GT-B3410R
user manual
GH68-26664A
Printed in China
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using this manual .................................... 1
contents
Instructional icons ....................................... 1
introducing your mobile phone ............... 3
Unpack ....................................................... 3
Phone layout ............................................... 4
Keypad ....................................................... 5
QWERTY keyboard ..................................... 6
Icons .......................................................... 7
assembling and preparing your mobile
phone ........................................................ 8
Install the SIM card and battery ................... 8
Charge the battery .................................... 10
Insert a memory card (optional) ................. 11
using basic functions ............................. 14
Turn your phone on and off ....................... 14
Use the touch screen ................................ 15
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contents
Access menus .......................................... 16
Automatically open the message composer
screen ...................................................... 16
Use widgets .............................................. 16
Customize your phone .............................. 18
Use basic call functions ............................ 20
Send and view messages ......................... 21
Add and find contacts ............................... 23
Use basic camera functions ...................... 24
Listen to music ......................................... 26
Browse the web ........................................ 28
using advanced functions ..................... 29
Use advanced call functions ..................... 29
Use advanced contact functions ............... 32
Use message templates ............................ 33
Use advanced camera functions ............... 34
Use advanced music functions ................. 37
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using tools and applications ................. 40
Use the Bluetooth wireless feature ............ 40
Make fake calls ......................................... 42
Record and play voice memos .................. 43
Print images .............................................. 43
View photos and videos on the web ......... 44
Use Java-powered games and
applications .............................................. 44
Create and view world clocks ................... 45
Set and use alarms ................................... 46
Use the calculator ..................................... 47
Convert currencies or measurements ....... 47
Set a countdown timer ............................. 47
Use the stopwatch .................................... 47
Create a new task ..................................... 48
Create a text memo .................................. 48
Manage your calendar .............................. 48
troubleshooting ...................................... 50
safety and usage information ............... 53
contents
Safety warnings ........................................ 53
Safety precautions .................................... 55
Important usage information ..................... 58
Radio frequency safety ............................. 60
Owner’s record ......................................... 62
index ....................................................... 69
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Instructional icons
using this
manual
Before you start, familiarise yourself with the icons
you will see in this manual:
Warning—situations that could cause
injury to yourself or others
This user manual has been specially
designed to guide you through the functions and
features of your mobile phone. To get started quickly,
refer to “introducing your mobile phone,”
“assembling and preparing your mobile phone,”
and “using basic functions.”
Caution—situations that could cause
damage to your phone or other
equipment
Note—notes, usage tips, or additional
information

Refer to—pages with related
information; for example:  p. 12
(represents “see page 12”)
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using this manual
2

Followed by—the order of options or
menus you must select to perform a
step; for example: In Menu mode,
select Messages  Create New
Message (represents Messages,
followed by Create New Message)
[ ]
Square brackets—phone keys; for
example: [
] (represents the Power/
Menu exit key)
Unpack
introducing your
mobile phone
In this section, learn about your mobile phone’s
layout, keys, and icons.
Check your product box for the following items:
•
•
•
•
Mobile phone
Battery
Travel adapter (charger)
User manual
• The items supplied with your phone may vary
depending on the software and accessories
available in your region or offered by your
service provider. You can obtain additional
accessories from your local Samsung dealer.
• The supplied accessories perform best for
your phone.
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Phone layout
The front of your phone includes the following keys
and features:
introducing your mobile phone
QWERTY
keyboard
The rear of your phone includes the following keys
and features:
Headset jack
Camera lens
Earpiece
Speaker
Multifunction
jack
Battery cover
Volume key
Touch screen
Hold key
Recorder key
Camera key
Back key
Internal antenna
Power/Menu
exit key
Dial key
Mouthpiece
Depending on your region, the composition of
the QWERTY keyboard may differ.
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You can lock the touch screen and keys to
prevent any unwanted phone operations. To
lock, press the Hold key. To unlock, press and
hold the Hold key or touch and hold the lock
icon on the touch screen.
Keypad
Key
Dial
Key
Back
Return to the previous level
Power/
Menu exit
Turn the phone on and off (press
and hold); End a call; In Menu mode,
cancel input and return to Idle mode
Volume
Adjust the phone’s volume
Hold
Lock the touch screen and keys;
Unlock the touch screen and keys
(press and hold)
Recorder
Camera
introducing your mobile phone
Function
Make or answer a call; In Idle mode,
retrieve recently dialled, missed, or
received numbers
Function
Open the voice recorder screen;
Start recording a voice memo (press
and hold); From the FM radio
screen, start recording songs
In Idle mode, turn on the camera
(press and hold); In Camera mode,
take a photo or record a video
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QWERTY keyboard
Depending on your region, the composition of
the QWERTY keyboard may differ.
Space
Function
Insert a space in a text input field; In
Idle mode, switch to the silent profile
(press and hold)
Function
Enter numbers, letters and special
characters; In Idle mode, press and
hold [1] to access voice mails and
[0] to enter an international call prefix
4-way
navigation
In Idle mode, access user-defined
menus (depending on your service
provider, pre-defined menus may
differ); In Menu mode, scroll through
menu options
Shift
Change case in a text input field
Backspace
Delete characters; In Menu mode,
return to the previous level
Alt
Use characters on the upper half of
the keys in a text input field
Enter
Symbol
Enter symbols in a text input field
Start a new line in a text input field;
In Menu mode, select the
highlighted menu option or confirm
an input
Messaging
In Idle mode, open a new message
composer window; In Idle mode,
access the inbox folder of the
Messages menu (press and hold)
Key
introducing your mobile phone
Alphanumeric
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Key
Icons
Icon
Learn about the icons that appear on your display.
Icon
GPRS network connected
EDGE network connected
Call in progress
Connecting to secured web page
Call forwarding activated
Synchronized with PC
Roaming (outside of normal service area)
Bluetooth activated
Music playback in progress
Music playback paused
Memory card inserted
New text message
introducing your mobile phone
Definition
Signal strength
Definition
FM radio on
New picture message
New voice mail message
Alarm activated
Normal profile activated
Silent profile activated
driving profile activated
outdoor profile activated
airplane mode activated
Battery power level
Current time
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Install the SIM card and battery
assembling and
preparing your
mobile phone
When you subscribe to a cellular service, you will
receive a Subscriber Identity Module (SIM) with
subscription details, such as your personal
identification number (PIN) and optional services.
To install the SIM card and battery,
1. Remove the battery cover.
Get started by assembling and setting up
your mobile phone for its first use.
If the phone is on, press and hold [
it off.
] to turn
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2. Insert the SIM card.
3. Insert the battery.
assembling and preparing your mobile phone
Ensure that the memory card holder is locked
before inserting the battery.
• Place the SIM card in the phone with the
gold-coloured contacts facing down.
• Without inserting a SIM card, you can use
your phone’s non-network services and
some menus.
4. Replace the battery cover.
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Charge the battery
Before using the phone for the first time, you must
charge the battery.
assembling and preparing your mobile phone
1. Open the cover to the multifunction jack on the
side of the phone.
2. Plug the small end of the travel adapter into the
multifunction jack.
Improperly connecting the travel adapter can
cause serious damage to the phone. Any
damages by misuse are not covered by the
warranty.
3. Plug the large end of the travel adapter into a
power outlet.
4. When the battery is fully charged (the
icon is
no longer moving), unplug the travel adapter from
the power outlet.
5. Unplug the travel adapter from the phone.
With the triangle
facing up
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6. Close the cover to the multifunction jack.
Insert a memory card (optional)
To store additional multimedia files, you must insert a
memory card. Your phone accepts microSD™ or
microSDHC™ memory cards up to 8 GB
(depending on memory card manufacturer and
type).
Formatting the memory card on a PC may
cause incompatibility with your phone. Format
the memory card only on the phone (from the
Menu screen, select Settings  Memory
Management Memory Card Format
Memory Card).
1. Remove the battery cover and the battery.
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assembling and preparing your mobile phone
About the low battery indicator
When your battery is low, the phone emits a
warning tone and provides a low battery
message. The battery icon will also be empty
and blinking. If the battery level becomes too
low, the phone will automatically power off.
Recharge your battery to continue using your
phone.
assembling and preparing your mobile phone
2. Unlock the memory card holder.
4. Close the memory card holder.
3. Lift the memory card holder and insert a memory
card as shown.
5. Lock the memory card holder.
6. Replace the battery and the battery cover.
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7. To remove the memory card, remove the battery
cover and the battery, unlock and lift the memory
card holder, and remove the memory card.
assembling and preparing your mobile phone
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Turn your phone on and off
using basic
functions
Learn how to perform basic operations and use the
main features of your mobile phone.
To turn your phone on,
1. Press and hold [
].
2. Enter your PIN and select Done (if necessary).
To turn your phone off, press and hold [
].
Switch to Airplane Mode
By switching to airplane mode, you can use your
phone’s non-network services in areas where
wireless devices are prohibited, such as airplanes
and hospitals.
To switch to airplane mode, in Menu mode, select
Settings  Phone  Airplane Mode.
Follow all posted warnings and directions from
official personnel when in areas where wireless
devices are prohibited.
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Use the touch screen
Your phone’s touch screen lets you easily select
items or perform functions. Learn basic actions to
use the touch screen.
• Drag your finger up or down to scroll through
vertical lists.
using basic functions
For the optimal use of the touch screen,
remove the screen protection film before using
your phone.
• Touch an icon to open a menu or launch an
application.
• Drag your finger left or right to scroll through
horizontal lists.
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Access menus
3. Slide open the phone.
To access your phone’s menus,
4. Rotate the phone anti-clockwise to landscape
view.
1. In Idle mode, select Menu to access Menu
mode.
5. Create a new text or picture message.
2. Select a menu or option.
Use widgets
using basic functions
3. Press the Back key to move up one level; press
[
] to return to Idle mode.
Automatically open the message
composer screen
Open the message composer screen quickly by
sliding open the phone.
1. In Menu mode, select Settings  Display and
Light  Quick Access  On  Save (if
necessary).
2. Press [
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] to return to Idle mode.
Widgets are mini-applications that provide information
at a glance and direct access to frequently used
tools, such as various online services.
• Some of your widgets connect to web
services. Selecting a web-based widget may
incur additional charges.
• Available widgets may vary depending on
your region or service provider.
Open the widget toolbar
In Idle mode, select the arrow at the left side of the
screen to open the widget toolbar. You can
rearrange widgets on the widget toolbar or move
them to the idle screen.
Scroll through the widget toolbar
The widget toolbar contains more widgets than can
be displayed on screen at one time.
Move widgets to the idle screen
1. Open the widget toolbar.
2. Drag a widget from the widget toolbar to the idle
screen. You can position the widget anywhere
on the screen.
Locate the widget you want to use (in the toolbar or
on the main screen). Touch the icon to activate the
mini-application.
Some widgets, such as the analog clock and
digital clock, only operate when moved to the
idle screen.
Change the widget toolbar
1. Open the widget toolbar.
2. Select
from the widget toolbar.
3. Select the widgets you want to include in the
widget toolbar and select Save.
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using basic functions
• Use your finger to scroll the toolbar up and down.
• Flick the screen in an upward or downward
motion to quickly scroll through the list.
Activate a widget
Customize your phone
Switch to or from the silent profile
Get more from your phone by customizing it to
match your preferences.
In Idle mode, select Keypad and touch and hold
to silence your phone or return to the previous
mode.
Adjust the volume of the key tones
using basic functions
In Idle mode, press [ / ] and adjust the key tone
volume.
Change your ringtone
To change the ringtone of the current profile,
Adjust the vibration intensity
1. In Menu mode, select Settings  Sound
Profile.
You can adjust the intensity of the vibration when
you touch the phone screen.
2. Scroll to the profile you are using.
1. In Idle mode, press [ / ].
2. Select Vibration and adjust the intensity of the
vibration.
If you are using the silent or offline profile, you
are not allowed to change the ringtone.
3. Select Edit  Call Ringtone.
4. Select a ringtone category  a ringtone.
5. Select Save twice.
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To switch to another profile, select it from the list and
select Save.
Select a wallpaper (Idle mode)
1. In Menu mode, select Settings  Display and
Light  Wallpaper.
• The first time you access a menu that
requires a password, you will be prompted to
create and confirm a password.
• Samsung is not responsible for any loss of
passwords or private information or other
damages caused by illegal software.
using basic functions
2. Scroll left or right to an image.
3. Enter the new password again and select Done.
3. Select Set.
Lock your phone
1. In Menu mode, select Settings  Phone 
Security  Lock Phone  On  Save.
2. Enter a new 4 to 8-digit password and select
Done.
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Use basic call functions
Use the speakerphone feature
Learn to make or answer calls and use basic call
functions.
1. During a call, select
Make a call
using basic functions
1. In Idle mode, select Keypad and enter an area
code and a phone number.
2. Press [
] to dial the number
3. To end the call, press [
By plugging the supplied headset into the phone,
you can make and answer calls:
1. When a call is received, press [
].
].
Adjust the volume
To adjust the volume during a call, press [ / ].
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again.
In noisy environments, you may have difficulty
hearing the calls while using the speakerphone
feature. For better performance, use the normal
phone mode.
Use the headset
].
Answer a call
2. To end the call, press [
to activate the speaker.
2. To switch back to the earpiece, select
• To redial the last call, press and hold the headset
button.
• To answer a call, press the headset button.
• To end a call, press and hold the headset button.
Send an email
Learn to send or view text (SMS), multimedia (MMS),
and email messages.
1. In Menu mode, select Messages 
MobileMail.
Send a text or picture message
2. Select an email service and follow the onscreen
instructions to create and send email.
1. In Menu mode, select Messages  Create
New Message.
Enter text
2. Select Tap to Add Recipient.
3. Select a contact from one of the categories and
select Add, or select Enter Manually, enter a
destination number and select Done.
4. Select Tap to Add Text.
5. Enter your message text and select Done.
 p. 21
6. To add multimedia, select Add Multimedia and
add an item.
With your phone’s touch screen or the QWERTY
keyboard, you can enter text and create messages
or notes.
Enter text using the virtual keypad
When you open the text input field, the virtual keypad
appears.
• Select T9 to switch between T9 and ABC modes.
Depending on your region, you may be able to
access an input mode for your specific language.
7. Select Send to send the message.
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using basic functions
Send and view messages
• Select Abc or T9Ab to change case or switch to
Numeric mode.
• Select
to switch to Symbol mode.
• Select EN to change the input language.
You can use the following text input modes:
Mode
using basic functions
ABC
Function
Select an appropriate virtual key until the
character you want appears on the display.
T9
1. Select appropriate virtual keys to enter an
entire word.
2. When the word displays correctly, select
to insert a space. If the correct word
does not display, select 0 to select an
alternate word.
Numeric
Select an appropriate virtual key to enter a
number.
Symbol
Select an appropriate virtual key to enter a
symbol.
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Enter text on the QWERTY keyboard
Open the phone and rotate counter-clockwise to
landscape view. Enter text using the QWERTY
keyboard as you would use a computer’s keyboard.
When entering text on the QWERTY keyboard, you
can use the following functions:
• Press [ ] to change case.
• Press [Alt] to enter characters on the upper half of
the keys.
• Press [Sym] to switch to Symbol mode.
• Press [ ] to insert a space.
• Press [ ] to delete characters.
• Press [ ] to start a new line.
View text or picture messages
1. In Menu mode, select Messages  Inbox.
2. Select a text or picture message.
View an email
Find a contact
1. In Menu mode, select Messages 
MobileMail.
1. In Menu mode, select Contacts.
2. Select an email service and follow the onscreen
instructions to view email.
3. Enter the first few letters of the name you want to
find and select Done.
Learn the basics of using the contacts feature.
Add a new contact
4. Select the contact’s name from the search list.
Once you have found a contact, you can:
• call the contact by pressing [
]
• edit the contact information by selecting Edit.
1. In Idle mode, select Keypad and enter a phone
number.
2. Select More  Add to Contacts  a memory
location (phone or SIM)  New.
3. Select a number type (if necessary).
4. Enter contact information.
5. Select Save to add the contact to memory.
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using basic functions
Add and find contacts
2. Select Search.
Use basic camera functions
Learn the basics to capture and view photos and
videos.
Capture photos
using basic functions
1. In Idle mode, press and hold [
camera.
] to turn on the
2. Rotate the phone counter-clockwise to
landscape view.
3. Aim the lens at the subject and make any
adjustments.
• To set the brightness, select
or press the
Up or Down navigation key on the QWERTY
keyboard.
• To zoom in or out, press [ / ] or press the
Left or Right navigation key on the QWERTY
keyboard.
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If the camera icons do not appear on the
screen, touch the screen to make them
reappear.
4. To take a photo, press [ ] or press [
QWERTY keyboard.
The photo is saved automatically.
5. Press the Back key or [
(step 3).
] on the
] to take another photo
View photos
In Menu mode, select Media Pictures My
Photos a photo file.
While viewing photos, select

or
to zoom
in or out. Press the Back key to exit the zoom
screen.
Capture videos
1. In Idle mode, press and hold [
camera.
] to turn on the
7. Press the Back key or [
video (step 4).
2. Rotate the phone counter-clockwise to
landscape view.

to switch to video recording
4. Aim the lens at the subject and make any
adjustments.
• To set the brightness, select
or press the
Up or Down navigation key on the QWERTY
keyboard.
• To zoom in or out, press [ / ] or press the
Left or Right navigation key on the QWERTY
keyboard.
5. To start recording, press [
the QWERTY keyboard.
] or press [
] to record another
View videos
using basic functions
3. Select
mode.
6. To stop recording, pess [ ], select , or
press [ ] on the QWERTY keyboard.
The video is saved automatically.
In Menu mode, select Media Videos My
Video Clips  a video file.
Your phone can play 320 X 240 resolution
video files at 15 frames per second.
] on
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Listen to music
Learn how to listen to music via the music player or
FM radio.
Listen to the FM radio
5. Control the FM radio using the following icons
and keys:
Icon/Key
/
Function
Change the sound output between
headset and speaker
using basic functions
1. Plug the supplied headset into the phone’s
headset jack.
Tune a radio station manually; Tune a
radio station automatically (touch and
hold)
2. In Menu mode, select Tools  FM Radio.
Turn on the FM radio
3. Press
to turn on the FM radio.
You can also press [ ] or [
] on the
QWERTY keyboard to turn on the FM radio.
4. Select Yes to start automatic tuning.
The radio scans and saves available stations
automatically.
The first time you turn on the FM radio, you will
be prompted to start automatic tuning.To
repeat the process, select More 
Self-tuning.
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Turn off the FM radio
/
Turn on or off the FM radio
/
Adjust the volume
/
Tune a radio station manually; Tune a
radio station automatically (press and
hold)
Listen to music files
Icon/Key
Start by transferring files to your phone or memory
card:
• Download from the wireless web.  p. 28
• Receive via Bluetooth.  p. 41
• Copy to your memory card.  p. 37
After transferring music files to your phone or
memory card,
Skip forward; Scan forward in a file
(touch and hold)
Change the repeat mode (
: off,
: repeat one,
: repeat all)
Activate Shuffle mode
2. Select a music category  a music file.
Icon/Key
Function
Pause playback
Resume playback
using basic functions
Change the sound effect
1. In Menu mode, select Tools  Media Player.
3. Control playback using the following icons and
keys:
Function
Restart playback; Skip backward
(select within 3 seconds); Scan
backward in a file (touch and hold)
/
/
Pause or resume playback
Adjust the volume
Restart playback; Skip backward
(press within 3 seconds); Scan
backward in a file (press and hold)
Skip forward; Scan forward in a file
(press and hold)
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If you select Media and a music file, you
cannot skip forward or backward during
playback.
Browse the web
using basic functions
Learn to access and bookmark your favourite web
pages.
• You may incur additional charges for
accessing the web and downloading media.
Icon
Function
Move backward or forward on a web page
Stop loading the Web page
Refresh the current web page
Zoom on a web page
Change the view mode
Access a list of browser options
• The browser menu may be labelled differently
depending on your service provider.
Bookmark your favourite web pages
• Available icons may vary depending on your
region or service provider.
1. In the browser, select
Create.
Browse web pages
1. In Menu mode, select Internet to launch the
browser and open your service provider’s
homepage.
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2. Navigate web pages using the following icons:
 Bookmarks 
2. Enter a page title and a web address (URL).
3. Select Save.
Use advanced call functions
using advanced
functions
Learn how to perform advanced operations and use
additional features of your mobile phone.
Learn about your phone’s additional calling
capabilities.
View and dial missed calls
Your phone displays a list of calls you have missed
on the screen. To dial the number of a missed call,
1. Select the call from the event alert widget and
select View.
2. Scroll to the missed call you want to dial.
3. Select Call or press [
] to dial.
Call a recently dialed number
1. In Idle mode, press [
recent numbers.
] to display a list of
2. Select the number you want and select Call or
press [
] to dial.
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Hold a call or retrieve a held call
Select
to place a call on hold or select
retrieve a held call.
Answer a second call
to
If your network supports this function, you can
answer a second incoming call:
using advanced functions
Dial a second call
1. Press [
] to answer the second call.
The first call is automatically placed on hold.
If your network supports this function, you can dial
another number during a call:
2. Select
1. Select
Make a multiparty call (conference call)
to place the first call on hold.
to switch between the calls.
2. Select Keypad and enter the second number to
dial, and then press [
].
1. Call the first party you want to add to the
multiparty call.
3. Select
2. While connected to the first party, call the
second party.
The first party is automatically placed on hold.
to switch between the two calls.
4. To end the call on hold, select More  End 
Held call.
5. To end the current call, press [
].
3. When connected to the second party, select
More  Conference Call.
4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 to add more parties (if
necessary).
5. To end the multiparty call, press [
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].
Call an international number
Reject a call
1. In Idle mode, select Keypad and touch and hold
0 to insert the + character.
To reject an incoming call, press [
hear a busy tone.
2. Enter the complete number you want to dial
(country code, area code, and phone number),
and then select More  Call or press [
] to
dial.
To reject calls from certain numbers automatically,
use auto rejection. To activate auto rejection and set
up the reject list,
You can call numbers directly from the contact list
using stored contacts.  p. 23
1. In Menu mode, select Settings  Application
Settings  Calls  General  Auto Reject.
2. Select On under Activation.
3. Select Reject List.
1. In Menu mode, select Contacts.
4. Select Create.
2. Select the number you want to dial and press
[
] to dial.
5. Select the number input field.
6. Enter a number to reject and select Done.
7. Select Match Ccriteria  an option  Select.
8. Select Save.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 to add more numbers.
10. Select Save twice.
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using advanced functions
Call a contact from the contact list
]. The caller will
Use advanced contact functions
3. Select a speed number you want to set.
Learn to create your business card, set speed dial
numbers, and create groups of contacts.
4. Select a contact  a number (if necessary) to
assign to the number.
The contact is saved to the speed dial number.
Create your business card
using advanced functions
1. In Menu mode, select Contacts  More  My
Business Card.
2. Enter your personal details.
3. Select Save.
You can send your business card by attaching
it to a message or email, or transferring it via
Bluetooth wireless connection.
You can now call this contact from the dialling
screen by touching and holding the assigned
speed dial number.
Create a group of contacts
By creating groups of contacts, you can assign
ringtones and caller ID photos to each group or send
messages to an entire group. To create a group:
1. In Menu mode, select Contacts.
Set speed dial numbers
2. Scroll left or right to Groups.
1. In Menu mode, select Contacts.
3. Select Create.
2. Select More  Settings  Speed Dial.
4. Enter a group name and select Done.
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5. To set the caller ID image, select the new group
 Group Settings  Caller Image  an image
category  an image  Set.
6. To set a group ringtone, select Ringtone  a
ringtone category  a ringtone  Set.
7. Select Save.
Learn to create and use templates to create new
messages.
1. In Menu mode, select Messages  Templates
 Multimedia Templates.
2. Select Create.
3. Create a picture message, with a subject and
desired attachments, to use as your template. 
p. 21
4. Select More  Save to  Templates to save
the template.
Insert text template in a message
Create a text template
1. In Menu mode, select Messages  Templates
 Text Templates.
2. Select Create to open a new template window.
1. In Menu mode, select Messages  Create
New Message.
2. In the text field, select More  Insert 
Template  a template.
3. Enter your text and select Done to save the
template.
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using advanced functions
Use message templates
Create a multimedia template
Create a message from a multimedia
template
1. In Menu mode, select Messages  Templates
 Multimedia Templates.
Use advanced camera functions
Learn how to capture photos in various modes and
customise camera settings.
using advanced functions
2. Select the template you want.
Capture a series of photos
3. Select More  Edit.
Your template opens as a new picture message.
1. In Idle mode, press and hold [
camera.
] to turn on the
2. Rotate the phone counter-clockwise to
landscape view.
3. Select
 Shooting mode  Multi-shot.
4. Make any necessary adjustments.
5. Press and hold [ ] until the number of photos
you want has been taken (maximum 9 photos).
Capture a photo mosaic
1. In Idle mode, press and hold [
camera.
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] to turn on the
2. Rotate the phone counter-clockwise to
landscape view.
3. Select
 Shooting mode  Mosaic Shot.
Use camera options
Before capturing a photo, select
following options:
to access the
Option
5. Make any necessary adjustments.
Shooting Mode
Function
Change the shooting mode
6. Press [
Resolution
Change the image resolution
Capture photos with decorative frames
Timer
Set a time delay before photo is
taken
1. In Idle mode, press and hold [
camera.
White Balance
Adjust the colour balance for
various types of lighting
Effects
Apply a special effect
Viewfinder Mode
Selects whether icons and
guidelines appear on the screen
More Settings
Change the camera settings (see
below)
] to take a photo for each segment.
] to turn on the
2. Rotate the phone counter-clockwise to
landscape view.
3. Select
 Shooting mode  Frame Shot.
4. Select a frame.
5. Make any necessary adjustments.
6. Press [
using advanced functions
4. Select an image layout.
] to take a photo with the frame.
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Before capturing a photo, select
 More
settings to access the following settings:
Setting
using advanced functions
Quality
Function
Adjust the quality of your photos
Exposure
metering
Selects the portion of the image
area used to calculate the exposure
Single shot
mode
Before capturing a video, select
following options:
Option
to access the
Function
Recording Mode Change the recording mode
Resolution
Change the video resolution
Timer
Select time delay before recording
Selects whether the camera
displays captured photos or returns
to camera mode
White Balance
Adjust the colour balance for
various types of lighting
Selects a sound to accompany the
shutter action
Effects
Apply a special effect
Shutter Sound
Audio Recording Turn audio recording on or off
Night Mode
Increases sensitivity in dim light
Viewfinder Mode
Selects whether icons are
displayed on the preview screen
Default Storage
Select a location to store new
photos
Quality
Set the quality of your video clips
Default Name
Edit the default name for new
photos
Default Storage
Select a location to store new video
clips
Default Name
Edit the default name for new video
clips
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Use advanced music functions
Learn to prepare music files, create playlists, and
store radio stations.
2. Enter a title for your new playlist and select
Done.
3. Select the new playlist.
4. Select Add  Tracks.
Copy music files using mass storage
2. Using an optional PC data cable, connect the
multifunction jack on your phone to a PC.
When connected, a pop-up window appears on
the PC.
3. Open a folder to view files.
5. Select the files you want to include and select
Add.
Customize your music player settings
Learn to adjust the playback and sound settings for
your music player.
1. In Menu mode, select Tools Media Player.
2. Select Settings.
4. Copy files from the PC to your phone or an
inserted memory card.
Create a playlist
1. In Menu mode, select Tools Media Player 
Playlists  Create.
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using advanced functions
1. In Menu mode, select Settings  Connectivity
 Mass Storage  Save.
3. Adjust the settings to customize your music
player:
Option
Function
Repeat
Mode
Repeat one or all songs
Shuffle
Activate Shuffle mode
using advanced functions
Set whether music plays in the
Background
background when you close the
Playing
music player
Sound
Effects
Changes the sound for various
types of music
Music Auto
Off
Set a timer that automatically turns
the music player off
4. Select Save.
2. In Menu mode, select Tools  FM Radio.
3. Select
to start the FM radio.
4. Select More  Record to start recording.
You can also press
to start recording.
5. When you are finished recording, select Stop.
The music file will be saved in FM Radio Clips
(in Menu mode, select Media  Music).
The recording feature is intended for voice
recording only. The quality of the recording will
be much lower than digital media.
Store radio stations automatically
1. Plug the supplied headset into the phone.
2. In Menu mode, select Tools  FM Radio.
3. Select
to start the FM radio.
Record songs from the FM radio
4. Select More  Self-tuning.
1. Plug the supplied headset into the phone.
5. Select Yes to confirm (if necessary).
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The radio scans and saves available stations
automatically.
5. Select a station from the list.
Set up your favourite radio station list
1. Plug the supplied headset into the phone’s
headset jack.
using advanced functions
2. In Menu mode, select FM Radio.
3. Select
to start the FM radio.
4. Select a radio station to add to the favourite list.
5. Select Add to Favorites.
Access your favourite radio stations
1. Plug the supplied headset into the phone’s
headset jack.
2. In Menu mode, select FM Radio.
3. Select
to start the FM radio.
4. Select Open Favorites.
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Use the Bluetooth wireless feature
using tools and
applications
Learn how to work with your mobile phone’s tools
and additional applications.
Learn about your phone’s ability to connect to other
wireless devices for exchanging data and using
hands-free features.
Turn on Bluetooth
1. In Menu mode, select Settings  Connectivity
 Bluetooth  Activation.
2. Select On  Save.
3. To allow other devices to locate your phone,
select My Phone’s Visibility  On  Save.
Find and pair with other Bluetoothenabled devices
1. In Menu mode, select Settings  Connectivity 
Bluetooth  My Devices  Search New Device.
2. Select a device.
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3. Enter a PIN for the Bluetooth wireless feature or
the other device’s Bluetooth PIN, if it has one,
and select Done.
When the owner of the other device enters the
same PIN or accepts the connection, pairing is
complete.
Send data using the Bluetooth wireless
connection
1. Select the file or item from one of your phone’s
applications that you want to send.
2. Depending on the application, select Send via
 Bluetooth, Send  Via Bluetooth, or More
 Send Business Card via  Bluetooth.
1. Enter the PIN for the Bluetooth wireless
connection and select Done (if necessary).
2. Select Yes to confirm that you are willing to
receive data from the device (if necessary).
Use Remote SIM mode
In Remote SIM mode, you can make or answer calls
with a connected Bluetooth hands-free car kit via the
SIM card on your phone.
To activate Remote SIM mode,
1. In Menu mode, select Settings  Connectivity
 Bluetooth  Remote SIM mode.
2. Select On  Save.
To use Remote SIM mode, start the Bluetooth
connection from a Bluetooth hands-free car kit.
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using tools and applications
PIN may not be required, depending on the
device.
Receive data using Bluetooth wireless
connection
using tools and applications
Make fake calls
2. Select On under Fake Call Voice.
You can simulate an incoming call when you want to
get out of meetings or unwanted conversations. You
can also make it appear as if you are talking on the
phone by playing back a recorded voice.
3. Select Voice Recording.
Activate the fake call feature
7. Select Back  Save to set the recording as a
response for fake calls.
1. In Menu mode, select Settings  Application
Settings  Calls  Fake Call.
2. Under Activation, select On.
Make a fake call
In Idle mode, press and hold the Volume key down.
Record a voice
1. In Menu mode, select Settings  Application
Settings  Calls  Fake Call  Fake Call
Voice.
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4. Select
to start recording.
5. Speak into the microphone.
6. When you are finished speaking, select
.
Change the time delay before fake calls
1. In Menu mode, select Settings  Application
Settings  Calls  Fake Call  Fake Call
Timer.
2. Select an option and select Save.
This feature does not work while the radio is
playing or paused.
Record and play voice memos
Print images
Learn to operate your phone’s voice recorder.
To print an image using a Bluetooth wireless
connection,
Record a voice memo
1. In Idle mode, press [
recorder.
2. Select More  Print via Bluetooth  Print.
3. Select a Bluetooth-enabled printer and pair with
the printer.  p. 40
or Record to start recording.
3. Speak your memo into the microphone.
4. When you are finished speaking, select
Save.
4. Set print options and print the image.
or
Play a voice memo
1. In Idle mode, press [
Audio.
] and select Recorded
2. Select a file.
Press [ / ] to adjust the volume during
playback.
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using tools and applications
2. Select
1. Open an image.  p. 24
] to open the voice
View photos and videos on the web
Learn to access photo sharing websites and blogs
and view photos and videos.
This feature may be unavailable depending on
your region or service provider.
using tools and applications
1. In Menu mode, select Communities.
Use Java-powered games and
applications
Learn to use games and applications powered by
Java technology.
The download of Java files may not be
supported, depending on the software of the
phone.
2. Select a destination you want to view.
3. Enter your user ID and password of the
destination (if necessary).
Download games or applications
1. In Menu mode, select Games & Apps  Get
New Games or Get New Applications.
Your phone connects to the website preset by
your service provider.
2. Search for a game or an application and
download it to the phone.
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Play games
Create and view world clocks
1. In Menu mode, select Games & Apps.
Learn to view the time in another city and set world
clocks to appear on your display.
2. Select a game from the list and follow the onscreen instructions.
Launch applications
1. In Menu mode, select Games & Apps  an
application.
2. Select More to access a list of various options
and settings for your application.
Create a world clock
1. In Menu mode, select Tools  World Clock.
using tools and applications
Available games may vary, depending on your
region or service provider. Game controls and
options may vary.
2. Select Add.
3. Scroll left or right to a time zone.
4. To set daylight saving time, select
.
5. Select Add to create your world clock.
6. To add more world clocks, repeat steps 2-5
above.
Add a world clock to your display
With the dual clock widget, you can view clocks with
two different time zones on your display.
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After you have created one or more world clocks
(see above), to select a world clock for the widget,
1. In Menu mode, select Tools  World Clock.
2. Scroll to the world clock you want to add and
select More  Set as 2nd Clock.
4. Select Save.
The auto power-up feature sets the phone to
automatically turn on and sound the alarm at
the designated time if the phone is turned off.
Stop an alarm
using tools and applications
Set and use alarms
When the alarm sounds,
Learn to set and control alarms for important events.
• Select OK to stop the alarm without snooze.
• Select Snooze to silence the alarm for the snooze
period.
Set a new alarm
1. In Menu mode, select Tools  Alarms.
2. Select Create.
3. Set alarm details.
Deactivate an alarm
1. In Menu mode, select Tools  Alarms.
2. Select the alarm you want to deactivate and
select Off under Alarm.
3. Select Save.
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Use the calculator
Set a countdown timer
1. In Menu mode, select Tools  Calculator.
1. In Menu mode, select Tools  Timer.
2. Use the keys that correspond to the calculator
display to perform basic mathematical
operations.
2. Select Set.
1. In Menu mode, select Tools  Converter  a
conversion type.
2. Select units and enter the currencies or
measurements in the appropriate fields.
4. Select Play to begin the countdown, Pause to
temporarily stop the count.
5. When the timer expires, select OK to stop the
alert.
Use the stopwatch
1. In Menu mode, select Tools  Stop Watch.
2. Select Start to begin and record lap times.
3. Select Lap to record lap times.
4. When you are finished, select Stop.
5. Select Reset to clear recorded times.
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using tools and applications
Convert currencies or
measurements
3. Enter the length of time to count down and select
Done.
Create a new task
Manage your calendar
1. In Menu mode, select Tools  Tasks.
Learn to change the calendar view and create
events.
2. Select Create.
3. Enter the details of the task and select Save.
using tools and applications
Create a text memo
Change the calendar view
1. In Menu mode, select Tools  Calendar.
2. Select View by  Day or Week.
1. In Menu mode, select Tools  Memo.
2. Select Create.
Create an event
3. Enter your memo text and select Done.
1. In Menu mode, select Tools  Calendar.
2. Select Create  an event type.
3. Enter the details of the event as required and
select Save.
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View events
To view events for a specific date,
1. In Menu mode, select Tools  Calendar.
2. Select a date on the calendar and select again to
open the event list.
using tools and applications
3. Select an event to view its details.
To view events by event types,
1. In Menu mode, select Tools  Calendar.
2. Select More  Event list  an event type.
3. Select an event to view its details.
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troubleshooting
If you are having trouble with your mobile phone, try these troubleshooting procedures before contacting a service
professional.
When you turn on your phone or while you are
using the phone, it prompts you to enter one of
the following codes:
Code
Password
PIN
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Try this to solve the problem:
When the phone lock feature is enabled,
you must enter the password you set for
the phone.
When using the phone for the first time or
when the PIN requirement is enabled, you
must enter the PIN supplied with the SIM
card. You can disable this feature by using
the Check PIN Code menu.
Code
PUK
PIN2
Try this to solve the problem:
Your SIM card is blocked, usually as a
result of entering your PIN incorrectly
several times. You must enter the PUK
supplied by your service provider.
When you access a menu requiring the
PIN2, you must enter the PIN2 supplied
with the SIM card. For details, contact
your service provider.
The phone prompts you to insert the SIM card.
Another caller cannot reach you.
Ensure that the SIM card is installed correctly.
• Ensure that your phone is turned on.
• Ensure that you have accessed the right cellular
network.
• Ensure that you have not set call barring for the
phone number.
Your phone displays “No networks found” or
“Network error.”
You enter a number, but the call is not dialled.
• Ensure that you have pressed the Dial key: [
].
• Ensure that you have accessed the right cellular
network.
• Ensure that you have not set call barring for the
phone number.
Another caller cannot hear you speaking.
• Ensure that you are not covering the built-in
microphone.
• Ensure that the microphone is close to your
mouth.
• If using a headset, ensure that it is properly
connected.
troubleshooting
• When you are in areas with weak signals or poor
reception, you may lose reception. Move to
another area and try again.
• You cannot access some options without a
subscription. Contact your service provider for
more details.
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The phone beeps and the battery icon flashes.
Your battery is low. Recharge or replace the battery to
continue using the phone.
The audio quality of the call is poor.
troubleshooting
• Ensure that you are not blocking the phone’s
internal antenna.
• When you are in areas with weak signals or poor
reception, you may lose reception. Move to
another area and try again.
You select a contact to call, but the call is not
dialled.
• Ensure that the correct number is stored in the
contact list.
• Re-enter and save the number, if necessary.
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The battery does not charge properly or
sometimes the phone turns itself off.
• The battery terminals may be dirty. Wipe both
gold-coloured contacts with a clean, soft cloth
and try charging the battery again.
• If the battery will no longer charge completely,
dispose of the old battery properly and replace it
with a new battery.
Your phone is hot to the touch.
When you use applications that require more power,
your phone may heat up.
This is normal and should not affect your phone’s
lifespan or performance.
safety and
usage
information
Comply with the following precautions to avoid
dangerous or illegal situations and ensure peak
performance of your mobile device.
Safety warnings
Keep phone from children and pets
Keep your phone and all accessories out of the
reach of small children or animals. Small parts may
cause choking or serious injury if swallowed.
Children could also damage the phone, dial 911 by
mistake or make calls that increase your phone bill.
Protect your hearing
Excessive exposure to sound at high
volume can cause hearing damage.
Always turn the volume down before
plugging in the earphones and use only
the minimum volume setting necessary to
hear your conversation or music.
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Install mobile devices and equipment
with caution
safety and usage information
Ensure that any mobile devices or related equipment
installed in your vehicle are securely mounted. Avoid
placing your device and accessories near or in an air
bag deployment area. Improperly installed wireless
equipment can cause serious injury when air bags
inflate rapidly.
Handle and dispose of batteries and
chargers with care
• Use only Samsung-approved batteries and
chargers specifically designed for your device.
Incompatible batteries and chargers can cause
serious injuries or damage to your device.
• Never dispose of batteries or devices in a fire.
Follow all local regulations when disposing used
batteries or devices.
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• Never place batteries or devices on or in heating
devices, such as microwave ovens, stoves, or
radiators. Batteries may explode when
overheated.
• Never crush or puncture the battery. Avoid
exposing the battery to high external pressure,
which can lead to an internal short circuit and
overheating.
Avoid interference with pacemakers
Maintain a minimum of 15 cm (6 inches) between
mobile devices and pacemakers to avoid potential
interference, as recommended by manufacturers
and the independent research group, Wireless
Technology Research. If you have any reason to
suspect that your device is interfering with a
pacemaker or other medical device, turn off the
device immediately and contact the manufacturer of
the pacemaker or medical device for guidance.
Turn off the device in potentially
explosive environments
Safety precautions
Drive safely at all times
Avoid using your device while driving and obey all
regulations that restrict the use of mobile devices
while driving. Use hands-free accessories to
increase your safety when possible.
Follow all safety warnings and
regulations
Do not use the device if the screen is
cracked or broken
Comply with any regulations that restrict the use of a
mobile device in a certain area.
Broken glass or acrylic could cause injury to your
hand and face. Bring the device to a Samsung
service centre to replace the screen. Damage
caused by careless handling will void your
manufacturer’s warranty.
Use only Samsung-approved
accessories
Using incompatible accessories may damage your
device or cause injury.
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safety and usage information
Do not use your device at refuelling points (service
stations) or near fuels or chemicals. Turn off your
device whenever directed by warning signs or
instructions. Your device could cause explosions or
fire in and around fuel or chemical storage and
transfer areas or blasting areas. Do not store or carry
flammable liquids, gases, or explosive materials in
the same compartment as the device, its parts, or
accessories.
Turn off the device near medical
equipment
safety and usage information
Your device can interfere with medical equipment in
hospitals or health care facilities. Follow all
regulations, posted warnings, and directions from
medical personnel.
Turn off the device or disable the
wireless functions when in an aircraft
Your device can cause interference with aircraft
equipment. Follow all airline regulations and turn off
your device or switch to a mode that disables the
wireless functions when directed by airline
personnel.
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Avoid interference with other electronic
devices
Your device emits radio frequency (RF) signals that
may interfere with unshielded or improperly shielded
electronic equipment, such as pacemakers, hearing
aids, medical devices, and other electronic devices
in homes or vehicles. Consult the manufacturers of
your electronic devices to solve any interference
problems you experience.
Protect batteries and chargers from
damage
• Avoid exposing batteries to very cold or very hot
temperatures (below 0° C/32° F or above 45° C/
113° F). Extreme temperatures can reduce the
charging capacity and life of your batteries.
• Prevent batteries from contacting metal objects,
as this can create a connection between the +
and - terminals of your batteries and lead to
temporary or permanent battery damage.
• Never use a damaged charger or battery.
• Do not disassemble your device due to a risk of
electric shock.
• Do not allow your device to get wet—liquids can
cause serious damage and will change the colour
of the label that indicates water damage inside the
device. Do not handle your device with wet
hands. Water damage to your device can void
your manufacturer’s warranty.
• Avoid using or storing your device in dusty, dirty
areas to prevent damage to moving parts.
• Your device is a complex electronic device—
protect it from impacts and rough handling to
avoid serious damage.
Reduce the risk of repetitive motion
injuries
While using your device, hold the device with a
relaxed grip, press the keys lightly, use special
features that reduce the number of keys you have to
press (such as templates and predictive text), and
take frequent breaks.
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safety and usage information
Handle your device carefully and
sensibly
• Do not paint your device, as paint can clog
moving parts and prevent proper operation.
• Your device may be damaged by exposure to
magnetic fields. Do not use carrying cases or
accessories with magnetic closures or allow your
device to come in contact with magnetic fields for
extended periods of time.
Important usage information
Signal Strength
safety and usage information
The quality of each call you make or receive
depends on the signal strength in your area. Your
phone informs you of the current signal strength by
displaying a number of bars next to the signal
strength icon. The more bars displayed, the stronger
the signal. If you’re inside a building, being near a
window may give you better reception.
Understanding How Your Phone
Operates
Your phone is basically a radio transmitter and
receiver. When it’s turned on, it receives and
transmits radio frequency (RF) signals. When you
use your phone, the system handling your call
controls the power level. This power can range from
0.006 watts to 0.2 watts.
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Allow only qualified personnel to service
your device
Allowing unqualified personnel to service your device
may result in damage to your device and will void
your warranty.
Ensure maximum battery and charger
life
• Avoid charging batteries for more than a week, as
overcharging may shorten battery life.
• Over time, unused batteries will discharge and
must be recharged before use.
• Disconnect chargers from power sources when
not in use.
• Use batteries only for their intended purpose.
Handle SIM cards and memory cards
with care
Emergency calls from your device may not be
possible in some areas or circumstances. Before
travelling in remote or undeveloped areas, plan an
alternate method of contacting emergency services
personnel.
Correct disposal of this product
The product and its electronic accessories (e.g.,
charger, headset, USB cable) should not be
disposed of with other household waste at the end
of their working life. To prevent possible harm to the
environment or human health from uncontrolled
waste disposal, please separate these items from
other types of waste and recycle them responsibly to
promote the sustainable reuse of material resources.
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safety and usage information
• Do not remove a card while the device is
transferring or accessing information, as this
could result in loss of data and/or damage to the
card or device.
• Protect cards from strong shocks, static
electricity, and electrical noise from other devices.
• Frequent writing and erasing will shorten the life
span of memory cards.
• Do not touch gold-coloured contacts or terminals
with your fingers or metal objects. If dirty, wipe the
card with a soft cloth.
Ensure access to emergency services
Correct disposal of batteries in this
product
safety and usage information
The batteries in this product should not be disposed
of with other household waste at the end of their
working life.
Where marked, the chemical symbols Hg, Cd or Pb
indicate that the battery contains mercury, cadmium
or lead above reference levels. If batteries are not
properly disposed of, these substances can cause
harm to human health or the environment.
To protect natural resources and to promote material
reuse, please separate batteries from other types of
waste and recycle them through your local, free
battery return system.
This device is compliant with RoHS.
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Radio frequency safety
The design of your phone complies with updated
NCRP standards described below. In 1991-92, the
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
and the American National Standards Institute (ANSI)
joined in updating ANSI’s 1982 standard for safety
levels with respect to human exposure to RF signals.
More than 120 scientists, engineers and physicians
from universities, government health agencies and
industries developed this updated standard after
reviewing the available body of research. In 1993,
the Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
adopted this updated standard in a regulation. In
August 1996, the FCC adopted hybrid standard
consisting of the existing ANSI/IEEE standard and
the guidelines published by the National Council of
Radiation Protection and Measurements (NCRP).
• Increase the separation between the equipment
and receiver.
This equipment has been tested and found to
comply with the limits of 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:
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit
different from that to which the receiver is connected.
• Reorient / relocate the receiving antenna.
Consult your dealer or an experienced radio/TV
technician for help.
Specific Absorption Rates (SAR)
The SAR is a value that corresponds to the relative
amount of RF energy absorbed in the head of a user
of a wireless handset.
The SAR value of a phone is the result of an
extensive testing, measuring and calculation
process. It does not represent how much RF the
phone emits. All phone models are tested at their
highest value in strict laboratory settings. But when in
operation, the SAR of a phone can be substantially
less than the level reported to the FCC. This is
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Acknowledging special precautions and
Industry Canada notice
safety and usage information
because of a variety of factors including its proximity
to a base station antenna, phone design and other
factors. What is important to remember is that each
phone meets strict federal guidelines. Variations in
SARs do not represent a variation in safety.
Owner’s record
All phones must meet the federal standard, which
incorporates a substantial margin of safety. SAR
values at or below the federal standard of 1.6 W/kg
are considered safe for use by the public.
Record the serial number in the space provided
below. This will be helpful if you need to contact us
about your phone in the future.
Maximum measured SAR values for the B3410R
are:
Serial No.:
GSM 850
Head: 0.27 W/kg
Body: 0.96 W/kg
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PCS 1900
Head: 0.35 W/kg
Body: 0.56 W/kg
The model number, regulatory number and serial
number are located on a nameplate inside the
battery compartment.
Model: GT-B3410R
Standard Limited Warranty
warranty
information
What is Covered and For How Long? SAMSUNG
Electronics Canada Inc. (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
the date of purchase and continuing for the following
specified period of time after that date:
Phone
1 Year
Batteries
1 Year
Leather Case
90 Days
Holster
90 Days
Other Phone Accessories
1 Year
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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.
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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
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
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 NO WARRANTY OR REPRESENTATION
AND THERE 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
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Product and the sellers’ name and address. To
obtain assistance on where to deliver the Product,
call Samsung Customer Care at 1-800-SAMSUNG.
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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REQUIREMENTS OF ANY LAW, RULE,
SPECIFICATION OR CONTRACT PERTAINING
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MANUAL SHALL BE CONSTRUED TO CREATE AN
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HEREBY LIMITED TO THE SAME DURATION OF
TIME AS THE EXPRESS WRITTEN WARRANTY
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LIMITATION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. IN
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ANY DAMAGES OF ANY KIND RESULTING FROM
THE PURCHASE, USE, OR MISUSE OF, OR
INABILITY TO USE THE PRODUCT OR ARISING
DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY FROM THE USE OR
LOSS OF USE OF THE PRODUCT OR FROM THE
BREACH OF THE EXPRESS WARRANTY,
INCLUDING INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL,
CONSEQUENTIAL OR SIMILAR DAMAGES, OR
LOSS OF ANTICIPATED PROFITS OR BENEFITS,
OR FOR DAMAGES ARISING FROM ANY TORT
(INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR GROSS
NEGLIGENCE) OR FAULT COMMITTED BY
SAMSUNG, ITS AGENTS OR EMPLOYEES, OR
FOR ANY BREACH OF CONTRACT OR FOR ANY
CLAIM BROUGHT AGAINST PURCHASER BY ANY
OTHER PARTY. SOME STATES/PROVINCES DO
NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF
INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, SO
THE ABOVE LIMITATION OR EXCLUSION MAY NOT
APPLY TO YOU.
THE PARTIES UNDERSTAND THAT THE
PURCHASER MAY USE THIRD-PARTY SOFTWARE
OR EQUIPMENT IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE
PRODUCT. SAMSUNG MAKES NO WARRANTIES
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OR OTHERWISE, AS TO THE QUALITY,
CAPABILITIES, OPERATIONS, PERFORMANCE OR
SUITABILITY OF ANY THIRD-PARTY SOFTWARE
OR EQUIPMENT, WHETHER SUCH THIRD-PARTY
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OTHERWISE, INCLUDING THE ABILITY TO
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SOFTWARE OR EQUIPMENT, AS THE CASE MAY
BE.
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RIGHTS, WHICH VARY FROM STATE TO STATE/
PROVINCE TO PROVINCE. THIS LIMITED
WARRANTY SHALL NOT EXTEND TO ANYONE
OTHER THAN THE ORIGINAL PURCHASER OF
THIS PRODUCT AND STATES PURCHASER’S
EXCLUSIVE REMEDY. IF ANY PORTION OF THIS
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UNENFORCEABLE BY REASON OF ANY LAW,
SUCH PARTIAL ILLEGALITY OR
UNENFORCEABILITY SHALL NOT AFFECT THE
ENFORCEABILITY FOR THE REMAINDER OF THIS
LIMITED WARRANTY WHICH PURCHASER
ACKNOWLEDGES IS AND WILL ALWAYS BE
CONSTRUED TO BE LIMITED BY ITS TERMS OR
AS LIMITED AS THE LAW PERMITS.
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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
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SAMSUNG. Accordingly, additional statements such
as dealer advertising or presentation, whether oral or
written, do not constitute warranties by SAMSUNG
and should not be relied upon.
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index
airplane mode, 14
alarms
creating, 46
deactivating, 46
stopping, 46
battery
charging, 10
installing, 8
low battery indicator, 11
Bluetooth
activating, 40
receiving data, 41
remote SIM mode, 41
sending data, 41
browser
see web browser
business card 32
calculator
see tools, calculator
calendar
see tools, calendar
calls
advanced functions, 29
answering additional calls, 30
answering, 20
basic functions, 20
dialling additional calls, 30
dialling missed calls, 29
from the phonebook, 31
international numbers, 31
making fake calls, 42
making, 20
multiparty, 30
placing on hold, 30
recently dialed, 29
rejecting, 31
retrieving held calls, 30
viewing missed, 29
Communities 44
conference calls
see calls, multiparty
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contacts
adding, 23
creating groups, 32
finding, 23
converter
see tools, converter
countdown timer
see tools, countdown timer
index
fake calls
see calls, making fake calls
FM radio
listening to, 26
recording songs, 38
storing stations, 38
headset 20
images
printing, 43
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internet
see web browser
Java
accessing applications, 45
downloading applications, 44
launching games, 45
key tones 18
viewing text, 22
multimedia
see messages
music player
creating playlists, 37
customising, 37
listening to music, 27
lock
see phone lock
phone lock 19
memo
see text or voice memos
photos
advanced capturing, 34
capturing, 24
viewing, 24
memory card 11
messages
sending email, 21
sending picture 21
viewing email, 23
viewing multimedia, 22
radio
see FM radio
ringtone 18
silent profile 18
SIM card 8
stopwatch
see tools, stopwatch
task
see tools, task
text
creating memos, 48
entering, 21
messages, 21
timer
see tools, countdown timer
tools
alarm, 46
calculator, 47
widgets 16
world clock
creating, 45
setting dual display, 45
videos
capturing, 25
viewing, 25
index
templates
inserting, 33
multimedia, 33
text, 33
calendar, 48
converter, 47
countdown timer, 47
stopwatch, 47
task, 48
voice memos
playing, 43
recording, 43
volume
call volume, 20
key tone volume, 18
wallpaper 19
web browser
adding bookmarks, 28
launching homepage, 28
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