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Assembly, SIM card, battery, turning
on, help, calls.
To use your phone
Insert the SIM card and the battery.
Charge the battery.
Turn on your phone.
When you register as a subscriber with
a network operator, you get a SIM
(Subscriber Identity Module) card. The
SIM card contains a computer chip
that keeps track of items such as your
phone number, the services included
in your subscription, and names and
numbers in your contacts.
You may need a PIN (Personal Identity
Number) for your SIM card to start
your phone and activate services.
When you enter your PIN, each digit
appears as *, unless it starts with the
same digits as an emergency number,
for example 112. This allows for
emergency calls without entering a
to correct mistakes.
Some functions use more battery
power than others and may cause a
need for more frequent re-charging. If
talk time or standby time becomes
noticeably shorter, you may have to
replace the battery. Only use
approved batteries from Sony
Save contact information on your SIM
card before removing it from another
phone; for example, you may have saved
contacts in the phone memory.
If you enter the wrong PIN three times in
appears. To unblock
it, you need to enter your PUK (Personal
85 SIM card lock.