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USER
GUIDE
SONIM
ENDURO
English2
Copyright © 2013 Sonim Technologies, Inc.
SONIM and the Sonim logo are trademarks of Sonim
Technologies, Inc. Other company and product names
may be trademarks or registered trademarks of the
respective owners with whom they are associated.
Disposal of Old Electrical and Electronic Equipment
The symbol of the crossed-out wheeled
bin indicates that within the countries in
the European Union, this product, and any
enhancements marked with this symbol,
can not be disposed as unsorted waste
but must be taken to separate collection at
their end- of-life.
Disposal of Battery
Please check local regulations for disposal
of batteries. The battery should never be
placed in municipal waste. Use a battery
disposal facility if available.
Guideline for Headphone and Earphone
To prevent possible hearing damage,
please do not listen at high volume levels
for long periods.3
Contents
General Information——————5
RF Exposure Information (SAR)
General Information——————6
Phone Models Covered
Network Services
Sonim Support Information
Use the Guide Effectively
Your Safety Guidelines——————8
Battery Performance
Battery Replacement
Avoid Short Circuit
Avoid High Temperatures
Battery Disposal
Personal Medical Devices
Child Safety
Emergency Calls
SAR Information
Getting Started——————13
Getting Started
Battery Usage
Inserting the Battery
Removing the Battery
Charging the Battery
Phone Activation
Switching On
Home Screen
Key Shortcuts in Home Screen
Keypad Functions
Your Sonim Enduro Phone——————23
Your Sonim Enduro Phone
Home Screen Indicators
Main Menu
Open Flip State
Close Flip State
Display Indicators
Managing Your Phone——————27
Manage Your Phone
Display Settings
Tone settings
Date and Time
Shortcuts
Call Settings
Phone Settings
Connecting to Hearing Aid
Bluetooth Settings
Security
Network Services
Restore Factory Settings
Phone Details
Managing Calls——————32
Managing Calls
Dial a Number
Dial an International Number
Dial a Number via Contacts
Dial a Number via the Call History
Managing Call History
Call Timers
Any key Answer
Auto Redial
Speed Dial
Auto-Service Update
International Prefix
Data Calls
Call Summary
In-Call Timer
Message Response
Receive a Call
Managing Contacts——————35
Managing Contacts
Add a New Contact
View the Contact Details4
Sending a Message from Contacts
Dialing a Number from Contacts
Edit the Contact Details
Delete Contact
Sending Contact
Selecting Multiple Contacts
Caller Groups
Phonebook Settings
Delete all Contacts
Searching Contacts
Managing Messages——————38
Messages
CMAS Alerts
Message Settings
SMS Settings
MMS Settings
Write Message
Configuring E-mail Accounts
Managing Email Box
Managing Email Messages
Write Email
Manage Message Folders
Inbox
Drafts
Outbox
Sent Messages
Deleting Messages
Voice Mail
Text Input Mode
Profiles
Managing Your Files——————47
Managing Your Files
Calendar——————50
Calendar
Tools——————51
Tools
Alarm
Notes
To-do List
Calculator
Stopwatch
Unit Converter
Applications——————53
WAP Browser——————54
Browser
Managing Connectivity——————55
Managing Connectivity
Sending Data via Bluetooth
Receiving Data via Bluetooth
USB Function
Camera——————58
Camera
Camera Options
Entertainment——————59
Entertainment
Voice Recorder
Video Recorder
FM Radio
Micro SD Card——————62
Micro SD (Secure Digital) Card
Inserting Micro SD Card into the Phone
PC- TOOLS——————63
PC-Tools
Using PC-Tools with Enduro Phone
End User License Agreement——————64
Limited 2 Year Warranty
Our Warranty
What We Will Do
Phone Care
Conditions
Accessories
FCC Statement
Index——————68
Contents5
The antenna(s) used for this transmitter must not be
co-located or operating in conjunction with any other
antenna or transmitter.
The country code selection is for non-US model
only and is not available to all US model. Per
FCC regulation, all WiFi product marketed in US
must be fixed to US operation channels only.
RF Exposure Information (SAR)
This device meets the government’s requirements
for exposure to radio waves. This device is designed
and manufactured not to exceed the emission limits
for exposure to radio frequency (RF) energy set by
the Federal Communications Commission of the U.S.
Government.
The exposure standard for wireless device employs a
unit of measurement known as the Specific Absorption
Rate, or SAR. The SAR limit set by the FCC is 1.6W/
kg. *Tests for SAR are conducted using standard
operating positions accepted by the FCC with the device
transmitting at its highest certified power level in all
tested frequency bands. Although the SAR is determined
at the highest certified power level, the actual SAR level
of the device while operating can be well below the
maximum value. This is because the device is designed
to operate at multiple power levels so as to use only
the poser required to reach the network. In general, the
closer you are to a wireless base station antenna, the
lower the power output.
The highest SAR value for the model device as reported
to the FCC when tested for use at the ear is 0.38 W/
kg and when worn on the body, as described in this
user guide, is 0.56 W/kg (Body-worn measurements
differ among device models, depending upon available
accessories and FCC requirements.)
While there may be differences between the SAR levels of
various devices and at various positions, they all meet the
government requirement.
The FCC has granted an Equipment Authorization for
this model device with all reported SAR levels evaluated
as in compliance with the FCC RF exposure guidelines.
SAR information on this model device is on file with the
FCC and can be found under the Display Grant section
of www.fcc.gov/oet/ea/fccid after searching on FCC ID:
WYPC21F007AC.
For body worn operation, this device has been tested
and meets the FCC RF exposure guidelines for use with
an accessory that contains no metal and be positioned
a minimum of 1.5 cm from the body. Use of other
accessories may not ensure compliance with FCC RF
exposure guidelines. If you do not use a body-worn
accessory and are not holding the device at the ear,
position the handset a minimum of 20 cm from your body
when the device is switched on.
General Information6
Congratulations on the purchase of a Sonim Enduro
mobile phone. This phone is a CDMA enabled handset
with dual-band capabilities and has an intuitive, feature-
rich user interface, which allows you to make the best
use of the offered functions.
Phone Models Covered
This user guide covers Sonim ENDURO phone model:
Sonim XP4400-A-R1. This model utilizes the following RF
bands: CDMA 850/1900 MHz bands.
The model name can be read on the phone label under
the battery.
Network Services
These are additional services that you can avail through
your network service provider. To make the best of these
services, you must subscribe to them through your
service provider and obtain instructions for their use from
your service provider.
Sonim Support Information
For additional product and support information,
visit www.sonimtech.com.
Use the Guide Effectively
Familiarize yourself with the terminology and symbols
used in the guide to help you use your phone effectively.
HOME SCREEN This is the screen displayed when
the phone is in idle condition.
PRESS Means to press and release a key
immediately.
SELECT Means to either press the Left
or Right Selection Key to apply
the command indicated at the
bottom of the screen. The Center
navigation key can also be used
to select highlighted options.
PRESS & HOLD Means to press and hold a key
for 2 seconds before releasing
the key. This action is typically
used when trying to switch on/off
the phone or when using shortcut
keys to access specific functions.
MENU OPTIONS Press Options to display menu
options on the screen. The
selection keys are used to
accomplish the indicated option.
SELECT MENU Means to press the Middle
Selection Key to select the
Menu option or press the Menu
key (centre) for the same result.
A MENU ITEM
SUFFIXED WITH
THREE DOTS (…)
Means more options are available
but only one has been mentioned
in the guide.
Signifies a Note.
General Information7
Options Commonly Used across Menu Items
The following are common actions used across various
menu items:
BACK Displays the previous screen. Use the
Right Selection Key to perform this
function.
CLEAR Deletes data character by character.
Use the Right Selection Key to perform
this function.
OK Confirms an action. Use the Middle
Selection Key to perform this function.
CLEAR KEY Use this key to delete the text.
BACK KEY Use this key to display the previous
screen.
General Information8
Please read and understand the following safety guidelines before you use the phone. These guidelines provide details
to enable you to operate your phone safely and conform to any legal requirements regarding the use of cellular phones.
Do not to use the phone at a refuelling point. Observe restrictions when using radio equipment at
fuel depots, chemical plants or where blasting operations are in progress.
Electrical interference may obstruct the use of your phone. Observe restrictions in hospitals and
near medical equipment.
Switch off your cellular phone when in an aircraft. Wireless phones can cause interference or danger
to an aircraft. In an aircraft, the phone can be used in flight mode.
Do not expose the battery to high temperatures (in excess of 60°C).
Adhere to road safety laws. Do not hold/use a phone while you are driving; find a safe place to stop
first. Do not speak into a hands-free microphone while you are driving.
Avoid using the phone in close proximity to personal medical devices, such as pacemakers and
hearing aids.
Use only Sonim Enduro approved charging equipment to charge your phone and avoid damage to
your phone.
The symbol of the crossed-out wheeled bin indicates that this product, and any enhancements
marked with this symbol, can not be disposed as unsorted waste but must be taken to separate
collection at their end-of-life.
Your Safety Guidelines9
Ensure that only qualified personnel install or repair your phone.
The Sonim Enduro is water-proof and can be submerged to 2 metres for 30 minutes.
• Ensure to properly close the rubber cover of the charging connector and audio connector, to
avoid deposits of water drops on these connectors, when the phone is immersed in water.
• Water droplets may condense under the display cover if the phone is immersed in water
with significant drop in temperature. This does not indicate water leakage. The droplets will
disappear at room temperature.
The Sonim Enduro is dust-resistant, rugged and shock-resistant. However, it is not dust-proof
or unbreakable if subjected to overwhelming impact. For best results and long product life, one
should protect the Sonim Enduro from salt water, dust and strong impacts.
Make back-up copies of important information stored in your phone or maintain a written record.
Your Safety Guidelines10
Battery Performance
A rechargeable battery powers your device. Use the
battery only for its intended purpose. Never use any
charger or battery that is damaged. If the battery is
completely discharged, it may take a few minutes before
the charging indicator appears on the display or before
any calls can be made. The full performance of a new
battery is achieved only after three to four complete
charge and discharge cycles. The battery can be charged
and discharged hundreds of times but it will eventually
wear out. Unplug the charger from the electrical plug and
the device when not in use. Ensure that you do not leave
the fully charged battery connected to a charger. If left
unused, a fully charged battery will lose its charge over
time.
Battery Replacement
When the talk and standby times are noticeably shorter
than normal, replace the battery with an original Sonim
battery. If a replacement battery is being used for the first
time or if the battery has not been used for a prolonged
period, it may be necessary to connect the charger and
then disconnect and reconnect it to begin charging the
battery.
Avoid Short Circuit
Do not short-circuit the battery. An accidental short-
circuit can occur when a metallic object such as a coin,
clip, or pen causes direct connection of the positive (+)
and negative (-) terminals of the battery. (These look
like metal strips on the battery.) This might happen, for
example, when you carry a spare battery in your pocket
or purse. A short-circuit at the terminals may damage the
battery or the connecting object.
Avoid High Temperatures
If you leave the battery in hot or cold places, such as
in a closed car in summer or winter conditions, it will
reduce the capacity and lifetime of the battery. For best
results, try to keep the battery between -20°C and +55°C
(-4°F and 131°F). A device with a hot or cold battery
may not work temporarily, even when the battery is fully
charged. Battery performance is particularly limited in
temperatures well below freezing.
Battery Disposal
Do not dispose off batteries in a fire as they may explode.
Batteries may also explode if damaged. Dispose of
batteries according to local regulations and recycle when
possible. Do not dispose as household waste. Do not
dismantle, open or shred cells or batteries. In the event of
a battery leak, do not allow the liquid to come in contact
with the skin or eyes. In the event of leak or a hazard
seek medical help immediately.
Personal Medical Devices
Mobile phones may affect the operation of cardiac
pacemakers and other implanted equipment. Please
avoid placing the mobile phone over the pacemaker, for
example in your breast pocket. When using the mobile
phone, place it at the ear opposite the pacemaker. If a
minimum distance of 15 cm (6 inches) is kept between
the mobile phone and the pacemaker, the risk of
interference is limited. If you suspect that interference
is taking place, immediately turn off your mobile phone.
Contact your cardiologist for more information. For
other medical devices, consult your physician and the
manufacturer of the device. Comply with instructions to
switch off the device or deactivate the RF transmitter
Your Safety Guidelines11
Your Safety Guidelines
When required, especially when posted in hospitals and
aeroplanes. Equipment used in these places may be
sensitive to radio waves emitted from the device and
adversely affect their operation. Also, observe restrictions
at gas stations or other areas with flammable atmosphere
or when close to electro-explosive devices.
Child Safety
Do not allow children to play with your mobile phone or
its accessories. Keep it out of their reach. They could
hurt themselves or others, or could accidentally damage
the mobile phone or accessories. Your mobile phone and
its accessories may contain small parts, which could be
detached and create a choking hazard.
Emergency Calls
Mobile phones operate using radio signals, which cannot
guarantee connection under all conditions. Therefore
you should never rely solely upon any mobile phone for
essential communications (e.g. medical emergencies).
Emergency calls may not be possible in all areas, on all
cellular networks, or when certain network services and/
or mobile phone features are in use. Check with your
local service provider.
SAR Information
The Sonim Enduro has been certified in compliance
with the Government’s requirements for exposure to
Radio Waves.
When communicating over the wireless network, the
mobile phone emits via the radio frequency waves low
levels of radio energy. The Specific Absorption Rate, or
SAR, is the amount of RF energy absorbed by the body
while using the phone and is expressed in watts/kilogram
(W/kg).
Governments around the world have adopted
comprehensive international safety guidelines, developed
by scientific organizations, for example, ICNIRP
(International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation
Protection) and IEEE (The Institute of Electrical and
Electronics Engineers Inc.). These guidelines establish
permitted levels of radio wave exposure for the general
population.
Tests for SAR are conducted using standardized methods
with the phone transmitting at its highest certified power
level in all used frequency bands.
SAR Data Information for residents in the United
States and Canada.
In the United States and Canada, the SAR limit for
mobile phones used by the public is 1.6 watts/kilogram
averaged over one gram of tissue. The standard
incorporates a margin of safety to give additional
protection for the public and to account for any variations
in measurements.
Before a phone model is available for sale to the public
in the US, it must be tested and certified by the Federal
Communications Commission (FCC) that it does not
exceed the limit established by the government-adopted
requirement for safe exposure. The tests are performed
in positions and locations (that is, by the ear and worn on
the body) as required by the FCC for each model.
The highest SAR value for the Sonim XP4400-A-R1
phone when tested by Sonim for use:
• By the ear is 0.38 W/kg (1 g).
• Worn on the body is 0.56 W/kg (1 g).
For body-worn operation, this phone meets FCC RF 12
Your Safety Guidelines
exposure guidelines provided that it is used with a non-
metallic accessory with the handset at least 1.5 cm from
the body, or with the original Sonim accessory intended
for this phone and worn on the body. Use of other
accessories may not ensure compliance with FCC RF
exposure guidelines.
HAC Rating
The FCC has created a rating system for cellular phones
regarding their HAC-related performance. This rating
helps consumers with hearing disabilities to find phones
that will work well with their hearing aid devices. The
HAC rating and measurement procedure are described
in the American National Standards Institute (ANSI)
C63.19:2007.
ANSI C63.19 contains two rating standards: an “M” rating
from 1 to 4 for hearing aids operating in microphone
mode, and a “T” rating from 1 to 4 for hearing aids
operating in telecoil mode.
M-Rating stands for Microphone rating and indicates
the amount of reduction of RF interference between the
telephone and the hearing aid in acoustic coupling mode
(also called microphone mode).
Phones rated M3 or M4 meet FCC requirements and
generate less interference to hearing devices set in
microphone mode.T-Rating stands for Telecoil rating and
represents inductive coupling with hearing aids that are
operating in telecoil mode. A telecoil is a small piece of
tightly wrapped wire, built into some hearing aids. While
the microphone of a hearing aid picks up all sounds, the
telecoil will only pick up an electromagnetic signal from
the telephone. Thus, users of telecoil-equipped hearing
aids are able to communicate over the telephone without
the amplification of unwanted background noise.
Phones rated T3 or T4 meet FCC requirements and
generate less interference to hearing devices set in
telecoil mode.
A combination of M-rating and T-rating defines the
final HAC rating and is a deciding factor in selecting
cellular phones for people with hearing problems. A HAC
compliant phone could be rated:
• M3/T3
• M3/T4
• M4/T3
• M4/T4
These ratings assist hearing device users to find
phones that are compatible with their hearing devices.
Ratings are shown on the phone’s box or label. The
ratings are not guaranteed for suitability. The results
vary depending on the individual’s hearing loss and the
immunity characteristics of the used hearing device, i.e.
its resistance to interference. The best way to evaluate
the suitability of the phone is to try it with the intended
hearing aid device.
Sonim XP4400-A-R1 has been tested for hearing aid
device compatibility and complies with the Federal
Communications Commission (FCC) requirements. Sonim
XP4400-A-R1 is rated M3/T4.13
Getting Started
Getting Started
This section provides information on using your Sonim
Enduro phone.
The list of items in the Sonim Enduro phone box are:
• Quick Start Guide
• Registration Card
• Welcome Letter
• Screwdriver
• USB Cable
• Charger
Battery Usage
• Use only a Sonim Enduro certified battery that is
designed for this phone model.
• The use of other batteries may void the warranty
terms of your phone and cause damage.
• It is recommended to protect the battery from
extreme temperature environments and moisture.
• Please keep the battery out of the reach of children.
Inserting the Battery
1 Unscrew Cover
To open the battery cover,
rotate the battery cover screw
in clockwise direction.
2 Lift Cover
Lift the flap that covers the
battery.
3 Insert Micro SD Card
(Optional). Slide and lift the
silver clip over the designated
slot located below the battery.
Place the SD card in the
designated slot and close the
silver clip.
4 Insert Battery
Insert the battery. Close the
battery cover. Rotate the
battery cover screw in a
clockwise direction.14
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4 Close Cover
Close the battery cover. Rotate the
battery cover screws in clockwise
direction. You can use the screwdriver
provided to tighten the screws. Ensure
not to overtighten the screws.
Removing the Battery
Follow steps 1 and 2 of “Inserting the Battery” on page 13.
To remove the battery, lift the cover behind the phone and
raise the upper end of the battery from the slot.
The battery can now be removed.
Follow step 4 of “Inserting the Battery” on page 13 to close
the cover.
Charging the Battery
The battery delivered with your mobile phone is not fully
charged. We recommend that you charge your mobile for
5 hours before you use your mobile phone for the first
time.
The phone with a fully charged battery can
remain in the standby mode for a duration of
up to 313 hours. If the battery is completely
out of charge, it can take several minutes for
the charging icon to appear when the charger
is connected.
1 Insert Charger
Insert the charger plug into a power
outlet.
2 Connect to Phone
The charger port is located on
the left side of the phone. To
access the charger port, lift the
cover with the USB sign. Insert the
micro USB jack/connector of the
charger to the port.
Alternatively, you can use the
standard USB cable and adaptor
to charge the phone battery. Insert
the adaptor to the power supply.
Connect one end of the standard micro USB cable
to the adaptor and the other end of the micro USB
cable to the Phone.
3 Charging Animation
If the battery is being charged when
the phone is switched off,only the
battery icon is displayed (as shown
in the adjacent figure). 15
Getting Started
4 Charging Icon
If the battery is being charged while
the phone is switched on, you will notice
that the bars in the battery charge icon
(visible on the home screen) show movement
indicating that the battery is being charged.
After the phone is fully charged, the battery
bars on the display stop scrolling. You can
disconnect the charger from the phone.
CAUTION: There is a risk of explosion while
charging if the battery has been replaced by an
incorrect type.
Phone Activation
Contact the service provider to activate your Sonim
Enduro phone.16
Parts of the Sonim ENDURO Phone
The Sonim Enduro keypad has 11 function keys
and 12 alphanumeric keys. The left side of
the phone has one key and the right side
of the phone has three keys.
Getting Started
Ear piece
Function keys
Headset port
Charger/USB port
Alphanumeric keys
Microphone
Display screen – Flip
close position
Display screen – Flip
open position
Loudspeaker17
Getting Started
Parts of the Sonim Enduro Phone
Torch
Battery cover
screws
Battery cover
Volume keys – adjust the volume for voice
call/ringtone/music
Torch (press
and hold)
Press for
Camera
Headset port
Charger/
USB
port
Browser
Camera18
Sonim ENDURO Keypad
The following figure identifies different keys
in the phone key pad.
Getting Started
Menu key
Navigation arrow keys
(Up/Down/Left/Right)
Right Selection Key (RSK)
Power On/Off/End call
Back Key
Left Selection Key (LSK)
Call/Accept/Send
Clear Key
Press and hold to
activate silent mode
Press and hold to display + (before
dialing an international number)19
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Switching On
Press and Hold the Power ON/OFF key to Power On the
phone.
When the phone is switched on, it tries to register with
the network. After successful registration, the name of
the service provider is displayed.
Home Screen
In the home screen, basic information such as service
provider details, date and time, battery charge status,
and Data service connectivity are displayed when the
phone is in standby mode. Indicators for other services
like alarm and Bluetooth are displayed, when the feature
is activated.
1. BATTERY
CHARGE
INDICATOR
2. ANNUCIATOR
BAR/STATUS BAR
3. SERVICE
PROVIDER
4. RSK COMMAND
5. LSK COMMAND
6. DATE AND DAY
7. TIME
8. SIGNAL
STRENGTH
INDICATOR
Key Shortcuts in Home Screen
The following can be accessed from the home screen.
Press To Access
Menu Key Main Menu
Left Selection Key Main Menu
Right Selection Key Contacts
Call/Accept/Send Key All Calls List
Back Key Previous menu
Clear Key Clear the text/number entry
on the screen
Up Arrow Calendar
Down Arrow Contacts
Right Arrow Write message
Left Arrow FM Radio
The four functions that are performed using
the arrow keys are set as factory defaults,
however they can be changed. Open the
phone. Select Menu > Settings > Shortcuts.
Select the required arrow key and select
Change.
1
2
3
5
4
8
7
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Keypad Functions
The following table displays the various keys and the corresponding functions they perform:
Keypad key Operations
POWER ON/OFF/END CALL
• Press to end a call.
• Press and hold to switch on or switch off the mobile phone.
• Press when in Menu or Edit modes to return to Standby mode.
• Press to reject an incoming call.
• Press and hold to end Music player and Radio when Music player and Radio
are On.
CALL/ACCEPT/SEND
• Press to answer an incoming call.
• After entering a phone number, press to make a call.
• Press while in Standby mode to access All calls list.
• Press to send a message or an e-mail.
LSK/RSK
These keys are present immediately below the display screen.
• Press the Left Selection Key (LSK) or Right Selection Key (RSK) to select the
function indicated at the bottom of the screen. The indicated functions can
vary according to different program definitions.
• Press LSK to access the main menu in standby mode.
• Press RSK to access the Contacts in standby mode.
CLEAR (C)
This key is present below the LSK key.
• Press this key to delete the text, while editing a message
BACK
This key is present below the RSK key. Press this key to display the previous
screen.21
Getting Started
Keypad key Operations
MENU KEY (CENTRE)
Present at the centre of the navigation keys.
• Press while in standby mode to enter the main menu.
• Press when required to be used as a toggle key to select or clear a check box.
• Press to perform similar tasks as the Left Selection Key.
• Press to select the OK command.
NAVIGATION KEYS
The Left and Right Selection Keys and Power On/Off keys surround this key group.
There are arrows on the key that denote the direction to scroll for information
displayed on the screen.
UP/DOWN
Press to move the cursor up or down in the text editor.
• Press to view the pages in the text editor.
• Press to browse menus/lists at the same level.
• Press to browse the main menu.
LEFT/RIGHT
Press to navigate between tabs.
• Press to move the cursor left or right in the text editor.
• Press to browse the main menu.
• Press to view the previous or next picture when previewing pictures.
ALPHA-NUMERIC KEYS
• Press the required keys to enter the desired phone number and press to
make a call. Alternatively, enter the number and select Options > Call to dial
the number.
• Press and hold any numeric key to access the shortcut assigned, while in
standby mode.
• Enter text while in the text editor.22
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• Press and hold in standby mode to access your Voice mail.
• When entering text, press to enter space.
Keypad key Operations
Press and hold to display ‘+’ used for dialing an international number, while in
standby mode.
• When entering text, press to display special characters, for example, period,
comma, and so on.
• Press and hold to activate Silent mode.
• When entering text, press to switch between lower case, upper case or initial
caps characters.
• Press and hold to access text editor settings.23
Your Sonim Enduro Phone
Your Sonim Enduro Phone
Sonim Enduro phone is a flip type semi rugged IP54
phone with a single LCD screen. The graphic field of the
screen is 240 (W) and 320 (H) pixels. The TFT technology
used displays 262K colours.
Home Screen Indicators
The home screen indicators are visible when the phone
is in standby mode. Some icons indicate the status of
certain functionalities of the phone, for example, the
battery charge indicator, the network status indicator, the
date and time etc. Some icons are displayed only if the
specific service is activated.
Main Menu
To access the phone menu, press the Menu key. The
main menu which comprises the following 12 items
appears.
1. CALL HISTORY
2. SETTINGS
3. MY FILES
4. PHONEBOOK
5. MESSAGES
6. CAMERA
7. TOOLS
8. ENTERTAINMENT
9. MUSIC PLAYER
10. PROFILES
11. BROWSER
12. CALENDAR
1 2 3
4
9
5
7
8
12 10 11
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Your Sonim Enduro Phone
Open Flip State
When you open the flip, the display screen in the flip will
be blank. You can operate the phone only in open flip
state.
Close Flip State
If you close flip the screen will be lit for a preset time. The
current time and the current active status bar icons will
be displayed. By default the flip will be lit of 5 seconds.
You can select Menu > Settings > Display > Backlight
timeout (Lid) > Customize. Press the Menu key to
confirm the changes.
Display Indicators
The following table describes the display indicators on
the top bar of the home screen in the Sonim Enduro
phone.
Display
Indicators
Name Description
Battery
Three clear bars
indicate maximum
battery charge. Opaque
bars indicate decline in
battery charge.
Vibration
Indicates that Vibration
is On.
Unread
Message
Indicates that there are
unread messages in
the inbox.
Urgent SMS
Indicates the SMS
message sent with
Urgent priority.
Urgent
CMAS
Indicates the CMAS
message sent with
Urgent priority
Unread MMS
Indicates that there are
unread MMS messages
in the inbox.
PUSH
Indicates that there are
unread Push messages
Alarm Clock
Indicates that the alarm
clock has been set.
Bluetooth
Connec-
tivity
Indicates that bluetooth
is active.
Voice
Message
Indicates a new voice
message.
Bluetooth
CarKit/
Headset
Connec-
tivity
Indicates that your
device is paired
and connected to a
carkit or headset with
bluetooth connectivity.
Wired
Headset
Indicates that a wired
headset is connected.25
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1X
Indicates the signal
strength when
registered to 1X
network.
3G
Indicates the signal
strength when
registered to EVDO
network.
USB
Indicates that the
phone is connected
to the computer using
USB connection
Data Call
Indicates that a data
call is established.
Indicates that the data
call is inactive
HAC
Indicates that Hearing
Aid Compatibility (HAC)
is active and the HAC
features are available.
Silent
Indicates that the
phone is in Silent
mode.
Outdoor
Indicates that the
phone is in outdoor
mode.
Flight
Indicates that the
phone is in Flight
mode.
Roaming
Indicates that the
phone is in a roaming
network.
The following table describes the display indicators on
the call screen in the Sonim Enduro phone:
Display
indicators
Name Description
Active Call Indicates an active
call.
Mute Indicates that you
can mute the call, if
required.
Call on Mute Indicates a call on
mute.
Loud
speaker
Indicates if
loudspeaker is
activated during a call.
The following table describes the display indicators on
the home screen in the Sonim Enduro phone:
Display
Indicators
Name Description
Incoming
Call
Indicates an incoming
call.26
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Outgoing
Call
Indicates an outgoing
call.
Missed Call
Indicates a missed
call.27
Managing Your Phone
Manage Your Phone
Display Settings
You can activate and modify the display settings. Open
the phone. Select Menu > Settings > Display.
1. Wallpaper: Set the background screen display using
the embedded pictures available in your phone or
from your own pictures that you have downloaded
on to your phone or Micro SD card. The selected
wallpaper is displayed on the home screen.
2. Screen saver: Activate the screen saver to appear
on the idle screen. User can select the screensaver
image.
3. Screen save mode: Set the phone idle time to
Activate Screen Saver if the phone is idle for specfic
time.
4. Backlight level: Select the brightness level for the
backlight of the screen.
5. Backlight time-out (Main): The phone screen
display is active for the set time period.
6. Backlight time-out (Lid): The flip screen display is
active for the set time period.
Tone settings
You can set the tone for incoming calls, messages, and
keypad. Open the phone. Select Menu > Settings >
Tone settings.
1. Incoming call alert: You can set the alert type
for incoming calls. You can select Off, ringing,
ascending, ring once or beep once.
2. Ring tone: You can set the tone for incoming calls.
You can download and store ring tones
over Bluetooth or WAP . These ring tones
will be stored in My files . The supported
ringtone formats are MIDI, MP3, WAV,
AAC and AMR.
3. Ring volume: You can set the volume for ringtone.
4. Vibrating alert : You can enable or disable vibrating
alerts for incoming calls.
5. Message alert tone: You can set the alert type to
pre-defined alert tone, or tones from My files folder
or silent, for incoming messages.
6. Keypad tones:You can set the volume of the
keypad tone.
7. Application tones : You can enable or disable
audible tones when applications are running.
8. Alert for: You can set the alert type for incoming
calls for all calls or a specific group . You can select
Off, ringing, ascending, ring once or beep once.
Date and Time
You can set and display the date and time on the phone.
You can also select the display format.
To set the Date and Time, Open the phone. Select Menu
> Settings > Date and time > Date & time settings.
The date and time cannot be manually
changed if Auto-update is enabled.
To set the Date and Time format, select Menu > Settings 28
Managing Your Phone
> Date and time > Date and time format.
The date formats supported are DD-MM-
YYYY, DD-MM-YY, MM-DD-YYYY, MM-DD-
YY, YYYY-MM-DD, YY-MM-DD. You can use
., /, – or blank space separators. The time
formats supported are 24 Hr and 12 Hr.
Auto-update of time: This feature allows the phone to
automatically synchronize the time to the network time.
Please note that this feature has to be supported by the
network.
Shortcuts
Shortcuts are the navigation keys that can be set for
specific functions. To assign specific function to the keys,
Open the phone. Select Menu > Settings > Shortcuts >
Select a key > Change. You can also change the specific
function previously assigned to the key.
Call Settings
You can change incoming and outgoing call settings. For
more information refer to .
Phone Settings
You can set the general phone settings for easy access.
Language
You can change the phone’s interaction language by
selecting your preferred language. For example, open
the phone. Select Menu > Settings > Phone settings
> Language > English to display all menu items, user
feedback messages and text entry language in English.
Memory Status
You can view the memory used for storing my files,
messages, application and tools. Open the phone. Select
Menu > Settings > Phone settings > Memory status.
The memory usage of phone memory and SD card is
displayed.
DTMF Tones
You can set the DTMF Tone Type and Tone length. Open
the phone. Select Menu > Settings > Phone settings >
DTMF Tones.
Startup Tone
You can enable or disable the pre-defined startup tone.
Open the phone. Select Menu > Settings > Phone
settings > Start-up tone.
Switch Off Tone
You can enable or disable the pre-defined power off tone.
Open the phone. Select Menu > Settings > Phone
settings > Switch off tone.
Welcome Note
You can display customized welcome note whenever the
phone is powered On. Open the phone. Select Menu >
Settings > Phone settings > Welcome note.
Connecting to Hearing Aid29
Managing Your Phone
To enable coupling with a hearing aid device operating
in telecoil/microphone mode, select Menu > Settings
> Phone settings > Hearing aid > On. Once HAC is
enabled, the HAC symbol is displayed in the indicator
bar. Select Off to disable this feature.
For more information about HAC rating refer to
HAC Rating.
HAC Settings
To enable coupling with a hearing aid device operating in
telecoil mode, open the phone. Select Menu > Settings
> Phone Settings > Hearing Aid > On. Once HAC is
enabled, the HAC symbol is displayed on the Home
screen. Select Off to disable this feature.
Menu > Settings > Phone Settings > Hearing Aid >
Off is also the setting providing acoustics coupling with
hearing aid device operating in microphone mode.
While using the mobile phone for voice calls
with hearing aid, slightly adjust the position
of the phone against the ear to reduce the
interference and to give better voice quality.
Hearing Aid Coupling
To enable coupling with a hearing aid device operating in
telecoil/microphone mode, Open the phone and select
Menu > Settings > Phone settings > Hearing aid > On.
Once HAC is enabled, the HAC symbol is displayed in
the indicator bar. Select Off to disable this feature.
While using the mobile phone for voice calls
with hearing aid, slightly adjust the position
of the phone against the ear to reduce the
interference and to give better voice quality.
Data Charge Alert
To enable or disable airtime charge alerts during Web
browsing, select Menu > Settings > Phone settings >
Data charge alert > Enable. Select Disable to disable
this alert.
Bluetooth Settings
You can change change the Bluetooth settings for
a secure connection. For more information refer to
.
Security
To prevent unauthorised use of your phone, you can
enable the following security settings.
To change the security settings, open the phone. Select
Menu > Settings > Security. Enter the lock code and
select OK.
The default lock code is last 4 digits of your
MDN number.
Change Lock Code
This function enables you to change the phone lock
code,
1. Open the phone.30
Managing Your Phone
2. Select Menu > Settings > Security > Change lock
code.
3. Enter the new lock code and select OK.
Call Restrictions
This function enables you to avoid receiving unnecessary
calls. To configure call restrictions,
1. Open the phone.
2. Select Menu > Settings > Security > Call
restrictions.
3. Select Restrict sent Calls to block outgoing calls to
the numbers added to the blocked Numbers, or to
enable outgoing calls only to the numbers included
in the allowed Numbers.
4. Select Restrict received Calls to block incoming
calls from the numbers added to the blocked
Numbers, or to enable incoming calls only to the
numbers included in the allowed Numbers.
Phone lock
In the phone lock mode, the phone can be unlocked only
by entering a password. To enable phone lock password,
1. Open the phone.
2. Select Menu > Settings > Security > Phone lock.
3. Select one of the following options:
Options Description
Off Disables phone lock
Options Description
Lock now Locks the phone immediatly.
On power-
up
Locks the phone when the phone
is powered On.
Voice Privacy
This function enables you to encrypt voice channel. To
configure voice privacy,
1. Open the phone.
2. Select Menu > Settings > Security > Voice
privacy.
3. Select ON/OFF to enable or disable voice privacy.
Network Selection
To modify the network access settings, select Menu >
Settings > Network. The following network settings are
displayed:
• Set mode: You can set the network to
• Home only: The phone will be connected to
the network only in the home only in the Home
network.
• Automatic: Select Automatic to set the phone
to automatically select a cellular network
available in your area.
• Roaming: You have to set the network
manually in roaming network.
• Roaming ringtone: Set the ringtone for incoming
calls in roaming network.31
Managing Your Phone
Network Services
Call Forwarding
You can forward your incoming calls to a number in
the Contacts or a new number, provided your network
operator supports this service. To access call forward
settings, select Menu > Settings > Network serv. >
Call forwarding. The Call forward options are mentioned
below:
Options Function
All voice
calls
Forward all incoming calls to a pre-
designated number. When All calls
forward is enabled, the icon is
displayed at the top of the screen
when the phone is in standby mode.
Forward if
busy
Forward calls when your phone is
busy.
Forward if
no answer
Forward calls when you do not answer
incoming calls.
Forward if
out of reach
Forward calls when your phone is
switched off or is out of coverage area.
Cancel all
forwards
Deactivates the call forward option.
Call Waiting
When call waiting is enabled and the phone is in
conversation, the incoming number is displayed when
you receive a call.
1. To enable this feature, select Menu > Settings >
Network serv. > Call waiting > Activate.
2. To cancel this feature, select Menu > Settings >
Network serv. > Call waiting > Cancel. You will
not be prompted when you receive an incoming call
while your phone is busy. The caller will receive a
busy signal.
Restore Factory Settings
To restore factory settings, open the phone. Select
Restore settings only.
To restore factory settings and delete personal data
present in your phone, select Restore all.
If you select Restore all, you cannot retrieve
the personal data and the phone will restart
automatically.
Phone Details
Select to view the user information such as phone
number and mobile identification number, and software
and hardware version details.32
Managing Calls
Managing Calls
This section provides information on managing calls.
Dial a Number
1. Open the phone.
2. Use the numeric keys to enter the number and press
.
3. Alternatively you can enter the desired phone
number and select Options > Call.
Dial an International Number
Open the phone. Press and hold the numeric key 0 till
the + symbol is displayed. Enter the Country code, Area
code (without preceding 0) and the phone number and
press or select Options > Call.
Dial a Number via Contacts
You can dial a number directly from the Contacts.
To Locate a Phone Number
1. Open the phone.
2. On the home screen, select Contacts. Scroll to the
phone number.
3. Press to dial the number OR press Center key to
make a call.
4. Press or select Options > End call to disconnect.
Dial a Number via the Call History
The Call history comprises separate lists for Call log,
Missed calls, Dialled and Received calls.
1. Open the phone.
2. To access the Call history, press OR select
Menu > Call history. All the available call history is
displayed.
3. Select a list, scroll to the number and press to
dial the number.
Managing Call History
You can view the details related to a specific dialed,
received or missed call or perform tasks, based on the
following options:
• Time of call : You can view the details of the call
such as the number, call time and date, and call
timer.
• Send message: You can send an SMS or MMS
to the number. Enter the SMS or MMS and select
Options to view the SMS options and send it
accordingly.
• Edit number: You can edit the number before
dialing. You can also save the number to the
phonebook.
• Save: You can save the number in phonebook (if
it is not saved). This option is displayed only if the
number is not saved.
• Add to contact: You can add the number to an
existing contact in the phonebook. This option is
displayed only if the number is not saved.
• Delete: You can delete the number from the Call
history.33
Managing Calls
• Call: You can call the selected contact.
Call Timers
• To view the total time spent on the last call, select
Menu > Call history > Call timers > Last call.
• To view the total time spent on outgoing calls, select
Menu > Call history > Call timers > Dialed calls.
• To view the total time spent on incoming calls, select
Menu > Call history > Call timers > Received
calls.
• To view the total time spent on both incoming and
outgoing calls, select Menu > Call history > Call
timers > All calls.
• To view the total time spent on both incoming and
outgoing calls connected till the current date, select
Menu > Call history > Call timers > Life timer.
• To reset the time of all calls, select Menu > Call
history > Call timers > Clear timers. Enter the
phone lock code as the password to delete the call
timer.
You cannot reset life timer, if this option
is enabled.
Any key Answer
When enabled, you can press any key except to
answer a call.
To activate this feature, open the phone. Select Menu >
Settings > Call settings > Anykey Answer > On.
Long pressing (press and hold) the Power
on/off key during a call will switch off the
phone.
Auto Redial
When auto redial is enabled, your phone will
automatically redial within a set interval, if a call does not
connect. To enable this function,
1. Open the phone.
2. Select Menu > Settings > Call settings >
Automatic redial > On.
3. If the attempt to call is not successful, you will be
prompted with the message Auto redial? Select OK
to redial. Select Back to return to home screen.
Speed Dial
This option enables you to dial a number quickly via a
shortcut.
1. Open the phone.
2. Select Menu > Settings > Call settings > 1-touch
dialing. Select Status > On. The shortcut is set.
3. To add a new contact, select Menu > Phonebook >
1-touch dialing. Select the number key (from 2 to 9)
to which you want to assign the speed dial. Select
the contact from the phonebook and save. The
Speed dial is set.
4. To make a call, press and hold the shortcut
designated number key for Speed dial from home
screen.34
Managing Calls
Auto-Service Update
Open the phone. Select Menu > Settings > Call settings
> Auto-service update > On to receive automatic
service updates from the service provider.
International Prefix
Open the phone. Select Menu > Settings > Call settings
> International prefix and enter the default ISD code to
be prefixed when dialling international calls.
Data Calls
Open the phone. Select Menu > Settings > Call settings
> Data calls > Data rate display > Graphic to view the
data transfer rate . Select OFF to disable this feature.
Call Summary
Open the phone. Select Menu > Settings > Call settings
> Call Summary > On to view the call summary.
In-Call Timer
Open the phone. Select Menu > Settings > Call settings
> In-call timer > On to activate the call time display.
Message Response
Open the phone. Select Menu > Settings > Call settings
> Message response to send automatic SMS response
when you are unable to answer a call. You can edit the
default response.
Receive a Call
1. Open the phone.
2. To answer a call, press the Accept key OR press
Left Selection key.
3. To reject a call press the Power on/off key OR
Left Selection key.35
Managing Contacts
Managing Contacts
You can use the phonebook to maintain phone numbers
of your contacts. This feature enables you to add, delete,
dial phone numbers, send SMS and MMS messages.
To access the contacts, select Contacts from the home
screen or select Menu > Phonebook > Contacts. The
contacts are displayed.
Add a New Contact
• To add a new contact, open the phone. Select
Contacts > Add (if the phonebook is empty) or
Options > Add new contact. Enter the name and
phone number and select Save.
• You can also add a contact from Call history menu
(refer “Managing Call History” on page 32) and Write
message menu (refer “Write Message” on page 39).
The new number is updated in the Contacts list.
View the Contact Details
Open the phone. On the home screen, select Contacts.
Select the contact and press the center key to view the
details.
Sending a Message from Contacts
You can send SMS and MMS messages to the contacts.
Unsent messages will be saved to Drafts,
automatically.
Sending SMS
1. Open the phone
2. On the home screen, select Contacts.
3. Select the contact.
4. Press the Center Key to view the Details.
5. Select the number and select Options > Send
message > Text message.
6. Enter the message and select Send or select Add
> Insert contact/number, to select additional
recipients.
7. Select Send, to send the message.
Sending MMS
1. Open the phone.
2. On the home screen, select Contacts.
3. Select the contact.
4. Press the Center Key to view the Details.
5. Select the number and select Options > Send
message > Multimedia message.
6. Select Options > Add object, to add an attachment.
7. Enter the message and select Send or select Add
> Insert contact/number, to select additional
recipients.
8. Select Send, to send the message.
Dialing a Number from Contacts
Open the phone. On the home screen, select Contacts
and do one of the following: 36
Managing Contacts
• Select easy call key , to call the default number
assigned for that contact.
• Select the contact and press the center key to view
the details. Select the number to call and press
or the center key to call.
Edit the Contact Details
You can enter or edit the contact details. Open the
phone. Select Contacts. Select the contact. Select
Options > Edit contact.
Delete Contact
To delete a contact, Open the phone. On the home
screen, select Contacts. Select the contact and select
Options > Delete contact > A message appears Delete
all details? Select Yes to delete.
Sending Contact
You can send contact information by SMS, MMS or
Bluetooth.
Send Contact by SMS
1. Open the phone.
2. Select Contacts. Select the contact and press the
center key to view the details.
3. Select Options > Send business card > Via text
message.
4. Select the recipients from the Phonebook.
5. Select Send, to send the contact information.
Send Contact by MMS
1. Open the phone.
2. Select Contacts. Select the contact and press the
center key to view the details.
3. Select Options > Send business card > Via
multimedia message.
4. Select the Details to be send.
5. Select the recipients from the Phonebook.
6. Select Send, to send the contact information.
Send Contact by Bluetooth
1. Open the phone.
2. Select Contacts. Select the contact.
3. Select Options > Send business card > Via
bluetooth.
4. Select the device from Devices found list .
5. When the other device accepts the contact,
Business card sent message will be displayed.
Selecting Multiple Contacts
To select specific contacts, scroll to the required contacts
and do one of the following:
• Select Options > Mark.
• Select Options > Mark all to select all the contacts
in the phone book. Once the contacts are marked,
the following options are displayed: 37
Managing Contacts
Options Function
Delete
marked
You can delete all the selected
contacts.
Mark all You can select all the contacts in the
phonebook. This option is displayed
only if all the contacts are not
selected.
Unmark all You can unmark all the selected
contacts.
Caller Groups
You can create a new group, add a new contact to the
group, and manage the groups. Open the phone.
• To create a new group, select Menu > Phonebook
> Groups > Add (if there are no groups) or Options
> New group. You can assign a name, ring tone and
picture for the group.
• To add a new contact in a group, in the home
screen, select Contacts. Select the contact and
press the center key to view the details. Select
Options> Add to group. Select a group.
OR
• Select Menu > Phonebook > Groups. Select
the group. Select View > Add. The phonebook is
displayed. Select the phone numbers to be added to
the group.
• To manage a group, select Menu > Phonebook >
groups. Select a group and then select Options.
The following options are displayed.
Options Function
New
group
Create a new group.
Group
details
Rename the group, assign a ring
tone, and add a picture to the group.
Delete
group
You can delete the group.
Phonebook Settings
To view or define settings for your phonebook, open
the phone. Select Menu > Phonebook > Phonebook
settings.
• Name display: Configure the contact’s first name or
last name to be displayed first.
• Memory status: View the number of contacts
stored in the mobile phone.
Delete all Contacts
You can delete all the contact records stored in the phone
memory.
Searching Contacts
1. Open the phone.
2. Select Contacts > Options > Find.
3. Enter the contact name. The contact will be
displayed.38
Messages
SMS and MMS are convenient and inexpensive means
of communication. You can send a text message to other
people using SMS service. MMS allows you to send
messages with multimedia content such as pictures,
audio files, video files, and so on.
The MMS functionality is available only if you
subscribe to the service from your network
operator.
To access the messages function, open the phone. Select
Menu > Messages.
CMAS Alerts
CMAS messages are alerts issued by the govenrment of
the United States of America to communicate emergency
alerts to a particular locality. The 3 types of CMAS alerts
are:
• Alerts issued by the President of the United States.
• Alerts that might cause threats to safety of life and
property.
• AMBER Alerts
Message Settings
SMS Settings
Open the phone. Select Menu > Messages > Text
message > Message settings to edit the following SMS
settings:
Settings Function
Priority Set the message priority to
Normal or Urgent.
Delivery
report
Receive a confirmation report
whether or not the message has
been delivered.
Message
validity
Set the period for which the text
message will be valid.
Save sent
message
You can save the sent
messages.
Send
callback no.
You can add the callback
number in the message.
Signature You can add a signature to your
message.
MMS Settings
Open the phone. Select Menu > Messages >
Multimedia message > Multimedia message settings,
to edit the following MMS settings:
Settings Function
Save sent
messages
You can save the sent
messages.
Message
validity
Set the period for which the text
message will be valid.
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Managing Messages
Delivery report Receive a confirmation report
whether or not the message
has been delivered.
Slide timing Set slide display timings.
Allow
multimedia
message
receptn.
Enable or disable reception
of multimedia messages in
roaming/home network.
Received
multimedia
message
Select the option to manually
accept a multimedia message,
download or reject the
multimedia message.
Allow ads Enable or disable download of
multimedia advertisements.
Multim. center
server
Set the server details received
from the service provider
to send/receive multimedia
messages.
Write Message
You can create SMS and MMS messages.
SMS Messages
1. To create a SMS message, open the phone.
2. Select Menu > Messages > Text message > Write
message.
3. Enter the message in the text pane. The text input
mode is displayed at the top left of the screen. Press
and release # to select the appropriate text input
mode (refer “Text Input Mode” on page 44).
4. Enter the message and select Options. The
following options are displayed:
Options Function
Send You can send the message.
Clear field Clear the contents in the
message pane.
Insert contact Select and add a contact from
the phonebook, to the message.
Insert number Select and add a number from
the phonebook, to the message.
Insert symbol Select the required symbol to
include in the message.
Mark text Mark a part of the message text,
to copy and paste.
Mark all Mark the complete message, to
copy and paste.
Writing
language
Select the input languages.
Paste Paste the copied text at a
specific location.
Save as draft Save the message as a draft.40
Cancel
message
Delete the message before it is
sent.
5. Select Add and select the recipients of the message.
6. Select Options > Send, to send the message.
MMS Messages
1. To write a MMS message, open the phone.
1. Select Menu > Messages > Multimedia message
> Write message.
2. Enter the message in the text pane. The text input
mode is displayed at the top left of the screen. Press
and release # to select the appropriate text input
mode (refer “Text Input Mode” on page 44).
3. Enter the message and select Options. The
following options are present:
Option Function
Add object Add multimedia objects such as
an image, video, audio, Vcards
and slides.
Send You can send the Multimedia
message.
Preview You can preview the message
before sending.
Clear field Clear the contents in the
message pane.
Insert contact Select and add a contact from
the phonebook, to the message.
Insert number Select and add a number from
the phonebook, to the message.
Insert symbol Select the required symbol to
include in the message.
Writing language Select the input languages.
Prediction options Set the input options to T9, add
a new T9 word or alphabetic
prediction.
Save message Save the message as a draft in
Draft folder.
Mark text Mark a part of the message text,
to copy and paste.
Mark all Mark the complete message, to
copy and paste.
Cancel message Delete the message before it is
sent.
4. Select Add and select the recipients of the message.
5. Select Options > Send, to send the message.
Configuring E-mail Accounts
You have to configure and create an e-mail account to
access the e-mail functionalities.
1. To create an e-mail account, open the phone.
2. Select Menu > Messages > E-mail message > No
e-mail account. Create an account now? > Select
Yes.
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3. Enter the name of e-mail account.
4. Enter the e-mail address.
5. Select the required protocol for incoming mail
server: POP3 or IMAP4.
6. Enter the User name and Password under Login
information to access the e-mail account.
7. Enter the following Download settings (Download
sett.):
• Retrieve mode: You can retrieve the whole
e-mail or only headers.
• No. of mails shown: You can set the number
or e-mails to be retrieved from the server. The
default value is 30.
• Del. original after retrieval: Select No to store
the original e-mail in the server.
• Maximum size of retrieval: Set the maximum
download size per mail.
8. Enter the following Incoming mail settings
(Incoming mail sett.).
• Incoming POP3/IMAP4 serv. : The name of
the incoming mail server.
• Security: Enable or disable secure mail server
connection.
• Port: The port number to connect to the mail
server.
9. Enter the following Outgoing SMTP server
(Outgoing sett. (SMTP) ) settings.
• Outgoing SMTP serv. : The name of the
outgoing mail server.
• Reply-to address: The e-mail address to
which the reply is send by the receiver.
• SMTP authentication: Enable or disable SMTP
authentication.
• SMTP user name: The username to access
SMTP server.
• SMTP password: The password to access
SMTP server.
• Security: Enable or disable secure mail server
connection.
• Port: The port number to connect to the mail
server.
• Email msg. priority : The default priority for set
for the outgoing messages. The default priority
is Normal.
The e-mail account is saved.
Managing Email Box
You can configure the e-mail box settings to modify the
mailbox view, include signature and reply with the original
message .
To configur

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