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The next thing to do is to create a modem dial-upconnection. The procedures for creating a modemdial-upconnection are different for Windows Vista™ and Windows XP. Refer to “Creating a modemdial-upconnection” later in this chapter for details.

Setting up your phone as a Bluetooth modem in Windows Vista®

You can connect your phone to a notebook or desktop computer through Bluetooth and use the phone as a modem for the computer. To connect your phone to the computer through Bluetooth, your computer must be Bluetooth enabled or you must have a USB Bluetooth dongle.

To set up a Bluetooth connection between your phone and Windows Vista™ computer

1.On your phone, turn on Bluetooth and set it to visible mode.

2.Connect a Bluetooth radio adapter on your computer. (Refer to the manufacturer’s documentation for details on how to install).

After a Bluetooth radio adapter is installed on your computer, the

Control Panel and System Tray will have the Bluetooth Devices

icon. Right-clickthis icon then click

Open Bluetooth Settings.

3.In the Bluetooth Devices window, click Add.

4.The Add Bluetooth Device Wizard opens. Select the My device is set up and ready to be found check box then clickNext.

5.The wizard then detects your phone and displays its name in the dialog box. Select the phone name then click Next.

6.Select Let me choose my own passkey then enter a passcode (1 up to 16 digits) that will serve as an identification number for establishing a secure connection between your phone and the computer. Click


7.A confirmation message then appears on your phone. Click Yes to accept the connection, enter the same passcode, then clickNext.

8.On the computer, click Finish to exit the wizard.

9.On your phone tap Done.

To add your phone as a Bluetooth modem to your Windows Vista™ computer

After you have finished creating a Bluetooth connection between your phone and computer, Windows Vista™ automatically detects your phone and then installs it to your computer as a Bluetooth modem.

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Setting up your phone as a Bluetooth modem in Windows XP

You can connect your phone to a notebook or desktop computer through Bluetooth and use the phone as a modem for the computer. To connect your phone to the computer through Bluetooth, your computer must be Bluetooth enabled or you must have a USB Bluetooth dongle.

To set up a Bluetooth connection between the phone and the Windows XP computer

1.Set Bluetooth on your phone to visible mode. For information about this, see “To turn Bluetooth on and make your phone visible” in Chapter 9.

2.Enable Bluetooth on your computer.

(Refer to the manufacturer’s documentation for details on how to enable Bluetooth for your computer.) After Bluetooth is enabled on your computer, the Bluetooth Devices icon appears in the Control Panel and System Tray.

3.Next, create a Bluetooth partnership between your phone and computer. See “To create a Bluetooth partnership.”

To activate your phone as a Bluetooth modem

1.On your phone, tap Start > All Applications > Modem Link.

2.Select Bluetooth as the connection type.

3.On your notebook, disable ActiveSync by clicking File > Connection Settings and then clearing the

Allow connections to one of the following check box.

4.Tap Menu > Start on theModem Link screen on your phone.

After successfully connecting your phone to the computer via Bluetooth, the next thing to do is to add your phone as a Bluetooth modem to your computer.

To add your phone as a Bluetooth modem to your Windows XP computer

1.On the computer, click Start > Control Panel > Phone and Modem Options.

2.Click the Modems tab. Check if there is a Bluetooth modem, “Generic Bluetooth Modem” or “StandardModem over Bluetooth Link” listed. If there is, skip to step 6.

3.If there is no Bluetooth modem listed in the Modems tab, click Add.

4.In the Add Hardware Wizard, click Next.

5.In the Select Bluetooth Device screen, select the phone name and then clickOK.

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Note If you are in GSM mode, you must set the Access Point Name. To do this, in theModems tab, select the Bluetooth modem listed and then clickProperties. Click theAdvanced tab, then in theExtra initialization commands text box, enter:


where APN is the access point name provided by Verizon to give you access to the Internet. Then click OK.

6. ClickOK to exit the Phone and Modem Options. Your phone is now set up as a Bluetooth modem.

Creating a modem dial-upconnection

Once the notebook recognizes your phone as a modem, create a new modem dial-upconnection on your notebook. You can then use this connection to dial up and connect to the Internet. The procedures are different for Windows Vista™ and Windows XP.

To set up a modem dial-upconnection in Windows Vista™

1.On your notebook, click Start > Control Panel.

2.Double-click Network and Sharing Center.

3.On the left-handpanel of the Network and Sharing Center, clickSet up a connection or network.

4.Click Set up adial-upconnectionthen click Next.

5.Enter the following information: dial-upphone number (#777), your user name and password. Also select theRemember this password check box.

6.When you have finished entering the information, click Connect. Your notebook then starts to dial up to the Internet using your phone as a modem.

7.When you see a dialog box that shows you are connected to the Internet, click Close.

8.In the Set Network Location dialog box, choose the type of location where you will use the dialup connection.

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To set up a dial-upconnection in Windows XP

1.On your computer, click Start > Settings > Control Panel.

2.Double-click Network Connections.

3.Click File > New Connection.

4.In the New Connection Wizard, click Next.

5.Click Connect to the Internetthen click Next.

6.Select Set up my connection manuallythen click Next.

7.Select Connect using adial-upmodemthen click Next.

8.Select the modem that you previously installed, then click Next.

9.Enter a descriptive name for this connection, then click Next.

10.Enter #777 as thedial-upphone number then click


11.Click Next.

12.Under Internet Account Information, enter your user name and password then click Next.

13.ClickFinish to exit the wizard.

14.The Connect dialog box then opens. ClickDial to dial up and connect to the Internet.

Dial up and connect to the Internet

Whenever you want to dial up to the Internet on your notebook using your phone as a modem, do the following steps to connect to the Internet.

1.If Modem Link has not yet been activated on your phone, select the type of connection (USB or Bluetooth) then tap Menu > Start.

On a Windows Vista™ notebook, click Start > Connect to, select the name of thedial-upconnection, then clickConnect.

On a Windows XP notebook, click Start > Settings > Control Panel,double-clickNetwork Connections, thendouble-clickthe modem connection.

2.The Connect dialog box then opens. Click Dial to dial up and connect to the Internet.

To end the modem session

On the Modem Link screen, tap Menu > Stop.

Chapter 9 


9.1  Bluetooth Modes

Bluetooth is a short-rangewireless communications technology. Devices with Bluetooth capabilities can exchange information over a distance of about eight meters (26 feet) without requiring a physical connection.

Bluetooth on your phone operates in three different modes:

On. Bluetooth is turned on. Your phone can detect otherBluetooth-enableddevices, but not vice versa.

Visible. Bluetooth is turned on, and all otherBluetooth-enableddevices can detect your phone.

Off. Bluetooth is turned off. In this mode, you can neither send nor receive information using Bluetooth.

Note Turn off Bluetooth when not in use to conserve battery power, or in places where using a wireless device is prohibited, such as on board an aircraft and in hospitals.

Supported Profiles

Your phone supports the following Bluetooth profiles:

GAP (generic access profile)

AVRCP (audio/video remote control profile)

SPP (serial port profile)

HID (human interface device profile)

OPP (object push profile)

BPP (basic printing profile)

GOEP (generic object exchange profile)

FTP (file transfer profile)

ActiveSync-Over-Bluetooth(legacy application via SPP)

PAN (personal area networking profile)

HSP (headset profile)

PBAP (phone book access profile)

HFP (handsfree profile)

DUN (dialup network profile)

A2DP (advanced audio distribution profile)

SAP (SIM access profile – server)



2A2DP (2 concurrent A2DP stream)

BIP (basic image push)

To turn Bluetooth on and make your phone visible

1.Tap Start > Settings > Communicationsand then tap Bluetooth.

Tip You can also tap Start > Settings > All Settings > Bluetooth.

2.When prompted to turn on Bluetooth, tap Yes.

3.Tap the Settings tab (), and then tapNot Discoverable.

4.Tap the drop-downmenu and then selectAlways Visible.

Note If you selectVisible for 60 seconds, Bluetooth visibility will turn off automatically when the time elapses and your phone has not yet connected to another Bluetooth device.

5.Tap Done. Theicon then appears in the title bar to indicate that the phone is in visible mode.

Tip To easily switch Bluetooth off or back on, tapStart > Settings > Communications to open the Comm Manager and then tap Bluetooth’s OFF/ON slider.

Your phone remembers whether visible mode was previously enabled or disabled. If you did not disable visible mode, switching Bluetooth on in the Comm Manager also puts your phone in visible mode automatically. For more information about using the Comm Manager, see Chapter 13.

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9.2  Bluetooth Partnerships

A Bluetooth partnership is a relationship that you create between your phone and another Bluetooth-enableddevice in order to exchange information in a secure manner.

To create a Bluetooth partnership

1.Tap Start > Settings > Communicationsand then tap Bluetooth.

2.On the Settings tab (), tapAdd a device.

3.Tap a Bluetooth device to connect with.

4.Specify a passcode, which can be 1 up to 16 characters, to establish a secure connection, and then tap OK.

Note Your phone uses Bluetooth 2.1 with the Secure Simple Pairing feature. If the other Bluetooth device you are pairing with also supports the same feature, the passcode will be automatically created and displayed on both devices. Both you and other party simply need to verify that the passcode is the same and tapYes to establish the partnership.

5.After the receiving party accepts the partnership, the Bluetooth device name is shown on the screen, including all Bluetooth services that you can use with it. Select the check boxes of the Bluetooth services you want to use, and then tap Done.

6.If you selected to use the Bluetooth Serial Port service of the paired device, select a local serial port to assign for the paired device, and then tap Continue.

The connected Bluetooth device now appears in the Devices tab ().

Tip TapProperties to change the paired device name. TapMenu > Update to update the list of services that you can use with the paired device.

Creating a Bluetooth partnership between two devices is a one-timeprocess. Once a partnership is created, the devices can recognize the partnership and exchange information without entering a passcode again.

To accept a Bluetooth partnership

1.Ensure that Bluetooth is turned on and in visible mode.

2.When prompted, enter or accept the passcode (the same passcode from the device requesting the partnership) to establish a secure connection.

3.Tap OK. The paired device now appears in theDevices tab (). You can now exchange information with the paired device.

Tip To delete a Bluetooth partnership, select the device’s name on theDevices tab, then tapMenu > Delete. When prompted to confirm, tapYes.

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9.3  Connecting a Bluetooth Hands-freeor Stereo Headset

For hands-freephone conversations, you can use a Bluetoothhands-freeheadset such as a car kit with your phone. Your phone also supports A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile) which allows you to use a Bluetooth stereo headset forhands-freephone conversations and for listening to stereo music.

To connect a Bluetooth hands-freeor stereo headset

1.Make sure that both your phone and the Bluetooth headset are turned on and within close range, and that the headset is visible. Refer to the manufacturer’s documentation to find out how to set the headset in visible mode.

2.Tap Start > Settings > Communicationsand then tap Bluetooth.

3.On the Settings tab (), tapAdd a device.

4.Select the hands-freeor stereo headset device in the list, then tapSelect. Your phone will automatically pair with the Bluetooth headset.

Note Your phone will automatically try one of the preconfigured passcodes (0000, 8888) to pair with the Bluetooth headset. If this fails, you have to manually enter the passcode delivered with your headset.

5.When connected, the hands-freeor stereo headset device is shown on the screen, including the Bluetooth services(Hands-freeand Stereo Audio) that you can use with it. Make sure these services are selected, and then tapDone.

The paired headset now appears in the Devices tab ().

The double arrowhead that is displayed to the right of a service indicates that the service is connected with your headset.

If you turn off your headset, the double arrowhead disappears to indicate that the service has been disconnected. Next time you turn on and use your headset again, you need to manually reconnect each service. Tap a service and then tap Connect.

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9.4  Sending and Receiving Information Using Bluetooth

You can send the following types of information from your phone to your computer or to another Bluetoothenabled device: Outlook email, contacts, tasks, notes, calendar items, audio files, ringtones, images, and videos.

Note If your computer does not havebuilt-inBluetooth capability, you need to connect and use a Bluetooth adapter or dongle on your computer.

To send information from your phone to a computer

1.Turn on Bluetooth on your computer and set to visible mode.

Note If the Bluetooth adapter or dongle on your computer was installed using athird-partyprovided driver, open the Bluetooth software that came with the Bluetooth adapter/dongle and enable the adapter/dongle to be discovered by other devices. Refer to the Bluetooth adapter’s documentation for more information.

If your computer is installed with Windows XP SP2 or later version and your computer’s Bluetooth adapter is supported by your Windows version, do the following steps:

a.On your computer, open Bluetooth Devices from the Control Panel, then click theOptions tab on theBluetooth Devices window.

b.For Windows Vista, select Allow Bluetooth devices to find this computer.

For Windows XP, select Turn discovery onand Allow Bluetooth devices to connect to this computer.

c.Create a Bluetooth partnership between your phone and computer. For instructions, see “Creating a Bluetooth partnership”.

d.In the Optionstab of Bluetooth Devices, select Show the Bluetooth icon in the notification area.

e.To enable your computer to receive information via Bluetooth, right-clickthe Bluetooth iconin the notification area at thebottom-rightcorner of your computer screen and selectReceive a File. You are now ready to send/receive.

2.Turn on Bluetooth on your phone and make your phone visible. For instructions, see “To turn Bluetooth on and make your phone visible”.

3.Create a Bluetooth partnership between your phone and computer. For instructions, see “To create a Bluetooth partnership”.

4.Tap the Accessories tab (), and then tapBT Send Object.

5.Select the type of information and then select the check boxes of items you want to send.

6.Tap Send.

7.Select the Bluetooth device to which you want to send the items, then tap Select.

8.If you sent Outlook email messages, calendar items, tasks, or contacts to your computer and they are not automatically added to Outlook, select File > Import and Export in Outlook to import them.

Tap the left or right arrow to change to the type of

information you want to send.

To send information to a Bluetooth-enableddevice such as another WindowsMobile-powereddevice, follow steps 2 to 7 in the above procedure.

Tip The default folder on your computer where sent items are stored may be

C:\Documents and Settings\your_username\My Documents\Bluetooth Exchange Folder in Windows XP or

C:\Users\your_username\My Documents\Bluetooth Exchange Folder in Windows Vista.

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To send a file to another Bluetooth-enableddevice

1.Tap Start > All Applications > File Explorer.

2.Navigate to the folder that contains the file you want to send.

3.Tap and hold the desired file, and then tap Send via Bluetooth.

4.Select the name of the Bluetooth device, and then tap Select.

To receive information from another Bluetooth-enableddevice

1.When you receive information such as calendar items, tasks, or contacts sent from another Bluetoothenabled device, tap Accept.

2.After your phone has finished saving the information, tap Done.

To change the folder for saving received files

Files that you receive from another Bluetooth-enableddevice are saved in \My Documents on your phone. You can change the destination folder for saving received files:

1.Tap Start > Settings > Communicationsand then tap Bluetooth.

2.On the Settings tab (), tapAdvanced.

3.Scroll down and then tap File Transfer.

4.Tap Search ().

5.Select the new destination folder, and then tap Select.

Tip To save received files on your storage card when it is inserted on your phone, selectSave files to storage card when present. Files will be saved on the root folder of your storage card.

6.Tap Done.

9.5  Printing via Bluetooth

Connect your phone to a Bluetooth printer to print your pictures.

Note Before you start printing, make sure to turn on the Bluetooth printer and turn on Bluetooth on your phone. For instructions, see “To turn Bluetooth on and make your phone visible” earlier in this chapter.

To print a picture

1.Tap Start > Settings > Communicationsand then tap Bluetooth.

2.Tap the Accessories tab (), and then tapPrint Images. Your phone then searches for pictures that are stored on your phone and storage card.

3.Tap each picture that you want to select for printing. To select all pictures, tap Menu > Select All.

Tip To clear a selected picture, tap that picture again.

4.After you have finished selecting pictures, tap Next.

5.Select the name of the Bluetooth printer, and then tap Select.

6.Select the Print Layout to use, and then tapPrint.

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Chapter 10 

Navigating on the Road

10.1  Guidelines and Preparation for Using GPS

If you installed a GPS navigation software on your phone, follow these guidelines before and when using your phone for GPS navigation.

When using GPS navigation software in the car, always plot your GPS route before starting to drive. Do not try to configure the GPS navigation software while driving.

The plotted GPS route is only for driving reference. It should not interfere with actual driving behavior.

Do not leave your phone in a vehicle or expose the phone to direct sunlight to avoid overheating the battery, which could pose damage to the phone or risk to the vehicle.

When using the phone inside a vehicle, use the car holder to mount the phone securely in place. Avoid placing the phone in the areas shown in the following diagram:

1Do not place where it will block the driver’s vision.2Do not place where air bags could deploy.

3Do not place anywhere in the vehicle without securing the phone in the holder.

Use the GPS system cautiously. Users shall be liable for any damages resulting from negligent operation of the system.

The GPS signal cannot pass through solid non-transparentobjects. Signal reception may be affected by obstructions such ashigh-risebuildings, tunnels, bridges, forests, weather (rainy or cloudy days), etc. If the vehicle’s visor contains metal, it will be difficult for the GPS signal to pass through.

Other nearby wireless communication products (such as mobile phones or radar-detectingdevices) may interfere with the satellite signal, resulting in unstable signal reception.

The Global Positioning System (GPS) is built and operated by the US Defense Department. The Department is responsible for the accuracy and maintenance of the system. Any changes that the Department makes may affect the accuracy and function of the GPS system.

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10.2 Downloading Location Data via QuickGPS

Before using the phone for GPS navigation, open QuickGPS to download ephemeris data (current satellite position and timing information). QuickGPS significantly speeds up the time for determining your GPS position. QuickGPS downloads ephemeris data from web servers, instead of from satellites, using your phone’s Internet connection viaWi-Fi,ActiveSync or a data connection.

To open QuickGPS

Tap Start > All Applications > QuickGPS.

To download GPS data

Tap Download on the QuickGPS screen.

On the screen, initially, you will see the Valid time of the downloaded data. As time passes, the remaining days and hours of validity will be shown.

To speed up GPS positioning, download the latest ephemeris data when the validity of the data expires.

Changing the download options

To configure download options, tap Menu > Options and choose from available options:

Remind me when data expires.

Display a message when ephemeris data expires.

Auto download when data expires.

Automatically download ephemeris data when it expires.

Auto download when connected to PC via ActiveSync.

Automatically download ephemeris data when it is connected to your computer via ActiveSync. Your computer must be connected to the Internet to download ephemeris data.

Exit QuickGPS after downloading.

Close QuickGPS after satellite data is downloaded.

Chapter 11 

Camera and Multimedia

11.1  Taking Photos and Videos

Use Camera to take photos and record video clips.

To open the Camera screen

On the Home screen, slide to the Photos and Videos tab and then tap the camera icon () or the video icon (). The screen orientation automatically switches to landscape mode when you open Camera.

To close the Camera

Tap the On-screencontrol button (), and then tap.

Changing the capture mode

Tap , then tap the capture mode icon (— the icon displayed is based on the current capture mode). On the menu, tap the capture mode you want to use.


Capture Mode


Captures standard still images.




Records video clips, with or without audio.




Captures still images continuously in one direction, and then


stitches them to create a panoramic view of a scenery.




Records video clips suitable for sending via MMS.




Captures a still image that you can assign as a contact picture.




Captures still images and places them within frames.



Using the focus

Use the automatic focus or Touch Focus function to capture sharp and crisp photos and videos.


Auto-focussets the focus on the object at the center of the screen and is available for all capture modes. By default, touching theVirtual Camera button () activatesauto-focusand a flashing white bracket () appears in the center of the screen. When focus is set, the bracket changes to a steady green bracket (), and then the Camera takes the photo or starts to record the video.

Touch Focus

Touch Focus allows you to focus on a particular area of the screen. Touch Focus is enabled by default and is only available for Photo or Contacts Picture mode.

Note To disable Touch Focus, see “Setting advanced options” in this chapter.

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To use Touch Focus:

1.Set the Camera to Photo or Contacts Picture mode.

2.Touch the area on the screen that you want to focus. The Touch Focus indicator ( ) positions itself on the selected area.

Note If you tap outside the effective focus area, a white box appears to indicate the area where you can use Touch Focus.

3.Touch to activateauto-focuson the selected area and take the photo. See“Auto-focus”in this chapter for more information.

Tip To move the Touch Focus indicator back to the center of the screen, tap.

Capturing photo or recording video

By default, the Camera automatically takes the shot or starts capturing video after you have set the focus.

In Photo orContacts Picture mode, touch the Virtual Camera button to activateauto-focus;when focus is set, the Camera automatically takes the shot.

In Video orMMS Video mode, touch the Virtual Camera button to activateauto-focus;when focus is set, the Camera automatically starts recording. Touch the Virtual camera button again to stop recording.

In Picture Theme orPanorama mode, touch the Virtual Camera button to activateauto-focus;when focus is set, the Camera automatically takes the first shot. Do the same for each shot you need to take.

The Review screen

After capturing a photo or recording video, the Review screen gives you the option to view/play, send, or delete the photo or video clip.




Return to the live Camera screen.




View the captured image or play the captured video in Album.

See“Viewing Photos and Videos Using Album”in this chapter.



Delete the captured image or video.




Send the captured image or video via MMS or email.




After capturing in Contacts Picture mode, tap to assign the photo to a contact.




Tap to display theon-screencontrols.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

1Album. Open the Album program. See “Viewing Photos and Videos Using Album” for details.2  Capture mode. See “Changing the capture mode” for details.

3Touch Focus / Auto-focus indicator. See “Using the focus” for details.

4  Menu. Open the Menu Panel. See “Menu Panel” for details.

5Virtual Camera button. Activates theauto-focusand functions as the shutter release button.6  Template Selector icon. In Picture Theme mode, tap to select another frame.

7Progress indicator. In Picture Theme and Panorama modes, this shows the number of consecutive shots.

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Menu Panel

The Menu panel lets you quickly adjust common camera settings and provides access to more advanced camera settings. To open the Menu panel, tap on the Camera screen, and then tap . To adjust a setting, tap a button, for instance,White Balance, to cycle through the available settings.

Note The available menu panel buttons depend on the selected capture mode.

Icon Function

Select the white balance setting according to the current lighting condition to capture colors more accurately.

Open the Brightness bar and adjust the brightness level. Tap outside the Brightness bar to apply the change.

Set the ISO level manually to 100,200,400, or800, or set it back toAUTO. Higher ISO numbers are better for taking pictures in low light conditions.

Note The camera automatically adjusts the ISO level up to 400 only.

Set the self-timerto2 seconds,10 seconds, orOff when in Photo or Contacts Picture mode.

Open the advanced camera settings. See “Setting advanced options” for details.


Before capturing a photo or a video clip, you can zoom in or out on your subject. To zoom in or out, slide your finger up or down on the Zoom bar while holding the phone sideways. While you are sliding your finger on the Zoom bar, the level of zoom is shown on the zoom control bar on the screen.

The camera zoom range for a photo or a






video clip depends on the capture mode











and resolution. Refer to the table for more


Zoom control bar








Zoom bar

Capture mode



Zoom range







2592 x 1944

1.0x to 1.6x






2592 x 1552













2048 x 1536

1.0x to 1.6x






2048 x 1216













1600 x 1200

1.0x to 1.6x






1600 x 960













1280 x 960

1.0x to 1.6x






1280 x 768













640 x 480

1.0x to 1.6x






640 x 384













320 x 240

1.0x to 3.2x






320 x 192












640 x 480


1.0x to 1.6x






352 x 288


1.0x to 1.6x






320 x 240


1.0x to 1.6x






176 x 144


1.0x to 1.6x






128 x 96


1.0x to 1.6x




MMS Video


176 x 144


1.0x to 1.6x






128 x 96


1.0x to 1.6x






640 x 480


1.0x to 1.6x






320 x 240


1.0x to 3.2x




Contacts Picture


272 x 272


1.0x to 3.2x




Picture Theme

Determined by the current template

Depends on the size of the




selected template











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Setting advanced options

The Advanced options let you adjust options for your selected capture mode and set Camera program preferences. Tap Advanced on the Menu panel to open the Advanced screen.

Tap an item to change the setting.

Tap to go back to the Camera screen.

Tap to navigate through the

Advanced option screens.

Resolution. Select the resolution to use.

Widescreen (Photo mode). WhenOn (default) you can use the entire screen as viewfinder. Refer to the zoom table for the resolution when Widescreen isOn.

Touch Focus (Photo and Contacts Picture modes). Enables or disables the Touch Focus function. Touch Focus isOn by default.

Review Duration. Set the time for a captured photo/video to remain on the Review screen.

Quality. Select the image quality level for captured photos.

Capture Format (Video and MMS Video modes). Select the file format for recorded videos.

Time Stamp (Photo mode). Include the date and time on captured photos.

Storage. Select where to save photos and videos. You can either save the files to the main memory, or to a storage card if available.

Keep Backlight. Turn the backlight on or off. This overrides your phone backlight settings while you are using the camera.

Shutter Sound. Play a shutter sound when you tap the Virtual Camera button.

Image Properties. Adjust the image properties.



Tap a property to adjust.



Save the settings.



Decrease the value.



Reset all properties to default.



Increase the value.



Close the Image Properties screen



without applying and saving the









Effect. Apply a special effect to your photos or videos.

Metering Mode. Select a metering mode to allow the camera to measure the amount of light and calculate thebest-fitexposure value before capturing.

Prefix. The file name of a newly captured photo or video is set to “IMAGE” or “VIDEO” followed by a sequential number, for example: IMAGE_001.jpg. You can also choose the current date or date and time as the file name prefix.

Note You can not change the file name prefix when saving captured photos to a storage card. Captured photos are named using the convention IMAGnnnn.jpg (where ‘nnnn’ is the counter), and are saved to the \DCIM\ 100MEDIA folder on the storage card.

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Counter. Reset the file naming counter back to 1.

Flicker Adjustment. When taking indoor shots under fluorescent lighting, keep this setting onAuto or change it to the proper frequency (50Hz or60Hz) of the power in your country to reduce flicker.

Grid (Photo mode). Show a grid on the screen so you can easily frame and center your subjects.

Record with Audio (Video and MMS Video modes). SelectOn to record videos with audio, orOff to record videos without audio.

Recording Limit (Video mode). Set the maximum duration or file size for recording video.

Template (Picture Theme mode). Select a template.

Template Folder (Picture Theme mode). By default, templates are stored in the \My Documents\ Templates folder on the phone’sMain Memory. If you transferred some templates to a storage card, set this option toMain + Card.

Show Reminder (Contacts Picture mode). SelectOn if you want the Camera to prompt you to assign the captured picture to a contact.

Direction (Panorama mode). Choose the direction in which to stitch the photos in a panorama.

Stitch Count (Panorama mode). Select the number of shots to take and stitch into a panorama.

11.2  Viewing Photos and Videos Using Album

Use Album to view photos and videos in your phone.

To open Album

On the Home screen, slide to the Photos and Videos tab, and then tapAlbum. You can also tapwhile on the Camera program to open Album.

Open the Camera program.

View the photo in full screen.

View another album.

Play the video file.

Start a slideshow, set the album as favorite, and more.

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Viewing photos

While viewing a photo, tap the screen to display the following icons:

Return to the previous screen.

Start the slideshow.

Save the photo as a contact picture, save the on-screenimage as a new file, and more.

Send the photo using email or MMS.

To view the next or previous photo in the album

When you are holding your phone upright, view the next or previous photo by swiping your finger up or down the screen.

When you turn your phone sideways, view the next or previous photo by swiping your finger left or right across the screen.

To zoom in or out on an photo

Double-tapthe area on the photo you want to zoom in on. To zoom out,double-tapthe screen again.

Tips • Use the zoom bar to zoom in on the center of the photo. Slide your finger towards on the zoom bar to zoom in. Slide towards on the zoom bar to zoom out.

When you zoom in on a photo, tap and hold the screen to pan and view other areas of the photo. When you zoom in on a photo, tap the screen, tap and then selectSave Screen Image to save the zoomed in photo as a new file.

To view a slideshow of photos in the current album

While viewing a photo, tap the screen, and then tap .

Note Animated GIF and video files are excluded from the slideshow.

During the slideshow, tap the screen to show the playback controls.

Return to the previous screen.

Return to the previous image.

Set the transition effect, time per slide, and orientation of the photos.

Go to the next image.

Play or pause the slideshow.

Tip If the photos are in your favorite album, you can start the slideshow from thePhotos and Videos tab on the Home screen. See “Photos and Videos” in Chapter 3 for details.

Playing videos

While playing back video, tap the screen to show the playback controls.

Drag to go forward or backward in the video.

Elapsed time

Go back to the beginning of the video.

Play or





Stop the video.

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Change the video display mode to Fit & Crop (default), Best Fit, or Stretch.

Closing Album

When viewing photos in full screen, tap the screen to show the on-screenmenu or playback controls and then tapto go back to the main Album screen.

Tap on the main Album screen to close Album.

11.3  Using Windows Media® Player Mobile

Windows Media® Player Mobile plays digital audio and video files that are stored on your phone or on the web.

To open Windows Media® Player Mobile

Tap Start > All Applications > Windows Media.

Windows Media® Player Mobile opens with the Library screen. Use the Library screen to find and play songs, videos, and playlists that are stored on your phone or on the storage card.

Playing media

To update the Library

In most cases, Windows Media® Player Mobile automatically updates the library. However, you can manually update the library to ensure that it contains new files that you recently copied to your phone or to the storage card. Tap Menu > Update Library to manually update the library list.

To play audio and video files

1.On the Library screen, tap the Library arrow (near the top of the screen), then tap the media storage that you want use, for example, Storage Card.

2.Select a category (for example, My Music or My Playlists).

3.Tap and hold the item that you want to play (such as a song, album, or artist name), and then tap Play. The playback screen opens and plays the audio or video file.

Skip to the beginning of the current file or to the previous file.

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Drag to jump to any part of the video or audio.

Full screen



Increase volume

Decrease volume

Skip to the next file.


Synchronizing video and audio files

Use the latest version of Windows Media® Player on your computer to synchronize digital media files from your computer to your phone. This ensures that protected files and album art (for skins) are correctly copied to your phone.

To automatically synchronize content to your phone

1.On your computer, open Windows Media® Player, then connect your phone to your computer.

2.In the Device Setup Wizard, select Yes, search my computer now.

Note If you have previously opened Windows Media® Player and searched for media on your computer, you are not prompted to search your computer in step 2.

3.On the Device Setup dialog box, enter a name for your phone and click Finish.

Note If you installed a storage card that has a capacity of more than 4GB and your entire library can fit into the storage card, Windows Media Player will automatically synchronize your music files. The phone also needs to be set toDisk Drive mode for Windows Media Player to automatically synchronize.

4.On the left panel of Windows Media® Player, right-clickthe name of your phone and clickSet Up Sync.

Note To set up media synchronization on a storage card,right-clickStorage Card in the left panel of Windows Media® Player, then clickSet Up Sync.

5.Select the playlists that you want to sync between your computer and phone, then click Add.

Note On the Device Setup dialog box, make sure that theSync this device automatically check box is selected.

6.Click Finish.

The files begin synchronizing to your phone. The next time you connect your phone to your computer while Windows Media® Player is running, synchronization will start automatically.