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    i X401EN1WW1b Contents Important In formation ... .......... .......... .............. ... 1 Safety con siderations ........ ........... ............. ...... 1 SAR ... .......... ........... ............. .......... ........... .......... . 4 European Union – RTTE ............. ................ .... 4 Care and Main tenance ............ ..........[...]

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    ii Contents Applications ... ............. ........... ............. .......... ....76 STK (SIM To ol Kit) ........... .......... ............. .......76 Alarm ........ ........... .......... ........... .......... ............7 6 Sound recorder........... ............. ............. ..........77 Calculator .... .......... ........... .............[...]

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    1 Important Information Than k you for purchasing this Panasonic digital ce llular phon e. This phone is designed to operate on GS M networks – GSM900 and GSM1800 . It also supports GPRS for packet data connecti ons. Please ensure the battery is fully charged before use. We, Panasonic Mobile Communicati ons Development of Eu rop e Ltd., declare t[...]

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    2 Important Information Care must be taken when using th e phone in clos e proximit y to personal medical devices, such as pacemakers and hearing aids. For most efficient use, hold the ph one as you w ould any normal phone. To avoid deter ioration of signal quality or antenna p erformance, do not tou ch or “cup” the antenna area while the phone[...]

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    3 Important Information You are advised to take appropriate care over the use of the internal camera. It is your responsibility to ensur e that you have permi ssion to take photogra phs of people and ob jects and that you do not infringe any personal or third party righ ts when using the camera. You must comply with any applicable intern ational or[...]

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    4 SAR European Union – RTTE THIS PANASONIC PHONE (MODEL EB-X400) MEETS THE EU REQUIREMENTS FOR EXPOSURE TO RADIO WAVES. Your mobile phone is a radio transmitter and receiver. It is designed and manufactured not to exceed the limit s for exposure to radio frequency (RF) energy recommen ded by The Council of the European Union. These limits are par[...]

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    5 Care and Maintenance Pressing any of the keys may produce a loud tone. Avoid holding the phone close to the ear while pressing the keys. Extreme temperatures may have a temporary effect on the operation of your phone. This is normal and does n ot indicate a fault . The display quality may d eteriorate if the ph one is used in environments over 40[...]

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    6 Getting Started Some services described in this manual are network depende nt or may only be available on a subscription basis. Some functions are SIM dependent. For more information contact Vodaf one. Inserting and removing the SIM The SIM is inserted into the back of the phone. (See “Attaching and removi ng the battery” below to remove or a[...]

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    7 Getting Started Charging the battery Connecting and disconn ecting the Fast Travel Cha rger The battery must be attached in the phon e before the charger is connected. Connect the charger to the mains power supp ly. When t he phone is charging, the charging indicat or will light and a scrolling icon will appear in the main display. When charging [...]

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    8 Keys & Displays Send key To answer a call or to make an outg oing call 1 key/Vodafone mail key Press and hold to call Vodafone mail Right Soft key Power/End k ey Press and hold to switch your phone on/o ff Earpiece (Receiver ) Charging Connector Pause key/ Quiet Mode key Navigation key Select/scroll/move/ Alert mute/Keyguard Main Display Left[...]

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    9 Keys & Displays Keys Key Function 0 Navigation key: Select and save settings, and scroll/move through menus, text and Contacts. Also serves as shutter button for the camera and to control movements while playing games. < Select ke y: Press centre to select option or to save. Keyguard key: From Idle mode, press and hold to lock th e keypad,[...]

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    10 Keys & Displays Shortcuts When you are familiar with the menu system, you can use the keypad to access featur es instead of navigating through the displ ay menus. Short press (from Idle mode) Long press (from Idle mo de) Illumination light Key Function A Messages @ Vodafone live! < Menu/Alert mute/ Keyguard off 1 Shortcuts 5 Contacts Key [...]

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    11 Keys & Displays Display Icon Meaning Car profile is active SMS message storage are a is full MMS message storage area is full Java™ (Suspended) Unread SMS message Unread MMS message Unread WAP push message Call diverts is on Infrared is active New Vodafone mail message receiv ed Incoming volume 0 Vibration alert is on Alarm is set On-line [...]

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    12 How to Use This Phone Selecting a menu op tion From Idle mode, p ress the centre of t he Navigation key < to open the main menu display. The main menu display has 9 options. Main menu Press to Cancel/Exit or to perfor m function displayed in lower right corner. Press to perform function displayed in the lower left corner. Main menu screen[...]

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    13 How to Use This Phone Symbols used in this manual The table below shows t he symbols used throughou t th ese instructions and the correspond ing meanings in the column on the right. Symbol Meaning < Press centre of the Navigatio n key to select option or to save 1537 Direction in which you can move on the display screen with the Navigat ion k[...]

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    14 Phone Basics and Managing Calls Switching phone ON/OFF Press and hold D f or 3 seconds to swit ch phone on • When the phone is switched on, a greeting may be displa yed and the phone enters Idle mode. Press and hold D a gain to switch phone off Displaying menu 1 To acce ss the menu, press < in Idle mode 2 The menu will be displayed (The men[...]

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    15 Phone Basics and Mana ging Calls International dialling The international code for the destination country/region sh ould be entered, followed by the area code and phone number. 1 Press and hold # 2 Enter country/re gion code 3 Enter area code and phone number C / < Emerge ncy cal l To make an emergency call the antenna ( ) must be present. I[...]

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    16 Phone Basics and Managi ng Calls Vodafone Mail You need to subscribe to the voice mail service through Vodaf one before you can retrieve voice mail messages. To ch eck if voice mail access has been configured, press and hold $ . See “Vodafone Mail” on page 55 on how to prog ramme. 1 When a new voice mail message is received, an alert sounds [...]

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    17 Phone Basics and Mana ging Calls In-call options During a call: A for options 4 required option < / A Earpiece volume During a call: 4 / 2 to adjust earpiece volume Desktop Handsfree Desktop Handsfree allows you to have a conversation without holding the phone to your ear. Swapping between Handsfree and Handheld calls: During a Handheld call:[...]

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    18 Phone Basics and Managi ng Calls Incoming call while on a call During a call, you may receive another call. To enable this, Call waiting mu st be on. (See “Call waiting” on page 32 .) Accept a second call: C / A (The second call is active, the current ca ll is put on hold) When two calls are connected, the fol lo wing options are available b[...]

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    19 Phone Basics and Mana ging Calls Multi-party call A multi-party call has 3 or more people in conversation at the same time. ( F ) 1 Establish a multi-party call by merging two calls 2 Continue to add peopl e to the multi-party call ( up to 5 connections in total) by calling others or by accepting incoming calls When making a call or accepting an[...]

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    20 Phone Basics and Managi ng Calls Call log Recently dialled pho ne numbers, answered ca lls and missed calls are stored in the Call log. The numbers in the Call log list c an be used to cal l, send messages or add to Contacts. You can also del ete the numbe rs from the list. Viewing Call log 1 C 2 2 Dialled numbers , Answered calls or Missed call[...]

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    21 Phone Basics and Mana ging Calls Saving a phone number from Call lo g into the Contacts list 1 C 2 2 Dialled numbers , Answered calls or Missed call s 3 4 required phone number < 4 A 5 4 Add to contacts < / A 6 4 Phone or SIM < / A 7 4 required icon < 8 Enter as appropr iate < (If required, repeat st eps 7 and 8) 9 A Options in Ca[...]

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    22 Explore the Menus Fun & Games Games & more Download more Settings Applications (SIM Tool K it) Alarm Sound recorder Calculator Infrared Messages Create ne w Inbox Archive Live! Studio Vodafone Mail Vodafone Messeng er Cell Broadcast Settings Memory status Camera Vodafone live! Vodafone live! Games Ringtones Pictures Search Find & See[...]

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    23 Settings Menu Structure Service charge is SIM dependent ( E ). Settings On Off Time Date Normal Quiet Meeting Outdoor Car Incoming tone Incoming volume Message tone Message volume Key tone Key volume Warning tone Display language Input language New search Select network Search mode PIN entry Change PIN2 Fixed dial Call bar ring Wallpaper Colour [...]

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    24 Settings Profile setting You can switch between five profiles in your phon e, each with a distinct combination of ring tone, ring volume, etc. Profiles are se t up for use in d ifferent environments – for instance you might want to create a Quiet profile, a Meeti ng profile with a ring tone appropriate for formal occasions and an Out door prof[...]

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    25 Settin gs Message volume From Profiles menu 1 4 required profile A 2 4 Edit < / A 3 4 Message volume < / A 4 4 / 2 adjust the volume level (0 - 4) < / A Key tone From Profiles menu 1 4 required profile A 2 4 Edit < / A 3 4 Key tone < / A 4 4 required tone type < / A Key volume From Profiles menu 1 4 required profile A 2 4 Edit [...]

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    26 Settings Tone setting You can set ring tone, ring volume, etc. The ring tone can be ch anged to one of the tones from Pr einstalled , My Stuff or Download more . Incoming tone and Message tone c an have different ring t ones and volume assigned. Ring volume increases in steps to the level you selected. Keep in mind that the speaker located next [...]

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    27 Settin gs Setting Key volume From Sound menu 1 4 Key volume < / A 2 4 / 2 adjust the volume level (0 - 4) < / A Setting Warning tone From Sound menu 1 4 Warning tone < / A 2 4 On or Off < / A Vibration alert setting Vibration alert can be set to indicate an incomin g call and a received message. From Vibration alert menu 4 On or Off [...]

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    28 Settings Display setting Setting Wallpaper From Display menu 1 4 Wallpaper < / A 2 4 Preinstalled, My Stuff or Download more < / A 3 4 required data 4 To view and save, press < then < / A to save or To save without viewing, press A Setting Display Colou r theme From Display menu 1 4 Colour theme < / A 2 4 required colour < / A [...]

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    29 Settin gs Language setting You can change the language used for display messages and/or t ext entry. From Language menu 1 4 Display language or Input language < / A 2 4 required language < / A Data connections setting GPRS settings and CSD settings are stored in the Data connections menu. Data can be sen t/received usi ng GPRS or CSD t ech[...]

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    30 Settings When the Search mode is set to Automatic the phone will aut omatically reselect a new network in order to maintain optimum network availability. The network list is used when the Search mode is set to Automatic. The locat ion numbers in the preferred network list show the search priority. You can amend the list as follows: Search mode Y[...]

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    31 Settin gs Call settings Call diverts Voice, fax, and data ca lls can be diverted to different number s in different situat ions. For example, you may want to divert vo ice calls to voice mail when the phone is switched of f. To register a number to divert at first time: From Calls menu 1 4 Call diverts < / A 2 4 Divert voi ce , Divert fax or [...]

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    32 Settings To change the registered number to divert: From Calls menu 1 4 Call diverts < / A 2 4 Divert voice , Divert fax or Divert data < / A 3 4 the circumstances to initiat e the divert A (Options) 4 4 On < / A 5 4 Direct input or From contacts < / A 6 When you select Direct input , enter phone number to divert < (If you se lect[...]

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    33 Settin gs Send my number You can set whether or not to show your phone number to another phone (Caller ID). From Calls menu 1 4 Send my number < / A 2 4 Network set , On or Off < / A Call duration Displays the duration of incoming or outgoing calls. From Calls menu 1 4 Call duration < / A 2 4 Incoming or Outgoing < / A To reset count[...]

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    34 Settings Security settings The PIN protects your SIM against unauth or ised use. If you enable the PIN, every time the phone is switched on, you will be prompt ed to enter the PIN code. The PIN2 controls security for the Fixed di al store. PIN entry (Enabling/Disabling PIN entry) From Security menu 1 4 PIN entry < / A 2 4 Enable/disable < [...]

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    35 Settin gs Fixed dial Fixed dial is a part of C ontacts, but wit h added secu rity. When Fixed dial is enabled: ¾ Only numbers that are in the Fixed dial store may be dialled . ¾ Any manually dialled phone numbers must ma tch a number already in the Fixed dial store. If you store, edit or dele te a phone numbe r, you have to enter your PIN2 cod[...]

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    36 Settings Time and date setting From Time and date menu 1 4 Time < / A 2 # - , to enter the time using 24 hour clock < / A 3 4 Date < / A 4 # - , to enter the date < / A Any key answer setting Calls can be answered by pressing any key except D / / < / @ . When any key answer is set to off, calls can only be an swered by pressing C [...]

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    37 Settin gs Keyguard setting Keyguard stops the keys from performing th eir normal function if accidentally pressed. When Keyguard is enabled , “ ” appears on the display. When a call is received, Keyguard is temp orarily disabled and you can answer the call. Setting Keyguard From Keyguard menu 1 “Would you like to lock Keypad?” < / A o[...]

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    38 Camera Taking a picture The camera range is 35 cm - . The minimum illumination required is 5 lux. From Camera menu < or to capture t he imag e To store the image i n My Stuff: (After capturing the image) A or (Available only when the phone is open) The picture will be saved i n My Stuff / Pictures / Stored pictures . To return to camera opera[...]

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    39 Camera Saving and using pictures Once a picture has bee n taken it will be saved in My Stuff. To us e a saved picture as your personal wallpaper or for Cont acts, see “Setting Wallpaper” on page 28 and “Storing a numbe r in your phone” on page 60 . Incoming calls during camera operation If an incoming call etc, is received during camera [...]

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    40 Text Entry (Edit) You can use alphanumeric characters to enter det ails into Contacts, to create text , email messages, etc. Shift mode Shift mode change The Shift mode changes by pressing (within 1 sec) " . If Input mode is changed, Shif t mode is initialised. Auto capital change Auto capital affects Abc and T9 . If Input mode is changed t[...]

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    41 Text Entry (Edit) Input mode Input mo de change Input mode changes by pressing and hold ing (over 1 sec) " . The phone keeps the selected i nput mode. Text input T9 ® Using this mode of text input dramatically reduce s the number of key presses required: Press a key once for any letter you requ ire on that key. The desired letter may not b[...]

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    42 Messages Menu Structure Messages Create new Inbox Archive Live! Studio Settings Vodafone Mail Vodafone Messenger Cell Broadcast Memory status MMS MMS postcard SMS MMS SMS MMS SMS Call vodafone mail See Vodafone Mai l Set mailbox number On/Off Read messages Options MMS SMS MMS MMS postcard SMS[...]

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    43 Messages MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service) Your phone is designed to be compatible with certain Multimedia Messaging Services (MMS). You can send pictures and music with text messages. The recipient can play it as a slide show. MMS messages can be sent to another mobile phone with MMS capab ility or to an email address. When you receive an MMS [...]

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    44 Messages Creating a slide In order to send an MMS with mor e than one picture, text or sound, you need to add new slides to the MMS. From Create new menu 1 4 MMS < / A 2 4 Add picture , Add text or Add sound < / A , then select a p icture or sound, or enter a text 3 4 Slides < Slide option While Slides is highlighted, the foll owing opt[...]

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    45 Messages Sending a message When a message is co mpleted, press A 1 4 Send < / A 2 4 Add subject < 3 Enter su bject < 4 4 Add recipient < 5 4 From contact list , Enter number or Enter address < / A 6 When you select From contact list , 4 requir ed contact A or When you select Enter number , enter number < / A or When you select [...]

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    46 Messages Receiving messages When you receive an MMS message, the message icon ( ) is displayed alon g with a tone, illuminatio n, and/or vibration. From Inbox menu 1 4 MMS < / A 2 4 required notif ication < The following options are available by pressing A . 4 required option < / A Reading a received message From Inbox menu 1 4 MMS <[...]

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    47 Messages Viewing message lists The following messag es are stored in Archive. ¾ Outbox: When a message has been sent it is stored in the Outbox. ¾ Unsent: Undelivered message s are stored in Unsent. ¾ Drafts: Use to create a message draft. From Archive menu 1 4 MMS < / A 2 4 required list < / A In each list, the following options are av[...]

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    48 Messages Setting the MMS message server / profile MMS message server and profile setting must be don e before you can send or receive an MMS message. Please check with yo ur operator if additional settings a re required. You can select one of five server URLs on the phone. From Settings menu (Message server) 1 4 MMS < / A 2 4 Advanced < / [...]

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    49 Messages MMS postcard MMS postcard is a service from Vodafone th a t lets you send an MMS as an actual postcard. Simply take a picture using your built-in camera, a dd a message, and enter a name and address. Vodafone will have it printed on a postcard, and delivered by mail. ¾ This is only available in countries wh ere the Vodafone MMS postcar[...]

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    50 Messages Creating a new address list From Settings menu 1 4 MMS postcard < / A 2 Address list < / A 3 A 4 4 Add new address < / A 5 4 required content < 6 Enter as appropriate < (If required, repeat ste ps 5 and 6) 7 A 8 4 Save < / A Viewing address list From Settings menu 1 4 MMS postcard < / A 2 Address list < / A When [...]

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    51 Messages SMS (Short Message Service) You can receive, d isplay, edit and/or send text messages on Vodafone net works or any network that has a roaming agreem ent. (Dep endent on the recipient’s phone parameters.) The message centre number should be prepro grammed on the Vodafone SIM, changing this number (see page 54) ma y ca use failure of a [...]

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    52 Messages Receiving messages When you receive an SMS message, the message ico n ( ) is displayed alo ng with a tone, illuminatio n, and/or vibration. Reading a received message From Inbox menu 1 4 SMS < / A 2 4 required message < When viewing messages, the following opt ions are avail able by pressing A . 4 required option < / A By press[...]

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    53 Messages Viewing message lists These message lists are stored in Archive. ¾ Outbox: When a message has been sent, it is stored in the Outbox. ¾ Unsent: If the tran smission of an SMS message fails, the message is stored in Unsent together with other saved messages. Messages that are edite d and saved in the SMS mode are saved in Unsent. ¾ Dra[...]

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    54 Messages Setting the message centre number The message centre number should be prep rogrammed on the Vodafone SIM, changing this number may cause failure of a text message. From Settings menu 1 4 SMS < / A 2 4 Message centre < / A 3 Enter message centre number in internat ional dial format (see “International dialli ng” on page 15) <[...]

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    55 Messages Vodafone Mail Vodafone Mail is an innovative service that le ts you stay up-to -date with all of your messages. You must subscribe to voice mail throu gh Vodafone bef ore you can retrieve voice mail or email messages. ¾ More information on Vodafone Mail Messages and Internet mail services may be obtained by contacting Vodafone. Listeni[...]

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    56 Messages Cell Broadcast You can receive messages on specified topics, such as traffic and weather information. Setting Cell Broadcast On/Off From Cell Broadcast menu 1 4 On / Off < / A 2 4 On or Off < / A Reading a received message From Cell Broadcast menu 1 4 Read messages < / A 2 4 required message < Options You can add, edit and d[...]

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    57 Contacts Menu Structure Contacts list Call log Speed Dial list View groups Advanced Phone SIM Dialled numbers Answered calls Missed calls My numbers Group settings Memory status Copy from SIM Contacts Add contact (Service numbers) Service numbers is SIM dependent ( E ).[...]

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    58 Contacts Browsing Contacts You can search Contacts by name. When browsing by name, p ressing a letter key will take you to the first entry starting with that letter. From Contacts list menu 4 required conta ct < Options in Contacts From Contacts list menu 1 4 required contact A 2 4 required option < / A Contacts list Contacts Option Explan[...]

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    59 Contacts Storing Storing a number in SIM In the SIM, you can store: name, phone number. The length of name and number and the tota l amount of data are dependent on yo ur SIM. From Add contact menu 1 4 SIM < / A 2 4 name icon ( ) < 3 Enter th e name < 4 4 mobile icon ( ) < 5 Enter the ph one number < / A 6 A Options in SIM Contact[...]

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    60 Contacts Storing a number in your p hone In the phone, you can store: name, phone no. 1, phone no. 2, email address, pict ure and group. From Add contact menu 1 4 Phone < / A 2 4 name icon ( ) < 3 Enter the name < 4 4 mobile icon ( ) < 5 Enter the phone number < / A 6 4 telephone ico n ( ) < 7 Enter the phone number < / A 8 [...]

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    61 Contacts Call log Recently dialled phone numbers, answered calls and missed calls are stor ed in the Call log. The numbers in t he Call log list can be used to call, send messages or add to Contacts. You can also delete the n umbers from the list. Viewing Call log From Call log menu 1 2 Dialled numbers , Answered calls or Missed call s 2 4 requi[...]

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    62 Contacts Options in Call log In each Call log list, the following options are available by pressing A . 4 required option < / A Speed dial Phone numbers fr om the Speed dial of Contacts can be dialled quickly. In Idle mode, press and hold a number key (2 - 9). Setting Speed dial From Speed Dial list menu 1 4 required list < 2 Enter phone n[...]

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    63 Contacts Grouping Contacts entries The ability to group Contacts en tries together is an extra function of Phone C ontacts. Groups are used to collect together types of Contacts entries, e.g . business and personal. Each group can be suitably titled for quick access to the entries contained within. You can attach a particular sound to the groups[...]

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    64 Contacts My numbers My numbers is a contact where you can store yo ur own numbers. Adding numbers From Advanced menu 1 4 My numbers < / A 2 4 Mobile profile or SIM profile < / A 3 When My number is empty, press < / A then go to step 5 When My number is alrea d y stored in SIM prof ile, press A 4 4 Create < / A 5 4 name icon ( ) < [...]

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    65 Contacts Group settings You can change the group name and atta ch a sound to the group. Changing group n ames From Advanced menu 1 4 Group settings < / A 2 4 required group < 3 Press and hold @ to clear the current name 4 Enter new grou p name < Attaching a sound to a group From Advanced menu 1 4 Group settings < / A 2 4 required gro[...]

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    66 Vodafone live! Menu Structure Vodafone live! Vodafone l ive! Games Ringtones Pictures Sport Search Find & Seek News Travel Finance[...]

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    67 Vodafone live! Viewing Vodafo ne live! The following sites and services of interest are in Vodafone live! ¾ More in formation on th ese serv ices may be obtai ned by co ntacting Vodafo ne. You can directly access the Vodafo ne live! web site from Idle mode with the Right Soft key ( @ ). Vodafone live! Vodafone li ve! is an online serv ice which[...]

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    68 Vodafone live! From Vodafone live ! menu 4 required list < In each list, options are available by pressing A . (See page 69 .) Contents menu may differ from the actu al web site menu. Vodafone live! New Download Chat Sport Getting & Around Video & Audio Search Messages Games News Erotic My Vodafone Contents of Vodafone live![...]

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    69 Vodafone liv e! Browser options From Vodafone live! menu 1 A (Options) 2 4 select from below options < / A Browser options (Bookmarks) From Vodafone live! menu or contents 1 A (Options) 2 4 Bookmarks < / A 3 4 required bookmarks 4 < to load the URL or A to select o ptions Vodafone live! Option Explanation Select Select item Bookmarks Go[...]

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    70 Vodafone live! Browser options (Enter address) Your can jump to the required co ntent by entering the URL. From Vodafone live ! menu or contents 1 A (Optio ns) 2 4 Enter address < / A 3 Enter URL < Browser options (Save image) Displayed images can be saved in “My Stuff”. From contents 1 A (Optio ns) 2 4 Save image < / A 3 4 to see w[...]

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    71 Vodafone liv e! Browser options (Reload page) Current page can be reloaded. From contents 1 A (Options) 2 4 Reload page < / A to reload this page Browser options (Advanced) From Vodafone live! menu or content s 1 A (Options) 2 4 Advanced < / A Browser options (Advanced - Ho me) Phone jumps to the set-up homepage. From Advanced menu 1 4 Hom[...]

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    72 Vodafone live! Browser options (Settings) From Vodafone live ! menu or contents 1 A (Optio ns) 2 4 Settings < / A Browser options (Settings - WAP profiles) Set up WAP browser. From Settings menu 1 4 WAP profiles < / A 2 4 required profile 3 < to activate or A to select optio ns Browser options (Settings - Push access) Set up Push access[...]

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    73 Fun & Games Menu Structure Games & more Settings Download more Fun & Game s[...]

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    74 Fun & Games Games & more Start Java™ applications. From Games & mo re menu 4 Java™ application you want to play < The following options are available by pressing A . 4 required option < / A Download more The downloaded Java™ applications will be stored in Games & more. From Download more menu 1 4 required list < 4 [...]

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    75 Applications Menu Structure Infrared Calculator Sound recorder Alarm Applications (SIM Tool Kit) On Off SIM Tool Kit is SIM dependent ( E ). The menu name will be changed.[...]

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    76 Applications STK (SIM Tool Kit) This function is SIM dependen t ( E ). This menu name will be change d. Alarm Setting the alarm From Alarm menu 1 4 alarm icon ( ) < , 4 On < / A 2 4 clock icon ( ) < , enter the required time (24 hour clock) < / A 3 4 alarm repetition icon ( ) < , 4 Once , Everyd ay , Weekdays or Weekend < / A 4[...]

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    77 Applications Snooze Function Snooze Function lets the alarm repeat 5 times if you do not press < / A after stopping the ala rm or press D to stop the alarm. To stop Snooze Function: Press < / A when “Would you like to stop snooze?” appears in the display. If you press @ / D , the alarm will repeat 5 more ti mes at 5 minutes intervals u[...]

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    78 Applications Infrared By using the infrared connection with anot her X400 or with other devices with an infrared port, you can transfer data between the devices. Preparing for infrared connection ¾ Place the X400 and another device with an infrared port within the effect ive infrared connection range of each other. ¾ There must be no obstructi[...]

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    79 Applications Sending Contacts From Idle display 1 < 2 0 Contacts < / A 3 4 Contact s list < / A 4 4 select contact to send A 5 4 Send by infrared < / A Receiving data via infrared port You need to a ctivate infrared b efore receiving data. Data received message is displayed then sent data is displayed. < / A to save the data or @ [...]

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    80 Calendar Viewing calendar From Calendar menu 0 will display recent an d future calendars The following options are available by pressing A . 4 required option < / A Calendar Option Explanation Go to date Jump to the required date Week starts on Select which day the week starts on[...]

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    81 My Stuff Menu Structure Memory status Pictures Stored pictures Download more Take new pictu re Stored sounds Download more Record new sound Create MMS Inbox(MMS) Create SMS Inbox(SMS) Profiles Alarm Shortcuts Text templates Sounds My Stuff[...]

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    82 My Stuff Pictures (My Stuff > Pictures) Pictures taken by the camera or images downloade d from the Internet can be managed. Viewing picture / imag e From Pictures menu 1 4 Stored pictures < / A 2 4 required picture / image < Downloading picture / imag e file From Pictures menu 1 4 Download more < / A 2 The picture / image file downl[...]

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    83 My Stu ff Sounds (My Stuff > Sou nds) Downloaded sounds and R ecorded s oun ds are stored in Stored sound s. Checking sounds From Sounds menu 1 4 Stored sounds < / A 2 4 required sound < Downloa ding soun ds From Sounds menu 1 4 Download more < / A 2 The sound file do wnload site is disp layed Recording new soun d From Sounds menu 1 [...]

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    84 My Stuff Shortcuts You can create short cuts you want to use in My Stuff. Viewing shortc uts From Shortcuts menu 4 required co ntent < The following options are available by pressing A . 4 required option < / A Text templates You can use templates stored in the phone when creating a text message. You can also save frequently use d text as [...]

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    85 My Stu ff Memory status You can see how much data is stored in the individual folde rs in My Stuff. The memory in “My Stuff” is separate from the MMS storage and Java™ storage. My Stuff Memory status[...]

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    86 Personal WAP/MMS Settings Use the table below to record yo ur GSM/GPRS WAP/MMS settings. Item Provisioning information setting No.1 No.2 No.3 No.4 No.5 Profile name Homepage Gateway Port (Non secure / Secure) Data connect ions CSD Profile name Account Password Call type Phone number Idle timer GPRS Profile name Account Password Apn name Auth typ[...]

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    87 Personal WAP/MMS Settings Item Provisioning information setting No.6 No.7 No.8 No.9 No.10 Profile name Homepage Gateway Port (Non secure / Secure) Data connect ions CSD Profile name Account Password Call type Phone number Idle timer GPRS Profile name Account Password Apn name Auth type Normal / Secured / None (P AP) (CHAP) Message server[...]

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    88 Troubleshooting Should any problem persist, contact your dea ler. Problem Cause Remedy Phone will not switch on. Check that the battery is fully charged and correctly connected t o the phone. Extremely short battery life for a ne w batte ry . The network you are using and the condition of the battery can af fect battery life. Short battery life [...]

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    89 Troubleshoo ting Important error messages These are some of the most impor tant error messages which may be displ ayed: Failed! Roaming in the selected area is not allowed. Roaming with the selected network is not allowed. The network has detected an authen ticati on failure because your SIM is not registered with that network – cont act V oda[...]

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    90 Apn Access Point Name. Directs the user to the gateway or the required service. CHAP Challenge Handshake Aut hentication Prot ocol . A security feature in the GPRS network. Copy Copies selected t ext from a sh ort text message without removing it from the o riginal message. CSD Circuit Switched Data. A communi cation method used to transmit data[...]

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    91 Specifications Bands Supported ................ ............. GSM900 Class 4 GSM1800 Class 1 Talk Time ................ .......... ........... .... 1.5 hrs. - 4.5 hrs. (90 min. - 270 min.) Standby T ime ............... .......... .......... 70 hrs. - 2 10 hrs. Temperature Range Charging .......... ........... ............. .... +5 ºC – +35 º[...]

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    92 Accessories Li-Ion Battery (EB-BSX400) Double your talk time by having a spare bat tery. Personal Handsfree (EB-EMD87) Talk and move while keepin g your hands free by using this accessory. Just place the earpiece in your ear and the adaptor in the bot tom of the handset – and talk. Car Charger (EB-CDX70) Top up your battery in your veh icle by[...]

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    93 Licensing CP8 Patent © Panasonic Mobile Communicatio ns Co., Ltd. 2004 Information in this do cument is subject to change without notice. No part of these instructions may be reproduce d or transmitted in any form or by any mea ns without obtaining express permission from Panasonic Mobile Communicati ons Co., Ltd. Java TM Java TM and all Java-b[...]

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    94 Index A Add conta ct ............. .......... ............. ........... .59 Advanced ... .......... ........... ............. .......... ....64 Alarm .. ............. .......... ........... .......... ............7 6 Alert mute ................ .......... ........... .......... ......9 Any key an swer ............ ............. .......... .15, 3[...]

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    95 Index M Memory status Contacts .... ........... ............. .......... ........... . 65 Messages .. ........... ............. .......... ........... . 56 My Stuff ................ .......... .......... ........... .... 85 Menu Displaying menu ................. ................... .. 14 Main menu ................. .......... ........... .......[...]

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    96 EU Warranty Service Centres in England Tel. +44 8705 159 159 Service Centres in Ireland Tel. +353 1 28983 33 In Deutschland können Sie auch unser en Abholservice in Ansp ruch nehmen, um Ihr defektes Panasonic Gerät reparieren zu lassen. Informationen hier zu finden Sie auf unserer Int ernet homepage, unter Service, Reparatur-S[...]

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    97 EU Warranty Service-Fentren in Öster reich Fa. Frisch Lokalbahnweg 12 A-4060 Leonding Tel. +43 (0)732 676 961 A-NOVO Beauvais 16 Rue Joseph Cugnot ZI Bracheux 60000 Beauvais Tél. : .00 Fax : 6 A-NOVO Br ive 15 Rue Daniel de Cosnac BP 561 19107 Brive Cedex Tél. : .81 Fax : 6 CETELEC FI de la [...]

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    98 EU Warranty Firmor I Sverige Komrep Rosenlundsgatan 4 411 20 Göteborg Tfn: 031-173354, Fax: 031-131114 Help-IT i Stockholm AB Malmskillnadsgatan 23 111 57 Stockholm Tfn: 08-4541800, Fax: 08-4541835 Anovo N ordic Televägen 4 681 34 Kristinehamn Tfn: +46 (0)550-85500, Fax: +46 (0)550-17558 CR Service Bru[...]

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    99 EU Warranty Centros de Assistência em Portugal PROSONIC, S.A . Rua Manuel Teixeira G omes Edifício Telhas Verdes, Loja D 8125-321 ALBUFEIRA Tel. +351 289 589 515 PROSONIC, S.A . Largo de Santos, 9-1º 1200 LISBOA Tel. +351 21 392 9327 PROSONIC, S.A . Rua Rui Teles Palhinha, 3 Leião 2744-015 PORTO SALVO Centres de service après-vente en Belgi[...]

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    100 EU Warranty John Lay Electronics AG Littauerboden 1 6014 Littau LU/ Switzerland Phone: +41 (0) 41 259 9 090 Fax: +41 (0) 41 252 0202 TEKOFAKS ISTANBUL CENTRE OFFICE KA Ğ ITHANE CADDESI SEV İ LEN SOKAK NO. 58 80340 ÇA Ğ LAYAN-ISTANBUL Tel: 90-212-220 60 70 / 14 Line s Fax: 90-212-220-60 94 ANKARA BRANCH OFFICE GÜVEN MAH.FARABI SOKAK NO: 38/[...]

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    101 EU Warranty EU/EEA – Wide Guarantee: Conditions applicable in any country other than the country of original purchase. When the purchaser finds t he appliance to be defect iv e, he should pro mptly contact the proper sales company or national distributor in the EU/EEA country wh ere this guara ntee is claimed, as indicate d in the “Product [...]

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    102 The Serial Number can be found on the outside of the phone under the batter y. For your convenience we recommend that you note the following det ails as a record of your purchase. Part Number Serial Number Dealer Name Purchase Date[...]