Sony Ericsson P990i user manual

User manual for the device Sony Ericsson P990i

Device: Sony Ericsson P990i
Size: 9,76 MB
Date of adding : 2013-03-25 14:02:58
Number of pages: 154
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P990i
User’s Guide
This is the Internet version of the user guide. © Print only for private use.

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Contents Text Entry ........................................................ 26 Welcome ........................................................ 9 Entering text with the flip closed..................... 26 Getting to know your phone...................... 10 Entering text with the flip open ....................... 28 Package............................................................ 10 Locks................................................................ 33 Overview..............................

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SMS.................................................................. 47 Subscribing to RSS feeds ................................. 69 MMS ................................................................ 47 Reading news items.......................................... 69 Email ................................................................ 48 Updating feeds ................................................. 70 More about Messaging..................................... 49 Settings..................

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Games .......................................................... 86 Connecting to other devices ...................... 97 Bluetooth wireless technology......................... 97 Quickoffice and Pdf+ ................................. 87 Infrared port..................................................... 98 Quickoffice ...................................................... 87 USB port .......................................................... 98 Pdf+...............................................

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Power save ..................................................... 126 Forward calls.................................................. 115 Flag Call ......................................................... 115 Screen saver ................................................... 126 Handsfree settings .......................................... 115 Sounds & alerts .............................................. 127 Reject with SMS ............................................ 116 Storage wizard..........

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Master reset.................................................... 133 Setup wizard .................................................. 134 Uninstall......................................................... 134 Troubleshooting........................................ 135 Important information............................. 136 Guidelines for safe and efficient use ........................................ 140 End User License Agreement ........................ 143 Limited Warranty......................

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™ ™ © ™ ™ ™ © Sony Ericsson P990i Microsoft Outlook, Visual Basic, Windows and PowerPoint are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft User’s Guide Corporation in the Unites States and/or other countries. This User’s Guide is published by Sony Ericsson Mobile Apple is a trademark of Apple Corporation, Inc. Communications AB, without any warranty. Improvements and Lotus Notes is a trademark of International Business Machines changes to this User’s Guide necessitated by typogra

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© Department's list of Specially Designated Nations or the U.S. Commerce Department's Table of Denial Orders. 3. Restricted Rights: Use, duplication or disclosure by the United States government is subject to the restrictions as set forth in the Rights in Technical Data and Computer Software Clauses in DFARS 252.227-7013(c) (1) (ii) and FAR 52.227-19(c) (2) as applicable. Copyright SyncML initiative Ltd. (1999-2002). All rights reserved. Portions of software © PacketVideo Corporation (USA

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Welcome Thank you for purchasing the Sony Ericsson P990i the • Web Guide – an up-to-date User’s Guide available on the Internet on www.sonyericsson.com/support. all-in-one entertainment phone and PDA. You can access this from your computer or the Before you start to use your new phone please read these browser on your phone. instructions carefully to enjoy maximum performance This icon indicates that the function is network- and a longer life service. or operator-dependent. The service may

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™ Getting to know your phone F. Strap Package G. Extra stylus A H. Memory Stick adapter M L I. Flip replacement cover B J. Flip replacement tool set K. CD with Sony Ericsson PC Suite (in the documentation package) L. Documentation package M. USB cable N. Memory Stick PRO Duo inserted in the Memory C K Stick slot. The Memory Stick contains Try and Buy I applications. D J If your package does not include all the listed items above, please contact your retailer. H Note: Before you can use your

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Overview I T I. Camera lens J A cover S K J. Camera lens H B R K. External L antenna connector Q M L. Loudspeaker C M. Photo light G N. Connector for P accessories and charger O. Microphone D F P. Key and touch screen lock slider O N E Q. Back button R. Jog Dial S. Media player button A. On/Off button T. Stylus B. Camera for video calls C. Screen D. Flip with keypad E. Camera button F. Slot for Memory Stick G. Internet button H. Infrared port P990i Getting to know your phone 11 This i

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Battery Before using your phone To open the battery cover press it slightly SIM card on its upper part and You receive your SIM slide it down the phone. card when you register Insert the battery and with a network close the cover. operator. The SIM Before you use the card keeps track of phone for the first time, your phone number, charge the battery for at the services included least 4 hours. When the in your subscription battery is new, or and phonebook completely discharged,

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Care instructions Turning the phone on and Please take care of your phone and follow these advice: off • Use a moist cloth when you clean the screen. • Only use the stylus provided to tap the screen. Normal operation • For detailed care instructions, see Recommendations for safe use of product (mobile phone, battery, When you turn the phone on you will be prompted to charger and other accessories) on page 140. choose between Phone On and Flight mode. For normal operation, choose Phone On. F

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When the flip is open, the large touch-screen is revealed Flip closed and the keyboard is available. To navigate menus and With the keypad flip closed, your phone can be used as lists, see Navigation on page 15. a conventional mobile phone, using the keypad to dial and the Jog Dial to navigate. See Navigation on page 15. Screen areas When the flip is open the screen is touch-sensitive. The Screen areas screen is divided into a number of areas that are used for When the flip is closed, the

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Closing the flip Importing phonebook Closing the flip while an application is running generally ends the application and saves the data. Exceptions, entries among others, are voice/video phone calls, data sessions You can import contact information in several ways: and multimedia applications, that will continue to run. • Copy phonebook entries stored on your SIM card. See Copying contacts to and from a SIM card on page 60. Flip removed • Transfer phonebook entries from a computer The fli

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Jog Dial Finding the applications Rotate the Jog Dial to scroll lists up and down, adjust Activity menu sound volume or move Up The Activity menu is displayed whenever you switch on through a multimedia your phone and is the starting point for performing a message. Press the Jog Dial variety of tasks whether you are working with the flip Inwards inwards to select a closed or flip open. The Activity menu is operator- highlighted item. dependent and is described in the Quick Guide. Down B

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Main menu You can find all the phone’s applications in the Main Messaging Radio menu, which can be shown either in a list or a grid view. Music Media player Video Applications are categorized under folders as shown in Online the following overview. Phone Call log Phone Video phone Speed contacts Calendar Camera Contacts Web RSS feeds Multimedia TM PlayNow Picture gallery Sound recorder TM MusicDJ QuadraPop Entertain- Vijay Singh Pro Golf 2005 Demo ment Quickoffice Pdf Notes Office Tasks Busine

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Using the applications Task manager Task manager helps you switch between applications. Starting an application Leaving an application via Task manager rather than You have the following options in the Main menu: closing it, lets you return to the same view when you • Flip open – rotate the Jog Dial to highlight an switch back to the application. This is useful, for application. Press the Jog Dial, or tap the application example, when cutting and pasting text from one icon/name, to start t

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Clear key Keypad and keyboard • Delete entered characters/digits one by one. • Press and hold to delete entered words one functions by one. • Delete an entry from, for example, Contacts Keypad functions or Calendar. Navigation key • Press and hold to mute the microphone during a call. Press the navigation key up, down, left or right to move in the required direction. Press for • Mute the ring signal during an incoming example right to open the right tab. Press the call. centre to perform t

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Numeric keys In standby view, if you press and hold any character key, to • Enter digits. the Contacts list will be displayed starting with the • Enter associated characters or perform corresponding character. associated functions. • Press and hold “1” from the standby view to initiate a call to voicemail. • Press and hold one of the keys 2 to 9 to open Contacts. 2 highlights the entry closest to “a” and 9 the entry closest to “w”. Keyboard functions With the flip open you can use some of t


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