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1 V660 Dual-Mode Phone Quick Start Guide Version /2007 Edition 1 Copyright All rights reserved

2 1 Overview Your V660 provides standard cellphone functions, and adds WiFi connectivity. In the figure below, the dashed line shows your V660 (A) calling a phone (B) over the regular phone network (PSTN, or Public Switched Telephone Network). The solid line shows the V660 connecting to a wireless access point (C) on your computer network to send and receive , browse the Web, and make voice calls over the Internet (VoIP). This Quick Start Guide covers the following: Physical Features. See page 3. Preparing Your Phone. See page 4. 1

3 Using the LCD Screen. See page 10. Making Cellular Phonecalls. See page 12. Connecting to a Wireless Access Point. See page 13. Making Internet Phonecalls. See page 16. Using the Camera. See page 19. Installing a Memory Card. See page 20. Locking and Unlocking the Phone. See page 21. 2

4 2 Physical Features 3

5 The following table describes some of the keys you use in this Quick Start Guide. LABEL Left and Right Softkeys Navigator Home Back Start End/Power Alphanumeric Keypad DESCRIPTION The functions of these keys depend on the screen currently displayed on the LCD. A word displayed above a softkey indicates its current function. Use this to move around the V660 s screens. Click the navigator (press it in) to select the highlighted function. Press this to return to the Home page at any time (see page 10). Press this to return to the previous screen, or delete a character when entering data. After you enter or select a phone number, press this to start the call. Press this for several seconds to turn the V660 on or off. Press this once when a call is in progress to end the call. Use these keys to enter numbers and letters. 3 Preparing Your Phone This section shows you how to: 4

6 Install the included battery. Install a SIM (Subscriber Identity Module) card. Charge the V660 s battery. WARNING: NEVER expose the battery to high temperatures (such as fire or prolonged direct sunlight), short-circuit it or open the battery s casing. This could cause the battery to ignite or explode. WARNING: DANGER OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK. Remove the battery or battery cover only when the V660 is turned off and the charger/usb cable is unplugged. 5

7 3.1 Installing the Battery and a SIM Card This section describes how to install the battery that came with your V660, and how to install a SIM (Subscriber Identity Module) card. A SIM card allows you to make and receive cellphone calls with the V660. If you do not want to install a SIM card now, you can still use the V660 s other features once the battery is installed. Fully charge the battery before you first use the V660. This may take 8 to 10 hours. When you first charge the battery, use the included charger and NOT the USB cable. The power supplied from a computer s USB port is not enough to fully charge the battery. Use the charger instead of the USB cable whenever possible. 1 Remove the V660 s battery cover. Press the grooved area at the top of the cover, slide the cover downwards (towards the V660 s base) and lift it off. 2 Install a SIM (Subscriber Identity Module) card. If you do not want to install a SIM card now, skip to step 3. 6

8 The V660 s SIM card slot is located inside the battery hatch. Slide the SIM card into the receptacle as shown, so that the card s contacts (the metal areas) are touching the V660 s contacts. 3 Remove any packaging material from the battery. Insert the top end of the battery into the battery hatch so that its contacts (the metal areas) are touching the V660 s contacts. Ensure that the + and - symbols on the battery line up with those on the V660. 7

9 4 Press the battery s bottom end down until it clicks into place. Do not force the battery into place. If it does not fit in the battery hatch, it is wrongly aligned. 5 Replace the battery cover. To remove the battery, insert a fingernail under the small lip at the bottom of the battery, press the battery forwards (towards the V660 s top) and lift it out. 3.2 Charging the Battery The V660 uses a rechargeable lithium (Li-ion) battery. Charge the battery using the included charger or the USB cable to connect to a computer (see your User s Guide). Both cables connect to the V660 s USB/Recharge port. 8

10 WARNING: Use only the charger that came with your V660. Using a different type of charger might damage the V660 or its battery. Do the following to recharge the V660 s battery using the included charger: 1 Insert the USB end of the charger cable into the USB/ Recharge port. 2 Connect the charger s plug to a power socket. Turn the power on. 3 The Operation LED comes on after a few seconds. 4 If the V660 is turned off, the LCD screen shows a battery icon and then goes blank. If it is turned on, a icon appears at the top of the screen. If the Operation LED does not come on, check your connections and ensure the power supply is switched on. If the problem persists, you may have a faulty cable. Contact your vendor. 9

11 4 Using the LCD Screen Turn the V660 on by pressing the End/Power key for a few seconds. When you first turn the V660 on, it prompts you to enter some basic information. Once you have done this, the Home screen displays as shown. Go back to this screen at any time by pressing the Home ( ) key. If the screen stays dark when you try to turn on the V660, ensure that the battery is charged. See section 3.2 on page 8. 10

12 The Status Bar displays information about your V660. The following table describes common status bar icons. ICON DESCRIPTION This shows the signal strength of the cellular phone network connection (when a SIM card is installed). This shows the battery level. The battery is almost empty. The battery is missing or faulty. The battery is recharging. The wireless LAN connection is up. A VoIP account is successfully registered. The GPRS service is available. GPRS (General Packet Radio Service) uses the cellphone network for Internet access. You have a new text message. You have a new voic message There is no SIM card installed. The installed SIM card is faulty. Use the Shortcut Bar to jump to the V660 s main feature screens (Internet Explorer, Windows Media Player, the Microsoft Network, and messaging, etc.) Use the navigator to move around the Shortcut Bar. The Display Area shows information related to the V660 s current function (the Web site you are browsing, details of the current call, etc.) 11

13 Use the Left and Right Softkeys to perform the functions shown in the Softkey Functions section. 5 Making Cellular Phonecalls Take the following steps to make a phonecall over the regular GSM cellphone network. 1 If you did not already install a SIM card, do so now (see section 3.1). Turn on the V When the main screen displays, check that your phone service provider s network name and a icon display. If the name of your cellphone network does not display in the Home screen, reinstall the SIM card and check its contacts are free of dirt and corrosion. If you still cannot see the network name, you may be out of its coverage area. 3 Enter the number you want to call and press the Start key. 4 When you want to end the call, press the End key. 12

14 If you cannot make a cellular phonecall, ensure that your V660 has a cellular signal (look at the Status Bar). If the V660 has a signal but you still cannot make a call, contact your cellular service provider. 6 Connecting to a Wireless Access Point When you are connected to a wireless Access Point (AP) with Internet access, you can make VoIP calls (if you have an active SIP account), browse the Web and send and receive . Do the following to connect to an AP. 1 From the Home screen, click Start > Settings > WiFi > Connections. 13

15 2 Press New. The following screen appears. Enter the AP s information exactly as it was given to you. The following table describes how to fill in the fields. FIELD Name ESSID Security MAC DESCRIPTION Enter a name for this connection. This name appears in the Home page when the connection is on. You can choose any name, as this does not affect network settings. This is the Network Name. Enter the access point s ESSID. Select the type of wireless security the access point uses, and enter your security information in the fields that appear. Leave this field at its default. This is the Media Access Control address of your V660. All networking devices have a MAC address, which uniquely identifies them. 14

16 FIELD DHCP IP Submask Gateway Preferred/ Alternate DNS server V660 Quick Start Guide DESCRIPTION Select this if you were not given an IP address to use. When this is selected, your V660 gets its IP address automatically. When it is not selected, you have to enter your IP settings manually. If you select this, leave all the following fields in this screen blank unless you have a specific reason to do otherwise. If you were given an IP address to use, enter it here. If you do this, ensure DHCP is not selected. Enter the subnet mask associated with the IP address above. Enter the IP address of your network gateway. Enter the details of your Domain Name Servers here. If you have only one DNS server address, enter it in the Preferred DNS Server field. 3 Click Done to return to the previous page. Select the new profile and press Menu. Select Default to always use this profile first. 4 Return to the Home screen (press the Home button). The LCD screen displays WiFi: Connecting... while it searches for the AP, then displays the wireless network s ESSID (network name) when it is successfully connected. 15

17 If you cannot connect to a wireless LAN, check that you entered the AP s settings correctly. The V660 and the AP must use exactly the same security settings. Turn the V660 off and on. Check that the AP is on. If the problem persists, you may be out of the AP s coverage area. 7 Making Internet Phonecalls VoIP (Voice over IP) allows you to make phonecalls over the Internet. SIP is the protocol the V660 uses to make VoIP calls. Before you can use the V660 to make VoIP calls, you need: An active account with VoIP service provider that uses SIP. A wireless connection between the V660 and an Access Point (AP). See section 6 for more information. Do the following to set up your VoIP account on the V From the Home screen, click Start > Settings > WiFi > SIP Phone. 16

18 2 Press New. The following screen appears. Enter your account information exactly as it was given to you. If you were not given information for some of the fields in this screen, leave them at their default settings. The following table describes how to fill in the fields in this screen. FIELD Name SIP Phone Account User Name DESCRIPTION Enter a name for this SIP phone account. This name appears in the SIP Phone page. You can choose any name. Enter your account information in this section. This is the user name for this SIP account. 17

19 FIELD Authentication Name Password User ID Registrar server Port Proxy server Port SIP Service Lookup Codec Setting Advanced Setting STUN setting DESCRIPTION This is your SIP account number. For example, if you have a SIP account like your SIP account number is This is the password for this SIP account. If you have an alias or secondary name for this account, enter it here. Otherwise, leave it blank. Enter the IP address of the SIP server for this account. If you have more than one server s address, enter the registrar server s address. Enter the listening port of the SIP server. If you were given information on a SIP proxy to use, enter its details here. Enter the listening port of the SIP proxy server. Select this if you want the V660 to automatically check which calling features your account supports. Leave the fields in these sections at their default settings unless you have a specific reason to do otherwise. 18

20 3 When you have finished, press Apply, then press the Home key. The V660 tries to register with the SIP server. When the SIP account is successfully registered, a icon displays at the top of the screen. 4 To make a VoIP call, press the # key before you dial the number. For example, if you want to dial the phone number using your VoIP account instead of the cellular network, dial # If you cannot make a VoIP call, ensure you entered your SIP Phone settings correctly. Go to the Home screen and check your wireless LAN connection is working (if it is not working, WiFi: Unavailable displays). Try using the VoIP account from another phone, and/or try calling a different phone number. If the problem persists, contact your VoIP service provider. 8 Using the Camera To use camera, press the Camera button on the side of the V660. The viewfinder window appears. To take a picture, press the Camera key again, or press Capture. 19

21 To look at the pictures stored on the V660, press Menu > Album. Select a picture and press View. To delete a picture stored on the V660, press Menu > Album. Select the picture to delete and press Menu > Delete. 9 Installing a Memory Card Use a T-Flash (also known as Trans-Flash or microsd) memory card if you want to increase your V660 s storage capacity for pictures, movies, sound clips, and so on. You can also store data on the memory card, remove it from the V660, and read the data on another compatible device. To install a memory card, locate the T-Flash port on the left side of the V660. Lift the protective cover and insert the card with the contacts (the metal areas) facing up. To remove a memory card, turn the V660 off and lift the T- Flash port s cover. Press the release lever (use a pencil or other slim object if necessary) to push the card out of the port. Removing the T-Flash memory card while the V660 is turned on could damage the data on the card. Turn the V660 off first. 20

22 10 Locking and Unlocking the Phone You can lock the V660 when you are not using it. The V660 has two kinds of lock: 1 Key Lock. This prevents accidental calls by turning off the keypad. Anyone can unlock and use the V660. To turn the key lock on: go to the Home screen (see section 4), then press and hold the Home key for a few seconds. To turn the key lock off: press the Left Softkey (Unlock displays on the LCD screen when the V660 is locked). Then, press the asterisk ( ) key. 2 Device Lock. This not only locks the keypad but also requires a password to unlock the phone. Only people who know the password can use the V660. If you forget the Device Lock password, you cannot use the V660. If this happens, contact your vendor. To configure the device lock password: go to the Home screen (see section 4), then press Start > Settings > More > Security > Device Lock. If you already set up a password, you are asked to enter it before you can make changes. To turn the device lock on: go to the Home screen (see section 4), then press and hold the Up key for a couple 21

23 of seconds. The Quick List screen displays. Select Device Lock. The device lock also turns on automatically if you do not use the phone for the length of time you set in the Device Lock settings screen. To turn the device lock off: press the Left Soft Key (Unlock displays above it when the V660 is locked). Then, enter the device lock password and press Done. If you have to enter a password to use your SIM card (the SIM PIN), remember that it is different from the device lock password. Viewing a Product s Certification(s) 1 Go to 2 Select your product from the drop-down list box on the ZyXEL home page to go to that product's page. 3 Select the certification you wish to view from this page. 22

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