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  • Brand: Whirlpool
  • Product: Dryer
  • Model/name: Atlanta
  • Filetype: PDF
  • Available languages: Dutch, German, English, French, Italian

Table of Contents

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your guide to
Atlanta
from Orange
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LEGAL INFORMATION
Copyright © 2011 ZTE CORPORATION
All rights reserved
No part of this publication may be quoted, reproduced, translated or used in
any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying
and microfilm, without the prior written permission of ZTE Corporation.
ZTE Corporation reserves the right to make modifications on print errors or
update specifications in this guide without prior notice.
Version No. : V1.0
Edition Time : 2011.3
Manual No.: 079584502xxx
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Contents
welcome to your Atlanta ............................................................... 9 
what’s in it for you.. ................................................................................... 9 
getting to know your phone..................................................................... 10 
specifications .......................................................................................... 12 
let’s get started ............................................................................ 13 
installing the battery................................................................................ 13 
removing the battery ............................................................................... 15 
charging the battery ................................................................................ 16 
inserting the SIM card............................................................................. 17 
inserting a microSD card ........................................................................ 19 
switching your phone on/off .................................................................... 20 
calibrating the screen.............................................................................. 21 
setting time and date............................................................................... 21 
starting from standby mode .................................................................... 22 
how to extend the standby screen .......................................................... 23 
status symbols: icons explained................................................ 24 
basic operation ............................................................................ 26 
the menu – finding your way about......................................................... 26 
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locking the screen and keypad................................................................27 
locking your phone ..................................................................................28 
using the keypad to type .........................................................................30 
personalizing your phone ........................................................... 31 
screen settings ........................................................................................31 
your phone profile....................................................................................31 
general settings .......................................................................................32 
calling ........................................................................................... 33 
voice calls................................................................................................33 
video calls................................................................................................33 
calling from contacts................................................................................34 
calling from call history ............................................................................35 
calling from messages.............................................................................35 
speed dialing ...........................................................................................36 
answering a call.......................................................................................37 
in-call options ..........................................................................................38 
call history ...............................................................................................39 
using SIM services ..................................................................................39 
call settings..............................................................................................40 
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messaging.................................................................................... 41 
writing messages .................................................................................... 41 
deleting message.................................................................................... 42 
moving and copying messages .............................................................. 43 
text msg. settings.................................................................................... 44 
mul. msg. settings................................................................................... 44 
cell broadcast settings ............................................................................ 45 
email made easy .......................................................................... 46 
setting up an email account .................................................................... 46 
writing and sending emails ..................................................................... 47 
receiving emails ...................................................................................... 47 
personal information................................................................... 48 
creating a contact.................................................................................... 48 
updating an existing contact ................................................................... 48 
finding a contact...................................................................................... 49 
copying and moving contacts ................................................................. 49 
grouping contacts ................................................................................... 50 
more contact options .............................................................................. 50 
managing your calendar ......................................................................... 51 
viewing and editing events...................................................................... 51 
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sending calendar events .........................................................................52 
calendar settings .....................................................................................52 
making notes ...........................................................................................52 
media player ............................................................................... 53 
taking pictures or videos..........................................................................53 
choosing your camera settings................................................................54 
stocking your music library ......................................................................54 
music player controls...............................................................................55 
video player controls ...............................................................................56 
voice recorder..........................................................................................56 
picture viewer ..........................................................................................57 
FM radio ..................................................................................................58 
getting connected........................................................................ 60 
new network access points .....................................................................60 
network settings ......................................................................................61 
orange world............................................................................................61 
opening web pages .................................................................................62 
setting up Bluetooth.................................................................................63 
communicating via Bluetooth ..................................................................63 
connecting to a PC ..................................................................................65 
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choosing a mobile network ..................................................................... 65 
other functions............................................................................. 66 
managing files......................................................................................... 66 
setting alarms.......................................................................................... 66 
world time................................................................................................ 67 
calculator................................................................................................. 67 
currency and unit converter .................................................................... 67 
timer and stopwatch................................................................................ 68 
games, applications and downloads....................................................... 69 
taking care.................................................................................... 70 
care of your phone.................................................................................. 70 
your safety .............................................................................................. 72 
aircraft safety .......................................................................................... 74 
hospital and medical safety .................................................................... 74 
obeying the law....................................................................................... 75 
road safety .............................................................................................. 75 
understanding exposure to radio frequency (RF) energy ....................... 77 
in case of emergency.............................................................................. 79 
respecting privacy................................................................................... 80 
copyright laws ......................................................................................... 80 
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questions and answers ............................................................... 81 
Declaration of RoHS Compliance............................................... 87 
disposing of your old phone....................................................... 88 
EC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY........................................ 89 
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welcome to your Atlanta
what’s in it for you..
The Atlanta features 3G technology and works seamlessly across the
UMTS/GSM/GPRS/EDGE networks, so you’ll get high-speed,
broadband-quality connectivity wherever you go.
This guide will help you make the most of your new phone. The pictures and
icons in the guide are, of course, meant for illustrative purposes only and may
not look exactly like those found on your phone.
And when using your Atlanta, please make sure you obey the laws of the
country you are in, and respect the privacy and rights of others, including
copyright. Thank you.
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getting to know your phone
option key
Perform the function
indicated on the lower
left of the display.
menu key
Open the main menu.
earpiece
screen
navigation keys
and OK key
clear key
Erase character/return
to the previous page.
end/power key
End phone calls.
Hold to power on/off.
option key
Perform the function
indicated on the lower
right of the display.
multi-tasks key
Invoke the switcher.
voice call key
Make or answer calls.
Open recent calls list in
standby mode.
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speaker back
camera
earphone jack
volume
keys
USB/charger
jack
camera key
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specifications
model Atlanta
dimensions(L × W × H) 116 mm×49 mm×11.3 mm
display 2.4 inches, 262 K TFT color screen
weight Approx 84 g (with battery)
battery 820 mAh Li-ion
continuous standby time Up to 200 hours
continuous talk time About 180 minutes
The phone’s talk and standby times are based on ideal working
environments. Network conditions or, for example, use of the extended
backlight or browser, can use more battery power and reduce talk/standby
time.
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let’s get started
installing the battery
1. Remove the back cover.
2. Insert the battery by aligning the gold contacts on the battery with the gold
contacts in the battery compartment.
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3. Push the battery down so it clicks into place.
4. Replace the back cover.
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removing the battery
Turn off your phone before removing the battery.
1. Remove the back cover.
2. Pull the battery up and out.
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charging the battery
Please charge the battery according to the following procedure.
CAUTION
Do not charge the battery if the temperature is under 0°C or above 45°C.
1. Open the USB jack cover on the side of the phone and connect the
USB charger, making sure it’s inserted the right way round. Don’t try and
force it in.
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2. Plug the charger into a mains socket, and then switch it on.
3. Unplug the charger from the mains socket and the phone once it’s fully
charged.
When not using the battery for a long time, remove it from the phone and
store in a cool dry place.
inserting the SIM card
Make sure the phone is turned off and the charger is disconnected.
1. Remove the back cover.
2. If the battery is already inside, take it out.
3. Hold your SIM with the cut corner as shown below. Then slide it into the slot.
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4. Replace the battery.
5. Replace the back cover.
CAUTION
Do not bend, scratch, or unnecessarily touch the SIM’s card metal
surface. It may damage the information stored in it.
To remove the SIM, slide it out of the slot.
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inserting a microSD card
Your phone supports microSD cards up to 8GB. This gives you loads of
memory in which to save images, photos, audio and video files.
microSD logo is a trademark of the SD Card Association.
1. Remove the back cover.
2. Insert the microSD card carefully with the metal contacts facing downwards,
until it is pushed into the right position. As you can see, only part of the
microSD card needs to be inserted into the slot.
To remove the card, simply slide it out of the slot.
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switching your phone on/off
1. Insert your SIM card and make sure the battery is charged.
2. Hold the power key. It will switch itself on and automatically search
for a network.
You might need to enter your personal identification number (PIN) or
phone password if you have enabled PIN lock or phone lock. (See ‘basic
operation — locking your phone’.)
To switch the phone off, hold the power key.
Tip:
In this guide, the steps needed to perform a task or reach a menu, are shown
in a straight forward condensed form. For example: settings > phone
settings > time & date > date.
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calibrating the screen
Calibrating the screen is important because it means the phone will respond
to your commands correctly.
1. Press the menu key to open the main menu.
2. Go to settings > display settings.
3. Follow the on-screen directions.
setting time and date
From the main menu, go to settings > phone settings > time & date.
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starting from standby mode
When you switch on your phone, it automatically goes into standby mode.
The default menus on the screen available to you are new msg., menu and
contact.
You can always return to standby mode by pressing the end key.
indicator icons
time and date
service provider
default menus
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how to extend the standby screen
Keyboard is defined into different applications. Press the keys to access a
specified feature. You can…
¾ Press navigation keys to activate pre-set functions.
¾ Press and hold the * key to lock the keypad.
¾ Press and hold the # key to activate meeting mode with vibration.
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status symbols: icons explained
signal strength alarm
GSM network bluetooth on
WCDMA network bluetooth headset
EDGE network battery status
new SMS headset mode
new MMS flight mode
message memory full silent mode
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new e-mail meeting (vibrate and
silent) mode
e-mail memory full data transfer in
attaching
WAP push message data transfer in
progress
missed voice call Roaming
missed video call microSD card inserted
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basic operation
the menu – finding your way about
The various functions of your Atlanta can be accessed via its menus and
submenus. You can navigate the menus by making the use of keys.
1. Press the menu key to open the main menu in standby mode.
2. Select the item with the navigation keys and confirm by pressing the
OK key to launch an application or enter its submenu. In the submenu,
you can continue to use the navigation keys to select and press OK key
to confirm.
3. Press the back key to return to the previous screen.
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locking the screen and keypad
The screen and keypad lock prevents accidental use.
Press and hold * key to lock the screen and keypad in standby mode.
The following screen appears…
You can also lock the screen and keypad automatically. Select settings >
phone settings> auto keyguard.
Press OK key and then press * key to unlock the keypad.
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locking your phone
To protect your phone against unauthorized use, select settings > security
settings to:
¾ Activate the security codes (handset code and PIN code).
¾ Change the security codes.
¾ Use fixed dialing to restrict outgoing calls.
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Tip:
Please make a note of your password and PIN in a safe place where you can
access them again if required. Your phone’s default password is 0000.
PIN and PIN2 codes are provided by your service provider and go with your
SIM card. If you activate the PIN, you must enter it every time you turn on the
phone. PIN2 code is needed for some settings (such as fixed dialing).
Fixed dialing is saved to the SIM. When this fixed dialing is activated, you
cannot dial numbers out of the FDN list.
WARNING:
If you enter the wrong PIN three times in a row, the SIM card will be locked.
Contact your service provider to get the PIN Unlock Key (PUK).
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using the keypad to type
Your phone has a keypad. Here’s how it works…
• To enter or change uppercase and lowercase letter, press # key, and then
press the corresponding key.
• For changing the input mode, press # key, and then use Up/Down Key and
OK Key to select and confirm.
• To open the symbols, press * key. You can use the navigation keys
and the OK key to select and enter a symbol.
• To move the cursor, use the navigation keys.
• To delete the character before the cursor, press clear key.
• To enter a space, press “0” key.
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personalizing your phone
screen settings
Select settings > display settings. Here you can set standby wallpaper,
themes, screen brightness, backlight duration, keypad light duration, owner
name, main menu and greeting.
Select idle greeting and enter the content you’d like to be displayed on the
standby screen below the network status widget.
Select greeting and enter the content to be displayed every time you switch
on your phone.
your phone profile
Profiles are used to control the ringtones and volumes.
Select settings > profiles settings. The predefined profiles are general,
meeting, outdoor, silent and flight. Select edit beside the profile to set up
the ringtone and volume etc, you prefer.
Tip:
Press and hold # key in standby mode to activate or deactivate the meeting
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profile.
CAUTION:
Activating the flight (airplane) profile will disable your mobile network
connection, so you cannot make phone calls or connect to the internet.
general settings
Select settings > phone settings. There you can change the system
language, set the time and date, set missed calls alert, set the shortcut key,
auto keyguard, set your phone number, set auto power on/off, change the
default location for downloading, or restore the phone to its default settings,
etc.
Tip:
You need to enter the phone password to restore your phone. The default
password is 0000.
All user information and downloaded data on your phone will be cleared after
the phone is restored.
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calling
voice calls
1. Enter the phone number. Delete wrong digits by pressing clear key.
2. Press the voice call key/OK key or select options > call > voice call to
make a voice call.
video calls
1. Enter the phone number.
2. Select options > call > video call to make a video call.
Tip:
The person you’re calling has to have phone and a network that can handle
video calls. If not, your phone will prompt you to make a voice call.
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calling from contacts
1. Select contacts in the main menu.
2. Scroll up and down the list for the contact you need.
3. Select a contact you want. If the contact has multiple numbers, choose
the number you need.
4. Select options > call to make a voice or video call.
Tip:
You can also select options> send message to send an SMS or MMS to
the contact.
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calling from call history
1. Select call log in the main menu or press the voice call key in standby
mode.
2. Select a number or contact you want to call.
3. Select options > call to make a voice call or a video call.
calling from messages
1. To call a number in the text of a message you’ve received, open the
message.
2. Select options> use highlighted object and select voice call or video
call.
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speed dialing
From the standby mode, press and hold a key 1 - 9 to call the
corresponding speed dial number.
how to set up a speed dial number:
1. From the main menu, go to contacts.
2. Select a contact.
3. Select the phone number and then select options> set speed dial.
4. Choose a number between 2~9.
Tip:
The number key 1 is reserved to speed dial your voicemail.
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answering a call
Press the voice call key to answer a call. If you don’t want to answer, just
press the end key or back key to reject; also you can select options> reject
with sms to reject the call with message.
Tip:
Select options> mute to mute the ringtone.
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in-call options
There are many options available to you when you’re on a call…
• Mute/unmute your microphone.
• Turn the speaker on/off.
• Put the call on hold or retrieve it.
• Record the call – audio or video.
• Disable or enable sending DTMF tones.
• End the call.
• View the contacts.
• Send the message.
• Browse the website.
…For any of those, simply select options.
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call history
Select call log in the main menu to check missed, dialed or received calls,
and all call history.
Select options and there are many choices.
Choose a call to view the detail, including the number, name, dialed times,
and call time.
using SIM services
To use the SIM card services, your SIM card must be inserted into the phone.
Select organiser from the main menu. The contents of the SIM card specific
services depend on the service provider.
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call settings
Go to settings > call settings from the main menu.
There you can choose call forwarding, call waiting and call barring.
Select the service you want and choose activate or deactivate. You can
also select check status to see which service is on or off.
send my number lets you reveal or hide your number when making calls. Or
you can select set by network which gives the choice of the network to show
or hide your number. But this function needs network support.
You can also set up parameters for video calls in video gateway. Contact
Orange for more information.
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messaging
Select messaging in the main menu to access your text messages (SMS)
and multimedia messages (MMS).
Your messages are kept in different folders. You can move text messages
between the phone’s memory and that of your (U)SIM, or save important
messages to the user folders.
The (U)SIM inbox is for saving text messages to your (U)SIM card, while the
cell broadcast is for saving cell broadcast (SMS-CB) messages.
writing messages
1. Select messaging > messaging > new message.
2. Select the ‘To’ field to enter the number or numbers of the people you
want to contact. If you change your mind, you can always press clear
key to delete recipients.
3. Press navigation key to move to the content area to edit the message. If
you want to send an MMS, you can choose whether you want in options.
¾ Attach image/video/audio to the message or even make a slide show.
¾ Add a contact.
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¾ Add template or my words.
4. When you’re happy with the message, select send. Or, if you want to
keep it for later, select options > save and the message will be kept in
your drafts.
Tip:
You can press OK key and select call history to choose the people you’ve
been in contact with, or select contacts to add others.
deleting message
1. Open the message box.
2. Choose the message you want to get rid of and select options > delete.
3. Press OK key.
4. Press left option key to confirm.
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moving and copying messages
You can move messages from inbox to user folder, or copy/move text
messages between inbox and (U)SIM inbox. Here’s how…
1. Open inbox or (U)SIM inbox.
2. Enter options and select:
• Copy to (U)SIM.
• Move to (U)SIM.
• Move to user folder.
• Copy to phone.
• Move to phone.
Or you can open the message and then select options to move or copy
the message.
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text msg. settings
• SMS center number: You’ll need the correct message centre number to
send and receive texts. Orange might have already set the number on
your phone. If not, please contact Orange.
• Expiration time: Allows you to choose how long the message centre
should try to deliver a message.
• Delivery report: Turns on or off the report that tells you whether a message
has been delivered.
• SMS coding mode:Set the SMS coding mode.
mul. msg. settings
• Retrieval settings (Home/Roam): choose how you want to retrieve
pictures messages on your home/roaming network – automatic or
manual.
• Delivery mode: send messages automatically or delay sending for a set
time by selecting after sending.
• Time per page: decide how long each slide should be seen.
• Delivery report: choose whether you want to know if a message has been
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delivered.
• Validity: the message sent unsuccessfully for the first time will be re-sent
during the valid time you set. The message will be deleted if it has not
been sent successfully over the time.
• Anonymous msg.: accept or reject anonymous messages.
• Connections: select the connection for sending and receiving MMS.
Please ask Orange for further details.
• PUSH message: accept or reject PUSH messages.
• MMS creation mode: Select to create an MMS with or without restriction,
or receive warning when adding restricted attachment to an MMS.
• Priority: Set the priority while sending a MMS.
cell broadcast settings
• Receive: choose whether to receive cell broadcast messages.
• Language: select the language of cell broadcast messages.
• Channel: Set the cell broadcast channel.
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email made easy
setting up an email account
1. Firstly, from the main menu, go to messaging > email >
settings >mailbox settings.
2. If you have not set an email account, select options > new to add one.
You can add more email accounts.
3. Select an email account from the account list.
4. Enter the mailbox name, username, password, my email address and
mail type, etc. as requested onscreen.
5. Press OK key to save.
Don’t know all the required settings? Just contact your email service provider.
Tip:
Select messaging > email > settings > mailbox settings and choose
an existing account to edit its settings.
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writing and sending emails
1. Select messaging > email > new email.
2. Enter the recipients’ emails in the ‘To’ field and Cc different people. Or
just add email addresses from your contacts list.
3. Then you can select and insert your text in both the subject and text
content fields.
4. And options will let you add attachments, templates, signature, etc.
5. All done? Now you’re ready to send. Or maybe you don’t want to email
quite yet? In that case you can save to drafts.
receiving emails
Go to messaging > email > settings > automatic retrieval to choose how
often you want your phone to check for emails.
Select your email account and open inbox to receive emails or synchronize
the mailbox.
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personal information
creating a contact
Select contacts from the main menu. You can add new contacts with names
and phone numbers to the SIM, or put contacts with more information on your
phone (its memory is bigger). The phone can store 500 records. The capacity
of the SIM varies.
1. A new contact will be saved in the phone or the SIM, depending on the
default memory setting you choose. So select options > advanced and
set up default memory.
2. Select add new contact to add the contact.
3. Press OK key to save the contact.
updating an existing contact
1. Select the contact.
2. Select options > edit contact and make your changes.
3. Press OK key to save.
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Tip:
You can edit a contact before you dial a number. Enter the number from
standby mode and select options > save > update contact.
finding a contact
1. In the contact list, enter letter or name.
2. Contacts’ first character matches the inputting letter or contacts’ full name
matches the inputting name will be displayed.
copying and moving contacts
1. Select options in the contact list and select advanced > SIM
management to copy contact or move contact.
2. Choose where you want to move or copy them.
3. Check the contacts you want to move or copy and select done.
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grouping contacts
So that it’s easier to manage your contacts, there are three preloaded groups:
family, friends and work.
To make another group, such as ‘restaurants’, select contacts > groups >
options > add new group. Or if you want to edit a group name, add a group
photo or change group call ringtones, just select a group and edit group in
options.
more contact options
The options in the contact list allow you to:
• Send message to the contacts.
• Delete the contacts.
• Check out service number.
• Set speed dial.
• Send contacts via SMS, MMS, Bluetooth or email.
• See how much memory is available.

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