YP-R1
MP3 Player
user manual
imagine the possibilities
Thank you for purchasing this Samsung
product. To receive a more complete
service, please register your product at
www.samsung.com/register
Using this manual
• Some of the contents in this manual may differ from your
MP3 player depending on the firmware installed. Some
of the contents may be changed without prior notice.
• To view the special features of your MP3 player, see
"Special features of your MP3 player."
• To view troubleshooting, see "Troubleshooting."
Icons used in this manual
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< >
Description
Note
Notes, usage tips, or additional information
Caution
Safety warnings and precautions
Menu names or text on the screen ;
for example: <Yes>
1
Safety
information
This manual describes how
to properly use your new
MP3 player. Read it carefully
to avoid damaging the player
and injuring yourself. Pay
particular attention to the
following serious warnings.
PROTECT YOURSELF
• Do not disassemble, repair, or modify this product on your own.
• Do not get the product wet or drop it in water. If the product gets wet, do not
switch it on because you could get an electric shock.
• Do not use the product during a thunderstorm, as it may cause malfunction or
a risk of electric shock.
• Do not use the earphones while you are driving a bicycle, automobile or
motorcycle.
It can cause a serious accident, and furthermore, is prohibited by law in some
areas.
Using the earphones while walking or jogging on a road, in particular, on a
crosswalk can lead to a serious accident.
• For your safety, make sure the earphone cable does not get in the way of your
arm or other surrounding objects while you are taking exercise or a walk.
• Do not place the product in damp, dusty, or sooty areas because these
environments could lead to fire or electric shock.
• Do not use the product if the screen is cracked or broken. Broken glass
or acrylic could cause injury to your hand or face. Bring the product to a
Samsung service center to replace the screen. Damage caused by careless
handling will void the warranty.
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Safety information
PROTECT YOURSELF
• Using earphones or headphones for an extended
time may cause serious damage to your hearing.
If you are exposed to sound louder than 85db
for an extended time, you may adversely affect
your hearing. The louder the sound is, the more
seriously damaged your hearing may be (an
ordinary conversation is between 50 to 60 db and
road noise is approximately 80 db).
You are strongly advised to set the volume level to
medium (the medium level is usually less than 2/3
of the maximum).
• If you feel a ringing in the ear(s), lower the volume
or stop using the earphones or headphones.
• Battery shall not be exposed to excessive heat
such as sunshine, fire or the like.
PROTECT YOUR MP3 PLAYER
• Do not leave the player in temperatures above
35° C (95° F), such as a sauna or a parked car.
• Do not cause excessive impact on the player by
dropping it.
• Do not place heavy objects on top of the player.
• Prevent any foreign particles or dust from entering
into the product.
• Do not place the product near magnetic objects.
• Be sure to backup important data. Samsung is not
responsible for data loss.
• Use only accessories provided by or approved by
Samsung.
• Do not spray water on the product. Never clean
the product with chemical substances such as
benzene or thinner, as it may cause fire, electric
shock or deteriorate the surface.
• Failure to follow these instructions may lead to
physical injuries or damage to the player.
• When printing this user manual, we recommend
that you print in color and check “Fit to Page” in the
print option for better viewing.
Special features of your MP3 player
Listen to true threedimensional sound with
the Samsung Digital
Natural Sound engine
(DNSe™)
Be a cool DJ and mix
music with your own
beats in Beat DJ
Customise your main
menu screen at your
fingertip
Add your favourite
widgets to the main menu
screen
No more complicated
buttons! Control your
player with one simple
touch
Listen to music with the
mini player while viewing
pictures or documents
Easily create Bluetooth
connections with a
single motion
Contents
6
7
8
9
11
12
14
Use basic functions
What's included
Your MP3 player
Charge the battery
Turn your player on and lock the
touch screen
Use the touch screen
Use the main menu screens
15
15
16
Change the menu style
Select a wallpaper
Organise your favourite menus
18
Use widgets
18
19
Add widgets to a main menu screen
Widget list
21
22
23
Use the quick tray and menu tray
Use the mini player
Enter text
23
24
Enter text using the virtual keyboard
Enter text with the smart finger feature
25
Connect your player to a TV
26
Manage media files
27
Download media files
28
29
30
Supported file formats and PC
requirements
Download files with EmoDio
Download files using your player as a
removable disk
Disconnect your player from a PC
31
32
Search for files
Delete files
27
33
34
Play video and music
Video
34
37
Play video files
Use the video options
38
Music
38
42
42
44
Listen to music
Search for a music file
Create playlists
Use the music options
45
Beat DJ
Contents
48
49
Use additional
applications
Pictures
49
50
View pictures
Use the picture menus
51
Texts
51
53
View text files
Use the text options
54
FM Radio
54
56
56
Listen to the FM radio
Save radio stations
Use the FM radio options
57
58
59
Flash Player
Games
Bluetooth
60
61
63
64
64
Find and register other Bluetoothenabled devices
Connect Bluetooth-enabled devices
Use call functions (hands-free)
Transfer files
Use the Bluetooth options
Information for using Bluetooth
66
67
68
Datacasts
Voice REC
Address Book
59
69
70
71
71
72
72
72
75
76
77
79
81
82
Customise settings
Settings
Sound settings
Display settings
Language settings
Time settings
System settings
Appendix
Maintenance of your player
Troubleshooting
Specifications
License
Contact Samsung World Wide
Use basic functions
Learn to perform basic operations with your player.
What's included .................................................................7
Your MP3 player .................................................................8
Charge the battery .............................................................9
Turn your player on and lock the touch screen..................11
Use the touch screen .........................................................12
Use the main menu screens ..............................................14
Use widgets .......................................................................18
Use the quick tray and menu tray ......................................21
Use the mini player .............................................................22
Enter text ............................................................................23
Connect your player to a TV ..............................................25
7
What's
included
Check your product box for the following items:
MP3 player
Earphones
USB cable
Note
• The items supplied with your player may appear different from the illustrations in this
manual.
• You can obtain additional accessories from your local Samsung dealer.
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Your MP3
player
Reset hole
If your player is frozen
or unresponsive, insert
a pointed object (such
as the point of a pen)
into the reset hole. The
system will be initialized.
Power/lock button
Touch screen
Accessories hook
Earphones
jack
Microphone
Volume button
(volume down)
Volume button
(volume up)
USB connection port
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Charge the
battery
Connect the large end of the USB cable (with the triangle facing up) to the
USB connection port at the bottom of your player.
Connect the small end of the USB cable to the USB port of a PC.
Charge the battery before
you use your player for the
first time or when you have
not used it for a long time.
<USB connected>
<
<
>: Charging
>: Fully charged
Caution
The rechargeable battery
incorporated in this product is not
user replaceable. For information
on its replacement, please
contact your service provider.
Charging time
About 3 hours
When the battery is fully charged, unplug the USB cable from your player
and the PC.
Use basic functions > Charge the battery
About batteries
• Charge and store the battery at 5˚ C~35˚ C (41˚ F~95˚ F).
• Do not charge the battery for more than 12 hours or leave the
battery fully discharged for a long time. Doing so may shorten
the battery life.
• Depending on how you use your player, actual battery life may
vary and may be shorter than specified.
Note
• The charging time may differ depending on your PC’s
capabilities.
• If you want to charge the battery on your laptop, make
sure that the laptop's battery is full or the laptop is plugged
into a power source.
• The player can only be charged by connecting to your
PC with the USB cable. Do not use a separate USB AC
Adapter as it may not charge the battery or allow proper
operation of the player.
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11
Turn your
player on
and lock the
touch screen
Turn your player on or off
Press and hold
to
turn your player on or off.
Note
If you do not use your player for
5 minutes, it will automatically
turn off.
Lock or unlock the touch screen
Lock the touch screen to prevent any unwanted operations while listening to music or playing
videos.
Press
to lock or
unlock the touch screen.
Note
• When the touch screen is
locked, will appear at the
top of the screen.
• You can also set your player
to lock the touch screen and
buttons. See page 72.
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Use the
touch screen
Your player’s touch screen lets you easily select items or perform functions. Tap the touch
screen using your fingertip.
Learn how to use the touch
screen and browse or
select items.
Caution
To avoid damaging the touch screen, do not press too hard with your fingertips or use pointed
objects to touch the screen.
Note
• Tap only one area of the touch screen at a time. Your player will not recognise your input
when you tap two or more areas simultaneously.
• Keep the touch screen dry. Humidity and liquids may lower the recognition of the touch
screen.
• For best results, do not use any protective films on the touch screen and do not allow
accessories to cover the touch screen.
• The touch screen may not properly recognise inputs when you tap the screen with gloves,
dirty fingers, fingernails, or sharp instruments such as ballpoint pens.
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Use basic functions > Use the touch screen
Dragging
To move an item on the screen or browse items, tap and hold
your finger on the screen and drag your finger.
Quickly drag right to
left to play the next
file during playback
To move to the next screen or flip pages, quickly drag your finger
in the desired direction.
Drag an item to
a location you want
Tapping
To select a menu or option, tap the screen once with your finger.
You can also open the quick tray or menu tray by tapping the
screen.
Drag from the bottom
to the top to scroll up
on the list
14
Use the main
menu screens
The main menu screens consist of menu icons and widget icons.
Learn to move between
the main menu screens,
change the menu style or
wallpaper, and organise
your favourite menus.
Menu icons
Widgets
Note
To return to a main menu screen while using a function, tap and hold
screen.
at the bottom of the
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Use basic functions > Use the main menu screens
Change the menu style
In the main menu, tap
screen.
at the bottom of the
Tap <Style> from the menu tray.
Tap < or > to select a style you want.
Tap <OK> to save the style.
Select a wallpaper
In the main menu, tap and hold an empty space.
Tap an image from the file list.
Tap <OK> to save the wallpaper image.
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Use basic functions > Use the main menu screens
Organise your favourite menus
Your player has three main menu screens by default. You can
add two more screens, and add menu icons that you frequently
use to a menu screen or delete them from the menu screen.
In the main menu, tap
screen.
Add a menu icon
Drag a menu icon from the menu list to a main menu screen.
at the bottom of the
Tap <Icon> from the menu tray.
Menu listt
Delete a menu icon
Drag a menu icon from a main menu screen to the menu list.
Add or delete menu icons from the menu list.
When you are finished, tap <OK>.
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Use basic functions > Use the main menu screens
Relocate a menu icon
Tap <V> to close the menu list and position the menu icon
anywhere on the screen.
Note
To move a menu icon to a new main menu screen, drag the
icon to the edge of the screen.
18
Use widgets
You can use functional and
decorative widgets.
Widgets are user friendly
shortcuts to commonly
used menus allowing you to
add to a main menu screen.
Add widgets to a main menu screen
In the main menu, tap
at the bottom of the screen.
Tap <Widget> from the menu tray.
Add or delete widgets from the widget list.
■
■
For adding or deleting widgets, see "Organise your favourite menus" on page 16.
For information about widgets, see "Widget list" on page 19.
When you are finished, tap <OK>.
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Use basic functions > Use widgets
Widget list
Widget
Analogue
clock/
Digital clock
Function
• View the current time.
• Tap > to set the current date. Drag up or
down on each unit.
Widget
Function
• View the calendar and scheduled events.
• Drag up or down to move by month.
Drag left or right to move by year.
Drag up or
down on each
unit to set the
current time
Tap to change the clock style
Tap to view
scheduled events
for that day
Calendar
Tap to change the
calendar style
Tap to delete all
scheduled events
Note
To view scheduled events in the
calendar, download Microsoft Outlook
event files (.ics) from a PC. Event files
must be saved in <File Browser> →
<My Pack> → <Calendar>.
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Use basic functions > Use widgets
Widget
Function
View your pictures in a frame.
Widget
Tap < or > to
change the
frame style
Picture
frame
Tap to select a picture to display
Create your memos.
Memo
Tap to delete a
memo
Tap to change
the memo style
Tap to enter a memo; Use the
smart finger (See page 24)
Brightness
Adjust the brightness of the screen.
See page 71.
Sleep time
Set the sleep time. See page 72.
Function
Dual clock
View the current time in another country or city.
Battery
Check the remaining battery.
Mini player
Listen to music with the mini player.
Decoration
item
A cookie gradually crumbles.
Decoration
item
Flower petals flutter.
Decoration
item
A butterfly circles around a flower.
Decoration
item
A cup of coffee steams.
21
Use the quick
tray and
menu tray
Quick tray
The quick tray allows you to use other functions or return to a main menu screen.
Icon Function
Return to a main menu screen.
Launch the mini player. See page 22.
Rotate the screen 90° clockwise (to the right).
This icon is available on the music playback screen.
Learn to use the quick tray
and menu tray. Tap the top
of the screen to open the
quick tray. Tap the empty
space of the screen to open
the menu tray.
Search for music files. See page 42.
Turn off the screen and lock the touch screen.
See page 72.
Connect the Bluetooth stereo headset your player
was last connected to. If you connect your player
to a Bluetooth device for the first time, see "Find
and register other Bluetooth-enabled devices" on
page 59.
Menu tray
The menu tray displays options available in the current menu.
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Use the mini
player
Open the quick tray and tap
.
Listen to music with the mini player.
You can listen to music with
the mini player while viewing
pictures or text files or using
other menus which do not
have the music play feature.
Tap to close the
player screen
To
Skip to the previous file or the next file
Do this
or
Tap
Search backward or forward in a file
Tap and hold
Pause or resume playback
Tap
or
or
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Enter text
Enter text using the virtual
keyboard or with the smart
finger feature.
Enter text using the virtual keyboard
Tap an appropriate alphanumeric key until the character you want appears
on the screen.
■
If the smart finger screen appears, tap
Input field
to switch to the virtual keyboard.
Delete
Switch the text input method
(virtual keyboard ↔ smart finger)
Move the cursor to the left
Move the cursor to the right
Space
Back to the previous screen
Change the text input mode
•
: English (lowercase)
•
: English (uppercase)
•
: numbers
When you are finished, tap <OK>.
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Use basic functions > Enter text
Enter text with the smart finger
feature
With the smart finger feature, you can write characters anywhere
on the screen using your finger.
On the virtual keyboard, tap
smart finger.
to switch to the
Change the text input mode.
Write characters anywhere on the screen.
▼ When entering a keyword in the music search screen
Switch the text input method
(virtual keyboard ↔ smart finger)
Change the text input mode
•
: English (lowercase or
uppercase)
•
: numbers
Back to the previous screen
Delete
Move the
cursor to
the left
Move the cursor
to the right
When you are finished, tap <OK>.
25
Connect
your player to
a TV
You can connect your
player to a TV with an
optional TV-OUT cable and
view multimedia files, such
as pictures and videos, on
the TV screen.
Connect your player to a TV using an optional TV-OUT cable.
Video Audio
Turn on your TV and switch the TV to the appropriate external input mode.
Turn on your player and view a picture or video.
Tap
on the playback screen.
Tap <TV Out> from the option list.
Tap <Yes> from the pop-up window.
■
The TV screen displays the picture or video you are viewing on your player.
Control playback using the menu tray of your player.
■
Tap
to end the connection with the TV.
Note
• Some features of your player may not be available when your player is connected to a TV.
• Some TVs may not be compatible with your player.
Manage media files
Download media files to your player, and search for or delete files
stored in your player.
Download media files .........................................................27
Search for files ....................................................................31
Delete files ..........................................................................32
27
Download
media files
Download media files from
a PC to your player.
Supported file formats and PC requirements
Supported file formats
Menu
Caution
To avoid damage to your player
and corruption of your files, do
not disconnect the USB cable
while files are being transferred.
File formats
Music
MP3, WMA, Ogg, AAC, FLAC, etc.
Videos
AVI, WMV, etc.
Picture
JPG, BMP, etc.
Texts
TXT
Flash Player
SWF
Recommended PC requirements
CPU
Pentium 500 MHz or later
Operating System
Windows 2000/XP/Vista
• Resolution 1024 X 768 or higher
• Microsoft DirectX 9.0 or later
• Internet Explorer 6.0 or later
Others
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Manage media files > Download media files
Download files with EmoDio
You can easily download various media files with EmoDio.
Note
Note
• For information about installing EmoDio on a PC, refer to
the Quick Start Guide supplied with your player.
• EmoDio will be regularly upgraded for peak performance.
Some features of EmoDio may change without prior
notice.
Connect your player to a PC using the USB cable.
■
EmoDio launches automatically on your PC.
Click <My PC> on the main screen of EmoDio.
Click <Add Folder> or <Add File> at the bottom of
the screen.
Select a folder or file you want.
■
The list of the files stored in your PC appears.
Select a file you want and click
■
.
The selected file is copied to your player.
• You cannot use your player when connected to a PC.
• If you connect your player to a PC when the player's
battery is low, the battery will be charged for a few minutes
before your player will be connected to the PC.
• If you connect your player to a PC via a USB hub, the PC
may not recognize your player. Connect your player directly
into the USB port of a PC.
• When you format your player on a PC, use the FAT32
system. In Windows Vista, click <Restore device defaults>
and then format your player.
• Music recognition technology and related data are
provided by Gracenote® and Gracenote CDDB® Music
Recognition ServiceSM.
• CDDB is a registered trademark of Gracenote. The
Gracenote logo and logotype, the Gracenote CDDB logo
and logotype, and the “Powered by Gracenote CDDB”
logo are trademarks of Gracenote. Music Recognition
Service and MRS are service marks of Gracenote.
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Manage media files > Download media files
Download files using your
player as a removable disk
Connect your player to a PC using the USB cable.
On your PC, open <My Computer> and
then the <R1> folder.
Select a folder you want.
Note
• The order of files on your PC will differ from the order of
files on your player.
• Your player restricts playback of files protected by a DRM
(Digital Rights Management) system.
Copy files on the PC to your player.
What is DRM?
Digital Rights Management (DRM) is a technology and service
to prevent illegal copies of the digital contents and protect the
profit and rights of copyright holders or content producers.
Manage media files > Download media files
Disconnect your player from a
PC
Carefully follow the steps below when disconnecting your player
from a PC to avoid data loss or damage to your player.
Click
on the Windows taskbar.
Click the pop-up message.
Click on the window which informs that your
player is safely disconnected.
Unplug the USB cable from your player and the
PC.
Caution
• To avoid damage to your player and corruption of your
files, do not disconnect the USB cable while files are being
transferred.
• Do not disconnect your player when playing files stored
in your player on a PC. Make sure that you stop playback
and then disconnect your player from a PC.
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31
Search for
files
Search for files in folders
and play them in your
player.
In the main menu, tap
.
Tap a folder from the list.
Drag up or down to scroll through the file list.
■
If the file name is long, tap and hold the file name area to view the full name.
Tap a file you want.
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Delete files
You can delete unwanted
files from your player.
To delete video files, for example:
In the main menu, tap
Tap
.
at the bottom of the screen.
Tap <Delete> from the option list.
Tap files to delete and tap <OK>.
■
■
appears next to the selected files.
Tap
to delete all files.
Tap <Yes> to confirm.
Note
You can also tap
and then select files if the trash icon is available.
Play video and music
Transfer music and video files to your player using the EmoDio
program or a removable disk, and then play high-quality video
files and listen to music in excellent 3D surround sound. Also, mix
music files like a disc jockey using Beat DJ.
Video ..................................................................................34
Music ..................................................................................38
Beat DJ ..............................................................................45
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Video
Play video files on your
player.
To download files, see
"Download media files."
Play video files
In the main menu, tap
.
Tap a video file from the list.
■
Drag up or down to scroll through the list and select a video file to play.
Note
To change the view mode to the thumbnail view, tap
and then <Change View Type>.
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Play video and music > Video
Control playback using the following buttons. See
"Video playback screen."
Volume up
Volume down
Back to the previous menu
Back to the main menu (tap and hold)
To
Skip to the previous file or
the next file
Search backward or
forward in a file
Pause or resume playback
Do this
Tap
or
Tap and hold
Tap
or
or
Note
• When you download unsupported files to your player with
EmoDio, EmoDio will automatically convert the file formats
so you can play them in your player.
• You can play subtitle files (.smi) with video files on your
player. Subtitle files must be saved with video files to play
in the same folder and the file name must be the same as
the video file.
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Play video and music > Video
Video playback screen
1
2
3
Play a video from a chapter
5
4
Tap and hold the screen during video playback. Your player will
split the video file into 15 chapters and capture still images from
each clip. When you select one of the still images, the video will
begin playback from that point.
6
No. Description
1
Current sound effect
2
Playing status
3
File name
Playing progress bar ; is a bookmark that helps you mark a
point within a video
Elapsed playing time / Total playing time
Menu tray
- <B.MARK>: Open the bookmark options
- : Open the video options
4
5
6
Tap to return to the
previous screen
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Play video and music > Video
Use the video options
Insert a bookmark
You can insert a bookmark at the point you want and go to the
bookmark to play from that point.
Tap the video playback screen.
Tap
from the menu tray.
Select an option you want.
During video playback, tap the screen at the point
you want to bookmark.
Option
DNSe
Tap <B.MARK> from the menu tray and tap <Add
Bookmark>.
Mosaic
Search
■
A bookmark is inserted to the progress bar.
Note
• You can insert one bookmark per video file.
• The point at which you insert a bookmark within a video file
may not exactly match the bookmarked point.
• To go to a bookmark, tap <B.MARK> and then <Go to
Bookmark>. To delete a bookmark, tap <B.MARK> and
then <Delete Bookmark>.
Display
Description
Select appropriate sound effects for videos.
Divide a video file into 15 chapters. You can
select one of the chapters and start playback
from that chapter.
Adjust the frame size and the brightness of
the screen.
Note
You cannot adjust the frame size for
some video files.
TV Out
Horizontal
Stroke
Set to view videos on the TV screen.
See "Connect your player to a TV" on page 25.
Set the interval when you drag left or right
quickly during video playback.
- <1 File>: Move between previous and next files.
- <Seek>: Change the playback speed
(x1 → x2 → x4 → x8).
- <30sec Skip>: Skip 30 seconds.
- <1min Skip>: Skip 1 minute.
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Music
Play music files stored in
your player.
To download files, see
"Download media files."
Listen to music
Music files are categorized in folders by type. You can easily find a music file you want.
Music category Function
Artists*
Display files by artist.
Albums*
Genres*
Display files by album.
Display files by file name (in the order of special characters, numbers, and
alphabets).
Display files by genre.
Playlists
Display playlists you created.
Songs*
Note
If the file library is updated, your
player will clear the list of files
displayed in <Recently Added>
and <Most Played (50)>.
Recently Added Display files you recently downloaded.
Most Played (50) Display files you play most often (up to 50 files).
Recorded Files
Display files recorded in <FM Radio> or <Voice REC>.
Music Browser
Display all files in the Music folder.
Unknown
Display files that have no track information (ID3 tag).
* In these music categories, files are sorted by track information (ID3 tag). Files that have no track information
appear as unknown.
What is ID3 Tag?
ID3 tag is a metadata container attached to MP3 files. It includes information for the music,
such as the title, artist, album, or track number, which can be displayed on a music player’s
screen during playback.
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Play video and music > Music
Play music files
In the main menu, tap
.
Control playback by using the buttons.
See "Music playback screen."
Tap a music category.
■
Volume up
To play the file you last played, tap <Now Playing>.
Tap an artist, album, genre, or playlist if you
selected <Artists>, <Albums>, <Genres>, or
<Playlists>.
Volume down
Tap a file to play.
■
Drag up or down to scroll through the list and select a
file to play.
Back to the file list
To
Skip to the previous or next file
Do this
or
Tap
Search backward or forward
Tap and hold
Pause or resume playback
Tap
or
or
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Play video and music > Music
Music playback screen
Repeat a section of a track
You can select a section of a track to repeat.
1
2
5
3
6
7
8
9
4
Tap <A ↔ B> at the beginning of the section you
want to repeat.
■
Tap <A ↔ B> at the end of the section you want
to repeat.
■
No. Description
1
Playing status
2
4
Track number / Total number of tracks
• Playback image
• If an album image displays, tap and hold it to view the
album information
Current sound effect
5
Song title, artist, album title
6
Repeat mode
7
Playing progress bar
8
Playing time
Menu tray
- <A ↔ B>: Repeat a section of a track
- : Opens the music options
3
9
<A →> displays at the right center of the section.
<A ↔ B> displays at the right center of the section. Your
player repeats the marked section.
To cancel repeating, tap <A ↔ B> again.
Note
You cannot repeat a section of a track less than 3 seconds.
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Play video and music > Music
Apply a sound effect (DNSe)
Tap the music playback screen.
Tap
from the menu tray.
View album information
If an ID3 tag contains album information, such as a cover image,
you can view the album image and tracks included in the album.
Tap <DNSe>.
From the music playback screen, tap and hold the
screen.
Tap a sound effect you want.
View the album image and tracks.
■
■
If you tap <Auto>, your player will search the track
information (ID3 tag) and automatically select an
appropriate effect.
To select your own equaliser, tap <myDNSe 1> or
<myDNSe 2>. See "myDNSe" on page 71.
What is DNSe?
Digital Natural Sound Engine (DNSe) is a group of sound
effects for MP3 players, developed by Samsung. It provides
various sound settings to enhance the music you are listening
to.
■
■
■
To view other albums, drag left or right.
To play music from the album, tap a music file you want.
To browse files, drag up or down.
Indicate the music
file now playing
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Play video and music > Music
Search for a music file
Create playlists
You can search for music files by entering keywords.
There is one default playlist and you can create up to 3 playlists.
Open the quick tray and then tap
.
Tap a search option you want.
Option
Artists
Description
Search by artist name
Albums
Search by album name
Songs
Search by song tiltle
Enter a keyword on the search field.
If you selected <Artists> or <Albums>, tap an
artist or album name.
Tap a music file you want from the search list.
Note
You cannot search for music files with no track information
(ID3 tag).
Create a playlist
In the main menu, tap
.
Tap <Playlists>.
Tap
at the bottom of the screen and tap
<Add New Playlist>.
Enter a name for your new playlist and tap <OK>.
Note
To rename a playlist, tap <Rename> from the option list.
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Play video and music > Music
Add music files to a playlist
From the file list, tap
Delete music files from a playlist
.
From the file list, tap <Playlists>.
Tap <Add to Playlist>.
Tap a playlist that has files you want to delete.
Tap files you want to add to a playlist.
Tap
at the bottom of the screen and then tap
<Delete from Playlist>.
■
■
appears next to the selected files.
To select all files, tap .
Tap files you want to delete.
■
■
appears next to the selected files.
To select all files, tap .
Tap <OK>.
Tap <Yes> from the pop-up window.
Tap <OK>.
Tap a playlist to add the files.
■
To create a new playlist, tap <Add New Playlist>.
Note
• To add all files of an artist, album, or genre at once, tap
from the list of artists, albums, or genres and then tap
<Add to Playlist>.
• To add the currently playing file to a playlist, tap and
then <Add to Playlist>.
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Play video and music > Music
Use the music options
Tap the music playback screen.
Tap
Option
from the menu tray.
Customise the following options.
Option
DNSe
Description
Select appropriate sound effects for music.
Play Mode
Change the repeat mode.
Horizontal
Stroke
Change the image that displays during music
playback.
Music Play
Screen
Add to Playlist
Note
Some files may not skip at the interval
you selected.
Note
Your player supports less than 2 MB
of cover images.
Add the currently playing music file to the
playlist.
Description
Set the interval when you drag left or right
quickly during music playback.
- <1 Song>: Move between previous and
next files.
- <10sec Skip>: Skip 10 seconds.
- <30sec Skip>: Skip 30 seconds.
- <1min Skip>: Skip 1 minute.
Play Speed
Change the playback speed.
Note
You cannot select a sound effect and change the
playback speed if you are playing a music file in Ogg
Q10 format.
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Beat DJ
Add effects to the music
with Beat DJ.
In the main menu, tap
.
Tap an album you want.
■
Rotate the wheel or drag up or down to select an album and tap <OK>.
Rotate the wheel to select a music file and tap <OK>.
Apply beat DJ effects to the music file.
Return to the music playback screen
Insert a sample sound
Rotate the wheel clockwise to skip forward or
counter-clockwise to skip backward
Pause or resume playback
Insert a scratch sound
Insert a filter effect
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Play video and music > Beat DJ
Insert a sample sound
Rotate the wheel to select a sample sound and then tap <OK>.
Tap
at the point you want to insert the sample sound.
Insert a scratch sound
Move your finger on the CD image to insert a scratch sound.
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Play video and music > Beat DJ
Insert a filter effect
Rotate the wheel to select a filter effect and then tap <OK>.
Rotate the wheel to adjust the effect level.
Note
• You can insert up to 2 filters in a music file.
• If you want to adjust the level for the applied filter effects,
return to the music playback screen and tap
at the
centre of the screen. Tap the name of the filter you want
and then rotate the wheel.
Use additional
applications
Learn how to work with your player’s additional applications.
Pictures...............................................................................49
Texts ...................................................................................51
FM Radio............................................................................54
Flash Player ........................................................................57
Games................................................................................58
Bluetooth ............................................................................59
Datacasts ...........................................................................66
Voice REC ..........................................................................67
Address Book ....................................................................68
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Pictures
View pictures stored in your
player.
To download files, see
"Download media files."
View pictures
In the main menu, tap
.
Browse pictures.
Picture with
no thumbnail
information
Folder (display
the number of
pictures saved)
Delete a picture
Start a
slideshow
Change the view mode
Tap a picture you want. The picture displays on the full screen.
View the picture.
■
Drag left or right to view other pictures.
To
Zoom in or out
Rotate
Note
If the picture size is large, it may take some time to display.
Do this
Tap
Tap
and then tap
or
Use additional applications > Pictures
Use the picture menus
Tap the picture on the full screen.
Tap
from the menu tray.
Customise the following options:
Option
Start Slideshow
Description
View pictures in a slideshow.
Slideshow Effect Select a transition effect for the slideshow.
Set a picture as a wallpaper of a main
Assign
menu screen or as an image displayed
when you turn on your player.
Set to view pictures on the TV screen. See
TV Out
"Connect your player to a TV" on page 25.
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Texts
You can use the text viewer
to view text files (.txt) stored
in your player.
To download files, see
"Download media files."
View text files
In the main menu, tap
.
Tap a text file from the list.
Note
To change the view mode, tap
and then <Change View Type>.
View the document.
■
Tap the screen to display the text information and menu tray.
To
Do this
Move to the previous • Drag left or right
or next page
• Tap < or >
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Use additional applications > Texts
Insert a bookmark
You can insert a bookmark on the page you want and go to the
bookmark to view that page of a document.
Tap the screen on the page you want to
bookmark.
Tap <B.MARK> from the menu tray and then tap
<Add Bookmark>.
■
A bookmark is inserted to the top left of the screen.
Note
• You can insert one bookmark per text file.
• To go to a bookmark, tap <B.MARK> and then <Go to
Bookmark>. To delete a bookmark, tap <B.MARK> and
then <Delete Bookmark>.
Flip pages automatically
Tap the screen.
Tap <AUTO> from the menu tray.
Tap the automatic flip time.
■
A page automatically flips to the next after the automatic
flip time you set.
Use additional applications > Texts
Use the text options
You can change settings for viewing documents in the text
viewer.
Tap the screen.
Tap
from the menu tray.
Customise the following options:
Option
Text Viewer
Type
Font Size
Description
Change the background style of the text
viewer.
Change the size of the font displayed in
your document.
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FM Radio
You can listen to and record
the FM radio, as well as
save radio stations.
Listen to the FM radio
In the main menu, tap
Tap < or > to scan the radio stations.
■
Note
.
■
Tap < or > to scroll through radio frequencies. Tap and hold < or > to scan the available
stations automatically.
You can also drag the dial to tune stations.
You must connect the earphones
to your player to listen to the FM
radio. The earphones serve as a
radio antenna.
Listen to the FM radio. See "FM radio screen."
Note
The FM radio may not tune frequencies for stations correctly
depending on the signal status of your current region.
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Use additional applications > FM Radio
FM radio screen
Record the FM radio
Tap
1
to record the FM radio.
Tap <Yes> from the pop-up window.
3
2
■
Tap
Tap
■
4
5
No. Description
1
Frequency scale
Frequency for the current station
- Tap < or > to scroll through radio frequencies
2
- Tap and hold < or > to tune available radio stations
automatically
Tuning dial
3
- Drag the dial to tune stations
Radio mode
4
- <Preset>: Preset mode
- <Manual>: Manual mode
Menu tray
- : Mute or unmute audio
5
- : Record the FM radio
- : Open the FM radio options
to pause recording.
to stop recording.
The recorded file is saved automatically.
Tap <Yes> to play the recorded file.
■
■
When you are finished playing the recorded file, the
screen returns to Recording mode.
If you want to return to Recording mode without playing
the recorded file, tap <No>.
Note
• The maximum recording time for a file is 5 hours.
• The recorded files will be saved in <File Browser> →
<Recorded Files> → <FM Radio>.
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Use additional applications > FM Radio
Save radio stations
Use the FM radio options
You can save your favourite radio stations to easily access them.
You can change options for listening to the FM radio.
Save the current radio station
In Manual mode, tap
.
Tap <Add to Preset>.
Save radio stations automatically
You can automatically search for available radio stations and
save them as your favourites. You can save up to 30 radio
stations.
In Manual mode, tap
.
From the FM radio screen, tap
Customise the following options:
Option
Description
Add to
Save the current radio station.
Preset*
Delete from
Delete a saved radio station.
Preset**
Search for and save available radio stations
Auto Preset
automatically (up to 30).
Re-tune frequencies according to your region.
See the following frequency range by region:
Worldwide
USA
Korea
Japan
Tap <Auto Preset>.
Tap <Yes> to confirm.
■
Automatic tuning begins. The radio stations located are
saved in your favourites.
.
87.50 MHz~108.00 MHz
87.5 MHz~108.0 MHz
76.0 MHz~108.0 MHz
FM Region
Note
Listen to a favourite radio station
In Manual mode, tap <Preset> at the bottom of
the FM radio screen.
• This option may not be available
depending on your region.
• If you change the region, the
previously saved stations will be
deleted.
Tap the radio station you want.
* Available only in Manual mode
** Available only in Preset mode
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Flash
Player
In the main menu, tap
Tap a file you want.
Play the file.
■
Use the flash player to view
flash files (.swf) stored in
your player. To download
files, see "Download media
files."
.
Tap
at the bottom of the screen to display the menu tray.
To
Do this
Move on the screen
Tap
Pause or resume playback
Tap
or
Note
• The flash player may not play some flash files (.swf).
• Your player may restart depending on the flash files (.swf) you play.
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Games
Play games stored in your
player.
In the main menu, tap
.
Tap a game you want.
Game
Description
Line up 3 planets of the same kind horizontally or vertically to explode them
Wise Star
and gain points.
Enter digits from 1 to 9 into the blank spaces. Every row must contain one of
Sudoku Champ
each digit.
Bubble Bang
Burst as many bubbles as possible in a set time.
Astro Ranger
Tap a visual image in time to musical and visual cues to get high scores.
Play the game.
Note
• Games provided may be changed without prior notice.
• For information about playing games, see the Help of each game.
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Bluetooth
Use the Bluetooth wireless
feature to connect
Bluetooth stereo headsets
to listen to music. You can
also connect mobile phones
or other wireless devices.
Caution
Do not use the Bluetooth
wireless features for illegal
purposes (pirated copy of
files, illegal wireless tapping
and communications, etc. for
commercial purposes). Samsung
is not responsible for any of these
illegal uses and the consequent
results.
Find and register other Bluetooth-enabled
devices
To use the Bluetooth wireless feature, you need to register your player with other devices.
Turn on the Bluetooth wireless feature of the other device you want to
connect to.
In the main menu, tap
Tap
■
■
■
.
at the center of the screen, or tap
at the bottom of the screen.
Your player starts searching for Bluetooth-enabled devices around your player.
To stop searching, tap .
If your player has not found the device you want to connect to or if you want to refresh
the list of the searched devices, tap
or .
Tap and drag a device icon onto the
Indicate the current
page number (The
number increases
as the number of
detected devices
increases)
icon.
Indicate mobile phones
Indicate Bluetooth stereo
headsets
Note
It is recommended to name mobile devices in English to ensure compatibility.
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Use additional applications > Bluetooth
Enter a Bluetooth password for the device you
connect to for the first time.
■
To set a Bluetooth password, see the user manual of
the device you connect to.
Tap <Yes> to confirm.
■
■
When you enter the correct Bluetooth password,
registering is complete. Now you can connect your
player to the other device.
For connecting Bluetooth-enabled devices, see
"Connect Bluetooth-enabled devices."
Delete registered devices
From the Bluetooth screen, tap a device you want
to delete.
Tap
Connect Bluetooth-enabled
devices
You can use the Bluetooth wireless feature to connect to other
devices
In the main menu, tap
.
Tap and drag a device icon onto the
■
To search again, tap
icon.
.
Tap a service depending on the device you
connect to.
Option
Description
File Transfer Select to transfer files to and from the device.
Use the Bluetooth-enabled device that is
connected with your player. See "Use call
functions (hands-free)."
■
at the bottom of the screen.
■
The Bluetooth icon at the top of the screen will change
according to the device type connected.
( : Mobile phones, : Bluetooth stereo headsets)
If a Bluetooth stereo headset is connected, you can
listen to music or hear a voice through the headset.
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Use additional applications > Bluetooth
Use call functions (hands-free)
When your player is connected to your mobile phone with the
hands-free service, you can make or receive calls.
Note
• If you restart your player or the other device connected,
the Bluetooth connection will be disconnected. See the
steps above to reconnect the devices.
• Some Bluetooth stereo headsets may not be compatible
with your player.
Make voice calls
Tap
.
Disconnect the Bluetooth devices
From the Bluetooth screen, tap the connected
device.
Tap
.
Tap <Yes> to confirm.
Note
When you are not using the Bluetooth features, deactivate
the Bluetooth wireless feature to save the battery. Tap and
then tap <Bluetooth : ON>.
Make a call using one of the following options:
Option
Call by
Number
Description
Enter a phone number you want
Make a call from the call log
Call History
Redial
Note
To clear the call log, tap
→
<Delete> or <Delete All> → <Yes>.
Call the last dialled number
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Use additional applications > Bluetooth
If you selected <Call by Number>, enter a phone
number on the dialler screen and then tap .
■
You can make calls with speed dial numbers. From
the dialler screen, tap and hold a speed dial number.
When a call is connected, the following screen
appears.
Tap to switch the call
to the mobile phone
Tap to end the call
Note
Your player may emit some noise when you press the buttons
of the mobile phone or make or answer a call.
Answer a call
If you receive a call from the connected mobile phone while
playing music or videos, the playback will stop and a pop-up
window will appear. Tap <Yes> to answer the call.
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Use additional applications > Bluetooth
Transfer files
When your player is connected with mobile phones or other
MP3 players with the file transfer service, you can send or
receive data, such as music files, pictures, address book entries,
etc.
Receive a file
When you receive a file, a pop-up window appears to confirm
that you are connecting. Tap <Yes> to receive the file.
Send a file
When the file browser launches, tap a file you want to send and
then tap .
Note
Note
• If you send DRM-protected files to another device, the files
will not be available on the destination device.
• For sending files to your player from the other device, see
the user manual of the other device.
• Received files will be saved in <File Browser> → <Shared
Data>.
• If there is a file with the same name in the folder, your
player will automatically add "(1)" to the name and save
the file.
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Use additional applications > Bluetooth
Use the Bluetooth options
Information for using Bluetooth
You can set options for the Bluetooth wireless feature.
• There may be some noise or malfunction due to the interference of
the radio waves from other devices or the user environment.
Tap
at the bottom of the Bluetooth main
screen.
• Make sure that Bluetooth devices you are trying to connect
Customise the following options:
Option
Bluetooth : ON
Search Option
My Device Info.
Description
Turn the Bluetooth wireless feature
on or off.
Select a type of the Bluetooth service
to search.
Check the device name and address
for Bluetooth.
•
•
•
•
•
•
to the player are nearby. As the distance between the player
and the connected device increases, the sound quality will be
downgraded.
The maximum distance for the wireless connection between
your player and another Bluetooth-enabled device is 10 meters
(30 feet). If the player and the device are more than 10 meters
apart, the connection will be terminated automatically. Even
when the devices are within the maximum distance, the quality of
communications will be downgraded if the devices are separated
by obstacles such as walls or doors.
When you are using Bluetooth stereo headsets, avoid viewing
pictures or documents as this may slow down button responses
and may decrease the quality of your Bluetooth connection.
The Bluetooth wireless feature in your player is optimised for
Samsung devices and may not be compatible with devices of
other manufacturers.
You cannot use the Bluetooth wireless feature while you are
listening to the FM radio or playing games. Your player may not
play some music or video files via a Bluetooth stereo headset.
Use only Bluetooth-certified stereo headsets. Your player does not
support mono hands-free headsets.
Some menus in your player may not be available when the
Bluetooth wireless feature is activated.
Use additional applications > Bluetooth
• Compatible Bluetooth stereo headsets
Manufacturer
SAMSUNG
Sony Ericsson
Jabra
iBluon
Plantronics
LUBIX
Model name
SBH500, SBH100
HBH-DS970
BT620S
BT-HS02-HQ
P590, VOYAGER 855
NC1
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Datacasts
When you have registered
RSS addresses of your
favourite news website,
UCC, or blogs on EmoDio,
you can view various
contents in Datacasts.
Note
For more information about
Datacasts, see the Help of
EmoDio.
What is RSS?
RSS is a standardised XML
file format used to publish
and deliver to users or
readers frequently-updated
works, such as news or blog
entries.
In the main menu, tap
.
Tap a channel folder you want.
Tap the content you want to view.
View the content.
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Voice REC
You can record voice
memos.
In the main menu, tap .
Tap
■
■
Tap
■
to start recording.
The recording starts.
Tap to pause recording.
to stop recording.
The recorded file is saved automatically.
Tap <Yes> to play the recorded file.
■
■
After the recorded file has played, the screen will return to Recording mode.
If you want to return to Recording mode without playing back the file, tap <No>.
Note
• The recording may be interrupted when you record too close or too far from the
microphone.
• When the battery is low, you cannot record voice memos.
• The maximum recording time for one file is 5 hours.
• The recorded files will be saved in <File Browser> → <Recorded Files> → <Voice>.
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Address
Book
View contact information
received via Bluetooth.
When the mobile phone is
connected to your player,
you can make a call directly
from the address book.
In the main menu, tap
.
Tap a contact's name you want.
View the contact information.
Tap to add or
change the image
Tap to make a call (The
calling feature is available
when a mobile phone is
connected to your player
via Bluetooth)
Note
• Address book entries are sorted alphabetically.
• The address book files transferred from other devices will be saved in <File Browser> →
<Shared Data>.
• The address book supports only vCard files.
Customise settings
Change your player’s settings to match your preferences.
Settings ..............................................................................70
Sound settings ................................................................................... 71
Display settings .................................................................................. 71
Language settings .............................................................................. 72
Time settings ...................................................................................... 72
System settings .................................................................................. 72
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Settings
Learn to change your
player’s settings.
In the main menu, tap
.
Tap a setting menu you want to dustomise.
Menu
Sound
Description
Set sound settings
Display
Set display settings
Language
Set language settings
Time
Set the current time
System
Set system settings
Tap an option.
Change the settings.
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Customise settings > Settings
Sound settings
Display settings
Menu
Street
Mode
Audio
Upscaler
Menu
Font
Reset My
Skin
Reset
Booting
Image
Description
Select a font type for the display text.
180º rotate
Change the orientation of the screen.
myDNSe
Beep
Sound
Wise
Volume
Description
Set to make the music sound clearer by filtering
out ambient noise.
Set to upscale low resolution audio files for
improved sound quality.
Set up your own equalizer (DNSe) to customise
sounds to your preference. Adjust frequencies for
each equalizer and tap <OK>.
Turn the beep sound on or off when you tap the
touch screen.
Set to limit the volume of the earphones to protect
your hearing.
- <Off>: You can adjust the volume as you want. If
you increase the volume over level 15 and restart
your player, the player will turn on at volume level
15 to protect your hearing.
- <On>: Your player displays a warning message
when you are exposed to a high level of volume
for a long period of time. Your player automatically
decreases the volume to a moderate level.
Optimise the sound settings for your earphones.
Master EQ Adjust frequencies for the equaliser and tap
<OK>.
Restore the wallpaper image.
Restore the image displayed when your player is
turned on.
Display Off & Set how long the screen stays on when not in use.
Hold
When the screen turns off, it is automatically locked.
Brightness
Adjust the brightness of the screen.
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Customise settings > Settings
Language settings
System settings
Menu
Menu
Menu
Contents
Description
Select a language for the display text.
Select a language to display the contents stored in
your player.
Description
Enter user information, such as name and birthday.
Note
My Info
User name you enter will display on the
screen when your player is turned on. On
your birthday, the message "Happy birthday"
will display.
Time settings
Menu
Date Type
Description
Set the current time and date. See "Analogue clock/
Digital clock" on page 19.
Set the time format.
Time Zone
Select your time zone to view the current time.
Date&Time
Set to automatically turn off your player after a
specified period of time.
Select a video encoding system for connecting to
a TV. If you are not sure which to select, check the
documentation that came with your TV.
- <NTSC>: USA, Canada, Japan, Korea, Taiwan,
TV out Type
Mexico, etc.
- <PAL> (Supports the BDGHI type only): China,
Denmark, Finland, Germany, United Kingdom,
Netherlands, Italy, Malaysia, Singapore, Spain,
Sweden, Thailand, Norway, etc.
.
Set how your player works when you press
Hold Option - <All>: Lock the touch screen and the buttons.
- <Touch Screen Only>: Lock the touch screen only.
Sleep
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Customise settings > Settings
Menu
Library
Update
Default Set
Description
Update the file library. Use this option after changing
the language to display the contents (select
<Settings> → <Language> → <Contents>) when file
names do not display correctly in your player.
Restore all settings to the factory settings.
Delete all data and files stored in your player.
Menu
Note
ABOUT DIVX VIDEO: DivX® is a digital video
format created by DivX, Inc. This is an official
DivX Certified device that plays DivX video.
Visit www.divx.com for more information and
software tools to convert your files into DivX
video.
Note
Format
Remember to make backup copies of all
important data stored in your player. The
manufacturer’s warranty does not cover loss
of data that results from user actions.
Description
Check the DivX registration code for your player.
DivX
Registration
code
ABOUT DIVX VIDEO-ON-DEMAND: This
DivX Certified® device must be registered in
order to play DivX Video-on-Demand (VOD)
content. To generate the registration code,
locate the DivX VOD section in the device
setup menu. Go to vod.divx.com with this
code to complete the registration process
and learn more about DivX VOD.
Devices certified to play DivX video at the
Mobile profile:
“DivX Certified to play DivX® video up to
320x240”
Customise settings > Settings
Menu
About
Description
Check the system information of your player.
- <Firmware>: View the version of the firmware
installed in your player.
- <Memory>: View the total amount of memory,
and the amount of memory being used and
remaining.
Note
• Regarding the Built-In Memory
1GB=1,000,000,000 bytes : actual
formatted capacity may be less as the
internal firmware uses a portion of the
memory.
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Appendix
View the maintenance, specifications, and troubleshooting for your
player.
Maintenance of your player ................................................76
Troubleshooting ..................................................................77
Specifications .....................................................................79
License ...............................................................................81
Contact Samsung World Wide .........................................82
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Maintenance of your player
Carefully read the following to properly clean, store, or dispose of your player.
Cleaning
• When your player is dirty, wipe your player with a soft, clean and dry cloth.
• Do not apply cleaners to your player's surface. This may cause damage or
affect the performance of the player.
• Do not clean your player with gasoline, benzene, thinner, WD-40, or other
chemicals. This may cause damage to your player’s surface.
Storing
Store your player in a well-ventilated area.
Disposing
• Dispose of wrapping materials, batteries, and electronic devices separately.
• The wrapping materials include paper and two kinds of plastics (PC, PE).
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Troubleshooting
When you have a trouble using the player, try the following before contacting a service center.
Problem
Solution
• Your player will not turn on if the battery is
completely drained. Recharge the battery
My player will not
turn on.
and turn the player on again.
• Press the reset button to reset your player.
• Check if the touch screen and buttons are
locked.
The touch screen
and buttons do
• Check if the buttons or icons correspond to
not work.
the functions you want to activate.
• Press the reset button to reset your player.
• Your player turns off when you do not use it
for a specific period of time. Turn your player
on and try again.
• The screen may not be visible under the
The screen
does not display
direct rays of the sun.
anything.
• The screen turns off automatically after the
period of time you set in <Display Off &
Hold> has elapsed. Press any key or tap the
screen to turn on the screen.
If you do not use your player for 5 minutes after
My player turns
you pause the playback, it will automatically
off automatically.
turn off.
Problem
Solution
• The battery running time may differ
The battery
depending on the current sound mode or
running time is
display settings.
different from
• The battery running time may shorten
what is written in
when your player was left in a high or low
the user manual.
temperature.
Check if your PC meets PC requirements.
EmoDio will not
work on a PC.
See "Recommended PC requirements."
Run Windows Update on the PC. Select key
My player will not updates and service packs and update all.
connect to a PC. When the update is completed, reboot the PC
and reconnect.
The file transfer rate may slow down if you
formatted your player on Windows 2000.
Reformat your player on Windows XP or Vista
The file transfer is
and try again.
too slow.
End all programs you are not using. Running
multiple programs simultaneously can slow
down the file transfer rate.
Appendix > Troubleshooting
Problem
Solution
• Check if any playable files are stored in your
player.
My player will not • Check the size of the files to play.
play any files.
Your player will not play more than 2GB files
• Check if the files are damaged.
• Check the battery remaining.
• Check if the USB cable is correctly
I cannot
connected. Reconnect it.
download files to
• Check if the memory is full.
my player.
• Press the reset button to reset your player.
Check if you disconnected the USB cable while
transferring files or data. This can cause data
Files or data are
loss or fatal errors in your player. Samsung is
missing.
not responsible for any damages resulting from
data loss.
The playing time
does not display This is normal if the currently playing file is of the
correctly during
VBR (Variable Bit Rate format).
playback.
Change the language setting in <Settings> →
The file name
does not display <Language> → <Contents> and then update
correctly.
the file library.
My player is
Charging the battery can heat up your player. It
getting hot to the
does not affect the player's life or capabilities.
touch.
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Problem
Solution
My player does
not play a video
Retransfer the video file with EmoDio.
file but display an
error message.
• Check if you are connecting to Bluetoothcertified stereo headsets. Your player does
not support mono hands-free headsets.
• If you restart your player, stereo headset, or
The Bluetooth
mobile phone, the Bluetooth connection may
wireless
connection is not
be ended. Reconnect again.
established.
• If you are connecting to a mobile phone, the
connection with a Bluetooth stereo headset
must be ended. Check if a stereo headset is
connected with your player.
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Specifications
Model Name
YP-R1
Rating
DC 5.0V / 1A
• MPEG1/2/2.5 Layer 3 (8 kbps ~ 320 kbps, 8 kHz ~ 48 kHz)
• WMA (12 kbps ~ 320 kbps, 16 kHz ~ 48 kHz)
• Ogg (32 kbps ~ 400 kbps, Q0 ~ Q10, 8 kHz ~ 48 kHz)
• AAC-LC (8 kbps ~ 320 kbps, 8 kHz ~ 48 kHz)
• AAC+ (8 kbps ~ 320 kbps, 8 kHz ~ 48 kHz)
• Enhanced-AAC-Plus (8 kbps ~ 320 kbps, 8 kHz ~ 48 kHz)
• FLAC (level 0 ~ 8, 16 kHz ~ 48 kHz)
• RA (20 kbps ~ 96 kbps, 8 kHz, 11.025 kHz, 44.1 kHz)
• WAV (wav standard, 8 kHz ~ 48 kHz)
Audio
File
Video
Video
• MPEG4 (Max.720 X 480) Advanced Simple Profile@Level 5
• Divx3/4/5/(Max. 720 X 480)
AVI/SVI
• Xvid (Max. 720 X 480)
• H.264/AVC (Max. 720 X 480) High Profile@Level3.0
WMV9 (MAX 720 X 480) Advanced Profile@level1
• MPEG4 (Max.720 X 480) Advanced Simple Profile@Level 5
MP4
• H.264/AVC (Max. 720 X 480) High Profile@Level 3.0
WMV/ASF WMV9 (MAX 720 X 480) Advanced Profile@level1(vc1)
• MPEG4 (Max.720 X 480) Advanced Simple Profile@Level 5
MOV
• H.264/AVC (Max. 720 X 480) High Profile@Level 3.0
Image
JPEG (Baseline, Progressive), BMP (MAX32Bit), PNG, Gif (89a/87a)
Flash
SWF (Flash Player 8.0 or lower, ActionScript2.0 or lower)
Audio
MP3/AAC/AAC+
WMA
MP3/AAC/AAC+
WMA
AAC/AAC+
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Appendix > Specifications
Earphones Output
20 mW/Ch.
(based on16 Ω)
Output Frequency
Range
20 Hz~20 kHz
Signal to Noise Ratio
Supported Number of
Files/Folders
Playing Time
Temperature Range for
Operation
Case
Weight
90 dB with 20 kHz LPF
(based on 1 kHz, 0 dB)
File: Max. 5000
Folder: Max. 5000 (including File)
Music: 25 hours (MP3 128 kbps, Volume
level 15, Normal sound mode, LCD off)
Video: 5 hours ((Brightness 3, Volume
level 15, Normal sound mode, SVI)
-5˚ C ~ 35˚ C (23˚ F ~ 95˚ F)
Tempered glass, Plastic, Aluminum
50 g
Dimensions (WxHxD)
45.5 X 85.2 X 8.9 mm
FM T.H.D
FM Signal to
FM Radio Noise Ratio
FM Useable
Sensitivity
1%
55 dB
30 dBμ
Wireless System
Bluetooth QD ID
B015440
Emission Type
F1D
RF power
CLASS I
Transmit Frequency
2402 MHz ~ 2480 MHz
Receive Frequency
2402 MHz ~ 2480 MHz
Number of channels
79 channels
Modulation System
GFSK
Communication Mode
Semi-duplex Operation
Humidity
Specifications Version
Supported
Module
0 ~ 95 %
2.0 + EDR
BCM2070
* Some of the contents in this manual are subject to change without prior
notice for further improvement.
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License
The product player accompanying this user manual is licensed under certain intellectual property rights of certain third
parties. This license is limited to private non-commercial use by end-user consumers for licensed contents.
No rights are granted for commercial use.
The license does not cover any product player other than this product player and the license does not extend to
any unlicensed product player or process conforming to ISO/IEC 11172-3 or ISO/IEC 13818-3 used or sold in
combination with this product player. The license only covers the use of this product player to encode and/or decode
audio files conforming to the ISO/IEC 11172-3 or ISO/IEC 13818-3. No rights are granted under this license for
product features or functions that do not conform to the ISO/IEC 11172-3 or ISO/IEC 13818-3.
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Contact Samsung World Wide
If you have any questions or comments relating to Samsung products, please contact the SAMSUNG Customer Care
Centre.
Country
Customer Care Centre ☎ Web Site
Country
Customer Care Centre ☎ Web Site
CANADA
1-800-SAMSUNG (726-7864)
www.samsung.com/ca
VENEZUELA
0-800-100-5303
www.samsung.com/latin
MEXICO
01-800-SAMSUNG (726-7864)
www.samsung.com/mx
COLOMBIA
01-8000112112
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U.S.A
1-800-SAMSUNG (726-7864)
www.samsung.com/us
02 201 2418
ARGENTINE
0800-333-3733
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BRAZIL
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www.samsung.com/be
(Dutch)
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(French)
CHILE
800-SAMSUNG (726-7864)
www.samsung.com/cl
NICARAGUA
00-1800-5077267
www.samsung.com/latin
HONDURAS
800-7919267
www.samsung.com/latin
COSTA RICA
0-800-507-7267
ECUADOR
1-800-10-7267
www.samsung.com/latin
EL SALVADOR
800-6225
www.samsung.com/latin
GUATEMALA
1-800-299-0013
JAMAICA
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PANAMA
BELGIUM
CZECH
REPUBLIC
800-SAMSUNG (800-726786)
DENMARK
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FINLAND
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FRANCE
01 4863 0000
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GERMANY
www.samsung.de
www.samsung.com/latin
HUNGARY
01805 - SAMSUNG
(726-7864 € 0,14/Min)
06-80-SAMSUNG (726-7864)
www.samsung.com/latin
ITALIA
800-SAMSUNG (726-7864)
www.samsung.com/it
800-7267
www.samsung.com/latin
LUXEMBURG
02 261 03 710
www.samsung.com/lu
PUERTO RICO
1-800-682-3180
www.samsung.com/latin
NETHERLANDS
www.samsung.com/nl
REP. DOMINICA
1-800-751-2676
www.samsung.com/latin
0900-SAMSUNG
(0900-7267864) (€ 0,10/Min)
3-SAMSUNG (7267864)
TRINIDAD &
TOBAGO
1-800-SAMSUNG (726-7864)
0 801 1SAMSUNG
(172678), 022-607-93-33
www.samsung.com/pl
www.samsung.com/latin
www.samsung.com/latin
NORWAY
POLAND
www.samsung.com/cz
www.samsung.com/hu
www.samsung.com/no
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Appendix > Contact Samsung World Wide
Country
Customer Care Centre
Web Site
Country
Customer Care Centre
Web Site
PORTUGAL
80820-SAMSUNG (726-7864)
www.samsung.com/pt
AUSTRALIA
1300 362 603
www.samsung.com/au
SLOVAKIA
0800-SAMSUNG (726-7864)
www.samsung.com/sk
NEW ZEALAND
www.samsung.com/es
SWEDEN
0800 SAMSUNG
(0800 726 786)
800-810-5858, 400-810-5858,
010-6475 1880
3698-4698
www.samsung.com/nz
SPAIN
902-1-SAMSUNG
(902 172 678)
075-SAMSUNG (726 78 64)
U.K
0845 SAMSUNG (7267864)
www.samsung.com/uk
EIRE
0818 717 100
www.samsung.com/ie
www.samsung.com/in
AUSTRIA
www.samsung.com/at
INDONESIA
MALAYSIA
1800-88-9999
www.samsung.com/my
RUSSIA
0810-SAMSUNG
(7267864, € 0.07/min)
0848-SAMSUNG
(7267864, CHF 0.08/min)
8-800-555-55-55
3030 8282, 1800 110011,
1-800-3000-8282
0800-112-8888
PHILIPPINES
1-800-10-SAMSUNG (726-7864)
1-800-3-SAMSUNG (726-7864), www.samsung.com/ph
02-5805777
KAZAKHSTAN
8-10-800-500-55-500
www.samsung.com/kz_ru
SINGAPORE
1800-SAMSUNG (726-7864)
www.samsung.com/sg
UZBEKISTAN
8-10-800-500-55-500
www.samsung.com/kz_ru
THAILAND
1800-29-3232, 02-689-3232
www.samsung.com/th
KYRGYZSTAN
00-800-500-55-500
TAIWAN
0800-329-999
www.samsung.com/tw
TADJIKISTAN
8-10-800-500-55-500
VIETNAM
1 800 588 889
www.samsung.com/vn
UKRAINE
8-800-502-0000
www.samsung.ua
TURKEY
444 77 11
www.samsung.com/tr
LITHUANIA
8-800-77777
www.samsung.com/lt
SOUTH AFRICA
0860-SAMSUNG (726-7864 )
www.samsung.com/za
LATVIA
8000-7267
www.samsung.com/lv
800-7267
U.A.E
www.samsung.com/ae
ESTONIA
www.samsung.com/ee
800-SAMSUNG (726-7864),
8000-4726
SWITZERLAND
www.samsung.com/se
CHINA
HONG KONG
INDIA
www.samsung.com/ch
www.samsung.ru
www.samsung.com/cn
www.samsung.com/hk
www.samsung.com/id
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Open Source Announcement
Some software components of this product incorporate source code covered
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To obtain the source code covered under above licenses, please visit
http://opensource.samsungmobile.com/.
Component
License
Linux Kernel 2.6.24
GPL 2.0
MSC application
GPL 2.0
Video for Linux Two header file
BSD 2.0
Below is the original English text of the GNU GPL and BSD.
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How to Apply These Terms to Your New Programs
If you develop a new program, and you want it to be of the greatest possible
use to the public, the best way to achieve this is to make it free software which
everyone can redistribute and change under these terms.
If the program is interactive, make it output a short notice like this when it starts
in an interactive mode:
To do so, attach the following notices to the program. It is safest to attach
them to the start of each source file to most effectively convey the exclusion of
warranty; and each file should have at least the “copyright” line and a pointer to
where the full notice is found.
<one line to give the program's name and a brief idea of what it does.>
Copyright (C) <year> <name of author>
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under
the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free
Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or(at your option) any
later version.
This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT
ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY
or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
See the GNU General Public License for more details.
You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along
with this program; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc., 51
Franklin St, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA.
Gnomovision version 69, Copyright (C) year name of author Gnomovision
comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY; for details type ‘show w’.
This is free software, and you are welcome to redistribute it under certain
conditions; type ‘show c’ for details.
The hypothetical commands ‘show w’ and ‘show c’ should show the
appropriate parts of the General Public License. Of course, the commands you
use may be called something other than ‘show w’ and ‘show c’; they could
even be mouse-clicks or menu items--whatever suits your program.
You should also get your employer (if you work as a programmer) or your
school, if any, to sign a “copyright disclaimer” for the program, if necessary.
Here is a sample; alter the names:
Yoyodyne, Inc., hereby disclaims all copyright interest in the program
‘Gnomovision’ (which makes passes at compilers) written by James Hacker.
<signature of Ty Coon>, 1 April 1989
Ty Coon, President of Vice
This General Public License does not permit incorporating your program into
proprietary programs. If your program is a subroutine library, you may consider
it more useful to permit linking proprietary applications with the library. If this is
what you want to do, use the GNU Lesser General Public License instead of
this License.
Appendix > Open Source Announcement
Video for Linux Two header file
Copyright (C) 1999-2007 the contributors
Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification,
are permitted provided that the following conditions are met:
1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice, this
list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright notice,
this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the documentation and/
or other materials provided with the distribution.
3. The names of its contributors may not be used to endorse or promote
products derived from this software without specific prior written permission.
THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE NETBSD FOUNDATION, INC. AND
CONTRIBUTORS "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES,
INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE
DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE FOUNDATION OR CONTRIBUTORS
BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL,
EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT
LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES;
LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION)
HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN
CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR
OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE,
EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
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Halogen Free Product
Samsung's Halogen Free Product means that an environmental friendly product does not
contain Chlorine, Bromine Flame Retardants and PVC (poly vinyl chloride) material based
on the IEC 61249-2-21 standard. This product also complies with EU RoHS Directive,
which restricts the use of certain Hazardous Substances - Cadmium (Cd), Lead (Pb),
Mercury (Hg), Hexavalent Chromium (Cr+6) as well.
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