Basic use

Create contact

You can save your contacts in your phone's address book. You can save additional information to a contact such as email address and personal ring tone.

Just so you know...

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Open the address book
Press the contacts icon.
Create contact
Press the new contact icon.
Select address book
Press the drop down list below "New contact".
Press Phone.
If you select Phone, the contact is created in your phone's address book.
If you select SIM, the contact is created on your SIM.
If you select an account, the contact is attached to this account but is also displayed on your phone.
Enter name
Press Name and key in the required name.
Enter phone number
Press Phone and key in the required phone number.
Press the drop down list next to the phone number.
Press the required number type.
If you key in the phone number with a + followed by the country code, you can also call contacts in the address book when you're abroad.
Enter email address
Press E-mail and key in the required email address.
Press the drop down list next to the email address.
Press the required email type.
Add more information
You can add more information to the contact. The following steps show two examples:
Assign picture, go to 7a.
Assign ring tone, go to 7b.
7a - Assign picture
Press the picture icon.
To take a new picture:
Press Take photo.
Point the camera lens at the required object and press the camera icon.
Press OK.
To assign an existing picture:
Press Select from Gallery.
Go to the required folder.
Press the required picture.
Drag the frame to the required position to select the required detail.
Press OK.
7b - Assign ring tone
Press the field below "RINGTONE".
Press the different ring tones to listen to them.
Once you've found a ring tone you like, press OK.
Save contact
Press Save.
Return to the home screen
Press the home icon to return to the home screen.
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