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Accessories More for your phone,Bluetooth Car Speakerphone. Simplicity and high performance,handsfree in the car in your office. or at home,Bluetooth Headset HBH IV835,Stylish discretion with excellent sound. Bluetooth Music Receiver,Stream music from your phone to. your hi fi for outstanding sound quality, These accessories can be purchased separately but may not be available in.
every market To view the full range go to www sonyericsson com accessories. This is the Internet version of the User s guide Print only for private use. Getting started 5 Voicemail 24,Assembly 5 Diverting calls 26. Turning on the phone 5 More than one call 27,Making and receiving calls 6 Conference calls 28. Help in your phone 6 My numbers 28,Accept calls 29. Charging the battery 7,Desk Stand CDS 65 8 Restricted dialling 29. Fixed dialling 29,Phone overview 10,Call time and cost 30.
Menu overview 12,Business cards 30,Navigation 14,Shortcuts 15 Messaging 31. Activity menu 16 Text messages 31,File manager 16 Picture messages 32. Phone language 18 Templates 34,Entering text 18 Voice messages 35. Calling 19,My friends 37,Making and receiving calls 19. Area and cell information 39,Emergency calls 20,Video call 21 Imaging 40.
Contacts 21 Camera and video recorder 40, Synchronizing contacts 23 Transferring pictures 41. Groups 23 Pictures and video clips 42,Call list 24 PhotoDJ and VideoDJ 43. Speed dial 24 Themes 44,Contents 1, This is the Internet version of the User s guide Print only for private use. Entertainment 44 Troubleshooting 67,Stereo portable handsfree 44 Common questions 67. Music and video players 44 Error messages 69,Important information 71.
PlayNow 48,Guidelines for Safe,MusicDJ 50 and Efficient Use 73. Limited Warranty 77,Applications 51,FCC Statement 80. Connectivity 52 Declaration of Conformity 80,Settings 52. Using Internet 53,RSS reader 54,Synchronizing 55,Bluetooth wireless technology 56. Update service 59,More features 60,Calendar 61,Timer stopwatch and calculator 63.
Code memo 64,Profiles 65,Time and date 65,IMEI number 67. 2 Contents, This is the Internet version of the User s guide Print only for private use. Sony Ericsson T650i liable in any way for your improper use of additional. UMTS 2100 GSM 900 1800 1900 content or other third party content. This User guide is published by Sony Ericsson Bluetooth is a trademark or registered trademark. Mobile Communications AB or its local affiliated of Bluetooth SIG Inc. company without any warranty Improvements The liquid identity logo PlayNow MusicDJ. and changes to this User guide necessitated PhotoDJ and VideoDJ are trademarks or registered. by typographical errors inaccuracies of current trademarks of Sony Ericsson Mobile. information or improvements to programs and Communications AB. or equipment may be made by Sony Ericsson Sony Memory Stick Micro and M2. Mobile Communications AB at any time and are trademarks of Sony Corporation. without notice Such changes will however be Ericsson is a trademark or registered trademark. incorporated into new editions of this User guide of Telefonaktiebolaget LM Ericsson. All rights reserved Adobe Photoshop Album Starter Edition is. Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications AB 2007 a trademark or registered trademark of Adobe. Systems Incorporated in the United States and, Publication number 1201 7444 1 24 or other countries. Please note Microsoft Windows PowerPoint Outlook and. Some of the services in this User guide are not Vista are trademarks or registered trademarks. supported by all networks This also applies to of Microsoft Corporation in the US and other. the GSM International Emergency Number 112 countries. Please contact your network operator or service T9 Text Input is a trademark or a registered. provider if you are in doubt whether you can use trademark of Tegic Communications T9. a particular service or not Text Input is licensed under one or more of the. Please read the Guidelines for safe and efficient use following U S Pat Nos 5 818 437 5 953 541. 5 187 480 5 945 928 and 6 011 554 Canadian,and the Limited warranty chapters before you use. Pat No 1 331 057 United Kingdom Pat No, your mobile phone 2238414B Hong Kong Standard Pat No.
Your mobile phone has the capability to download HK0940329 Republic of Singapore Pat No 51383. store and forward additional content e g ringtones Euro Pat No 0 842 463 96927260 8 DE DK. The use of such content may be restricted or FI FR IT NL PT ES SE GB and additional. prohibited by rights of third parties including but patents are pending worldwide. not limited to restriction under applicable copyright Java and all Java based trademarks and logos. laws You and not Sony Ericsson are entirely are trademarks or registered trademarks of Sun. responsible for additional content that you download Microsystems Inc in the U S and other countries. to or forward from your mobile phone Prior to your End user license agreement for Sun Java. use of any additional content please verify that J2ME. your intended use is properly licensed or is Restrictions Software is confidential copyrighted. otherwise authorized Sony Ericsson does not information of Sun and title to all copies is retained. guarantee the accuracy integrity or quality of any by Sun and or its licensors Customer shall not. additional content or any other third party content modify decompile disassemble decrypt extract. Under no circumstances will Sony Ericsson be or otherwise reverse engineer Software Software. may not be leased assigned or sublicensed in,whole or in part. This is the Internet version of the User s guide Print only for private use. Export Regulations Software including technical,data is subject to U S export control laws. Instruction symbols, including the U S Export Administration Act and The following appear in the User. its associated regulations and may be subject guide. to export or import regulations in other countries. Customer agrees to comply strictly with all such,regulations and acknowledges that it has the Note. responsibility to obtain licenses to export re,export or import Software Software may not be Tip.
downloaded or otherwise exported or re exported, i into or to a national or resident of Cuba Iraq Warning. Iran North Korea Libya Sudan Syria as such, listing may be revised from time to time or any A service or function is network. country to which the U S has embargoed goods or subscription dependent. or ii to anyone on the U S Treasury Department s,list of Specially Designated Nations or the U S. Contact your network operator, Commerce Department s Table of Denial Orders for details. Restricted Rights Use duplication or disclosure,by the United States government is subject to the.
Use a selection or navigation, restrictions as set forth in the Rights in Technical key to scroll and select See. Data and Computer Software Clauses in DFARS Navigation on page 14. 252 227 7013 c 1 ii and FAR 52 227 19 c 2,as applicable Press the navigation key centre. Other product and company names mentioned, herein may be the trademarks of their respective Press the navigation key up. Any rights not expressly granted herein are Press the navigation key down. Press the navigation key left,All illustrations are for illustration only and. may not accurately depict the actual phone Press the navigation key right. This is the Internet version of the User s guide Print only for private use. Getting started,Assembly Turning on the phone,Before you start using your phone.
To turn on the phone,you need to insert a SIM card and. the battery,To insert the SIM card and battery,1 Press and hold down. 2 Select a mode,Normal mode full functionality,Flight mode limited functionality. with network FM radio Bluetooth,transceivers off,3 Enter your SIM card PIN if requested. 4 Select a language,5 Select Yes to use the setup wizard.
1 Slide and hold the clasp sideways If you make a mistake when you enter. and remove the battery cover your PIN you can press to delete. 2 Slide the SIM card into its holder numbers from the screen. with the contacts facing down SIM card, 3 Insert the battery with the label side up The SIM Subscriber Identity Module. and the connectors facing each other card which you get from your network. 4 Replace the battery cover operator contains information about. your subscription Always turn off your,phone and detach the charger before. you insert or remove the SIM card,Getting started 5. This is the Internet version of the User s guide Print only for private use. You can save contacts on the SIM card Start up screen. before you remove it from your phone The start up screen appears when you. See To copy names and numbers turn your phone on See Using pictures. to the SIM card on page 22 on page 43,PIN Standby, You may need a PIN Personal After you have turned your phone. Identification Number to activate the on and entered your PIN the name. services in your phone Your PIN is of the network operator appears. supplied by your network operator on the screen This is called standby. Each PIN digit appears as unless it, starts with emergency number digits Making and receiving calls.
for example 112 or 911 You can see You must turn on your phone. and call an emergency number and be within range of a network. without entering a PIN,To make a call, To delete numbers from the display 1 From standby enter a phone number. Press with international country code and, If you enter the wrong PIN three times area code if applicable. in a row PIN blocked appears To unblock 2 Select Call. it you need to enter your PUK Personal, Unblocking Key See SIM card lock on To answer a call. page 65 Select Answer,Flight mode To reject a call. In Flight mode the network radio and Select Busy,Bluetooth transceivers are turned off.
to prevent disturbance to sensitive Help in your phone. equipment Help and information is available,in your phone at any time. 6 Getting started, This is the Internet version of the User s guide Print only for private use. To use the setup wizard Charging the battery, 1 From standby select Menu Settings The phone battery is partly charged. the General tab Setup wizard when you buy it,2 Select an option. See Navigation on page 14 To charge the battery,To view information about functions.
Scroll to a function and select More,Info if available 2 5 h. To view the phone demonstration,From standby select Menu. Entertainment Demo tour,Settings download,You can download settings to your. phone These settings let you use,functionality that require Internet. accounts for example picture,messaging and email, To download settings 1 Connect the charger to the phone.
From standby select Menu Settings It takes approximately 2 5 hours. the General tab Setup wizard to fully charge the battery Press. Settings download a key to view the screen, Contact your network operator or 2 Remove the charger by tilting the. service provider for more information plug upwards. You can use your phone while it is,charging You can charge the battery at. any time and for more or less 2 5 hours,You can interrupt the charging without. damaging the battery,Getting started 7, This is the Internet version of the User s guide Print only for private use. Desk Stand CDS 65, Your phone s best assistant connect a USB cable charger and portable handsfree.
8 Getting started, This is the Internet version of the User s guide Print only for private use. Getting started 9, This is the Internet version of the User s guide Print only for private use. Phone overview,1 Power on off key,2 Screen 1,3 Navigation key music player. 4 Selection key 2,5 Back key,6 Internet key,7 Keypad lock 4 11. 8 Volume camera digital zoom,9 Selection key,10 Activity menu key.
11 Clear key,12 Camera key,13 Silent key,10 Getting started. This is the Internet version of the User s guide Print only for private use. 15 Main camera,16 Connector for charger,handsfree and USB cable. 17 Speaker,Getting started 11, This is the Internet version of the User s guide Print only for private use. Menu overview,PlayNow Internet Entertainment,Online services. Video player,Remote control,Record sound,Camera Messaging Music player.
Write new Now playing,Inbox Artists,Email Tracks,RSS reader Playlists. Sent messages,Saved messages,My friends,Call voicemail. File manager Contacts Alarms,Camera album New contact. Applications,12 Getting started, This is the Internet version of the User s guide Print only for private use. Calls Organizer,Applications,Video call,All Answered Dialled Missed Calendar.
Synchronization,Calculator,General Sounds alerts Display Calls Connectivity. Profiles Ring volume Wallpaper Speed dial Bluetooth. Time date Ringtone Themes Divert calls USB, Language Silent mode Start up screen Manage calls Synchronization. Update service Increasing ring Screen saver Time cost Device management. Voice control Vibrating alert Clock size Show hide my no Mobile networks. New events Message alert Brightness Handsfree Data communication. Shortcuts Key sound Edit line names Switch to line 2 Internet settings. Sony Ericsson T650i UMTS 2100 GSM 900 1800 1900 This User guide is published by Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications AB or its local affiliated company without any warranty Improvements and changes to this User guide necessitated by typographical errors inaccuracies of current information or improvements to programs and

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