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PC Suite Tool Installation Guide to Use


01. Install PC suite tool:

1. Insert the PC Suite Tool Installation CD-ROM into your computer and double-click to launch Setup.exe from it.
2. Follow the steps in the InstallShield Wizard to complete the PC Suite Tool installation.
3. When the PC Suite Tool installation has completed, you will be prompted to install the USB Driver, click yes to proceed.
4. Follow the instructions in the USB Driver installation to complete the task.
5. When the USB Driver installation has completed, click Finish to end the installation program
02. CONNECT PHONE TO COMPUTER

1. Connect the mobile phone into the USB port in your computer via the USB data cable.
2. A "Found New Hardware Wizard" window will appear indicating the phone has been detected.
3. Follow the steps in the Wizard to install the necessary drivers for the phone.
4. Once
The PC Suite Tool application consists of five main function blocks: Contacts, Messages, Calendar, Files, and Backup/Restore. Click to Lunch is this > All Programs > PC Suite Tool > PC Suite Tool to start this application.
Make sure you connect the mobile phone to the computer’s USB port via the USB data cable.
About PIM

Click the question mark icon on the PC Suite Tool application window to bring up a pop-up selection box with four options, PC Suite Tool User's Guide, GPRS Setup, and USB Driver Install, and about.
04. THIS IS THE FIRST SCREEN YOU SEE WHEN YOU LAUNCH THE PC SUITE TOOL APPLICATION, HOWEVER, YOU CAN ALSO CLICK THE CONTACT ICON AT THE LEFT-HAND SIDE OF THE SCREEN TO ENTER THIS FUNCTION SCREEN.
While the application is retrieving Contacts data from the attached phone, you will see the following window appear.
When data retrieval completes, the Contacts Table in the application UI (User Interface) will be populated with Contacts data from the attached phone. You can browse Contacts data by their Caller Group by clicking an item in the Caller Group List. When you click a Caller Group item, the Contact Table shows only contents belonging in that Caller Group.

There are four Action Buttons at the top of the screen which allow you to Add, Edit, Delete, Copy data in contacts.
New Contact

Click the New Action Button at the top of the screen to add a new contact person. You will see the following window appear. Fill out the relevant fields in the form to create a new contact person. You can add this contact person into a specific Caller Group by selecting a value from the Caller Group drop-down list. Optionally, you can select an Image ID and Ring ID for this contact person.

03. Finally, select whether you wish to save this new contact person in the phone or the SIM Card. Click Save to complete the form or Cancel to exit.
Edit Contact

1. Click to highlight a contact person from the Contact Table.
2. Click the Edit Action Button at the top of the screen to edit an existing contact person.

3. Modify the fields in the form window and click Save to save or Cancel to exit.

You can only choose one destination field.
Delete Contact

1. Click to highlight a contact person from the Contact Table.
2. Click the Delete Action Button at the top of the screen to delete this contact person
Copy Contact

Click the Copy Action Button at the top of the screen to copy contacts. You will see the following window appear.
2. Select the top radio button to copy contacts from Microsoft Outlook to phone. Select the middle radio button to copy contacts from Microsoft Outlook to SIM card. Select the bottom radio button to copy contacts from phone to Microsoft Outlook.

3. Click the OK Action Button in the UI to save the settings and begin copying Contacts data between the phone and Microsoft Outlook.

4. Click the Cancel Action Button in the UI to exit.
REFRESH CHANGES
Click the Refresh Button at the top-right-hand side of the screen to refresh the UI with data from the attached phone.
MOVE OR COPY CONTACT
You can move or copy a contact person you see in the Contact Table to the Phone or the SIM card.

1. Right-click on a contact person to highlight and bring up a pop-up selection.

2. Select Move > To Phone or Move > To Card to move this contact person to the Phone or the SIM card respectively.

3. Or select Copy > To Phone or Copy > To Card to copy this contact person to the Phone or the SIM card respectively.
EDIT CALLER GROUP
You can edit the Caller Group items in the Caller Group List. For each Caller Group item, you can change its name, Image ID file, and Ring ID file. Right-click on any Caller Group item to bring up the selection pop-up and select
Edit. You can edit any Caller Group items except all and none.
05. MESSAGES

Click the Messages Icon at the left-hand side of the screen to enter this function screen. The Messages function allows you to manipulate SMS and MMS messages. The application will first read-in SMS and MMS data from the attached phone. After that, you can use the UI to browse the contents in the SMS and MMS folders

The Messages screen contains three windows: Folder Window, Message Window, and Contents Window. The Folder Window contains folders under SMS and MMS. When you click on a folder in the Folder Window, e.g.: the Inbox folder under SMS, the Message Window will display a list of messages belonging in Inbox. When you click on a message in the Message Window, the Contents Window will display the contents of that message.
SMS Mail

In the Folder Window, there are four folders under SMS: Inbox, Sent Items, Drafts, and Archive. Click on each folder to display what messages are stored inside.
New Message

1. Click the New Action Button at the top of the screen.

2. Select the Text radio button in the pop-up window and click OK.

03. In the "New/Edit Text Message" window, enter a phone number in to: field or click Browse to select a number from the phonebook. Then enter your text message in the Messages field. Click either Send to send the message, or Save and Close to save this message in the Drafts folder, or Cancel to exit
Reply Message
1. Click to highlight a message to which you wish to reply from the SMS Inbox.
2. Click the Reply Action Button at the top of the screen.
3. Enter you message text in the
Messages field and click Send to send it or Save and Close to save it in the Drafts folder or Cancel to exit.
Forward Message
1. Click to highlight a message which you wish to forward from either the Inbox or Sent Items folder under SMS.
2. Click the Forward Action Button at the top of the screen.
3. Enter a phone number in to: field or click Browse to select a number from the phonebook. Optionally modify the
Messages field then click either Send to send the message, or
Save and Close to save this message in the Draft folder, or Cancel to exit.
Delete Message

1. Click to highlight a message or a collection of messages from the Inbox, Sent Items, Drafts, or Archive folder under SMS.
2. Click the Delete Action Button at the top of the screen.
3. Click yes to confirm deletion or No to back out.

The following shows for each folder under MMS, what option values in the pop-up selection box will appear when you right-click over a message in that folder.
Inbox
1. Reply - Reply this message.
2. Forward - Forward this message.
3. Copy to Archive - Copy this message to the Archive folder.
4. Delete - Delete this message.
5. Save Objects - Save all objects associated with this message to the computer.
6. Save Attachments - Save all attachments associated with this message to the computer.
Sent Items

1. Send - Send this message.
2. Forward - Forward this message.
3. Delete - Delete this message.
Draft

1. Edit - Edit this message.
2. Delete - Delete this message.
Archive

1. Reply - Reply to this message.
2. Forward - Forward this message.
3. Delete - Delete this message.
4. Save Objects - Save all objects associated with this message to the computer.
5. Save Attachments - Save all attachments associated with this message to the computer.
06. CALENDAR
Click the Calendar Icon at the left-hand side of the screen to enter this function screen. The application will first read in Calendar data from the attached phone, and then populate the Calendar Table with such data.
There are four action buttons at the top of the screen which allow you to Add, Edit, Delete, Copy data in Calendar.
New Calendar

1. Click the New button on the top screen to create a new calendar event. You will see the following form window appear.
1. Fill out the relevant fields in the form to create a new calendar event
The
Repeat field allows you to set this calendar event as a repeated event on a daily, weekly, monthly, or yearly basis. The Reminder field allows you to set an alarm on the phone for this event.
2. Click Save to complete the form or Cancel to exit without saving.
Edit Calendar

1. Click to highlight a calendar event from the Calendar Table.

2. Click the Edit Action Button at the top of the screen to edit the highlighted calendar event.

3. Edit all the relevant fields in the form window and click Save to save or Cancel to exit.
Delete Calendar

1. Click to highlight a calendar event from the Calendar Table.
2. Click the Delete Action Button at the top of the screen to delete the highlighted calendar event.
Copy Calendar

1. Click the Copy Action Button at the top of the screen to copy calendar. You will see the following window appear.
2. In the Copy Calendar window that appears, you can copy future or past events in selected time period from Microsoft Outlook to phone.
3. Click OK to save the settings and begin copying calendars from Microsoft Outlook to phone. User has to check delete all on phone first every time if desire.
4. Click Cancel to exit.

RIGHT-CLICK CALENDAR
You can right-click over a calendar event or anywhere inside the Calendar Window to bring up a pop-up selection box. Click on an option in the pop-up selection box to perform its indicated function.

Files

Click the Files Icon at the left-hand side of the screen to enter this function screen. The Files function allows you to transfer files between the computer and the attached phone. The Files screen contains two window areas. The top window area, called Phone File Window, shows data files in the phone, the bottom window area, called Computer File Window, shows data files in the computer. The two arrow buttons in between the two windows are action buttons for transferring files between the two locations.
Transfer Files from Phone to Computer

1. Click to highlight the source file(s) in the Phone File Window which you want transferred to the computer.
2. Click the down arrow action button to begin transferring the highlighted file(s) from the phone to the computer.
Transfer Files from Computer to Phone

1. Click to highlight the source file(s) in the Computer File Window which you want transferred to the phone.
2. Click to highlight a destination folder in the
Phone File Window into which you will transfer the above files.
3. Click the up arrow action button to begin transferring the highlighted file(s) from the computer to the phone.
08. BACKUP/RESTORE
Click the Backup/Restore Icon at the left-hand side of the screen to enter this function screen. Here you can assign a file (in your computer) into which data in the phone and SIM card can be backed-up (saved) and later restored.
Backup Data

You can choose to backup Contacts, Calendar, and Files data stored in the phone and SIM card into a file in the computer by clicking the Backup button. In the browse window, locate an existing .pim file as your backup file or key in a new filename to create a new backup file.
Restore Data

Click the Restore button to restore Contacts, Calendar, and Files data from a file in your computer to the phone and the SIM card. In the browse window, locate the .pim file containing your backup data and select it to begin restoring.