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3 Contents OVERVIEW Introduction... 8 Getting to know your P P900 package... 9 P900 overview SIM card Battery Care instructions First time start-up Turning your P900 on and off Importing phone book entries Operational modes Flip closed mode Flip open mode Flip removed Screen areas Jog Dial Keypad functions Indicators and status bar icons Memory Stick Duo Connecting the accessories Services Applications - overview General functions Entering text P900 locks Phone Call handling with the Flip closed Call handling with the Flip open Handling two or more calls Call list and call log Hints and smart functions Preferences MEDIA CommuniCorder Recording video clips Taking pictures Camera settings Pictures and Image editor Pictures Image editor Video player Video clips Streaming Preferences
4 Music player Playing sound files Managing sound files Internet Using the browser view Using the bookmark view Preferences Games Chess Solitaire BUSINESS Messages Folders in Messages The accounts in Messages Handling text messages Handling multimedia messages Handling s More about messages Contacts Using Contacts with the Flip closed Using Contacts with the Flip open Creating and editing contacts Managing contacts Making an owner card Preferences Calendar Creating calendar entries Managing calendar entries Sending and receiving calendar entries Preferences Tasks Creating task entries Managing task entries Moving task entries Sending and receiving task entries Preferences Jotter Creating and editing notes Drawing pictures Managing notes Sending and receiving notes TOOLS Sound recorder Making sound recordings Using sound recordings as ring signals Sending sound recordings Calculator Time Setting time and date Specifying workdays
5 Setting locations Setting number formats Setting alarms Viewer Common viewer functions Viewing Word documents Viewing Excel spreadsheets Viewing PowerPoint presentations and PDFs File manager Online services ADVANCED FUNCTIONS PC Suite and multimedia for P PC Suite for P Multimedia for P Installing applications Installing applications on your P Removing applications from your P Connecting to other devices Connection via SyncStation Connection via Infrared port Connection via Bluetooth wireless technology Synchronization and backup Local synchronization Remote synchronization Backing up data Restoring data SETTINGS Personalizing your P Themes Changing your application shortcuts Setting a background picture Setting a screen saver Adding images to your Contacts Ring signals Alarm tones and sound notification Control panel The Device tab Application shortcuts Display Flight mode International Locks Sounds and alerts Text input Themes Time & date User greeting The Connections tab Bluetooth Cable
6 GSM Networks Infrared Internet accounts Messaging accounts WAP accounts The Other tab Certificate manager Flip removed Format disk IP security manager Language selection Master reset Secure tokens Storage manager WIM PIN settings Getting started with Internet and Messages Introduction Automatically set up service provider and messaging Manually set up service provider Manually set up Messages Setting up WAP accounts Using your P900 as a modem GPRS - connection information REFERENCE Troubleshooting Guidelines for safe and efficient use Limited warranty FCC Statement Environmental information Declaration of Conformity Terms and definitions Technical data Index
7 Sony Ericsson P900 User Guide Second edition (September 2003) This User Guide is published by Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications AB, without any warranty. Improvements and changes to this User Guide necessitated by typographical errors, inaccuracies of current information, or improvements to programs and/or equipment, may be made by Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications AB at any time and without notice. Such changes will, however, be incorporated into new editions of this User Guide. Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications AB, All rights reserved. Publication number: EN/LZT R1B The Bluetooth word mark and logos are owned by the Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by Sony Ericsson is under license. This product contain QuickView Plus and Outside In which are Stellent Chicago Inc. All rights reserved. QuickView Plus and Outside In are trademarks or registered trademarks of Stellent Chicago Inc. Symbian and all Symbian-based marks and logos are trademarks of Symbian Limited. Memory Stick Duo is a trademark of Sony, its parent and/or its affiliates. Beatnik is a trademark of Beatnik, Inc. Java and all Java-based trademarks and logos are trademarks or registered trademarks of Sun Microsystems, Inc. in the U.S. and other countries. Other product and company names mentioned herein may be the trademarks of their respective owners. Copyright SyncML initiative Ltd. ( ). All rights reserved. Portions of software PacketVideo Corporation (USA) 1999, PacketVideo, pvplayer and the PacketVideo logo are trademarks of PacketVideo Corporation. All rights reserved. This product contains software copyright Beatnik, Inc End-user license agreement for Sun Java J2ME : 1. Restrictions: Software is confidential copyrighted information of Sun and title to all copies is retained by Sun and/or its licensors. Customer shall not modify, decompile, disassemble, decrypt, extract, or otherwise reverse engineer Software. Software may not be leased, assigned, or sublicensed, in whole or in part. 2. Export Regulations: Software, including technical data, is subject to U.S. export control laws, including the U.S. Export Administration Act and its associated regulations, and may be subject to export or import regulations in other countries. The Customer agrees to comply strictly with all such regulations and acknowledges that it has the responsibility to obtain licenses to export, re-export, or import Software. Software may not be downloaded, or otherwise exported or re-exported (i) into, or to a national or resident of, Cuba, Iraq, Iran, North Korea, Libya, Sudan, Syria (as such listing may be revised from time to time) or any country to which the U.S. has embargoed goods; or (ii) to anyone on the U.S. Treasury 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 (c) (1) (ii) and FAR (c) (2) as applicable. Any rights not expressly granted herein are reserved. Note Some of the services in this User Guide are not supported by all networks. This also applies to the GSM International Emergency Number 112. Please contact your network operator or service provider if you are in doubt whether you can use a particular service or not. Important Your mobile phone has the capability to load, store and forward additional content, e.g. ring tone melodies. The use of such content may be restricted or prohibited by rights of third parties, including but not limited to restriction under applicable copyright laws. You, and not Sony Ericsson, are entirely responsible for additional content that you download to or forward from your mobile phone. Prior to your use of any additional content, please verify that your intended use is properly licensed or is otherwise authorised. Sony Ericsson does not guarantee the accuracy, integrity or quality of any additional content or any other third-party content. Under no circumstances will Sony Ericsson be liable in any way for your improper use of additional content or other third party content. 7
8 OVERVIEW Introduction For ease of reference the Getting to know your P900 chapter gives a quick overview of the main functions of the phone, shortcuts and general information. Your P900 combines advanced business and entertainment features in one intuitive device. Its integrated camera lets you take pictures and record video wherever you are and use them in a wide range of applications. The pictures can be used in the Picture Phone Book, where they can be used to identify callers. MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service) allows you to send and receive messages that include pictures, sound, text and voice notes. The P900 features advanced entertainment functionality that offers high quality MP3 music and widescreen format video clips and 3D games. New content can be downloaded quickly and easily from Internet sites or transferred to the phone via Bluetooth Wireless Technology, an infrared port or a cable. Extra memory is available through Memory Stick Duo, which also serves as a convenient way to exchange content and applications such as Java games. The P900 can be used as a corporate phone with Ericsson MD110 and Business Phone exchanges. The P900 also contains an organizer, which includes contacts, a calendar, notes and , all of which can be quickly and efficiently synchronized with a PC. The application supports attachments. Viewers let you read documents in various formats such as Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint. The complete P900 documentation consists of the following parts: Quick Guide User Guide Instruction for removing the Flip Help texts in the P900 Complementary information on the Internet, refer to Information on the PC Suite for P900 CD 8 Introduction
9 Getting to know your P900 P900 package F B G J A D K L E H C M P900 A P900 with stylus B Battery C Travel charger D SyncStation E Stereo headset F Protective bag and strap G Extra stylus H Cover and tool set - Flip replacement J Memory Stick Duo K Memory Stick Duo adapter L User documentation package M 2 CDs, PC Suite for P900 and Multimedia for P900 Note The design of the charger will differ depending on the market. Note If your package does not include all the listed items above, please contact your retailer. Note Before you can use your P900 you need to insert the SIM card, and insert and charge the battery. Always detach the charger before you insert or remove the SIM card. Getting to know your P900 9
10 P900 overview A D E F A F B C G B D G H I C E A B C D E F G Indicator light for Bluetooth wireless technology (blue) Screen Flip (in open position) Indicator light for network and battery (green/red) CommuniCorder activation and shutter release Internet button for activation of the browser Slot for Sony Memory Stick Duo A B C D E F G H I Stylus External antenna connector CommuniCorder Battery compartment Connector for accessories and charger Connector for stereo headset Jog Dial Infrared port On/Off button 10 Getting to know your P900
11 SIM card When you register as a subscriber with a network operator, you receive a SIM (Subscriber Identity Module) card. The SIM card contains a computer chip that keeps track of your phone number, the services included in your subscription and your phone book information, among other things. A PIN (Personal Identity Number) code is supplied with the SIM card from your operator and must be entered when switching on your P900. Open the battery cover and insert the SIM card as shown in the picture. Some subscriptions are limited to call only predefined numbers, so-called Fixed Dialling Numbers (FDN). To avoid problems when travelling abroad, these predefined numbers should be defined as international numbers starting with +, for example In order to speed up calling while at home, the same numbers can also be added in the national number format, for example For more information. see Copying contacts to and from the SIM card on page 101. Battery Before you use your P900 for the first time, charge the battery provided for at least 4 hours. Use the supplied charger. See Charging the battery on page 12. Insertion and removal To insert the battery 1. Ensure that the Flip is closed. 2. Remove the battery cover by sliding it downwards. 3. Place the battery in the battery compartment and close the cover. To remove the battery 1. Ensure that your P900 is turned off. Note It is important that you always turn off your P900 before removing the battery. Failure to do so can result in loss of information. 2. Remove the battery cover by sliding it downwards. 3. Use your fingernail at the lower left-hand edge of the battery to gently lift the lower edge of the battery outwards. 4. Take out the battery. Getting to know your P900 11
12 Charging the battery When the battery needs to be charged, a beep is heard. The indicator light (on the top of your P900) flashes red and a battery low message appears on the screen. The battery can be charged whenever you want. The P900 performance is not affected. However, using your P900 while charging increases the charging time. To charge the battery The P900 can be charged either when it is switched on or off. 1. Make sure the battery is inserted in your P900 and the cover is closed. 2. Connect the charger to the P900 at the base of the phone by the flash symbol. The charger plug flash symbol must face upwards. 3. Connect the charger to the mains. Charging is indicated by the battery meter on the screen pulsing continuously, and the indicator at the top of the P900 showing a steady red light (or green, if the P900 is switched on). See also Battery Use and Care on page 176. Tip You can also use other battery chargers that have been supplied with other Sony Ericsson mobile phones using the same connector plug, for example, T68i or T300. Note When the battery is completely discharged, or new, it may take up to 30 minutes before the battery charging icon appears on the screen. 4. Wait approximately 4 hours or until the battery meter on the screen is full and the indicator on the top of the P900 shows a steady green light. 5. Remove the charger by tilting the plug upwards. Care instructions Your P900 is a highly sophisticated electronic device. To get the most out of it, please make sure that you follow this advice: Keep the P900 in its protective bag when not using it. Use a commercial glass screen cleaner sprayed on a cloth, when you clean the screen. Use only the stylus provided to tap the screen. 12 Getting to know your P900
13 First time start-up Please read Guidelines for safe and efficient use on page 175 before you start using your P900. When you start your P900 for the first time 1. Press the On/Off button to turn on your P900, keeping the Flip closed. The language selection dialogue opens. 2. Select one of the languages from the list. Read more about selecting a language in Language selection on page When you have selected a language, the phone turns off. 4. Open the Flip. Press the On/Off button again. The Setup Wizard starts automatically and guides you through the essential settings. These include time and date settings, and information on the Jog Dial, text entry, and status bar. Follow the instructions on the screen. 5. The Power menu opens. Select Phone on. 6. Enter your PIN when the dialogue box appears and press. Press to delete a digit. Turning your P900 on and off By default the Power menu prompts you to choose normal operation or Flight mode each time you press the On/Off button. These settings can be turned off. See To use the Power menu on page 48. In Flight mode the phone and Bluetooth functions are switched off, but you can still use the other functions. Set your P900 in Flight mode where the use of mobile phones is not allowed. You can also use Flight mode if you want to use the other functions but do not want incoming calls. Importing phone book entries You may want to import existing contact information from another mobile phone to your P900. You can do this in several ways: Beam the phone book entries from the other phone by infrared or Bluetooth wireless technology and save the set to Contacts. See Creating and editing contacts on page 98. Synchronize the SIM and the internal memory on the other phone with one of the PC PIM applications supported by your P900. Then you can synchronize this information with Contacts. Note When you synchronize Contacts with your PC PIM application, the SIM information will not be synchronized. You might get two versions of the same contact. See Synchronization and backup on page 133. Phone book entries stored on your SIM card are accessible through Contacts. Select SIM in the folders menu to the right in the menu bar to see the list of entries in your SIM phone book. These entries can be imported to Contacts. See Copying contacts to and from the SIM card on page 101. Getting to know your P900 13
14 Operational modes The P900 works in different operational modes: Flip closed With the keypad Flip closed, the P900 can be used like a conventional mobile phone using the keypad to dial and the Jog Dial to navigate. For more information please see Jog Dial on page 18 and Keypad functions on page 19. You can open the Flip at any time to continue working. Many more functions are available when the Flip is open. Flip open When the Flip is opened, the large touch-screen is revealed. You use the stylus to tap the screen to navigate and enter data. There is also a handwriting recognition feature, so that you can use the stylus to write on the screen. The Jog Dial provides further navigation and selection capability. Closing the Flip generally ends an activity and saves the data. Multimedia phone calls and data sessions will, however, continue. Flip removed The Flip can also be removed, which makes the organizer applications easier to access. When the Flip is removed, the P900 works in Flip open operational mode. Note Turn off the P900 before you remove the flip to avoid to damage your phone. 14 Getting to know your P900
15 Flip closed mode C B A Sony Ericsson 11:20am 21/06/2004 Call list D E Applications 1 CommuniCorder 2 Music player 3 Messages 4 Contacts 5 Calendar 6 Tasks 7 Jotter 8 Sound recorder Applications CommuniCorder Music player Messages Contacts Calendar Tasks Jotter 8 Sound recorder 9 Connections OK C OK C A Shortcut to the Messages application B Shortcut to the Contacts application C Shortcut to the Call list application D Shortcut to the Calendar application E Shows all applications available in Flip closed mode Standby view The standby view shows shortcuts to the most commonly used applications. Choose which shortcuts you want to use in standby. See Personalizing your P900 on page 137. Selecting and starting applications Rotate the Jog Dial to select an application. Press the Jog Dial or to start the application. Tip When view is selected, it is also possible to start an application by pressing its specific number. Closing applications The current application automatically closes and the data is saved when you return to the standby view or switch to another application. To return to standby, press and hold or press the Jog Dial backwards. Options menu Press or press the Jog Dial forwards to open the standby options menu to get access to keylock, battery status, missed calls and more. Getting to know your P900 15
16 Flip open mode B A C Applications Edit All CommuniCorder Pictures Video Music player Internet Messages Contacts Phone Calendar Tasks Jotter Control panel Calculator D E F CommuniCorder Pictures Video Music player Internet Messages Contacts Phone Calendar Tasks Jotter Control panel Calculator Sound recorder Time Viewer File manager Remote Sync i Online services Demo GPRS data log Chess Solitaire A Shortcut to the Messages application B Shortcut to the Contacts application C Shortcut to the Phone application D Shortcut to the Calendar application E Shortcut to the Internet application F Shows all applications available in Flip open mode You can change the shortcuts A-E. See Changing your application shortcuts on page 137. Navigation When the Flip is open, the application shortcut icons shown in the Flip closed mode move to the top row in the Flip open screen. You navigate by using the stylus and tapping selected items and by using the Jog Dial, see Jog Dial on page 18. Flip removed You can use your P900 without the physical Flip. When the Flip is removed, the P900 works in Flip open mode. To remove and attach the Flip, refer to the separate instructions. Note Please note that Sony Ericsson does not accept any liability for lost parts or product defects resulting from any disassembly or modification of the product. 16 Getting to know your P900
17 Virtual flip When the virtual flip is enabled, is shown on the status bar when the virtual flip is open. Select to close the virtual flip. When the virtual flip is closed, the virtual flip keypad is shown. Select to open the virtual flip. You must activate the virtual flip, when you have removed the Flip keypad, by tapping the Enable virtual flip checkbox in Control Panel > Device > Flip removed. Screen areas When the Flip is closed, you use the keyboard and the Jog Dial. When the Flip is open the screen is touch-sensitive. The screen is divided into a number of areas: see the figure and table below. E F C B 11:03 John Smith (h) End call A B C D E Internet Chat Edit Edit Sony Ericsson Sony Ericsson P900 Item Description A Application picker B Menu bar C Application area D Button bar E Status bar F Title bar Displays six icons for quick and easy access to the most common applications. These can be customized. Usually contains two menus on the left, and a folder menu on the right. The two left-hand menus contain: the application menu, whose name is always the same as the application. It contains the system services used by most applications, such as Find, Send as, and Delete. the edit menus contain editing items such as Cut, Copy, Paste, Zoom, Preferences and Help. In Flip open, the menu bar shows the function of the key. Applications use this central area of the screen to display the essential information. Many of the built-in applications are based on two standard view layouts: a list view and a detail view. An application view displays a button bar that contains useful controls and shortcuts. Not all application views require a button bar. Displays device status information such as: signal strength, battery and device information, settings for sounds and time, on-screen keyboard, as well as temporary indicators such as missed calls and unread messages. Displays the name of the active application. Getting to know your P900 17
18 Jog Dial Action Rotate the Jog Dial (up) Rotate the Jog Dial (down) Press the Jog Dial (inwards) Press the Jog Dial (backwards) Press the Jog Dial (forwards) Function Scrolls items in a list up / to the left, increases volume during a call, moves back a page when playing a multimedia message. Scrolls items in a list down / to the right, decreases volume during a call, moves forward a page when playing a multimedia message. Selects a highlighted item, dials selected phone numbers. Generally the same action as in Flip closed. Goes back to the previous screen, dismisses dialogues, and sends a busy signal to the calling party when you receive a call. It will not end a call. Always the same action as in Flip closed and in Flip open. Flip closed: brings up the Options menu. Press and hold takes you to the Applications list. Flip open: toggles the Application, Edit and Category menus. Press and hold takes you to the Application launcher. Up Down Inward Backward Forward 18 Getting to know your P900
19 Keypad functions Key Function OK Enter selected function, indicated on the display above the key. BACK Return to previous menu. Reject an incoming call. Press and hold to return to Standby. CLEAR Delete entered characters/digits from the screen one by one. Press and hold to delete an entire row of entered characters/digits. Delete an entry from Contacts, Calendar, Tasks, Sound Recorder, and Messages. Press and hold to disconnect the microphone (mute function) when a call is in progress. Mute the ring signal during an incoming call. Pause/play the medody when the Music player is open. Press and hold to put the P900 into silent mode, when in the standby view. OPTIONS Open the menu with different options for different applications. Press and hold to open Applications. Key Function STAR Enter the character *. Press and hold to enter a p (pause) character. Press to switch between different input modes (Abc, ). This is useful when writing SMS or similar texts. Press and hold to change between T9 and multitap. HASH Enter the character #. Press and hold to see a list with special characters. Terminate the input of PIN and security codes. Retrieve a phone number from the SIM card phone book. Enter the number of the memory position and then press. - NUMERIC KEYS Enter the digits 0 to 9. Enter associated characters or perform associated functions. See Shortcuts on page 40. Press and hold digits 1 to 9 to open Contacts. Getting to know your P900 19
20 Indicators and status bar icons These icons appear in the Flip closed standby screen or in the status bar when the Flip is open. When the Flip is open, you can often tap the icons to get more detailed information or start an application. Icon Function Signal strength, GPRS status Icon Function SMS notification MMS notification notification SMS overflow Time Battery strength Bluetooth on Bluetooth discoverable Infrared on GPRS active GPRS data transfer in progress Ongoing data call Ongoing call Missed call Divert all calls notification Time, alarm set Key lock Magic word Keyboard Multimedia volume Speakerphone Muted microphone Silent mode Home network Voic notification Calls screened 20 Getting to know your P900
21 Memory Stick Duo The Memory Stick Duo provides a convenient way of increasing the storage space in your P900. You can save still images, video clips, music, and voice recordings as well as computer data and applications on a Memory Stick Duo and use it to store or transfer the contents for many different purposes. These include: Storing backup copies of important files. Storing media for personalizing your P900. Storing media for use when composing MMS messages. Storing installation files for new applications. Transferring data between the P900 and a PC or Mac. Providing storage for third-party applications. To insert the Memory Stick Duo 1. Open the cover for the Memory Stick Duo slot. 2. Insert the Memory Stick Duo in the slot, with the connector side towards the back (see picture). Make sure it is securely inserted. A click should be heard. Note Insert the Memory Stick Duo correctly to avoid damage to your P900 or the Memory Stick Duo. SONY 8MB Memory Stick Duo The Memory Stick Duo supplied with the P900 may or may not be a version that contains the lock function. Remember, you can overwrite existing files without the lock function. To remove the Memory Stick Duo Press the edge of the Memory Stick Duo using your fingernail or the stylus to release it. You hear a click as it jumps out of the slot. Note Be careful when removing the Memory Stick Duo to avoid dropping it. Renaming a Memory Stick Duo You can rename a Memory Stick Duo to give it a name that is meaningful to you. The name you set will be shown in the divider between internal and external storage in the folder menu. See Folders on page 27. There are two ways to rename a Memory Stick Duo: Select Control Panel > Other > Format disk and tap Rename. See Format disk on page 160. Select File manager > File > Format disk and tap Rename. Renaming will not erase any data. Copying and moving data For information on how to copy and move data to and from the Memory Stick Duo, refer to Folders on page 27. Getting to know your P900 21
22 Formatting a Memory Stick Duo If you need to reformat a Memory Stick Duo, select Control Panel > Other > Format disk, or select File manager > File > Format disk. When you format a disk, you delete all the information on it, including any applications that you may have installed. Sharing data with other devices Your P900 uses the shorter memory stick variant, Memory Stick Duo. Memory Stick Duo Adapter Use the Memory Stick Duo adapter when using your Memory Stick Duo in a device equipped with a regular sized Memory Stick, for example a personal computer. Insert your Memory Stick Duo according to the picture on the adapter. Warning! Do not insert a Memory Stick Duo adapter without a Memory Stick Duo into a Memory Stick slot. This may damage the product. Always insert the adapter in the slot with the connector end (marked with a triangle) first. Compatibility The P900 defines its own folder structure on a Memory Stick. Each application has its own set of folders. A folder created in one application is not visible in another. Other devices must access the same folder structure to interact with the P900 files. If you are using a PC, this is easily done by browsing to the required folder on the Memory Stick. Memory Stick enabled devices which do not allow you to browse and manage a folder structure may not be able to share data directly with the applications in your P900 (for example, Memory Stick enabled digital cameras). However, the File Manager can access these files and move them into the correct folders for use by the applications. When your P900 is connected to your PC, you also have access to the P900 folder structure as well as other Memory Stick Duo content in My P900. Personal computer support Both PCs and Apple computers may be enabled for Memory Stick use via built-in Memory Stick slots, Floppy Disk adapters, PC card adapters, and Memory Stick enabled mouses. (Memory Stick Duo Adapter required.) For more information about Sony Memory Stick, visit 22 Getting to know your P900
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