Sharp O2 manual

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    USER GUIDE[...]

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    1 Introduction Declaration of Conformity Introduction Congratulations and thank you for choosing t[...]

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    Introduction 2 • Screen layout illustrated in this user guide may differ from the actual one. Th[...]

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    3 Introduction Useful functions and services of the phone Your phone offers you the following featu[...]

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    Table of Contents 4 T able of Contents Introduction ...............................................[...]

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    5 Table of Contents Tone Editor ................................................. 52 Profiles .[...]

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    Table of Contents 6 Software Installation and Setup ...............111 Using the Modem Setup .....[...]

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    7 Your Phone Yo u r P h o n e Please check the following carefully. Your phone should come comple[...]

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    Getting Started 8 Getting Started[...]

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    9 Getting Started 1. Earpiece 2. Hands free Connector 3. Navigation Keys (Arrow Keys) : Move the c[...]

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    Getting Started 10 Inserting the SIM Card and the Battery 1. Slide off the battery cover. 2. Slid[...]

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    11 Getting Started 5. Hold the battery so that the metal contacts of the battery are facing down a[...]

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    Getting Started 12 Removing the SIM Card and the Battery 1. Make sure to turn off your phone and di[...]

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    13 Getting Started Charging the Battery You must charge the battery for at least 2 hours before us[...]

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    Getting Started 14 Battery Level Indicator The current battery level is displayed in the upper righ[...]

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    15 Getting Started • GX1 has a built-in aerial. As with any other radio transmitting device, do[...]

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    Getting Started 16 1. / : Indicates the strength of received signal/the service is out of range.[...]

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    17 Getting Started 20. (No display)/ / / / : Indicates the phone’s mode (Normal mode/Activi[...]

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    Call Functions 18 Call Functions Making a Call 1. Enter the area code and the phone number you wish[...]

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    19 Call Functions Redialling You can redial the numbers in the call register list that you may hav[...]

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    Call Functions 20 Set the Any Key Answer function in the profile in each mode. (p. 61) Tip • If[...]

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    21 Call Functions 3. Enter the phone number you wish to make another call. Tip • You can also m[...]

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    Call Functions 22 3. Enter the number you wish to include in the conference call. 4. Press to di[...]

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    23 Phonebook Phonebook You can store the phone numbers and E-mail addresses of your friends, family[...]

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    Phonebook 24 Changing the Input Mode To change the input mode, press for approximately 2 seconds.[...]

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    25 Phonebook 3. Press or to select “Save Nos. to”, then press . 4. Select “SIM Card” to[...]

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    Phonebook 26 Entering E-mail Address 3. Press or to highlight the right side of “ ”, then [...]

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    27 Phonebook Finding a Name and Number Two methods of searching through the Phonebook are available[...]

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    Phonebook 28 5. Edit entry as required. 6. Press . If you wish to edit another item, repeat steps [...]

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    29 Phonebook 4. Select a desired group name by pressing . “ ” indicates that the group has be[...]

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    Phonebook 30 Sending Messages 1. Search for the desired Phonebook entries. For details on searching[...]

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    31 Using the Menu Using the Menu Using the Main Menu 1. Press during stand-by mode. 2. Press o[...]

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    Using the Menu 32 * Depends on the contents of SIM card. 5 Organiser 1 Calculator 2 Calendar [...]

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    33 Camera Camera Your phone incorporates an integrated digital camera. This allows you to take an[...]

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    Camera 34 Note • When “Select Size” is set to “Large”, you cannot use the zoom function.[...]

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    35 Camera Meanings of Indicators in Camera Mode Delay timer indicator : Whilst the timer setting is[...]

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    Camera 36 2. Press or to select “Delay Timer”, then press . 3. Press or to select “On[...]

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    37 My Phone My Phone My Phone contains several types of image and sound data can be controlled col[...]

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    My Phone 38 Changing the File Name 1. Perform steps 1 to 3 in “Viewing Images” on page 37. 2. [...]

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    39 My Phone 3. Press or to select “Send Message”, then press . 4. Enter your message. For[...]

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    My Phone 40 Checking the Sound Data Select the desired sound as in step 4 in “Playing Back Sound[...]

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    41 My Phone Sending Messages 1. Perform steps 1 to 3 in “Playing Back Sounds” on page 39. 2. S[...]

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    My Phone 42 Text Templates (M 2-3) You can register up to 20 text templates for use in MMS, SMS an[...]

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    43 My Phone 4. Select “Yes”, then press . The selected text template is deleted. To cancel de[...]

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    Fun & Games 44 Fun & Games Games (M 3-1) Your phone comes complete with 3 games (PK Game, [...]

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    45 Fun & Games Air Hockey (M 3-1-3) The level of the game can be chosen for “Air Hockey”. T[...]

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    Fun & Games 46 7. Press or to select a tempo, then press . The music tempo is described b[...]

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    47 Fun & Games Specify the Musical Scale and Rest Using the key shown below, specify the musica[...]

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    Fun & Games 48 Note • You cannot make a dotted semiquaver (semiquaver rest) or a dotted sem[...]

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    49 Fun & Games Organs Drawbar Organ Perc. Organ Rock Organ Church Organ Reed Organ Accordion Ha[...]

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    Fun & Games 50 * The default setting tone. To create your original tone, see “Creating Your[...]

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    51 Fun & Games 3. Press or to select an original ringing tone you wish to edit, then press[...]

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    Fun & Games 52 Copying and Pasting Notes You can copy and move a part of a melody to another p[...]

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    53 Fun & Games Setting an Algorithm Set the combination of the operator. Select from 4 types of[...]

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    Fun & Games 54 Set the Effect Frequency Define the frequency of the vibrato or tremolo. The fre[...]

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    55 Fun & Games 11. Select a base tone by pressing or , then press . When “Confirm Tones?[...]

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    Profiles 56 Profiles You can easily alter the phone tone (e.g. the ringer volume, keypad tones, e[...]

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    57 Profiles 5. Change the setting you want. For details about settings, see pages 57 to 61. Resetti[...]

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    Profiles 58 3. Press or to select “Preset Melody” or “Sound Gallery”, followed by . 4.[...]

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    59 Profiles When you select “Preset Melody” or “Sound Gallery” in step 7: 8. Select the key[...]

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    Profiles 60 3. Press or to select “On” or “Off”, then press . If you select “Off”, [...]

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    61 Profiles Low Battery Alert Adjust the volume of the alarm when the battery becomes low. 1. Perfo[...]

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    Organiser 62 Organiser Calculator (M 5-1-1) The calculator function performs the 4 arithmetic calcu[...]

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    63 Organiser 3. Press or to select “In Domestic” or “In Foreign”, then press . The res[...]

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    Organiser 64 Deleting Schedules To Delete Schedule Items 1. Perform steps 1 to 3 in “Calendar” o[...]

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    65 Organiser 3. Press or to select “Clock & Alarm”, then press . 4. Press or to sel[...]

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    Organiser 66 To Set Daylight Saving Time You can switch to daylight saving time without having to c[...]

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    67 Organiser 8. Enter the alarm time using the digit keys, then press . When you enter the alarm ti[...]

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    Organiser 68 Note • For the alarm to work, the phone must be switched on. If you wish to use the[...]

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    69 Organiser 5. Select “Save” to save the voice memo, then press . If you wish to exit the voic[...]

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    Call Manager 70 Call Manager Call Register The phone will record the last 10 missed calls, received[...]

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    71 Call Manager 4. Press or to select “Yes”, then press . The selected call record will b[...]

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    Call Manager 72 Call Costs (M 6-2-6) This function lets you check the charges for your calls. Char[...]

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    73 Call Manager Setting the Charge Limit This function is useful if you wish to make sure you do n[...]

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    Call Manager 74 Data Counter (M 6-2-7) You can confirm the amount of bytes which you used in the G[...]

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    75 Call Manager 6. If you wish to divert calls to a number which is located in the Phonebook, sear[...]

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    Settings 76 Settings Phone Settings Changing the Language (M 7-1-1) You can change the display langu[...]

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    77 Settings 4. To determine what part of the image is chosen to be displayed, select it by pressing[...]

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    Settings 78 Colour Reduction (M 7-1-5) The colour of the screen of this phone is automatically redu[...]

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    79 Settings To Set Built-in Images 1. Perform steps 1 to 3 in “Changing the Language” on page 7[...]

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    Settings 80 Call Settings Set various types of functions and services. Call Waiting (M 7-2-1) If you[...]

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    81 Settings The options available are: • “Show Callers No.”: Select if you wish to see the [...]

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    Settings 82 6. Select a ringing tone. For details on selecting a ringing tone, see “Ringer Type?[...]

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    83 Settings 2. Press or to select “Minute Minder”, then press . 3. Press or to select ?[...]

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    Settings 84 Adding a New Network 1. Perform steps 1 to 4 in “Selecting a Network Automatically”[...]

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    85 Settings Internet Settings (M 7-4) WAP/MMS Settings WAP Settings and MMS Settings can perform fo[...]

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    Settings 86 *: Item to be set as mandatory. APN* Access Point Name Select “APN” and press . En[...]

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    87 Settings MMS Settings Item Description Operation Profile Name* MMS Profile Name (Unique Name) [...]

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    Settings 88 *: Item to be set as mandatory. To Set up your Account Information This information shou[...]

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    89 Settings Infrared (M 7-5) You can use the built-in infrared modem to establish contact between y[...]

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    Settings 90 5. Press or to select “On” or “Off”, then press . 6. Enter your PIN code, t[...]

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    91 Settings 5. Enter a new handset code again, then press . If you enter a code different from the[...]

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    Settings 92 The call barring options available are: • “All Services”: Restricts all services[...]

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    93 Settings 2. Press or to select “Fixed Dialling No.”, then press . 3. Enter a PIN2 code, [...]

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    Settings 94 Master Reset (M 7-7) The settings can be reset to their default settings. 1. Press to [...]

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    95 Browser Browser Your phone contains a WAP browser used for surfing on the Mobile Internet, where[...]

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    Browser 96 Browser Menu When you have started browsing, you can reach browsing options by pressing [...]

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    97 Browser Accessing Bookmarked Pages 1. Perform steps 1 and 2 in “Adding a Bookmark” on page 9[...]

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    Messages 98 Messages Your phone allows you to send and receive short messages, MMS and WAP mails. M[...]

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    99 Messages 6. Select “Send”, then press . The confirmation screen of file size is displayed. [...]

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    Messages 100 Inserting Attached Data You can send images and sounds saved in the Gallery attached t[...]

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    101 Messages 2. Press or to select “Inbox”, then press . Messages are marked with “ ”[...]

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    Messages 102 Forwarding a Message 1. Perform steps 1 to 3 in “Replying to a Message to the Sender[...]

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    103 Messages Storing the Mail Address of a Sender in the Phonebook 1. Perform steps 1 to 3 in “Re[...]

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    Messages 104 To Lock Messages 1. Perform steps 1 and 2 in “Deleting Messages” on page 103. 2. S[...]

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    105 Messages Making a Call to the Sender of a Message You can make a call to the sender of a message[...]

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    Messages 106 Validity Period This indicates the number of days and hours for which a message you se[...]

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    107 Messages To Save the Message in the Outbox 1. Perform steps 1 to 5 in “Creating a New SMS”. [...]

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    Messages 108 5. Press . Follow the procedure from step 2 in “Sending a Message” on page 107. C[...]

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    109 Messages Storing the Phone Number of a Sender in the Phonebook 1. Perform steps 1 and 2 in “R[...]

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    Messages 110 Subscribing to Cell Broadcasts Select the page of the cell broadcast message that you [...]

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    111 Data Transmission Data T ransmission Your PC can be set up to use the GX1 as a modem. You can [...]

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    Data Transmission 112 • When using the infrared modem function for executing data transmission,[...]

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    113 Troubleshooting T roubleshooting Problem Solution The phone does not turn on. • Make sure t[...]

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    Troubleshooting 114 Call quality is poor . • Your current location may not provide good call qua[...]

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    115 Safety Precautions and Conditions of Use Safety Precautions and Condi- tions of Use Your phone[...]

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    Safety Precautions and Conditions of Use 116 Battery • Use your phone only with batteries, charg[...]

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    117 Safety Precautions and Conditions of Use • Clean the lens cover before taking a picture. Fin[...]

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    Safety Precautions and Conditions of Use 118 SAR Your Sharp mobile phone has been designed, manufa[...]

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    119 Index Index A Accessories 7 B Battery 10 Charging 13 Disposal 12 Inserting 10 Removing 12 Batter[...]

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    Index 120 Zoom Function 33 Cell Broadcast 109 Enabling/Disabling 109 Reading 109 Setting Languages 1[...]

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    121 Index M M Key 9 Master Reset 94 Melody Editor 45 Copying/Pasting Notes 52 Creating Your Original[...]

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    Index 122 Sending Messages 30 Storing Inputted Number 26 View Groups 28 Your Own Number 28 PIN Code [...]

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    123 Index FM Sound Source 52 Operator 53 Troubleshooting 113 Turning Your Phone On/Off 14 V Voice Me[...]

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    Quick Reference 124 Function Key shortcuts Scroll up Scroll down Messages Press [ ] during st[...]

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    125 Quick Reference Press during stand-by mode. Press or to scroll and press to access [...]

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    Quick Reference 126 Navigation in den Menüs Drücken, um das Hauptmenü aufzurufen. Grundlegen[...]

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    127 Quick Reference Kamera Nachrichten 1 MMS 2 SMS 3 Cell Broadcast 4 Zelleninfo 5 V oicemail Mei[...]

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    Quick Reference 128 Navigatiemenu's Druk op om het hoofdmenu op te roepen. Meest voorkomen[...]

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    129 Quick Reference Camera Berichten 1 MMS 2 SMS 3 Cell Broadcast 4 Celinfo 5 V oicemail Mijn T ele[...]

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