]

  • Page 91

    89 • Do not expose your phone to extreme tempera tures. • T reat the phone with car e . Any misuse will v oid the International Guarantee . • Do not immerse the phone in any l iquid ; if y our phone is damp , switch it off, remo ve the batt er y and let them dry for 24hrs bef ore using them aga i n. • T o clean the phone, wipe it with a sof[...]

  • Page 92

    90 • If y ou want to use your phone in a v ehicle , install the hands-free car kit which is designed for that purpose, still ensuring you g ive full attention to driving. • Ensur e that your ph one and car kit do not block a ny airbags or oth er security devices fitted in your ca r . • Th e use of an ala rm system to operate a v ehicle' [...]

  • Page 93

    91 T roub leshooting PROBLEM SOLUT ION The phone does not swit ch o n Remo ve and reinst all the batter y (see page 9). Then charg e the phone until the bat ter y icon has stopped flashing. Finally , unplug from the charger and try to switch the mobile on. The disp la y show s BLOCKED when you swit ch on Somebody tried to use your phone but didn’[...]

  • Page 94

    92 When charging the batter y, the batt ery ico n sh ow s n o ba rs and the outline is flashing Only charge the ba tter y in an envir onment where th e temperature does not g o below 0°C (32°F) or above 50°C (113°F). In other cases please contact your phone supplier . Yo u a r e n o t s u r e that you receiving calls properly T o receiv e all c[...]

  • Page 95

    93 Glossary Bluetoot h A new technology to enabl e seemless data and voice transmission via short-ra nge radio. Call barring Enables you to re strict or bar certain or all types of c alls to and from your mobile phone, i.e. outgoing calls, outgoing international calls, incoming calls. Barring is activated with a personal code. T o use this serv ice[...]

  • Page 96

    94 Local netwo rk The netw ork where y ou ar e making a call. This ma y be your home netw ork or another GSM network. PIN Personal Identificatio n Number - An optional c ode used for all GSM-based phones to establish a personal authentication access to the phone m enu. The P IN code is commonly given with y our subscription and i s the s ecret code[...]

  • Page 97

    Philips authentic accessories When performance counts... Philips Authentic Accessories are designed to maximise the performance of your Philips mobile phone . CHARGERS Cigarette Lighter Adapter 12-24 V • Charges the ba tter y while you use your phone. • Plugs into virtually any vehicle pow er outlet. CKLR 12/P - 9 911 240 34118 T ra vel Charger[...]

  • Page 98

    T o maxim ise the per formance of y our Philip s phone an d not to v oid the warranty , alwa ys purch ase Philip s Authentic Acces sories that a re speci ally desig ned for us e with y our pho ne. Philips Cons umer Co mmun ications cann ot be held liable for any dam age due to use wi th non a uthor is ed ac cesso ri es. As k for Ph ilip s Aut hent [...]

  • Page 99

    Dec laration of conf ormity We , Philips France Mobile T elephony Business Creation T eam Route d’Angers 72081 Le Mans cedex 9 FRANCE declare under our sole r esponsibil ity that the pr oduct CT 9889 Cellular Mobile Radio GSM 900/GSM 1800 T A C: 350053 to which this declaration relates, is in conformity wi th the follo w ing Standards: EN 60950, [...]