Palm TREOPROBLKSPT User Manual

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Treo™ Pro Smartphone by Palm
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Summary of Contents of user manual for Palm TREOPROBLKSPT

  • Page 1Sprint Service® Treo™ Pro Smartphone by Palm User Guide www.sprint.com © 2009 Sprint and the logo are trademarks of Sprint....
  • Page 2Intellectual Property Notices © 2008 Palm, Inc. All rights reserved. Trademark, copyright, patent, and other intellectual property notices are set...
  • Page 3Palm customers may participate in the recycling program free of charge. Visit palm com/recycle for additional details and information about...
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  • Page 5 Table of Contents Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ....
  • Page 6 Defining Exclusive Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ....
  • Page 7 Getting Information From a Microsoft® Exchange Server . . . . . . . . . . . ....
  • Page 8 3F. Using Wireless Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ....
  • Page 9Section 5: Your Wireless Organizer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ....
  • Page 10 6C. Customizing Your Treo™ Pro Smartphone by Palm . . . . . . . . . . ....
  • Page 11Section 8: Your Safety and Specifications. . . . . . . . . . . . . . ....
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  • Page 13: IntroductionIntroduction We know you’re eager to start using your Treo™ Pro smartphone by Palm right away, and the sections of...
  • Page 14Where to Learn More For a Quick Introduction 䢇 Quick Tour: The Quick Tour highlights many features of your Treo...
  • Page 15Managing Your Account Online: sprint.com 䢇 Access your account information. 䢇 Check minute usage (depending on your Sprint service plan)....
  • Page 16 Sprint Operator Services Sprint Operator Services provides assistance with placing collect calls or with placing calls billed to a local...
  • Page 17: Your Setup Section 1 Your Setup
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  • Page 19 Section 1A Device Setup Setting Up Your Treo™ Pro Smartphone by Palm In This Section ⽧ What You Need...
  • Page 20What You Need The box containing your Treo™ Pro smartphone by Palm includes the following: Hardware 䢇 Treo Pro smartphone....
  • Page 21Your Treo Pro Smartphone Device Setup Front View 1 12 2 13 3 14 4 15 5 16 6 7...
  • Page 22 6. Phone/Talk opens the phone application and dials a phone number that you select or enter, and answers an...
  • Page 23 18. Messaging opens the Messaging application so you can write and read email, SMS (text messages), and MMS messages....
  • Page 24 2. Expansion Card Slot allows you to expand the capabilities of your Treo Pro smartphone using a microSD card....
  • Page 25 Removing the Back Panel Several tasks require that you remove the back panel of your Treo Pro smartphone— Device...
  • Page 26Charging the Battery Although the battery may come with a sufficient charge for you to complete the setup process and...
  • Page 27 If the battery is fully drained, it may take a few minutes for the indicator light to turn on...
  • Page 28 Tip If the battery is low, the indicator light flashes red. Tapping the battery icon on the Today screen...
  • Page 29 䢇 By default, the Wi-Fi feature on your smartphone disconnects and turns off when the screen is off. If...
  • Page 3030 Section 1A: Setting Up Your Treo™ Pro Smartphone by Palm
  • Page 31 Section 1B Setting Up Service Setting Up Service In This Section ⽧ Activating Your Treo™ Pro Smartphone by Palm...
  • Page 32Activating Your Treo™ Pro Smartphone by Palm If you purchased your smartphone at a Sprint store, your phone is probably...
  • Page 33 phone. Also, when the screen is turned off, the phone can be on and ready for you to receive...
  • Page 34 䡲 If you are using an application, press and hold End . (Keyguard turns on, and after a short...
  • Page 35Making Your First Call The battery comes with a sufficient charge for you to make your first call. But as...
  • Page 36 Adjusting Call Volume While a call is in progress, press the Volume button on the side of your smartphone to...
  • Page 37Setting Up Your Voicemail All unanswered calls to your Treo Pro smartphone are automatically transferred to your voicemail, even if...
  • Page 38Creating Sprint Account Passwords As a Sprint customer, you enjoy unlimited access to your personal account information, your voicemail account,...
  • Page 39 Section 1C Connecting to Your Computer In This Section ⽧ Synchronization Methods ⽧ What Can I Synchronize? Connecting Computer...
  • Page 40Synchronization Methods There are a number of ways to make synchronization occur. You can install desktop sync software on your...
  • Page 41 Synchronizing Wirelessly With Microsoft Exchange Server You can set up your Treo Pro smartphone to synchronize email, contacts, calendar events,...
  • Page 42 Did you know? Synchronizing Favorites gives you an easy way to get favorites from the Web browser on your...
  • Page 43 The following table lists the types of information you can synchronize and the methods to use. Information type Method...
  • Page 44Setting Up Your Computer for Synchronization Before you can synchronize, the desktop sync software must be installed. You must install...
  • Page 45 Before You Windows XP: If you want to sync pictures, videos, and music from your Begin Windows Media Library,...
  • Page 46 Tip For best performance, plug your USB cable directly into a USB port on your computer. If your computer...
  • Page 47 3. Press OK . 4. Connect your smartphone to your computer to run Setup. (See “Installing Desktop Sync Software:...
  • Page 48 Tip You can set the ActiveSync window to open automatically when you connect your computer and your Treo Pro...
  • Page 49 1. Connect your smartphone to your computer. 2. Check for synchronization progress: (If you don’t see the correct icon,...
  • Page 5050 Section 1C: Connecting to Your Computer
  • Page 51: Your Treo™ Pro Smartphone by Palm Section 2 Your Treo™ Pro Smartphone by Palm
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  • Page 53 Section 2A Moving Around on Your Treo Pro Smartphone In This Section ⽧ Moving Around on the Screen ⽧...
  • Page 54Moving Around on the Screen To move around on the Treo™ Pro smartphone by Palm screen, you can use the...
  • Page 55 Scrolling Through Screens As on a computer, on your Treo Pro smartphone you scroll to move from field to field...
  • Page 56 Tip When you are using applications such as Messaging, Internet Explorer ® Mobile, and Word Mobile, press Option and...
  • Page 57 䢇 Light text on a dark background: This highlights items such as a phone number, an email address, text,...
  • Page 58 Using the Softkeys The left and right softkeys give you quick access to tasks that you can do on the...
  • Page 59 1. Press Menu (right softkey). 2. Press Up or Down to highlight a menu item. 3. If an arrow...
  • Page 60 Selecting Options in a List Lists enable you to select from a range of options. You can identify whether a...
  • Page 61Using the Keyboard When using the keyboard, most people find it easiest to hold the smartphone with two hands and...
  • Page 62 Understanding the Backlight Your smartphone includes both a keyboard backlight and a screen backlight for low light conditions. Both backlights...
  • Page 63 䢇 Press Shift ( or ) twice to turn on Caps Lock, and then enter a series of letters....
  • Page 64 Entering Other Symbols and Accented Characters You can enter symbols and accented characters that don't appear on the keys by...
  • Page 65 Symbols and Accented Characters Press Alt and then press… to select… a áàäâãåæ A ÁÀÄÂÃÅÆ b or B ß c...
  • Page 66 Press Alt and then press… to select… U ÚÙÜÛ x or X x¤ y ýÿ Y ÝŸ 0 °...
  • Page 67 Selecting Onscreen Input Methods You can also enter information using the onscreen keyboard as well as several methods that recognize...
  • Page 68Opening and Closing Applications Using the Buttons The front of the Treo Pro smartphone has four buttons that you can...
  • Page 69 3. Press Center to open the highlighted application. 4. (Optional) Press OK to return to the previous screen. (The...
  • Page 70 Closing Applications Applications that you open stay open in the background if you are not using them. If you want...
  • Page 71Defining Exclusive Programs You can mark an application as exclusive. An exclusive application remains open even if you stop some...
  • Page 72 Tip You can tap the icons on the Quick Menu to close applications, open Task Manager, and check system...
  • Page 73Using Your Today Screen From your Today screen you can see your current appointments and messages at a glance. You...
  • Page 74 5. Calendar Status Field: Shows upcoming appointments. Select this field to open the Calendar application. 6. Live Search: Enter...
  • Page 75 Section 2B Using the Phone Features In This Section ⽧ Accessing Your Today Screen ⽧ Making Calls ⽧ Receiving...
  • Page 76Accessing Your Today Screen You can make and receive calls and store speed-dial entries right from your Today screen. 䊳...
  • Page 77 Dialing by Contact Name You can look up contacts quickly by entering just a few letters of a contact’s name...
  • Page 78 Dialing With a Speed-Dial Button Before you can use a speed-dial button, you must create some speed-dial entries. See “Assigning...
  • Page 79 Dialing Your National Emergency Number You can dial your national emergency number (such as 911, 066, or 060) anytime. Just...
  • Page 80 Dialing Using the Onscreen Keypad The onscreen Keypad provides large numbers that you can tap with your finger or stylus....
  • Page 81 Working With Recently Called Numbers 1. Press Phone/Talk . Tip On the recent calls list, outgoing calls are designated by...
  • Page 82 Viewing All of Your Calls Your Call History list contains the numbers for all incoming and outgoing calls. 1. Press...
  • Page 83 4. Highlight the number you want, and do one or more of the following: 䡲 Save the phone number...
  • Page 84 To ignore a call and send it to voicemail, do one of the following: 䢇 Press Menu (right softkey) and...
  • Page 85Using Voicemail Your speed-dial number 1 has been preset to dial your voicemail. The first time you call voicemail, you...
  • Page 86 4. Follow the voice prompts to listen to and manage your messages. (You do not need to press Option...
  • Page 87What Can I Do When I’m On a Call? When you make or receive a call, information about the call...
  • Page 88 During a call, use the 5-way to move from button to button to do any of the following: Tip By...
  • Page 89 which kind of network you’re connected to? See “Checking Signal Strength and Phone Status” on page 106. 䊳 From...
  • Page 90 If you don’t add a number right away, follow these steps to add it later: 1. Press Phone/Talk . 2....
  • Page 91Managing Multiple Calls Your Treo Pro smartphone offers many advanced telephone features, including call waiting and three-way calling. When you’re...
  • Page 92 Making a Conference Call When you’re on a call, you can make a second call and create a three-way conference...
  • Page 93 1. From your Today screen, press Contacts (left softkey). 2. Select the contact to whom you want to assign...
  • Page 94Using a Phone Headset You can connect a phone headset for hands-free operation. Important If driving while using a phone...
  • Page 95 ® Using a Hands-Free Device With Bluetooth Wireless Technology Your device is also compatible with many headsets and car...
  • Page 96 䢇 To transfer a call from a wired headset to a Bluetooth headset or car kit that is within...
  • Page 97 3. Select the Notifications tab. 4. Select the Event list, and then select which type of call or notification...
  • Page 98 Tip To record, preview, delete, and send sounds on your Treo Pro smartphone, select the Manage tab. To record...
  • Page 99 6. Select Camera to take a picture and add it to this contact entry, or select an existing picture...
  • Page 100 Before You Make sure your device is connected to a TTY/TDD device using the headset Begin jack. When you...
  • Page 101 Automatically Adding a 1 for Long Distance Dialing If you have enabled your phone for dialing in North America (see...
  • Page 102 5. Select Enable to automatically add an international dialing prefix to long distance numbers. (When you dial an international...
  • Page 103 Enabling the Voicemail Beacon 1. Press Start and select Settings. 2. On the Personal tab, select Phone . 3. Select...
  • Page 104 1. Press Start and select Settings. 2. On the Personal tab, select Phone . 3. Select the Advanced tab....
  • Page 105 Setting Roaming Preferences Use Roaming Preferences to set specific options for using your phone while roaming. For example, you can...
  • Page 106 Setting a Roaming Alert 1. Press Start and select Settings. 2. On the Personal tab, select Phone . 3. Select...
  • Page 107 You have a new email message. You have a new SMS\MMS message. You have a new multimedia message. A...
  • Page 108 You are in an area that supports mobile broadband (EVDO) data services. EVDO (Evolution Data Optimized) is a wireless...
  • Page 109 The battery is empty and needs to be charged. The battery is being charged. The device is connected to...
  • Page 110110 Section 2B: Using the Phone Features
  • Page 111: Web and Data Services and Other Wireless Connections Section 3 Web and Data Services and Other Wireless Connections
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  • Page 113 Section 3A Web & Data Services Using Web and Data Services In This Section ⽧ Getting Started With Data...
  • Page 114Getting Started With Data Services With your Sprint service, you are ready to start enjoying the advantages of data services....
  • Page 115 Your user name is automatically programmed into your smartphone. You don’t have to enter Web & Data Services it....
  • Page 116 Setting Up an Internet Connection With Your Computer You can set up Internet Sharing in one of two ways: 䢇...
  • Page 117 5. Check that USB is selected for PC Connection. Web & Data Services 6. Press Connect (left softkey). (When...
  • Page 118 4. On your Treo Pro smartphone, select Start > Programs > Internet Sharing. 5. Select the PC Connection list,...
  • Page 119 Note The first time you access a channel that requires a subscription, you are Web & Data Services prompted...
  • Page 120 6. When prompted, press Save (left softkey) and fill in the following fields. (If you change your mind about...
  • Page 121 3. Select View Terms & Conditions, review the terms for your account, and then press Web & Data Services...
  • Page 122 䡲 Select Mail to send a link to the article via email. 䡲 Select PageOne to return to the...
  • Page 123 Section 3B Using the Email Features In This Section Email ⽧ Getting Started With Email ® ⽧ Getting Information...
  • Page 124Getting Started With Email Just like on your computer, you can choose between email applications to manage your email. Your...
  • Page 125 ® Getting Information From a Microsoft Exchange Server You can wirelessly synchronize email, contacts, appointments, and other information on...
  • Page 126 Before You To wirelessly synchronize your Treo Pro smartphone with an Exchange Begin server, you must activate data services....
  • Page 127 6. Enter the Server address. Check the This server requires an encrypted (SSL) connection box if your server uses...
  • Page 128 9. Check the boxes for the types of information you want to sync with the Exchange server. 10. (Optional)...
  • Page 129 Setting a Sync Schedule With an Exchange Server Before You Set up an Exchange Server email account. See “Setting Up...
  • Page 130 Setting Up Messaging to Work With Common Providers Use the following steps if you have a common email provider such...
  • Page 131 8. Enter your name and a name that identifies this account, such as “AOL,” and then press Next (right...
  • Page 132 Setting Up Messaging to Work With Other Providers You can set up an account in the Messaging application to send...
  • Page 133 8. Select one of the following as your email provider, and then press Next (right softkey): 䡲 Internet e-mail:...
  • Page 134 11. Enter your incoming mail server address, select your account type, and then press Next (right softkey). 12. Enter...
  • Page 135 17. On the Outgoing (SMTP) mail server screen, press Next (right softkey). 18. (Optional) Set any of the following:...
  • Page 136Deleting a Microsoft Exchange Server Outlook Account Before You The following instructions assume that your smartphone is already set up...
  • Page 137Sending and Receiving Email Messages Selecting Which Email Account to Use If you set up more than one email account...
  • Page 138 Tip To address a message to multiple recipients, separate the addresses by pressing Option + K to enter a...
  • Page 139 Receiving Email Messages How you receive email messages depends on the type of account you are using and how you...
  • Page 140 If you chose Manually: Follow these steps to send and receive messages: 1. Press Messaging . 2. Select the...
  • Page 141 Downloading Attachments Automatically If you are synchronizing with Outlook on your computer and want to download attachments automatically, do the...
  • Page 142 Did you know? Embedded images and objects cannot be received as attachments, unless you have an IMAP4 email account...
  • Page 143 Adding an Online Address Book Many email servers can verify names with an online address book, also called a directory...
  • Page 144 Using an Online Address Book You can access contact information, such as an email address or phone number, from your...
  • Page 145 Finding Messages You can find messages containing a specific word or phrase. The find feature searches names, email addresses, and...
  • Page 146 4. (Optional) Select Edit sender’s message to edit the original sender’s message text that you include in your reply....
  • Page 147 Using Email Shortcuts You can perform common email tasks for messages you’ve received by pressing and holding certain keys on...
  • Page 148 3. On the Accounts tab, select Signatures. 4. Select the account for which you want to create a signature....
  • Page 149 Tip If the Display account picker when opening Messaging box is unchecked, open the messaging application and then repeatedly...
  • Page 150 6. Select the Storage tab and set either of the following options: 䡲 When available, use this storage card...
  • Page 151 5. Select any of the following options: 䡲 Download the past: Sets the number of days’ worth of email...
  • Page 152 䡲 Choose Certificate: Sets the certificate to use as a digital signature. 䡲 My e-mail addresses: Sets the addresses...
  • Page 153 6. Select Advanced Settings and then select any of the following: 䡲 Send/receive when I click Send: Set whether...
  • Page 154 10. For Download attachments, set whether attachments are automatically downloaded with messages. 11. Press Done (left softkey). Did you...
  • Page 155 䡲 To decline or tentatively accept the invitation, press Menu (right softkey) and select Decline or Tentative. Tip If...
  • Page 156156 Section 3B: Using the Email Features
  • Page 157 Section 3C Using Messaging In This Section ⽧ About Messaging ⽧ Sending and Receiving Messages ⽧ Managing Your Messages...
  • Page 158About Messaging Your Treo™ Pro smartphone by Palm offers a few ways for you to send and receive messages: Sprint...
  • Page 159 4. Enter the recipient’s name, mobile phone number, or email address: 䡲 Enter the first letters of the recipient’s...
  • Page 160 Tip To add a new My Text phrase, select Edit My Text Messages in the list. Some symbols can’t...
  • Page 161 Creating and Sending a Multimedia Message Important If your device is enrolled with a Microsoft System Center Mobile Device Manager...
  • Page 162 Tip A match on a phone number will not be found in your Contacts list unless the contact has...
  • Page 163 Tip You can also select Menu (right softkey) > Capture > Video or Image to record a video or...
  • Page 164 8. (Optional) To add a vCard (Contacts entry), vCalendar (Calendar appointment or task), or other file type to a...
  • Page 165 1. On the message compose screen, press Menu (right softkey) and select Slides > Organize Slides. 2. Do any...
  • Page 166 Viewing a Text Message To open a text message, do one of the following: 䢇 Press Messaging and select SMS\MMS....
  • Page 167 䡲 On the Today screen, select the SMS\MMS status line indicating an unread message, and then from the Inbox,...
  • Page 168 Using Messaging to Chat When you exchange more than one message with a single contact, the messages you exchange with...
  • Page 169 Using Links in Messages When you receive a text message that contains a telephone number, email address, or URL, you...
  • Page 170Managing Your Messages Message Status Icons The status icons that appear next to each message in the Inbox and Outbox...
  • Page 171 䡲 To select multiple consecutive messages: Press Up or Down to highlight the first message, and then press Menu...
  • Page 172 3. Highlight SMS\MMS and press Center . 4. Check the Always send a callback number box if you want...
  • Page 173 TM Using Windows Live Windows Live is a set of services that combines online search features, email, and instant...
  • Page 174 6. Press Next (left softkey). 7. Set the following options: 䡲 Uncheck the Live Search bar box to remove...
  • Page 175 Tip You can later change your Windows Live setup selections. Open Windows Live, press Menu (right softkey), and then...
  • Page 176 Using Windows Live Messenger Before You You must have an existing Windows Live, MSN, or Hotmail account to use Begin...
  • Page 177 Tip If the contact you want is offline, send an email message instead. Highlight the contact name and press...
  • Page 178Setting Up and Using Instant Messaging You can use the Instant Messaging application to set up your Treo Pro smartphone...
  • Page 179 8. Use the 5-way to scroll to the file named in step 3 and press Center . (The Instant...
  • Page 180 䡲 Check the Save Password box if you want to have your password entered automatically every time you sign...
  • Page 181 Signing In To and Using Instant Messaging Accounts 1. Press Start and select Programs. 2. Select Instant Messaging . 3....
  • Page 182 Changing Instant Messaging Community and Global Settings 1. Press Start and select Programs. 2. Select Instant Messaging . 3. Select...
  • Page 183 Section 3D Browsing the Web In This Section ⽧ Viewing a Web Page ⽧ Working With Favorites ⽧ Working...
  • Page 184 Note For additional information on features supported by Internet Explorer Mobile, visit microsoft com. Viewing a Web Page By...
  • Page 185 4. Press Menu (right softkey) and select Zoom Out to view the entire Web page in zoom view and...
  • Page 186 䡲 To move forward a page, press Menu and select Forward. 䡲 To refresh the page with the latest...
  • Page 187 12. In a form, such as a browser search field, press Center to interact with the form, and then...
  • Page 188 Creating a Favorite Before You Create the folders where you want to store your favorites. Once you create a Begin...
  • Page 189 1. Press Start and select Internet Explorer. 2. Press Favorites (left softkey). Note If Internet Explorer is already running...
  • Page 190 Copying Text From a Web Page You can copy text from a Web page and paste it into Office Mobile...
  • Page 191 䡲 Custom page: Enter the address of the page you want to be your home page. 4. Select Privacy...
  • Page 192 Tip Most of the time you can use Auto-Select and let Internet Explorer Mobile determine a Web site’s language...
  • Page 193Clearing Internet Explorer Mobile Files 1. Press Menu (right softkey) and select Tools > Options. 2. On the Options screen,...
  • Page 194 Installing WorldMate Pro Before you can set up and use WorldMate Pro, you must install it from the Web: 1....
  • Page 195 Tip From any screen, press Menu (right softkey) and select Options to set the interval for automatically updating weather...
  • Page 196 To activate Kinoma FreePlay: 1. Press Start and select Programs. 2. Select Kinoma FreePlay . 3. Enter the email address...
  • Page 197Searching the Web From Your Today Screen Use the Live Search bar to search the Internet for images, news articles,...
  • Page 198198 Section 3D: Browsing the Web
  • Page 199 Section 3E Using GPS Navigation In This Section ⽧ Using Sprint Navigation ⽧ Setting Up an External GPS Device...
  • Page 200Using Sprint Navigation Sprint Navigation is a GPS navigation system that gives you turn-by-turn directions by map and by voice...
  • Page 201 䡲 Tools & Extras: Set Sprint Navigation options and access other tools. For example, you can view a compass...
  • Page 202 6. Select the Access tab and check the Manage GPS automatically box. (This setting lets more than one application...
  • Page 203 Section 3F Wireless Connections Using Wireless Connections In This Section ⽧ Connecting to a Wi-Fi Network ® ⽧ Connecting...
  • Page 204Connecting to a Wi-Fi Network Many environments, such as corporate offices, coffee shops, airports, and libraries, offer access to a...
  • Page 205 Are There Different Types of Wi-Fi Networks? Wireless Connections There are two types of Wi-Fi networks: 䢇 Open networks: These...
  • Page 206 Wi-Fi Status Icons The Wi-Fi icon on your Today screen indicates the status of the Wi-Fi feature. The Wi-Fi feature...
  • Page 207 䡲 Wi-Fi was off: A notification appears, listing up to three available networks. If the Wireless Connections network you...
  • Page 208 䡲 Wi-Fi was off: A notification appears, listing up to three available networks. If the network you want appears,...
  • Page 209 3. Enter the following settings, and then press Next (right softkey): Wireless Connections 䡲 Authentication: Set the method used...
  • Page 210 䡲 Network key: Enter the Network key provided by your system administrator, if it is not automatically provided by...
  • Page 211 䢇 To remove the network settings from memory, from the Configure Wireless Networks Wireless Connections screen, press Menu (right...
  • Page 212 4. Select the LEAP tab and do any of the following: 䡲 Create a new LEAP entry: Select New....
  • Page 213 Customizing Advanced Wi-Fi Settings Wireless Connections 1. Press Start and select Settings. 2. Select the Connections tab, and then select...
  • Page 214 䡲 Tap an adapter to modify settings: Lets you edit network adapter information. Select the adapter you want, and...
  • Page 215 1. If necessary, prepare the device you want to connect with to Wireless Connections accept a new connection. (Check...
  • Page 216 10. If you’re prompted to enter a passkey, enter the same passkey on your smartphone and on the other...
  • Page 217 Sending Information Over a Bluetooth Connection Wireless Connections You can send an individual entry or file. 1. Make sure the...
  • Page 218 5. If you haven’t already set up a partnership with the transmitting device, check the Make this device visible...
  • Page 219 Wireless Connections Tip For best results, the path between the two devices must be clear of obstacles and both...
  • Page 220 Beaming a Record 1. Highlight the entry or file you want to beam. 2. Press Menu (right softkey) and select...
  • Page 221 Tip If you can’t receive beamed information, press Start and select Settings. Wireless Connections Select the Connections tab, and...
  • Page 222 䡲 Bluetooth: Toggles Bluetooth on and off. (Press Settings [right softkey] and select Bluetooth to configure Bluetooth on your...
  • Page 223: Your Portable Media Device Section 4 Your Portable Media Device
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  • Page 225 Section 4A Synchronizing Your Media Files Synchronizing Media In This Section ⽧ Synchronizing Your Pictures, Videos, and Music ⽧...
  • Page 226Synchronizing Your Pictures, Videos, and Music You can synchronize pictures, videos, and music files between your Treo™ Pro smartphone by...
  • Page 227 Do the following to sync pictures, videos, and music files that originate on your computer. 1. Connect your smartphone...
  • Page 228 ® Synchronizing Pictures, Videos, and Music: Windows Vista Do the following to synchronize pictures, videos, and music files that...
  • Page 229 Section 4B Working With Your Pictures and Videos In This Section ⽧ About Your Camera ⽧ Taking Pictures and...
  • Page 230About Your Camera Your Treo™ Pro smartphone by Palm comes with an easy-to-use, built-in, 2.0-megapixel camera with up to 8x...
  • Page 231 To switch camera modes, do the following: 1. Press and hold the Side button. 2. Press Left or Right...
  • Page 232 1. Press and hold the Side button. (If you see the Video or MMS Video icon in the upper-left...
  • Page 233 5. Do the following for the mode you are using: 䡲 Picture or Contacts picture: Press Center to capture...
  • Page 234 4. (Optional) If the onscreen controls are not displayed, press Up to display the controls and tap the screen...
  • Page 235Customizing Your Camera Settings 1. Press and hold the Side button. 2. Tap the Menu icon. 3. On the Capture...
  • Page 236 䡲 Shutter Sound: Sets whether the camera makes a sound when you press Center . 䡲 Grid (camera mode...
  • Page 237Viewing Pictures and Videos Viewing a Picture In addition to viewing the pictures you capture with the built-in camera, you...
  • Page 238 4. Press OK to return to Thumbnail View. Tip To view videos that are stored in a different folder,...
  • Page 239 Customizing Picture Playback Settings 1. Press Start and select Pictures & Videos. 2. Press Menu (right softkey) and select Tools...
  • Page 240 1. Press Start and select Pictures & Videos. 2. Highlight the picture you want to send, or tap the...
  • Page 241 4. Select the list in the upper-left corner, and select the location where you want to place the picture...
  • Page 242Adding a Picture to a Contact Entry 1. Press Start and select Pictures & Videos. 2. Highlight the picture you...
  • Page 243 Tip For more extensive edits, sync your picture or video to your computer and edit it in your favorite...
  • Page 244244 Section 4B: Working With Your Pictures and Videos
  • Page 245 Section 4C Playing Media Files In This Section ® ⽧ Synchronizing Windows Media Player Library Files ⽧ Playing Media...
  • Page 246 ® Windows Media Player Mobile can play music, audio, and video files that are stored on your Treo™ Pro...
  • Page 247 ® Synchronizing Windows Media Player Library Files Before You To sync Windows Media Player files with your computer, set...
  • Page 248 1. On your computer, open Windows Media Player. 2. (Optional) Insert an expansion card into your smartphone (see “Using...
  • Page 249Playing Media Files 1. Press Start and select Windows Media. 2. If you don’t see Library in the upper-left corner,...
  • Page 250 or Volume button: Increase the volume level. or Volume button: Decrease the volume level. : Turn the sound on...
  • Page 251Working With Libraries A library represents each of the storage locations available to Windows Media Player Mobile, such as your...
  • Page 252Working With Playlists A playlist is a list of media files that play in a specific order. You can use...
  • Page 253 䡲 Keep the playlist so you can play it later: Press Menu (right softkey), select Save Playlist, and then...
  • Page 254 8. Select the Buttons tab and do any of the following to change any of the available button settings:...
  • Page 255: Your Wireless Organizer Section 5 Your Wireless Organizer
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  • Page 257 Section 5A Using the Organizer Features In This Section ⽧ Contacts ⽧ Calendar ⽧ Tasks ⽧ Notes ⽧ Calculator...
  • Page 258Contacts Adding a Contact Tip ® If you have many contacts to enter, it’s best to enter them in Microsoft...
  • Page 259 Tip Be sure to enter wireless numbers and email addresses in the correct fields so that Messaging can find...
  • Page 260 4. Press Menu (right softkey) and select Edit. 5. Make changes to the entry as necessary. 6. Press OK...
  • Page 261 Tip You can also press Menu and select Map It to open Sprint Navigation (see “Using Sprint Navigation” on...
  • Page 262 Before You Do the following: Begin • Make sure you are accessing Microsoft® Exchange Server 2007 or Exchange Server...
  • Page 263Calendar Displaying Your Calendar 1. Press Calendar . 2. Press Menu (right softkey) and select View. 3. Select one of...
  • Page 264 Creating an Appointment Tip If you have several appointments to enter, it’s most efficient to enter them in Microsoft Office...
  • Page 265 1. Press Calendar . 2. Press Menu (right softkey) and select New Appointment. 3. Enter a Subject (description). 4....
  • Page 266 5. Press OK . 1 2 1 Number of Time Units 2 Type of Time Units Sending a Meeting...
  • Page 267 The next time synchronization occurs, the meeting request is sent to the attendees. When attendees using Outlook accept your...
  • Page 268 3. Select Sensitivity and then select one of the following: 䡲 Normal: The event is displayed without any notation....
  • Page 269 6. Select the category of events you want to view. Deleting an Event 1. Highlight the event you want...
  • Page 270 The event has a note attached. The event has an assigned location. The event is a meeting. The event...
  • Page 271 3. Press Menu (right softkey) and select New Task. 4. Enter a description of the task in the Subject...
  • Page 272 Checking Off a Task 1. From the Tasks list, highlight the task you want to check off. (Overdue tasks appear...
  • Page 273 3. Set any of the following options: 䡲 Set reminders for new items: Automatically add a reminder to new...
  • Page 274 䡲 Press Menu (right softkey), select Draw, and then draw a sketch with the stylus, crossing at least three...
  • Page 275 Creating a Note From a Template 1. Go to the Notes list. 2. Tap the list in the upper-left corner,...
  • Page 276 7. Select the list in the upper-left corner, and then select the folder you want to view. 8. Select...
  • Page 277 Performing Calculations 1. Press Start and select Calculator . 2. Enter numbers and perform calculations, including the following: Clear the...
  • Page 278278 Section 5A: Using the Organizer Features
  • Page 279 Section 5B Productivity Increasing Your Productivity In This Section ® ⽧ Synchronizing Microsoft Office and Other Files ⽧ Word...
  • Page 280 ® Synchronizing Microsoft Office and Other Files You can create and edit Microsoft® Office files on your computer or...
  • Page 281 3. Under Information Type, double-click Files to view a list of the files in the Files sync folder. (If...
  • Page 282 ® Synchronizing Files: Windows Vista 1. Do any of the following: 䡲 To copy a file from your computer...
  • Page 283Word Mobile Productivity You can create and edit documents and templates and save them on your Treo Pro ® ®...
  • Page 284 The following features are not supported on your Treo Pro smartphone, but they remain in the file so that when...
  • Page 285 Opening an Existing Document 1. Press Start and select Office Mobile. Productivity 2. Select Word Mobile . 3. In the...
  • Page 286 5. (Optional) Check the Match whole words only box to find only full words that match the text you...
  • Page 287 6. Select the Location list, and then select whether you want to store the file on your Treo Pro...
  • Page 288 Tip You can also use the Formatting toolbar to create a list and to align text. To indent text...
  • Page 289 6. Select the Location list, and then select Main memory or Storage card. 7. Press OK . Productivity 8....
  • Page 290 ® PowerPoint Mobile With Microsoft® PowerPoint® Mobile, you can open and view slide show presentations created on your computer....
  • Page 291 䡲 Press Menu (right softkey), select Zoom In, and then select to zoom in or to zoom out. (To...
  • Page 292 ® Excel Mobile With Microsoft® Excel® Mobile you can create and edit workbooks and templates on your Treo Pro...
  • Page 293 䢇 Protection settings: Most protection features are disabled but are not removed. You must ® ® remove the password...
  • Page 294 Creating a Workbook 1. Press Start and select Office Mobile. 2. Select Excel Mobile . 3. If an empty workbook...
  • Page 295 Tip To create a new template from a workbook, open the workbook you want to save as a template....
  • Page 296 Did you know? You can switch worksheets by selecting the sheet list at the bottom of the screen. Calculating...
  • Page 297 Tip To refer to a cell from another worksheet in your formula, enter the worksheet name followed by an...
  • Page 298 Entering a Sequence Automatically 1. Highlight both the cells containing the information you want to automate and the adjacent destination...
  • Page 299 䡲 Entire column: Insert a new column. The entire column in which the highlighted cells are located and all...
  • Page 300 Formatting Rows and Columns 1. Open the workbook you want to format. 2. Highlight the rows or columns you want...
  • Page 301 6. Check or uncheck the Exclude header row from sort box to indicate if you want to sort the...
  • Page 302 8. Select whether you want the chart to appear as a separate worksheet within the current workbook, or as...
  • Page 303 7. Select Next to find the next instance of the information, or select Replace to replace it. (To replace...
  • Page 304 䡲 Shift cells up: Delete the highlighted cells and moves all cells below them up. 䡲 Entire row: Delete...
  • Page 305 ® OneNote Mobile Productivity OneNote® Mobile lets you create digital notes that contain text, pictures, and audio and video....
  • Page 306 䡲 Create a numbered list: Place the cursor where you want the list to begin, press Menu (right softkey),...
  • Page 307 4. Do any of the following: 䡲 Open a hyperlink: Place the cursor anywhere in the link, and then...
  • Page 308 ® ® Adobe Reader LE Adobe® Reader® LE lets you view PDF files whether they are saved to your...
  • Page 309 4. Press Down to scroll to the next page (in Single Page mode) or scroll the continuous display down...
  • Page 310 Tip To go to a specific page, press Tools (left softkey) and select Go To. If the file was...
  • Page 311 3. (Optional) Check the Match case box to find text that matches the capitalization in the text you entered....
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  • Page 313: Your Information and Settings Section 6 Your Information and Settings
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  • Page 315 Section 6A Managing Files and Applications Managing Files In This Section ⽧ Finding Information ⽧ Installing Applications ⽧ Removing...
  • Page 316Finding Information You can find information quickly with the built-in search features on your Treo™ Pro smartphone by Palm: 䢇...
  • Page 317 Tip To find an item you’ve looked for before, select the Search for list and then select the item...
  • Page 318 3. Do any of the following: 䡲 To open an item, select it. 䡲 To decompress a ZIP file,...
  • Page 319 application on your device. You can decompress the file on your Treo Pro smartphone in File Explorer or on...
  • Page 320 Installing Applications From Other Web Sites on the Internet ® You can use Internet Explorer Mobile to install Windows Mobile...
  • Page 321 Installing Applications Onto an Expansion Card 1. Insert the expansion card into the expansion card slot on your smartphone (see...
  • Page 322Removing Applications To free up storage space on your smartphone, you can remove applications that you no longer use. You...
  • Page 323 䢇 You can attach a picture, video, or sound file to a multimedia message (see “Creating and Sending a...
  • Page 324 Inserting and Removing Expansion Cards 1. Remove the back panel (see “Removing the Back Panel” on page 25). 2. Insert...
  • Page 325 Opening Applications on an Expansion Card After you insert an expansion card into the expansion card slot, you can open...
  • Page 326 Moving Information Between Your Treo™ Pro Smartphone by Palm and an Expansion Card 1. Insert an expansion card into the...
  • Page 327 Viewing Available Expansion Card Memory You can view how much space is available on the expansion card that is currently...
  • Page 328 6. Enter the new name, and then press Center . 7. Press OK . Tip Before copying information to...
  • Page 329 Before You The remote computer must be set up for remote control. Ask the remote Begin computer administrator for...
  • Page 330330 Section 6A: Managing Files and Applications
  • Page 331 Section 6B Synchronizing Information In This Section ⽧ Setting Up Wireless Synchronization ⽧ Other Ways to Synchronize ⽧ Changing...
  • Page 332Setting Up Wireless Synchronization If your company uses Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 or Exchange Server 2003 upgraded to Service Pack...
  • Page 333 5. Enter the email address that you want to set up. 6. Uncheck the box to detect the Exchange...
  • Page 334 10. Check the boxes for the types of information you want to sync with the Exchange server. 11. (Optional)...
  • Page 335 4. Set any of the following options: 䡲 Peak times: Set the frequency for high-traffic time periods, such as...
  • Page 336Other Ways to Synchronize ® Synchronizing Over a Bluetooth Wireless Technology Connection ® If your computer is equipped with Bluetooth...
  • Page 337 10. Select Sync. 11. When synchronization is complete, press Menu (right softkey) and select Disconnect Bluetooth. Synchronizing Over an...
  • Page 338Changing Which Applications Synchronize On your Treo Pro smartphone, you can choose which applications you want to sync. 1. Press...
  • Page 339Stopping Synchronization If you ever need to manually stop synchronization, follow these steps: 1. Press Start and select Programs. 2....
  • Page 340340 Section 6B: Synchronizing Information
  • Page 341 Section 6C Customizing Your Treo™ Pro Smartphone by Palm In This Section ⽧ Today Screen Settings ⽧ System Sound...
  • Page 342Today Screen Settings Tip For phone settings, see “Customizing Phone Settings” on page 96. Selecting Your Today Screen Background 1....
  • Page 343 Selecting Which Items Appear on Your Today Screen 1. Press Start and select Settings. 2. On the Personal tab, select...
  • Page 344 Setting the Ringer Switch 1. Slide the Ringer switch to Sound Off . 2. To hear all sounds again, slide...
  • Page 345 3. On the Sounds tab, set any of the following options: 䡲 Events: Turn sounds on and off for...
  • Page 346 䡲 To delete a sound, highlight it and then press Backspace . 䡲 To send a sound, highlight it,...
  • Page 347 Aligning the Screen to Correct Tapping Problems Occasionally, your screen can move out of alignment, activating the wrong feature when...
  • Page 348 Did you know? You can also change the system color scheme (see “Changing the System Color Scheme” on page...
  • Page 349 Tip You can also adjust the settings for the Up and Down buttons on the 5-way. From Buttons settings,...
  • Page 350 3. In a clear voice say the command. For example: 䡲 To access Help, say, “Help.” 䡲 To access...
  • Page 351 The information that follows describes how to define <Contact>, <Location>, and <Number>. You can use the following name formats...
  • Page 352 When you make a verbal request to make a call, Voice Command asks for a confirmation. When confirming, say: 䢇...
  • Page 353 䡲 Allow accented characters: Allows you to write a letter and then write above it to add an accent....
  • Page 354 Tip To enter a suggested word, press Down to highlight the suggestion, and then press Center to accept it....
  • Page 355 䢇 Auto-Keyguard and touchscreen lockout: Automatically enable Keyguard after a period of inactivity and set whether the screen’s touch-sensitive...
  • Page 356 Using Auto-Keyguard and Touchscreen Lockout Auto-Keyguard lets you automatically lock the keyboard after a period of inactivity. 1. Press Start...
  • Page 357 Important If you lock your system, you must enter the exact password to unlock it. If you enter an...
  • Page 358 6. Select Password, and enter your password. Note You can't see your password as you enter it, so be...
  • Page 359 1. Press Start and select Settings. 2. On the Personal tab, select Owner Information . 3. On the Identification...
  • Page 360 4. Select the first list, and then select the time zone for your home location. 5. Select the hour,...
  • Page 361 Note If you turn off the Use network time zone setting and later turn it on again, you need...
  • Page 362 Managing Identity Certificates Your Treo Pro smartphone may include preinstalled certificates. Certificates are digital documents that are used to authenticate...
  • Page 363 the report is transmitted by means of a secure connection and is kept confidential and anonymous in a limited-access...
  • Page 364 Tip If you are running short of storage space (memory) on your smartphone or storage card, delete or remove...
  • Page 365Connection Settings Managing ISP Settings Your Treo Pro smartphone is already set up to connect to the Internet using a...
  • Page 366 Connecting to a VPN If you want to use your Treo Pro smartphone to access your corporate email account or...
  • Page 367 4. On the Tasks tab, select Add a new VPN server connection. 5. Follow the onscreen instructions for entering...
  • Page 368 Ending a Data Connection If your service plan includes minutes-of-use fees for data connections, you can reduce costs by ending...
  • Page 369Purchasing Accessories for Your Treo Pro Smartphone These accessories and others are available from palm.com. 䢇 Vehicle Power Charger: A...
  • Page 370370 Section 6C: Customizing Your Treo™ Pro Smartphone by Palm
  • Page 371: Your Resources Section 7 Your Resources
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  • Page 373 Section 7A Help In This Section ⽧ Transferring Information From Another Device ⽧ Trouble Installing the Desktop Software on...
  • Page 374 Although we can’t anticipate all the situations that might arise, this chapter provides helpful information and answers to some...
  • Page 375 If you want to synchronize with a different personal information manager (PIM), you must install a third-party solution. Contact...
  • Page 376 5. Use the stylus tip to gently press the RESET button. ® 6. Wait for the progress bar on...
  • Page 377 Performing a Hard Reset A hard reset erases all personal information, such as appointments, contacts, and tasks, as well as...
  • Page 378 5. Continue to press and hold End until the Erase all data? prompt appears. 6. Press Up to confirm...
  • Page 379 1. Press Power to turn off the screen. 2. Remove the back panel from your device (see “Removing the...
  • Page 380Performance The Applications Are Running Slower Than Usual Tip Be sure that third-party applications are compatible with Windows Mobile Professional...
  • Page 381 ® I Can’t Beam or Receive Information Via Infrared or Bluetooth Wireless Technology 1. Press Start and select Settings....
  • Page 382Screen Tip Make sure that third-party applications support 320 x 320 screen resolution. Some older applications have screen-size limits. The...
  • Page 383 4. On the Alignment tab, select Align Screen. 5. Follow the onscreen instructions to align the screen. 6. Press...
  • Page 384 My Smartphone Seems to Turn Off by Itself If a system error and reset occur, the phone automatically turns on...
  • Page 385 My Smartphone Won’t Connect to the Internet Your Treo Pro smartphone supports Sprint Mobile Broadband (EVDO), Sprint 1xRTT, and Wi-Fi...
  • Page 386 䢇 If your company uses Microsoft System Center Mobile Device Manager, contact your system administrator to find out whether...
  • Page 387 7. Highlight the headset name. 8. Press and hold Center to open the shortcut menu, and then select Set...
  • Page 388 Desktop Sync Software This section covers issues with synchronizing using the desktop sync software that came with your Treo Pro...
  • Page 389 The Desktop Sync Software Does Not Respond to a Sync Attempt If you can successfully sync at any point...
  • Page 390 7. Do one of the following: 䡲 Windows XP computer: Double-click the ActiveSync icon in your taskbar, and then...
  • Page 391 䡲 Click File and then click Delete Mobile Device. When asked to confirm, click Yes. 䡲 Connect your smartphone...
  • Page 392 䢇 If you’re trying to sync offline, be sure to set your Microsoft Office Outlook Calendar, Contacts, Notes, and...
  • Page 393 Windows Media Player 10 or later. On your computer, uninstall Microsoft ActiveSync (Start > Settings > Control Panel >...
  • Page 394 2. Check Allow connections to one of the following, and then select the Bluetooth COM port you set up...
  • Page 395 䢇 By default, a scheduled sync does not work while you are roaming. This is to prevent roaming charges...
  • Page 396 An Alert Tells Me That My Account Information Could Not Be Detected When you set up the Exchange server sync...
  • Page 397Email I Have Problems Using My Account Occasionally you may experience problems using an email account after you set it...
  • Page 398 Scheduled Email Synchronization Is Not Working If email synchronization is occurring and you turn your smartphone off, or if the...
  • Page 399 I Have Problems Sending Email (Exchange Server Account) If you are able to receive email messages but cannot send them,...
  • Page 400Web I Can’t Access a Page 1. Make sure you have Internet access: ® 䡲 Open Internet Explorer Mobile and...
  • Page 401Camera Here are some tips for taking good pictures with the built-in camera: 䢇 Clean the camera’s lens with a...
  • Page 402Third-Party Applications Sometimes, third-party applications can cause conflicts on your Treo Pro smartphone. Third-party applications that modify wireless features may...
  • Page 403 7. Synchronize or restore your backup to refresh the information in your built-in applications. 8. If the problem is...
  • Page 404 Also, remember that your Treo Pro smartphone includes an expansion card slot, and that you can store applications and information...
  • Page 405: Glossary Section 7B Glossary Glossary 1xRTT: A standard of wireless Internet connectivity that allows for persistent data connections as long...
  • Page 406 ® ® Desktop software: A PIM application for computers, such as Microsoft Outlook , that helps you manage your...
  • Page 407 Partnership: Two Bluetooth devices—for example, your Treo Pro smartphone and a hands-free device—that can connect because each device finds...
  • Page 408 ® Windows Mobile : The operating system of your Treo Pro smartphone. Your device uses the Windows Mobile 6.1...
  • Page 409: Your Safety and Specifications Section 8 Your Safety and Specifications
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  • Page 411 Section 8A Important Safety Information In This Section Safety ⽧ FCC Statements ⽧ Antenna Care/Unauthorized Modifications ⽧ Industry Canada...
  • Page 412 WARNING This guide contains important operational and safety information that helps you safely use your Treo™ Pro smartphone by...
  • Page 413 Caution Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to...
  • Page 414RF Safety Exposure General statement on RF energy: Your smartphone contains a transmitter and a receiver. When it is ON,...
  • Page 415 In order to comply with FCC and IC RF exposure safety guidelines, users MUST use one of the following...
  • Page 416Hearing Aid Compatibility (HAC) Using Your Phone With a Hearing Device Your smartphone is compliant with the FCC Hearing Aid...
  • Page 417 to those of phones. Ask your hearing health-care professional for the rating of your hearing aid. Add the rating...
  • Page 418 䢇 Do not short circuit a battery or allow metallic conductive objects to contact battery terminals. 䢇 Replace the...
  • Page 419 䢇 The battery may need recharging if it has not been used for a long period of time. 䢇...
  • Page 420 your municipality or county. For information on Palm’s environmental programs, visit www.palm.com/environment. Hazardous substances that may be included in electronic...
  • Page 421 Pacemakers: The Health Industry Manufacturers Association recommends that a minimum separation of 15 centimeters (6 inches) be maintained between...
  • Page 422 Audio Safety: This smartphone is capable of producing loud noises which may damage your hearing. When using the speakerphone feature,...
  • Page 423 edges that may cause an injury or which could become detached and create a choking hazard. Keep the device...
  • Page 424 䢇 Do not listen at any volume that causes you discomfort. If you experience ringing in your ears, hear...
  • Page 425 You must always switch off your smartphone wherever the use of a phone is prohibited. Use of your smartphone...
  • Page 426 Smartphone Heating: Your smartphone may become warm during charging and during normal use. Accessories: Use only approved accessories. Do not...
  • Page 427 4. Let the person you are speaking to know you are driving; if necessary, suspend the call in heavy...
  • Page 428 3. Make sure you place your smartphone within easy reach and where you can grab it without removing your...
  • Page 429 9. Use your smartphone to help others in emergencies. If you see an auto accident, crime in progress, or...
  • Page 430General Operation Voice Command Control: Many of the functions of the Device Software can be accomplished using only voice commands....
  • Page 431 Description of ESD Static electricity is an electrical charge caused by the buildup of excess electrons on the surface...
  • Page 432 Conditions That Enhance ESD Occurrences Conditions that can contribute to the buildup of static electricity in the environment include the...
  • Page 433: Specifications Section 8B Specifications In This Section ⽧ Specifications Specifications Section 8B: Specifications 433
  • Page 434Specifications Radio 䢇 CDMA phone 䢇 EVDO and 1X bands Phone features 䢇 Personal speakerphone 䢇 Hands-free headset jack (3.5...
  • Page 435 Display 䢇 Touch-sensitive LCD screen (includes stylus) 䢇 65,536 colors (16-bit color) 䢇 Resolution: 320 x 320 䢇 User-adjustable...
  • Page 436 Included software 䢇 My Treo (continued) 䢇 Notes 䢇 OneNote Mobile 䢇 PC Setup 䢇 Phone 䢇 Pictures & Videos...
  • Page 437 ® System 䢇 Windows XP Service Pack 2, or Windows Vista with USB port. requirements (for Later versions may...
  • Page 438438 Section 8B: Specifications
  • Page 439: IndexIndex Numerics activation 32, 114 1xRTT connections 405 ActiveSync software 405 411 phone calls 15 See also synchronization software 5-way...
  • Page 440 ad-hoc connections 208 installing 319, 320 Adobe Reader LE application 308–311 making phone calls and 88 Advanced Encryption Standard....
  • Page 441 opening 140, 168 replacing 369, 378 receiving 140 battery icon 27, 28 saving 150, 167 beacon 103 sending 155,...
  • Page 442 See also Web pages; Web sites troubleshooting sync problems for 393 built-in applications 14, 322, 435 unavailable time slots...
  • Page 443 certificates 152, 187, 212, 319, 362 closing character sets 191 applications 70 characters chat sessions 168 See also text...
  • Page 444 setting up Internet Sharing for 116–117 contacts synchronizing device with 40, 44–48, 337, accessing 88 339 adding 142, 169,...
  • Page 445 text 190, 286 tasks 272–273 copyrighted items 239 Today screen 342–343 corporate address lists 144 Wi-Fi connections 211–214 corporate...
  • Page 446 documents 289 display. See touchscreen email accounts 135 display settings 165, 346 email messages 146, 149, 150, 153 document...
  • Page 447 E verifying addresses for 143 EAP authentication 210 viewing 140, 149, 151 earpiece 22 email accounts echoes 404 accessing...
  • Page 448 ESMTP authentication 398 opening items on 325 EVDO technology 406 playing media files on 246, 251 events renaming items...
  • Page 449 spreadsheets 293 messages 145 videos 237 spreadsheets 301 Word documents 284 tasks 272 files Find/Replace command 285 See also...
  • Page 450 storing Web favorites in 187, 188, 189 hard resets 377–378 synchronizing and 42, 139, 227, 391 hardware 20 fonts...
  • Page 451 Today screen 106 sending information over 218, 220, 337 video modes 233 troubleshooting 381 voicemail 85, 86 input options...
  • Page 452 setting up Wi-Fi. See Wi-Fi networks Keypad 80 troubleshooting 385, 400 keys (Wi-Fi networks) 210 Internet Explorer Mobile 22,...
  • Page 453 scrolling through 55 playing 195, 246, 249–250 selecting items in 60, 186 removing from device 227, 247, 251 Live...
  • Page 454 sending multimedia. See multimedia Mobile Device folder 290 messages Mobile Device Manager 161, 368, 406 sending text. See text...
  • Page 455 See also media files New Task command 271 My Device folder 251, 317 No Service message 106 My Documents...
  • Page 456 setting options for 345 Comm Manager 221 setting ringtones for 96–97 File Explorer 317 silencing sounds for 345 Internet...
  • Page 457 Outlook Mobile. See Messaging application PCs. See computers overdue tasks 272 PDF files 308–311 owner information 358 personal identification...
  • Page 458 receiving 83–84, 91, 102 pictures setting up conference 92 See also images transferring to hands-free devices 95 adding captions...
  • Page 459 Play Sound list 361 Quick Settings screen 232, 234 Playback screen 253 Quick Tour 14, 73 playing QuickTime Player...
  • Page 460 Rename/Move command 288, 303 Save to Notes command 81 repeating appointments 265 saving repeating tasks 271 attachments 150, 167...
  • Page 461 documents 285–286 Send video message by email email messages 145 command 262 expansion cards 316 sending information 316 attachments...
  • Page 462 silent alarm 344, 345 messages 171 simple PIN passwords 357, 358 notes 276, 307 skins 253 pictures or videos...
  • Page 463 displaying 293, 295 stylus 24, 369 editing 292, 293 symbols 63, 64, 294 entering formulas in 292, 296, 304...
  • Page 464 system password locks 356–358 checking spelling 138, 160, 288 system requirements 437 copying and pasting 190, 286 system settings...
  • Page 465 troubleshooting 385 retrieving voicemail from 85, 86 verifying addresses for 159 searching Web sites from 197 text telephone devices....
  • Page 466 media libraries 251 sending 162, 239–240 operating system 374 setting messaging options for 172 Pocket Express 122 sorting 241...
  • Page 467 synchronizing over 387 troubleshooting 400 troubleshooting 391 viewing 184, 185 working with forms on 187 W Web sites waking...
  • Page 468 setting up connections to 204, 205, 206– wireless settings 213 210 WLANs. See wireless networks troubleshooting connections to 385,...