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Pocket PC Phone User Manual Please Read Before Proceeding THIS DEVICE IS NOT CHARGED WHEN YOU TAKE IT OUT OF THE BOX. DO NOT REMOVE THE BATTERY PACK WHEN THE DEVICE IS CHARGING. WHEN INSERTING YOUR SIM CARD, MAKE SURE THE DEVICE IS POWERED OFF, AND THAT THE SIM CARD SNAPS INTO THE SOCKET. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Important Safety Precautions When using this product, the safety precautions below must be taken to offset possible legal liabilities and damages. n ELECTRICAL SAFETY This product is intended for use when supplied with power from the battery. Other usage may be dangerous and will invalidate any approval given to this product.
Page 4: Table Of Contents. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Contents Chapter 1 Getting Started 1. 1 Knowing Your Device 1.
2 Inserting the SIM Card 1. 3 Battery 1. 4 Accessories Chapter 2 Knowing Your Pocket PC Phone 17 2. 1 Starting Up 2. 2 Entering Information 2. 3 Phone Pad 2.
4 Writing on the Screen 2. 5 Drawing on the Screen 2. 6 Recording a Message. Page 5: Table Of Contents.
Pocket PC Phone User Manual 3. 4 Receiving a Call 3. 5 In-Call Options 3. 6 Contacts Information 3.
7 Photo Contacts 3. 8 Additional Dialing Information 3. 9 Securing Your Pocket PC Phone 3.
10 VoiceDial Chapter 4 Synchronizing 4. 1 Using ActiveSync 4. 2 Synchronizing Outlook Information 4. 3 Infrared and Bluetooth Connection 4. 4 ActiveSync Errors Chapter 5 Personalizing Your Pocket PC Phone. Page 6: Table Of Contents. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Chapter 6 Getting Connected 6.
1 About Connections 6. 2 Connecting to the Internet 6. 3 CSD Line Type 6. 4 Pocket Internet Explorer 6. 5 Network Cards Settings 6.
6 Terminal Services Client 6. 7 Bluetooth 6. 8 Wireless Modem 6. 9 Wireless LAN Manager 6. 10 GPRS Monitor Chapter 7 Using Outlook 7. 1 Calendar. Page 7: Table Of Contents.
Pocket PC Phone User Manual Chapter 8 Messaging Features 8. 1 E-Mail and Text Messages 8. 2 MSN Messenger 8. 4 MMS Messages Chapter 9 Applications 9. 1 Pocket Word 9.
2 Pocket Excel 9. 3 Windows Media Player 9. 4 Pictures 9. 5 ClearVue PPT 9. 6 ClearVue PDF 9. 7 Truefax 9.
8 MIDlet Manager 9. 9 ZIP. Page 8: Table Of Contents. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Appendix A Maintaining Your Pocket PC Phone Adding or Removing Programs Managing Memory Backing Up Files Resetting Your Pocket PC Phone Appendix B Regulatory Notices Regulatory Agency IDs European Union Notice Important Health and Safety Information Troubleshooting Specifications Index. Page 9: Chapter 1 Getting Started. Chapter 1 Getting Started 1.
1 Knowing Your Device 1. 2 Inserting the SIM Card 1. 3 Battery 1. 4 Accessories.
Page 10: Knowing Your Device. Pocket PC Phone User Manual 1. 1 Knowing Your Device Front, Top, and Left Side View MMC/SD cards or SDIO accessories slot Power Button / Backlight Insert either MMC/SD cards or Press to turn on / off your Pocket PC SDIO accessories in this slot. Phone or backlight. Page 11: Back Cover. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Back, Bottom, and Right Side View Camera Lens Stylus and Stylus Slot Car Antenna If your car supports, you can attach your Pocket PC Phone Notification LED to the car antenna and utilize Bi-color LED on the its superior reception quality.
Page 12: Inserting The Sim Card. Pocket PC Phone User Manual 1. 2 Inserting the SIM Card 1. Ensure that the device is turned off. 2.
Turn your device over, press the “fixing lock” (indicated below), and slide the back cover off. 3. Push the battery lock down, to release the battery pack. The battery can then easily be removed. Page 13: Battery. Pocket PC Phone User Manual 1.
3 Battery Your Pocket PC Phone contains a rechargeable Li-ion polymer battery. Battery power depends on whether you are talking on the phone, using the PDA, or if the device is on standby. Battery life estimates: Talk-time: 3 - 4 hours PDA: 15 hours (approximate) Standby: 168 hours (approximate). Pocket PC Phone User Manual Recharging your device You can recharge your device in the following ways: Connect your Pocket PC Phone directly to an external power source. You can also charge your Pocket PC Phone by plugging the Sync cable into your PC's USB port. Page 15: Accessories. Pocket PC Phone User Manual 1.
4 Accessories AC Adapter The AC adapter allows you to recharge your Pocket PC Phone. USB Cable The optional USB cable allows you to synchronize with a PC. Headset The stereo wired headset has a volume control jog dial and buttons to pick up and hang up incoming and outgoing calls. Pocket PC Phone User Manual. Page 17: Chapter 2 Knowing Your Pocket Pc Phone.
Chapter 2 Knowing Your Pocket PC Phone 2. 1 Starting Up 2. 2 Entering Information 2. 3 Phone Pad 2. 4 Writing on the Screen 2.
5 Drawing on the Screen 2. 6 Recording a Message 2. 7 Finding Information. Page 18: Starting Up.
Pocket PC Phone User Manual 2. 1 Starting Up Turning your Pocket PC Phone On and Off To turn your device on: Press the Power button on the top side of the device. (The Pocket PC Phone will power up and, if this is the first time it has powered up, will automatically begin the initiation/calibration process. Page 19: Screen Orientation. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Screen Orientation Landscape Mode Tap on this icon to change screen orientation. By default, the screen is in Portrait orientation.
To switch the orientation to Landscape, tap the icon in the lower right corner of the screen (illustrated above). Tapping once switches to “right-handed”. Page 20: The Today Screen. Pocket PC Phone User Manual The Today screen Title Bar / Task Bar Command Bar 1. Tap to open the Start Menu. 2. Tap to view network/connectivity information and access settings.
3. Tap to view Phone status, turn Flight Mode on/off, and access settings. 4. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Indicators Your Pocket PC Phone's status indicators are located at the top right of the Today screen in the Taskbar/Title Bar. Some common indicators are listed below. If you are not sure about the meaning of an indicator, tap on it with your stylus and a dialog box will typically explain its function and allow you to change the settings for that particular icon. Page 22: Using The Start Menu.
Pocket PC Phone User Manual Notifications Your Pocket PC Phone reminds you in a variety of ways when you have something to do, or when you have received an SMS message. For example, if you’ve set up an appointment in Calendar, a task with a due date in Tasks, or an alarm in Clock, you will be notified in any of the following ways: A message box appears on the screen. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Tap Programs to access the Programs group, where the applications and utilities (other than those on the Start Menu) are located.
See the list below. Tap Settings to view and change your device settings. Tap Help to access the on-line Help messages.
For some programs, context-sensitive Help is available. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Icon Description Windows Media Player plays sound or video files.
Pocket Excel lets you create, view, and edit Excel workbooks. Pocket Word lets you create, view, and edit MS-Word documents. MSN Messenger sends and receives instant messages. Pictures organizes and displays image files in the JPEG format.
Page 25: Entering Information. Pocket PC Phone User Manual 2. 2 Entering Information You can enter information on your device in the following ways: Synchronizing: Using ActiveSync, exchange information between your PC and Pocket PC Phone. (For more information on ActiveSync, see Chapter 4). Typing: Tap characters on the standard soft keyboard shown below or Phone Pad. Writing: Using the stylus, write directly on the screen. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Using the standard soft Keyboard To open the standard soft keyboard, tap Keyboard on the menu.
1. To type lowercase letters, tap the keys with the stylus. To type a single uppercase letter or symbol, tap the Shift key. To type multiple uppercase letters or symbols, tap the CAP key. Page 27: Using The Letter Recognizer, Using The Block Recognizer, Using Transcriber. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Using the Letter Recognizer With the Letter Recognizer, you can write letters using the stylus just as you would on paper. 1.
Tap the arrow next to the Input Panel button. and select Letter Recognizer from the menu. Pocket PC Phone User Manual To punctuate in Transcriber 1. Tap the keyboard button on the tool bar. 2. Tap the desired punctuation.
3. Tap the keyboard button again to hide the keyboard. Using the Letter Shape Selector The Letter Shape Selector feature allows you to adapt your personal writing style to maximize recognition. Page 29: Phone Pad.
Pocket PC Phone User Manual 2. 3 Phone Pad Phone Pad is a Soft Input Panel (SIP) application that provides a flexible alternate input method. With it, you can easily switch among three input modes (T9, Multi-Tap, and Numeric) plus a Symbols menu, with greater convenience. Invoking Phone Pad Phone Pad can be activated at any time, except when in the Today screen or when in Camera mode. Pocket PC Phone User Manual To enter a number: 1.
Tap-and-hold on the desired number key on the Input panel. 2. Or, tap the button to switch to numeric mode.
Then tap the desired number(s). To insert a tab: Tap and hold the Space key. To scroll the Wordlist: Tap the left / right arrow keys. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Phone Pad Options You can customize various behaviors for Phone Pad, including the language database. The Phone Pad Options screen can be accessed in any of the following ways: Tap-and-hold on the opt/sym button in Phone Pad. Tap the triangular icon in the lower right corner of the screen. Page 32: Writing On The Screen.
Pocket PC Phone User Manual 2. 4 Writing on the Screen In any program that accepts writing, such as Notes, Calendar, Contacts, or Tasks, you can use your stylus to write directly on the screen. Write as you would on paper. You can edit and format what you have written, and convert the information into typed text at a later time. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Tips for good recognition: 1. Write neatly. 2.
Write on the lines and draw descanters below the line. Write the cross of the “t” and apostrophes below the top line so that they are not confused with the word above. Write periods and commas above the bottom line. Page 34: Drawing On The Screen. Pocket PC Phone User Manual 2.
5 Drawing on the Screen You can draw on the screen in the same way that you write on the screen. The difference between writing and drawing on the screen is how you select items and how they can be edited. Page 35: Recording A Message. Pocket PC Phone User Manual 2. 6 Recording a Message In any program where you can write or draw on the screen, you can also quickly capture thoughts, reminders, and phone numbers by recording a message. In Calendar, Tasks, and Contacts, you can include a recording in the Notes tab.
In the Notes program, you can either create a stand-alone recording or include a recording in a written note. Page 36: Finding Information.
Pocket PC Phone User Manual Using your Pocket PC Phone’s Record button You can also open the Record/Playback toolbar by pressing the Record button on your Pocket PC Phone (the uppermost button on the left side of the device, as illustrated in the previous chapter). Page 37: Chapter 3 Using Your Pocket Pc Phone. Chapter 3 Using Your Pocket PC Phone 3. 1 Preparing to use the Phone features of your Pocket PC 3. 2 Making a Call 3.
3 Smart Dialing 3. 4 Receiving a Call 3. 5 In-Call Options 3. 6 Contacts Information 3.
7 Photo Contacts 3. 8 Additional Dialing Information 3. 9 Securing Your Pocket PC Phone 3.
10 Voice Dial. Page 38: Preparing To Use The Phone Features.
Pocket PC Phone User Manual 3. 1 Preparing to use the Phone features Like a standard mobile phone, you can use your Pocket PC Phone to make, receive, and keep track of calls, and send SMS/MMS messages. You can also take notes while talking, dial directly from Contacts, and easily transfer contacts between your SIM card and the RAM of your device. Page 39: The Navigation Pad And Dialing.
Pocket PC Phone User Manual The Navigation Pad and Dialing 1. Phone Dialer Screen: Press to activate the Phone Dialer screen.
Take Call: Press to take an incoming call. Speakerphone: During a call, press and hold to turn the speakerphone ON or OFF. Page 40: Entering Your Pin, Checking Your Connection. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Entering your PIN Most SIM cards are preset with a PIN (Personal Identification Number).
This PIN is provided by your operator, which you need to enter whenever you use your device. (For more information on installing your SIM card into your Pocket PC Phone, please see the Quick Start Guide. ) 1. Page 41: Making A Call.
Pocket PC Phone User Manual Adjusting the phone volume During a call, you can tap to display a Slider Bar that lets you adjust the volume. Note that you can opt to adjust the phone volume (ring) or device volume (notification levels and MP3) by using the Slider Bars. Page 42: Making A Call From Contacts, Making A Call From Call History. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Making a call from Contacts You can make a call from Contacts in the following ways: Press the Contacts button near the upper left corner of your Pocket PC Phone. Find the contact, and then press the Talk button twice (once to send to the Phone Dialer screen and once to call). Page 43: Making A Call From Speed Dial, Checking Your Voice Mail.
Pocket PC Phone User Manual Making a call from Speed Dial Use Speed Dial to call frequently-used numbers with a single tap. The number must already exist in Contacts before you can create a Speed Dial entry. 1.
On the keypad in the Phone Dialer screen, tap the button. Page 44: Smart Dialing. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Making a call from SIM Manager SIM Manager allows you to view the contents of your SIM card, transfer SIM phonebook entries to the Contacts on your Pocket PC Phone, and make a call from your SIM card. 1. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Making a call or sending a text message To browse the list of matched items after you have entered one or more digits. located at the right side of the result list. Or press the up/down buttons on the navigation pad.
To see more matched contacts, tap To call the selected contact: Tap the Talk button in the Phone screen. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Smart Dialing Options You can customize various behaviors for the Smart Dialing utility. When in the Phone screen, select Smart Dialing Options. from the Tools menu. The Options screen shown on the previous page will open. Options include: Enable Smart Dialing Check this box to automatically launch Smart Dialing each time you start to tap numbers on the keypad (it is checked. Page 47: Receiving A Call, In-call Options.
Pocket PC Phone User Manual 3. 4 Receiving a Call Answering an incoming call When you receive a phone call, a message will appear, giving you an option to either answer or ignore the incoming call. 1.
Tap Answer, or press the Talk button on the front of your Pocket PC Phone. 2. Page 48: Muting A Call. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Setting up conference calls 1. Either put a call on hold, then dial a second number and wait for it to be picked up. Or, accept a second incoming call when you already have one in progress. 2.
Page 49: Contacts Information. Pocket PC Phone User Manual 3. 6 Contacts Information Contacts can be imported in the following ways: From your SIM card: Use your SIM card on your Pocket PC Phone and another device; while using the other device, you create one or more new contacts on the SIM card. From your Call History: New contact numbers can be found in incoming or missed calls. Page 50: Call History, Deleting Individual Calls. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Call History When in the Phone Dialer screen, tap the button, or press the Right button on the navigation pad, to view the Call History list.
Adding a phone number from Call History to Contacts 1. Page 51: Photo Contacts. Pocket PC Phone User Manual 3. 7 Photo Contacts The Photo Contacts application makes your Pocket PC Phone more fun to use.
It allows you to assign “Photo IDs” to the entries in your Contacts. Then, when a person calls you (for whom you have previously assigned an image in Photo Contacts), that image will appear on your Pocket PC Phone’s incoming call screen. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Toolbar Icons The Toolbar provides a convenient way for you to select frequently-used commands. From left to right, the functions of the icons on the Toolbar are: Create a new Contact entry (same as New. on the Edit Menu). Modify data for the selected Contact entry (same as Edit. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Assigning a photo directly from the camera 1.
Select Start menu > Programs > Photo Contacts. 2. Select a contact from the list in the Caller ID screen, or create a new one by selecting New from the Edit menu. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Once you are in Detailed View, you can tap the Left and Right arrows (in the lower left corner of the screen) to display the Previous or Next sequential contact. If you double-tap on a URL in the Detailed View screen, Pocket Internet Explorer will be invoked and will be directed to that URL. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Set Default Photos.
By default, three animated GIF files are already assigned to the following situations. Unknown This photo will display whenever the phone number of the incoming call is photo not known to Caller ID because no phone number was “passed in” to your Pocket PC Phone. Page 56: Additional Dialing Information.
Pocket PC Phone User Manual 3. 8 Additional Dialing Information Making an emergency call Enter the international emergency number 112, then tap the button in the Phone Dialer screen, or press the Talk button on the front of your Pocket PC Phone device. Additional emergency numbers may be included on your SIM card. Page 57: Securing Your Pocket Pc Phone. Pocket PC Phone User Manual 3.
9 Securing Your Pocket PC Phone You can customize the level of security you want to have on your Pocket PC Phone by locking the keypad, the entire device, or the SIM card. Locking the keypad The keypad lock turns off the keypad functionality.
Page 58: Voicedial. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Locking the SIM card You can protect your Pocket PC Phone from unauthorized use by requiring a PIN (Personal Identification Number) in conjunction with phone usage. Your first PIN is assigned by your operator. To enable or change it: 1.
Pocket PC Phone User Manual The first time you use VoiceDial, a recognition file is generated from the data entered in Contacts on your Pocket PC Phone. However, any additions or deletions to your Contacts will not be recognized unless you update the Contacts. Placing a call by name To place a call by speaking a contact name: 1. Page 60: Main Tab. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Exiting VoiceDial To exit VoiceDial, just say "Quit " or "Goodbye". It will automatically shut down if a period of time passes without any recognizable speech. When VoiceDial cannot recognize your voice, it will prompt "Please speak more clearly.
" This situation could happen in a very noisy environment, or when you say a command too soon, before VoiceDial starts listening. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Contacts tab This setting will help you add custom pronunciations or nicknames to a contact and include information on enabling or disabling contacts. Assign contact nicknames When VoiceDial creates the "Contact Name" recognizer, each contact name is given a pronunciation from the master dictionary. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Synchronize the contact list The contact name recognizer may be manually synchronized with Contacts by tapping the list box column header entitled Sync. This is recommended when you change the spelling of a name in the Contacts list. Timing tab Customize leading silence “Leading silence”. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Recog tab Recognition Performance This setting allows you to adjust the number of computations that will be performed during the speech recognition process, to find a balance between accurate recognition and speed.
Adjust this setting if the recognition process is not recognizing accurately or if it is taking too long. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Location Search Order When placing a call by name, if you do not specify a place, VoiceDial will dial the first number associated with that contact. To change location order, tap the location buttons in the order that you want VoiceDial to search. Page 65: Chapter 4 Synchronizing. Chapter 4 Synchronizing 4. 1 Using ActiveSync 4.
2 Synchronizing Outlook Information 4. 3 Infrared and Bluetooth Connection 4. 4 ActiveSync Errors.
Page 66: Using Activesync. Pocket PC Phone User Manual 4.
1 Using ActiveSync With ActiveSync on both your PC and your Pocket PC Phone, you can exchange information between a PC or server and your Pocket PC Phone. This process is called “synchronization. ” To synchronize your Pocket PC Phone with your PC, you must install ActiveSync on the PC.
ActiveSync is already installed on your Pocket PC Phone. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Connecting to a PC by Infrared You can use an infrared connection to create a direct connection between your Pocket PC Phone and another IR-enabled mobile device or PC quickly. This method is ideal for quickly switching between multiple devices, since there are no cables or adapters to change. Page 68: Synchronizing Outlook Information.
Pocket PC Phone User Manual 4. 2 Synchronizing Outlook Information This section provides an overview of the types of Outlook information you can synchronize. By default, ActiveSync does not automatically synchronize all types of Outlook information. Use ActiveSync Options on your desktop PC to turn synchronization on and off for specific information types. Page 69: Synchronizing Contacts, Synchronizing Tasks, Synchronizing Notes.
Pocket PC Phone User Manual Synchronizing Contacts Contacts stored on your Pocket PC Phone can be synchronized with Outlook contacts stored on your desktop PC or with Mobile Information Server 2002 or later. New items entered in one location are copied to the other during synchronization. Handwritten notes and drawings are saved as pictures when synchronizing with your PC, but are removed when synchronizing with a server. Page 70: Infrared And Bluetooth Connection, Activesync Errors. Pocket PC Phone User Manual 4. 3 Infrared and Bluetooth Connection Infrared You can use Infrared (IR) to send and receive information and files between mobile devices. If an IR port is installed on your PC, you can send and receive information and files between your Pocket PC Phone and PC.
Page 71: Chapter 5 Personalizing Your Pocket Pc Phone. Chapter 5 Personalizing Your Pocket PC Phone 5. 1 Device Settings 5. 2 Phone Settings. Page 72: Device Settings. Pocket PC Phone User Manual 5. 1 Device Settings You can adjust your Pocket PC Phone's settings to suit the way you work.
To see available options, select Settings from the Start menu. The Personal settings screen is displayed by default.
Tap the System tab at the bottom of the screen to access the System settings screen. Pocket PC Phone User Manual The System tab Icon Program About Displays device information such as copyright, amount of memory installed, and lets you change the device name. Add Ring Tone Listen to and select ring tone files to be added to the selection box in the Phone. Backlight Customizes the backlight and brightness for power saving purposes. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Buttons This feature lets you customize the program hardware buttons to invoke your most fre- quently-used programs. 1.
Tap Start > Settings > the Personal tab > Buttons > the Program Buttons tab. 2. Under Select a button, tap the button whose assignment you want to change. 3. Page 75: Owner Information. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Input Select Settings from the Start menu, then tap Input in the Personal tab. In the Input Method tab, you can select an input method and change desired options.
The available input methods (Block Recognizer, Phone Pad, Keyboard, Letter Recognizer, and Transcriber), were explained in Chapter 2. Page 76: Sounds And Notifications. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Password This feature will “lock” your Pocket PC Phone if not used for a period of time specified by you.
You would then need to enter your password to “unlock” it. 1. Select Settings from the Start menu, then tap Password in the Personal tab 2.
Pocket PC Phone User Manual NOTE: The recommended picture size for the background is 240 x 320 pixels in JPEG file format. To beam a favorite theme to a friend, select the desired theme, then tap Beam on the Appearance tab. Customizing the displayed information Tap the Items tab. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Clock & Alarms Select Settings from the Start menu, then tap Clock and Alarms in the System tab. In the Time screen, select your Home time zone.
If you visit a particular time zone often, you can select it as your Visiting time zone so that you can quickly see the correct date and time. Page 79: Permanent Save. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Permanent Save You can choose to back up Contacts, Appointments, Tasks, and Connection Settings to non-volatile memory. Backing them up in this way means they will not be lost in the event that your device loses all power and you have to perform a full reset.
Select Settings from the Start menu, then tap Permanent Save in the System tab. Page 80: Phone Settings. Pocket PC Phone User Manual 5. 2 Phone Settings You can easily view and change settings, such as the ring type and ring tone to be used for incoming calls, and the keypad tone to be used when entering phone numbers. You can also protect your phone from unauthorized use. Page 81: Keypad Tone. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Keypad tone You can change the tone you hear when entering a phone number on the keypad.
If set to Tones, the tone is heard continuously for as long as the number on the keypad is pressed. If set to Beep, the tone is heard only for one or two seconds. Pocket PC Phone User Manual More On the More tab, you can access the settings for Automatic Pickup, and Broadcast Channels. You can choose to receive real-time news and information, such as traffic and weather reports, by enabling the Broadcast Channels. This service is dependent on your mobile service operator. Page 83: Chapter 6 Getting Connected. Chapter 6 Getting Connected 6.
1 About Connections 6. 2 Connecting to the Internet 6. 3 CSD Line Type 6. 4 Pocket Internet Explorer 6. 5 Network Cards Settings 6. 6 Terminal Services Client 6.
7 Bluetooth 6. 8 Wireless Modem 6. 9 Wireless LAN Manager 6. 10 GPRS Monitor.
Page 84: About Connections, Connecting To The Internet. Pocket PC Phone User Manual 6.
1 About Connections Your Pocket PC Phone is equipped with powerful networking functions that allow you to connect to the Internet through a GPRS network or a Bluetooth modem. You can also use an external modem with this device to access the Internet.
Page 85: Csd Line Type. Pocket PC Phone User Manual To change modem connection settings, in either My ISP or My Work Network, tap Manage existing connections. Select the desired modem connection, tap Settings, and follow the instructions on the screen. Connecting to a private network 1. Page 86: Pocket Internet Explorer. Pocket PC Phone User Manual 6. 4 Pocket Internet Explorer Once connected, you can use Pocket Internet Explorer to surf the Internet.
While surfing, you can also download files and programs to be installed on your device from the Internet or intranet. During synchronization with your PC, download your favorite links and mobile favorites that are stored in the Mobile Favorites folder in Internet Explorer on the PC. Page 87: Network Cards Settings. Pocket PC Phone User Manual 6.
5 Network Cards Settings Use a network (Ethernet) card to connect directly to a network. Once connected, you can view the Internet or intranet, or download e-mail. Make sure to purchase and configure a network card that is compatible with your Pocket PC Phone. Setting up your network card 1.
Page 88: Terminal Services Client. Pocket PC Phone User Manual 6. 6 Terminal Services Client Using the Terminal Services Client, you can log onto a PC running Terminal Services or Remote Desktop and use all of the programs available on that PC from your mobile device. For example, instead of running Pocket Word, you can run the PC version of Word and access all of the. doc files on that PC from your Pocket PC Phone. Page 89: Bluetooth. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Disconnecting and ending a session 1.
In the Terminal Services Client window, tap Start > Shutdown. 2. Tap Log Off. 6. 7 Bluetooth Bluetooth is a short-range wireless communications technology. Unlike infrared, you don't need to line up the devices in a straight line to beam information within a closer range when operating with a Bluetooth connection. Page 90: Bluetooth Settings, Turning On Bluetooth, Using Profiles, Creating A New Profile.
Pocket PC Phone User Manual Bluetooth Settings With Bluetooth Settings, you can: Turn Bluetooth on/off and enable/disable Bluetooth services. Create or Change a name for your Pocket PC Phone when using Bluetooth to connect with other devices. Set your connection preferences and user profile. Specify security settings and define settings for sharing and connecting. Page 91: Setting Accessibility Properties. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Renaming or deleting a profile 1. In the General tab to access a screen in which you can Add, Rename or Delete a profile.
2. Tap a profile from the profile name list and then tap Rename or Delete button to rename or delete the selected profile.
Page 92: Enabling Bluetooth Services. Pocket PC Phone User Manual 4. Other devices can discover me: When this option is enabled, other Bluetooth devices can see and report your Pocket PC Phone. This allows any device, even those unknown to yours, to connect to your Phone.
The ability of remote devices to connect is also subject to the security restrictions and whether Bluetooth is enabled on your Pocket PC Phone. Page 93: Bluetooth Manager.
Pocket PC Phone User Manual 3. You can also enable the Encryption required function if you want to require all data exchanged between your Pocket PC Phone and the remote Bluetooth device to be encrypted. 4. Some services have advanced configuration options. If available, tap Advanced to access the additional settings. Page 94: Exchanging Business Cards, Bluetooth Connection Wizard. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Exchanging business cards 1.
In the Bluetooth Manager screen, select Business Card Exchange from the Tools menu. 2. Tap the link at the bottom of the screen to select a default business card.
After the card is selected, tap OK to return to the Business Card Exchange screen. Page 95: Establishing A Serial Connection. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Exchange business cards: Locate and connect to a remote Bluetooth device and then send, receive and/or exchange electronic business cards with that device. Explore a Bluetooth device: Locate a remote device, view the services the remote device can provide, and then create a connection shortcut to one or more of those services.
Pocket PC Phone User Manual Setting up an ActiveSync via Bluetooth You can set up an ActiveSync partnership with a Bluetooth-enabled computer. First, you need to set up the Bluetooth Configuration of your computer (follow the instructions in the user manual of your Bluetooth device or PC), then set up your Pocket PC Phone. To establish an ActiveSync connection on your Pocket PC Phone: 1.
Pocket PC Phone User Manual To make this connection the default dial-up connection for Pocket Internet Explorer when using Bluetooth modem, you still need to complete the following steps: 1. In the Today screen, select Start > Settings > the Connections tab. 2. Page 98: Active Connections.
Pocket PC Phone User Manual To join a Personal Area Network: 1. Select Bluetooth Manager > New > Connect > Join a personal network > Next. 2.
On the next wizard screen select Join a personal network > Next. When Bluetooth Browser appears, select the host of the personal area network, and then tap Next to establish a connection to the personal area network. Page 99: Wireless Modem. Pocket PC Phone User Manual 6. 8 Wireless Modem This utility will simulate your device as a wireless modem, and let your desktop PC/Notebook computer be connected to a wireless network. Before creating a new modem via selected connection type, you still need to install the drivers on your desktop PC/Notebook computer. For more details about driver installation and the minimum requirements for your PC/ Notebook, please refer to the Companion CD.
Pocket PC Phone User Manual A new standard modem is now set up successfully on your PC, but you still need to create a new dial-up connection. 1.
Click Start > Settings > Control Panel > Network and Dial-up Connections > Make New Connection. Pocket PC Phone User Manual 5.
Select the Display a list of the known drivers for this device so that I can choose a specific driver option, and then click Next. 6.
Select Modem from the Hardware types list, and then Next. 7. Page 102: Wireless Lan Manager. Pocket PC Phone User Manual 6.
9 Wireless LAN Manager Wireless LAN Manager (WLAN Manager) allows you to conveniently manage WiFi Internet connections on your Pocket PC Phone. You can set the device’s Power Save Mode to make optimal use of the battery under the WLAN networking environment, view a variety of data related to the current configuration and signal quality, and increase the security. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Invoking WLAN Manager To open the Wireless LAN Manager screen, select Start menu > Settings > Connections > WLAN. Or, if you have the Wireless Manager screen open (mentioned above), you can tap the WLAN icon in the Toolbar at the bottom of the Wireless Manager screen. Using WLAN Manager The WLAN Manager application consists of three screens: Main, Settings, and LEAP. Page 104: Main Screen. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Main screen The Main screen displays data related to the current configuration, and the quality of the WLAN signal, for your reference.
Fields in this screen are: Status This field displays messages that inform you of the current connection status. Examples: “Connected to network,”. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Settings screen Power Save Mode WLAN consumes a significant amount of power, and will run down your Pocket PC Phone’s battery quicker when the WiFi connection is in use. The Power Save Mode option provides three settings. Page 106: Gprs Monitor. Pocket PC Phone User Manual 6. 10 GPRS Monitor GPRS Monitor reports date transfer amounts per certain period of time, logs daily/ monthly/yearly data transfer amounts, compares the collected data against pre-defined data traffic (tariff) rates, and performs other activities that help you to maintain your cellular phone account.
Pocket PC Phone User Manual Setting Traffic Limit Notifications Set up traffic limit notifications if you would like to be notified when a certain traffic limit is reached. You can specify a maximum of three daily and three monthly limits, and the traffic amount can cover megabytes, kilobytes, or a percentage from the daily/monthly inclusive. Pocket PC Phone User Manual To customize the GPRS Monitor Today plug-in: 1. Select Start > Settings > the Personal tab > Today.
2. In the Items tab, tap GPRS Monitor in the list so that it is highlighted, then tap the Options. button. Page 109: Changing Profiles. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Tap the GPRS Monitor icon on the Taskbar to get detailed information such as: Traffic (for the session, day, or week, depending on your settings) Costs (for the session, day, or week, depending on your settings) Data block usage (shows how much of the current data block you have already transferred) Current Speed. Pocket PC Phone User Manual GPRS Traffic/Cost Chart To see the network connection Costs chart, tap the button. There is also a date input box together with buttons that toggle Year, Month and Day view.
In the Costs chart, you will see green or blue bars that represent online costs (for time-based tariffs) and additional traffic, respectively. Page 111: Chapter 7 Using Outlook. Chapter 7 Using Outlook 7. 1 Calendar 7.
2 Contacts 7. 3 Tasks 7. 4 Notes.
Page 112: Calendar. Pocket PC Phone User Manual 7. 1 Calendar Use Calendar to schedule appointments, including meetings and other events. You can check your appointments in one of several views (Day, Week, Month, and Agenda) and set Calendar to remind you of appointments with a sound or other method.
Appointments for the day can be displayed on the Today screen. Page 113: Sending A Meeting Request, Setting A Reminder For An Appointment. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Sending a meeting request You can use Calendar to set up meetings with users of Outlook or Pocket Outlook.
The meeting request will be created automatically and sent either when you synchronize Inbox or when you connect to your E-mail server. Page 114: Contacts. Pocket PC Phone User Manual 7. 2 Contacts Contacts maintains a list of your friends and colleagues so that you can easily find the contact information you’re looking for, whether you’re at home or on the road.
You can enter both personal and business information. Contacts can be invoked by selecting Contacts from the Start menu, or by pressing the hardware button in the upper left area of the front of your Pocket PC Phone. Page 115: Finding A Contact. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Finding a contact Various methods are available to help you search for the desired contact entry. Tap Start > Programs > Find, enter either the contact name (first, last, or middle), or phone number, or address. Select Contacts from the drop-down list in the Type field, and then tap From Contacts, start typing a contact name until you see it displayed on the screen.
Page 116: Tasks. Pocket PC Phone User Manual 7. 3 Tasks Use Tasks to keep track of things you need to do. Tasks can be invoked by selecting Start > Programs > Tasks.
A variety of task information can be displayed on the Today screen. Page 117: Notes. Pocket PC Phone User Manual 7. 4 Notes Notes help you quickly capture ideas, notes, and thoughts. You can create a note using written and typed text, drawings, and voice recordings. You can also share your notes with others through E-mail, infrared, and synchronization with your desktop/notebook PC (see Chapter 4). Pocket PC Phone User Manual The Options screen In the main Notes screen, select Options.
from the Tools menu. You can select a Default mode (Writing or Typing), and you can select a pre-designed template to use for all new notes in the Default template field. If you store most of your notes/recordings on a storage card, you can select Storage Card in the Save To field. Page 119: Chapter 8 Messaging Features. Chapter 8 Messaging Features 8. 1 E-Mail and Text Messages 8. 2 MSN Messenger 8.
3 MMS Messages. Page 120: E-mail And Text Messages. Pocket PC Phone User Manual 8. 1 E-Mail and Text Messages You can receive E-mail and text messages in Messaging. E-mail messages are sent by using an address you receive from your Internet service provider (ISP), an E-mail service provider, or your employer. Text messages are sent and received through your phone service provider by using a phone number as the message address. Page 121: Deleting An Account, Downloading Messages From A Server.
Pocket PC Phone User Manual 5. Enter your E-mail provider’s server name information for Incoming mail and Outgoing mail, then tap Finish. When finished, tap Accounts. Your new E-mail account will be displayed under this menu. You can start connecting to your E-mail server at this point. You can set up several E-mail accounts, in addition to your Outlook E-mail account. Page 122: Receiving Attachments.
Pocket PC Phone User Manual Receiving attachments An attachment sent with an E-mail message or downloaded from the server appears as an icon at the bottom of the message in its own window pane. Tapping the attachment icon opens the attachment, if it has been fully downloaded. You can mark an attachment for downloading (IMAP4 account only) the next time you connect. Page 123: Managing Messages And Folders. Pocket PC Phone User Manual 1. In the message list, tap Accounts and select Outlook E-Mail, Text Messages (SMS), or the desired E-mail account.
2. Tap New. 3. Enter the E-mail address or text message address of one or more recipients, separating them with a semicolon. Page 124: Msn Messenger. Pocket PC Phone User Manual 8.
2 MSN Messenger MSN Messenger capabilities include: Seeing who is online. Sending and receiving instant messages. Having instant message conversations with groups of contacts.
Notifying contacts of your on-line status. Blocking contacts from seeing your status or sending you messages. To use MSN Messenger, you need a Passport account, or an Exchange E-mail account that your employer provides. Page 125: Mms Messages. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Signing In and Signing Out 1.
To sign in, tap anywhere on the screen. Follow the directions on the screen. 2. To sign out, tap Tools > Sign out. To sign in as your device is connected to the Internet, tap Tools > Options > the General tab, then check the Run this program upon connection checkbox.
Pocket PC Phone User Manual Creating an MMS Message MMS messages are created by combining various slides. Each slide can consist of a photo, an audio or video clip, and/or text. To begin, select Start > Messaging > Accounts > MMS. In the MMS Inbox, tap New in the Command Bar. Pocket PC Phone User Manual 1. Enter the recipient’s phone number or E-mail address directly.
Or, tap on the To button. Then in the next screen, select either the Phone tab to see your phone book entries, or Email to list your E-mail address book. Select the desired item and tap OK. Pocket PC Phone User Manual NOTE: Pressing your stylus on a thumbnail will display a pop-up menu containing the File Info Delete commands. File Info displays the file name, resolution, date, and size of a photo.
When viewing video file information, the duration of the video is also listed. Adding text You can add text to any slide. Page 129: Menu Commands, Edit Menu, Options Menu. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Menu commands Two menus are available in the Command Bar at the bottom of the screen: Edit Menu Insert Slide Adds a new, blank slide to your current message. New From Lets you create a new message using a pre-made Template. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Viewing a message You have various options when viewing a message that you have received: Use the playback controls (Play/Pause, Stop) to view the message.
You can pause it anytime during playback. Tap Objects to see a list of each file. If you want to save a particular file, tap it, then choose Save from the Tools menu. Pocket PC Phone User Manual 2. Tap Accounts at the bottom of the Messaging screen. 3.
From the menu, select the desired account: Text Messages, Outlook E-Mail, or MMS. After you have selected an account, it will be recognized as the account to be used for message-sending, and will override other Send commands no matter what application you are using. Pocket PC Phone User Manual. Page 133: Chapter 9 Applications. Chapter 9 Applications 9. 1 Pocket Word 9.
2 Pocket Excel 9. 3 Windows Media Player 9. 4 Pictures 9. 5 ClearVue PPT 9. 6 ClearVue PDF 9. 7 Truefax 9.
8 MIDlet Manager 9. 9 ZIP. Page 134: Pocket Word. Pocket PC Phone User Manual 9. 1 Pocket Word You can create and edit documents and templates in Pocket Word just as you would do in Word on your desktop PC. Pocket Word documents can be saved as. psw.
doc. rtf, or. txt files.
Page 135: Pocket Excel. Pocket PC Phone User Manual 9. 2 Pocket Excel You can create and edit workbooks and templates in Pocket Excel just as you would do in Excel on your PC.
Pocket Excel workbooks are usually saved as. pxl files, but you can also save them in the. xls format. Page 136: Windows Media Player. Pocket PC Phone User Manual 9. 3 Windows Media Player Your Pocket PC Phone comes with Microsoft® Windows Media® Player 10 Mobile. Use Windows Media Player to play audio and video files that are stored on your Pocket PC Phone, a network, or the Internet.
Select Start >. Page 137: Pictures. Pocket PC Phone User Manual 9. 4 Pictures Pictures collects, organizes and sorts image files in the JPEG format on your Pocket PC Phone. With Pictures, you can download JPEG images to your desktop PC/Notebook, use ActiveSync to copy the files to your Pocket PC Phone, and view the images as a slide show, beam them, send them via E-mail, edit them, and more. Page 138: Sorting Files, Deleting A File, Editing Pictures.
Pocket PC Phone User Manual During a Slide Show, tap anywhere on the screen to display the Slide Show toolbar, which you can use to pause the Slide Show and rotate the view. Press the Left/Right controls to move forward or backward through the slides. Sorting files Near the upper right of the Pictures screen, under the Title Bar, tap the "Sort By". Page 139: Clearvue Ppt. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Other options You can set the Pictures application to be launched automatically when a digital camera storage card is inserted. 1.
Tap Tools > Options > the General tab. 2. Check the Detect digital camera storage cards checkbox.
You can also set the length of the time delay between slides during Slide Show playback. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Viewing a presentation To open a PPT presentation file: 1. Invoke ClearVue Presentation by selecting Start > Programs > ClearVue PPT. 2. Tap File > Open to view a list of. ppt files on your Pocket PC Phone.
Tap the file you want to view. Page 141: Setting Up A Slide Show.
Pocket PC Phone User Manual The Slide Sorter The Slide Sorter shows slide thumbnails of the currently selected presentation. From this window, you can do the following: Sort the slides by selecting Move slide up or Move slide down. Or, use the stylus to drag-and-drop the slide to the desired location. Page 142: Clearvue Pdf. Pocket PC Phone User Manual 9. 6 ClearVue PDF ClearVue PDF displays Portable Document Format files. These files usually have a.
pdf extension. To open a PDF file on your Pocket PC Phone: 1.
Invoke ClearVue PDF by selecting Start > Programs > ClearVue PDF. 2. Page 143: Truefax. Pocket PC Phone User Manual 9.
7 Truefax Truefax is a utility that allows you to send and receive faxes on your Pocket PC Phone. Note that this application is not pre-installed in the ROM of your Pocket PC Phone. Rather, it is located on the Application CD that came with your Pocket PC Phone when you bought it. Page 144: Receiving A Fax.
Pocket PC Phone User Manual Receiving a fax To receive faxes with Truefax via your Pocket PC Phone, you need a special fax number assigned by your mobile Pocket PC Phone operator. Currently, it's not possible to receive faxes through your Pocket PC Phone with a standard mobile phone number. Contact your mobile operator for the availability of this service. Pocket PC Phone User Manual With. you can: - Invert to show the actual page inverted.
All black points will be white and all white points will be black. - Rotate by 180 deg. so that a fax received upside down can be viewed without rotating your Pocket PC Phone. Page 146: Midlet Manager.
Pocket PC Phone User Manual Defining Layout You can customize the appearance of your fax by modifying the settings in the Layout dialog. Select Start > Programs > Truefax > Tool > Layout. In the Font tab, define the font that will be used for the fax. The only text that won’t be shown with this font is the text you have written with the Quick Note feature of the Fax Viewer, because this text will be handled as a graphic. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Once your download is completed, the MIDlet Manager will automatically start, and will prompt you to install your new MIDlets/MIDlet suite. You must confirm that you want to proceed. If so, the installation of your MIDlets/MIDlet suite is completed.
You can cancel the installation at any time. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Running MIDlets The MIDlet Manager enables you to run MIDlets/MIDlet on your Pocket PC Phone.
You can leave MIDlets running in the background while you perform other tasks on your Pocket PC Phone. You can have multiple MIDlets running at the same time, depending on the total amount of memory available on your Pocket PC Phone. Page 149: System Info. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Managing your MIDlets/MIDlet suites You can organize your MIDlets into groups and define custom groups.
You can manage the default settings for MIDlets, including security settings. Customizing your display settings 1. Tap the Sort By menu in the upper right corner of the MIDlet Manager screen to personalize your display options. Page 150: Error Messages. Pocket PC Phone User Manual MIDlet Security You can adjust security settings for each MIDlets/MIDlet suite by selecting a MIDlet and choosing Security.
Note that some features may not be available for all MIDlets/MIDlet suites. Security Description Option Net Access Determines whether a MIDlets/MIDlet suite can access the Internet. Pocket PC Phone User Manual 9.
9 ZIP ZIP allows you to save memory and increase the storage capacity of your Pocket PC Phone by compressing files in the conventional "zip" format. You can view and extract archive files received via web download, E-mail attachment, other mobile devices, or PCs. Or, create new zip files on your Pocket PC Phone. Pocket PC Phone User Manual The New Archive. command lets you create a new empty file with a filename extension of.
zip. You can then select Open Archive on the File Menu to open it in the Individual File screen, then use the Add command on the Action Menu or Toolbar (in the Individual File screen) to compress and add individual files to it. Page 153: Chapter 10 Using Camera And Album. Chapter 10 Using Camera and Album 10.
1 Using the Camera application 10. 2 Using the Album application. Page 154: Using The Camera Application. Pocket PC Phone User Manual 10.
1 Using the Camera application The Camera application, explained in this section, lets you use your Pocket PC’s built-in camera to snap new photos or shoot video clips with accompanying audio. The Album application, explained in the next section, provides many powerful features to view, organize, and manipulate your image, video, and audio files. Page 155: Usage Of Buttons In Camera Mode. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Usage of Buttons in Camera Mode When in Camera mode, you can press certain buttons on your Pocket PC Phone as a shortcut to performing the following operations: Orientation Toggle Camera Settings Screen By default, the screen orientation Press to toggle the Camera Settings is in a Portrait display.
Pocket PC Phone User Manual Photo Capture Mode In Photo capture mode, you can capture a single still image by pressing the Camera button on the left side of your Pocket PC Phone, or the Action button on the navigation pad. You can capture images in either BMP or JPEG format, as specified in the Camera Settings screen. Page 157: Video Capture Mode.
Pocket PC Phone User Manual Video Capture Mode When in Video capture mode, you can press the Action button on the front of your Pocket PC Phone, or the Camera button on the left side, to start recording a video clip. To stop recording, press the Action or Camera button again. Pocket PC Phone User Manual MMS Video Capture Mode The MMS Video capture mode offers some additional options that make it convenient for you to capture a video file and then send it via MMS. Press the Action button on the front of your Pocket PC Phone, or the Camera button on the left side, to start recording a video clip. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Picture Theme Capture Mode The Picture Theme capture mode lets you choose a template in which your captured still image(s) will be placed. You can think of a template as a kind of frame in which you would insert a photograph.
Pocket PC Phone User Manual Using the Review Screen If the Review after capture checkbox is currently checked in the Tools > Options. > General tab (it is checked by default), then immediately after you capture a new image or video file, it will be displayed on the screen along with four icons. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Zooming In/Out In all capture modes, you can press the Up navigational button on your Pocket PC Phone, or tap the triangular Up arrow next to the Zoom Ratio indicator (lower left area of screen), to Zoom In on the incoming video stream. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Camera Settings screen When in any of the capture modes (Photo, Video, MMS Video, Contact Photo or Picture Theme), you can tap to display the Camera Settings screen.
Or, you can press the button in the upper right front of your Pocket PC Phone to toggle the Camera Settings screen open and closed (this is the button that opens Calendar if Camera mode is not active). Page 163: Tools Menu. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Tools Menu The Tools menu in the Camera Settings screen provides many more settings that let you customize the behavior of Camera mode functions. Adjust.
Select Adjust. from the Tools menu if you want to adjust the display properties: Contrast, Brightness, Saturation, Hue, and Sharpness. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Image Tab The settings in the Image tab affect only your captured image files. Options Function Prefix Type and By default, the filename of each new captured image file will Prefix String be “IMAGE” followed by a sequential number, for example: IMAGE_00001. jpg.
Pocket PC Phone User Manual Video Tab The settings in the Video tab affect only your captured video files. Options Function Prefix Type and By default, the filename of each new captured video file will be Prefix String “VIDEO” followed by a sequential number, for example: VIDEO_ 00001. avi. Page 166: Using The Album Application.
Pocket PC Phone User Manual 10. 2 Using the Album application Album allows you to view image and video files, and play audio files. Four view modes are available: Thumbnail, Detailed, Slide Show, and Full Screen. To start Album: • Select Start > Programs > Album. •. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Thumbnails displayed in “Normal” size Thumbnails displayed in “List” view NOTE: To view the ToolTip for any icon (which describes its function), press your stylus on the icon. If you want to select a different folder, tap the Folder field near the top of the screen under the Title Bar, then select the desired folder from the list.
Page 168: The Tools Menu. Pocket PC Phone User Manual An icon in the lower left or lower right corner of a thumbnail indicates the following: - indicates that text annotation has been associated with this file (see below). G - indicates an animated GIF file. V - indicates a video file. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Assigning an audio file as a Ringtone Select the desired audio file, then select Set as Ringtone from the Tools Menu (or the menu that pops up when you tap-and-hold on a thumbnail).
The previous ringtone will be immediately replaced. Pocket PC Phone User Manual The General tab Function Explanation Default zoom The setting in the Default zoom field controls the size of the selected file when it is initially displayed in Detailed View mode. If set to Smart, Album will automatically calculate the best size in which to display the file on the screen.
Page 171: Detailed View. Pocket PC Phone User Manual The Association tab You can associate any or all of the supported file types with Album. This means, for example, if you select a file of an associated type in File Explorer, the file will automatically open using the Album application. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Panning images that are too big for the screen Whenever an image is too large to be shown in the display area in its entirety, you can press your stylus anywhere in the display area and drag, to interactively “quick-pan” the image manually to any desired position. Page 173: Slide Show View.
Pocket PC Phone User Manual Slide Show View When in the Thumbnail view or Detailed view, you can tap the Slide Show icon in the Command Bar to enter Slide Show mode. All the image, video, and audio files in the current folder will be played in succession automatically. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Full Screen View You can enter the Full Screen view mode only from the Detailed view.
When in the Detailed view mode, tap the Full Screen icon on the Toolbar to switch to Full Screen. The Title Bar, Toolbar, and Command Bar are hidden in Full Screen view.
Page 175: Appendix A Maintaining Your Pocket Pc Phone. Appendix A Maintaining your Pocket PC Phone Adding and Removing Programs Managing Memory Backing Up Files Resetting Your Pocket PC Phone. Page 176: Adding And Removing Programs, Adding Programs Using Activesync. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Adding and Removing Programs By default, programs added to your Pocket PC Phone at the factory are stored in the ROM (read only memory). You cannot remove these programs, and you will never accidentally lose them. You can install any other programs created for your Pocket PC Phone, as long as it has enough memory. Page 177: Managing Memory.
Pocket PC Phone User Manual Adding a program directly from the Internet 1. Determine that your Pocket PC Phone and processor type meet the requirements of the software that you want to install. 2. Download the program to your Pocket PC Phone directly from the Internet using Pocket Internet Explorer.
Pocket PC Phone User Manual Move data to an SD storage card 1. Select Start > Programs > File Explorer. 2. Tap-and-hold on the file you want to move, then select Cut from the pop-up menu. Open the My Documents folder in the storage card folder, tap Edit, and then tap Paste. Files stored in folders other than My Documents (or in folders under the sub-folders in My Documents) may not show up in the list view of some programs. Page 179: Backing Up Files.
Pocket PC Phone User Manual Backing Up Files Because any new programs or data are stored in RAM, and therefore will be lost if your Pocket PC Phone loses power for any reason, it is important that you back up the device's files to your desktop PC or a memory card. Page 180: Resetting Your Pocket Pc Phone. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Resetting Your Pocket PC Phone You can perform a soft reset or a full reset. During a soft reset, the Pocket PC Phone is restarted and only some data in opened programs may be lost. However, a full reset turns the battery off, returns the device to its original factory settings, and deletes all programs, files, contacts, and other information you have saved to the device. Page 181: Appendix B Regulatory Notices.
Appendix B Regulatory Notices Regulatory Agency Identification European Union Notice Important Health and Safety Information Troubleshooting. Page 182: Regulatory Agency Ids, European Union Notice. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Regulatory Agency IDs For regulatory identification purposes, your product is assigned a model number of PH10C. The following accessories have been approved for use with your Pocket PC Phone. The assigned model number(s) listed below identify these approved accessories. To ensure continued reliable and safe operation of your Pocket PC Phone, use only the accessories listed below with your PH10C.
Page 183: Important Health And Safety Information. Pocket PC Phone User Manual ETSI EN 300 328 Electromagnetic compatibility and Radio spectrum Matters (ERM); Wideband Transmission systems; data transmission equipment operating in the 2.
4 GHz ISM band and using spread spectrum modulation techniques. GSM11. 10 ANSI/IEEE C. 95. 1-1992 Specific absorption rate in mobile phone emission condition for body health. EN50360, EN50361 for SAR Important Health and Safety Information Retain and follow all product safety and operating instructions.
Page 184: Safety Precautions For Power Supply Unit, Sar Information. Pocket PC Phone User Manual 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. Page 185: Troubleshooting. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Troubleshooting If you still encounter problems after reviewing this troubleshooting guide, contact your mobile operator or an authorized Technical Support center in your area.
Operating Problems Problem Solution Your Pocket PC Phone is designed by default to turn itself off if not used My Pocket PC Phone keeps for 3 minutes. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Problem Solution A Running out of memory Memory on your Pocket PC is shared between storage memory and warning message pops up on program memory: the screen. Delete any unnecessary information you have entered to release more storage memory space. Page 187: Tapping And Writing Problems, Activesync Problems. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Tapping and Writing Problems Problem Solution Check the Buttons setting to see if the program assignment for Device buttons do not re- spond, or bring up the wrong each function button is set as you wanted. Tap Start > Settings > program.
Page 188: Connection Problems. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Connection Problems Problem Solution Unable to use Infrared (IR) Line up the IR ports so that they are unobstructed and within a port to transfer information. close 20cm range.
Make sure that nothing is obstructing the two IR ports. Adjust the room lighting. Page 189: Specifications. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Specifications System Information Expansion Slots SDIO/MMC Processor Intel Bulverde CPU at 520MHz support Memory - ROM. 128 MB - RAM. 128 MB Controls and Lights Operating System Windows Mobile 2003 Navigation 5-way navigation pad AKU2 Update, Second Edition Buttons - 4 program buttons: Calendar. Page 190: Index.
Pocket PC Phone User Manual Index Camera lens 11 Camera settings/options 162 Camera usage 154 About (in Settings) 77 GPRS Monitor 20, 106 Car antenna connector 11 AC Adapter 14, 15 Backing up GPRS data 10 ClearVue PDF 142 ActiveSync 66, 176 GPRS Setting 86 ClearVue PPT 139 Synchronizing Outlook 68. Pocket PC Phone User Manual Menus (Settings) 75 (image in frame) 159 System tab summary (Set- Microphone in device 10 PIN, entering 40 tings) 73 MIDlet Manager 146 Pocket Excel 135 MMC/SD or SDIO slot 10 Pocket Internet Explorer 86 MMS Messages 125 Pocket Word 134 Settings 130.