WallpaperYou can set your headset to display a background image when it is in the standby mode. Some images are pre-saved in the Gallery. You can also receive images through Bluetooth wireless technology and save them in the Gallery. Your headset supports Joint Photographic Experts Group (JPEG) and Graphics Interchange Format (GIF) formats.Select a wallpaper picture1. Select Menu > Settings > Display settings > Wallpaper.2. Select Select wallpaper, and the contents of the Graphics folder in the Gallery are shown.3. Scroll to the desired image.4. To set the image as wallpaper, select Options > Set as wallpaper.The wallpaper is not displayed when the image mode is activated. To activate or deactivate the wallpaper, select Menu > Settings > Display settings > Wallpaper > On or Off.Image modeSelect Menu > Settings > Display settings > Image mode and from the following:- On - to enable the image mode. When the image mode is enabled, it is activated after the image mode timeout is reached in the standby mode, or when the keyguard is activated.- Off - to disable the image mode.- Select image - to display the Gallery folders. Select a folder, scroll to the image or show you want, and select Options > Set image mode.- Image mode timeout - to define the timeout in the standby mode after which the image mode is activated. Select one of the predefined timeouts or Other. If you select Other, enter the timeout you want. To enter the timeout, scroll up or down to the correct number. Select Next to move to the next number, and OK to finish.Color schemesYou can change the color in some display components, such as indicators and signal bars. Select Menu > Settings > Display settings > Color schemes and the desired color scheme.Display brightnessYou can change the brightness level of the display.
1. Select Menu > Settings > Display settings > Display brightness.2. Scroll to decrease and increase the brightness level, and press OK to save the new level.Display backlight timeoutYou can define how long the display backlight stays on if the joystick is not pressed.1. Select Menu > Settings > Display settings > Lights.2. Select one of the predefined timeouts or Other. If you select Other, scroll to the correct timeout number. Select Next to move to the next number, and OK to finish.