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  • 1. s Getting tarted October 2005 Modem functionality Mobile connectivity
  • 2. Getting started Modem functionality Contents Introduction ............................................................................................... 3 Before you start ......................................................................................... 3 System requirements ............................................................................. 4 Overview of instructions ............................................................................ 4 Installing the PC Suite software ................................................................. 5 Install from the CD ................................................................................. 5 Download from the Web and install ....................................................... 5 Setting up the USB cable modem ............................................................. 6 Setting up the infrared modem .................................................................. 6 Setting up the Bluetooth™ modem ........................................................... 7 Creating a dial-up connection to your Internet service provider ............... 8 Troubleshooting ......................................................................................... 8 2 October 2005
  • 3. Getting started Modem functionality Introduction Your phone has a built-in modem. You can use it to connect a computer to your Internet Service Provider (ISP) to browse the Internet or manage your email messages. Instruction symbols The following instruction symbols may appear in this Getting started guide: Note Indicates that a service or function is network- or subscription-dependent. Contact your network operator for details. % See also page ... } Use the selection keys or the navigation key to scroll and select. Press the navigation key centre. Press the navigation key up. Press the navigation key down. Press the navigation key to the left. Press the navigation key to the right. Before you start The instructions in this document focus on how to set up a computer running Microsoft® Windows 2000, Windows XP Home or Windows XP Professional using a GPRS connection to access the Internet. Before you set up your computer and start using the modem, make sure you have the following: • 3G (UMTS) or GSM phone subscription that supports GPRS or High Speed Data. • Phone subscription that covers Internet browsing. If you are not sure whether you have this, please contact your network operator. • Data account (WAP configuration) set up in your phone. See your phone user guide and your 3G (UMTS) or GSM operator’s subscription information for details. You can also use the phone setup on www.SonyEricsson.com/support to have all necessary WAP settings sent to your phone in a text message (SMS). 3 October 2005
  • 4. Getting started Modem functionality System requirements The Sony Ericsson PC Suite with Communication Center software for your phone series is designed to work with Windows 2000 (SP3/SP4), Windows XP Home and Windows XP Pro (SP1/SP2). The general system requirements are: At least 400 MB free hard disk space. Internet Explorer 5.0 or later has to be installed. • Windows 2000 with SP3 or SP4: 64 MB RAM, 266 MHz • Windows XP (Home and Professional) with SP1 or SP2: 128 MB RAM, 300 MHz Overview of instructions Set up your phone as a modem in just 3 simple steps! Install the software Set up the modem Create a connection to your Internet service provider • Use the CD that comes with • Use a USB cable % 6 Setting % 8 Creating a dial-up connection the phone % 5 Install from the up the USB cable modem. to your Internet service provider. CD. - or - - or - • Use infrared % 6 Setting up • Download from the Web % 5 the infrared modem. Download from the Web and install. - or - • Use Bluetooth % 7 Setting up the Bluetooth™ modem. 4 October 2005
  • 5. Getting started Modem functionality Installing the PC Suite software The Sony Ericsson Communication Center provides the possibility to create networking connections on your computer. The Communication Center software is included in the PC Suite that you find on the CD that comes with your phone. You can also go to www.SonyEricsson.com/support to download the PC Suite. Before installation: Uninstall any applications on your computer previously used to communicate with mobile phones, such as synchronization software. Install from the CD To install PC Suite from the CD 1. Insert the CD that came with the phone. The CD should start automatically, if not: click Start/Run... and type in D:/start.exe and click OK ( D: is the CD drive letter on the system). 2. Select language. 3. Click Install in the PC Suite section. 4. InstallShield Wizard: Click Next to continue the installation. 5. InstallShield Wizard: Read and accept the licence agreement, then click Next. 6. InstallShield Wizard: Select Complete as setup type, then click Next. 7. InstallShield Wizard: Click Install to begin the installation. 8. InstallShield Wizard: Click Finish to exit the wizard. - or - Download from the Web and install To download the latest version of the PC Suite software 1. In your Internet browser, go to www.SonyEricsson.com/support. 2. Select a region and country. 3. Select a phone from the list or enter your phone model in the text field. 4. Select Software downloads. 5. Select Sony Ericsson PC Suite X.X.X under PC Suite. 6. Select Download and save the file to your computer. To install the PC Suite 1. Double-click on the downloaded PC Suite file. 2. Select language. 3. Click Install in the PC Suite section. 4. InstallShield Wizard: Click Next to continue the installation. 5. InstallShield Wizard: Read and accept the licence agreement, then click Next. 6. InstallShield Wizard: Select Complete as setup type, then click Next. 7. InstallShield Wizard: Click Install to begin the installation. 8. InstallShield Wizard: Click Finish to exit the wizard. 5 October 2005
  • 6. Getting started Modem functionality Setting up the USB cable modem The Sony Ericsson USB cable that comes with the phone can be used to connect a computer to your phone. When connecting the USB cable to use the phone as a modem, select Phone mode in the pop-up that appears in the phone. To set up the USB cable modem 1. Open the Communication Center from the Sony Ericsson PC Suite. 2. Select Tools/Device Wizard... in the Communication Center. 3. Detect Device Wizard: Click Next to continue. 4. Detect Device Wizard: Select USB as connection type, then click Next. 5. Detect Device Wizard: Connect the USB cable to your phone and the computer, select Phone mode in the phone. 6. Detect Device Wizard: Click Next. (If the Next button is dimmed, disconnect the USB cable and start over from step 5.) 7. Please select a device: Click OK. 8. Detect Device Wizard: Click Next. 9. Detect Device Wizard: Click Finish to close the wizard. The USB cable modem has now been set up, to create a dial-up connection % 8 Creating a dial-up connection to your Internet service provider Setting up the infrared modem If your phone has infrared technology capabilities you can connect your phone to a computer and use the phone as a modem via infrared. The infrared device in the computer must be installed (see the manufacturer’s product documentation) and working properly before you start the installation procedures below. The procedures, terms, application names, and so on, may differ depending on the brand and model of the infrared device in your computer. Refer to the manufacturer’s product documentation. To connect your phone to a computer via infrared 1. Phone: Turn on infrared: } Settings } the Connectivity tab } Infrared port } On. 2. Computer: If necessary, activate the infrared port. 3. Phone: Place the phone close to the computer so that the infrared ports are facing each other. To set up the infrared modem 1. Open the Communication Center from the Sony Ericsson PC Suite. 2. Proceed with step 3 when No Device Detected is showing in the Communication Center, otherwise % 8 Creating a dial-up connection to your Internet service provider . 6 October 2005
  • 7. Getting started Modem functionality 3. Select Tools/Device Wizard... in the Communication Center. 4. Detect Device Wizard: Click Next to continue. 5. Detect Device Wizard: Select IR as connection type, then click Next. 6. Detect Device Wizard: Place the phone close to the computer so that the infrared ports are facing each other. 7. Detect Device Wizard: Wait until the Communication Center has found your phone, then click Next. 8. Detect Device Wizard: Click Next. 9. Detect Device Wizard: Click Finish to close the wizard. The infrared modem has now been set up, to create a dial-up connection % 8 Creating a dial-up connection to your Internet service provider . Setting up the Bluetooth™ modem If your phone has Bluetooth™ wireless technology capabilities you can connect your phone to a computer and use the phone as a modem via Bluetooth. The Bluetooth device in the computer must be installed (see the manufacturer’s product documentation) and working properly before you start the installation procedures below. The procedures, terms, application names, and so on, may differ depending on the brand and model of the Bluetooth device in your computer. Refer to the manufacturer’s product documentation. To connect your phone to a computer via Bluetooth 1. Phone: Turn on Bluetooth: } Settings } the Connectivity tab } Bluetooth } Turn on. 2. Computer: If necessary, activate the Bluetooth. 3. Computer: Double-click on the Bluetooth icon in the system tray. 4. Computer: Select Bluetooth/Search For Devices. 5. Computer: Right-click on the icon with your phone’s name and select Pair device. 6. Computer: Enter a PIN code (choose one or more digits), then click OK . 7. Phone: When Add to My devices? shows, } Yes. 8. Phone: Enter the same PIN code as in step 6 and } OK. 9. Computer: Double-click on the icon with your phone’s name. 10. Computer: Double-click on the Serial Port icon. 11. Phone: When Allow? shows, } Yes and then } Always allow . 12. Computer: Click OK . To set up the Bluetooth modem Open the Communication Center from the Sony Ericsson PC Suite. The Bluetooth modem has now been set up, to create a dial-up connection % 8 Creating a dial-up connection to your Internet service provider . 7 October 2005
  • 8. Getting started Modem functionality Creating a dial-up connection to your Internet service provider You have to select a default profile to be able to connect to the Internet via 3G (UMTS) or GPRS. The procedure is the same irrespective of if you have a 3G (UMTS) or GPRS connection. First make sure you have the correct Internet settings in the phone. Contact your Service Provider or use the Phone Setup on www.SonyEricsson.com/support to get the required WAP settings for your phone. To select a default profile 1. Select Tools/Profiles... in the Communication Center. 2. Profiles: Click Add . 3. GSM: Select an available network profile, according to your network provider, from the list. 4. GSM: Click Next. 5. GSM: Click Next. 6. IP Settings: Click Next. 7. General: Enter a profile name in the text field, then click Finish. 8. Profiles: Click Close. To connect to the Internet Click on the connect icon (a green arrow) in the Communication Center. To disconnect from the Internet Click on the disconnect icon (a red square) in the Communication Center. Troubleshooting Use the help function in the Communication Center for troubleshooting and more information. The Bluetooth word mark and logos are owned by the Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by Sony Ericsson is under license. Microsoft and Windows are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the U.S and other countries. Other product and company names mentioned herein may be the trademarks of their respective owners. Any rights not expressly granted herein are reserved. 8 October 2005
  • 9. Getting started Modem functionality This Getting Started guide is published by: This document is published by Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications AB, without any warranty*. Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications AB, Improvements and changes to this text necessitated SE-221 88 Lund, Sweden by typographical errors, inaccuracies of current information or improvements to programs and/or equipment, may be made by Sony Ericsson Phone: +46 46 19 40 00 Mobile Communications AB at any time and Fax: +46 46 19 41 00 without notice. Such changes will, however, be www.SonyEricsson.com incorporated into new editions of this document. Printed versions are to be regarded as temporary © Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications AB, reference copies only. 2005. All rights reserved. You are hereby granted *All implied warranties, including without limitation a license to download and/or print a copy of this the implied warranties of merchantability or fitness document. for a particular purpose, are excluded. In no event Any rights not expressly granted herein are shall Sony Ericsson or its licensors be liable for reserved. incidental or consequential damages of any nature, including but not limited to lost profits or commercial loss, arising out of the use of the information in this Publication number: EN/LZT 108 8165 R1A document. 9 October 2005

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