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Your Xda IIi – a tour

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1 Bluetooth/WLAN Will flash blue slowly when Bluetooth is switched on, and quickly when being actively used. Will flash green when WLAN is on. Green and blue alternate when both Bluetooth and WLAN are on.

4 Infrared port Enables you to exchange file(s) or data with other devices without cables/wires.

5 Stylus slot and stylus A neatly hidden slot for housing the stylus.

2 Power button Press and hold to turn the backlight on and off. Press to turn the screen off – if the GSM phone is switched on, Xda IIi will remain connected and able to receive calls and text messages.

6 Power/Charge light Amber when charging, green when fully charged, green flashing when phone is on.

Top components

3 SD/MMC card slot Insert either MMC or SD cards in this slot. This slot supports SDIO. Please refer to your Microsoft Windows Mobile2003 manual for further information.

6 – You can buy accessories for your Xda IIi by visiting www.o2.co.uk/xda

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Front components

1 Contacts button Press for quick access to your contacts.

2 Speaker

3 Calendar button Press for quick access to your calendar.

4 Navigation bar Displays the active program, signal strength and time. For a full list of all icons please refer to page 11.

5 Cancel call key Press to end a call, or press and hold to end a GPRS data connection.

6 Navigational pad To scroll through drop down menus or programme instructions.

7 Microphone Speak here when making a call or voice recording.

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8 Call key Press to take a call or to take you to the phone key pad. Press and hold to activate/de-activate the speakerphone during a call.

9 Touch screen display For handwriting, drawing or to make a selection with the stylus.

10 O2 Active menu Takes you directly to all the commonly used mobile applications – the centre of your Xda IIi.

11 Start menu Tap here to open the Start menu.

12 O2 icon Tap here to return to the main O2 menu at any time.

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