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User reviews and opinions
|tiguy||7:45am on Friday, October 8th, 2010|
|I have had this phone for 2 1/2 years now, an... Ease of use, great value Not compltely built to last it has alot of feature you can use with this ... great and helpfull top best mobile phone|
|pirron||4:17pm on Wednesday, October 6th, 2010|
|I got this phone and have been using it with full features quite intensively for 2 months now. great OS, features and applications price. The P910 is an awsome phone. OS, User Friendly, Processor, QWERTY Keyboard Camera, PC Sync, No Wi-Fi|
|stegan||5:31pm on Sunday, August 8th, 2010|
|Fantastic features, huge head-turner, can basically organise your whole life! However. qwerty keyboard, great screen, productivity enhancing features, intuitive controls, robust design (dropped thrice still works) low ring volume. Great all in one phone. No multiple devices to carry. Expandable memory a plus! No cons as of yet.Have had the phone 6 months.|
|kazar||11:06pm on Thursday, August 5th, 2010|
|Great IF you actually need it Good points+great color screen+loads of memory *can add more*+excellent features+comes with a good web browser *proper i...|
|nimo||10:43am on Saturday, June 5th, 2010|
|Top quality phone - probably best in the market Sony Ericsson P910i. Well where do i begin. I recently purchased this phone from my local O2 store. Top quality phone - probably best in the market Sony Ericsson P910i. Well where do i begin. I recently purchased this phone from my local O2 store. Great IF you actually need it Good points+great color screen+loads of memory *can add more*+excellent features+comes with a good web b...|
|timl006||10:17am on Sunday, May 30th, 2010|
|I have had this phone for 2 1/2 years now, an... Ease of use, great value Not compltely built to last it has alot of feature you can use with this phone I really loved it .. great and helpfull top best mobile phone|
|Proutlegus||12:49pm on Monday, May 10th, 2010|
|Sony Ericsson Z750A will be shooting mode is set to "macro", the aircraft still have autofocus function. After The P900, Sony Ericsson launch the P910i, they call it as new generation of smart phones.|
|dkpw||2:42am on Sunday, May 9th, 2010|
|I have just bought one, and for techies and geeks it is great! Loads of stuff and apps available! I am not sure I agree with the review on the keyboard. Though tiny, I am now used to it and use it regularly to write SMS mails. Interestingly.|
|mabnsau3||4:48pm on Sunday, April 25th, 2010|
|although the size of it is a let down nevertheless great suite of appication capacity ; a compact smart phone that works most of the time unlike other... If you think buying this phone in the Gulf, please think twice their warranty is useless is better to go for something else.|
|MicroJ||8:42am on Sunday, March 28th, 2010|
|It makes all the functionality that I have carried around with me on previous handsets usable. Phone works well -- good reception and volume. Handsfree is loud and clear, with no complaints so far of echoes from callers.|
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Sorting your files
You can sort the files you have stored in your P910i. By sorting your files, you choose in which order you want the files to be displayed on the screen. You can choose between sorting by, for example type, size, date, or name. Note Sort is not included in all applications.
Sending and receiving items
From many applications it is possible to exchange items like appointments, contacts and images.
To handle items received in email and multimedia messages 1. Tap the notification icon , or open Messages and select MMS or an email inbox. 2. Open the message. 3. Select the attachments tab. 4. Select the required attachment. The attachment or a summary of the attachment will be displayed. 5. Select Save to save the item. You may optionally display the received item within the related application. See Messages on page 87 for more information. To receive beamed items 1. Ensure that infrared or Bluetooth wireless technology is activated and, for infrared, that the infrared ports are aligned. 2. The received item will be notified by a dialog box listing the item(s) received. When using Bluetooth you will also be asked to accept or reject the connection. 3. Select View to view item. Select Done to save the item in the Beamed inbox in Messages. Select Delete to delete the item. Memory Stick (expansion memory). SIM card, for phone numbers and associated names. See Copying contacts to and from the SIM card on page 106. Other memory-expansion alternatives available on the market.
Getting help and setting zoom
From the menu bar tap Edit > Help to get to the P910i help system or set the zoom level. The help system uses two views: The Topics view shows all available topics, for example both specific application topics and general topics. The Detail view presents the title and text of a single topic. The Topics view allows you to select a topic, which opens the detail view and displays the selected topic. In many dialog boxes you can select the Help icon upper right corner. in the
For settings that are application-specific, tap Edit > Preferences in the application menu bar. For generic settings, use Control panel.
Methods for storing data
Inserting symbols There are a number of ways to insert symbols with the P910i keyboard. Press the or keys to show additional symbols in the pre-edit box in the title area. Use the to access the coloured symbols on the keys. Holding down the key for a short time will generate the symbol selector table. To select a symbol use the Jog Dial by first scrolling through the rows, and select the row by pressing the Jog Dial inwards. Then use the Jog Dial to scroll within the row, and selecting the symbol by pressing the Jog Dial inwards. See Flip settings on page 167 how to specify which keyboard your P910i has.
SIM card lock
The SIM card lock protects your SIM card, not the P910i, against unauthorized use. It is unlocked by the PIN and PUK codes which you receive from your service provider. You can choose to have to unlock the SIM card every time you turn the P910i on, or to have the SIM card unlocked. Your PIN (Personal Identification Number) code consists of four to eight digits. If you activate the SIM card lock, the P910i will ask for the PIN code every time you turn it on. You unlock the SIM card by entering the PIN code. To activate the SIM card lock 1. Select
Control panel > Device > Locks.
2. Select a lock option. 3. Select Done. An error message informs you if a wrong PIN code has been entered. Usually, the SIM card will be blocked after three wrong attempts (the number of attempts is SIM-card dependent), and you need to enter the PUK code to unblock it. The PUK code consists of eight digits. When you have entered the right PUK code you must enter a new PIN code. You have ten attempts to enter the PUK code. If all ten attempts fail, the
Use the SIM card lock and the device lock to protect your SIM card and your P910i from unauthorized use. Use the keylock to prevent the keys from being accidentally pressed. Note You can usually make an emergency call without unlocking the P910i.
SIM card will be disabled and you need to contact your network operator. You cannot change the PUK code. PIN2 Some functions on the SIM card can be protected by a secondary code feature. Some SIM cards do not have a PIN2 lock. The PIN2 lock cannot be deactivated. The code can be changed by a user who knows the old code. The default device lock code is 0000. To activate the device lock 1. Select
2. Select a lock option. 3. Select Done. You can choose to have the P910i locked every time you turn it on, locked when the SIM card has been changed, or unlocked. It is also possible to use the device lock in combination with the Control panel > Device > screen saver. Just mark the checkbox Display > Screen > Screen saver device lock to have the device lock activated when the screen saver goes on. Note When using the screen saving device lock, make sure you have set the device lock to activate at Power on. Otherwise your P910i will be unprotected after Power on, until the screen saver goes on. Note You will not be able to browse the contents of your P910i from a PC, or synchronize items using the SyncStation, when the P910i device lock is enabled and active.
Call handling with the flip closed
With the flip closed, you can use either the keypad or the Jog Dial to handle calls.
To make a call Enter the phone number on the keypad and press the Jog Dial or press.
Press to delete a typed character. Press and hold delete all characters. Press and hold to To make a call using Contacts 1. Select on the standby screen. 2. Press the Jog Dial or to insert the international call prefix +.
Press and select Hide my number when you have entered the phone number, if you do not want to show your phone number to the party you are calling. Select Show my number, if you want to show it. If the called party is busy, a dialog box appears from which you can set your P910i to automatically retry to connect. To make a call using Speed dial Speed dial is a fast way to call one of your special numbers. See Set up speed dial numbers on page 48. 1. Press the key corresponding to the number of the speed dial contact. key. If a The speed dial name is shown above the picture is attached to the speed dial, the picture is also shown. 2. Press.
3. Scroll the list by rotating the Jog Dial and select a contact. 4. Scroll by rotating the Jog Dial and select the desired number. 5. Press the Jog Dial or. For more information, see Contacts on page 101. To make a call using voice control 1. There are various ways to make a call using voice control. Press and hold the Jog Dial. Press and hold. Say the Magic word. Press the call button on the headset. When the Magic word function is active, the appears in the status bar. icon
To make a call using the Call list 1. Select on the standby screen. 2. Press the Jog Dial or 4. Press the Jog Dial or
2. When you hear a short tone, say the voice command linked to the number you want to call. The P910i will connect you with the matching contact. You can use voice control when the P910i is handheld, used with a handsfree set (car or portable), or with a Bluetooth
3. Scroll the list by rotating the Jog Dial and select an entry.
wireless technology headset. Magic word cannot be used together with a Bluetooth wireless technology headset. Read more about this in Voice control on page 53. To make an emergency call Enter the emergency number on the keypad and press the Jog Dial. or Press and hold any of the keys from to to open your Contact list. Press again to reach the next letter. Additional key presses will add letters to your search. Press any digit followed by in the SIM phone book. Press to reach a phone number
for the last dialled number.
Usually, but not always, no SIM card or PIN code is required for emergency calls and you will be able to make the call as long as you have coverage from a GSM network. Check with your local provider to find out if emergency calls are possible without a SIM card, and which emergency call numbers are supported. To end a call Press , or press the Jog Dial. Shortcuts Press and hold to dial your voicemail. With the flip open, select Phone > Call voice mail. See Voicemail on page 56 on how to set up voicemail. Press any of the keys from to to call a speed dial number. Press followed by
When you receive a call, the name of the caller will be displayed if the calling party is in Contacts and the callers number is received from the network. If there is an associated picture it will also be shown in a small or large version. See Incoming call picture on page 53. You can select whether an ongoing program will remain active when you get an incoming call or if the Phone program shall interrupt it. For settings see Incoming call behaviour on page 57. To handle an incoming call You can press to answer the call or answer by voice control, see Voice control on page 53. You can press ring signal. to reject a call and press to silence the
twice to call the last dialled number.
An incoming call will bring up the following options: 1 Answer Answer the call.
2 Send Busy Reject the call. The calling party will hear a busy tone and the call will be logged as a rejected call. 3 Mute Silence the ring signal. The calling party will not notice that you have silenced the call. The call will be logged as a missed call. If a large picture of the caller fills the screen, you can press or use the Jog Dial to access the menu with the options above. Transfer sound Transfer the call to a Bluetooth wireless technology headset. Turn On/Off tones You can send DTMF tones with the keypad, Controlling tone-based services on page 49. Microphone mute On/Off Turn the microphone on or off. Copy number Copy a phone number to the clipboard. Paste number Paste a copied number to be used for the next call. Speakerphone On/Off You can use the P910i as a speakerphone. See Speakerphone on page 48. Applications Open another application, and, for example, paste a copied phone number into a Jotter entry. Press and hold Shortly press to mute the microphone during a call. again to reactivate the microphone.
2. Select a video clip in the list. Warning! The volume may be uncomfortably loud at the higher volume levels if the phone is close to your ear, or if you are using the stereo headset. Exposure to excessive volume levels may damage hearing. While a video clip plays, tap the screen to display the video clip in widescreen. Tap the screen again to go back. Specify the screen orientation in Edit > Preferences > Display.
To copy, delete or move multiple video clips In the list view, select the video clips you want to delete, move or copy, by selecting the check boxes beside the picture names. Then select Video > the command you want. To delete you can also use the Storage manager found in the Control panel. For more information, refer to Folders on page 28. To sort the video clips Select Edit and choose how you want to sort the video clips in the current folder. To record a clip using the CommuniCorder Press the camera button or select to activate the CommuniCorder application. takes you back to the list view. In this view you can send, rename, delete or move your video clips. Only the video clips saved in your P910i or on the Memory Stick (that is not streamed) can be handled in the detail view. To rename a video clip 1. Select Video > Rename clip. 2. Enter a video clip name > Done. Two or more video clips cannot have the same name. Tip Use the Folder function to organize all your video clips. To copy the current video clip to another folder, select Video >
Copy to, then select a folder from the list.
Video Edit Chat Edit Diving in the ocean Sports
Managing video clips
The detail view is intended for managing one clip at a time. You can play and pause the clip by tapping and , and stop by tapping. The slider under the video area shows the current play position within the clip. Tap and drag the slider to move to another position.
To view the video clip information Select Video > Info.
To delete a video clip 1. Select the video clip you want to delete. 2. Select Video > Delete clips.
Streaming is a data transfer method making multimedia available in real-time. You can, for example, listen to audio and watch video almost at the same time as it is sent. The data in the file is divided into small packets that are sent in a continuous flow, a stream.You can then begin viewing the file from the beginning as the rest of the packets are sent. The short delay at the start is to enable a small amount of data to be buffered. Your P910i can receive streaming multimedia.
If you play sound tracks remotely, for example music on an Internet site, a view similar to the detail view displays. The commands you find in this view are similar to those in the Detail view.
Artist: Album: Filename: Aeroplane Date and Size: 6:02pm, 21/06/04 Duration: 3:35
Managing track folders
In the track-folder view, the Music player plays the MP3 files of the selected folder. (With one exception, the All folder. If you select this folder, all MP3 files in all music folders will be played.) Using the folder function you can create new folders for sound tracks. You can create folders on the Memory Stick. You can also use several Memory Sticks for your music, for example. In any Music player view, you can create a new folder using the
Edit Folders command in the folder menu. Then you move or
copy your sound files to the new folder. You can add more folders with sounds as long as there is memory available. You can also sort the files using commands in the Edit menu.
You can choose if you want all types of sound files to be displayed in the file list view, or if you want to display only a certain type of sound file. To select sound file types 1. Select Edit > Preferences from the file list view. 2. Check the boxes next to the sound files you want to include in the track folders and tap Done.
Saving sound files
When you receive sound files in other applications, such as email and multimedia messages, you activate the viewer in your P910i. From the viewer you can then save the sound file to your P910i. To save a track from another application 1. Tap the save (floppy disk) icon or select Music and tap Save. 2. Select the folder you want to save the track in and tap Save.
Sending and receiving sound files
You can send and receive sound files using Send as. See Sending and receiving items on page 30.
Internet, the P910i browser, to:
services it might be necessary to set up a WAP account in the
Control panel as well. See Getting started with Internet and
Connect to the Internet to view and access Web and WAP pages. Receive and view Push messages from your WAP service provider. Download Java applications, images and audio. The browser can open Web pages that use Java script or frames, but functions that use Java script in the Web page will not work properly. You can save bookmarks to viewed pages, to be able to access them easily. You can also save pages in the P910i for off-line viewing. The browser uses folders for categorising information. The folders used are bookmarks, saved pages, signed documents, and Push messages. Push messages is a service that gives you notifications about, for example, weather forecasts, sport results, and stock quotes. The notification is sent to you as a message that contains a WAP link to the site with the information you subscribe to. Before you can use Internet, you need to set up an Internet account in the Control panel. If you intend to use certain WAP
To personalize the ring melody for a contact Contacts with a personalized ring melody are shown in Personal ring type in the folders menu. 1. Against Ring Tone, select Find sound from the drop-down menu. 2. If required, change folder. 3. Select the required sound. 4. Tap and to preview the sound. 5. Tap Select to set this sound for the contact. Note The selected ring melody will only be played if the network provides a CLI (Calling Line Identity) to enable the contact to be identified, otherwise the Default Melody will be played. Note If the ring melody selected for this contact is later deleted or moved, the Default Melody will be played. To change the details of a contact 1. Select a contact. 2. Select Edit > Edit contact, or tap the tab. 3. Change the desired information. When applicable, select from the drop-down menus. To delete a contact 1. Select the contact.
To remove a picture, select the picture and select Delete image.
2. Select Contacts > Delete contact. To create or edit a contact on the SIM card 1. Select SIM from the Folders menu. 2. Create or edit the contact as described above. All options are, however, not available for the SIM card contacts. 4. Follow the instructions, for example, select a folder or a sending method. 5. Tap Done or Yes to confirm the action. To search for an entry containing specific text 1. Select Contacts > Find. 2. Enter the text string you wish to search for. 3. Select either In all fields or In Names & Company and tap Find. 4. When the search is complete, all results will be displayed. Note Searching is not case sensitive and you do not have to enter an entire word to locate a matching entry.
You can use Contacts manager to move contacts between the folders, send contacts as a Vcard to another device, or to delete them. You can also send or delete contacts on the SIM card with the Contacts manager. See Sending and receiving items on page 30 for information about how to receive contacts from another device. To move, send or delete a contact 1. Select Contacts > Contacts manager. 2. Select the contacts you want to manage. (If required, change folder from the Folders menu. Selecting All will show all the contacts from all the folders except the SIM. Clicking the Select all check box will select all the contacts in the current folder.) 3. Select Send / Move / Delete.
Set the P910i in PC connect mode for Synchronization. Installation of software. Backup and restore. Set the P910i in Modem mode when using P910i as a modem. Dial-up network wizard. You should disable the USB cable connection in these two cases. In your PC select Start > Settings > Control Panel > Phone Monitor Options > COM Ports and disable the COM port to which the cable is connected. 3. Set the port state to On or On for 10 minutes. You can also change the infrared port state with the flip closed, in the Connections application. To activate the infrared port on the PC 1. Right click in the status area to the right on the taskbar. 2. Select Properties 3. Select the Infrared check box 4. Click Close. Note Clear the Infrared check box when ready.
Send and receive
You can send items via the infrared port, beam, in any application if there is a Send as command. To send, select Infrared. If you receive a beamed item, a dialog box appears with three options: Delete, View or Done. Delete deletes the item; View opens the associated application which shows the item; Done saves it in the Beamed folder in Messages.
Connection via Infrared port
When connecting via the infrared port, make sure that both devices are placed within one metre from each other and that the infrared ports have a free line of sight between them. Both your P910i and the device you connect to must have their infrared ports activated before communication can begin. To activate the infrared port on the P910i 1. Go to Control panel > Connections > Infrared. 2. Set the P910i to PC connect or Modem as required.
Connection via Bluetooth wireless technology
You can connect your P910i to other products equipped with Bluetooth wireless technology, for example PCs, car handsfree devices, or other mobile phones, and exchange data. Since Bluetooth wireless technology is radio-based, there does not have to be a free line of sight between transmitting and receiving devices. This means that your P910i can stay in your pocket while communicating. However, items between transmitting and receiving devices might weaken the signal. Connection to another device can be made within a range of up to 10 metres. Obstructions between the transmitting devices will have an effect on the performance. For all tasks, except beaming, it is necessary that you first set up a permanent and trusted relationship between your P910i and the other device. This process is called pairing (other documentation may refer to it as bonding). The paired devices are remembered by your P910i even after you have turned it off so you do not need to repeat the process for every connection with those devices. The reason for pairing is to simplify future connections and to make them secure only paired devices can connect to your P910i.
set if your P910i should be Visible by other devices or not. See Bluetooth on page 153 for more information on Bluetooth wireless technology settings. The Bluetooth wireless technology operation mode can also be changed with the flip closed, through the Connections application. When the Bluetooth wireless technology is activated, appears on the screen and the left indicator light on top of your P910i flashes blue.
To let your P910i initiate pairing with another device, such as a headset 1. In Control panel > Connections> Bluetooth > Settings, set Bluetooth to On. Make sure Visible to other devices is selected. 2. Set the other device to be on or discoverable. 3. In the Devices tab, tap Add. Your P910i searches for all devices in the vicinity and lists them. All enabled devices that are visible to others within range, are shown with their name and icon. You can use Show: to restrict the list to one category (only PC, for example). Paired devices that are within range are shown with regular text. Non-paired devices that are within range are shown with their names in italics.
Activating Bluetooth wireless technology
Activate Bluetooth wireless technology on your P910i in Control panel > Connections > Bluetooth > Settings. Set Bluetooth to On, and
Devices that are within range but unknown are shown with a preset name. 4. Select the device you want your P910i to pair with, and enter a passcode when asked for it. When the passcode is accepted, the pairing process is complete, see Passcodes on page 138. 5. If in the future you want to allow a paired device to connect to your P910i without you explicitly approving each connection, you should select Control panel > Connections > Bluetooth > Devices, then select a device and the check box Allow to connect without confirmation. To let another device initiate pairing with your P910i 1. In Control panel > Connections > Bluetooth > Settings, set Bluetooth to On. 2. Follow the other devices manual to initiate pairing. 3. When asked for a passcode, enter the same on both devices. 4. If in the future you want to allow a paired device to connect to your P910i without you explicitly approving each connection you should select Control panel > Connections > Bluetooth > Devices, select a device and the check box Allow to connect without confirmation. Tip You can change the name of a paired device. When you pair with other Bluetooth wireless technology enabled phones, it is very useful to include the user's name as part of the device name. This will make it very easy to beam information to the desired recipients.
On the Location tab Set Current country/region and Current city to your current location. Set Other country/region and Other city to an alternative location (for example your home location if you are abroad). If the city you want is not listed, select another city in the desired time zone. On the Numbers tab Set the decimal separator and thousands separator you desire.
Locks contains options for activating the locks on the device, the SIM card and the keys on the keypad, and for changing the lock codes, see P910i locks on page 37.
Use these settings to set the locations shown in Time, as well as the units for distances, numerical separators, and how currency values should be shown.There are two tabs: Location and Numbers.
Sounds and alerts
Use these settings to control sounds and alerts of your P910i. Calls tab Sets ring tones and volume. Messages tab Sets notification alerts for messages. Other tab Sets button and screen clicks, reminders, alarms, and other notifications.
You can choose to use any sound recording or audio file. You can select ring signals that are stored on your phone or on a Memory Stick. If the selected file is later deleted or moved, the Default Melody will be played instead. To listen to the selected ringtone or alert 1. Tap the icon to listen to the signal. 2. Tap again to stop playback. To change the default ring tone or alert 1. Tap the drop-down menu. 2. Select Default Melody for the P910i default or Find sound to select a new one. 3. If required, change folder. 4. Select the required sound 5. Tap and to preview the sound. 6. Tap Select to set this sound. Warning! The volume may be uncomfortably loud at the higher volume levels if the phone is close to your ear. Exposure to excessive volume may damage hearing. To set vibrating alert, silent mode, speakerphone, or mute the microphone Tap the volume icon on the status bar.
These settings set incoming call alerts. For more information see Ring signals on page 145. You may personalize the ring melodies further for individual contacts, see To change the details of a contact on page 105. Ring (voice) Select a ring signal for incoming voice calls. Ring (voice) line 2 Select a ring signal for incoming voice calls. Ring (data) Select a ring signal for incoming data calls. Ring volume Set the preferred sound level for handheld, handsfree and car use. Increasing ring Select the checkbox to use increasing ring signals. This disables the other volume settings.
Enter the Internet address of your access point. The address is supplied by your service provider.
Authentication is used by some network operators to identify the mobile phone connecting to their GPRS network. There are different methods, or protocols, for doing this. Normal: PAP (Password Authentication Protocol). The user's username and password are transmitted over the network in an unencrypted form. Secure: CHAP (Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol). The user's username and password are never transmitted over the network. None: No authentication is required by the network operator. QoS
The settings on this tab deal with IP and DNS addresses. The DNS address uniquely identifies your Internet Service Provider (ISP)'s computers, which your P910i uses to connect to the Internet. Your P910i can normally fetch these addresses automatically from most ISPs. If, after setting up an Internet account, you cannot connect to the Internet and you suspect these addresses are incorrect, ask your ISP for their primary and secondary DNS addresses. An IP address consists of four 3-digit boxes and valid input is between 000 and 255 in each box. A proxy server is a computer connected between your P910i and the computer you communicate with. This arrangement can be used for connections to Remote Sync servers, or within a company network. If this setting is needed, your company's Information Services department or Remote Sync provider must give you instructions. If your ISP supports Point to Point Protocol (PPP) extensions, you can select the Enable PPP extensions check box. PPP extensions allow your P910i to provide features such as encryption, which increases the security of your Internet connection.
Check with your network operator before changing any of the QoS (Quality of Service) settings. The settings Precedence, Delay, Peak rate, and Mean rate are all by default set to Subscribed, which means that your operators default QoS (Quality of Service) values will apply. Reliability is set as Class 3 by default.
New Dial-Up or High-Speed Dial-Up account Your Internet Service Provider (ISP) supplies you with your User name, your Password, and their Phone number, which your P910i dials to connect to the Internet. If you have a High-Speed DialUp account with your network operator you can increase the speed of your connection by making settings on the Speed tab under Advanced.
Tip To avoid having to change the phone number when you travel abroad: enter the international dialling prefix (for example '+') and the appropriate country code for your ISP. For some accounts you may also need to make advanced settings. Select Advanced and enter settings on the tabs as described below
Dial-Up and High-Speed Dial-Up Advanced tabs
Dial-Up and High-Speed Dial-Up Advanced tabs Select the check box Post connect terminal if: The login script of the account that you are setting up requires that you input certain information or you will need to respond to prompts from the Internet accounts. You are connecting to a Dial-Up account that uses Secure Access generated by a separate smart card or password generator.
To define P910i as a modem
To set up a CSD (GSM Data) or HSCSD connection you will need to install your P910i as a modem manually.
To set up a Dial-Up entry for CSD or HSCSD 1. On the PC, open the Control Panel. 2. Choose to install a new modem. 3. Choose your P910i as the modem. 4. Select the port where the P910i is connected. 5. Confirm the selection. A new DUN connection has been created.
GPRS - connection information
Icons on the status bar let you overview the information on data connection calls. A combined signal strength and GPRS signal icon provides information on the GPRS service status. The GPRS connection status appears above the signal strength icon. There are three states for the icon, unavailable , available and attached. The HSCSD/CSD and GPRS icons are displayed during a data connection. Where GPRS is suspended, for example, the. GPRS suspended state is indicated by a combined icon There are three states for the GPRS icon: Active , active transferring data (alternates between and ) and suspended. Any data transfer either received or sent activates the GPRS active icon for 5 seconds.
To connect using a DUN entry created by the wizard 1. If you are connecting by cable, set your P910i to Modem cable connection mode, see Cable on page 154. 2. Use any conventional method to make a connection: Click the Desktop shortcut created by the wizard. Select the entry from within the system DUN folder. Run an application that has built-in support for using DUN entries (for example a browser or email client).
When you select the data connection icon, during an active data connection, a menu appears with the choices Information and Disconnect. Select Information to view information on the connection. Select Disconnect to end the connection.
GPRS status information
When the signal strength icon is selected, network, GPRS status information and, if applicable, GPRS error text appear. To reset the log of an account 1. Select an account in the list. 2. Select GPRS data log > Reset. To delete or reset the log of several accounts 1. Select the check boxes of the accounts in the list to be deleted or reset. 2. Select GPRS data log > Reset or GPRS data log > Delete. Session data When the connection is deactivated, for example when the current Internet account is disconnected, the total data sent and received in the last session is displayed. The information is displayed for a couple of seconds. To dismiss the information when the flip is closed, press.
GPRS data log
A new GPRS data log entry is created when a GPRS account establishes a connection for the first time. It does not wait for transfer data. If there is an existing data log associated with the current GPRS connection, this is updated. The GPRS data log shows a list of GPRS Internet accounts. Where one account is active or suspended, the relevant status icon is displayed to the left of the account. To view information on an account 1. Select an account in the list. 2. Information on the account is shown. The data log is updated dynamically. Buttons allow you to delete or reset the current data. These buttons are disabled during an active or suspended connection. To delete the log for an account 1. Select an account in the list. 2. Select GPRS data log > Delete.
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P910i Connectivity Guide
Version 1.1, 8 Sep 2004
(Typically SEMC DSS-20 Sync Station or Unknown Device) 2) Synchronization via Sync Station (DSS-25) 2.1 Installing Driver for Sync Station (DSS-25) Connect Sync Station (DSS-25) to the PC through the USB port with the PC Suite CD-ROM in the CD drive. PC will notify of a new hardware found. Follow the instructions of Found New Hardware Wizard and install the driver found in the Sony Ericsson PC Suite CD-ROM. A P910i icon will be created on the PCs desktop upon successful installation of driver.
Click Update Driver to open the Hardware Update Wizard. Follow the wizard instructions. Connecting P910i to PC via Sync Station (DSS-25) Power on the P910i and plug it into the Sync Station. Make sure it is on PC connect status. [Control panel > cable > PC Connect selected] Double click on the P910i icon created on the PCs desktop. The Phone Connection Wizard will guide through to identify your new P910i. When prompted, give your P910i a name you can identify with. Backup of P910i can be done now. Check the options in which you like to synchronize between your P910i and your default mail client (e.g.: Microsoft Outlook).
I. Synchronization with
There are 3 ways to make a local synchronization. Via Sync Station (DSS-25) Via Bluetooth wireless technology Via infrared
PC e-mails, contacts, tasks & jotter.
If the drivers for the USB Sync Station has not been installed even after following the steps above, 1) Installing PC Suite (compulsory for all ways of synchronization) Insert PC Suite CD-ROM into CD drive. Select preferred language and proceed on to the Sony Ericsson PC Suite setup. The InstallShield Wizard will guide you through the rest of the installation. I. II. Insert the PC Suite CD provided. Right-click My Computer, click Properties, click the Hardware tab, and then click Device Manager Double-click the type of device you want to update or change. (typically Ports (COM & LPT) or Other Devices) Right-click the specific device driver you want to update or change.
* To specify a default e-mail client, go to [Start > Settings > Control Panel > Internet Options > Programs > Select preferred e-
mail client at the e-mail field.
Start synchronizing by clicking on the Synchronize option at the Programs menu bar. [Start > Programs > Sony Ericsson > P910i > Synchronize]
3) Synchronization via Bluetooth wireless technology You would need a Bluetooth device to be installed on your PC into order for your P910i to communicate with your PC via Bluetooth. Please refer to your Bluetooth device manual for installation on your PC. The P910i can then paired with this device via Bluetooth wireless communication link. 3.1 Configuring Bluetooth Serial Port The Bluetooth Serial Port service allows a remote Bluetooth device to establish a wireless serial connection with the computer. The wireless serial connection may be used by the PC applications as though a physical serial cable is connected to the devices. For synchronization via Bluetooth, two COM Ports will be used. One from the Bluetooth Local Services, the other from the Bluetooth Client Application. Activate and pair-up the Bluetooth connectivity of the P910i and PC. in the From the Bluetooth icon system tray, right click it and select Setup, then Configuration, then click the Local Services tab. If you do not have the setup option, choose the Advanced Configuration and then click Local Services tab. Next, right-click the Sony Ericsson Under the column Service Name, you will see Bluetooth Serial Port listed. This will have a COM Port assigned to it. Note the COM Port number the Bluetooth Serial Port is using. For example COM4. Under the Client Applications tab, checked Bluetooth Serial Port COM number exists. E.g. COM13. and select PC Suite tray icon Properties. Tick the COM Port found in step 3.1. E.g.: COM4. Then click Close. This will link up the Phone link connection with the Bluetooth Serial Port COM under Local Services tab as mentioned in 3.1. 3.3 Connecting in From My Bluetooth Places, find the P910is Bluetooth device and right click on the P910i Bluetooth Serial Port icon to connect. Check to see that the COM Port number associated with this connection is the same as the COM Port number under the Client Applications tab mentioned at the end of 3.1. E.g.: COM13. If the PC prompts you for the Bluetooth Pin Code, type in any 4 digits. Your P910i will then prompts you to enter the Pin Code again. Type in the same number you have type in your PC previously. PC will show a dialogue box that the P910i is connecting. P910i will show Connection Request: PC is trying to connect in order to transfer an entry. Select Accept. PC will show Bluetooth authorization Requested. Click OK to allow access to services on computer.
Setting up the Phone Connection Link, Make sure icon is present.
PC will show Bluetooth Service Authorization, Click OK. PC notification will show Bluetooth device is attempting to establish a serial connection with this computer. PC will show Bluetooth connection successful, Bluetooth Serial Port COM0 is now configured to connect to the device P910i. You will then receive an error notification My Bluetooth Serial Port Connection failed: the remote device closed the connection. This is normal. Click OK. Next you will see the Phone Connection Link icon change from to as the P910i connects back to the PC. This indicates that the P910i is linked to the PC and is ready for Synchronization. Open the Sony Ericsson PC Suite Software and start using the application. [Start > Programs > Sony Ericsson > P910i > Synchronize] 4) Synchronization Via Infrared 4.1 Settings for P910i infrared First, make sure that the P910i infrared setting is set to PC Connect status and activate it by turning it on. You can do this by [Control Panel > Connections tab > Infrared > select PC Connect & On] 4.2 Infrared Connection Link Right click on the Phone Connection on your system tray Link icon and click Properties. The Link Properties window appear and uncheck all options except for the Infrared Connection port. At this moment keep in mind to have the P910i near the infrared of the PC for optimum connectivity. Upon successfully configured the linking, you will notice that the status for the infrared connection turns Connected in the Link Properties window. Start synchronizing by going to [Start > Programs > Sony Ericsson > P910i > Synchronize]
II. Connecting through wireless with P910i as a
P910i contains a complete GSM/GPRS modem, so it can be use to connect the PC to the Internet or corporate intranet. P910i appears to the laptop like a normal modem. The connection over the air can be by any of the bearers that your P910i supports: GPRS HSCSD (High-speed Circuit Switched Data) CSD (Circuit Switched Data) There are 3 ways to connect the P910i modem to the PC: Via Bluetooth (The PC will need to have the BT device)
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Via Sync Station (DSS-25)
I. II. III.
Sony Ericsson P910i Series Bluetooth Modem Sony Ericsson P910i Series IR Modem Sony Ericsson P910i Series Serial Modem. Select the Modems > Properties > Diagnostics > Query Modem; to make sure that the modem is functioning and the COM port assignment is correct. If modem is working, it will be indicated as SUCCESSFUL. If drivers are not present on PC, go to Control Panel > Phone and Modem Options > Add. This is to add the P910i modem drivers. Follow the hardware Wizard to Install New Modem. If the drivers are not present in the Manufacturer section under Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications, place the Sony Ericsson PC Suite CD and search for the drivers there. After installation, verified under diagnostics that the modem is working.
Ensure that the P910i modem is installed and recognized by the PC, tested to be working. Set P910i to modem mode and link to PC via Infrared, Bluetooth or Sync Station (DSS-25). Mobile Phone icon will be shown if Monitor phone is connected. Follow through the Dialup Wizard to set up for dialing through GPRS, CSD/HSCSD. Alternatively:
Before activating the modem function, COM Ports used for synchronization with PC under , should the Phone Link Connection icon be released to free these ports for modem connections. * Right click COM Ports , > Properties > Uncheck the
If infrared modem is used, on P910i, Control Panel > Infrared status: Set Infrared status to Modem. If Sync Station (DSS-25) is used, on P910i, Control Panel > Cable: Set Cable status to Modem. 1) Installing the modem driver on PC On PC, go to Control Panel > Phone and modem option > modems. Check to see that the P910i Modems are installed. The drivers are:
2) Dial-up connection You can use the Dial-up Networking Wizard provided by the Sony Ericsson Communication Suite.
To create the dialup on PC, go to Control Panel, Network Connections, Create New connection. Specify to do a dialup connection. Select the modem to be used in dialup. In the dialup number, use *99***n# where n is the CID number associated with the APN setup. n could be 1 or 2 or 3. E.g.: Put *99***1#, to point to CID = 1; Put *99***2#, to point to CID =2.
3) Dialing-up Do the dial-up to activate Internet access services. Subscriber will have to ensure that they have the Internet access service via modem activated. If you have 2 connections in your PC, go to Tools > Internet options > Connections and choose the correct dial-up connection. If you are using LAN, make sure you uncheck the LAN option in the LAN settings first, before you choose the dial-up connection. Launch your preferred Internet browser. ask about automatic configuration settings that can be done over the air. [Over The Air (OTA) configuration]. That is, the configuration will be sent to you by the operator network via some simple steps. The simple steps typically will contain some simple text instructions to be send via SMS or subscriber needs to access the operators web site to trigger an OTA configuration. You can also find auto-configuration messages at www.SonyEricsson.com/support. With the necessary service subscription from your operator and the configured P900, you will have access to services like WAP over CSD/GPRS and Internet connectivity. Ensure that Bluetooth dongle is activated at the PC. Go to P910is [Control panel > Connection > Bluetooth]. Set it to on mode and visible to other devices. Go to the Devices tab and click Add. It will then search for your PCs Bluetooth signal. Search for your PCs name and select it. You will be prompt to key in a passkey. *It can be any passkey that you desire. Select Done. Your PC will then prompt to enter the same passkey entered previously at the P910i. Click OK. You have successfully made a connection between the PC and P910i. You can now transfer your media from your PC by right clicking on the media [Send to > Bluetooth > *your P910i] 2) Via Sync Station Ensure that P910i is properly sat and connected on your Sync Station. Proceed by clicking the P910i icon, on your desktop. You will then be shown the phone icon, double click on it and do the same with the memory icon. P910i icon
III. Internet Configuration
MMS, GPRS and WAP
IV. Mobile Media
transferring audios, images, documents and videos
1) Via Bluetooth
Check with your service provider for information or contact their support desks to
Phone icon Memory icon You can then begin to sync your preferred images, audios, documents and videos from your PC to your P910i by simply dragging the respective files into their designated folder. You can now view your files through your P910is Pictures, Video Music Player or Viewer application instantaneously. 3) Via Infrared Make a connection between your PC and your P910i through infrared. You can now transfer your media from your PC by right click on the Media > Send to > Infrared > *your P910i some important differences exist both in hardware and software. 1) New Software Stellant viewers used in P900 are removed in P910i, with QuickOffice viewers added for Word, Excel and PDF. The Word and Excel viewers will also support editing. A PowerPoint viewer is available on the Multimedia CD. New image formats. New Themes. 2) Memory The available user memory is now upgraded to 64 MB. The total flash memory has been increased from 48 MB RAM up to 96 MB RAM. P910i has now enhanced Memory Stick Pro support with up to 1GB. (Parallel mode not supported). 3) Browser Improvements With Narrow Layout, you can now reformat a web page to fit the width of the screen. This means you dont have to scroll pages horizontally. Jog Dial can be used to browse the Internet. Scan text function can be used to find the way to your favourite Web page spots. 4) Email Improvements The push email system is a method of pushing or forwarding email to mobile devices as soon as it reaches the email server. There is an increasing trend towards push solutions for mobile access to corporate emails, and P910i is well prepared for these solutions and a rich set of 3rd party applications are available from company such as Extended Systems, Intellisync, JP Mobile, Research in Motion (RIM)/Blackberry, Seven, Smartner and Visto. With the Push Email System: It allows emails to be delivered the same way as SMS or MMS. This means it has the freedom to send, receive, forward or delete your emails anytime and anywhere It assures you peace of mind with high data security. With Triple DES (Data Encryption Standard) security, it ensures your emails remains encrypted at all times between your P910i and your corporate email server. It works alongside your existing corporate email server to manage all incoming and outgoing emails, and pushes the latest emails received to your P910i when you are out of office. Being GPRS-based, it is Always on, Always connected. It works in tandem with your office email server to push all the latest emails to you, which you can reply to instantly.
V. New Features including
flip keyboard, push email system.
The Sony Ericsson P910i is based on the P900 Smartphone. This means that to a large extent they have the same features, but
5) Flip keyboard Located on the inside of the flip, P910i now has a new keyboard similar in design to that of a standard computer keyboard enhancing text input in all Flip Open Applications. These are versions of keyboard layout: QWERTY: Mainly for languages like English, Spanish, Italian, and many more. QWERTZ: For languages like German, Hungarian and Polish. Others: For languages like French (AZERTY), Russian and Greek. Added languages for Chinese version like Chinese Simplified and Chinese Traditional.
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