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THIS DEVICE IS NOT FULLY CHARGEDWHENYOUTAKE IT OUT OFTHE BOX.

DO NOT REMOVETHE BATTERY PACKWHENTHE DEVICE IS CHARGING.

YOURWARRANTY IS INVALIDATED IFYOU OPEN ORTAMPERWITHTHE DEVICE’S OUTER CASING.

PRIVACY RESTRICTIONS

Some countries require full disclosure of recorded telephone conversations, and stipulate that you must inform the person with whom you are speaking that the conversation is being recorded. Always obey the relevant laws and regulations of your country when using the recording feature of your Pocket PC Phone.

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHT INFORMATION

Copyright © 2006 HighTech Computer Corp. All rights reserved.

,,, ExtUSB are trademarks and/or service marks of HighTech Computer Corp.

Microsoft, MS-DOS,Windows,WindowsNT,Windows Server,Windows Mobile, ActiveSync, Excel, Internet Explorer, MSN, Hotmail, Outlook, PowerPoint,Word, andWindows Media are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.

Bluetooth and the Bluetooth logo are trademarks owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc. microSD is a trademark of SD Card Association.

Java, J2ME and all other Java-basedmarks are trademarks or registered trademarks of Sun Microsystems, Inc. in the United States and other countries.

Copyright © 2006, Adobe Systems Incorporated.

Copyright © 2006, Macromedia Netherlands, B.V.

Macromedia, Flash, Macromedia Flash, Macromedia Flash Lite and Reader are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of Macromedia Netherlands, B.V. or Adobe Systems Incorporated.

Copyright © 2006, JATAAYU SOFTWARE (P) LTD. All Rights Reserved. Copyright © 2006,Tao Group Limited. All Rights Reserved.

Copyright © 2006,Tegic Communications.T9 and XT9 are trademarks or registered trademarks ofTegic Communications. XT9 Mobile Interface is licensed under one or more of the following: U.S. Pat. Nos.5,187,480, 5,818,437, 5,945,928, 5,953,541, 6,011,554, 6,286,064, 6,307,548, 6,307,549, and 6,636,162, 6,646,573, 6,970,599, 6,801,190, 7,030,863, 7,088,345; Australia Pat. Nos.

727539, 746674, 747901; Austria Pat. Nos. AT225534, AT221222; Brazil P.I. No. 9609807-4;Canada Pat. Nos. 1,331,057, 2,227,904, 2,278,549, 2,302,595; Japan Pat. Nos. 3532780, 3492981; United Kingdom Pat. No. 2238414B; Hong Kong Standard Pat. No. HK1010924; Republic of Singapore Pat. Nos. 51383, 66959, 71976, 89076; European Pat. Nos. 0 842 463 (96927260.8), 1 010 057 (98903671.0), 1 018 069 (98950708.2); Republic of Korea Pat. Nos. KR201211B1, KR226206B1, 402252, 552085; People’s Republic of China Pat. No. ZL96196739.0; Mexico Pat. Nos. 208141, 216023, 218409; Russian Federation Pat. Nos. 2206118, 2214620, 2221268; New Zealand Pat. No. 519928; and additional patents are pending worldwide.

Licensed by QUALCOMM Incorporated under one or more of the following patents:

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All other company, product and service names mentioned herein are trademarks, registered trademarks or service marks of their respective owners.

HTC shall not be liable for technical or editorial errors or omissions contained herein, nor for incidental or consequential damages resulting from furnishing this material.The information is provided“as is”without warranty of any kind and is subject to change without notice. HTC also reserves the right to revise the content of this document at any time without prior notice.

No part of this document may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording or storing in a retrieval system, or translated into any language in any form without prior written permission of HTC.

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Important Health Information and Safety Precautions

When using this product, the safety precautions below must be taken to avoid possible legal liabilities and damages. Additional safety information can be found in the Appendix at the end of the user manual.

Retain and follow all product safety and operating instructions. Observe all warnings in the operating instructions on the product.

To reduce the risk of bodily injury, electric shock, fire and damage to the equipment, observe the following precautions.

ELECTRICAL SAFETY

This product is intended for use when supplied with power from the designated battery or power supply unit. Other usage may be dangerous and will invalidate any approval given to this product.

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS FOR PROPER GROUNDING INSTALLATION

CAUTION – Connecting to an improperly grounded equipment can result in an electric shock to your device.

This product equipped with a USB Cable for connecting with desk-topor notebook computer. Be sure your computer is properly grounded (earthed) before connecting this product to the computer.The power supply cord of a desktop or notebook computer has anequipment-groundingconductor and a grounding plug.The plug must be plugged into an appropriate outlet which is properly installed and grounded in accordance with all local codes and ordinances.

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS FOR POWER SUPPLY UNIT

Use the correct external power source

A product should be operated only from the type of power source indicated on the electrical ratings label. If you are not sure of the type of power source required, consult your authorized service provider or local power company. For a product that operates from battery power or other sources, refer to the operating instructions that are included with the product.

Handle battery packs carefully

This product contains a Li-IonorLi-IonPolymer battery.There is a risk of fire and burns if the battery pack is handled improperly. Do not attempt to open or service the battery pack. Do not disassemble, crush, puncture, short external contacts or circuits, dispose of in fire or water, or expose a battery pack to temperatures higher than 60˚C (140˚F).

WARNING! Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced.To reduce risk of fire or burns, do not disassemble, crush, puncture, short external contacts, expose to temperature above 60oC (140oF), or dispose of in fire or water. Replace only with specified batteries. Recycle or dispose of used batteries according to the local regulations or reference guide supplied with your product.

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS FOR DIRECT SUNLIGHT

Keep this product away from excessive moisture and extreme temperatures. Do not leave the product or its battery inside a vehicle or in places where the temperature may exceed 60°C (140°F), such as on a car dashboard, window sill, or behind a glass that is exposed to direct sunlight or strong ultraviolet light for extended periods of time.This may damage the product, overheat the battery, or pose a risk to the vehicle.

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PREVENTION OF HEARING LOSS

CAUTION – Permanent hearing loss may occur if earphones or headphones are used at high volume for prolonged periods of time.

Turn down the volume before using headphones or other audio devices. An excessive sound volume level could cause damage to your hearing.

SAFETY IN AIR CRAFT

Due to the possible interference caused by this product to an aircraft’s navigation system and its communications network, using this device’s phone function on board an airplane is against the law in most countries. If you want to use this device when on board an aircraft, remember to turn off your phone by switching to Flight Mode.

ENVIRONMENT RESTRICTIONS

Do not use this product in gas stations, fuel depots, chemical plants or where blasting operations are in progress, or in potentially explosive atmospheres such as fuelling areas, fuel storehouses, below deck on boats, chemical plants, fuel or chemical transfer or storage facilities, and areas where the air contains

chemicals or particles, such as grain, dust, or metal powders. Please be aware that sparks in such areas could cause an explosion or fire resulting in bodily injury or even death.

EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERES

When in any area with a potentially explosive atmosphere or where flammable materials exist, the product should be turned off and the user should obey all signs and instructions. Sparks in such areas could cause an explosion or fire resulting in bodily injury or even death. Users are advised not to use the equipment at refueling points such as service or gas stations, and are reminded of the need to observe restrictions on the use of radio equipment in fuel depots, chemical plants, or where blasting operations are in progress. Areas

with a potentially explosive atmosphere are often, but not always, clearly marked.These include fueling areas, below deck on boats, fuel or chemical transfer or storage facilities, and areas where the air contains chemicals or particles, such as grain, dust, or metal powders.

ROAD SAFETY

Vehicle drivers in motion are not permitted to use telephony services with handheld devices, except in the case of emergency. In some countries, using hands-freedevices as an alternative is allowed.

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS FOR RF EXPOSURE

Avoid using your device near metal structures (for example, the steel frame of a building).

Avoid using your device near strong electromagnetic sources, such as microwave ovens, sound speakers,TV and radio.

Use only original manufacturer-approvedaccessories, or accessories that do not contain any metal.

Use of non-originalmanufacturer-approvedaccessories may violate your local RF exposure guidelines and should be avoided.

INTERFERENCEWITH MEDICAL EQUIPMENT FUNCTIONS

This product may cause medical equipment to malfunction.The use of this device is forbidden in most hospitals and medical clinics.

If you use any other personal medical device, consult the manufacturer of your device to determine if it is adequately shielded from external RF energy.Your physician may be able to assist you in obtaining this information.

Turn the phone OFF in health care facilities when any regulations posted in these areas instruct you to do so. Hospitals or health care facilities may be using equipment that could be sensitive to external RF energy.

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HEARING AIDS

Some digital wireless phones may interfere with some hearing aids. In the event of such interference, you may want to consult your service provider, or call the customer service line to discuss alternatives.

NONIONIZING RADIATION

Your device has an internal antenna.This product should be operated in its normal-useposition to ensure the radiative performance and safety of the interference. As with other mobile radio transmitting equipment, users are advised that for satisfactory operation of the equipment and for the safety of personnel, it is recommended that no part of the human body be allowed to come too close to the antenna during operation of the equipment.

Use only the supplied integral antenna. Use of unauthorized or modified antennas may impair call quality and damage the phone, causing loss of performance and SAR levels exceeding the recommended limits as well as result in non-compliancewith local regulatory requirements in your country.

To assure optimal phone performance and ensure human exposure to RF energy is within the guidelines set forth in the relevant standards, always use your device only in its normal-useposition. Do not touch or hold the antenna area unnecessarily when placing or receiving a phone call. Contact with the antenna area may impair call quality and cause your device to operate at a higher power level than needed. Avoiding contact with the antenna area when the phone is IN USE optimizes the antenna performance and the battery life.

General Precautions

Heed service markings

Except as explained elsewhere in the Operating or Service documentation, do not service any product yourself. Service needed on components inside the device should be done by an authorized service technician or provider.

Damage requiring service

Unplug the product from the electrical outlet and refer servicing to an authorized service technician or provider under the following conditions:

Liquid has been spilled or an object has fallen into the product.

The product has been exposed to rain or water.

The product has been dropped or damaged.

There are noticeable signs of overheating.

The product does not operate normally when you follow the operating instructions.

Avoid hot areas

The product should be placed away from heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other products (including amplifiers) that produce heat.

Avoid wet areas

Never use the product in a wet location.

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Avoid using your device after a dramatic change in temperature

When you move your device between environments with very different temperature and/or humidity ranges, condensation may form on or within the device.To avoid damaging the device, allow sufficient time for the moisture to evaporate before using the device.

NOTE When taking the device from low-temperatureconditions into a warmer environment or fromhigh-temperatureconditions into a cooler environment, allow the device to acclimate to room temperature before turning on the power.

Avoid pushing objects into product

Never push objects of any kind into cabinet slots or other openings in the product. Slots and openings are provided for ventilation.These openings must not be blocked or covered.

Mounting Accessories

Do not use the product on an unstable table, cart, stand, tripod, or bracket. Any mounting of the product should follow the manufacturer’s instructions, and should use a mounting accessory recommended by the manufacturer.

Avoid unstable mounting

Do not place the product with an unstable base.

Use product with approved equipment

This product should be used only with personal computers and options identified as suitable for use with your equipment.

Adjust the volume

Turn down the volume before using headphones or other audio devices.

Cleaning

Unplug the product from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp cloth for cleaning, but NEVER use water to clean the LCD screen.

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Contents

 

Chapter 1

Getting Started

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1.1

Getting to KnowYour Phone and Its Accessories....................................

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1.2

Installing the Battery.................................................................................

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1.3

Installing a microSD Card..........................................................................

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1.4

Turning On and Off the Phone..................................................................

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1.5

The Home Screen.......................................................................................

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1.6

Programs OnYour Phone..........................................................................

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1.7

Start Menu..................................................................................................

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1.8

Quick List....................................................................................................

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1.9

Entering Information.................................................................................

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1.10

Battery Information...................................................................................

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1.11

Status Indicators........................................................................................

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Chapter 2 Using Phone Features

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2.1

Using the Phone.........................................................................................

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2.2

Making a Call..............................................................................................

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2.3

Receiving a Call..........................................................................................

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2.4

In-CallOptions...........................................................................................

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2.5

Additional Dialing Information................................................................

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Chapter 3 Synchronizing Information withYour Computer

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3.1

About Synchronization .............................................................................

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3.2

Using MicrosoftWindows Mobile® Device Center...................................

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3.3

Installing and Using Microsoft ActiveSync®............................................

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3.4

Synchronizing withYour Computer .........................................................

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3.5

Synchronizing via Bluetooth ....................................................................

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3.6

Synchronizing Music andVideo ...............................................................

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Chapter 4 Managing your Phone

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4.1

Personalizing your Phone.........................................................................

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4.2

Adding and Removing Programs .............................................................

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4.3

UsingTask Manager and Managing Memory..........................................

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4.4

Managing and Backing Up Files...............................................................

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4.5

Protecting your Phone ..............................................................................

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4.6

Restarting your Phone ..............................................................................

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4.7

Resetting your Phone................................................................................

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Chapter 5 Organizing Phone Information

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5.1

Contacts .....................................................................................................

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5.2

Calendar .....................................................................................................

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5.3

Tasks ...........................................................................................................

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5.4

Voice Notes.................................................................................................

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Chapter 6

Exchanging Messages

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6.1

Messaging ..................................................................................................

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6.2

Text Messages............................................................................................

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6.3

Setting Up E-mailAccounts.......................................................................

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6.4

E-mailMessages.........................................................................................

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Chapter 7 Working with Company E-mailsand

 

 

Meeting Appointments

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7.1

SynchronizingYour Phone withYour Company E-mailServer...............

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7.2

Working with Company E-mails ...............................................................

60

7.3

Managing Meeting Requests....................................................................

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7.4

Finding Contacts in the Company Directory ...........................................

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7.5

E-mailSecurity...........................................................................................

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Chapter 8

Getting Connected

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8.1

Comm Manager..........................................................................................

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8.2

Connecting to the Internet .......................................................................

70

8.3

Internet Explorer Mobile...........................................................................

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8.4

Internet Sharing.........................................................................................

73

8.5

Bluetooth....................................................................................................

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8.6

Windows Live Mobile.................................................................................

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Chapter 9

Experiencing Multimedia

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9.1

Camera andVideo Recorder .....................................................................

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9.2

Pictures &Videos .......................................................................................

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9.3

Windows Media Player Mobile .................................................................

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9.4

Java.............................................................................................................

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Chapter 10 Using Other Applications

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10.1

Microsoft® Office Mobile...........................................................................

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10.2

Microsoft® OfficeWord Mobile.................................................................

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10.3

Microsoft® Office Excel® Mobile................................................................

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10.4

Microsoft® Office PowerPoint® Mobile.....................................................

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10.5

Adobe Reader LE........................................................................................

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10.6

Speed Dial ..................................................................................................

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10.7

Voice Speed Dial ......................................................................................

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Appendix

 

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A.1

Specifications...........................................................................................

104

A.2

Regulatory Notices..................................................................................

105

A.3

Additional Safety Information................................................................

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Index

 

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Chapter 1

Getting Started

1.1 Getting to KnowYour Phone and

Its Accessories

1.2Installing the Battery

1.3Installing a microSD Card

1.4Turning On and Off the Phone

1.5The Home Screen

1.6Programs OnYour Phone

1.7Start Menu

1.8Quick List

1.9Entering Information

1.10Battery Information 1.11 Status Indicators

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Item

Function

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Speaker

Listen to phone call.

2.

Light Sensor

Sense dark conditions and activate a backlight under the keypad and the QWERTY keyboard

automatically, glowing in dark.

 

 

 

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Display Screen

2.4”QVGATransmissive LCD with white LED backlight.

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NAVIGATION

Use to scroll left, right, up, or down. Press the center to use as the ENTER button..

 

CONTROL/ENTER

 

 

5.

Left SOFT KEY

Press to perform the command shown in the label above the button.

6. TALK

Press to dial a phone number or answer a call. Press and hold to activate/deactivate speakerphone mode.

7.

HOME

Press to go to the Home screen or press and hold to lock the phone keypad and the keyboard.

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Key

Press to change input modes or press and hold to choose an input mode or symbols from the list.

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Key

Press to add a space or press and hold to display a list of symbols.

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BACK

Press to go back to the previous screen, or backspace over characters.

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END

Press to end a call or exit a program. Press and hold to terminate an active data connection.

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Right SOFT KEY

Press to perform the command shown in the label above the button.

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LED Indicators

The left LED indicator (green/red/amber) notifies you of the battery and network status of your phone,

while the right LED indicator (blue) notifies you of Bluetooth connectivity status. For more information

 

 

 

about LED Indicators, see the table at the end of this section.

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POWER

Press (about 3 seconds) to turn on and off the phone. Or press and quickly release the POWER button to

display the Quick List, which allows you to change profiles, open Comm Manager, and enable/disable

 

 

 

lock feature.

15.Volume Adjustment Slider

16.microSD Slot

17.Back Cover

18.Speaker

19.Camera Lens

20.Self-PortraitMirror

21.CAMERA

22.Battery Cover Latch

23.Microphone

24.Sync Connector/ Earphone Jack

25.Strap Holder

Slide this up or down to increase or decrease the earpiece volume during a call. Drag and hold the slider down to launchVoice Speed Dial.

Insert a microSD memory card for storing data.

Remove to insert or replace battery.

Listen to audio media or phone call when using speakerphone mode.

2.0 Megapixels CMOS

Turn the back side of your phone to face yourself so that your image reflects on the mirror when taking self-portraitshots.

Press and hold to open the Camera program. If already running, press to capture an image or start recording a video clip.

Slide this latch to release the battery cover.

Speak into the microphone when receiving or making a phone call or during voice recording.

Use for synchronizing data, recharging the battery, connecting the earphone to listen to audio media, or connecting the phone’s hands-freekit.

Attach a strap for carrying your device.

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LED indicator lights

Various colors that might display in the two LED Indicators are summarized here.

Left LED

Status

Solid green

Battery is fully charged.

Blank

Battery case is empty or the phone is off.

Solid amber

Battery is charging or the phone is using ActiveSync to synchronize with a PC.

Solid red

Battery is not installed while the phone is charging/synchronizing or battery is over-discharged.

Flashing green

Phone is connected to the network.

Flashing red

Battery very low (less than 10%) or battery fault. Check if the battery is properly installed and its

exposed copper part is properly aligned with the protruding copper conductor of the phone body.

 

Right LED

Status

Flashing blue

Bluetooth mode set to“On”or“Visible”mode.

Accessories

The following accessories are provided with the phone:

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1. AC Adapter

Recharges the battery.

 

 

 

 

2.USB Sync Cable Connects your device to a PC and synchronizes data.

3.Mini-USB Stereo Provides a volume control slider and a Send/End button. Press the Send/End button to pick up a

 

Headset

call or put a call on hold; press and hold the button to end the call.

4.

Pouch

Comes with belt clip. Store your device in the pouch to keep it away from dust and scratches..

5.

One-to-twoY-

Lets you connect the supplied AC adapter and a standard 2.5mm stereo headset to your device

 

Splitter Cable

at the same time.

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One-to-two

Lets you connect the supplied AC adapter and mini-USBstereo headset to your device at the

 

Splitter Adapter

same time.

1.2Installing the Battery

1.Slide the battery cover latch to release the back cover.

2.Insert the battery by aligning the exposed copper part of the battery pack with the protruding copper conductor.

3.Gently push the battery into place.

4.Replace the battery cover.

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1.3 Installing a microSD Card

You can install a microSD (Secure Digital) card in your phone to have an alternative storage place for your images, video, music, and other phone data.

Pry open the rubber cover (if any) of the microSD slot on the side of the phone.

Insert the microSD card into the slot with its gold contacts facing up.

To remove, press the microSD card to pop it out of the slot.

Note A microSD card is not included in the box.

1.4 Turning On and Off the Phone

Press and hold the POWER button for about 3 seconds to turn on or off the phone.

POWER Button

1.5 The Home Screen

The Home screen displays important information, such as upcoming appointments, status indicators, the current date, time, and profile, and icons of programs that you have recently used.You can open a program directly by selecting its icon and pressing ENTER.

To access the Home screen from anywhere, press HOME.

To customize the Home screen display, including the background, click Start >Settings >Home Screen.

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1.Select a recently-usedprogram, and open it directly from the Home screen.

2.Displays the name of your wireless service provider, date, and the time.

Click to open Comm Manager.

3.Click to view the details of a missed call.

4.Click to view the details of your next appointment.

5.Displays the current Profile being used. Click to change the current Profile.

6.Displays the new messages that you have received. Click to open the Messages folder.

7.Click to display all program icons.

8.Displays notifications, such as missed calls or new messages.

9.Displays the available network or connectivity status. 10. Displays the location settings.

11. Displays the power status.

12. Displays the network signal strength.

13. Click to open Contacts, Call History, or Messages.

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1.6 Programs OnYour Phone

The following table lists icons of the programs that are already installed on your phone.

Icon

Program

Description

 

ActiveSync

Synchronizes information between your phone and PC.

 

Adobe Reader LE

View PDF files.

 

Calculator

Do basic arithmetic and calculations.

 

Calendar

Keeps track of your appointments and creates meeting requests.

 

Call History

Keeps track of all phone calls made, received, and missed.

 

Camera

Captures photos in various modes.

 

Clear Storage

Clears the memory and restores the phone back to factory default settings.

 

Comm Manager

A central switch where you can manage phone and connection settings.

 

Contacts

Keeps track of contact information.

 

Excel Mobile

Lets you open, view, edit, and save Excel worksheets on your phone.

 

File Explorer

Organize and manage files and folders.

 

Games

Play two games: Bubble Breaker and Solitaire come with your phone.

 

Internet Explorer

BrowseWeb andWAP sites, and use to download new programs and files from the

 

Internet.

 

 

 

Internet Sharing

Lets your phone act as an external modem for your computer.

 

Java

Download and install Java-basedapplications, such as games and tools, on your

 

phone.

 

 

 

Messaging

Send and receive e-mailsand text messages.

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Icon

Program

Description

 

Messenger

Connect to theWindows Live Messenger service.

 

Pictures &Videos

Collects, organizes, and sorts media files.

 

PowerPoint Mobile

Lets you open, view, and save PowerPoint files on your phone.

 

Settings

Personalize your phone to suit the way you use it.

 

Speed Dial

Create speed dial entries for dialing frequently-calledphone numbers or for opening

 

frequently-accessedprograms.

 

 

 

Task Manager

Keeps track of all running programs on your phone.

 

Tasks

Keeps track of your tasks.

 

Text Messages Retry

Resends SMS messages that failed delivery.

 

Video Recorder

Captures video clips in various modes and duration.

 

Voice Notes

Create short voice recordings.

 

Voice Speed Dial

Lets you open a program or call a contact using voice recognition.

 

Windows Live

Connect and use theWindows Live services.

 

Windows Media Player

Play back video and audio files.

 

Word Mobile

Lets you open, view, edit, and saveWord documents and text files on your phone.

1.7 Start Menu

The Start menu is located at the bottom-leftcorner of the Home screen and displays various program icons that are spread across one or more screens.

To see the available programs in the Start menu

On the Home screen, click Start.To see more programs, clickMore or use the NAVIGATION CONTROL.

Your phone comes with several bundled programs that you can start using immediately.You can also install additional programs from the included Windows Mobile® Getting Started Disc or from the Internet, or purchase mobile phone software from retail stores and install them on your phone.

Start menu

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1.8Quick List

The Quick List offers convenient access to a list of functions, such as locking your phone, and keyboard, opening Comm Manager, and choosing a different profile. For more information about profiles, see Chapter 4.

To access the Quick List

1.Briefly press (press and quickly release) the POWER button. Please note that pressing and holding the POWER button turns o the phone.

2.Scroll through the list and select the desired option.Then, do any of the following:

Click Select.

Press ENTER.

Press the corresponding number on the QWERTY keyboard.

3.To exit the Quick List at any time, click Cancel.

1.9Entering Information

You can enter text, numbers, and symbols using the keypad or QWERTY keyboard.The status indicator on the top-rightside of the display screen displays the input mode that you are currently using.

Lowercase text input Uppercase text input, caps lock

Uppercase text input

Numeric or symbol (labeled in red color) input, locked

(Keyboard only)

Numeric or symbol (labeled in red color) input

XT9 text input mode, lowercase

XT9 text input mode, uppercase

XT9 text input mode, caps lock

Use the Keypad

Use the keypad to dial phone numbers or type short text messages.

To change the input mode

1.Press and hold the *T9 key while you are in a text entry field.

2.On the menu, click the input mode you want.

Use Multipress mode

In Multipress mode, you enter a character by pressing the numeric key on which the character appears. Multipress mode active when you select the uppercase or lowercase text input mode.

To enter text in Multipress mode

To enter the first character on the numeric key, press once.To enter the second character on the numeric key, press twice, and so on.

To enter character that are on the same numeric key, pause after you enter the first character.

To enter punctuation, press 1 repeatedly until you see the punctuation you want.

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To change the Multipress time out

You can change the length of time to pause between key-presseson the same numeric key.

1.On the Home screen, click Start >Settings >Accessibility.

2.In Multipress time out, select the length of the pause betweenkey-presses.

Use XT9 mode

To form a word in XT9 mode, press the numeric keys that contain the letters you want. As you enter letters, XT9 analyzes your key-pressesand attempts to complete the word. For example, to enter the word“shoe,” press7,4,6,3.

To enter text inT9 mode

1.Press and hold the *T9 key.

2.On the menu, click XT9 English.

3.Do any of the following to start entering text in XT9 mode:

Enter letters by pressing the keys on which the letters appear. Press a key only once for each letter. If there is more than one choice in the XT9 dictionary for your entry, a list of available words is displayed at the bottom of the screen.

Press the _# key to enter a space after the word.

To enter punctuation, press 1, and then select from the list at the bottom of the screen.

Use Numeric mode

If a text box permits a numeric entry only, such as a phone number, the input mode automatically defaults to Numeric mode. However, if you need to enter numbers within a line of text, change to Numeric mode, and then change back to Multipress or XT9 mode to finish entering the text.

To enter numbers in text boxes

1.Press and hold the *T9 key to change to Numeric mode(123).

2.On the keypad, enter the number or numbers you want.

3.Change back to Multipress or XT9 input mode by pressing and holding the *T9 key, and then finish entering your text.

More text entry tasks

In both Multipress and XT9 modes, the first letter of a sentence is by default capitalized.

To change between uppercase, lowercase, and caps lock

Press the*T9 key to change between uppercase, lowercase, and caps lock within a text input mode.

To delete characters

To backspace and delete a single character in any input mode, press ( ).

To backspace and delete an entire text or numeric field in any input mode, press and hold ( ).

To enter a space

In Multipress or XT9 mode, press the_# key.

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To enter a symbol

1.Press and hold the *T9 key.

2.On the menu, click Symbols to display the Symbol page.

3.Select the symbol you want and press ENTER.

To start a new line

In a multi-linetext box such as the notes area of a contact or a calendar appointment, do the following:

In any input mode, press ENTER.

Use the QWERTY keyboard

Slide the upper half of the phone (with the screen) to the left to reveal the QWERTY keyboard. Use the QWERTY keyboard to type e-mailsand long messages.

When you slide open the QWERTY keyboard, the display orientation of the screen automatically changes to landscape mode; when you close it, the screen orientation switches back to portrait mode.

Note To enable/disable the QWERTY keyboard sliding open or closing sound, clickStart > Settings > Sounds. InSliding sound, selectNone to disable the sound or select a sound to enable the sound.

The LED indicators corresponding to the Cap andFn keys on the keyboard display solid amber color when theandkeys are pressed to turn on their functionality. Pressing a desired corresponding key after use turns them off.You can do the following with the QWERTY keyboard.

To type lowercase letters, press the keys using your thumbs or fingers.

To type all uppercase letters, press first, and then press

.To turn off this function, press

first, and then press

again.

 

To type a single uppercase letter, press and then press the corresponding key.

To enter a number or symbol (labeled in red color) or to carry

out a command like scrolling a page, press and then press the corresponding key.

To remain in the scrolling mode or to continue entering

numbers or symbols (labeled in red color), press twice and then press the corresponding keys.

Press the left or right SOFT KEY to perform the command shown in the label above the key.

To enter a symbol, press and then press.

To move or scroll through one page at a time, press or.

To launch Messaging, press , while for Internet Explorer, press.

LED indicators for Cap andFn keys