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2006 UBS Taiwan Corporate Day
Sep 28-29, 2006
This presentation contains forward-looking statements. These forward-looking statements are subject to risks, uncertainties and assumptions, some of which are beyond our control. Actual results may differ materially from those expressed or implied by these forward-looking statements. Because of these risks, uncertainties and assumptions, the forward-looking events and circumstances discussed in this presentation might not occur in the way we expect, or at all. You should not place undue reliance on any forward-looking information. In preparing the information herein, FET have relied upon and assumed, without independent verification, the accuracy and completeness of all information available from public sources or which was provided to FET or which was otherwise reviewed by FET. Neither FET nor its advisors have made any representation or warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of such information and nor do they assume any undertaking to supplement such information as further information becomes available or in light of changing circumstances. None of FET, nor any of their respective affiliates, advisers or representatives shall have any liability whatsoever (in negligence or otherwise) for any loss howsoever arising from any use of this presentation or its contents or otherwise arising in connection with this presentation. Neither this presentation nor any of its contents may be reproduced to a third party without the prior written consent of FET.
I. Market Overview II. Operational Performance III. Financial Performance IV. Recent Activities and Outlook V. Management Highlights
Taiwan Wireless Market
Wireless Market Revenue & Subs Wireless Market Revenue & Subs
Service Revenue (NT$mn) Subscribers (mn) Outgoing Minutes (bn) 30 50,544 48,398 47,830 48,236 46,919 48,20 20.7 20.4 20.4 20.4 20.6.3 6.5 6.7 6.2 6.3 6.1Q'05 2Q'05 3Q'05 4Q'05 1Q'06 2Q'06 Total Wireless Revenue Total Wireless Customer Total Outgoing minutes
2006 1H Service Revenue Share 2006 1H Service Revenue Share
2006 Service Revenue Share of 3 BIG players: CHT 37.6% > FET+KGT 32.0% >TWM+TAT+MBT 30.4%
Market revenue +0.4% (1H06 vs. 1H05)
60,000 50,000 40,000 30,000 20,000 10,000 0
#1: CHT 37.6%
#3: TWM + TAT +MBT 30.4%
#2: FET+ KGT 32.0%
Source: 2005-06 revenue and subs data based on service revenue from operators respective factsheets on consolidated basis; And 2005-06 outgoing minutes data based on DGT statistics
Prepaid Market Shrink
Continue to Restrict prepaid card sale from convenient stores 1-ID-1-SIM Operator promotion offers driving up +20% increase in GA market since Nov 05. While market revenue relatively flat Deteriorating GA quality Dual SIM coming back New regulator NCC be unconstitutional NCC issued public consultations for pricing cap formula and F M pricing ownership in Sep06.
Source: company data
Site Protest Continued
ARPU & MOU
Consolidated ARPU Consolidated ARPU
NT$ 1,1,0 1Q'05 2Q'05 3Q'05 4Q'05 1Q'06 2Q'06 Postpaid ARPU
Monthly MOU / Avg Custumer
minutes 292 296
Postpaid Monthly MOU (minutes of use) per customer
Prepaid Monthly MOU (minutes of use) per customer
Customer Base and Revenue Breakdown
Mobile Customer Mix Mobile Customer Mix
Prepaid customer % from 29% to 22%
Service Revenue Breakdown Service Revenue Breakdown
Prepaid revenue % from 14.1% down to 9.6%
NT$mn 18000 15000
('000) 6,6,333 6,186 6,122 6,139 6,6,m id 1Q'05 2Q'05 3Q'05 4Q'05 1Q'06 2Q'Postpaid Custom er Prepaid Custom er
Source: Company source
Prepaid revenue 25% (1H05 vs. 1H06)
12.5% 11.5% 11.2% 10.8% 9.6%
88.5% 88.8% 89.2% 90.4% 85.9% 87.5%
Voice Revenue and Traffic
For 1H06 vs. 1H05: Revenue for international call services decreased 8.9% to NT$1,105 million while traffic down 2.7% Revenue for roaming decreased 17.3% to $216 million, due to Revenue for roaming to TAT and MBT decreased 67% to NT$ 27mn Revenue from incoming call decreased 7.6% although MOU remain stable, due to revenue from F M dropped 13.3% to NT$3,963 mn
Voice Revenue Breakdown Voice Revenue Breakdown
ILD Rev 9% & Roaming Rev 17% & Incoming Call Rev 8% (1H05 vs. 1H06)
100% 80% 60% 40% 20% 0% 5.7% 5.6% 6.0% 6.1% 5.5% 5.3% 68.1% 67.6% 67.4% 67.3% 69.1% 69.1% 26.2% 26.9% 26.6% 26.6% 25.5% 25.6%
1Q'05 2Q'05 3Q'05 4Q'05 1Q'06 2Q'06 Rev fm Incoming Call Rev fm Outgoing Call Rev fm ILD+Roaming+others
2006 1H Data Market Status
2006 1H Data Revenue Share 2006 1H Data Revenue Share
#2: CHT: 29.7% #3: TWM: 27.3%
10.0% 9.0% 8.0%
2005 1H Data % 2006 1H Data % of Service Revenue Service Revenue FET remains leading position in data.
#1: FET dominates 43.0% of data rev mkt share
Market Avg = 7.0%
FET YoY Data Growth FET YoY Data Growth
4,000 3,000 2,000 1,000 0
10% 8% 6% 4% 2% 0%
4.0% 3.0% 2.0% 1.0% 0.0%
FET+KGT TWM+TAT+MBT CHT
Source: Operators factsheets or company source as of Jul05
Data % of Service Rev
Increasing Non-SMS Data Usage NonFET Data Revenue Breakdown FET Data Revenue Breakdown
Data rev from non-SMS services getting significant
1H'06 55.0% 45.0%
FET Packet Data Usage FET Packet Data Usage
(bn bytes) 2,495 2,557 3,000 2,120 2,193 2,500 1,563 1,678 2,000 1,500 1,0 Jan'06 Feb'06 Mar'06 Apr'06 May'06 Jun'06 Total Data Usage (in billion bytes)
(k bytes) 1,500
Data Usage per User Data Usage per User
901 1,007 1,025
Y2003 0.0% 20.0%
86.5% 40.0% 60.0%
13.5% 80.0% 100.0%
SMS rev % to data rev Non-SMS rev % to data rev
Source: Company data; 2003 stats does not include KGTs
0 Jan'06 Feb'06 Mar'06 Apr'06 May'06 Jun'06 Data Usage per data user (in k bytes)
Non-SMS Data Revenue Mix NonWith the success launch of 3G in 2005, FET constantly dedicates to provide superior data services in 2006.
Non-SMS Data Revenue Breakdown in 1H06 Non-SMS Data Revenue Breakdown in 1H06
17% 11% 11%
0% Ring Back Tone i-mode Services GPRS transmission MMS Wireless Internet Services
Source: Company data
New Services Launched and will be Continued
Collaboration with reputable Content Providers :
Discovery, SEGA, TTV, FHM and HAPPY Go Card
Emoticon (template SMS), Surveillance, 966 music station, mobile barcode (QR Code), Car Portal, etc.
Widespread messaging services:
full range of messaging services, including SMS, MMS, Audio Messaging, Mobile email, PC Data Card and mobile Instant Messaging (mobile MSN)
3G subs growth unlikely to pick up due to delay of new 3G handset deployment For 1H06, FET 3G ARPU around $1,245 (25% higher than current 2G ARPU) FET 3G data 15% higher than current 2G data 8.5%
3G Sub Growth 3G Sub Growth
600,000 500,000 400,000 275,665 300,000 200,000 206,847 (subs)
2006 1H 3G vs. 2G Status 2006 1H 3G vs. 2G Status
2,000 1,500 8.5% 1,500
18% 15% 12%
9% 6% 3%
139,381 98,157 58,493 100,000 2,90425,583 0
M ar -M ay -Ju l-Se p06 N ov -0 De 6 c06 Se ov Ja n06 p0
0% 2G ARPU 3G Data % of Service Rev 14
Steady Revenue and Margin
Service Revenue Service Revenue
NT$ mn 20,000
EBITDA and EBITDA Margin (%) EBITDA and EBITDA Margin (%)
NT$ mn 12,000
17,745 17,608 52.0% 51.6% 18,00017,426 16,887 51.1% 16,436 50.0% 15,934 15,791 15,394 15,305 10,000 16,000 15,371 48.8% 48.4%
14,000 12,000 10,000 8,000 6,000 4,000 2,000 0
1Q'05 2Q'05 3Q'05 4Q'05 1Q'06 2Q'06
8,000 7,875 6,000 4,000 2,000 0
7,400 7,226 7,527
30% 1Q'05 2Q'05 3Q'05 4Q'05 1Q'06 2Q'06 Consolidated EBITDA Consolidated Service EBITDA Margin (%)
Consolidated Total Rev Consolidated Service Revenue
Source: FET 2005-2006 Consolidated Financials
Depreciation & Amortization Depreciation & Amortization
NT$ mm 5,000 20.5% 20.0% 20.3% 4,000 3,000 2,000 3,023 3,003 3,159 3,223 2,953 2,949 1,1Q'05 2Q'05 3Q'05 4Q'05 1Q'06 2Q'06
3G Concession Amortization Depreciation & Amortization D&A % of Service Revenue
Opex & Opex % of Service Rev Opex & Opex % of Service Rev
25% 6,000 20% 5,000
26.6% 26.7% 25.9%25.7%26.0%
15% 10% 5% 0%
4,000 3,000 2,209 2,214 2,379 2,516 2,627 2,281 2,000 15% 1,000 1,771 1,882 1,893 1,691 1,488 1,1Q'05 2Q'05 3Q'054Q'05 1Q'06 2Q'06 S&M G&A Opex % of Service Revenue 10% 20%
Consolidated Financial Achievement
2006 2Q Actual vs. 2006 2Q Forecast
Unit: NT$ Million, except for EPS
2006 2Q Actual
2006 2Q Forecast
Total Revenue Service Revenue EBITDA Service EBITDA Margin % Pre-tax Income EPS(1)
16,887 15,305 7,527 50.0% 4,267 $0.90
17,231 15,601 7,531 49.7% 4,159 $0.88
98% 98% 100% 101% 103% 103%
Source: Company data (1) EPS based on current outstanding shares of 3,872,663,049.
2006 Q2 and Q1 Financial Stats
(NT$ mm unless otherwise stated)
7,677 7,238 77,300 8.6% 5,545 $1.02(3) $0.82(3) 12.7% 16.7%
9,518 6,970 68,353 9.3% 9,440 $2.12(3) $1.72(3) 13.9% 19.1%
Cash & Cash Equivalents Total Borrowing Net Debt Shareholders Equity Debt/Capitalization(1) Ratio Gross (%) Net (%) Free Cashflows YTD(2) Pre-tax EPS - YTD EPS(NT$) - YTD ROA ROE
Source: FET 2006 Consolidated Financials (1) Capitalization = shareholders equity + total debt. (2) Free Cashflows = Operating Cash flow cash-based Capex (3) EPS calculated by current outstanding shares of 3,872,663K.
QR Code applications Mobile MSN Messenger services Car Portal services Big-net 333 rate plan Surveillance services Mobile Office / Mobile email
Enriched 3G Handsets Sharp WX-T91, T71 NEC N600i (i-mode) Amoi V07 (surveillance camera) 2G Handsets Sharp GX-T17, T29
Actions targeted at A Leading Full Service Provider for Electronic Communication, Information, Entertainment, and Transaction
IMS Platform Development HSDPA DVB-H Trial Wi-Max Trial Completed OTA Capability Content Academy -- Set Up Mobile Communications Design Program in the University
Network and Platform Network and Platform
Consolidated Financial Forecast
2006 3Q Forecast vs. 2006 2Q Actual
2006 3Q Forecast
16,931 15,553 7,483 49.6% 4,075 0.87
0.3% 1.6% - 0.6% - 0.4% - 4.5% - 3.6%
Balance between Growth and Profitability Multiple acquisition programs to capture quality postpaid subscribers while managing revolver issues and fraudulent customers Continue to Cultivate Data Growth
Activate OTA MMS for user-friendly data services Promote wireless messaging and mobile mail services
High FCF yield & appealing P/E
Maintain Dividend Policy
For Further Information:
http://www.fareastone.com.tw http://www.fareastone.com.tw http://www.fetnet.net http://www.fetnet.net
Investor Relations Investor Relations
Email for sending up to 300 KB and receiving mail with attachments. A colour WAP browser for accessing information on the mobile Internet. Your own ringtones and ringvideos. You can use downloaded sound or video clip files as a ringtone or ring video clip. A music player that can play back MP3, AAC and AAC+ format sound files. Playback of the downloaded sound and video clip files. A voice recorder function for recording and playing back voice clips. A Bluetooth wireless technology interface for establishing contact and transmitting data with certain devices. You can transmit pictures, sounds, and video clips to OBEX-enabled phones. An Infrared interface for data communication. You can transmit pictures, sounds and video clips to OBEX-enabled phones.
A data synchronisation function for updating Phonebook entries on the Internet. A schedule alarm for creating and sending schedule entries with alarm settings. Video output. You can connect your phone to other devices, such as TVs or videos set to output, and display Java data, images, or video clips. With the built-in digital camera, you can read texts and barcodes, and create QR codes. A miniSD memory card slot that expands connectivity with a PC using the memory card.
Introduction.. 1 Your Phone.. 9 Optional Accessories.. 9 Getting Started.. 10 Inserting the SIM/USIM Card and the Battery.. 14 Removing the SIM/USIM Card and the Battery.. 15 Charging the Battery.. 16 Inserting the Memory Card.. 18 Removing the Memory Card. 18 Connecting the Stereo Headset.. 19 Turning Your Phone On and Off.. 19 Keypad Lock.. 20 Display Indicators (Main Display). 21 Opening Your Phone.. 23 Navigating Functions.. 24 Voice Call/Video Calling Functions. 25 Making a Voice Call.. 25 Speed Dialling.. 26 Redialling.. 26 Answering a Voice Call.. 26 Incall Menu (Voice Call).. 27
Making a Video Calling.. 30 Answering a Video Calling.. 30 Incall Menu (Video Calling).. 31 Using the Menu..34 Top Menu.. 34 List of Menu Functions.. 35 Entering Characters..37 Changing the Input Language.. 38 Changing the Input Method.. 38 Chinese User Dictionary.. 43 Using Templates.. 45 Copying, Cutting and Pasting Text. 45 Insert Phonebook Entries.. 45 Call Manager...46 Changing the List Displayed. 47 Selecting the Storage Memory. 47 Sorting the Phonebook List Order. 47 Selecting the Search Mode. 47 Add New.. 47 Viewing My Card.. 48 Copying Phonebook Entries between SIM/ USIM Card and Handset.. 48 Dialling from the Phonebook.. 48
23. Infrared Port: 24. Stereo Speakers 25. Small Light: 26. Side Keys (V/W):
Sends and receives data via infrared. Used as a battery charge indicator, Event Light and Status Light. (These two keys work in reverse with the viewer position of the display.) Moves the highlight up or down. Press in standby or during a call to increase or decrease the earpiece volume. Executes the function in the lower left of the screen in the viewer position of the display.
28. Camera Key: Y
Displays the Main menu when pressed in standby, then executes a highlighted function in the viewer position of the display. Long press to activate the camera. Press during an incoming call alert to answer the call in the viewer position of the display.
27. Menu Key: X
29. Cancel Key: Z
Executes the function in the lower right of the screen in the viewer position of the display. Long press in standby to turn the mobile light on. You can change the light colours by pressing V or W when the mobile light is on. Long press to reject an incoming call. Press during an incoming call alert to send a busy tone to the caller in the viewer position of the display. Press to end the call in the viewer position of the display. 30. Memory Card Slot Cover 31. VIDEO OUT/Stereo Headset Connector 32. External Connector: Used to connect either the charger or a USB data cable.
Inserting the SIM/USIM Card and the Battery
1. Slide off the battery cover (
2. Slide the SIM/USIM card into the SIM/USIM
holder. SIM/USIM card
3. Hold the battery so that the metal contacts of the
battery are facing down, slide the guides on the top of the battery into the battery slot ( ), and then insert it ( ).
Removing the SIM/USIM Card and the Battery
1. Ensure that the phone is turned off and that the
charger and other accessories are disconnected. Slide off the battery cover.
2. Lift the battery using the protruding edge and
remove the battery from the phone.
down gently while sliding the SIM/USIM card out of the SIM/USIM holder ( ).
4. Replace the battery cover.
Note Make sure that only 3V SIM/USIM cards are used. Make sure that the standard accessory battery is used.
Battery Disposal The device is battery-powered. In order to protect the environment, please read the following points concerning battery disposal: Take the used battery to your local waste depot, dealer or customer service centre for recycling. Do not expose the used battery to a naked flame, immerse in water or dispose with the household waste.
Charging the Battery
Using the Charger 1. Open the cover of the external connector, connect the charger to the external socket located at the bottom of the phone by pressing both sides indicated with arrows, and connect to an AC outlet.
3. Enter the phone number you wish to make another
call to, then press D. Tip You can also make another call by entering the phone number during a call instead of step 1. The current call is automatically put on hold. Accessing SMS/MMS Menu during a Call 1. During a call, press [Options] and select Messages. The following options are available: Create Message to make an SMS and MMS, or Inbox, Sent or Drafts to access these folders. For details on SMS, see SMS and MMS on page 62. Call Waiting This service notifies you of another incoming call while you have a call in progress.
To Make a Conference Call You must have one active call and one held call. 1. During a call, press [Options] and select Multi Party.
3. Press [Options] and select Multi Party. 4. Select Conference All to join the conference call.
If you wish to add other participants, repeat steps 1 to 4. To End the Call with a Conference Call Participant 1. During a conference call, highlight the person that you wish to disconnect from the conference call.
2. Select Conference All to join the conference call. 3. Press F to end the conference call.
Note The conference call service may not be available on all networks. Contact your network operator for more information. You have more options for the Conference call in step 2: To put all participants on hold, select Hold All. To put all participants except the current call on hold, select Private. To end the call with all participants, select End Active Call(s) or End Held Call(s). To reject adding more participants to the current party, press [Options] and select Reject, or you can send the busy tone by selecting Busy. To Add New Participants to the Conference Call 1. Press [Options] and select Dial New Number.
2. Press [Options] and select End This Call.
To Have a Private Conversation with One of the Participants If you wish to have a private conversation with one of the participants, you may select the participant from the conference list and put the other participants on hold. 1. During a conference call, select the person that you wish to talk to.
2. Press [Options] and select Multi Party. 3. Select Private. 4. Once you have finished the private conversation,
Call Manager (M 8)
You can store the phone numbers and Email addresses of your friends, family and colleagues in the Phonebook. Your phone can store up to 500 entries. In a Phonebook, you can save the following items: Items Saved in the Handset Memory Last Name First Name Add Phone Number Add Email Address Group Street Name City Name State Name Postcode Country Name Note Birthday
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Picture Assign Tone/ Video Secret
(file name) (file name) (On or Off)
Items Saved in the SIM/USIM Memory Name Add Phone Number Add Email Address Group up to 16 characters 1 phone number (up to 32 digits) 1 Email address (up to 38 characters) up to 16 groups
up to 16 characters up to 16 characters up to 3 phone numbers (up to 32 digits each) up to 3 Email addresses (up to 128 characters each) 16 groups up to 64 characters up to 64 characters up to 64 characters up to 20 characters up to 32 characters up to 256 characters (date)
Note Each item depends on SIM/USIM Cards.
Changing the List Displayed
Call Manager Phonebook Settings Source 1. Select Handset or SIM.
You can choose either the phone or SIM/USIM card memory locations to store the new entry. For switching locations, see Selecting the Storage Memory. The amount of phone numbers that you can store to the SIM/USIM card is dependent on its capacity. Contact your network operator for details. Call Manager Phonebook Add New If you select the Choice option for the memory to be used, the selection is between To Handset and To SIM. 1. Select the field you wish to fill in, and enter the relevant information.
Selecting the Storage Memory
Call Manager Phonebook Settings Save to 1. Select Handset, SIM or Choice.
Sorting the Phonebook List Order
You can change the listing order of the Phonebook entries between by BoPoMoFo order or by group. Call Manager Phonebook Settings View Phonebook 1. Select By BoPoMoFo or By Group.
2. Press [Save] when finished.
Tip To create an entry, at least one field must be filled (Last Name, First Name, Add Phone Number or Add Email Address for the handset memory; Name, Add Phone Number or Add Email Address for the SIM/USIM memory).
Selecting the Search Mode
Call Manager Phonebook Settings Search Mode 1. Select Character Search, BoPoMoFo Search or English Search.
Adding a Thumbnail to Entries Call Manager Phonebook 1. Highlight the desired entry.
Press [Options] and select Edit. Select Picture. Select Assign Picture. Select the desired picture. Press [Save] when finished.
Note When you insert the SIM/USIM card into your phone for the first time and start the Phonebook application, the confirmation screen is displayed automatically, asking you if you wish to copy or not. The number of Phonebook entries to be copied varies depending on the SIM/USIM capacity. If the memory space is not enough to save all entries, you cannot complete copying.
Note If you delete a picture in the handset memory, the corresponding thumbnail is also deleted.
Dialling from the Phonebook
Call Manager Phonebook 1. Highlight the desired entry and press D. Tip If more than one phone number is registered for the entry, highlight the desired phone number after step 1 and press D. You can also dial from the details screen of the Phonebook. On the details screen, select the desired phone number and press D.
Viewing My Card (M 8-4)
You can register and edit your own information in the Phonebook as with other Phonebook entries. Call Manager My Card
Copying Phonebook Entries between SIM/USIM Card and Handset
Call Manager Advanced Copy All Entries 1. Select From SIM to Handset or From Handset to SIM.
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Editing Phonebook Entries
Call Manager Phonebook 1. Highlight the entry you wish to edit.
Deleting Phonebook Entries
Deleting All Phonebook Entries Call Manager Advanced Delete All Entries 1. Select Handset Entries or SIM Entries.
2. Press [Options] and select Edit. 3. Modify the information. 4. Press [Save] when finished.
2. Enter your handset code.
The default handset code is 9999. For details on changing the handset code, see To Change the Handset Code on page 120. Deleting a Phonebook Entry Call Manager Phonebook 1. Highlight the desired entry.
Assigning a Ringtone or a Ring Video Clip File to Each Entry
Call Manager Phonebook 1. Highlight the desired entry.
2. Press [Options] and select Edit, then select
2. Press [Options] and select Delete.
3. Select For Voice Call, For Video Calling or
For New Message.
4. Select Assign Tone or Assign Video.
When selecting Assign Video, go to step 6.
5. Select Preset Sounds or Sound Gallery. 6. Select the desired tone or video clip. 7. Press [Save] when finished.
Manage Group (M 8-2)
Different ringtones can be set for each group. If you do not change a group ringtone, the ringtone assigned in the Settings menu is used. Call Manager Manage Group 1. Highlight the desired group.
Editing the Group Name You can edit group names to be assigned to the Phonebook entries. First, change the Phonebook displayed (p. 47). Call Manager Manage Group 1. Highlight the desired group name.
Messages (M 4)
Your phone allows you to send and receive text, multimedia and Email, and receive WAP alerts as well.
Creating a New Message (M 4-1)
(SMS/MMS) A Create Message Message (Email) A Create Message E-mail 1. Select the address field.
SMS allows you to send text messages up to 765 characters long. If you send a message of more than 160 characters, it is split into several segments.
2. Select the desired method to enter the address. 3. For MMS, enter or select the Email address or
phone number from the Phonebook list. For SMS, enter or select a phone number. For Email, enter or select an Email address. To add multiple Email addresses or phone numbers, highlight the recipient field, press [Options], select Edit Recipients, then select Phonebook. Enter or select the Email address or phone number from the existing Phonebook. To change the recipient types, press [Options], select Edit Recipients, then select Change to CC or Change to BCC. To add a subject, press [Options] and select Add Subject. 4. Place the cursor in the message field.
MMS allows you to send and receive multimedia messages of up to 300 KB with images, sound, or video clips attached.
Email allows you to send messages of up to 300 KB. Note Some MMS functions may not always be available depending on your network. Contact your network operator for more information. Maximum message size varies depending on the settings by the network operator.
5. Enter the message.
6. Highlight the Send indicator in the lower left of
the screen. Press and select Send Message. After the message is sent, the message is moved to the Sent box. Tip To send the same message to a group of recipients, select Select Group in step 2, then select the desired group name. For details on creating a mailing list, see Creating a New Mailing List on page 50. To Add a Slide Show
To Remove or Replace Attachments
1. In step 5 in Creating a New Message on page 62,
press [Options] and select the corresponding remove option for each attachment. To Attach Gallery Data 1. In step 5 in Creating a New Message on page 62, highlight the Picture, Sound or Video indicator in the lower centre of the screen, and press.
2. Select Saved Picture Gallery, Saved Sound
Gallery or Saved Video Gallery.
Backlight Always On:
Lit while the file is played back. Always Off : Unlit while the file is played back even if a key is pressed. Normal Settings: Works with the main backlight setting (p. 110). Display Size Original Size: Displays the file in its original size. Enlarge: Displays the file in an enlarged size. Full Screen: Displays the file on the full screen.
Downloading Video Clip Files Media Player TV & Video Download Videos The video clip file download site is displayed.
Music Player (M 7-2)
You can play back MP3, AAC and AAC+ format sound files with Music Player. While playing back sound files in the background, you can use other menus. Playing Back Sound Files Media Player Music Player My Music 1. Select All Music or the desired playlist.
To pause playback, press. To stop playback, press F [End]. Note You are asked whether or not to play sounds when the Silent mode is activated. To play the last played file, select Last Played Music. Currently Playing is displayed when the file is being played back. If the file names of your sound files include Chinese characters, some characters may not appear correctly in Music Player.
SD VIDEO Video clips that are recorded by a video camera or downloaded from mobile Internet sites can also be managed with SD VIDEO. Media Player TV & Video SD VIDEO 1. Select the desired file. To pause playback, press. To stop playback, press C. To delete files from the playlist, highlight the playlist, press [Options] and select Delete.
MP3/AAC/AAC+ Specifications MP3: Supports 48KHz/192kbps or less AAC: Supports 48KHz/128kbps or less AAC+: Supports 44.1KHz/48kbps or less Due to the quality, some MP3 files may not be successfully played back even if they are within the specifications above. You can play back MP3, AAC and AAC+ format sound files with Music Player but file formats other than.mp3,.mp4,.3gp are not supported. Tip You can return to the Main menu screen while playing back the file in the background. You can create your playlist by selecting only the desired files (p. 79). You can make tone adjustment in step 2. Press [Options] and select Tone Control. Select Normal, Bass, Surround or Surround Bass. You can select the playback pattern in step 2. Press [Options] and select Playback Pattern. Normal: Plays back all files in the selected folder once and stops playback. Repeat: Continues playback in the selected folder. Repeat All: Plays back all files in the selected folder.
2. Press [Options] and select Edit.
To view the text template, press [Options] and select View. To delete the text template, press [Options] and select Delete. 3. Modify the text and press.
Java (M 1)
Java Gallery (M 1-1)
The list of Java applications is displayed. Downloaded applications are displayed in order starting from the latest one. Executing Applications Java Java Gallery Downloaded applications are sequentially displayed from the latest one. 1. Select the title of the application you wish to execute. The selected application is executed. When using network connection type applications, connection to the network can be selected. 2. To end the application, press F and select End.
Setting a Screensaver Application Java Java Gallery 1. Highlight the desired screensaver application.
. The confirmation screen to set a screensaver is displayed. 3. Press [Yes]. Downloading Applications Java Java Gallery Download More 1. Select the application you wish to download. The confirmation screen is displayed after various WAP browser screens. 2. Press to start downloading.
Setting Network Access In order to allow Java applications to access to the network, you need to set the network access. Java Java Gallery [Options] Permission Network Access 1. Select Session, Ask Once, Blanket or No. Viewing Application Information You can check the information of Java applications. Java Java Gallery 1. Highlight the desired Java application.
Set Java Wallpaper (M 1-2)
You can set Java Wallpaper for the standby screen. Switching the Java Wallpaper On or Off Java Set Java Wallpaper Switch On/ Off 1. Select On or Off. Note If you select On and a Java Wallpaper is not set, a list displaying available Java Wallpaper is displayed, asking you to make a selection. Set Applications Java Set Java Wallpaper Set Applications The downloaded applications are displayed. 1. Select the desired Java Wallpaper.
2. Press [Options] and select Information.
Deleting an Application You can delete an application from the handset memory. Java Java Gallery 1. Highlight the desired Java application.
Java Settings (M 1-3)
Application Volume You can set the volume of the application such as the sound effect to one of the five levels or silent. When Application Volume is set to Silent, this setup has priority. Java Java Settings Application Volume The current volume level is displayed. 1. Press a (or d) to increase the volume or press b (or c) to decrease the volume and then press. Backlight Java Java Settings Backlight Switch On/Off 1. Select Always On, Always Off or Normal Settings. Always On: Lights while the application is operated. Blinks when the blink setting is on. Turns off while the Always Off : application is operated even if a key is pressed.
Normal Settings: Works with the main backlight setting (p. 110). Blinks when the blink setting is on. To Set the Blinking Operation This setting enables the backlight to be controlled by the application. If set to Off , the backlight cannot be turned on from the application. Java Java Settings Backlight Blink 1. Select On or Off. Vibration When the vibrator is set in the application, you can choose whether the operation is enabled or not. Java Java Settings Vibration 1. Select On or Off.
Calls & Alarms You can set the priority of incoming calls and alarms while an application is operating. Java Java Settings Calls & Alarms 1. Select Voice Call, Video Calling, Incoming Message or Alarm.
Java Information (M 1-4)
The information about the licences belonging to Java is displayed.
2. Select the desired method. Call Priority, Message Priority or Alarm Priority: The application is suspended automatically, and you can receive a call or a message, or the alarm will sound. After finishing the call or the message, or the alarm ends, the suspend indicator ( ) is displayed letting you know there is a suspended application. Call Notice, Message Notice or Alarm Notice: The marquee (character scrolls) is displayed on the first line of the screen while the application continues. If you press D, the application is suspended, and you can receive a call or a message. After finishing the call or the message, the suspend indicator ( ) is displayed letting you know there is a suspended application.
Organiser (M 3)
Calendar (M 3-1)
Calendar allows you to easily schedule appointments or events at any given date or time. These entries can also be sent via infrared or Bluetooth wireless technology to a PC to share the same schedules. When you exchange entries with other devices, the date and time displayed may be different to that of the original data depending on the data format of the receiving device. Creating a New Entry Organiser Calendar 1. Select the desired day to which you wish to add an event.
8. Select the reminder time.
When selecting Other, enter the desired reminder date and time. 9. Press [Save]. Note If the date and time settings have not been entered, the date and time entry screen is displayed (p. 112). The reminder will not sound when Ringer Volume (p. 105) is set to Silent. To Change the Type of the Reminder Tone or Video 1. On the New Entry screen, select Reminder.
2. Select Assign Tone/Video. 3. Select Assign Tone and then select Preset
Sounds or Sound Gallery, or select Assign Video.
2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.
Press [Options] and select Add New Entry. Enter the subject. Enter the location. Select the desired category. Enter the start date and then enter the start time. Select the duration. When selecting Other, enter the desired reminder date and time.
Viewing the Scanned Data Organiser Scanner Scanned Results 1. Highlight the data you wish to view, then press press. to save.
2. Press. 3. Press [Options] and select the desired option.
The options vary depending on the scanned data. Open Link: The browser opens the URL. Copy URL: The URL is copied. Save: The URL is saved. Send Message: The result is sent as SMS or MMS. Copy: The result is copied. To Use the Continuous Scanning 1. In scanning mode, press [Options] and select Continuous Scan.
2. Enter the desired text or select the desired data, then 3. Press
2. Select On or Off.
Opening a Barcode Picture Organiser Scanner Open Barcode 1. Select the desired picture data for barcode. Press to save.
Creating QR Codes Organiser Scanner Create QR Code 1. Select the desired option. Text Input: Create a QR code using the text you enter. Gallery: Create a QR code using the Gallery data. 2. Enter the desired text or select the desired data, then press.
Tip The QR code is saved in a PNG format file.
Scanning Text Organiser Scanner Scan Text 1. Display text using the camera.
Stopwatch (M 3-6)
You can store 4 lap times when using the stopwatch function. Organiser Stopwatch 1. Press to start. Press [LAP] to view the lap time before the stopwatch stops. Last 4 lap times are saved. 2. Press to stop. Tip You can save a record of lap time and stop time in Text Templates by pressing [Options] and selecting Save to Templates. Resetting Time 1. After stopping the stopwatch, press [Options] and select Reset.
2. When the bar under the scanned text is blue, press
3. Press a or b to select the desired text, then press
4. Press [Options] and select the desired option.
OK: The scanned result is in the text entry screen. Select/Edit: The scanned result can be modified. Change Mode: The scanned result can be converted to a web address, mail address, phone number or to roman text. To Use Reversed Text 1. In scanning mode, press [Options] and select Reversed Text.
2. Select the desired option from Auto, Normal or
Tasks (M 3-7)
You can register your schedule as task entries for a given date or time. Creating a New Entry Organiser Tasks 1. Select Add New Entry.
For details on selecting a tone, see Assigning a Ringtone on page 106. To Change the Duration of Alarm Tone or Video
1. On the Reminder screen, select Duration. 2. Select the desired duration.
To Change the Description
2. Enter the subject. 3. Enter the due date and then due time. 4. Select the reminder time.
To Set Output Function On You need to connect your phone to the other device with the optional cable beforehand. Settings Display Settings Video Output Switch On/Off 1. Select On. Select Off on the Output screen when finished. Note When closing your phone, you cannot output data to the connected device. It is not possible to output some images or video clips. To Select Display Size You can display images in enlarged size. Settings Display Settings Video Output Display Size 1. Select Enlarge. To display in original size, select Original Size.
To Rotate Image Settings Display Settings Video Output Rotation Setting 1. Select the desired item. The image displayed on the device will rotate until the selected degree. To Select TV System You need to select the appropriate TV system. Refer to the instruction manual of your connected device to confirm the TV system. Settings Display Settings Video Output TV System 1. Select the desired item.
Setting the Daylight Saving Settings Date & Time Daylight Saving 1. Select On or Off. Setting the Time Zone Settings Date & Time Set Time Zone 1. Press c or d to select the home city to set.
Customising the Time Zone Settings Date & Time Set Time Zone [Options] Set Custom Zone 1. Enter the city name.
2. Enter the time-zone differences using the digit keys. 3. Press
Press a or b to switch between and +.
Sound Settings (M 9-3)
You can use this menu to check or edit the current Profiles settings (except Any Key Answer).
Date & Time (M 9-4)
You need to set the correct time and date in order for your phones various time-based functions to work correctly. Settings Date & Time Set Date/Time 1. Enter the day, month and year using the digit keys.
2. Enter the time using the digit keys.
Display Date & Time You can display the calendar or the current date and/or time in standby. To Set the Clock Display Settings Date & Time Display Date & Time Show Clock 1. Select the desired clock type or Off to set clock display off. To Set the Calendar Display Settings Date & Time Display Date & Time Show Calendar 1. Select the desired calendar type or Off to set calendar display off. World Clock For details, see page 101. Selecting the Time Format Settings Date & Time Time Format 1. Select 24 Hour or 12 Hour. Selecting the Date Format Settings Date & Time Date Format 1. Select D-M-Y, M-D-Y or Y-M-D.
Setting the Calendar Format Settings Date & Time Calendar Format 1. Select Sunday-Saturday or Monday-Sunday.
Language Setting (M 9-5)
You can change the language that the phone uses to display messages. Settings Language 1. Select the desired language. Note If you select Automatic in step 1, the language preset on the SIM/USIM card is selected. If the language preset on the SIM/USIM card is not supported, then the default language of the phone is selected. Tip You can also change the input language on the text entry screen (p. 38).
Tip You can save battery power by turning the Bluetooth wireless function off while it is not in use. Turn the Bluetooth wireless function off in To Turn On or Off on this page or in To Turn Off Automatically on page 126. During a call, you can divert voice calls to the paired handsfree device. Press [Options], select Transfer Audio and then To Bluetooth or To Handset. To Activate the Paired Device Paired devices are listed by tabs for all devices and for handsfree devices. Connectivity Bluetooth Paired Devices 1. Press d to switch to the list for handsfree devices.
1. Press c or d to switch between all devices and
2. Highlight the desired device. 3. Press [Options]. 4. Select Change Name or Delete.
You can rename or delete by pressing selecting desired device. after
2. Select the desired device you wish to activate.
To Check and Uncheck the Paired Handsfree Devices Connectivity Bluetooth Paired Devices 1. Select handsfree device list.
2. Press [Options] and select Check or Uncheck.
To Rename or Delete the Paired Devices Connectivity Bluetooth Paired Devices
To Send All Data to Other Devices You can send all the data for applications such as Phonebook, Calendar, Tasks, etc. to selected devices. Connectivity Bluetooth Send All 1. Select the desired device. If a device is not specified, searching starts automatically. 2. Enter your handset code. The default handset code is 9999. For details on changing the handset code, see To Change the Handset Code on page 120. 3. Enter the device passcode for unpaired devices.
4. Select the desired data to send.
Note If the handsfree device is connected, the confirmation screen to deactivate the handsfree function is displayed. Press [Yes] to deactivate. Bluetooth Wireless Settings With this setting you can rename your phone, prevent other phones from recognising your phone, turn the Bluetooth wireless function off automatically to save battery power, etc. To Rename Your Phone You can rename your phone. The name is shown in other devices when your phone is detected. Connectivity Bluetooth Bluetooth Settings Device Name 1. Enter the new device name. To Turn Off Automatically Connectivity Bluetooth Bluetooth Settings Bluetooth Timeout 1. Select the desired time. Your phone turns the function off automatically in the specified time. To Switch the Handsfree Settings You can switch modes of the handsfree kit between two modes; talking with the handsfree kit or talking with the phone.
Operating System: Windows 98*, Windows Me, Windows 2000**, Windows XP*** * Windows 98 Second Edition, Windows 98 Service Pack 1 with Internet Explorer 5.01 or later ** Service Pack 4 *** Service Pack 1a Supported Software: Microsoft Outlook/Outlook Express Interface: Infrared port, USB port or Bluetooth wireless port CD-ROM drive
132 Connecting WX-T91 to Your PC
Note Modem communication is not possible while communicating with the Handset Manager via Bluetooth wireless technology, infrared or USB interface. Your phone exhausts the battery when connected to a PC, even when not communicating.
1. You can download the software for WX-T91 from
the FarEasTone website (http://www.fetnet.net/) by accessing the Internet. Download and install the software.
2. Press the buttons following the guidance.
The installation starts.
You can transmit the following items between your phone and your PC, and can use Phonebook entries on your PC: Gallery files (pictures/sounds/video clips/Other Documents data) Phonebook entries Schedule entries For details on software support, refer to the following site: http://www.sharp-mobile.com
3. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete
installation. Note The phone may not recognise the USB data cable if it is connected while an application (Camera, Gallery, etc.) is running. Connect the USB data cable in standby.
Infrared communication Infrared ports need to be aligned with each other. Infrared port
Applications (Camera, Gallery, etc.) do not run when the phone is connected to the PC via Bluetooth wireless technology interface, infrared port or USB data cable.
Infrared ports need to be placed within 20 cm of each other and within a 30 angle. 3G/GSM GPRS modem It is not recommended that you make or answer calls when you are using WX-T91 as a 3G/GSM GPRS modem. The operation may be interrupted. Handset Manager Some large files may not be able to be transmitted from the PC to the phone.
Problem The phone does not turn on. Solution Problem Solution
PIN code or PIN2 code is rejected.
The SIM/USIM card becomes locked.
The display is difficult to read.
Make sure the battery is properly inserted and charged. Make sure you have entered the correct code (4 to 8 digits). Your SIM/USIM card/ protected functions will become locked after three unsuccessful attempts. Contact your SIM/USIM provider if you do not have the correct PIN code. Enter the PUK code (8 digits) provided by your service provider (if supported). If the attempt is successful, enter the new PIN code and confirm your phone is operational again. Otherwise contact your dealer. Adjust the backlight brightness for the display.
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