Sony Ericsson T226 T226 T226 user manual

User manual for the device Sony Ericsson T226 T226 T226

Device: Sony Ericsson T226 T226 T226
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July, 2003 (Revision C)
T226

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T226 White Paper July 2003 (Rev. C) Contents Preface ................................................................................................................................. 3 Purpose of this document ......................................................................................... 3 Product overview ................................................................................................................. 4 Key functions and features ......................................

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T226 White Paper July 2003 (Rev. C) Email client technical data ..................................................................................... 53 ................................................................................................................................ 54 USSD technical data ............................................................................................... 54 Image format technical data ...................................................................

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T226 White Paper July 2003 (Rev C) Preface Purpose of this document The Sony Ericsson T226 White Paper is designed to give the reader a deeper technical understanding of how this phone is designed, and of how it interacts with other media. This document will make it easier to inte- grate this phone with the IT and communications solu- tions of a company or organization. People who can benefit from this document include:  Corporate buyers  IT Professionals  Software developers  Support eng

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T226 White Paper July 2003 (Rev C) polyphonic sound format - iMelody. Product overview The development from the iMelody format to the MIDI format means a revolution to the sound quality. The MIDI files are small, and perfect for mobile devices which have limited storage capacity. The T226 mobile phone is designed to include an impressive set of features for a very reasonable price. MIDI - Musical Instrument Digital Interface - is a The focus is on messaging, music, gaming, imaging, specif

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T226 White Paper July 2003 (Rev C) menus presented as icons. Imaging With a digital camera attached to your phone, you can take, view, store and send high-quality pictures over the air to another mobile phone, as MMS messages, or you can send them to an email address or Web photo album. Downloading images from the Web is another alternative. Thousands of online image collections already exist on the Web and many sites are already gearing up to include images for use in mobile phones. Nav

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T226 White Paper July 2003 (Rev C) possible for users to send enhanced text messages to be saved. You can also choose to add, reschedule, edit, users of other makes of mobile phones. EMS makes it send or delete events. possible for the user to use text formatting (style, size, alignment and paragraphs) in a text message. At iMelody and Melody Composer purchase, the phone is loaded with several pre-defined The audio iMelody format enhances the sound quality images and animations. in the T22

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T226 White Paper July 2003 (Rev C) Themes Multimedia in the With themes, the user can change the appearance of the display, for example the text, the background colors T226 and the background picture. The phone comes with a number of pre-defined themes, and it is possible to download additional themes. The maximum number of themes is limited only by the amount of memory. The T226 is a multimedia phone. The color display Image formats together with the audio functionality gives the user s

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T226 White Paper July 2003 (Rev C) MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service) One of the key features in the T226 is the Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS). MMS is expected to become the preferred messaging method of mobile terminal users, since there are virtually no limits to the content of an MMS transmission. An MMS message from the T226 can contain text, graphics, animations, images, audio clips and ring melodies. For more detailed information, see “Multimedia Messaging Service” on page 45

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T226 White Paper July 2003 (Rev C) Audio Business card (vCard) MMS provides the ability to send and receive full With MMS in the T226, the user can send his/her sound (iMelody, MIDI and AMR) messages. Not only business card. can users share a favorite song or ring signal with a friend, they can also use the mobile phone to record . sound and send it along with a message. Because sound includes speech as well as music, this extra dimension of an MMS message makes for enhanced immediacy of ex

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T226 White Paper July 2003 (Rev C) The MMS server, through which MMS messages are facilitate a complete communication experience. sent, supports flexible addressing (to both normal phone numbers (MSISDN) and email accounts), Architecture which makes the user interface more friendly and allows greater control for operators. The MMS server, The MMS Center (MMS-C) is comprised of the MMS moreover, is responsible for the instant delivery of Server, the MMS Proxy-Relay and the MMS Store. MMS. Th

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T226 White Paper July 2003 (Rev C) Concatenated messages EMS (Enhanced A part of the EMS standard is the support for concatenated messages, which means that the phone is Messaging Service) able to automatically combine several messages both when creating and receiving EMS. This is useful to be able to build, and display, messages with rich content, since the amount of information in each SMS is limited Enhanced Messaging Service (EMS) adds new by the SMS standards. powerful functionality

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T226 White Paper July 2003 (Rev C) Notification Compatible with SMS standards The user typically receives a short message notifying Users will find EMS as easy to use as SMS. Over 15 them that they have a new message in their messaging billion SMS messages, are sent every month box, with icons or formatted text further enhancing the worldwide. Roughly 80% of this traffic is user-to-user, message. i.e. mobile phone users sending short messages to each other using the keypad of the phone to

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T226 White Paper July 2003 (Rev C) Using Web, WAP and SMS for download Internet access by a PC connected to a mobile phone using WAP, or even an SMS request interface. Already today services exist on the Internet where users can create melodies, view icons, pictures, and subscribe to entertainment and informations services. These may develop further in the future to support The diagram shows the possibilities for using Enhanced Messaging Service: - When the Operator/Service provider enables

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T226 White Paper July 2003 (Rev C) Support for cookies WAP services This version of WAP has support for cookies (client based), an application used by Web sites to store site- specific information in the browser between visits to the site. Cookies give the site owner a possibility to The T226 supports WAP 1.2.1 browser and protocol see when a person has visited their site. They also save stack, as well as WAP 2.0 browser (WML 1.3). WAP the user from having to enter the same information 2.0

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T226 White Paper July 2003 (Rev C) broad range of wireless networks. ing services, info services, push initiations. Existing services can be adapted to WAP. The GSM data access necessary binary encoding is handled by a WAP  Circuit connection of data calls, which means Gateway, allowing HTML-based services to be viewed that the phone is connected during the entire on the WAP browser of the T226. An XHTML page WAP session. can be viewed in both the WAP browser and in any  Pricing is comp

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T226 White Paper July 2003 (Rev C) Server authentication requires a server certificate Configuration of WAP settings stored at the server side and a trusted certificate stored An easy way to perform WAP configuration in the at the client side. T226 is to use the step-by-step WAP configurator available on http://www.SonyEricsson.com. The Client authentication requires a client certificate stored configurator utilizes OTA provisioning. at the client side and a trusted certificate stored at t

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T226 White Paper July 2003 (Rev C) of contacts, meeting requests etc. Mobile Internet  Smart card e-cash.  Interactive games. In the T226, the user selects whether to allow push messages or not. There are two different forms of Push The mobile Internet offers much more than mobile services: access to the Internet. It opens up a whole new range of situation-based services that give the user access to Service Indication (SI) personalized communications, information and An SI service sends

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T226 White Paper July 2003 (Rev C) General Packet Radio Services The introduction of GPRS (General Packet Radio Services) is one of the key steps in the evolution of today’s GSM networks for enhancing the capabilities of data communication. Data traffic is increasing enormously (over both wired and wireless networks), with the growth in demand for Internet access and services paralleling that for mobile communications. Users want access to the Internet while they are away from their off

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T226 White Paper July 2003 (Rev C) 1 GSM 9,600 bps 9,600/14,400 14,400, 19,200 or 28,800 bps (HSCSD) 9,600/14,400 9,600/14,400 9,050/13,400/ 15,600/21,400 2 GPRS 9,050, 13,400, 9,050/13,400/ 15,600, 18,100, 15,600/21,400 21,400, 26,800, 27,150, 31,200 9,050/13,400/ 15,600/21,400 40,200, 42,800, 46,800 or 64,200 bps 9,050/13,400/ 15,600/21,400 Figure 4 A comparison between GSM and GPRS 1. A normal GSM call uses only one of eight repeat- 2. In GPRS, data is sent in packets, with up to three


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