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|EdInBTR||8:46am on Saturday, June 5th, 2010|
|good phone but not up 2 2days standards i have had this phone from christmas 2006 and it is a very good phone at everything untill you start sending o... Good phone for the price and the features I bought this phone in november 2005, and thought it was a good phone.|
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News Release May 3 th, 2005
SANYO 3G handset facelift delivers sleeker design
SANYO, the Japanese electronics giant, has given a facelift to its first 3G phone for the European market. The new S750i is a revamp and part of the companys continuing commitment to exceed customer expectations.
The S750i is a redesign of the popular S750, which was launched at the end of 2004. Today the lighter S750i boasts a sophisticated silver and black casing retaining the slide-up opening and presenting a rounder, more ergonomic shape, which is in tune with consumers fast-paced lifestyle.
The features of the phone which have made the S750 a standout seller have been retained. This includes one of the largest screens on the market a 2.4 inch high resolution QVGA which has 262,144 colours to guarantee extra sharp viewing quality. The high-quality integrated digital/video camera also remains a key element of the handset, as the popularity of video calling and photo messaging amongst consumers continues to grow across the UK. The S750i also retains its four times zoom dual camera functionality 1.3 Mpix CMOS (with integrated flash) and 310K pixels CCD.
Besides the design makeover, the S750i includes a 32MB SD card, providing more memory for customers to store high resolution pictures, long recorded videos, mp3 music files and other data. A USB cable allows data transfer, synchronisation or modem functionality between the S750i and a PC. In combination with a Pictbridge printer the USB cable also makes direct print outs of photos possible.
Our entry into the UK 3G market has been a tremendous success, with a great response from the consumers, said Masatsugu Yamano, president of SANYO Fisher Sales (Europe) GmbH and also responsible for SANYOs European mobile phone
business. However we cant afford to rest on our laurels. SANYOs achievements in the past have been because of our refusal to be complacent. Were always looking at how we can make things better for our customers and the S750i is no exception.
The revamped handset continues to support UMTS, GSM, GPRS, Bluetooth and Infrared. Other features include 72 polyphonic tones for almost real tunes, Java Game and WAP Browsing.
In the UK the SANYO S750i will continue to be available directly from Orange.
You can download high resolution pictures of the new S750i from SANYO via http://www.sanyo-mobile.co.uk/about/pictures.html.
NOTES TO THE EDITORS About SANYO Mobile SANYO entered the mobile phone market over a decade ago with the inception of its PHS (Personal Handy System), an initiative that pushed the rapid growth of the mobile phone sector in Japan. Since then, SANYO has been one of the early adaptors of new technologies in this field. In Japan, SANYO quickly gained ground in the CDMA technology-based mobile phone market and began its global expansion in 1998 with its partnership with Sprint PCS, the North American operator. SANYO was the first to launch the colour LCD screen handset and camera equipped handset in the US market. In 2001, SANYO launched Japans first UMTS single mode mobile phone and continued its enhancement of its UMTS/GSM dual mode mobile phones. SANYOs ownership of key devices, such as batteries, LCD modules and camera modules, ensures that SANYO is strongly placed to drive the 3G market. At the end of 2004 SANYO presented its first 3G phone - the S750 for the European market. The latest model is the S750i which will be directly available from Orange. The Japanese electronics giant has teamed up with Orange to provide the latest state-of-the-art 3G technology in France and UK. The collaboration is part of SANYOs continuing expansion of its mobile business across Europe. SANYO is a truly multinational company, comprising 83 production sites, 40 sales organisations and 37 other companies making it one of the largest electronic companies in the world with over 80,000 employees. For further information, please visit www.sanyo-mobile.co.uk.
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Synchronisation Setup Guide
You can synchronise your MS-Outlook Address book, Schedule or ToDo information on your S750/S750i with another device (such as your PC). Download the synchronisation software Intellisync for Sanyo Mobile Phones available at http://www.sanyo-mobile.com/service/downloads.html, and then install the software. Once the software is installed, please proceed with the instructions below. When using the USB to synchronise, from the same web site location or S750/S750i Installation CD-ROM, download and install the Sanyo S750/S750i USB driver as well as download and read the USB driver setup guide before you start. System requirements : Windows OS: 98SE, ME, 2000, XP MS-Outlook application: Outlook 2000, 2002, 2003 Note : You cannot synchronise non-MS-Outlook application data.
Preparing your S750/S750i for synchronisation for the first time
1. From your S750/S750i standby menu, go to [Menu] 2. Settings Connectivity Synchronise Local
Select <No items> (Profile name) and press OK to create a profile. Note : At a later date you may wish to create another Profile to synchronise with another PC or device, so choose a profile name which clearly identifies the device in each case. e.g. Work PC, Home PC, or a co-workers mobile etc.
Enter the appropriate information for each of the following fields. (Press OK to enter the field or exit once finished). In the following examples, we used the profile name My Profile. Profile: Input your desired profile name. User Name: Input your desired user name. Password: Input your desired password. Important : Before entering the password, you need to enter the security code, which is set to 9999 as default, in order to enable access to the password settings. You may also change the security code by accessing [Menu] Settings Security Change Code Yes You may use both the user name and password to authenticate your synchronisation client.
Communication Method: Select a communication method from either Infrared, Bluetooth, or USB and make sure the other device you are connecting with supports this function as well. Method: Select a data synchronisation method from either normal or replace. Normal: Exchanges data between the S750/S750i and the other device. Replace: Replaces the other devices data with the S750/S750is. Selected Data: Select the data you want to synchronise using the navigation pad keys and press OK. (Address Book, Schedule, and ToDo). The following database names can be left as is, and do not normally require modification. Database (Address Book): Inputs the database name for the Address Book. Database (Schedule): Inputs the database name for the Schedule. Database (ToDo): Inputs the database name for the ToDo list. The default values are./PhoneBook,./Sch, and./ToDo respectively.
Preparing the other device (eg. PC) for synchronisation
If you are using a USB cable to synchronise, refer to S750/S750i USB driver setup guide before proceeding. 1. Open the Intellisync software configuration window by double clicking the Intellisync for Sanyo icon ( 2. or ) in your task bar.
Click to indicate the items you want to synchronise, otherwise, click to remove the tick mark from the item you do not want to synchronise. These tick box settings must match the Selected Data settings you made in the Preparing your S750/S750i for synchronisation for the first time section above. Note : For your protection, data cant be exchanged between the S750/S750i and another device unless the settings selected for exchange are the same on both devices.
Click Configure, then choose Sanyo Mobile Phone Options. Note : This configuration window must be closed during synchronisation.
Settings must be the same.
Select a communication method from either Infrared, Bluetooth, or USB.
If you are using a USB, Bluetooth, or Infrared adapter, make the connection, and select an available Port. (Note : If you fail to synchronise, try selecting another port, it is sometimes necessary to try each port one at a time until the correct port is identified) Click OK to close the window. Note : Infrared (IR) does not require a port.
Click OK again to close the configuration window. Note : Remember to close the configuration window during synchronisation. Note : To protect your synchronisation data from unintended users when transferring, you can place a check mark in the Require authentication for sync field in Intellisyncs Phone Options display Security tab (situated next to the previous Connection tab), and enter the user name and password which you entered in your S750/S750i to activate the authentication. Refer to the Advanced settings for further settings, and to the Help files for further information.
Before starting, make sure you have completed all connectivity settings on the other device you are connecting with (e.g. setting up the USB driver and connecting the USB cable, or IR adaptor, or Bluetooth adaptor), and that the settings between S750/S750i and the other device are consistent. Note : Make sure you have closed all the Intellisync for Sanyo windows before initiating synchronisation When using the USB cable for synchronisation, from your S750/S750i standby menu, go to: [Menu] Settings Connectivity Synchronise Local Select a profile [Start] [Yes]
When a confirmation window appears on the other device (such as your PC), confirm to proceed with synchronisation by pressing OK or Yes for example. (This confirmation window can be disenabled in the Advanced settings). If using Bluetooth to synchronise, select press [Search] and select the Bluetooth device you want to pair with and enter the device password when prompted. Make sure the same password is entered on the device you are connecting with. Note : The initial synchronisation may take a couple of minutes. If synchronisation is interrupted or stopped while in operation data may not synchronise or be properly synchronised. Make sure you try to avoid any situations which may cause interruption or stop of this function such as low charged battery and so on.
Troubleshooting Read through this guide again to confirm you did not misunderstand any instructions or skip any steps. The following is a general list of error messages you may encounter on your S750/S750i. Error message IrDA Please go to Phone Settings to set time and date User Name unregistered. Please register. Password unregistered. Please register. No data selected Please connect USB Timed out Select the data. The data which you want to synchronise must be selected. Make sure the USB cable is properly connected. If you are using IR, make sure that the IR ports are facing one another and within a range of 20 cm. Re-trying the operation may resolve the problem. Could not login Make sure that the User Name and Password being used are identical between the S750/S750i and Intellisync. Failed to Synchronise Try re-selecting other COM ports. (Confirm the assigned com port for your S750/S750i when connected via USB by checking the STEL OBEX Port entry in the device manager.) Make sure the USB driver has been installed. Make sure the Communication method is consistent between your S750/S750i and Intellisyncs program settings. Register the Password. Interface Bluetooth USB Set up the time and date from your Phone Settings. Register the User Name. Solution
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