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  • Discover your phone

    Philips continuously strives to improve its products. Therefore, Philips reserves the rights to revise this user guide or withdraw it at any time without prior notice. Philips provides this user guide "as is" and does not accept, except as required by the applicable law, liability for any error, omission or discrepancy between this user guide and the product described. The device is meant to be connected to GSM/GPRS networks.

    + -

    Pick-up key

    Vibration on/off, selection of text entry methods

    Left soft key

    Lock/unlock, symbol input


    On/off and hang-up key

    262K TFT LCD

    Navigation and O (OK) keys

    Right soft key

    Camera key Alphanumeric keypad


    USB Port/charger & headset connector

    Back of the phone: Camera lens

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    How to...

    Switch the phone On/Off Long press ).

    Enter your PIN code Enter your PIN code using the keypad and press O to confirm. Lock/Unlock the keypad Long press *.

    Make a call On the idle screen, enter the phone number using the keypad, and press (.

    Answer/End a call When the phone rings, press (. Press ) to end a call.

    Activate/Deactivate handsfree mode

    During a call, press O.

    Access the message inbox Press L Inbox on idle screen.

    Access a sub-menu directly Press R Shortcuts on idle screen (see "Shortcuts" on page 3).

    Select text entry methods Press #. repeatedly on the editing screen. Long press * to turn T9 input on or off.

    Access the main menu Press O Menu on idle screen. Quickly return to idle when browsing menus


    Vibration on/off Long press # on idle screen. Page 1 Monday, June 1, 2009 1:59 PM

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    Soft keys

    The soft keys L, R and O (OK) allow you to select the options above them on the screen. Such options are contextual: they vary according to current context.

    Main menu

    The main menu gives you access to all the different features of your mobile phone. The table below summarizes the functional icons on the main menu. To find more information about their functions, refer to the pages.

    Press O Menu on idle screen to access the main menu and press +, -, < or > to navigate through the icons and lists. Press OOK to access the options related to the selected item. Press RBack to return to the previous menu. Press ) to return to the idle screen.

    Entertainment Browser Multimedia

    page 46 page 42 page 49

    Camera Messaging My files

    page 43 page 20 page 53

    Tools Contacts Profiles

    page 36 page 31 page 60

    Bluetooth Calls Settings

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    Fast keys

    You can configure the navigation keys +, -, to access your favorite features directly. On idle screen, press the keys to access the features.

    Go to Settings > General > Fast keys to check the default settings of the navigation keys +, -, . To change the default settings,

    1. Select the item to be changed. 2. Press OEdit to assign a new shortcut to

    the key. 3. Press + or - to select, and OOK to



    With shortcuts, you can access a functional sub- menu directly. On idle screen, press R Shortcuts.

    Go to Settings > General > Shortcuts to check the list of shortcuts. You can list your desired shortcuts and rank them in the order of preference.

    To add a shortcut,

    1. Press OAdd. The list of available shortcuts appears.

    2. Select your desired shortcut. 3. Press < and > to select its order in the list.

    Press OOK.

    To replace one shortcut with another,

    1. Select the shortcut to be replaced. 2. Press LOptions > Edit. 3. Select the desired shortcut, and press


    0 Long press to enter “+” when making international calls.

    1 Long press to access the voice mailbox.

    # Long press to select/unselect Meeting profile (by default, vibration on or off for incoming calls or messages). Page 3 Monday, June 1, 2009 1:59 PM

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    The new shortcut is added to the location. The old one is replaced.

    To remove a shortcut,

    • Select it, and press LOptions > Delete or Disable.

    Light sensor

    With the built-in light sensor, the phone can react to ambient luminance as desired or necessary.

    • In Settings > Display > Backlight settings > Backlight brightness > Auto-adjust brightness, select On.

    The phone will adjust backlight level automatically according to ambient brightness. For power-saving purposes, always turn on the light sensor.

    Power-saving mode

    After the set time span, the phone has the idle screen turned off automatically. To exit the

    power-saving mode, press any key. For power- saving purpose, set the time span to a low value in Settings > Display > Backlight settings > Backlight duration. Page 4 Monday, June 1, 2009 1:59 PM

  • Table of contents 5

    Table of contents 1 Getting Started 8

    Inserting the SIM card 8 Charging the battery 10 Setting clock 11 Inserting the Micro-SD card (memory card) 12

    2 Text Entry 13

    Selecting text entry methods 13 Entering text 13

    3 Calling 16 Making a call 16 Answering and ending a call 17 Options during a call 17 Handling multiple calls (Network-dependent) 18 Making an emergency call 19

    4 Messaging 20

    Creating messages 20 Organizing your messages 22 Defining your message settings 24 E-mail 26 Broadcast messages 29

    5 Contacts 31

    Adding or updating contacts 31 Searching for a contact 32 Managing your contacts 33 Special numbers 34

    6 Tools 36

    Using your business organizer Create your to-do list 36 Check your calendar 37 Edit your to-do list 37 Page 5 Monday, June 1, 2009 1:59 PM

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    Using your business assistant Alarm 37 Business card reader 38 Text reader 39 Sound recorder 40 World clock 40 Others 41

    7 Browser 42

    Managing your browser 42 Accessing web sites 42 Enabling/ disabling push messages 42

    8 Camera 43 Camera 43 Video 44

    9 Entertainment 46 Java games and application 46 Editing your photos 47 Editing your ringtones 48 STK 48

    10 Multimedia 49

    Music player 49 FM radio 51

    11 My files 53 Finding your files 53 Managing your files 53 Sharing your files 54 Using photos 54 Setting audio files as ringtones 55

    12 Calls 56 Page 6 Monday, June 1, 2009 1:59 PM

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    13 Bluetooth 57

    About Bluetooth 57 Connecting to a Bluetooth device 57 Getting connected by a Bluetooth device 58 Other Bluetooth connections 59

    14 Profiles 60

    Adjusting ring settings to different scenes 60

    15 Settings 61 General 61 Display 62 Call 62 Network 64 Java 64 Security 65

    Sound 65 Factory settings 65

    Icons & Symbols 66

    Precautions 68

    Tips 75

    Troubleshooting 76

    Philips Authentic Accessories 80

    Trademark Declaration 83

    Specific Absorption Rate Information 84

    Limited Warranty 86

    Declaration of Conformity 90 Page 7 Monday, June 1, 2009 1:59 PM

  • 8 Getting Started

    1 Getting Started Congratulations on your purchase and welcome to Philips!

    To get the most of your product and enjoy all Philips has to offer, register your product at www. philips. com/welcome.

    Please read the safety instructions in the "Precautions" section before use.

    To use your phone, you must insert a valid SIM card supplied by your GSM operator or retailer. The SIM card contains your subscription information, your mobile phone number, and a memory in which you can store phone numbers and messages.

    Inserting the SIM card

    Follow the steps below to insert your new SIM card. Remember to switch off your mobile phone before removing the back cover.

    1. Press on the back cover and slide the cover as shown. Page 8 Monday, June 1, 2009 1:59 PM

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    2. As shown, take out the battery.

    You may lose all your personal settings if you remove the battery when the phone is switched on.

    3. As shown, align your SIM card with the SIM card slot, clipped corner facing you and gold

    contact downwards. Insert your SIM card into its slot.

    4. As shown, align the metallic connectors on the battery and battery slot. Press the battery down until it is locked. Page 9 Monday, June 1, 2009 1:59 PM

  • 10 Getting Started

    5. As shown, slide the back cover along the slots until it is locked.

    Remove the protective film covering the screen and camera lens before using the phone.

    Charging the battery

    Your phone is powered by a rechargeable battery. A new battery is partially charged. The battery symbol indicates the state of the battery.

    To charge the battery, plug in the connector as shown below. Then plug the other end into a power socket.

    During charging, the battery symbol scrolls.

    Keeping the charger plugged to the mobile phone when the battery is fu