SGH-c207
Portable Digital Telephone
User Manual
Please read this manual before operating your phone,
and keep it for future reference.
Printed in Korea
GH68-05840A
English 09/2004
c207UCDI2.4_wb091504.f1
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Table of Contents
Unpacking .................................................................................. 11
Your Phone ................................................................................ 13
Phone Layout ......................................................................................13
Display ................................................................................................16
Getting Started ........................................................................... 21
Installing the SIM Card ........................................................................21
Charging a Battery ..............................................................................23
Switching the Phone On/Off ................................................................25
Call Functions ............................................................................ 27
Making a Call ......................................................................................27
Adjusting the Volume ..........................................................................29
Answering a Call .................................................................................30
Viewing Missed Calls ..........................................................................31
Quickly Switching to Silent Mode ........................................................32
Selecting Functions and Options ............................................. 35
Locking or Unlocking the Keypad ........................................................37
Phone Book ................................................................................ 39
Storing a Number with a Name ...........................................................39
Using Phone Book Entry Options ........................................................41
Dialling a number from Phone Book ...................................................42
Searching for a Number in Phone Book ..............................................43
Editing a Caller Group .........................................................................45
Deleting all of the Phone Book entries ................................................46
Speed-dialing ......................................................................................47
Checking the Memory Status ..............................................................48
Using the service Dialing Numbers .....................................................49
Entering Text .............................................................................. 51
Changing the Text Input Mode ............................................................52
Using T9 Mode ....................................................................................53
Using the Upper/Lower-Case Character Mode ...................................55
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Using Number Mode ...........................................................................56
Using Symbol Mode ............................................................................57
Options During a Call ................................................................ 59
Putting a Call on Hold .........................................................................59
Using the Menu Functions ..................................................................60
Switching the Microphone Off (Mute) ..................................................60
Muting/Sending Key Tones .................................................................61
Sending Tones ....................................................................................61
Searching for a Number in Phone Book ..............................................62
Call Waiting .........................................................................................62
Making a Multi-party Call .....................................................................63
Using the Menus ........................................................................ 67
Accessing a Menu Function by Scrolling ............................................67
Accessing a Menu Function by Using Its Shortcut ..............................68
List of Menu Functions ........................................................................68
Recent Calls ............................................................................... 75
Missed Calls ........................................................................................75
Calls Received ....................................................................................75
Calls Made ..........................................................................................75
Voice Mail ............................................................................................76
Delete All .............................................................................................77
Call Time .............................................................................................77
Messaging .................................................................................. 79
Text Messages ....................................................................................79
Multimedia Messages .........................................................................89
Instant Messaging (IM) ......................................................................102
Push Message ..................................................................................108
Network Services ..................................................................... 109
Call Forwarding .................................................................................109
Call Barring .......................................................................................110
Call Waiting .......................................................................................112
Network Selection .............................................................................113
Caller ID ............................................................................................113
Closed User Group (CUG) ................................................................114
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Games ....................................................................................... 117
Downloading a new game .................................................................117
Launching a MIDlet ...........................................................................117
Using the game options ....................................................................118
MEdia Mall ................................................................................ 121
Shop Ringtones .................................................................................121
Shop Games .....................................................................................121
Shop Graphics ..................................................................................122
Shop Multimedia ...............................................................................122
Shop Applications .............................................................................122
MEdia Home .....................................................................................123
Sound Settings ........................................................................ 125
Ring Tone ..........................................................................................125
Ring Volume ......................................................................................125
Shop Ringtones .................................................................................125
Alert Type ..........................................................................................126
Keypad Tone .....................................................................................126
Message Tone ..................................................................................126
Alert on Call .......................................................................................127
Power On/Off ....................................................................................127
Extra Tones .......................................................................................128
Applications ............................................................................. 129
Alarm .................................................................................................129
Calendar ............................................................................................130
Time & Date ......................................................................................133
Calculator ..........................................................................................134
To Do List ..........................................................................................134
Voice Memo ......................................................................................140
Currency Exchange ...........................................................................142
My MEdia .................................................................................. 143
MEdia Net .........................................................................................143
Audio .................................................................................................149
Graphics ............................................................................................149
Delete All ...........................................................................................150
Memory Status ..................................................................................151
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Phone Settings ........................................................................ 153
Display Settings ................................................................................153
Greeting Message .............................................................................155
Own Number .....................................................................................155
Language ..........................................................................................156
Security .............................................................................................156
Extra Settings ....................................................................................159
Short Cut ...........................................................................................160
Reset Settings ...................................................................................161
TTY Settings .....................................................................................161
Solving Problems .................................................................... 163
Access Codes .......................................................................... 167
Phone Password ...............................................................................167
PIN ....................................................................................................168
PUK ...................................................................................................168
PIN2 ..................................................................................................169
PUK2 .................................................................................................169
Health and Safety Information ................................................ 171
Exposure to Radio Frequency (RF) Signals ......................................171
For Body Operation ...........................................................................173
Precautions When Using Batteries ...................................................174
Road Safety ......................................................................................175
Operating Environment .....................................................................177
Electronic Devices .............................................................................177
Potentially Explosive Environments ..................................................179
Emergency Calls ...............................................................................180
Other Important Safety Information ...................................................181
Care and Maintenance ......................................................................181
Acknowledging Special Precautions and
the FCC and Industry Canada Notice ...............................................182
Appendix A: CERTIFICATION INFORMATION (SAR) ........... 185
Appendix B: Guide to Safe and Responsible Wireless Phone Use
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Appendix C: Consumer Update on Wireless Phones .......... 193
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Glossary ................................................................................... 209
Index ......................................................................................... 213
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Unpacking
Your package contains the following items:
Handset
Battery
Travel Adapter
User Guides
Your local Samsung dealer can provide you with additional
accessories including:
♦Simple hands-free kit
♦Standard battery
♦Holster
♦Ear microphone
♦Leather Case
♦Cigarette lighter adapter
♦Finger strap
♦Data kit
Unpacking
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Unpacking
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Your Phone
Phone Layout
The following illustrations show the main elements of your
phone:
Key(s)
Description
In Menu mode, scroll through the
menus.
In Idle mode, allows you to access
your favorite menus directly. For more
information about shortcuts, see
“Short Cut” on page 160.
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Key(s)
Description (Continued)
In Menu mode, the Left key returns to
the previous menu level and the Right
key selects the next menu.
In Idle mode, allows you to access
your favorite menus directly. For more
information about shortcuts, see
“Short Cut” on page 160.
(soft keys)
Perform the functions indicated by the
text above them, on the bottom line of
the display.
In Idle mode, launches the WAP
(Wireless Application Protocol)
browser.
Makes or answers a call.
When held down in Idle mode, recalls
the last number dialed or received.
In Menu mode, selects a menu
function or stores information that you
have entered, such as a name in the
phone or SIM memory.
Deletes characters from the display.
In Menu mode, returns to the previous
menu level.
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Key(s)
Description (Continued)
Ends a call. Also switches the phone
on and off when held down.
In Menu mode, cancels your input
and returns to Idle mode.
When held down in Idle mode,
accesses your voice mail.
Enter numbers, letters and some
special characters.
Used for various purposes in different
functions.
When held down while entering a
phone number, the
key enters a
pause.
When held down in Idle Mode, the
key enters or exits the Silent mode
and
key enters the key lock mode.
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Key(s)
Description (Continued)
(on the side of the phone)
During a call, adjusts the earpiece
volume.
In Idle mode, adjusts the keypad tone
volume.
In Menu mode, scrolls through the
menus and Phone Book.
Display
Display Layout
The display has three areas:
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Area
Description
First line
Displays various icons. See
page 18.
Middle lines
Displays messages,
instructions, and any information
that you enter, such as the
number you are dialing.
Last line
Shows the functions currently
assigned to the two soft keys.
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Icons
Icon
Description
Shows the received signal strength. The
greater the number of bars, the better
the signal.
If this icon is gray, you are outside your
network area and are restricted to
emergency calls only.
Appears when the GPRS service is
available.
Appears when you are connected to the
GPRS network.
Appears when a call is in progress.
Appears when you set an alarm to ring at
a specified time.
Appears when a new text message is
received.
Appears when a new multimedia
message is received.
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Icon
Description
Appears when Mute mode is active.
Appears when Silent mode is active or
you set the Alert Type menu (Menu
6.4), so that the phone vibrates when
you receive a call. For further details,
see page 32 and page 126 respectively.
Shows the level of your battery. The
more bars you see, the more power you
have left.
Appears when you have new or
unchecked voice messages.
Appears when the call diverting feature
is activated.
Appears when you are in your home
zone. (Only if your service provider supports
this.)
Appears when your are in your office
zone. (Only if your service provider supports
this.)
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Backlight
A backlight illuminates the display and the keypad. When
you press any key the backlight turns on. It turns off when
no keys are pressed within a given period of time,
depending on your setting in the Back Light menu (Menu
9.1.6). After one minute, the display turns off to conserve
your battery power.
To specify the length of time the backlight is active, set the
Back Light menu (Menu 9.1.6). See “Back Light” on
page 154 for further details.
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Getting Started
Installing the SIM Card
When you subscribe to a cellular network, you are
provided with a plug-in SIM card loaded with your
subscription details, such as your PIN, any optional
services available and many others.
Important! The plug-in SIM card and its contacts can be
easily damaged by scratches or bending, so be careful
when handling, inserting or removing the card.
Keep all SIM cards out of the reach of small children.
1. If necessary, switch off the phone by holding down the
key until the power-off image displays.
2. Remove the battery. To do so:
Press and hold down the catch above the battery on the back
of the phone.
3. Slide the battery away, as shown.
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4. Slide the SIM card into the SIM card socket so that it
locks the card into place. Make sure the gold contacts
of the card face into the phone.
Note: When you need to remove the SIM card, slide it, as shown, and take it
out of the socket.
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5. Place the battery so that the tabs on the end align with
the slots at the bottom of the phone.
6. Press the battery until it clicks into place. Make sure
that the battery is properly installed before switching
the phone on.
Charging a Battery
Your phone is powered by a rechargeable Li-ion battery. A
travel adapter comes with your phone for charging the
battery. Use only approved batteries and chargers. Ask
your local Samsung dealer for further details.
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You can use the phone while the battery is charging, but
this causes the phone to charge more slowly.
Note: You must fully charge the battery before using your phone for the first
time. A discharged battery is fully recharged in approximately 200 minutes.
1. With the battery in position on the phone, plug the
connector of the travel adapter into the jack at the
bottom of the phone.
2. Plug the adapter into a standard AC wall outlet.
While charging, the battery icon at the top right corner of the
display repeatedly fills to show that the battery is charging.
3. When charging is finished, the battery icon becomes
solid and the “Fully charged” message is displayed,
unplug the adapter from the power outlet and from the
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phone by pressing the gray tabs on both sides of the
connector and pulling the connector out.
Note: You must unplug the adapter before you remove the battery from the
phone during charging; otherwise, the phone could be damaged.
Low Battery Indicator
When the battery is weak and only a few minutes of talk
time remain, the battery sensor informs you in the
following ways: an empty battery icon flashes (
), you
hear a warning tone, and a message repeats at regular
intervals on the display.
When the battery becomes too weak for the phone to
operate, it switches off automatically.
Switching the Phone On/Off
1. Press and hold the
on.
key until the phone switches
2. If the phone asks you to enter the phone password,
enter the password and press the OK soft key. The
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phone password is factory set to “00000000.” For
further details, see “Change Password” on page 157.
3. If the phone asks for a PIN, enter the PIN and press the
OK soft key or
key. For further details, see “Change
PIN” on page 157.
The phone searches for your network and after finding it, the
idle screen displays. Now, you can make or receive a call.
Note: The display language is preset to English at the factory. To change the
language, use the Language menu (Menu 9.4). For further details, see
“Language” on page 156.
4. When you wish to switch the phone off, press and hold
the
key until the power-off image displays.
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Call Functions
Making a Call
When the idle screen displays, enter the area code and
phone number, and press the
key.
Note: When you activate the Auto Redial option in the Extra Settings menu
(Menu 9.6), the phone automatically redials up to ten times when the person
does not answer the call or is already on the phone.
Making an International Call
1. Press and hold the
key.
The + character appears.
2. Enter the country code, area code, and phone number
and press the
key.
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Correcting the Number
To clear
Press the
the last digit
displayed
key
any other digit
in the number
Left or Right key until the cursor
is immediately to the right of the
digit to be cleared. Press the
key. You can also insert a
missing digit simply by pressing
the appropriate key.
the whole
display
key and hold it for more
than one second.
Ending a Call
When you want to finish your call, briefly press the
key.
Redialing the Last Number
The phone stores the numbers you dialed, received or
missed if the caller is identified. See “Recent Calls” on
page 75 for further details.
To recall any of these numbers:
1. If you have typed characters on the display, press the
key to return to Idle mode.
2. Press the
key to display a list of the last numbers in
the order you made or received.
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3. Use the Up and Down keys or volume keys to scroll
through the numbers until the number you want
highlights.
To
dial the number
edit the number
delete the number
delete all of the
numbers
Press the
key.
Options soft key or
key and select Edit. Then
change the number,
referring to “Correcting
the Number” on page 28.
Options soft key or
key and select Delete.
Options soft key or
key and select Delete
All.
Making a Call from Phone Book
You can store frequently used phone numbers in the SIM
card or the phone’s memory, which are collectively called
Phone Book. Simply select a name to recall the
associated number. For further details about the Phone
Book features, see page 39.
Adjusting the Volume
During a call, if you want to adjust the earpiece volume,
use the Volume keys on the left side of the phone.
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Press the
key to increase the volume level and the
key to decrease the level.
In Idle mode, you can also adjust the keypad tone volume
using these keys.
Answering a Call
When somebody calls you, the phone rings and displays
the incoming call animation.
When the caller can be identified, the caller’s phone
number, or name if stored in your Phone Book, displays.
1. Press the
key or the Accept soft key to answer the
incoming call.
If the Anykey Answer option in the Extra Settings menu
(Menu 9.6) is activated, you can press any key to answer a
call except for the
key and the Reject soft key.
Note: To reject an incoming call, press and hold the Volume keys on the left
side of the phone or press the Reject soft key or
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key.
2. End the call the
key.
Note: You can answer a call while using the Phone Book or Menu features.
Viewing Missed Calls
When you are unable to answer a call for any reason, you
can find out who is calling you, if this service is available,
so that you can call the person back.
The number of calls you missed displays on the idle
screen immediately after a call is missed.
To view the missed call immediately:
1. Press the View soft key.
The number corresponding to the most recent missed call
displays, if available.
To
scroll through the
missed calls
Press the
Up or Down key.
call the number
displayed
edit or delete a missed
call number
key.
Select soft key or
key. See below.
Editing a Missed Call Number
Note: When the number corresponding to the missed call is not available, the
Edit option does not display.
1. Press the Options soft key or
key.
2. Press the Up or Down key to highlight the Edit option.
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3. Press the Select soft key or
key.
4. Change the number.
To
Press the
call the number
key.
store the number
Save soft key or
key
and enter the name and
location.
For further details, see
page 39.
Deleting a Missed Call
1. Press the Options soft key or
key.
2. If necessary, press the Up or Down key to highlight the
Delete option.
3. Press the Select soft key or
You can press the
Call feature.
key.
key at any time to exit the Missed
Note: You can access the Missed Call feature at any time by selecting the
Missed Calls menu (Menu 1.1).
Quickly Switching to Silent Mode
Silent mode is convenient when you wish to stop the
phone from making noise, in a theater for example.
In Idle mode, press and hold the
key until the “Silent
Mode” message and the Vibration icon ( ) display.
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When you enter Silent mode, your phone changes the
sound settings as follows:
Option
New Setting
Alert Type (Menu 6.4)
Vibration
Keypad Tone (Menu 6.5)
Off
Message Tone (Menu 6.6)
Vibration
Alert on Call (Menu 6.7)
On
Power On/Off (Menu 6.8)
Vibration
Extra Tones (Menu 6.9)
Off
To exit and reactivate the previous sound settings, press
and hold the
key again until “Exit Silent Mode” appears.
The Vibration icon ( ) no longer displays.
Note: Menu 6.8 Power On/Off vibration occurs during power on NOT power off.
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Selecting Functions and Options
Your phone offers a set of functions that allow you to
customize your phone. These functions are arranged in
menus and sub-menus, accessed using the two soft keys
marked
and
. Each menu and sub-menu allows
you to view and alter the settings of a particular function.
The roles of the soft keys vary according to the function
you are currently using; the label on the bottom line of the
display just above each key indicates its current role.
To view the various functions and options available and to
select the one you want:
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1. Press the appropriate soft key.
To
Press the
select the:
• function displayed
• option highlighted
Select soft key or
the
key.
view the next function
or highlight the next
option on a list
Down key or
key
on the left side of the
phone.
move back to the
previous function or
option on a list
Up key or
key on
the left side of the
phone.
move back up one
level in the structure
Left key,
soft key
or
key.
exit the structure
without changing the
settings
key.
In some functions, you may be asked for a password or
key.
PIN. Enter the code and press the OK soft key or
Note: When you access a list of options, your phone highlights the current
option. If, however, there are only two options, such as On/Off or Enable/
Disable, your phone highlights the option that is not currently active so that you
can select it directly.
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Locking or Unlocking the Keypad
You can lock the keypad to avoid pressing keys by
mistake.
To lock the keypad manually, press and hold the
key in
Idle mode until the “Key Pad Locked” message displays.
To lock the keypad automatically, use the Auto Key Lock
option (Menu 9.1.4).
In the key lock mode, you can dial emergency calls and
answer incoming call using keypad.
When you end the call, your phone returns to the key lock
mode after a given period time.
To exit the key lock mode, press the Unlock soft key and
then press the
key.
The “Keypad Active” message displays.
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Phone Book
You can store phone numbers and their corresponding
names in your SIM card and phone’s memories. They are
physically separate but are used as a single entity, called
Phone Book.
Storing a Number with a Name
There are two ways to store a number:
• Using the Save soft key or
key in Idle mode
• Using the New Entry option in the Phone Book menu
Storing a Number in Idle Mode
When you enter a number, Save appears above the left
soft key to allow you to store the number in Phone Book.
1. Enter the number you want to store.
Note: If you make a mistake while entering a number, correct it using the
key.
2. To save the number, press the Save soft key or
key.
3. Select an icon to identify the category of the number to
be stored. Three categories are available:
•
: Mobile phone number
•
: Office number
•
: Home number
To select the category, press the Left or Right key and press
the Select soft key or
key.
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4. Choose either SIM Memory or Phone Memory to
store the number.
5. Enter a name and press the OK soft key or
key.
The maximum length you can enter for a name depends on
your SIM card.
Note: When you change phones, any numbers stored in your SIM card
memory are automatically available with the new phone, whereas any
numbers stored in the phone’s memory must be reentered.
6. Press the OK soft key to store the name and number.
The new Phone Book entry displays.
To
use the entry options
return to the idle screen
Press the
Options soft key.
For further details,
see page 41.
key.
Storing a Number Using the Phone Book Menu
1. At the idle screen, press the Name soft key.
2. Scroll to New Entry by pressing the Up or Down key
and press the Select soft key.
3. Select an icon to identify the category of the number to
be stored by pressing the Left or Right key, and press
the Select soft key or
key.
Note: The E-mail icon (
)is available in this step. It allows you to save an
E-mail address instead of a phone number.
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4. Choose either SIM Memory or Phone Memory to
store the number. Press the Select soft key or
key.
5. Enter a name and press the OK soft key or
key.
The maximum length of a name depends on your SIM card.
6. Enter a number or address you want to store and press
the Save soft key or
key.
7. Press the OK soft key or
key.
Using Phone Book Entry Options
While accessing any Phone Book entry, press the
Options soft key to use the options for the entry.
To
select the
highlighted option
Press the
Select soft key or the
key.
highlight a different Up or Down key until the
option
option you want highlights.
The following options are available:
Paste: allows you to paste the number into the normal
dialing mode. Use this option to dial a number similar to
one in Phone Book, such as a different extension in the
same office.
Use the
key to change the number as required; see
page 28 for further details. When you are ready to dial,
press the
key.
Edit: allows you to edit the name and/or number.
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Delete: allows you to erase the name and number from
Phone Book. You are asked to confirm that you wish to
erase the name and number by pressing the Yes soft key.
Copy: allows you to copy the number to another location.
You can select the memory and the location number.
Caller Group: allows you to organize your Phone Book
entry in caller groups so that the phone alerts you in a
specific way when a person from one of your groups calls
you. Select one of the ten groups available.
To remove an entry from a group, select the No Group
option.
For more information about how to change caller group
properties, see page 45.
Add Entry: allows you to add a new number to the
currently selected name.
Dialling a number from Phone Book
Once you have stored phone numbers in Phone Book, you
can dial them easily and quickly by using the location
numbers that were assigned to them in Phone Book.
Note: If you cannot remember a location number, you need to go into the
Search menu in the Phone Book menu to search for the entry by name. For
details, see page 43.
Dialing a number from the SIM card
1. In Idle mode, enter the location number for the phone
number you want to dial and press the key.
The list of entries in the SIM card appears.
2. You can press the Up or Down key to find other
numbers on the list.
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3. Press the Dial soft key,
key, or
key when you
have selected the number you want.
Dialing a number from the phone’s memory
1. In Idle mode, press and hold the 0 key. A + appears.
2. Enter the location number of the phone number you
want and press the key.
3. The list of entries in the phone’s memory appears.
4. You can press the Up or Down key to find other
numbers on the list.
5. Press the Dial soft key,
key, or
key when you
have selected the number you want.
Searching for a Number in Phone Book
After storing numbers in Phone Book, you can search for
them in two ways; by name and by caller group.
Searching for a Number by Name
1. At the idle screen, press the Name soft key.
2. Press the Select soft key or
key when Search
highlights. You are asked to enter a name.
3. Enter the first few letters of the name.
The Phone Book entries are listed, starting with the first entry
matching your input.
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To
Press the
view the highlighted
entry
View soft key.
select a different
entry
Up or Down key until
the entry you want
highlights.
look for a name
starting with a
different letter
key labeled with the
letter you want.
4. Once you have found the entry, press the
key to
dial the number, or press the Options soft key or
key to access the Phone Book entry options; for further
details, see page 41.
Searching for a Number by Caller Group
1. When the idle screen displays, press the Name soft
key.
2. Scroll to Group Search by pressing the Up or Down
key and press the Select soft key. You are asked to
enter a group name.
3. Enter the first few letters of the group name that you
wish to find.
The caller groups are listed, starting with the first group
matching your input.
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4. Scroll to the group you want by pressing the Up or
Down key and press the View soft key or
key.
The Phone Book entries in the caller group are listed.
To
Press the
view the
highlighted entry
View soft key or
select a different
entry
Up or Down key until the
entry you want highlights.
key.
5. Once you have found the entry, press the
key to
dial the number, or press the Options soft key or
key to access the Phone Book entry options; for further
details, see page 41.
Editing a Caller Group
1. When the idle screen displays, press the Name soft
key.
2. Scroll to Group Edit by pressing the Up or Down key
and press the Select soft key or
key.
3. Scroll through the group list by pressing the Up or
Down key.
4. When the group you want highlights, press the Options
soft key or
key.
5. Select each option and change the settings, as
required. The following options are available:
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Call Ring Tone: allows you to set the ring tone to be used
when you receive a voice call from a person in the group.
SMS Tone: allows you to set the ring tone to be used
when you receive a text message from a person in the
group.
Graphic: allows you to set the graphic icon to be displayed
when you receive a voice call from a person in the group.
Group Name: allows you to assign a name to the group.
For further details about how to enter characters, see
page 51.
6. When you are finished, press the
or
key.
Deleting all of the Phone Book entries
You can delete all of your entries from your phone’s
memory, your SIM card or both.
1. When the idle screen displays, press the Name soft
key.
2. Scroll to Delete all by pressing the Up or Down key and
press the Select soft key or
key.
3. To place a check mark by the memory location you
want to empty, All, SIM memory, or Phone memory,
press the
key.
You can remove the check mark by pressing the
key again.
4. Press the Delete soft key to delete the entries in the
selected memory location.
5. Enter the phone password and press the OK soft key or
key.
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Note: The password is preset to “00000000” at the factory. To change this
password, see page 167.
6. When the confirmation message appears, press the
Yes soft key or
key.
To cancel the deletion, press the No soft key.
7. When you are finished, press the C or
key.
Speed-dialing
Once you have stored phone numbers in the SIM card or
phone memory, you can set up to 8 speed-dial entries and
then dial them easily whenever you want, simply by
pressing the associated number key.
Setting Up Speed-dial Entries
1. At the idle screen, press the Name soft key.
2. Scroll to Speed Dial by pressing the Up or Down key
and press the Select soft key or
key.
3. Select the key to which you wish to assign the speeddialing number, from the
to
keys, and press
key.
the OK soft key or
Note: Memory location 1 is reserved for your Voice Mail server number.
Note: If you have already assigned a number to the key, the Options soft key
replaces the OK soft key. Go to step 6.
4. Select a Phone Book entry and press the View soft key
or
key.
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5. Select a number if the entry has more than one
number, by pressing the Up or Down key and press the
Select soft key or
key.
6. Once you have assigned a number to the selected key,
you can use the following options by pressing the
Options soft key or
key:
Change: allows you to assign a different number to the
key.
Delete: allows you to clear the setting so that no number is
assigned to the key.
Delete All: allows you to clear the settings for all keys so
that no numbers are assigned to any of the keys.
Number: allows you to view the number assigned to the
key.
7. When you are finished, press the
or
key.
Speed-dialing from Phone Book
To speed-dial the numbers assigned to keys
press and hold the appropriate key.
to
,
Checking the Memory Status
You can check how many names and numbers are stored
in Phone Book; SIM card and phone memories. You can
also see the capacity of both memories.
1. When the idle screen displays, press the Name soft
key.
2. Select the Memory Status option.
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3. Press the Up or Down key to view the number of
existing and remaining entries in the SIM card and
phone’s memory.
4. When you are finished, press the
or
key.
Using the service Dialing Numbers
You can view the list of Service Dialing Numbers (SDN)
assigned by your service provider. These numbers include
emergency numbers, directory enquiries and voice mail
numbers.
1. When the idle screen displays, press the Name soft key.
2. Select the SDN option by pressing the Up or Down key
and press the Select soft key or
key.
3. To dial the number displayed, press the Dial soft key,
key, or
key.
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Entering Text
When using your phone, you often need to enter text, such
as when storing a name in Phone Book, creating your
personal greeting or scheduling events on your calendar.
You can enter alphanumeric characters by using your
phone’s keypad.
Your phone has the following text input modes:
♦T9 mode
This mode allows you to enter words with only one
keystroke per letter. Each key on the keypad has more
than one letter; for example, when you press the
key
once, J, K or L displays. The T9 mode automatically
compares your keystrokes with an internal linguistic
dictionary to determine the correct word, thus requiring far
fewer keystrokes than the traditional upper/lower-case
character modes.
♦Character modes
These modes allow you to enter letters by pressing the
key labeled with the letter you want to enter once, twice,
three or four times until the letter displays.
♦Symbol mode
This mode allows you to enter symbols, such as
punctuation marks.
♦Number mode
This mode allows you to enter numbers.
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Changing the Text Input Mode
When you are in a field that allows characters to be
entered, you will notice the text input mode indicator on
the display.
Example: Writing a text message
To select
Press the
T9 mode
soft key until
displays. See page 53.
Upper-case
character mode
displays. See
page 55.
Lower-case
character mode
displays. See
Number mode
page 55.
displays. See
page 56.
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Using T9 Mode
T9 is a predictive text input mode that allows you to key in
any character using single keystrokes. This text input
mode is based on a built-in dictionary.
To enter a word in T9 mode:
1. When you are in T9 mode, start entering a word by
pressing the
to
keys. Press each key only
once for each letter.
Example:To enter “Hello” in T9 mode, press the
,
and
,
,
keys.
The word you are typing appears on the display. It may
change with each key that you press.
2. Enter the whole word before editing or deleting the
keystrokes.
3. When the word displays correctly, go to step 4.
If not, press the Up or Down navigation keys to display
alternative word choices for the keys that you have pressed.
Example:Both “Of” and “Me” have the
and
keys.
The phone displays the most commonly used choice first.
4. Put a space by pressing the
the next word.
key and start entering
♦To type words not found in T9 mode, change the text
input mode to the upper/lower-case character input
mode.
♦To enter full stops, hyphens or apostrophes, press the
key. T9 mode applies grammar rules to ensure
that the correct punctuation is used.
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Note: Example: The
key is used twice to display two punctuation
marks:
L
e
t
’
s
e
a
t
.
♦To shift the case in T9 mode, use the
key. There are
three cases: Initial capital ( ), Capital lock ( ), and
Lower case ( ).
♦You can move the cursor by using the Left and Right
keys. To delete letters, press the
key. Press and
hold the
key to clear the display.
To add a new word into the T9 dictionary:
1. After pressing the keys corresponding to the word you
want to add, press the 0 key or Up or Down key to
display the alternative words.
2. When you press the 0 key or Up or Down key at the last
alternative word, the display shows Add on the bottom
line. Press the Add soft key or
key.
3. If necessary, clear the word using the C key and enter
the word you want to add using Alphabet mode. See
page 55.
4. Press the OK soft key or
key.
5. The word is added to the T9 dictionary and becomes
the first word for the associated keypress series.
Note: This feature may not be available for some languages.
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♦To enter periods, hyphens, or apostrophes, press the 1
key. T9 mode applies grammar rules to ensure that
correct punctuation is used.
♦To shift case in T9 mode, use the
key. There are
three cases: Initial capital ( ), Capital lock ( ), and
Lower case ( ).
♦You can move the cursor by using the Left and Right
keys. To delete letters, press the C key. Press and hold
the C key to clear the display.
Using the Upper/Lower-Case Character Mode
Use the
to
keys to enter your text.
1. Press the key labeled with the letter you want:
- Once for the first letter
- Twice for the second letter
- And so on
2. Select the other letters in the same way.
Note: The cursor moves to the right when you press a different key. When
entering the same letter twice or a different letter on the same key, just wait for
a few seconds for the cursor to move to the right automatically, and then select
the next letter.
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See the following table for more information about the
characters available:
♦To insert a space, press the
key.
♦You can move the cursor by using the Left and Right
keys. To delete letters, press the
key. Press and
hold the
key to clear the display.
Using Number Mode
Number mode enables you to enter numbers into a text
message. Press the keys corresponding to the digits you
want to enter.
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Using Symbol Mode
Symbol mode enables you to insert symbols into a text
message.
To
Press the
select a symbol
corresponding number key.
display more symbols
Up or Down key.
clear the symbol(s)
C key. When the input field is
empty, this key returns the
display to the previous mode.
insert the symbol(s) into
your message
OK soft key or
cancel your input and
return to the previous
mode
Back soft key.
key.
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Options During a Call
Your phone provides a number of control functions that
you can use during a call.
Putting a Call on Hold
You can place the current call on hold whenever you want.
You can make another call while you have a call in
progress if your network supports this service.
To place a call on hold, simply press the Hold soft key. You
can reactivate the call whenever you want, by pressing the
Unhold soft key.
To make a call while you have a call in progress:
1. Enter the phone number that you wish to dial or look it
up in Phone Book.
2. Press the
key to dial the second call.
The first call is automatically put on hold.
Or
1. Put the current call on hold by pressing the Hold soft
key.
2. Make the second call in the normal way.
To switch between the two calls, simply press the Swap
soft key.
The current call is placed on hold and the call on hold is
reactivated so that you can continue conversing with the
other party.
End each call normally by pressing the
key.
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Using the Menu Functions
During a call, you can access the main menu functions.
1. Press the Options soft key.
2. Press the OK soft key when the Menu option highlights.
3. Press the Up or Down key to scroll through the menu
list.
Note: You cannot use some menus during a call. They are deactivated on this
list.
4. When the menu you want highlights, press the Select
soft key.
5. If the selected menu has sub-options, repeat steps 3
and 4.
For further details about the menu functions available, see
the list on page 68.
Switching the Microphone Off (Mute)
You can temporarily switch your phone’s microphone off,
so that the other party cannot hear you.
Example: You wish to say something to another person in
the room but do not want the person on the phone to hear
you.
To switch the microphone off temporarily:
1. Press the Options soft key.
2. If necessary, press the Down key to highlight the Mute
option.
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3. Press the OK soft key or
no longer hear you.
key. The other person can
To switch the microphone back on:
1. Press the Options soft key.
2. If necessary, press the Down key to highlight the
Unmute option.
3. Press the OK soft key or
hear you again.
key. The other person can
Muting/Sending Key Tones
These options allow you to turn the key tones off or on. If
the Mute keys option is selected, your phone does not
transmit the key tones. It allows you to press keys without
hearing annoying key tones during a call.
Note: To communicate with answering machines or computerized telephone systems,
the Send keys option must be selected.
Sending Tones
This option allows you to send the correct type of tones if
you need to enter a password or account number when
calling an automated system, such as a bank. To send
tones:
1. Press the Options soft key.
2. Highlight the Send DTMF option.
3. Press the OK soft key or
key.
4. Enter the required number and press the OK soft key
or key.
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Searching for a Number in Phone Book
You can search for a number in Phone Book during a call.
1. Press the Options soft key.
2. Press the Down key to highlight the Phone Book
option.
3. Press the OK soft key or
key.
The Phone Book entries are listed.
4. Enter the name that you wish to find.
If you enter the first few letters of the name, the Phone Book
entries are listed, starting with the first entry matching your
input.
5. To view the highlighted entry, press the View soft key or
key.
For further details about the Phone Book feature, see
“Phone Book” on page 39.
Call Waiting
You can answer an incoming call while you have a call in
progress, if this service is supported by the network and
you have set the Call Waiting menu (Menu 3.3) to
Activate; see “Call Waiting” on page 112. You are notified
of an incoming call by a call waiting tone.
To answer a call while you have a call in progress:
1. Press the
key to answer the incoming call. The first
call is automatically put on hold.
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2. To switch between the two calls, press the Swap soft
key.
3. To end a call on hold, press the Options soft key and
select the End Held Call option.
4. To end the current call, press the
key.
Making a Multi-party Call
A multi-party call is a network service that allows up to six
people to take part simultaneously in a multi-party or
conference call.
For further details about subscribing to this service,
contact your service provider.
Setting up the Multi-party Call
1. Call the first participant in the normal way.
2. Call the second participant in the normal way. The first
call is automatically put on hold.
3. To join the first participant to the multi-party call, press
the Options soft key and select Join. Press the OK
soft key or
key.
4. To add a new person to the multi-party call, call the
person in the normal way and then press the Options
soft key. Select the Join option and press the OK soft
key.
You can add incoming callers by answering the call and
pressing the Options soft key and selecting Join. Repeat
as required.
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Having a Private Conversation With One Participant
1. Press the Options soft key and choose the Select one
option. Press the OK soft key.
The list of call participants appears.
2. Highlight a person by pressing the Up or Down key, and
press the Select soft key or the
key or
key.
3. When the Private option highlights, press the OK soft
key or
key.
Now you can talk privately to that person. The other
participants can continue to converse with each other.
4. To return to the multi-party call, press the Options soft
key and select Join. Press the OK soft key or
key.
All of the multi-party call participants can now hear each
other.
Dropping One Participant
1. Press the Options soft key and choose the Select one
key.
option. Press the OK soft key or
The list of call participants appears.
2. Highlight a person by pressing the Up or Down key, and
press the Select soft key or the
key or
key.
3. Press the Down key to select the Remove option and
press the OK soft key or
key.
The call ends with that participant, but you can continue to
talk to the other participants.
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4. When you want to end the multi-party call, press the
key.
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Using the Menus
You can tailor the phone’s range of functions to your needs
using menus and sub-menus. Menus and sub-menus can
be accessed by scrolling using the Navigation keys or by
using the shortcuts.
Accessing a Menu Function by Scrolling
1. In Idle mode, press the Menu soft key.
2. Scroll using the Up and Down keys to reach a main
menu, Phone Settings for example. Press the Select
soft key or
key to enter the menu.
3. If the menu contains sub-menus, Language for
example, you can access them by scrolling and
pressing the Select soft key or
key.
If the menu that you have selected contains further options,
repeat this step.
To
Press the
scroll through the
menus
Up or Down keys or use
the and
keys.
confirm the
chosen setting
Select soft key or
return to the
previous menu
level
key or the Right soft
key.
key.
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To
Press the
exit the menu
without changing
the settings
key.
Accessing a Menu Function by Using Its Shortcut
The menu items, such as menu, sub-menus and options,
are numbered and can be accessed quickly by using their
shortcut numbers. The shortcut number is shown at the
bottom right next to the
soft key on the display. Simply
press the Menu soft key and enter the number of the
menu you want.
Note: The numbers assigned to each menu are indicated on the list on the next
page. They may not match the menu number on the phone, depending on the
services supported by your SIM card.
Example: Accessing the Language menu.
1. Press the Menu soft key.
2. Press the
key for Phone Settings.
3. Press the
key for Language.
The languages available display.
List of Menu Functions
The following list shows the menu structure available and
indicates the number assigned to each option and the
page where you can find a description of each feature.
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Note: If you use a SIM AT card that provides additional services, the SIM AT
menu displays when you press the Menu soft key to enter Menu mode. For
further details, see your SIM card instructions.
1. Recent Calls
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
Missed Calls
Calls Received
Calls Made
Voice Mail
Delete All
Call Time
1.6.1 Last Call Time
1.6.2 Total Sent
1.6.3 Total Received
1.6.4 Reset Timers
2. Messaging
2.1 Text Messages
2.1.1 Write New
2.1.2 Inbox
2.1.3 Outbox
2.1.4 Templates
2.1.5 Settings
2.1.6 Delete All
2.1.7 Memory Status
2.1.8 Broadcast
2.2 Multimedia Messages
2.2.1 Write New
2.2.2 Inbox
2.2.3 Outbox
2.2.4 Shop Multimedia
2.2.5 Draft
2.2.6 Templates
2.2.7 Delete All
2.2.8 Memory Status
2.2.9 Setup
2.2.10 MMS Profile
2.3 IM
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2.4 Push Messages
2.4.1 Inbox
2.4.2 Receive
2.4.3 Delete All
3. Network Serives
3.1 Call Forwarding
3.1.1 Forward Always
3.1.2 Busy
3.1.3 No Reply
3.1.4 Unreachable
3.1.5 Cancel All
3.2 Call Barring*
3.3 Call Waiting
3.2.1 Voice Calls
3.2.2 Data Calls
3.2.3 Cancel All
3.4 Network Selection
3.4.1 Automatic
3.4.2 Manual
3.5 Caller ID
3.5.1 Default
3.5.2 Hide Number
3.5.3 Send Number
3.6 Closed User Group*
4. Games
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
Shop Games
BubbleSmile
Fun2Link
MobileChess
Ultimate Golf Challenge
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5. MEdia Mall
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
Shop Ringtones
Shop Games
Shop Graphics
Shop Multimedia
Shop Applications
MEdia Home
6. Sound Settings
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
6.7
6.8
6.9
Ring Tone
Ring Volume
Shop Ringtones
Alert Type
6.4.1 Melody
6.4.2 Vibration
6.4.3 Vibra+Melody
Keypad Tone
6.5.1 Off
6.5.2 Cool
6.5.3 Piano
6.5.4 Tone
6.5.5 Beep
Message Tone
6.6.1 SMS Tone
6.6.2 SMS-CB Tone
6.6.3 MMS Tone
Alerts On Call
6.7.1 Off
6.7.2 On
Power On/Off
6.8.1 Off
6.8.2 Classical
6.8.3 Cheerful
Extra Tones
7. Applications
7.1 Alarm
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7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
7.6
7.7
7.8
7.1.1 Once Alarm
7.1.2 Daily Alarm
7.1.3 Wake-Up Call
7.1.4 Remove Alarm
7.1.5 Autopower
Calendar
Time & Date
7.3.1 Set Time
7.3.2 Set Date
7.3.3 World Time
7.3.4 Time Format
7.3.5 Auto Update
Calculator
To Do List
Voice Memo
7.6.1 Record
7.6.2 Memo List
7.6.3 Delete All
7.6.4 Memory Status
Currency Exchange
SIM-AT*
8. My MEdia
8.1 MEdia Net
8.1.1 Home
8.1.2 Favorite
8.1.3 http://
8.1.4 Settings
8.1.5 Clear Cache
8.2 Audio
8.3 Graphics
8.4 Delete All
8.5 Memory Status
9. Phone Settings
9.1 Display Settings
9.1.1 Wallpaper
9.1.2 Menu Style
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9.2
9.3
9.4
9.5
9.6
9.7
9.8
9.9
9.1.3 Shop Graphics
9.1.4 Auto Key Lock
9.1.5 Contrast
9.1.6 Back Light
9.1.7 Graphic Logo
Greeting Message
Own Number
Language
Security
9.5.1 PIN Check
9.5.2 Change PIN
9.5.3 Phone Lock
9.5.4 Change Password
9.5.5 Privacy
9.5.6 SIM Lock
9.5.7 FDN Mode
9.5.8 Change PIN2*
Extra Settings
Short Cut
Reset Settings
TTY Setting
* Shows only if supported by your SIM card.
10.
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Recent Calls
In this menu, you can view the:
♦calls you missed, received or dialed.
♦length of your calls.
Note: You can access the numbers in the three types of call records by
pressing the
key in Idle mode.
Missed Calls
This menu lets you view the numbers of the last 20
unanswered calls.
The number and name, if available, display together with
the date and time when the call was received.
By pressing the Options soft key or
key, you can:
♦delete the call from the list.
♦edit the number, if available, and save it in Phone Book.
You can also dial the number by pressing the
key.
Calls Received
This menu lets you view the last 20 numbers of the calls
you answered.
The number and name, if available, display, together with
the date and time when the call was received.
By pressing the Options soft key or
key, you can:
♦delete the call from the list.
♦edit the number, if available, and save it in Phone Book.
You can also dial the number by pressing the
key.
Calls Made
This menu lets you view the last 20 numbers you dialed.
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The number and name display, together with the date and
time when the call was made.
By pressing the Options soft key, you can:
♦delete the number.
♦edit the number and save it in Phone Book.
You can also dial the number by pressing the
key.
Voice Mail
This menu provides you with a way of accessing your
voice mailbox, if provided by your network.
The following options are available:
Connect to Voice Mail: before using the Voice Mail
feature, you must enter the voice server number obtained
from your service provider. You can then select this option
and press the OK soft key or
key to listen to your
messages.
You can connect to the voice server by pressing and
holding the
key in Idle mode.
Voice Mail Number: allows you to change the voice mail
server number, if necessary.
To
Press the
enter the server number corresponding numeric
keys.
correct a digit
C key.
move the cursor to the
left/right without
clearing the digit
Left or Right key.
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Note: Voice Mail is a network feature. Please contact your service provider for
further details.
Delete All
You can delete all of the numbers stored in each call
record category.
Select a call record using the Up or Down key and press
the Delete soft key. When a confirming message appears,
press the Yes soft key or
key.
Call Time
This menu lets you view the timers for calls you made and
received.
Note: The actual time invoiced for calls by your service provider may vary,
depending on network features, such as rounding-off for billing purposes.
The following options are available:
Last Call Time: length of the last call.
Total Sent: total length of all calls you made since the
timer was last reset.
Total Received: total length of all calls you received since
the timer was last reset.
Reset Timers: option used to reset the call timers. You
must first enter the phone password and then press the
OK soft key or
key.
Note: The password is preset to “00000000.” To change this password, see
“Change Password” on page 157.
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Messaging
In this menu, the following menu options are explained:
♦Text Messages
♦Multimedia Messages
♦Instant Messages (IM)
♦Push Messages
Text Messages
Short Message Service (SMS) allows you to send and
receive short text messages to and from other mobile
phones. In addition, your phone supports the Enhanced
Messaging Service (EMS), which enables you to include
simple pictures, melodies, and animated images in your
messages.
When the Message icon (
) appears, you have received
new text messages. When the memory is full, an error
message displays and you cannot receive any new
messages. Use the Delete option in each message box to
delete obsolete messages.
Write New
In this menu, you can write and send a text message.
Note: When you add media items to the message, the number of characters
you can enter decreases.
Creating a Simple Text Message
1. Create your message.
Note: For more information about entering characters, see “Entering Text” on
page 51.
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2. When you finish entering your message, press the
Options soft key or
key. The following options are
available:
Send Only: allows you to send the message. The
message is deleted after sending.
Save and Send: allows you to save a copy of the
message to the Outbox and then send the message.
Save Only: allows you to save the message in the Outbox
so that it can be sent later.
For more information about the Text Formatting, Add
Content, Add Templates, Add Phonebook, Add
Bookmark and Language options, see page 84.
3. Select Send or Save and Send, and press the Select
soft key or
key.
If you only want to save the message, select Save. After
saving the message, the phone returns to the Messaging
menu.
4. If you select a save option, select a location and press
the OK soft key or
key.
5. Enter a destination number and press the OK soft key
or
key. The message is sent.
Note: When the phone fails to send the message, it asks you if you want to
retry. Press the OK soft key or
key to confirm. Otherwise, press the Exit soft
key to return to the message screen.
Creating a Message Using the Options
1. Create your message.
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2. Press the Options soft key or
key.
3. Select one of the following options by using the Up and
Down keys and pressing the Select soft key or
key.
Text Formatting: allows you to format the style of the text.
For the Size attribute, Normal, Large and Small sizes are
available. For the Underline and Strikethrough
attributes, select On or Off.
The attributes can be combined.
Add Content: allows you to add a sound, melody, picture
or animated image to your message. Select the category
of the item to be added. In each category, you can select
from the various factory-set items or choose an item
received from other sources, such as the Internet or other
phones.
Add Templates: allows you to apply one of the preset
message templates to the text. Select one of the five
messages stored in the Templates menu. For further
details, see page 84.
Add Phonebook: allows you to add a Phone Book entry
to your message. Select one from the list.
Add Bookmark: allows you to add a web page’s address
stored in your Favorite list. Select one from the list.
Language: allows you to change the language to be used
in T9 input mode. Select the language to be used.
4. Complete the message, and send or save it by
following the procedure from step 2 on page 80.
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Inbox
This message box is used to store the messages that you
have received.
When you enter this menu, the list of messages displays
with the senders’ phone numbers or names, if available in
your Phone Book.
1. Select a message from the list and press the View soft
key to read the message contents.
key or
2. To scroll through the contents, press the Up or Down
key.
3. To scroll to the previous message press the
press the
key for the next message.
key or
While reading a message, you can choose the following
options by pressing the Options soft key or
key:
Delete: allows you to delete the message.
Forward: allows you to resend the message. For further
information about how to send a message, see page 79.
Text Reply: allows you to reply to the sender by sending a
text message.
Call Back: allows you to call the sender back.
Save Address: allows you to extract the sender’s number
and URL, e-mail addresses or phone numbers from the
message text, so that you can save them in your phone’s
memory.
Move to Phone: allows you to move the message to
another memory location, from the SIM card to the
phone’s memory or vice versa.
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Select Objects: allows you to save media items, such as
sounds or images, from the message into your phone’s
memory. You can then use the items when writing a
message. For details, see page 81.
Outbox
This message box is used to store the messages that you
have already sent or will send.
When you enter this menu, the list of messages in the box
displays with the recipients’ phone numbers or names, if
available in your Phone Book.
1. Select a message from the list and press the View soft
key to read the message contents.
key or
2. To scroll through the contents, press the Up or Down
key.
3. To scroll to the previous message press the
press the key for the next message.
key or
While reading a message, you can choose the following
options by pressing the Options soft key or
key:
Delete: allows you to delete the message.
Send: allows you to resend the message. For further
information about how to send a message, see page 79.
Save Address: allows you to extract the destination
number and URL, e-mail addresses or phone numbers
from the message text, so that you can save them in your
phone’s memory.
Move to Phone: allows you to move the message to
another memory location, from the SIM card to the
phone’s memory or vice versa.
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Select Objects: allows you to save the media items, such
as sounds or images, from the message into your phone’s
memory. You can then use the items when writing a
message. For details, see page 81.
Templates
Using this menu, you can preset messages that you use
most frequently.
Select an empty location or the message template you
want and press the Select soft key or
key.
The following options are available:
Edit: allows you to write a new message or edit the
message.
Note: For further details about how to enter characters, see “Entering Text” on
page 51.
Send Message: allows you to retrieve the message. Once
you have completed the message, you can send, save and
send, or simply save it. For details about how to send a
message, see page 79.
Delete: allows you to delete the message. You are asked
to confirm the deletion by pressing the Yes soft key or
key.
Settings
In this menu, you can set up default message information.
A setting group is a collection of settings required to send
messages. The number of setting groups available
depends on the capacity of your SIM card.
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Note: The last setting you accessed is automatically activated for sending
messages.
SMS Settings: the following options are available:
Service Center: allows you to store or change the number
of your message center, which is required when sending
messages. You must obtain this number from your service
provider.
Default Destination: allows you to store the default
destination number. The number automatically displays on
the Destination screen when you create a message.
Default Type: allows you to set the default message type
to Text, Fax, Email or Paging. The network can convert
the messages into the selected format.
Default Validity: allows you to set the length of time your
text messages are stored at the message center while
attempts are made to deliver them.
Setting Name: allows you to give a name to the setting
group currently being defined.
Email Settings: the following settings are provided for
Email options:
Service Center: allows you to store or change the number
of your message center, which is required when sending
messages. You must obtain this number from your service
provider.
Default Destination: allows you to store the default
destination number. The number automatically displays on
the Destination screen when you create a message.
Default Type: allows you to set the default message type
to Text, Fax, Email or Paging. The network can convert
the messages into the selected format.
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Default Validity: allows you to set the length of time your
text messages are stored at the message center while
attempts are made to deliver them.
Setting Name: allows you to give a name to the setting
group currently being defined.
Empty: this setting is available to input a personalized
name and specific settings. The following options are
available:
Service Center: allows you to store or change the number
of your message center, which is required when sending
messages. You must obtain this number from your service
provider.
Default Destination: allows you to store the default
destination number. The number automatically displays on
the Destination screen when you create a message.
Default Type: allows you to set the default message type
to Text, Fax, Email or Paging. The network can convert
the messages into the selected format.
Default Validity: allows you to set the length of time your
text messages are stored at the message center while
attempts are made to deliver them.
Setting Name: allows you to give a name to the setting
group currently being defined.
Common Setting: The following options are available:
Reply Path: allows the recipient of your message to send
you a reply message using your message center, if your
network supports this service.
Delivery Reports: allows you to activate or deactivate the
report function. When this function is activated, the
network informs you whether or not your message has
been delivered.
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Bearer Selection: allows you to choose either GSM or
GPRS, depending on your network.
Character Support: allows you to choose a character type
from GSM-Alphabet, Uni-Code or Automatic. If you
select Uni-Code and your recipient’s phone does not
support it, your recipient may not be able to read your
message.
Delete All
This menu allows you to delete all of the text messages in
each message box separately. You can also delete all of
your messages at one time.
To
Press the
select a message box to Up or Down key. To delete all of
clear
your messages, select All
messages.
place or remove a
check mark
delete the marked
objects
key.
Delete soft key.
When a confirmation message displays, press the Yes soft
key or
key to confirm.
Memory Status
You can check how many messages are currently stored
in the SIM and phone memories.
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Press the Up or Down key to view the number of
messages you stored and the total number of messages
you can store in the SIM and phone memories.
Broadcast
This network service allows you to receive text messages
on various topics, such as the weather or traffic. Cell
Broadcasting (CB) messages display as soon as they are
received, provided that:
♦the phone is in Idle mode.
♦the Receive option is set to Enable.
♦the message channel is currently active on the channel
list.
Note: Your carrier must subscribe and support this feature.
The following options are available:
Read: lets you view the message. Volatile displays the
messages from the network, but loses its contents as
soon as the phone is switched off. Scroll through the
message using the Up and Down keys. While reading a
message, press the Save soft key to store the message in
the Archive box for later retrieval.
Receive: allows you to enable or disable the reception of
broadcast messages.
Channel List: allows you to indicate the channels from
which you wish to receive cell broadcast messages. The
following options are available:
Select: used to enable or disable channels on the list by
marking or unmarking them respectively.
Add Channel: used to enter the ID and title for a new
channel.
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Delete: used to remove a channel from the list.
Edit: used to change the ID and title of an existing
channel.
Language: allows you to select your preferred language
to be used when displaying cell broadcast messages.
Please contact your service provider for more information.
Multimedia Messages
Multimedia Message Service (MMS) is a messaging
service very similar to Short Message Service (SMS). It
provides automatic and immediate delivery of personal
multimedia messages from phone to phone or from phone
to e-mail. In addition to the familiar text content of text
messages, multimedia messages can contain images,
audio clips, and graphics. An MMS message is a
multimedia presentation in a single entry. It is not a text file
with attachments. Using the MMS feature, your phone can
receive multimedia messages. You can also send picture
messages, which are short messages that contain
images, such as your photos or graphics you downloaded
from the Internet. This function is available only if it is
supported by your service provider. Only phones that offer
picture message features can receive and display picture
messages.
Write New
This menu option allows you to create a new picture
message and then send it to multiple destinations.
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Creating and Sending a Picture Message
1. Enter the subject of your message and press the OK
soft key or
key.
For further details about entering characters, see page 51.
2. When Add Here highlights, press the Options soft key
or
key and add the message contents using one of
the following options:
Add text: enter the message text and press the OK soft
key or
key.
Add Picture: allows you to add a photo stored in the
Graphics folder (Menu 8.3). You can add downloaded
images if they are in correct format and your service
provider supports them.
Add Sound: allows you to add a sound file. Select Record
to record a new voice memo or Sound list to add one of
the voice memos stored in the phone. You can add
downloaded sounds if your service provider supports
them.
Send: allows you to send the message. Use this option
when you have finished creating the message.
Save: saves the message in the Draft (Menu 2.2.5) or
Templates (Menu 2.2.6) box for later use.
Settings: allows you to change the message settings. For
further details about each setting option, see page 100.
After changing the settings, you need to press the
soft
key or the C key to go to back to the options screen.
Add destination: allows you to enter destination numbers
or addresses. See steps 6 to 11. After adding them, you
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need to press the
soft key or the C key to go to back to
the options screen.
Preview: shows the message you created.
Note: You can add text, an image, and a sound only once for each page.
3. Repeat step 2 until you have finished creating your
message.
4. If you want to change the added items, press the Up or
Down key to highlight one and press the Options soft
key or
key.
Note: Available options are different, depending on whether the item you
select on the message screen is text, an image, a sound, or the Page
field.
The following options are available:
Edit text/picture/sound: allows you to change the text or
replace the image or sound with another one.
Add page: allows you to add more pages. After you add a
page, the display shows you the current page number and
the memory space used for the page. You can move to
each page using the Left or Right key on the message
screen.
Delete: deletes the item from your message.
Duration: allows you to set when and how long text, an
image, a sound, or a page displays on the message
presentation screen. If the duration you set is shorter than
the content duration (for example, the length of sound clip)
for a particular page, the content duration is automatically
decreased.
Send: allows you to send the message.
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Save: saves the message in the Draft (Menu 2.2.5) or
Templates (Menu 2.2.6) box for later use.
Settings: allows you to change the message settings. For
further details about each setting option, see page 100.
Add Destination: allows you to enter destination
addresses. See steps 6 to 11.
Preview: shows the message you created.
5. When you have finished creating the message, choose
Send and press the Select soft key or key.
6. Select a destination type, To, Cc, or Bcc, and press
the Select soft key or
key.
7. Choose one of the following options and press the
Select soft key or
key:
Phone number: allows you to enter a destination phone
number.
E-Mail Address: allows you to enter the e-mail address of
the recipient.
Phone book: allows you to retrieve a number from your
Phone Book.
8. Enter a number or an e-mail address, or select a
number from Phone Book.
9. When the correct number or address displays, press
the OK soft key or
key.
10.To add a destination, press the Select soft key or
key when Add destination highlights. Repeat from
step 7.
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If you want to edit the destinations, select one and press the
Select soft key or
key. You can change or delete it.
11.To enter additional numbers or addresses to the other
destination types, press the C key or the
key and
repeat steps 6 through 10.
You can enter up to 10 destinations each for To, Cc, and Bcc.
12. When you have finished entering the destinations,
select Send message and press the Select soft key or
key.
Your phone sends the message.
Inbox
Viewing a Message When You Receive it
When a new multimedia message comes in, the display
shows the text notification along with the sender’s number.
1. Press the View soft key or
key to view the message.
The display shows brief information about the message,
such as the sender’s number, the message size and the
subject. If you want to view the message later in the Inbox,
press the
soft key.
2. To scroll through the message information, press the
Up or Down key.
While viewing the information, press the Options soft key
or key to use the following options:
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If you are viewing a new message, the options are the
same as when you view a message as soon as you
receive it.
When you are reviewing message, the following options
are available:
Delete: deletes the message.
Reply: allows you to reply to the sender by sending a text
or multimedia message.
Call back: allows you to call the sender.
Save address: allows you to extract the sender’s number
or e-mail address and URL, other e-mail addresses or
phone numbers from the message text.
Forward: allows you to forward the message to another
person.
Save picture: allows you to save an image from the
message into your phone. Images are stored in the
Graphics folder (Menu 8.3).
Save sound: allows you to save a sound from the
message into the Audio folder (Menu 8.2).
Properties: shows you information about the message,
such as the subject, sender’s e-mail address or phone
number, message size, recipient’s e-mail address or
phone number, its priority, and the time and date the
message was received.
3. To read the message, press the Select soft key or
when Retrieve is highlighted.
key
Your phone retrieves the message contents from the server
and displays it.
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4. To scroll through the message, press the Up or Down
key.
When you are finished, press the
key
Viewing a Received Message in the Inbox
When you access the Inbox menu option, the list of
multimedia messages you received displays with the
senders’ phone numbers, if they are available in your
Phone Book, or subjects.
♦ : MMS notifications that have been opened.
♦ : MMS notifications that are unopened.
♦ : MMS notifications that you sent an inquiry to the
MMS server for retrieving the message.
♦ : MMS notifications that the phone is retrieving the
messages from the MMS server.
♦ : MMS notifications that the phone couldn’t retrieve
♦
♦
the message.
: Messages that have been opened.
: Messages that are unopened.
1. Select a message on the list and press the Select soft
key or
key.
The message displays and scrolls to the next page, if it has
one, after a specified time.
2. Press the OK soft key or
view screen.
key to go to the message
Or, the display automatically switches to the screen.
3. To scroll through the message, press the Up or Down
key.
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If the message has more than one page, you can scroll
through the pages by using the Left and Right keys.
4. To scroll to the previous or next message, press the
or key.
While viewing a message, you can choose the Message
options by pressing the Options soft key or
key.
If you are viewing a new message, the options are the
same as when you view a message at the time of its
receipt. See the previous section.
When you are reviewing a message retrieved from the
MMS server, the following options are available:
Delete: deletes the message.
Reply: allows you to reply to the sender by sending a text
or multimedia message.
Call back: allows you to call the sender.
Save address: allows you to extract the sender’s number
or e-mail address and URL, other e-mail addresses or
phone numbers from the message text.
Forward: allows you to forward the message to another
person.
Save picture: allows you to save an image from the
message into your phone. Images are stored in the
Graphics folder (Menu 8.3).
Save sound: allows you to save a sound from the
message into the Audio folder (Menu 8.2).
Properties: shows you information about the message,
such as the subject, sender’s e-mail address or phone
number, message size, recipient’s e-mail address or
phone number, its priority, and the time and date the
message was received.
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Outbox
When you access this menu option, the list of the picture
messages you sent or saved displays.
♦ : Messages currently being sent
♦ : Messages sent
♦ : Messages your phone couldn’t send
♦ : Messages to be sent
♦ : Messages deferred
1. Select a message and press the Select soft key or
key to view the message contents.
2. Press the OK soft key or
view screen.
key to go to the message
3. To scroll through the message, press the Up or Down
key.
If the message has more than one page, you can scroll
through the pages by using the Left and Right keys.
4. To scroll to the previous or next message, press the
or
key.
While viewing a message, you can choose the following
options by pressing the Options soft key or
key:
Delete: allows you to delete the message.
Save address: allows you to extract the destination
numbers or e-mail addresses and URL, e-mail addresses
or phone numbers from the message text.
Send: allows you to send/resend the message.
Edit message: allows you to change the message
contents, sound, image, or text.
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Properites: shows you information about the message,
such as the status, subject, sender’s e-mail address or
phone number, message size, transaction ID, MMS
version, and the time and date the message was sent.
Shop Multimedia
This menu allows you to access the web site preset by
your service provider to download images or sounds.
Once you have downloaded sounds or images, they are
saved in the Audio folder (Menu 8.2) or Graphics folder
(Menu 8.3) respectively.
Draft
This menu option allows you to create a message and
save it to the Draft folder to send at a later time.
Templates
This menu stores messages you saved as templates so
that you can use them to make new messages.
1. Scroll through the template list using the Up and Down
keys.
2. When the message template you want highlights, press
the Select soft key or
key.
3. Press the OK soft key or key to access the following
options, or the display automatically shows the options
after a specified time:
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Edit message: allows you to send a message using the
template. For further details about how to send a
message, see page 90.
Delete: allows you to delete the message template. You
are asked to confirm the deletion by pressing the Yes soft
key or key.
Press the
key to return to Idle mode.
Delete All
This menu allows you to delete all of the multimedia
messages in each message box separately. You can also
delete all of your messages at one time.
To
select a message box
to clear
place or remove a
check mark
delete the marked
messages
Press the
Up or Down key. To delete all
of your messages, select All
messages.
key.
Delete soft key.
When a confirmation message displays, press the Yes
soft key or
key to confirm.
Memory Status
This menu shows how many messages are currently
stored in the phone memory.
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Setup
You can change the default message settings.
Turn a give option on or off, press the Select soft key to
place or remove a check mark on each option
The following options are available:
Delivery Report: When this option is checked, the
network informs you whether or not your message has
been delivered.
Read Reply: When this option is checked, your phone
sends a request for a reply along with your message to the
recipient.
Auto Download: When this option is checked, your phone
automatically downloads the received pictures or sounds.
Off: you need to manually download new messages by
using the Retrieve option.
On: the phone automatically retrieves new messages from
the server. As soon as you receive a message you can
use more options while you are reading. See page 96 for
further details about the options.
Message Acceptance: you can specify the category of
messages you want to receive.
Expiry Date: When this option is selected, you can select
the expiry time limit you would like the message to display.
Delivery time: you can set a time delay before the phone
sends your messages.
Priority: you can select the priority level of your
messages.
Report allowed: when this option is enabled, the sender
of an incoming message receives a delivery report from
the network.
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Page duration: you can set the length of time one page of
an incoming message displays on the message
presentation screen. After a specified time, the display
automatically scrolls to the next page.
MMS Profile
In this menu, you can configure various settings that are
required when you send or receive multimedia messages.
Note: The Cingular settings should not be changed in order to allow MMS to be
sent on the Cingular network.
The following options are available:
Cingular MMS: Service provider name.
Profile Name: Name that you wish to assign to the MMS
server.
Connection URL: Address of your MMS server.
Security: Data transmission mode. Choose Secure to
protect your data against unauthorized access; otherwise,
choose Non-Secure.
IP Address: Gateway address required to connect to the
MMS server.
User Name: User ID required to connect to the MMS
server.
Password: Password required to connect to the MMS
server.
APN: Access point name used for the address of the MMS
server. For further details, contact your service provider.
Profile x Info: Service provider name.
Use this menu option to select different profile settings
than the Cingular default.
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Profile Name: Name that you wish to assign to the MMS
server.
Connection URL: Address of your MMS server.
Security: Data transmission mode. Choose Secure to
protect your data against unauthorized access; otherwise,
choose Non-Secure.
IP Address: Gateway address required to connect to the
MMS server.
User Name: User ID required to connect to the MMS
server.
Password: Password required to connect to the MMS
server.
APN: Access point name used for the address of the MMS
server. For further details, contact your service provider.
Instant Messaging (IM)
The instant messaging option allows you to send and
receive instant messages using AOL® Instant
Messenger™ service or ICQ®.
AOL Instant Messenger Service (AIM®)
You must already have an AIM Screen name and
password to log in. If you don’t have an AIM screen name,
you can get one free at www.aim.com.
Follow these easy steps to log in:
1. Highlight IM (Menu 2.3) and press the Select soft key.
2. Use the navigation keys to highlight the AIM. Press the
Select soft key.
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3. Enter your Screen name and Password. Press the
Sign on soft key.
4. If the sign-on was successful, you will see Welcome,
followed by a list of options.
Buddy List Group
The first time you sign on to AIM from your phone, a
special Buddy List group is created. When you sign back
on to AIM from your computer, this list appears as a new
group called Mobile Device. You can manage this list using
your PC or your phone.
Send an Instant Message
1. From the AIM main menu, scroll to and select Buddy
List.
2. Use the navigation keys to highlight a buddy and press
key.
the Select soft key or
The following information is listed:
Send IM: This option launches the IM screen for you to
begin entering text.
Buddy info: This option provides information about the
buddy you have selected. It displays their status, screen
name, and client type.
Set Alert: This option sets an alert for the buddy when
they have activity on their session. To release the alert,
highlight release alert and press the Select soft key.
Block IMs: This option blocks any messages from the
buddy you have selected.
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Add Buddy: This option allows you to add another AIM
user to the conversation.
Delete buddy: This option deletes the selected buddy
from your buddy list.
Search: This option allows you to search for an AIM user
by their Screen name or E-mail address.
Menu
The Menu screen provides the following options:
Conversations
This function displays the conversations that you have
active. To select and view a conversation, press the Select
soft key or
key.
Blocked List
The blocked list shows all buddies that you have blocked
from sending you instant messages. The
icon displays
next to the screen name.
IM Settings
The instant message (IM) settings screen gives you the
option to save your password so that you do not have to
enter it each time you log on. Use the up and down
navigation keys to highlight the option. Press the Select
soft key or
key to save.
Saved history
This option provides the ability to save the conversations
you’ve had on your phone.
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Exit
This option exits you from the AIM Screen but does not log
you off the system.
Sign Off
This option will sign you off and end all conversations. To
sign off, press the OK soft key or
key. To cancel, press
the Cancel soft key.
The following table lists the icons associated with the
Buddy List.
Status Icons
The Buddy List displays an icon to the left of each user to
show their status. The following table describes what
these icons represent.
Icon
Description
You have new/unread messages from
this user.
Messages from this user are being
declined.
This user is online but has turned on
their Away Message.
You will be alerted when this user signs
on.
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This user is online.
This user is not online.
ICQ®
You must already have an ICQ Screen name and
password to log in. If you don’t, you can get one free from
www.icq.com. Follow these easy steps to log in:
1. Scroll right on the navigation key to highlight the ICQ
key.
icon. Press the Select soft key or
2. Enter your ICQ number and Password. Press the
Connect soft key. The Contact List screen displays
with the My Status option highlighted.
1. Press the Select soft key. The following options are
displayed.
My Availability: This option allows you to set your
availability to Available, Away, or Invisible. Use the Up or
Down navigation keys to highlight an option and press the
Select soft key.
Add user: This option allows you to enter another user’s
ICQ #.
Search: This option allows you to search for another user
by entering their ICQ # or their E-mail address.
Send message to: This option allows you to enter an ICQ
# and begin a conversation.
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Blocked List: This option displays the list of members
blocked from sending you instant messages.
Menu
The Menu screen provides the following options:
Conversations
This function displays the conversations that you have
active. To select and view a conversation, press the Select
soft key or
key.
Blocked List
The blocked list shows all buddies that you have blocked
from instant messages.
Saved history
This option provides the ability to save the conversations
you’ve had on your phone.
Exit
This option exits you from the ICQ Screen but does not log
you off the system.
Disconnect
This option will sign you off and end all conversations. To
sign off, press the OK soft key or
key. To cancel, press
the Cancel soft key.
Cingular Wireless IM, Future 1, Future 2
With IM, you have the choice of selecting the instant
messaging service you want to use. Since each instant
messaging service has its own display text and icons
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associated with it, the display text and icons may display
differently than what is displayed in this user guide. If you
have any questions about the differences in the various
networks’ display text and icons, contact your service
provider for more information.
Push Message
This menu option allows you to receive and access web
messages from the server.
The following options are available:
Inbox: allows you to read the messages received from the
web server.
Receive: allows you to set whether or not your phone
receives web messages.
Delete All: allows you to delete all of the web messages.
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Network Services
These menu functions are network services. Please
contact your service provider to check their availability and
subscribe to them, if you wish.
Call Forwarding
This network service enables incoming calls to be
rerouted to the number that you specify.
Example:You may wish to forward your business calls to a
colleague while you are out of the office.
To set your call forwarding options:
1. Select a call forwarding option by pressing the Up or
key.
Down key and then press the Select soft key or
The following options are available:
Forward Always: all calls are forwarded.
Busy: calls are forwarded when you are already on
another call.
No Reply: calls are forwarded when you do not answer
the phone.
Unreachable: calls are forwarded when you are not in an
area covered by your service provider.
Cancel All: all call forwarding options are canceled.
2. Select the type of calls, voice or data, by pressing the
Up or Down key and then press the Select soft key or
key.
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The current status displays. If the option has already been
set, the number to which the calls are forwarded displays.
To
Press the
activate call
forwarding
Activate soft key. Go to
step 3.
change the call
number
Change soft key. Go to
step 3.
deactivate call
forwarding
Remove soft key.
3. Enter the number to which the calls are to be forwarded
key.
and press the OK soft key or
The phone sends your settings to the network and the
network’s acknowledgement displays.
You can deactivate all call forwarding settings by selecting
the Cancel All option.
Call Barring
The call barring network service allows you to restrict your
calls.
Note: This option must be supported by your carrier and subscription is
required.
You can use the following options to restrict voice and/or
data calls:
All Outgoing: calls cannot be made.
International: international calls cannot be made.
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International Except to Home: when abroad, calls can
be made only to numbers within the current country and to
your home country, which is the country where your home
network provider is located.
All Incoming: calls cannot be received.
Incoming While Abroad: calls cannot be received when
you are using your phone outside of your home service
area.
Cancel All: all call barring settings are deactivated; calls
can be made and received normally.
To Set Your Call Barring Options
1. Select a call barring option by pressing the Up or Down
key and then press the Select soft key or
key.
2. Select the type of calls, voice or data, by pressing the
Up or Down key and then press the Select soft key or
key.
3. Press the Activate soft key to confirm your settings.
4. Enter your call barring password supplied by your
service provider.
The phone sends your settings to the network and the
network’s acknowledgement displays.
To Deactivate Specific Call Barring Settings
1. Select the call barring option to be deactivated.
2. Select the type of calls to which this option applies.
3. Press the Deactivate soft key.
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4. Enter your call barring password supplied by your
service provider.
The phone sends your settings to the network and the
network’s acknowledgement displays
You can also deactivate all call barring settings by
selecting the Cancel All option.
Change Barring Password: you can set and change the
call barring password obtained from your service provider
using this option. You must enter the current password
before you can specify a new one.
Once you have entered a new password, you are asked to
confirm it by entering it again.
Call Waiting
This network service informs you when someone is trying
to reach you during another call.
You can specify individual call waiting options for voice
calls and/or data calls.
To set your call waiting options:
1. Select the type of calls, voice or data, to which the call
waiting option is to be applied by pressing the Up or
key.
Down key and then press the Select soft key or
The screen informs you whether call waiting is activated or
deactivated.
2. You can activate or deactivate the call waiting feature
using the Activate or Deactivate soft key respectively.
To return to the previous screen, press the Exit soft key.
You can also deactivate all call waiting settings by
selecting the Cancel All option.
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Network Selection
The Network Selection feature enables you to
automatically or manually select the network used when
roaming outside of your home area.
Note: You can select a network other than your home network only if there is a
valid roaming agreement between them.
To indicate to automatically or manually select the network
when roaming:
1. When Network Selection displays, press the Select
soft key.
2. Press the Up or Down key until the appropriate option
highlights, then press the OK soft key or
key.
If you select Automatic, you are connected to the first
available network when roaming.
If you select Manual, the phone scans for the available
networks. Go to Step 3.
3. Press the Up or Down key until the network you want
highlights and then press the OK soft key or
key.
You are connected to that network.
Caller ID
You can prevent your phone number from being displayed
on the phone of the person being called.
Note: Some networks do not allow you to change this setting.
The following options are available:
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Default: the default setting provided by the network is
used.
Hide Number: your number does not display on the other
person’s phone.
Send Number: your number is sent each time you make a
call.
Closed User Group (CUG)
This network service allows incoming and outgoing calls
to be restricted to a selected user group. You can create
up to ten user groups.
Note: This option must be supported by your carrier and subscription is
required.
For details on how to create and use a closed user group,
contact your service provider.
Example: A company lends SIM cards to its employees and
wants to restrict outgoing calls to members of the same
team.
Activating a Closed User Group
If you select the Closed User Group menu, you can enter
the CUG function. You can now access the following
options after pressing the Select soft key or
key:
Index List: lets you list, add or delete CUG index
numbers. The list of current CUG indexes appears. Add a
new CUG index as advised by your service provider or
delete a selected group.
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To
Press the
scroll through the
existing CUG
indexes
Up or Down key.
add a new CUG
index
Options soft key, select the
Add option and enter the
index.
delete a CUG
index
Options soft key and select
the Delete option.
activate a CUG
index
Options soft key and select
the Activate option.
Outside Access: lets you enable or disable calls to
numbers other than those in the Closed User Group. This
feature depends on the nature of your CUG subscription.
Please check with your service provider.
Default Group: you may set a default CUG with your
service provider. If you have done so, you can enable the
Default Group option on your phone. When making a call,
you are given the option of using your default CUG,
instead of selecting one from the list.
Deactivate: deactivates the CUG function. This option
appears only when the default group is enabled or a CUG
index is selected.
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Games
You can download MIDlets (Java applications that run on
mobile phones) from various sources using the WAP
Browser, and store them in your phone.
When you access the Games menu, the list of the default
games appears. Once you have downloaded games, they
are added to the list.
Note: Java services may not be available, depending upon your service
provider.
Downloading a new game
You can download more games from the web site preset
by your service provider using the Shop Games option.
Launching a MIDlet
Note: The procedure explained below is for the default games. For downloaded
games, the procedure may be different.
1. Scroll to the MIDlet you want on the Games list and
key.
press the Launch soft key or
2. On the startup screen of the MIDlet, scroll to an option
using the Navigation keys.
The following options are available:
START GAME: starts a new game.
CONTINUE: allows you to continue the last game you
played.
HIGH SCORE: shows the high score table. This option
may not be available for some games.
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HOW TO PLAY: shows how to play the game and the key
functions for the game.
OPTION: allows you to switch the game sound on or off.
3. Press the
key to confirm your selection.
While you are playing a game, to
adjust the sound volume
stop the game and return to
the startup screen
exit the game
Press the
Volume keys.
key.
key.
Using the game options
You can access the following options by pressing the
Options soft key on the Games list.
Delete: allows you to delete the currently selected MIDlet.
When you select the default games from the list, this
option is not available.
Delete all: allows you to delete all of the MIDlets you
downloaded from the wireless web. When you select the
default games from the list, this option is not available.
Properties: shows you information about the currently
selected MIDlet, such as the file size, application version,
and its vendor.
Memory status: shows you the Total, Free, and Used
memory, and also number of games you downloaded.
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Entering Text
If you need to enter text while using a MIDlet, you can use
the following input modes:
Upper-case character mode (A): allows you to enter
upper-case English characters.
Lower-case character mode (a): allows you to enter
lower-case English characters.
Number mode (1): allows you to enter numbers.
Symbol mode: allows you to enter symbols. After
highlighting a symbol by pressing the Navigation keys,
press the
key to insert it.
T9 mode (T9): allows you to enter English characters by
pressing one key per letter.
To change the text input mode, press the
key until the
appropriate indicator appears on the soft key area of the
display.
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MEdia Mall
The MEdia Mall menu provides the following options:
♦Shop Ringtones
♦Shop Games
♦Shop Graphics
♦Shop Multimedia
♦Shop Applications
♦MEdia Home
Shop Ringtones
Selecting this menu option launches the web browser to
the Download Center menu.
1. Use the Select soft key to choose the option.
2. Use the Up and Down navigation keys to move to your
desired option and press the Select soft key.
3. Continue to navigate through the menu options.
Note: Additional charges may incur when downloading ringtones. Contact your
service provider for further information.
Shop Games
Selecting this menu option launches the web browser to
the Cingular’s Arcade menu.
1. Use the Select soft key to choose the option.
2. Use the Up and Down navigation keys to move to your
desired option and press the Select soft key.
3. Continue to navigate through the menu options.
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Note: Additional charges may incur when downloading games. Contact your
service provider for further information.
Shop Graphics
Selecting this menu option launches the web browser to
the Download Center menu.
1. Use the Select soft key to choose the option.
2. Use the Up and Down navigation keys to move to your
desired option and press the Select soft key.
3. Continue to navigate through the menu options.
Note: Additional charges may incur when downloading graphics. Contact your
service provider for further information.
Shop Multimedia
Selecting this menu option launches the Shop Multimedia
Store menu.
1. Use the Select soft key to choose the option.
2. Use the Up and Down navigation keys to move to your
desired option and press the Select soft key.
3. Continue to navigate through the menu options.
Note: Additional charges may incur when downloading items. Contact your
service provider for further information.
Shop Applications
Selecting this menu option launches the web browser to
the games menu.
1. Use the Up and Down navigation keys to move to your
selection and press the Options soft key. Press the
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Select soft key to continue or Back to make another
selection.
2. Use the Up and Down navigation keys to move to your
desired option and press the Select soft key.
3. Continue to navigate through the menu options.
MEdia Home
Selecting this menu option launches the Cingular menu.
1. Use the Select soft key to choose the option.
2. Use the Up and Down navigation keys to move to your
desired option and press the Select soft key.
3. Continue to navigate through the menu options.
Note: Additional charges may incur when downloading items. Contact your
service provider for further information.
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Sound Settings
You can use the Sound Settings feature to customize
various settings, such as the:
● ring melody, volume and type.
● sounds made when you press a key, receive a
message, or switch your phone on/off.
● alert tone made every minute during a call, when you
make an error or when your call is connected to the
system.
Note: When the phone is in Silent mode, you cannot change the sound
settings.
Ring Tone
This menu allows you to select a ring melody.
You can choose between many different melodies. Each
time you select a melody, it plays continuously until you
make a selection or exit the option. If you have
downloaded sounds from the Internet, you can use them
in this menu.
Ring Volume
This menu allows you to adjust the ring volume to one of
five levels.
Use the Up and Down keys or the Volume keys on the left
side of the phone to increase or decrease the volume.
Shop Ringtones
This option opens the WAP browser to a web site where
you can download additional ringtones.
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Alert Type
This menu allows you to specify how you are to be
informed of incoming calls.
The following options are available:
Melody: the phone rings using the ring melody selected in
the Ring Tone menu (Menu 6.1).
Vibration: the phone vibrates but does not ring.
Vibra+Melody: the phone first vibrates three times and
then starts ringing.
Keypad Tone
This menu allows you to select the tone that the phone
sounds when you press a key. The options are Off, Cool,
Piano, Tone and Beep.
To turn off the sound, select Off.
Message Tone
This menu allows you to select how the phone informs you
that a new message has been received.
SMS Tone
The following options are available for alerting you to new
SMS messages:
SMS Tone x: the phone uses one of several SMS tones.
Off: the phone does not use the SMS tone.
Vibration: the phone vibrates.
Single Beep: the phone beeps once.
SMS-CB Tone
The following options are available for alerting you to new
SMS-CB messages:
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Off: the phone does not use the SMS-CB tone.
Vibration: the phone vibrates.
Single Beep: the phone beeps once.
SMS-CB Tone x: the phone uses one of several SMS-CB
tones.
MMS Tone
The following options are available for alerting you to new
multimedia messages:
MMS Tone x: the phone uses one of several MMS tones.
Off: the phone does not use the MMS tone.
Vibration: the phone vibrates.
Single Beep: the phone beeps once.
Alert on Call
This menu option allows you to turn off the following alerts
during a call:
● Alarm
● Text messages
● MMS
● SMS
● Low Battery
● WAP Push
The default setting is On. To turn off this setting, select the
Off setting and press the Select soft key.
Power On/Off
This menu allows you to select the melody that the phone
sounds when it is switched on and off.
To turn the sound off, select Off.
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Extra Tones
You can customize additional tones used for the phone.
To turn a given tone
Press the
on
On soft key or
key. A check
mark displays in front of the
option.
off
key. The check
Off soft key or
mark no longer displays.
The following options are available:
Error Tone: sets whether or not the phone informs you
when you have make a mistake.
Minute Minder: sets whether or not the phone beeps
every minute during an outgoing call to keep you informed
of the length of your call.
Connect Tone: sets your phone to beep when your call is
connected to the system.
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Applications
The Applications menu enables you to:
♦set the alarm so that the phone rings at a specific time,
such as to remind you of an appointment.
♦view the calendar and organize your schedule.
♦set the current date and time.
♦use the phone as a calculator for basic mathematical
equations or currency exchange operations.
♦define a list of things to do.
♦create personal voice memo’s.
♦identify currency exchange rates
Alarm
This feature allows you to:
♦set the alarm to ring at a specific time.
♦set the phone to switch on automatically and ring the
alarm even if the phone is switched off.
The following options are available:
Once Alarm: the alarm rings only once and is then
deactivated.
Daily Alarm: the alarm rings every day at the same time.
Wake-up Call: the alarm rings to wake you up in the
morning.
To set the alarm:
1. Choose the type of alarm to be set and press the
key.
Select soft key or
2. Enter the time for the alarm to sound.
If you want to use the alarm options, press the Options soft
key. The following options are available:
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Remove Alarm: deactivates the current alarm.
Alarm Tone: allows you to select an alarm melody.
3. Press the OK soft key.
4. Choose AM or PM using the Up and Down keys and
press the Select soft key or
key.
Note: Your phone is preset to use 12-hour format. To change the time format,
see page 134.
5. If you select Wake-up Call in step 1, select the repeat
option, Monday to Friday or Monday to Saturday and
press the Select soft key or
key.
To stop the alarm when it rings press the Exit soft key,
Volume keys, C key,
key, or
key.
Remove Alarm: deactivates all alarm settings.
Autopower: when this option is set to Enable, the alarm
rings at the specified time, even if the phone is switched
off.
If the option is set to Disable and the phone is switched off
at the specified time, the alarm does not ring.
Calendar
With the Calendar feature, you can:
♦consult the calendar.
♦write memos to keep track of your schedule.
♦set an alarm to act as a reminder, if necessary.
Consulting the Calendar
When you select the Calendar menu (Menu 7.2), the
calendar displays with today’s date highlighted. The
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following options are available when you press the
Options soft key:
Search All: displays all memos set, starting with the
oldest, regardless of the day. To scroll through the memos,
press the Up or Down key.
Delete All: allows you to delete all of the memos. You are
asked to confirm your action.
Go to Date: allows you to jump to a specific date.
Exit: exits the Calendar feature and returns to Idle mode.
Writing a Memo
To write or edit a memo on a specific date:
1. Select a date on the calendar, using the Navigation
keys.
Note: To skip to the previous or next month, press the Volume keys on the left
side of the phone.
2. Press the
key.
An empty memo screen displays to allow you to enter your
memo.
3. Enter your memo and then press the OK soft key or
key.
Note: For further details about how to enter characters, see page 51.
You are asked if you wish to set an alarm.
4. If you want the alarm to ring on the chosen day, press
the Yes soft key or
key.
Otherwise, press the No soft key. The memo is saved and the
display returns to the calendar.
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5. If you pressed the Yes soft key or
key, set the time
for the alarm and press the OK soft key or
key.
Note:
• Your phone is preset to a 12-hour format. To change the time format,
see page 134.
• When the alarm time you set goes off and the alarm rings. To view
details about the memo, press the View soft key. To stop the alarm,
press the Exit soft key, C key,
key, or
key.
You can also select the melody for the alarm by pressing the
Melody soft key.
6. Select either AM or PM and press the Select soft key
or
key.
The color of the date on the calendar changes to green to
indicate that a memo exists for that date.
Viewing a memo
When you select a day on which more than one memo
exists, the latest memo for the day displays.
In that case, press the Up or Down key to scroll to the
previous or next memo.
You can access the following options by pressing the
Options soft key or
key:
New: allows you to add a new memo.
Edit: allows you to change the memo text.
Alarm: allows you to set the alarm to ring at the specified
time to remind you of the memo. If you have already set an
alarm for that memo, you can change or delete the alarm.
Delete: deletes the memo.
Copy to: allows you to copy the memo to another date or
time.
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Move to: allows you to change the time or date of the
memo.
Time & Date
This menu allows you to change the current time and date
displayed. You can also check the current time for 22
major cities around the world.
The following options are available:
Set Time: allows you to enter the current time. You can
choose the time format in the Time Format menu (Menu
7.3.4).
Note: Before setting the time, you must specify your time zone in the World
Time menu (Menu 7.3.3).
Set Date: allows you to enter the month, day and year.
World Time: allows you to find out what time it is another
part of world, using the Left and Right keys.
The screen shows the:
• city name.
• time difference between the selected city and your city if you have
set the local time (see below for further details).
• current date and time.
• city selected as your time zone.
To select your time zone:
1. Select the city corresponding to your time zone by
pressing the Left or Right key one or more times. The
local date and time display.
2. Press the Set soft key.
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Time Format: allows you to change the time format to 24
Hours or 12 Hours.
Auto Update: allows you to use the service providers
network time and date. You can choose from Off, On, and
Confirm First.
Calculator
With this feature, you can use the phone as a calculator.
The calculator provides the basic arithmetic functions;
addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.
1. Enter the first number using the numeric keys.
Note: To include a decimal point or a bracket, press the left soft key until the
symbol you want displays.
2. Press the right soft key until the symbol you want
displays: + (addition), - (subtraction), * (multiplication), /
(division).
3. Enter the second number.
4. To view the result, press the
key.
5. Repeat steps 1 to 4 as many times as required.
To Do List
This feature allows you to:
♦enter a list of tasks to be done.
♦assign a priority and a deadline to each task.
♦sort the tasks by priority and status mark.
Creating the To Do List
1. Press the New soft key or
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key.
2. Enter the first task.
Note: For further details about how to enter characters, see page 51.
3. Press the OK soft key or
key.
4. Select a priority level of high, normal, or low priority
using the Up or Down key and press the Select soft key
or
key.
5. Enter your deadline and press the OK soft key or
key.
If you do not want to set a deadline, press the Skip soft key.
Editing the To Do List
When you select the To Do List menu, the current
contents display with a status mark, if the task has been
done, and priority;
for High,
for Normal and
for
Low.
To view the details for a task, select it from the list. You can
scroll to other task by pressing the Up or Down key.
To change the status of a task, press the key to mark
the task as completed as of the current time and date.
By pressing the Options soft key or
key on the list or
the task view, you can access the following options:
New: allows you to create a new task.
Mark: allows you to change the status of the current task
to either Done or Undo.
Edit: allows you to change the text, priority, and/or
deadline for the current task.
Sort: allows you to sort the existing tasks by priority of
status. Select the sort criteria, High, Low, Done, or Undo.
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Copy: makes a copy of the current task.
Copy to calendar: allows you to copy the current task as
a calendar memo. You can change the text and deadline
for the task, and set the alarm.
Delete: deletes the current task.
Delete all: allows you to delete all of the tasks.
Exit: exits the To do list.
Action
Procedure
View the details 1. Highlight the task.
for a specific task
2. Press the Options soft
key.
3. Scroll through the tasks
using the Up and Down
keys.
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Action
Change the
status of a
specific task
Procedure (Continued)
1. Highlight the task.
2. Press the key to mark
the task as completed as
of the current date and
time.
Or
1. Highlight the task.
2. Press the Options soft
key.
3. Select the Mark option.
4. Select the appropriate
status (Done or Undo).
Create a new
task
1. Press the Options soft
key.
2. Select the New option.
3. Enter text, priority and
deadline for the task.
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Action
Edit an existing
task
Procedure (Continued)
1. Highlight the task.
2. Press the Options soft
key.
3. Select the Edit option.
4. Change the text, priority
and/or deadline for the
task.
Sort the existing
tasks by priority
or status
1. Press the Options soft
key.
2. Select the Sort option.
3. Select the sort criterion
(High, Low, Done or
Undo).
Copy a task
1. Highlight the task.
2. Press the Options soft
key.
3. Select the Copy option.
4. Change the text, priority
and/or deadline for the
task.
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Action
Copy a task to
the calendar
Procedure (Continued)
1. Highlight the task.
2. Press the Options soft
key.
3. Select the Copy to
Calendar option.
4. Change the text and/or
deadline for the task and
set the alarm.
Delete a task
1. Highlight the task.
2. Press the Options soft
key.
3. Select the Delete option.
Delete all tasks
1. Press the Options soft
key.
2. Select the Delete All
option.
3. Confirm the deletion by
pressing the OK soft
key.
Exit the To Do
list
1. Press the Options soft
key.
2. Select the Exit option.
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Voice Memo
The voice memo menu allows you to record voice memo’s
for easy retrieval at a later time.
The following options are available:
♦Record
♦Memo List
♦Delete All
♦Memory Status
Record
This menu allows you to record a new memo. When you
select this option, the display shows a 30-second timer.
1. To start recording, press the Record soft key or
key.
2. Record a memo by speaking into the microphone.
3. When you press the Stop soft key or
key, or if the
recording time expires, the following options display:
Replay: plays back your memo.
Re-Record: discards the memo and enables you to record
another one.
Save: allows you to save the memo.
Quit: cancels your recording and exits the Record menu.
4. To save the memo, choose Save and press the Select
soft key or
key.
5. Press the C key to clear the default name, if necessary,
and enter a name for the memo.
For further details about how to enter characters, see
page 51.
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6. Press the OK soft key or
key.
The memo is saved and then the display shows the memo
information.
7. Press the Options soft key or
following memo options:
key to access the
Send: allows you to send the memo to other people by
using the MMS feature. Follow the procedure on page 79.
Rename: allows you to change the memo’s name.
Delete: allows you to delete the memo.
8. To exit, press the
soft key or
key.
Memo list
This menu shows a list or saved voice memos. Scroll to a
key. The
memo and press the Options soft key or
following options are available:
Play: plays the memo.
Send: allows you to send the memo to other people by
using the MMS feature. See page 80 for further details
about sending a message.
Rename: allows you to change the memo’s name.
Information: displays information about the memo, such
as the name, the date when the memo was made,
recording durations, and memory size.
Delete: allows you to delete the memo.
Delete all
In this menu, you can delete all of your voice memos.
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When the confirmation message appears, press the Yes
soft key or key. To cancel the deletion, press the No soft
key.
Memory status
You can check the amount of memory being used and the
memory remaining for voice memos.
The display shows the total, free, and used memory
including the number of memos you recorded and the total
umber of the memos you can record.
Currency Exchange
Using this menu, you can figure currency conversions.
1. Enter the current exchange rate of your source
currency and press the OK soft key.
You can insert a decimal point by pressing the
key.
2. Enter the amount to convert and press the OK soft key.
The amount you entered and its equivalent value display.
3. Press the
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soft key to exit the currency converter.
My MEdia
The My MEdia menu option is used to access the internet
and the following available options listed.
MEdia Net
Your phone is equipped with a WAP (Wireless Application
Protocol) browser to allow you to access and navigate the
Wireless Web using your phone.
Home
Selecting this menu connects the phone to the network
and loads the homepage of the Wireless Web service
provider. You can also press the
key in Idle mode.
The content of the WAP Browser startup homepage
depends on your Wireless Web service provider. To scroll
through the screen, use the Up and Down keys.
Note: To access the startup homepage from any other screen in the WAP
Browser, use the Home option.
Exiting the WAP Browser
To exit the browser at any time, simply press the
or press and hold the
key.
key
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Navigating the WAP Browser
To
scroll through and
select browser
items
Press the
Up or Down key and then
press the OK soft key or
key to confirm the selection.
select a numbered corresponding numeric key.
item
return to the
previous page
Back soft key or the
return to the
startup homepage
key and select the Home
menu. For further details
about this option, see
page 145.
key.
Entering Text in the WAP Browser
When you are prompted to enter text, the current text input
mode is indicated on the screen.
The following modes are available:
Upper-case character (A): allows you to enter uppercase English characters.
Lower-case character (a): allows you to enter lower-case
English characters.
allows you to enter symbols in upper or
Symbols:
lower-case character mode.
Number (1): allows you to enter numbers.
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To change the Press the
text input
times.
mode
To enter a
space
To edit text
Press the
key one or more
key.
1. Set the cursor to the right of
the character(s) to be
corrected.
2.Press the
required.
key as
3.Enter the correct
character(s).
Selecting and Using Menu Options
Various menus are available when you are using the WAP
Browser to navigate the Wireless Web.
To access a menu option:
1. Press and hold down the
A menu displays.
key.
2. Highlight a menu by pressing the Up and Down keys.
3. Select the option by pressing the Select soft key or
key.
4. If necessary, select a secondary option using the Up
and Down keys, and press the Select soft key or key
to confirm.
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Note: The menus may vary, depending on your version of the WAP Browser.
The following options are available:
Reload: reloads the current page.
Home: takes you back at any time to the homepage of the
Wireless Web service provider.
Goto URL: allows you to manually enter the URL address
of a Web page. After entering an address, press the OK
soft key or
key to go there directly.
Show URL: displays the URL address of the site to which
you are currently connected. It also enables you to declare
the current site as the startup homepage.
To
Press the
declare the current Option soft key or
key,
page as your
select the Save to Home
startup homepage option and press the
Select soft key.
set a bookmark for
the current page
key,
Option soft key or
select the Save to
Bookmark option and
press the Select soft key.
cancel your setting Back soft key.
Edit Home: allows you to change the startup homepage
manually. Enter the required URL and press the OK soft
key or
key. For more information about entering text,
see page 51.
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Favorite
This menu allows you to store the URL addresses of your
favorite web sites. You can access this menu directly by
pressing and holding down the
key while using the
WAP Browser.
To store a URL address:
1. Select an empty location and press the Options soft
key.
key or
2. Enter the address and press the Enter soft key or
key.
Note: For further details about how to enter characters, see “Entering Text” on
page 51.
3. Enter a name for the favorite item and press the Enter
soft key.
After saving favorite items, you can use the following
options by pressing the Options soft key or
key:
Goto URL: takes you to the site.
Edit: allows you to edit the address.
Delete: deletes the address.
http://
This menu allows you to manually enter the URL address
of the web site that you wish to access. You can access
this menu directly by pressing and holding the key in the
WAP browser.
For further details about entering characters, see “Entering
Text” on page 51.
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Settings
This option allows you to set up five proxy servers for the
WAP browser. Contact your service provider for details.
For each server, the following options are available:
Profile Name: enter a name that you wish to assign to the
HTTP proxy server.
Homepage URL: set the address of your startup
homepage. When the default homepage displays, you can
delete it using the
key and enter your own choice.
Security: set the data transmission mode. Choose
Secure to protect your data against unauthorized access;
otherwise, choose Non-Secure.
Bearer: select the bearer to be used for each type of
network address accessed: GPRS or Data. The remaining
options depend on the Bearer setting.
When the bearer is set to GPRS:
IP address: enter the WAP gateway address required to
connect to the Internet.
User Name: enter the User ID required to connect to the
GPRS network.
Password: enter the password required to connect to the
GPRS network.
APN: enter the access point name used for the address of
the GPRS network gateway.
When the bearer is set to Data
Login Name: enter the PPP server login ID.
Password: enter the PPP server password.
Dial-up Number: enter the PPP server phone number.
Data Call Type: select a data call type: Analog or ISDN.
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IP Address: enter the WAP gateway address required to
connect to the Internet.
Note: The WAP Browser settings may vary, depending on the service provider.
Contact your service provider for further information.
Clear Cache
You can clear the information stored in the cache, which is
the phone’s temporary memory which stores the most
recently accessed Web pages.
Press the Yes soft key or
key to confirm the deletion.
Otherwise, press the No soft key.
Audio
In this menu, you can view the list of sounds downloaded
from the web server or received in multimedia messages.
You can set the downloaded sounds as the current ring
tone or send them to other phones.
Scroll to the sound you want to listen to and press the Play
soft key or
key.
By pressing the Options soft key or
key, you can
access the following options:
Rename: allows you to change the name of the sound.
Delete: allows you to delete the sound.
Set as Ring Tone: sets the sound as your ring tone.
Using the Shop Ringtones option on the Audio list, you
can access the web site preset by your service provider
and download new sounds.
Graphics
In this menu, you can view the list of images downloaded
from the web server or received in messages. You can set
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the downloaded image as the current background image
or send them to other phones.
Scroll to the image you want to view and press the View
soft key or
key.
Press the Options soft key or
key to access the
following options:
Rename: allows you to change the name of the image.
Delete: allows you to delete the image.
Set as Wallpaper: sets the image as your wallpaper for
the idle screen.
Using the Shop Graphics option on the Graphics list, you
can access the web site preset by your service provider
and download new images.
Delete All
To delete previously downloaded Ringtones and Graphics,
select from the following options:
♦All
♦Audio
♦Graphics.
This menu allows you to delete all of the downloaded
items in the Audio and Graphics folders separately. You
can delete all of the items at one time.
To
select a folder to clear
place or remove a check
mark
delete the marked items
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Press the
Up or Down key. To delete all
of your items, select All.
key.
Delete soft key.
When a confirmation message displays, press the Yes soft
key or
key to confirm.
Memory Status
You can check the amount of the memory being used and
the memory remaining for the Audio or Graphics menu.
The display shows the total, used, and, free space,
including each space used for sounds and images.
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Phone Settings
Many different features of your phone can be customized
to suit your preferences. All of these features are
accessed in the Phone Settings menu.
Display Settings
You can change the background image and the display
style for Menu mode according to your preference.
Wallpaper
This option allows you to change the background image to
be displayed in Idle mode.
To change the background image:
1. Use the Up or Down key to select the image you want,
key.
then press the Select soft key or
You have various preset images available. You can also select
any downloaded images.
2. When the image displays, press the Select soft key or
key.
To choose to display text on the screen, select the Text
Display option. You can specify whether or not the
phone displays the time and date on the idle screen.
3. To choose the color of the text select the Text Color
option and select the color of the text to be displayed
on the idle screen.
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Menu Style
This menu allows you to select the menu display style. You
can choose either Grid Style, Bar Style or Page Style.
Shop Graphics
This menu allows you to access the web site preset by
your service provider to download images.
Once you have downloaded images, they are saved in the
Graphics folder (Menu 8.3).
Auto Key Lock
You can set the phone to automatically lock the keys if no
key is pressed within a given amount of time. This feature
is useful to avoid pressing keys by mistake.
To use this feature, select the length of time for which the
phone waits before it locks the keypad.
Contrast
This menu allows you to adjust the contrast of the display
screen to see it better in different lighting conditions.
Adjust the contrast by using the navigation keys or the
and
keys on the left side of the phone.
Back Light
You can select the length of time the phone uses the
backlight. Select the length of time for which the backlight
is on. The backlight turns on when you press a key or
receive a call or message and remains on for the specified
length of time.
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Graphic Logo
This menu allows you to display your service provider’s
logo instead of its name.
Off: the service provider’s name displays in Idle mode.
On: the service provider’s logo displays in Idle mode; if no
logo has been stored, the service provider’s name
displays.
Greeting Message
This menu allows you to set a greeting to be displayed
briefly when the phone is switched on.
To
Press the
clear the existing C key and hold it down until
message
the message is cleared.
enter a new
message
appropriate alphanumeric
keys.
change the text
input mode
Right soft key.
Own Number
This function is a memory aid, which you can use to check
your own phone number if necessary.
You can:
♦assign a name to each of the own phone numbers
registered on your SIM card.
♦edit the names and numbers.
Any changes made here do not in any affect the actual
subscriber numbers on your SIM card.
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Language
You can select a display language. When the language
option is set to Automatic, the language is automatically
selected according to the language of the SIM card used.
Security
The Security feature enables you to restrict the use of your
phone to the people and the types of calls of your choice
Various codes and passwords are used to protect the
features of your phone. They are described in the following
sections.
PIN Check
When the PIN Check feature is enabled, you must enter
your PIN each time you switch the phone on.
Note: If the PIN number is entered incorrectly 3-times, you must contact your
service provider for your PUK key. If the PUK key is entered incorrectly 3-times,
you must return your phone to the service provider.
Consequently, any person who does not have your PIN
cannot use your phone without your approval.
Note: Before disabling the PIN Check feature, you must enter your PIN.
The following options are available:
Disable: the phone connects directly to the network when
you switch it on.
Enable: you must enter the PIN each time the phone is
switched on.
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Change PIN
This feature allows you to change your current PIN,
provided that the PIN Check feature is enabled. You must
enter the current PIN before you can specify a new one.
Once you have entered a new PIN, you are asked to
confirm it by entering it again.
Phone Lock
When the Phone Lock feature is enabled, the phone is
locked and you must enter the 8-digit phone password
each time the phone is switched on.
The password is preset to “00000000” at the factory. To
change the phone password, see the Change Password
menu.
Once the correct password has been entered, you can use
the phone until you switch it off.
The following options are available:
Disable: you are not asked to enter the phone password
when you switch the phone on.
Enable: you are required to enter the phone password
when you switch the phone on.
Change Password
The Change Password feature allows you to change your
current phone password to a new one. You must enter the
current password before you can specify a new one.
The password is preset to “00000000” at the factory. Once
you have entered a new password, you are asked to
confirm it by entering it again.
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Privacy
Using this menu, you can lock your media contents, such
as multimedia messages, memo list, graphics and audio.
Once you have locked the contents, you must enter the
phone’s password to access the associated menus.
To
select an item to lock
place or remove a check
mark
lock the marked items
Press the
Up or Down key. To lock all
of the contents, selects All
key
OK soft key.
When the phone asks for the password, enter the
key.
password and press the OK soft key or
Note: The password is preset to “00000000” at the factory. To change this
password, see page 157.
SIM Lock
When the SIM Lock feature is enabled, your phone only
works with the current SIM. You must enter the SIM lock
code to unlock the SIM so you can use a different SIM
card.
Once you have entered the lock code, you are asked to
confirm your entry.
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FDN Mode
FDN (Fixed Dial Number) mode, if supported by your SIM
card, allows you to restrict your outgoing calls to a limited
set of phone numbers.
The following options are available:
Disable: you can phone any number.
Enable: you can only call phone numbers stored in Phone
Book. You must enter your PIN2.
Note: Not all SIM cards have a PIN2. If your SIM card does not, this menu
does not display.
Change PIN2
The Change PIN2 feature allows you to change your
current PIN2 to a new one. You must enter the current
PIN2 before you can specify a new one. Once you have
entered a new PIN2, you are asked to confirm it by
entering it again.
Note: Not all SIM cards have a PIN2. If your SIM card does not, this menu
does not display.
Extra Settings
You can turn the automatic redialing or answering features
on or off.
To turn a feature
on
Press the
On soft key or
key.
A check mark displays in
front of the option.
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To turn a feature
off
Press the
Off soft key or
key.
The check mark no longer
displays.
The following options are available:
Auto Redial: when this option is checked, the phone
makes up to ten attempts to redial a phone number after
an unsuccessful call.
Note: The interval between two call attempts varies.
Anykey Answer: when this option is checked, you can
answer an incoming call by pressing any key, except the
key and the Reject soft key. To reject the call, press
the
key or the Reject soft key.
When this option is unchecked, you can only press the
key or Accept soft key.
Short Cut
The Navigation keys can be used as shortcut keys. In Idle
mode, they allow you to access specific menus directly.
To assign a shortcut to a key:
1. Select the key to be used as a shortcut key by pressing
the Up or Down key, and press the Select soft key.
• Key Up
• Key Down
• Key Right
• Key Left
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2. Select the menu to be assigned to the key by pressing
the Up or Down key.
Note: To deactivate a shortcut key, select the None option.
3. Press the Select soft key or
selection.
key to save the
Reset Settings
You can easily reset your phone to its default settings. To
reset your phone:
1. Select the Reset Settings menu.
2. Enter the 8-digit password and press the OK soft key.
Note: The password is preset to “00000000.” To change this password, see
page 157.
TTY Settings
Note: The TTY option is not viewable but can be accessed by entering 9 on the
keypad from this menu.
TTY (also known as a TDD or Text Telephone) is a
telecommunications device that allows people who are
deaf or hard of hearing, or who have speech or language
disabilities, to communicate via a telephone.
Your phone is compatible with select TTY devices which
have an internal CTM. Please check with the manufacturer
of your TTY device for connectivity information and to
ensure that the TTY device supports digital wireless
transmission.
Use the following steps to access the TTY settings:
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1. From the menu screen select Phone Settings (Menu
9).
2. Press the 9 key to access this function.
3. Enter 4-T-T-Y or (4889) in the password field and press
the OK soft key.field.
The following options are available:
Enable: CTM is active and TTY is available for use.
Disable: CTM is not available for use.
Note: For additional technical support you may access the following website or
call 1-888-987-4357.
http://www.samsungtelecom.com/contact_us/
accessibility.asp
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Solving Problems
If you are experiencing problems with your phone, perform
the following simple checks before contacting a service
professional. This may save you the time and expense of
an unnecessary service call.
When you switch your phone on, the following messages
may appear
Insert SIM Card
♦Check that the SIM card is correctly installed.
Phone Locked Enter Password
♦The automatic locking function has been enabled. You
must enter the phone’s password before you can use the
phone.
Enter PIN
♦You are using your phone for the first time. You must
enter the Personal Identification Number supplied with
the SIM card.
♦The PIN Check feature is enabled. Every time the phone
is switched on, the PIN has to be entered. To disable this
feature, use the PIN Check menu.
Enter PUK
♦The PIN code was entered incorrectly three times in
succession and the phone is now blocked. Enter the
PUK supplied by your service provider.
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“No service,” “Network failure” or “Not done” displays
♦The network connection was lost. You may be in a weak
signal area (in a tunnel or surrounded by buildings).
Move and try again.
♦You are trying to access an option for which you have
not taken out a subscription with your service provider.
Contact the service provider for further details.
You have entered a number but it was not dialed
♦Have you pressed the
key?
♦Are you accessing the right cellular network?
♦You may have set an outgoing call barring option.
Your correspondent cannot reach you
♦Is your phone switched on (the
key pressed for more
than one second)?
♦Are you accessing the right cellular network?
♦You may have set an incoming call barring option.
Your correspondent cannot hear you speaking
♦Have you switched off the microphone?
♦Are you holding the phone close enough to your mouth?
The microphone is located at the bottom of the phone.
The phone starts beeping and “**Warning** Low Battery”
flashes on the display
♦The battery is insufficiently charged. Recharge the
battery.
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The audio quality of the call is poor
♦Check the signal strength indicator on the display (
);
the number of bars indicates the signal strength from
strong (
) to weak ( ).
♦Try moving the phone slightly or moving closer to a
window if you are in a building.
No number is dialed when you recall a Phone Book entry
♦Check that the number has been stored correctly, by
using the Phone Book Search feature.
♦Re-store the number, if necessary.
If the above guidelines do not help you to solve the
problem, take a note of:
• the model and serial numbers of your phone
• your warranty details
• a clear description of the problem
Then contact your local dealer or Samsung after-sales
service.
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Access Codes
There are several access codes that are used by your
phone and its SIM card. These codes help you protect the
phone against unauthorized use.
When requested for any of the codes explained below,
enter the appropriate code (displayed as asterisks) and
press the OK soft key or
key. If you make a mistake,
press the
key until the incorrect digit is cleared and
then continue entering the correct code.
The access codes, except for the PUK and PUK2 codes
can be changed using the Security menu. See “Security”
on page 156 for further details.
Important! Avoid using access codes resembling
emergency numbers, such as 911, to prevent accidental
dialing of an emergency number.
Phone Password
The Phone Lock feature uses the phone password to
protect your phone against unauthorized use. The phone
password is supplied with the phone and is preset to
“00000000” at the factory.
To
See
activate/deactivate the
Phone Lock feature
“Phone Lock” on
page 157
change the phone
password
“Change Password”
on page 157.
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PIN
The Personal Identification Number or PIN (4 to 8 digits)
protects your SIM card against unauthorized use. It is
usually supplied with the SIM card.
If you enter an incorrect PIN three times in succession, the
code is disabled and cannot be used until you re-enable it
by entering the PUK. See below.
To
See
activate/deactivate the
PIN Check feature
“PIN Check” on
page 156
change the PIN
“Change PIN” on
page 157.
PUK
The 8-digit PUK (PIN Unblocking Key) is required to
change a disabled PIN. The PUK may be supplied with the
SIM card. If not, contact your service provider.
To re-enable your PIN:
1. Enter the PUK and press the OK soft key or
key.
2. Enter a PIN of your choice and press the OK soft key or
key.
3. When the Confirm New PIN message displays, enter
the same code again and press the OK soft key or
key.
When you enter an incorrect PUK ten times in succession,
the SIM card becomes invalid. Contact your service
provider for a new card.
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PIN2
The PIN2 (4 to 8 digits), supplied with some SIM cards, is
required to access specific functions, such as setting the
maximum cost of a call. These functions are available if
supported by your SIM card.
If you enter an incorrect PIN2 three times in succession,
the code is disabled and you cannot access the functions
until you re-enable it by entering the PUK2.
PUK2
The 8-digit PUK2 (PIN Unblocking Key 2), supplied with
some SIM cards, is required to change a disabled PIN2. If
you lose the code, contact your service provider.
To re-enable your PIN2:
4. Enter the PUK2 and press the OK soft key or
key.
5. Enter a new PIN2 of your choice and press the OK soft
key or
key.
6. When the Confirm PIN2 message displays, enter the
same code again and press the OK soft key or
key.
When you enter an incorrect PUK2 ten times in
succession, you are not able to access the functions
requiring the PIN2. Contact your service provider for a
new card.
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Health and Safety Information
Exposure to Radio Frequency (RF) Signals
Your wireless phone is a radio transmitter and receiver. It
is designed and manufactured not to exceed the emission
limits for exposure to radio frequency (RF) energy set by
the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) of the
U.S. Government. These limits are part of comprehensive
guidelines and establish permitted levels of RF energy for
the general population. The guidelines are based on the
safety standards that were developed by independent
scientific organizations through periodic and through
evaluation of scientific studies.
The standards include a substantial safety margin
designed to assure the safety of all persons, regardless of
age and health.
The exposure standard for wireless phones employs a unit
of measurement known as Specific Absorption Rate
(SAR). The SAR limit recommended by the FCC is
1.6W/kg.1
SAR tests are conducted using standard operating
positions specified by the FCC with the phone transmitting
at its highest certified power level in all tested frequency
1. In the U.S. and Canada, the SAR limit for mobile
phones used by the public is 1.6 watts/kg (W/kg)
averaged over one gram of tissue. The standard
incorporates a substantial margin of safety to give
additional protection for the public and to account for
any variations in measurements.
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bands. Although the SAR is determined at the highest
certified power level, the actual SAR level of the phone
while operating can be well below the maximum value.
This is because the phone is designed to operate at
multiple power levels so as to use only the power required
to reach the network. In general, the closer you are to a
wireless base station antenna, the lower the power output
of the phone.
Before a new model phone is available for sale to the
public, it must be tested and certified to the FCC that it
does not exceed the limit established by the governmentadopted requirement for safe exposure. The tests are
performed in positions and locations (e.g., at the ear and
worn on the body) as required by the FCC for each model.
While there may be differences between the SAR levels of
various phones and at various positions, they all meet the
government requirement.
The FCC has granted an Equipment Authorization for this
model phone with all reported SAR levels evaluated as in
compliance with the FCC RF exposure guidelines. SAR
information on this model phone is on file with the FCC
and can be found under the Display Grant section of http:/
/www.fcc.gov/oet/fccid after searching on FCC ID printed
in the label on the phone.
FCC certification information for this model phone is
attached separation paper.
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For Body Operation
For body worn operation, this model phone has been
tested and meets the FCC RF exposure guidelines when
used with a Samsung-supplied or approved accessory
designated for this product or when used with and
accessory that contains no metal and that positions the
handset a minimum from the body.
The minimum distance for this model phone is written in
the FCC certification information from the body. None
compliance with the above conditions may violate FCC RF
exposure guidelines.
For more Information concerning exposure to radio
frequency signals, see the following websites:
Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
http://www.fcc.gov
Cellular Telecommunications Industry Association (CTIA):
http://www.wow-com.com
U.S.Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
http://www.fda.gov/cdrh/consumer
World Health Organization (WHO)
http://www.who.int/peh-emf/en
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Precautions When Using Batteries
♦Never use any charger or battery that is damaged in any
way.
♦Use the battery only for its intended purpose.
♦If you use the phone near the network’s base station, it
uses less power; talk and standby time are greatly
affected by the signal strength on the cellular network
and the parameters set by the network operator.
♦Battery charging time depends on the remaining battery
charge and the type of battery and charger used. The
battery can be charged and discharged hundreds of
times, but it will gradually wear out. When the operation
time (talk time and standby time) is noticeably shorter
than normal, it is time to buy a new battery.
♦If left unused, a fully charged battery will discharge itself
over time.
♦Use only Samsung-approved batteries and recharge
your battery only with Samsung-approved chargers.
When a charger is not in use, disconnect it from the
power source. Do not leave the battery connected to a
charger for more than a week, since overcharging may
shorten its life.
♦Extreme temperatures will affect the charging capacity
of your battery: it may require cooling or warming first.
♦Do not leave the battery in hot or cold places, such as in
a car in summer or winter conditions, as you will reduce
the capacity and lifetime of the battery. Always try to
keep the battery at room temperature. A phone with a
hot or cold battery may temporarily not work, even when
the battery is fully charged. Li-ion batteries are
particularly affected by temperatures below 0 °C (32 °F).
♦Do not short-circuit the battery. Accidental shortcircuiting can occur when a metallic object (coin, clip or
pen) causes a direct connection between the + and –
terminals of the battery (metal strips on the battery), for
example when you carry a spare battery in a pocket or
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bag. Short-circuiting the terminals may damage the
battery or the object causing the short-circuiting.
♦Dispose of used batteries in accordance with local
regulations. Always recycle. Do not dispose of batteries
in a fire.
Road Safety
Your wireless phone gives you the powerful ability to
communicate by voice, almost anywhere, anytime. But an
important responsibility accompanies the benefits of
wireless phones, one that every user must uphold.
When driving a car, driving is your first responsibility.
When using your wireless phone behind the wheel of a
car, practice good common sense and remember the
following tips:
1. Get to know your wireless phone and its features, such
as speed dial and redial. If available, these features
help you to place your call without taking your attention
off the road.
2. When available, use a hands-free device. If possible,
add an extra layer of convenience and safety to your
wireless phone with one of the many hands-free
accessories available today.
3. Position your wireless phone within easy reach. Be
able to access your wireless phone without removing
your eyes from the road. If you get an incoming call at
an inconvenient time, let your voice mail answer it for
you.
4. Let the person you are speaking with know you are
driving; if necessary, suspend the call in heavy traffic or
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hazardous weather conditions. Rain, sleet, snow, ice
and even heavy traffic can be hazardous.
5. Do not take notes or look up phone numbers while
driving. Jotting down a To Do list or flipping through
your phone book takes your attention away from your
primary responsibility, driving safely.
6. Dial sensibly and assess the traffic; if possible, place
calls when you are not moving or before pulling into
traffic. Try to plan calls when your car will be stationary.
If you need to make a call while moving, dial only a few
numbers, check the road and your mirrors, then
continue.
7. Do not engage in stressful or emotional conversations
that may be distracting. Make the people with whom
you are talking aware that you are driving and suspend
conversations that have the potential to divert your
attention from the road.
8. Use your wireless phone to call for help. Dial the
emergency number in the case of fire, traffic accident
or medical emergencies. Remember, it is a free call on
your wireless phone!
9. Use your wireless phone to help others in
emergencies. If you see a car accident, crime in
progress or other serious emergency where lives are in
danger, call the emergency number, as you would want
others to do for you.
10.If you see a broken-down vehicle posing no serious
hazard, a broken traffic signal, a minor traffic accident
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where no one appears injured, or a vehicle you know to
be stolen, call roadside assistance or any other special
non-emergency wireless number.
Operating Environment
Remember to follow any special regulations in force in any
area and always switch your phone off whenever it is
forbidden to use it, or when it may cause interference or
danger.
When connecting the phone or any accessory to another
device, read its user’s guide for detailed safety
instructions. Do not connect incompatible products.
As with other mobile radio transmitting equipment, users
are advised that for the satisfactory operation of the
equipment and for the safety of personnel, it is
recommended that the equipment should only be used in
the normal operating position (held to your ear with the
antenna pointing over your shoulder).
Electronic Devices
Most modern electronic equipment is shielded from radio
frequency (RF) signals. However, certain electronic
equipment may not be shielded against the RF signals
from your wireless phone. Consult the manufacturer to
discuss alternatives.
Pacemakers
Pacemaker manufacturers recommend that a minimum
distance of 15 cm (6 inches) be maintained between a
wireless phone and a pacemaker to avoid potential
interference with the pacemaker. These recommendations
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are consistent with the independent research and
recommendations of Wireless Technology Research.
Persons with pacemakers:
♦should always keep the phone more than 15 cm (6
inches) from their pacemaker when the phone is
switched on.
♦should not carry the phone in a breast pocket.
♦should use the ear opposite the pacemaker to minimize
potential interference.
If you have any reason to suspect that interference is
taking place, switch your phone off immediately.
Hearing Aids
Some digital wireless phones may interfere with some
hearing aids. In the event of such interference, you may
wish to consult your hearing aid manufacturer to discuss
alternatives.
Other Medical Devices
If you use any other personal medical devices, consult the
manufacturer of your device to determine if it is adequately
shielded from external RF energy. Your physician may be
able to assist you in obtaining this information. Switch your
phone off in health care facilities when any regulations
posted in these areas instruct you to do so. Hospitals or
health care facilities may be using equipment that could be
sensitive to external RF energy.
Vehicles
RF signals may affect improperly installed or inadequately
shielded electronic systems in motor vehicles. Check with
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the manufacturer or its representative regarding your
vehicle.
You should also consult the manufacturer of any
equipment that has been added to your vehicle.
You should also consult the manufacturer of any
equipment that has been added to your vehicle.
Posted Facilities
Switch your phone off in any facility where posted notices
require you to do so.
Potentially Explosive Environments
Switch your phone off when in any area with a potentially
explosive atmosphere and obey all signs and instructions.
Sparks in such areas could cause an explosion or fire
resulting in bodily injury or even death.
Users are advised to switch the phone off while at a
refueling point (service station). Users are reminded of the
need to observe restrictions on the use of radio equipment
in fuel depots (fuel storage and distribution areas),
chemical plants or where blasting operations are in
progress.
Areas with a potentially explosive atmosphere are often
but not always clearly marked. They include below deck
on boats, chemical transfer or storage facilities, vehicles
using liquefied petroleum gas (such as propane or
butane), areas where the air contains chemicals or
particles, such as grain, dust or metal powders, and any
other area where you would normally be advised to turn
off your vehicle engine.
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Emergency Calls
This phone, like any wireless phone, operates using radio
signals, wireless and landline networks as well as userprogrammed functions, which cannot guarantee
connection in all conditions. Therefore, you should never
rely solely on any wireless phone for essential
communications (medical emergencies, for example).
Remember, to make or receive any calls the phone must
be switched on and in a service area with adequate signal
strength. Emergency calls may not be possible on all
wireless phone networks or when certain network services
and/or phone features are in use. Check with local service
providers.
To make an emergency call:
1. If the phone is not on, switch it on.
2. Key in the emergency number for your present location
(for example, 911 or other official emergency number).
Emergency numbers vary by location.
3. Press the
key.
If certain features are in use (call barring, for example),
you may first need to deactivate those features before you
can make an emergency call. Consult this document and
your local cellular service provider.
When making an emergency call, remember to give all the
necessary information as accurately as possible.
Remember that your phone may be the only means of
communication at the scene of an accident; do not cut off
the call until given permission to do so.
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Other Important Safety Information
♦Only qualified personnel should service the phone or
install the phone in a vehicle. Faulty installation or
service may be dangerous and may invalidate any
warranty applicable to the device.
♦Check regularly that all wireless phone equipment in
your vehicle is mounted and operating properly.
♦Do not store or carry flammable liquids, gases or
explosive materials in the same compartment as the
phone, its parts or accessories.
♦For vehicles equipped with an air bag, remember that an
air bag inflates with great force. Do not place objects,
including both installed or portable wireless equipment
in the area over the air bag or in the air bag deployment
area. If wireless equipment is improperly installed and
the air bag inflates, serious injury could result.
♦Switch your phone off before boarding an aircraft. The
use of wireless phones in aircraft is illegal and may be
dangerous to the aircraft’s operation.
♦Failure to observe these instructions may lead to the
suspension or denial of telephone services to the
offender, or legal action, or both.
Care and Maintenance
Your phone is a product of superior design and
craftsmanship and should be treated with care. The
suggestions below will help you fulfill any warranty
obligations and allow you to enjoy this product for many
years
♦Keep the phone and all its parts and accessories out of
the reach of small children’s.
♦Keep the phone dry. Precipitation, humidity and liquids
contain minerals that will corrode electronic circuits.
♦Do not use the phone with a wet hand. Doing so may
cause an electric shock to you or damage to the phone.
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♦ Do not use or store the phone in dusty, dirty areas, as
its moving parts may be damaged.
♦Do not store the phone in hot areas. High temperatures
can shorten the life of electronic devices, damage
batteries, and warp or melt certain plastics.
♦ Do not store the phone in cold areas. When the phone
warms up to its normal operating temperature, moisture
can form inside the phone, which may damage the
phone’s electronic circuit boards.
♦Do not drop, knock or shake the phone. Rough handling
can break internal circuit boards.
♦Do not use harsh chemicals, cleaning solvents or strong
detergents to clean the phone. Wipe it with a soft cloth
slightly dampened in a mild soap-and-water solution.
♦Do not paint the phone. Paint can clog the device’s
moving parts and prevent proper operation.
♦Do not put the phone in or on heating devices, such as a
microwave oven, a stove or a radiator. The phone may
explode when overheated.
♦Use only the supplied or an approved replacement
antenna. Unauthorized antennas or modified
accessories may damage the phone and violate
regulations governing radio devices.
♦If the phone, battery, charger or any accessory is not
working properly, take it to your nearest qualified service
facility. The personnel there will assist you, and if
necessary, arrange for service.
Acknowledging Special Precautions and
the FCC and Industry Canada Notice
Cautions
Modifications not expressly approved by the party
responsible for compliance could void the user's authority
to operate the equipment.
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FCC Compliance Information
This device complies with Part 15 of FCC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
1. This device may not cause harmful interference, and
2. This device must accept any interference received.
Including interference that may cause undesired
operation.
Information to User
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with
the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15
of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference in a
residential installation.
This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. However, there is
no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment does cause harmful
interference to radio or television reception, which can be
determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user
is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or
more of the following measures:
♦Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
♦Increase the separation between the equipment and
receiver.
♦Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit
different from that to which the receiver is connected.
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♦Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/ TV
technician for help.
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Appendix A: CERTIFICATION
INFORMATION (SAR)
THIS MODEL PHONE MEETS THE GOVERNMENT’S
REQUIREMENTS FOR EXPOSURE TO RADIO WAVES.
Your wireless phone is a radio transmitter and receiver. It
is designed and manufactured not to exceed the emission
limits for exposure to radio frequency(RF) energy set by
the Federal Communications Commission of the U.S.
Government. These limits are part of comprehensive
guidelines and establish permitted levels of RF energy for
the general population. The guidelines are based on
safety standards that were developed by independent
scientific organizations through periodic and thorough
evaluation of scientific studies. The standards include a
substantial safety margin designed to assure the safety of
all persons, regardless of age and health.
The exposure standard for wireless mobile phones
employs a unit of measurement known as the Specific
Absorption Rate (SAR). The SAR limit set by the FCC is
1.6 W/kg. SAR Tests are conducted using standard
operating positions accepted by the FCC with the phone
transmitting at its highest certified power level in all tested
frequency bands. Although the SAR is determined at the
highest certified power level, the actual SAR level of the
phone while operating can be well below the maximum
value. This is because the phone is designed to operate at
multiple power levels so as to use only the power required
to reach the network. In general, the closer you are to a
wireless base station antenna, the lower the power output.
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Before a new model phone is available for sale to the
public, it must be tested and certified to the FCC that it
does not exceed the limit established by the governmentadopted requirement for safe exposure. The tests are
performed in positions and locations(e.g., at the ear and
worn on the body) as required by the FCC for each model.
The highest SAR values for this model phone as reported
to the FCC are Head: 0.255 W/Kg, Body-worn: 0.544W/
Kg. Body-worn operations are restricted to Samsungsupplied, approved or none Samsung designated
accessories that have no metal and must provide at least
1.5cm separation between the device, including its
antenna whether extended or retracted, and the user’s
body. None compliance to the above restrictions may
violate FCC RF exposure guidelines.
The FCC has granted an Equipment Authorization for this
model phone with all reported SAR levels evaluated as in
compliance with the FCC RF exposure guidelines. SAR
information on this model phone is on file with the FCC
and can be found under the Display Grant section of
http://www.fcc.gov/oet/fccid after searching on FCC ID
A3LSGHC207.
In the United States and Canada, the SAR limit for mobile
phones used by the public is 1.6 watts/kilogram (W/kg)
averaged over one gram of tissue. The standard
incorporates a substantial margin of safety to give
additional protection for the public and to account for any
variations in measurements.
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Appendix B: Guide to Safe and
Responsible Wireless Phone Use
Cellular Telecommunications & Internet Association
“Safety is the most important call you will ever make.”
A Guide to Safe and Responsible Wireless Phone Use
TENS OF MILLIONS OF PEOPLE IN THE U.S. TODAY
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE UNIQUE COMBINATION OF
CONVENIENCE, SAFETY AND VALUE DELIVERED BY
THE WIRELESS TELEPHONE. QUITE SIMPLY, THE
WIRELESS PHONE GIVES PEOPLE THE POWERFUL
ABILITY TO COMMUNICATE BY VOICE-ALMOST
ANYWHERE, ANYTIME-WITH THE BOSS, WITH A
CLIENT, WITH THE KIDS, WITH EMERGENCY
PERSONNEL OR EVEN WITH THE POLICE. EACH
YEAR, AMERICANS MAKE BILLIONS OF CALLS FROM
THEIR WIRELESS PHONES, AND THE NUMBERS ARE
RAPIDLY GROWING.
But an important responsibility accompanies those
benefits, one that every wireless phone user must uphold.
When driving a car, driving is your first responsibility. A
wireless phone can be an invaluable tool, but good
judgment must be exercised at all times while driving a
motor vehicle-whether on the phone or not.
The basic lessons are ones we all learned as teenagers.
Driving requires alertness, caution and courtesy. It
requires a heavy dose of basic common sense-keep your
head up, keep your eyes on the road, check your mirrors
frequently and watch out for other drivers. It requires
obeying all traffic signs and signals and staying within the
speed limit.
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It means using seat belts and requiring other passengers
to do the same.
But with wireless phone use, driving safely means a little
more. This brochure is a call to wireless phone users
everywhere to make safety their first priority when behind
the wheel of a car. Wireless telecommunications is
keeping us in touch, simplifying our lives, protecting us in
emergencies and providing opportunities to help others in
need. When it comes to the use of wireless phones, safety
is your most important call.
Wireless Phone “Safety Tips”
Below are safety tips to follow while driving and using a
wireless phone which should be easy to remember:
1. Get to know your wireless phone and its features such
as speed dial and redial. Carefully read your instruction
manual and learn to take advantage of valuable
features most phones offer, including automatic redial
and memory. Also, work to memorize the phone
keypad so you can use the speed dial function without
taking your attention off the road.
2. When available, use a hands free device. A number of
hands free wireless phone accessories are readily
available today. Whether you choose an installed
mounted device for your wireless phone or a speaker
phone accessory, take advantage of these devices if
available to you.
3. Position your wireless phone within easy reach. Make
sure you place your wireless phone within easy reach
and where you can grab it without removing your eyes
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from the road. If you get an incoming call at an
inconvenient time, if possible, let your voice mail
answer it for you.
4. Suspend conversations during hazardous driving
conditions or situations. Let the person you are
speaking with know you are driving; if necessary,
suspend the call in heavy traffic or hazardous weather
conditions. Rain, sleet, snow and ice can be
hazardous, but so is heavy traffic. As a driver, your first
responsibility is to pay attention to the road.
5. Do not take notes or look up phone numbers while
driving. If you are reading an address book or business
card, or writing a “to do” list while driving a car, you are
not watching where you are going. It’s common sense.
Don’t get caught in a dangerous situation because you
are reading or writing and not paying attention to the
road or nearby vehicles.
6. Dial sensibly and assess the traffic; if possible, place
calls when you are not moving or before pulling into
traffic. Try to plan your calls before you begin your trip
or attempt to coincide your calls with times you may be
stopped at a stop sign, red light or otherwise stationary.
But if you need to dial while driving, follow this simple
tip-dial only a few numbers, check the road and your
mirrors, then continue.
7. Do not engage in stressful or emotional conversations
that may be distracting. Stressful or emotional
conversations and driving do not mix-they are
distracting and even dangerous when you are behind
the wheel of a car. Make people you are talking with
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aware you are driving and if necessary, suspend
conversations which have the potential to divert your
attention from the road.
8. Use your wireless phone to call for help. Your wireless
phone is one of the greatest tools you can own to
protect yourself and your family in dangerous
situations-with your phone at your side, help is only
three numbers away. Dial 9-1-1 or other local
emergency number in the case of fire, traffic accident,
road hazard or medical emergency. Remember, it is a
free call on your wireless phone!
9. Use your wireless phone to help others in
emergencies. Your wireless phone provides you a
perfect opportunity to be a “Good Samaritan” in your
community. If you see an auto accident, crime in
progress or other serious emergency where lives are in
danger, call 9-1-1 or other local emergency number, as
you would want others to do for you.
10.Call roadside assistance or a special wireless nonemergency assistance number when necessary.
Certain situations you encounter while driving may
require attention, but are not urgent enough to merit a
call for emergency services. But you still can use your
wireless phone to lend a hand. If you see a brokendown vehicle posing no serious hazard, a broken traffic
signal, a minor traffic accident where no one appears
injured or a vehicle you know to be stolen, call roadside
assistance or other special non-emergency wireless
number.
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Careless, distracted individuals and people driving
irresponsibly represent a hazard to everyone on the road.
Since 1984, the Cellular Telecommunications Industry
Association and the wireless industry have conducted
educational outreach to inform wireless phone users of
their responsibilities as safe drivers and good citizens. As
we approach a new century, more and more of us will take
advantage of the benefits of wireless telephones. And, as
we take to the roads, we all have a responsibility to drive
safely.
“The wireless industry reminds you to use your phone
safely when driving.”
Cellular Telecommunications & Internet Association
For more information, please call 1-888-901-SAFE. For
updates: http://www.wow-com.com/consumer/issues/
driving/articles.cfm?ID=85
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Appendix C: Consumer Update on
Wireless Phones
U.S. Food and Drug Administration
1. What kinds of phones are the subject of this update?
The term wireless phone refers here to hand-held wireless
phones with built-in antennas, often called cell, mobile, or
PCS phones. These types of wireless phones can expose
the user to measurable radio frequency energy (RF)
because of the short distance between the phone and the
user s head. These RF exposures are limited by Federal
Communications Commission safety guidelines that were
developed with the advice of FDA and other federal health
and safety agencies. When the phone is located at greater
distances from the user, the exposure to RF is drastically
lower because a person’s RF exposure decreases rapidly
with increasing distance from the source. The so-called
“cordless phones,” which have a base unit connected to
the telephone wiring in a house, typically operate at far
lower power levels, and thus produce RF exposures well
within the FCC’s compliance limits.
2. Do wireless phones pose a health hazard?
The available scientific evidence does not show that any
health problems are associated with using wireless
phones. There is no proof, however, that wireless phones
are absolutely safe. Wireless phones emit low levels of
radio frequency energy (RF) in the microwave range while
being used. They also emit very low levels of RF when in
the stand-by mode. Whereas high levels of RF can
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produce health effects (by heating tissue), exposure to low
level RF that does not produce heating effects causes no
known adverse health effects. Many studies of low level
RF exposures have not found any biological effects. Some
studies have suggested that some biological effects may
occur, but such findings have not been confirmed by
additional research. In some cases, other researchers
have had difficulty in reproducing those studies, or in
determining the reasons for inconsistent results.
3. What is FDA’s role concerning the safety of wireless
phones?
Under the law, FDA does not review the safety of
radiation-emitting consumer products such as wireless
phones before they can be sold, as it does with new drugs
or medical devices. However, the agency has authority to
take action if wireless phones are shown to emit radio
frequency energy (RF) at a level that is hazardous to the
user. In such a case, FDA could require the manufacturers
of wireless phones to notify users of the health hazard and
to repair, replace or recall the phones so that the hazard
no longer exists.
Although the existing scientific data do not justify FDA
regulatory actions, FDA has urged the wireless phone
industry to take a number of steps, including the following:
Support needed research into possible biological effects
of RF of the type emitted by wireless phones;
Design wireless phones in a way that minimizes any RF
exposure to the user that is not necessary for device
function; and Cooperate in providing users of wireless
phones with the best possible information on possible
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effects of wireless phone use on human health FDA
belongs to an interagency working group of the federal
agencies that have responsibility for different aspects of
RF safety to ensure coordinated efforts at the federal level.
The following agencies belong to this working group:
National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health
Environmental Protection Agency
Federal Communications Commission
Occupational Safety and Health Administration
National Telecommunications and Information
Administration
The National Institutes of Health participates in some
interagency working group activities, as well.
FDA shares regulatory responsibilities for wireless phones
with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). All
phones that are sold in the United States must comply
with FCC safety guidelines that limit RF exposure. FCC
relies on FDA and other health agencies for safety
questions about wireless phones.
FCC also regulates the base stations that the wireless
phone networks rely upon. While these base stations
operate at higher power than do the wireless phones
themselves, the RF exposures that people get from these
base stations are typically thousands of times lower than
those they can get from wireless phones. Base stations
are thus not the primary subject of the safety questions
discussed in this document.
4. What is FDA doing to find out more about the possible
health effects of wireless phone RF?
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FDA is working with the U.S. National Toxicology Program
and with groups of investigators around the world to
ensure that high priority animal studies are conducted to
address important questions about the effects of exposure
to radio frequency energy (RF).
FDA has been a leading participant in the World Health
Organization International Electromagnetic Fields (EMF)
Project since its inception in 1996. An influential result of
this work has been the development of a detailed agenda
of research needs that has driven the establishment of
new research programs around the world. The Project has
also helped develop a series of public information
documents on EMF issues.
FDA and the Cellular Telecommunications & Internet
Association (CTIA) have a formal Cooperative Research
and Development Agreement (CRADA) to do research on
wireless phone safety. FDA provides the scientific
oversight, obtaining input from experts in government,
industry, and academic organizations. CTIA-funded
research is conducted through contracts to independent
investigators. The initial research will include both
laboratory studies and studies of wireless phone users.
The CRADA will also include a broad assessment of
additional research needs in the context of the latest
research developments around the world.
5. What steps can I take to reduce my exposure to radio
frequency energy from my wireless phone?
If there is a risk from these products—and at this point we
do not know that there is—it is probably very small. But if
you are concerned about avoiding even potential risks,
you can take a few simple steps to minimize your
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exposure to radio frequency energy (RF). Since time is a
key factor in how much exposure a person receives,
reducing the amount of time spent using a wireless phone
will reduce RF exposure.
If you must conduct extended conversations by wireless
phone every day, you could place more distance between
your body and the source of the RF, since the exposure
level drops off dramatically with distance. For example,
you could use a headset and carry the wireless phone
away from your body or use a wireless phone connected
to a remote antenna
Again, the scientific data do not demonstrate that wireless
phones are harmful. But if you are concerned about the
RF exposure from these products, you can use measures
like those described above to reduce your RF exposure
from wireless phone use.
6. What about children using wireless phones?
The scientific evidence does not show a danger to users
of wireless phones, including children and teenagers. If
you want to take steps to lower exposure to radio
frequency energy (RF), the measures described above
would apply to children and teenagers using wireless
phones. Reducing the time of wireless phone use and
increasing the distance between the user and the RF
source will reduce RF exposure.
Some groups sponsored by other national governments
have advised that children be discouraged from using
wireless phones at all. For example, the government in the
United Kingdom distributed leaflets containing such a
recommendation in December 2000. They noted that no
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197
evidence exists that using a wireless phone causes brain
tumors or other ill effects. Their recommendation to limit
wireless phone use by children was strictly precautionary;
it was not based on scientific evidence that any health
hazard exists.
7. Do hands-free kits for wireless phones reduce risks
from exposure to RF emissions?
Since there are no known risks from exposure to RF
emissions from wireless phones, there is no reason to
believe that hands-free kits reduce risks. Hands-free kits
can be used with wireless phones for convenience and
comfort. These systems reduce the absorption of RF
energy in the head because the phone, which is the
source of the RF emissions, will not be placed against the
head. On the other hand, if the phone is mounted against
the waist or other part of the body during use, then that
part of the body will absorb more RF energy. Wireless
phones marketed in the U.S. are required to meet safety
requirements regardless of whether they are used against
the head or against the body. Either configuration should
result in compliance with the safety limit.
8. Do wireless phone accessories that claim to shield the
head from RF radiation work?
Since there are no known risks from exposure to RF
emissions from wireless phones, there is no reason to
believe that accessories that claim to shield the head from
those emissions reduce risks. Some products that claim to
shield the user from RF absorption use special phone
cases, while others involve nothing more than a metallic
accessory attached to the phone. Studies have shown that
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these products generally do not work as advertised. Unlike
“hand-free” kits, these so-called “shields” may interfere
with proper operation of the phone. The phone may be
forced to boost its power to compensate, leading to an
increase in RF absorption. In February 2002, the Federal
trade Commission (FTC) charged two companies that sold
devices that claimed to protect wireless phone users from
radiation with making false and unsubstantiated claims.
According to FTC, these defendants lacked a reasonable
basis to substantiate their claim.
9. What about wireless phone interference with medical
equipment?
Radio frequency energy (RF) from wireless phones can
interact with some electronic devices. For this reason,
FDA helped develop a detailed test method to measure
electromagnetic interference (EMI) of implanted cardiac
pacemakers and defibrillators from wireless telephones.
This test method is now part of a standard sponsored by
the Association for the Advancement of Medical
instrumentation (AAMI). The final draft, a joint effort by
FDA, medical device manufacturers, and many other
groups, was completed in late 2000. This standard will
allow manufacturers to ensure that cardiac pacemakers
and defibrillators are safe from wireless phone EMI.
FDA has tested hearing aids for interference from
handheld wireless phones and helped develop a voluntary
standard sponsored by the Institute of Electrical and
Electronic Engineers (IEEE). This standard specifies test
methods and performance requirements for hearing aids
and wireless phones so that no interference occurs when
a person uses a compatible phone and a compatible
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hearing aid at the same time. This standard was approved
by the IEEE in 2000.
FDA continues to monitor the use of wireless phones for
possible interactions with other medical devices. Should
harmful interference be found to occur, FDA will conduct
testing to assess the interference and work to resolve the
problem.
10.What are the results of the research done already?
The research done thus far has produced conflicting
results, and many studies have suffered from flaws in their
research methods. Animal experiments investigating the
effects of radiofrequency energy (RF) exposures
characteristic of wireless phones have yielded conflicting
results that often cannot be repeated in other laboratories.
A few animal studies, however, have suggested that low
levels of RF could accelerate the development of cancer in
laboratory animals. However, many of the studies that
showed increased tumor development used animals that
had been genetically engineered or treated with cancercausing chemicals so as to be pre-disposed to develop
cancer in the absence of RF exposure. Other studies
exposed the animals to RF for up to 22 hours per day.
These conditions are not similar to the conditions under
which people use wireless phones, so we don t know with
certainty what the results of such studies mean for human
health.
Three large epidemiology studies have been published
since December 2000. Between them, the studies
investigated any possible association between the use of
wireless phones and primary brain cancer, gioma,
meningioma, or acoustic neuroma, tumors of the brain or
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salivary gland, leukemia, or other cancers. None of the
studies demonstrated the existence of any harmful health
effects from wireless phone RF exposures. However, none
of the studies can answer questions about long-term
exposures, since the average period of phone use in these
studies was around three years.
11.What research is needed to decide whether RF
exposure from wireless phones poses a health risk?
A combination of laboratory studies and epidemiological
studies of people actually using wireless phones would
provide some of the data that are needed. Lifetime animal
exposure studies could be completed in a few years.
However, very large numbers of animals would be needed
to provide reliable proof of a cancer promoting effect if one
exists. Epidemiological studies can provide data that is
directly applicable to human populations, but 10 or more
years follow-up may be needed to provide answers about
some health effects, such as cancer. This is because the
interval between the time of exposure to a cancer-causing
agent and the time tumors develop - if they do - may be
many, many years. The interpretation of epidemiological
studies is hampered by difficulties in measuring actual RF
exposure during day-to-day use of wireless phones. Many
factors affect this measurement, such as the angle at
which the phone is held, or which model of phone is used.
12.Which other federal agencies have responsibilities
related to potential RF health effects?
Additional information on the safety of RF exposures from
various sources can be obtained from the following
organizations.
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FCC RF Safety Program:
http://www.fcc.gov/oet/rfsafety/
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA):
http://www.epa.gov/radiation/
Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA):
http://www.osha-slc.gov/SLTC/radiofrequencyradiation/
index.html
National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health
(NIOSH):
http://www.cdc.gov/niosh/emfpg.html
World health Organization (WHO):
http://www.who.int/peh-emf/
International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation
Protection:
http://www.icnirp.de
National Radiation Protection Board (UK):
http://www.nrpb.org.uk
Updated 4/3/2002: US Food and Drug Administration
http://www.fda.gov/cellphones
Standard Limited Warranty
What is Covered and For How Long? SAMSUNG
TELECOMMUNICATIONS AMERICA, L.P. (“SAMSUNG”)
warrants to the original purchaser (“Purchaser”) that
SAMSUNG’s Phones and accessories (“Products”) are
free from defects in material and workmanship under
normal use and service for the period commencing upon
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the date of purchase and continuing for the following
specified period of time after that date:
Phone
1 Year
Batteries
1 Year
Leather Case/ Pouch
90 Days
Holster
90 Days
Other Phone Accessories
1 Year
What is Not Covered? This Limited Warranty is
conditioned upon proper use of Product by Purchaser.
This Limited Warranty does not cover: (a) defects or
damage resulting from accident, misuse, abuse, neglect,
unusual physical, electrical or electromechanical stress, or
modification of any part of Product, including antenna, or
cosmetic damage; (b) equipment that has the serial
number removed or made illegible; (c) any plastic surfaces
or other externally exposed parts that are scratched or
damaged due to normal use; (d) malfunctions resulting
from the use of Product in conjunction with accessories,
products, or ancillary/peripheral equipment not furnished
or approved by SAMSUNG; (e) defects or damage from
improper testing, operation, maintenance, installation, or
adjustment; (f) installation, maintenance, and service of
Product, or (g) Product used or purchased outside the
United States or Canada. This Limited Warranty covers
batteries only if battery capacity falls below 80% of rated
capacity or the battery leaks, and this Limited Warranty
does not cover any battery if (i) the battery has been
charged by a battery charger not specified or approved by
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SAMSUNG for charging the battery, (ii) any of the seals on
the battery are broken or show evidence of tampering, or
(iii) the battery has been used in equipment other than the
SAMSUNG phone for which it is specified.
What are SAMSUNG’s Obligations? During the
applicable warranty period, SAMSUNG will repair or
replace, at SAMSUNG’s sole option, without charge to
Purchaser, any defective component part of Product. To
obtain service under this Limited Warranty, Purchaser
must return Product to an authorized phone service facility
in an adequate container for shipping, accompanied by
Purchaser’s sales receipt or comparable substitute proof
of sale showing the date of purchase, the serial number of
Product and the sellers’ name and address. To obtain
assistance on where to deliver the Product, call Samsung
Customer Care at 1-888-987-4357. Upon receipt,
SAMSUNG will promptly repair or replace the defective
Product. SAMSUNG may, at SAMSUNG’s sole option, use
rebuilt, reconditioned, or new parts or components when
repairing any Product or replace Product with a rebuilt,
reconditioned or new Product. Repaired/replaced leather
cases, pouches and holsters will be warranted for a period
of ninety (90) days. All other repaired/replaced Product will
be warranted for a period equal to the remainder of the
original Limited Warranty on the original Product or for 90
days, whichever is longer. All replaced parts, components,
boards and equipment shall become the property of
SAMSUNG. If SAMSUNG determines that any Product is
not covered by this Limited Warranty, Purchaser must pay
all parts, shipping, and labor charges for the repair or
return of such Product.
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What Are the Limits On SAMSUNG’s Liability?
EXCEPT AS SET FORTH IN THE EXPRESS
WARRANTY CONTAINED HEREIN, PURCHASER
TAKES THE PRODUCT “AS IS,” AND SAMSUNG MAKES
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ARE NO CONDITIONS, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED,
STATUTORY OR OTHERWISE, OF ANY KIND
WHATSOEVER WITH RESPECT TO THE PRODUCT,
INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO:
♦THE MERCHANTABILITY OF THE PRODUCT OR ITS
FITNESS FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR USE;
♦WARRANTIES OF TITLE OR NON-INFRINGEMENT;
♦DESIGN, CONDITION, QUALITY, OR PERFORMANCE
OF THE PRODUCT;
♦THE WORKMANSHIP OF THE PRODUCT OR THE
COMPONENTS CONTAINED THEREIN; OR
♦COMPLIANCE OF THE PRODUCT WITH THE
REQUIREMENTS OF ANY LAW, RULE,
SPECIFICATION OR CONTRACT PERTAINING
THERETO.
NOTHING CONTAINED IN THE INSTRUCTION MANUAL
SHALL BE CONSTRUED TO CREATE AN EXPRESS
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WARRANTIES AND CONDITIONS THAT MAY ARISE BY
OPERATION OF LAW, INCLUDING IF APPLICABLE THE
IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND
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AS THE EXPRESS WRITTEN WARRANTY STATED
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LASTS, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATION MAY NOT APPLY
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TO YOU. IN ADDITION, SAMSUNG SHALL NOT BE
LIABLE FOR ANY DAMAGES OF ANY KIND
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OF, OR INABILITY TO USE THE PRODUCT OR ARISING
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CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, SO THE ABOVE
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UNENFORCEABILITY SHALL NOT AFFECT THE
ENFORCEABILITY FOR THE REMAINDER OF THIS
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ACKNOWLEDGES IS AND WILL ALWAYS BE
CONSTRUED TO BE LIMITED BY ITS TERMS OR AS
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THE PARTIES UNDERSTAND THAT THE PURCHASER
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OR EQUIPMENT LIE SOLELY WITH THE PURCHASER
AND THE DIRECT VENDOR, OWNER OR SUPPLIER
OF SUCH THIRD-PARTY SOFTWARE OR EQUIPMENT,
AS THE CASE MAY BE.
This Limited Warranty allocates risk of Product failure
between Purchaser and SAMSUNG, and SAMSUNG’s
Product pricing reflects this allocation of risk and the
limitations of liability contained in this Limited Warranty.
The agents, employees, distributors, and dealers of
SAMSUNG are not authorized to make modifications to
this Limited Warranty, or make additional warranties
binding on SAMSUNG. Accordingly, additional statements
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should not be relied upon.
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Glossary
To help you understand the main technical terms and
abbreviations used in this booklet and take full advantage
of the features on your mobile phone, here are a few
definitions.
Call Forwarding
Ability to reroute calls to another number.
Call Holding
Ability to put one call on standby while answering or making
another call; you can then switch between the two calls, as
required.
Call Waiting
Ability to inform users that they have an incoming call when
engaged on another call.
Caller Line Identification Services (Caller ID)
Services allowing subscribers to view or block the telephone
numbers of callers.
Dual Band
Ability to operate with both GSM (1900 MHz) and GSM (850
MHz) networks. The phone automatically uses the network
with strongest signal and even switches networks during a
call within the same operator’s network.
EMS (Enhanced Message Service)
An adaptation of the Short Message Service (SMS) that
allows you to create combinations of simple media to and
from EMS-compliant handsets. EMS users can send/receive
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209
text messages and that include simple sounds, melodies,
pictures, and animations to enhance the expressive power of
messages that are limited by the display constraints of mobile
devices.
Because EMS is based on SMS, it can use SMS centers the
same way that SMS does. EMS works on all Global System
for Mobile communications (GSM) networks.
GSM (Global System for Mobile Communication)
International standard for cellular communication,
guaranteeing compatibility between the various network
operators. GSM covers most European countries and many
other parts of the world.
Java
Programming language generating applications that can run
on all hardware platforms, whether small, medium or large,
without modification. It has been promoted for and geared
heavily to the Web, both for public Web sites and Intranets.
When a Java program runs from a Web page, it is called a
Java applet. When it is run on a mobile phone or pager, it is
called a MIDlet.
Multi-party Calling
Ability to establish a conference call involving up to five
additional parties.
Phone Password
Security code used to unlock the phone when you have
selected the option to lock it automatically each time it
switches on.
PIN (Personal Identification Number)
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210
Security code that protects the phone/SIM against
unauthorized use. The PIN is supplied by the service provider
with the SIM card. It may be a four to eight-digit number and
can be changed, as required.
Proxy Server
A server that resides between a web client, such as a web
browser, and a real Web server and acts as an intermediary
between them. When some people browse a web site, their
browser is not actually connecting to the web server. The
request from their browser goes to a proxy server, and the
proxy server makes the request to the web server.
A proxy server can improve performance for groups of
users because it cache the results of all requests for a
certain amount of time. If a user requests a web page that
it already fetched for another user, it returns the page
instead of forwarding the request to the Web server, which
can be a time-consuming operation.
PUK (PIN Unblocking Key)
Security code that protects the phone/SIM against
unauthorized use. The PIN is supplied by the service provider
with the SIM card. It may be a four to eight-digit number and
can be changed, as required.
Roaming
Use of your phone when you are outside your home area
(when traveling for example).
SIM (Subscriber Identification Module)
Card containing a chip with all the information required to
operate the phone (network and memory information, as well
as the subscriber’s personal data). The SIM card fits into a
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211
small slot on the back of the phone and is protected by the
battery.
SMS (Short Message Service)
Network service sending and receiving messages to and
from another subscriber without having to speak to the
correspondent. The message created or received can be
displayed, received, edited or sent.
Soft Keys
Two keys marked
which:
and
on the phone, the purpose of
♦varies according to the function that you are currently
using
♦is indicated on the bottom line of the display just above
the corresponding key.
Voice Mail
Computerized answering service that automatically answers
your calls when you are not available, plays a greeting
(optionally in your own voice) and records a message.
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212
Background image •, 153
Backlight
description •, 20
Barring, calls •, 110
Battery
charging •, 23
installing •, 23
low indicator •, 25
precautions •, 174
Broadcast messages •, 88
searching •, 44
Caller ID •, 113
Calls
answering •, 30, 62
barring •, 110
ending •, 28
forwarding •, 109
holding •, 59
making •, 27
redialing •, 28
rejecting •, 30
waiting •, 62, 112
Calls Made, 75
calls received •, 75
CB (Cell Broadcast) messages
•, 88
Characters, enter •, 51
Charging battery •, 23
Closed User Group (CUG) •, 114
Conference call •, 63
Connect tone •, 128
Contrast, display •, 154
Currency exchange •, 142
C
D
Calculator •, 134
Calendar memos
copying •, 132
erasing •, 132
viewing •, 132
writing •, 131
Call back, message •, 82
Call records
made •, 75
missed •, 31, 75
Call time •, 77
Caller groups
editing •, 45
Date, set •, 133
Deleting
calendar memo •, 132
multimedia message •, 94,
Index
A
Access codes •, 167
Alarm •, 129
Alert type •, 126
Answering
call •, 30
second call •, 62
Anykey answer •, 160
Auto redial •, 160
B
96, 97
Recent Calls •, 75
task •, 136, 139
text message •, 82, 83
voice memo •, 141
Delivery reports, message •, 86
Display
backlight •, 20
icons •, 18
Index
213
layout •, 16
settings •, 153
Downloading
games •, 117
DTMF tones, send •, 61
E
Earpiece volume •, 29
Emergency calls •, 180
EMS (Enhanced Message Service) •, 79
Error tone •, 128
K
Key volume •, 30
Keypad tones
selecting •, 126
sending •, 61
Keys
description •, 13
location •, 13
shortcut •, 160
L
Forwarding, calls •, 109
Language, select •, 156
Last number, redial •, 28
Locking
media contents •, 158
phone •, 157
Low battery indicator •, 25
Lower-case characters
entering •, 55
G
M
Games
downloading •, 117
playing •, 117
Graphic logo •, 155
Greeting message •, 155
Memory status
downloaded items •, 151
phonebook •, 48
text messages •, 87
Menu style •, 154
Menus
accessing •, 67
list •, 68
Message tone •, 126
Messages
cell broadcast •, 88
greeting •, 155
multimedia •, 149
reading •, 82
setting •, 84
text •, 79
MIDlets, launch •, 117
Minute minder •, 128
F
FDN (Fixed Dial Number) mode
•, 159
Forwarding
multimedia message •, 94,
96
H
Health and safety •, 171
Holding, call •, 59
I
Icons, description •, 18
Images
viewing •, 149
Inbox, messages •, 82
International calls •, 27
J
Java service •, 117
Index
214
Missed calls •, 31, 75
Morning call •, 129
Multimedia messages
deleting •, 96, 97
editing •, 97
setting •, 90
Multi-party calls •, 63
Muting
all sounds •, 32
key tones •, 61
microphone •, 60
N
Names
entering •, 51
searching/dialing •, 43
Network selection •, 113
Network services •, 109
Numbers, phone
searching/dialing •, 43
storing •, 39
O
On/off switch, phone •, 25
Organizer •, 129
Outbox, messages •, 83
Own number •, 155
P
Password
call barring •, 112
phone •, 157, 167
Phone
care and maintenance •,
181
display •, 16
icons •, 18
keys •, 13
layout •, 13
locking •, 157
password •, 167
resetting •, 161
switching on/off •, 25
unpacking •, 11
Phonebook
copying •, 42
editing •, 41
options •, 41
searching/dialing •, 43
speed-dialing •, 47
storing •, 39
Pictures, downloaded •, 149
PIN
changing •, 157
description •, 168
PIN2
changing •, 159
description •, 169
Power on/off tone •, 127
Problems, solving •, 163
PUK •, 168
PUK2 •, 169
R
Radio-frequency •, 171
Received calls •, 75
Received messages •, 82
Recording
voice memos •, 140
Redialing
automatically •, 160
manually •, 28
Resetting phone •, 161
Ring tone •, 125
Ring type •, 126
Ring volume •, 125
Road safety •, 175
Roaming •, 113
Index
215
S
Safety
information •, 171
Scheduler •, 130
SDN (Service Dialling Numbers)
•, 49
Searching, phonebook •, 43
Security, calls •, 156
Sent messages, text •, 83
Shortcut, menu •, 160
SIM card
installing •, 21
SIM Lock •, 158
SMS (Short Message Service)
Inbox •, 82
Outbox •, 83
Soft keys •, 35
Sound settings •, 125
Speed-dialing •, 47
Switching on/off
microphone •, 60
phone •, 25
Symbol mode, text input •, 57
T
T9 mode, text input •, 53
Tasks, to do list
creating •, 134
editing •, 135
Templates, message, text •, 84
Text input mode •, 52
Text message
creating/sending •, 79
deleting •, 82, 83
reading •, 82, 83
setting •, 84
Text, enter •, 51
Time format •, 134
Index
216
Time, set •, 133
To do list •, 134
Tone
connect •, 128
error •, 128
keypad •, 126
message •, 126
minute minder •, 128
power on/off •, 127
ring •, 125
Travel adapter •, 24
U
Upper-case characters
entering •, 55
User group •, 114
V
Vibration •, 32, 126
Voice mail •, 76
Voice memo
deleting •, 141
playing •, 141
recording •, 140
Voicemail server •, 76
Volume, adjust
keypad tone •, 30
ring •, 125
Volume,adjusting
earpiece •, 29
W
Waiting call •, 62, 112
Wallpaper •, 153
WAP browser
cache, clear •, 149
favorites •, 147
setting •, 148
World time •, 133
Writing messages •, 79
➀ Press the Menu soft key.
➁ Scroll using the
Navigation keys through
the list of the menus until
you reach the menu you
want.
➂ Press the Select soft key.
➃ Scroll using the Up and
Down keys through the
list of the options until the
one you want is selected.
➄ Press the Select soft key.
• Each of the two soft keys (
and
)
perform the function indicated by the
text above it, on the bottom line of the
display.
Access the
menu
functions
SGH-c207 GPRS Telephone
Press the
or
key on
the left side of the phone.
Adjust the
volume
key.
Press the
Answer a call
key.
Briefly press the
➀ Press the View soft
key.
➁ Scroll using the Up and
Down keys through the
missed calls.
➂ To return the call, press
key.
the
View missed
calls
immediately
after missing
them
➀ Enter the number.
➁ Press the
key.
Make a call
End a call
Press and hold the
key.
Switch on/off
Quick reference card
Choose the
alert type
Store
numbers in
Phone Book
➀ Select the Alert type
menu (Menu 6.4).
➁ Select an option:
• Melody
• Vibration
• Vibra+Melody
➂Press the Select soft key.
➀ Enter the number and
press the Save soft key.
Select an icon.
Press the Select soft key.
Select a memory.
Press the Select soft key.
Enter the name.
Press the OK soft key.
If necessary, change the
location number.
➁
➂
➃
➄
➅
➆
➇
➈ Press the OK soft key.
➉ Press the
key to
return to Idle mode.
Search for a
number in
Phone Book
➀ Press the Name soft key.
➁ Select the Search option.
➂ Enter the first few letters
of the name.
➃ To scroll through the
names, press the Up or
Down key.
➄ Press the View soft key.
➅ To scroll through the
numbers, press the Up or
Down key.
➆ Press the
key to dial.